NIXON, James (2)

National Archives, Kew CO48/44, 867

32 Castle Street

Holborn

August 24th 1819

Sir,

I received your favor yesterday but understanding there are some additional particulars to which I must revert previous to making up the party to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope I should wish to be notified of them. I should wish also to understand whether the party must consist of married people only. I am Sir with many thanks for your polite attention to my last

Your most obliged & obedient serv't

Jas. NIXON

 

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National Archives, Kew CO48/44, 879

32 Castle Street

Holborn

31st August 1819

Sir,

Being possessed of a little property and desirous of going to the Cape of Good Hope I am anxious to be supplied with particulars relative to the emigration. On making application at the Colonial Office I was directed to apply to you (by letter) for any information I might wish to obtain on this subject. I have accordingly taken the liberty of troubling you & shall be obliged by your favoring me with a statement of the conditions on making a settlement in the colony.

I am Sir your most obed't humble serv't

Jas. NIXON

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