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DESPATCHES FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

The Right Honourable H. LABOUCHERE, M.P.; The Right Honourable Lord STANLEY, X. P.; and

The Right Honourable Sir E. B. Lytton, Bart., M.P.

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ST. LUCI A.

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No. 1. ORDINANCE, No. 2 of 1857. To amend the Ordinance, No. 3 of the 22 April 1854, providing for the

Immigration of Coolies into this Colony
No. 2. ORDINANCE, No. 13 of 1857. To make provision for the general revenue of the Colony, for the

deficiency arising in the “Education Fund," in consequence of the repeal of certain clauses of the
Ordinance, No. 7 of the 13th day of February, 1851, intitled “An Ordinance to raise Funds for pro-
moting the Education of the Inbabitants of this Island, and for facilitating their means of intercourse,

by the construction and maintenance of Roads and Bridges” No. 3. ORDINANCE, No. 5 of 1858. To amend the Ordinance, No. 9 of the 2d day of May 1850, intitled

“An Ordinance for promoting African Immigration into the Colony of St. Lucia, and the industry of the Immigrants”

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GRENADA.

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No. 4. ACT, No. 560 of 1853. To promote the Immigration of free Labourers froin Africa
No. 5. ACT, No.561 of 1858. To impose certain Duties upon the exportation from this Government of certain

goods grown, produced, or manufactured in Grenada or its dependencies, to be applied for the pur

poses of Immigration, and for no other purpose No. 6. ACT, No, 564 of 1858. To improve the Laws regulating Immigration to Grenada, and to increase the

salary of the Immigration Agent

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No. 7. ACT, No, 481 of 1837. To remove doubts as to the rights of the Liberated Africans in Tobago

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No. 8. ACT, No. 702 of 1857. To alter the Law of Contracts with regard to Immigrants, and for the encourage

ment of Immigration, and for the general regulation of Immigrants No. 9. ACT, No. 703 of 1857. For laying an additional Tax on Produce to provide a fund for Immigration

purposes No. 10. ACT, No. 704 of 1857. To appropriate a portion of the general Revenue for Immigration purposes No. 11. ACT, No. 705 of 1857. To authorise the raising of Loans of Money for Immigration purposes, and to

secure the repayment of such Loans No. 12. ACT, No. 718 of 1858. To repeal certain clauses of an Act intituled “ An Act to alter the Law of

Contracts with regard to Immigrants, and for the encouragement of Immigration, and to make other provision in lieu thereof, and further to amend the said Act

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ST. KITTS.

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No. 13. ACT, No. 442 (737) of 1857. To remove doubts as to the rights of Liberated Africans in the islands of

Saint Christopher and Anguilla, and to amend the Laws relating to Aliens
No. 14. ACT, No. 442 (739) of 1857. To alter and amend an Act intituled “An Act to provide Medical

Attendance for the Infant Children of the Labouring Population”
No. 15. ACT, No. 543 (137) of 1858. To authorise the Governor in Council from time to time to declare by

Proclamation the ports or places from whence Immigrants may be obtained under the laws now in
force in this Colony

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MAURITIUS.

Page. No. 16. ORDINANCE, No. 3 of 1857. To amend the Laws concerning Quarantine

327 No. 17. ORDINANCE, No. 21 of 1857. For rendering compulsory the Education of Children in the Colony 333 No. 18. ORDINANCE, No. 22 of 1857. To amend the law relative to the engaging of newly arrived Immigrants

335 No. 19. ORDINANCE, No. 23 of 1857. To amend the law as to the introduction and engagement of Immi. grants from territories not under the Government of the East India Company

336 No. 20. ORDINANCE, No. 26 of 1857. For preventing the illegal introduction of Indian Immigrants

340 No.21. ORDINANCE, No. 27 of 1857. For more effectually securing the observance of the law concerning Quarantine

340 No. 22. ORDINANCE, No. 28 of 1857. To repeal Ordinance No. 10 of 1856, and to apply certain sums out of

the surplus revenue to the construction of Public Works, and to the service of Indian Immigration 342 No. 23. ORDINANCE, No. 30 of 1857. To vest the Special Committee of Council appointed to inquire into

and report upon a letter from Mr. Advocate Savy to the Governor General in India in Council, repre-
senting that impartial justice is not administered to Indian Immigrants in this Colony, with the power
to compel witnesses to give evidence on their oath or affirmation

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No. 24. ORDINANCE, No. 7 of 1858. To modify Ordinance No. 5 of 1849, as to the tax payable on engage-
ment of new Immigrants -

344 No. 25. ORDINANCE, No. 30 of 1858. To legalise Contracts of Service made in India, and authorise Governinent to allot newly-arrived Immigrants

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