Appointments, June 22, 1868
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June 22, 1868
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|Canada Gazette, Volume I, Number 53Published in the|
Ottawa, 22nd June, 1868.
His Excellency the Governor General has been pleased to make the following appointments, viz:
Etienne Parent, Esquire, William Henry Griffin, Esquire, Robert Shore Milnes Bouchette, Esquire, John Langton, Esquire, and William Smith, Esquire, Deputy Heads of Departments, and Thomas Reynolds, Esquire, of Montreal, and Charles S. Ross, Esquire, of Kingston, to be a Commission to enquire into the present state and the probable requirements of the Civil Service.
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