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Langgässer liest Flandr. Herbst, Seite B: AWR 28.11.90

Radio documentaries on Elisabeth Langg?sser and Alfred Döblin. Side One: SWF 2, 2.12.90, 19.15-20.00 Uhr = "Literatur regional": ?ber A. Döblins "Schicksalsreise; haptsächlich Vortrag Anthony W. Rileys in Darmstadt am 28.11.90. Side Two: "Flandrischer Herbst. Ein Totentanzspiel im Lande Brueghels, Tyll Ulenspiegels und Timmermanns." Wiederholt im SWF2, 23.11.1986, 19.15-20.00 Uhr.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

A Mr. Godon wishes to make inquiries of Ryland, who is in London, on the subject of the Executive Council of Lower Canada, if Ryland will call on Amyot.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

Amyot announces the temporary appointment of Ryland's son to the "Deputation" in the event of Taylor's death, to be permanent if Amyot's brother does not wish the post. The terms: "Payment to me of the emoluments of the office exceeding the salary of �360 currency, per annum for himself and assistants." He mentions a visit from a young Captain, requesting an appointment in Ryland's name. Amyot suspects that Ryland did not recommend him, and asks for verification. The Duke of Richmond is about to sail for Canada.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

The Prince Regent that morning had personally dissolved Parliament, and Amyot tells Ryland that His Royal Highness was well received in the Park and streets. No fewer than four M.P.'s had begun to advocate Annual Parliaments and Universal Suffrage. Amyot is concerned to have particulars about an attack which took place in a Quebec newspaper on him and other absentee officials.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

Amyot has been active in the elections, and finds it impossible to comply with Ryland's request that he come to Canada. Amyot has decided to write to the Duke of Richmond explaining why he considers himself entitled to the emoluments of his office while having the duties performed by a deputy. He describes the election fight in Westminster.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

Amyot has decided that, if his office is commuted for a pension, he will not refuse it as it will free him from the responsibilities of the duties of the post, and the battles which his absenteeism has involved him in. He promises to help Ryland all he can in "saying his say" in London.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

Amyot is still uncertain of the firmness of his situation. He is surprised at his deputies' attitudes to his absentee position as reported by Ryland. Only if he continues to hold the job can they participate in its profits, he exclaims. He is pleased that Ryland and the Duke of RIchmond are on good terms, and states that he has news of the signing of the Council of Aix-la-Chappelle for the withdrawal of British troops from France.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

Amyot protests his ignorance, as well as his innocence, of a transaction which has resulted in a charge of extortion against his deputy, Taylor.

Letter from Amyot to Ryland

Amyot has learned nothing of the colonial legislature's proceeding against himself. He tells that Bishop Mountain is preparing to return to the colony, after suffering a fall at his home.

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