• Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 15 July 1889

      McCallum, Lachlan (1889-07-15)
      A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 12th inst. at hand. Contents noted. Meekly would say that the charges made by me against Messes. Ellis & Demare are the truth and are proven by their (own) letters in the correspondence with the departments of Railways and canals at least...part of them.
    • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 16 February 1891

      McCallum, Lachlan (1891-02-16)
      A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 12th inst. is at hand and I am very much pleased to hear from you and note particularly what you say. In reply would say that I have no wish to...the question now before the country as you say with canal management by Mr. Ellis & Co. that is done by your government and all that I can do cannot prevent it while your government keeps him Ellis on the canal.
    • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 24 July 1889

      McCallum, Lachlan (1889-07-24)
      A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 19th inst. is at hand. Contents noted. In reply would say that I admit that I have written (strongly) to you on the question of the investigation that is to take place on the Welland Canal and I probably should not question your opinion on the spirit of British Justice or the mode of conducting the Investigation as you are responsible and not your (humble servant).
    • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 6 February 1891

      McCallum, Lachlan (1891-02-06)
      A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 3rd inst. at hand. Contents noted. In reply would say that it is not necessary to entreat me to support you in the Election after the many kindnesses received at your hands and I will do so with pleasure as far as I can and be (consistent).
    • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 8 July 1889

      McCallum, Lachlan (1889-07-08)
      A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 4th inst. is at hand and contents noted. In reply would say Mr. Wood no doubt will perform the duties of commissioner if your government have given him the power to make the searching investigation promised. That is to say power to subpoena witnesses and evidence under oath question and answer by short hand reporter nothing less will be satisfactory to the public.