National Archives, Kew CO48/44, 230
18th November 1819
In taking the liberty of presenting you with the accompanying work upon emigration I consider it unnecessary to disclaim any idea of its increasing your knowledge upon the subject. The few suggestions I have presumed to make have, perhaps, already met your attention, but should it prove otherwise and that they are at all likely to ameliorate the emigrants condition, I am well aware they need only be observed by you to be adopted.
I have the honour to be Sir
Your most obedient very humble servant
Will'm KINGDOM Jun.
[Note from GOULBURN: Thank him for his work]