Item Description: "Laid upon the Council table, by the Colonial Secretary, by command of His Excellency, the Lieutenant Governor, and ordered by the Council to be printed, 13th November, 1851"
Contents: Earl Grey's Letter of 3rd July 1851 to Lt. Governor La Trobe transmitting a copy of a 12th June 1851 letter to Herman Merivale &c. from the Land and Emigration Commissioners (Thomas Murdoch and Frederick Rogers [i.e. Baron Blachford]) [relative to the mode of keeping the accounts of New South Wales and Victoria Land Funds and suggesting that accounts for the two Colonies hitherto considered one undivided Fund should henceforth be kept separate] -- Earl Grey's Letter of 19th June 1851 to Lt. Governor La Trobe enclosing copy of a report from the Emigration Commissioners (T. W. C. Murdoch and Frederic Rogers) to Herman Merivale suggesting that in conformity with the wish, expressed in La Trobe's 28th August 1849 letter to the Govt. at Sydney, a ship should be sent direct to Portland in the course of the next month -- Lt. James S. Lean's 12th May 1851 letter from the Govt. Emigration Office London to S[tephen] Walcott [respecting anchorage in Portland Bay and insurance requirements for ships proceeding there] -- Earl Grey's letter of 18th March 1851 to Lt. Governor La Trobe transmitting 2 enclosed letters from the Emigration Commissioners (T. W. C. Murdoch and Frederic Rogers) to Herman Merivale and a 3rd enclosed 18th March 1851 letter from Earl Grey to N.S.W. Governor Sir Charles Fitzroy
Physical Description: 8p ; 34cm.