To Secy- Acksgs. the forgings- the govt. agrees with the Lt. Governor that Mr. Sammull satisfactorily shows that his aninadversiary on the proceeding of Mr. Taylor were not ground less, and are fully borne not by the reports of the case refer to. This Govt. his however of opinion that it would be more satisfactory to Mr. Taylor that the papers of these trials including Mr. Taylor`s and Mr. Sammull`s remarksupon then should be reported upon by Jadge of the Sudder Court report this Govt. decides finally upon the course of action to be now taken in regard to Mr. Taylor. But Mr. Taylor has been since placed out of employment in grounds unconnected with the charges refer to in the papers and has more over officially intimated his intension shortly to submit his resignation of the service there fore Mr. Taylor neither et present whole any Judl. office nor is likely again to obtain one, this Govt. no longer requirs the opinion of the Judges of the Sudder Court as to his just characte

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