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" I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. McGrigor conducted the department under his directions, and I consider him one of the most able, industrious, and successful public servants I have ever met with. "
Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of ... - Page 537
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1863
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 9

United States. Congress. House - United States
...attempting to do so, was taken and secured by Colonel Sanchez, between Fort Peyton and their encampment I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which my orders on this occasion were executed by Major Ashby, and the officers and men under his command....
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The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K.G.: France and the ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington, John Gurwood (omp.) - Great Britain - 1838
...Commander in Chief, with my request that the claims of that officer may be favorably considered. ' I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. M'Grigor conducted the department under his directions ; and I consider him one of the most industrious,...
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The dispatches of ... the duke of Wellington, compiled by lieut. colonel ...

Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.) - 1838
...Commander in Chief, with my request that the claims of that officer may be favorably considered. ' I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. M'Grigor conducted the department under his directions ; and I consider him one of the most industrious,...
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Medical Portrait Gallery: Biographical Memoirs of the Most ..., Volumes 3-4

Thomas Joseph Pettigrew - Medicine - 1839
...that which is to be found in the Dispatches of the " great captain of the age," where it is said, " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Dr. McGrigor conducted the department under his directions ; and I consider him one of the most industrious,...
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Report on the state of police in the Lower Provinces [afterw.] Report on ...

Bengal - 1842
...Soonamookey, Potena Ousgaon, Senpaharree, — Moulavee Gholam Ushruff, Deputy Magistrate at Bood Bond. I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which the above Officers performed the duties entrusted to them. 359th. Mr. S. Bowring was Assistant, with...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 20

Great Britain - 1846
...attended with any inefficiency in keeping up a strict adherence to the separate system of confinement, and I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which the various officers have performed their duties. IX. Expenditure of the Prison: — • During the...
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General Report on Public Instruction in the Bengal Presidency

Education
...Nuddea, and Jessore. His salary is Rupees 400 a month. The Inspector is an able and energetic officer, and I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which he haa organized and carried on the new scheme with which he has been entrusted, and which promises in...
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Selections From the Records of the Bengal Government

f. carbery - 1853
...was in charge of the Sudder Station during the time Captain Vetch was absent on a tour of inspection. I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which both these Officers have conducted their duties. 1 1th. I have only to beg the Board's excuse for any...
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Report. 3rd-30th

Science and art department - 1856
...to the more ready and mechanical methods used for short trips between one known point and another. I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which the masters of the school continue to discharge their duties. Mr. Bolt and Mr. Newton, trained in the...
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Annual Register, Volume 100

Edmund Burke - History - 1859
...the end of the Peninsular war, dated 26th July, 1814, in which the Duke of Wellington states : — " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. McGrigor conducted the department under his directions, and I consider him one of the most able,...
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