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Array REPORT
OF  THE
L^
WORK OF THE ARCHIVES BRANCH      I
FOR THE  YEAH
1909
ARTHUR  Gt. DOUGHTY
Dominion Abohivist.
(Being an Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Agriculture.)
HR
FC 152
03
1909
OTTAWA
GOVERNMENT   PRINTING   BUREAU
1910  REPORT
OP  THE
WORK OF THE ARCHIVES BRANCH
FOR THE YEAE
1909
ARTHUR  G. DOUGHTY
Dominion Akohivist.
(Being an Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Agriculture.)
OTTAWA
• GOVERNMENT    PRINTING   BUREAU
1910
5394—9  APPENDIX No. 22.
CANADIAN ARCHIVES—REPORT OF THE WORK OF THE BRANCH
FOR THE YEAR 1909.
(Extract from the Report of the Minister of Agriculture.)
To the Hon. S. A. Fisher,
Minister of Agriculture,
Ottawa.
Sm,—I beg to submit to you a report of the work of the Archives Branch for the
year 1909.
In the month of September the Archives Branch received from the Colonial
Office as a gift the following original Despatches relating to Lower and Upper Canada,
from 1771 to 1840:—
ENGLAND.
Canada Duplicates.
despatches.
Volumes No. 1 to 31 have been calendared in the Reports of the Canadian Archives.
Vol.
1. 1771-1782, Quebec, unbound.
2. 1783-1785, Quebec, unbound.'
3. 1785-1786, Quebec, unbound.
4. 1786-1787, Quebec, unbound.
5. 1788-1789, Quebec, unbound.
6. 1790, February-July, Quebec, unbound.
7. 1790, September-November, Quebec, unbound.
8. 1791, January-August, Quebec, unbound.
9. 1791-1792, Lower Canada, unbound.
10. 1793-1800, Lower Canada, unbound.
11. 1813, Lower Canada, bound  1
12. 1814, Lower Canada, bound.'  2
13. 1815-1816, Lower Canada, bound  3
14. 1817, Lower Canada, bound  4
15. 1818-1825, Lower Canada, bound  5
16. 1826-1830, Lower Canada, bound :. 6
17. 1831, Lower Canada, bound  7
18. 1831-1833, Lower Canada (Mr. Stuart's Case), bound  8
19. 1832, January-May, Lower Canada, bound  9
20. 1832, June-December, Lower Canada, bound  10
21. 1833, January-April, Lower Canada, bound  11
22. 1833, May-December, Lower Canada, bound  12
23. 1834, Lower Canada, bound  13
24. 1835, January-April, Lower Canada, bound  14
25. 1835, May-December, Lower Canada, bound  15 Vol.
26. 1836,
27. 1836,
28. 1836,
29. 1837,
30. 1837,
31. 1838,
32. 1838,
33. 1839,
34. 1840,
35. 1840,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
1 ft
January-June, Lower Canada, bound •  *°
July-December, Lower Canada, bound.  j-"
Lower Canada (Evidence), bound  *°
January-July, Lower Canada, bound  ||
August-December, Lower Canada, bound  20
January-June, Lower Canada, bound  *1
July-December, Lower Canada, not calendared, bound  22
Lower Canada, not calendared, bound  "3
January-April, Lower Canada, not calendared, bound  24
May-December, Lower Canada, not calendared, bound  25
3Hi
2 July,   1838.-
4 July,   1838.-
6 July,   1838.-
Lower Canada Duplicate Despatches.
No. 32 (Vol. 22).
CO. 42.
Vol.      Pages.
Durham to Glenelg, No. 20     282   435-438
Inclosing—
Memorial from Ministers, &c, of Quebec  (undated)     282   443^54
Durham to Glenelg     282 455
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 23     282   491-494
Inclosing—
Address of Inhabitants of Montreal (1) 13 June,
1838     282   497-498
Durham's  reply  to   address   of  Inhabitants   of
Montreal (2) (undated)     282   499-504
Durham to Glenelg, No. 24     282   505-508
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 25     282   511-518
Inclosing—
Extract from Oswego Palladium, 4 July, 1838..    282 521
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 26     282   525-528
• Inclosing—
Address    from    Magistrates,    Clergy,    &c,    of
Niagara     282   535-537
Address from Inhabitants of Town of Niagara,
21 June, 1838     282   537-539
Answer to Inhabitants of Town of Niagara (undated)      282   539-542
Address from Inhabitants  of  City  of Toronto
(undated)     282   547-548
Reply to Inhabitants of City of Toronto  (undated)      282   549-550
Address from Clergy of Established Church of
Upper Canada, 18 July, 1838     282   543-545
Answer to Clergy of Established Church of Upper
Canada     28& 545
Address from Wesleyan Ministers     282   551-554
Reply to Wesleyan Ministers     282   555-558
20 July,   1838.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 27     282   559-562
12 July,   1838.-
16 July,   1838.-
19 July,   1838.- T9
MISCELLANEOUS 3
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
24 July,   1838.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 28     282 563-566
Inclosing—
Address of Inhabitants of Seigniories and Sou-
langes, 19 July, 1838     282 569-571
Address of Inhabitants of Seigniories and Sou-
langes     282 571-572
30 July,   1838.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 29     282 573-576
30 July,   1838.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 30     282 577-580
30 July,   1838.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 31     282 581-586
Inclosing—
Extract from Proceedings of the House ci Lords.   282 591
31 July,   1838.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 32     282 613
Inclosing—
Statement   of  Receipts   on   account   of   Crown
Lands, 9 July, 1838.. I '     282 615
Statement   of   Receipts   on account   of   Crown
Lands and Licenses to cut Timber, 9 July,
1838     282 617
Statement of Receipts on account of Casual and
Territorial Revenue     282   619-628
Upper Canada Despatches.
Volumes No. 36 to 42 have been calendared in the Reports of Canadian Archives.
Vol.
36. 1791-1800, Upper Canada, unbound.
37. 1816-1824, Upper Canada, bound  1
38. 1827-1834, Upper Canada, bound  2
39. 1835, 3 anuary-July, Upper Canada, bound  3
40. 1835, August-December, Upper Canada, bound  4
41. 1836, January-April, Upper Canada, bound  5
42. 1836, May-December, Upper Canada, bound  6
43. 1837, January-April, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  7
44. 1837, May-December, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  8
45. 1838, January-April, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  9
46. 1838, May-September, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound.  10
47. 1838, October-December, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  11
48. 1839, January-March, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  12
49. 1839, April-May, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  13
50. 1839, June, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  14
51. 1839, July-September, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  15
52. 1839, October-December, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  16
53. 1840, Upper Canada, not calendared, bound  17
54. 1841, Canada, bound.
55. 1841, Canada (McLeod's Case), unbound
56. 1842, Canada, bound.
57. 1843-1847, Canada, bound. 5 Feb.,
1837
5 Feb.,
1837
6 Feb.,
1837
6 Feb.,
1837
10 Feb.,
1837
23 Feb.,
1837.
24 Feb.,
1837
24 Feb.,
1837
25 Feb.,
1837
27 Feb.,
1837
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches (7).
CO. 42.
Vol.      Pages.
-Head to Glenelg, No. 104     437 5-8
-Head to Glenelg, No. 105     437       17-19
Inclosing—
Rowan to Halkett, 27 October, 1836     437       21-23
Memorandum from Halkett, 7 January, 1837...    437 25
-Head to Glenelg, No. 106     437 27
-Head to Glenelg, No. 107     437 57
-Head to Glenelg, No. 7     437   129-138
Inclosing—
Report of Select Committee on the Message of
the Lieutenant Governor communicating
Petition of C. Duncombe to British House
of Commons, and other documents, 23 January, 1837     437       61-78
-Head to Glenelg, No. 8 -.     437   159-160
Inclosing—
Memorial from Elmsley, 9 January, 1837     437   171-173
-Head to Glenelg, No. 10     437 205
Inclosing—
Address from House  of Assembly to Head,  6
January, 1837     437   207-208
Head's reply to Address from House of Assembly   437   209-210
-Head to Glenelg, No. 11     437 211
-Head to Glenelg, No. 12     437 213
-Head to Glenelg, No. 13     437   215-261
-Head to Glenelg     437   277-281
-Head to Glenelg, No. 14     437 285
-Head to Glenelg, No. 15     437 293
-House of Assembly to Head, 14 February, 1837....    437   299-300
-Head to Glenelg, No. 16     437   297-298
-Head to Glenelg, No. 17     437 305.
Inclosing—
Gamble Geddes to Joseph, 3 February, 1837...    437 317
-Head to Glenelg, No. 18     437   325-326
Inclosing—
Return of Patents for Grants of Land from 1
April to 1 August, 1836, from Records of
Secretary and Registrar of the Province, 8
December, 1836     437   365-394
Abstract   for   Descriptions   of   Patents   issued
between 1 April and 1 August, 1836     437 395
Return of Descriptions for Grants of Land issued
between 1 April and 1 August, 1836, Upper
Canada, Surveyor General's office, 27 December, 1836     437   396-443
Statement showing Certificates issued from Commissioner for Crown Lands from 1 April to
1 August, 1836; 3 March, 1837     437   444-447 ^
MISCELLANEOUS
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
CO. 42.
Vol.      Pages.
Instructions from Commissioners of Treasury to
Peter Robinson, 18 July, 1827     437   447-450
Report of Select Committee on the subject of
Lands granted to U. E.'s and others, 27 February, 1834    437   330-331
Address to Colborne from House of Assembly, 28
November, 1833     437 331
Reply to Address to Colborne from House of Assembly    437 331
Message from Colborne, with Documents, on the
subject of granting Lands to U. E. Loyalists
and others, 12 December, 1833     437   331-333
-Rules and Regulations for the conduct of Land
Office Department A, 17 February, 1789...    437   333-335
Extract from additional rules for the conduct of
Land Office Department A, 25 August, 1789.    437 335
Certificate for Family Lands and Acting Surveyor     437 336
Extract from Rules and Regulations of (duplicate), 17 February, 1789     437 336
Additional Rules and Regulations for Land Office
Department (2), 25 August, 1789     437   337-339
Second addition to Rules and Regulations for
Land Office Department (3), 20 January,
1790     437   339-340
Third addition to Rules and Regulations for
Land Office Department (3), 20 January,
1790    437   340-341
Extract from Rules and Regulations for Land
Office Department (5), 20 January, 1790...    437 341
Extract from North to Haldimand, 24 July, 1783.   437   341-342
Extract from Sidney to Dorchester, 3 September,
1788     437 342
Report from Deputy Surveyor General, Resolutions formed by the Committee, 12 January,
1790    437 342
Extract from Proceedings in Council, 9 November, 1789     437   342-343
Proclamation to settlers on Crown Lands (7), 7
February, 1792 .437   343-344
Proclamation relating to U.  E.  Loyalists  (8),
15 December, 1798     437 344
Extract from Minutes of Council (9), 20 October, 1818     437 344
Rules and Regulations for Land Boards (10), 13
March, 1819     437" 345
BGllier to Rogers, 26 April, 1819     437 345
Form of Location Ticket     437 345
Minute of Council. 13 March, 1819     437 346
Rules and Regulations     437 346
Orders respecting location of Militia Claimants
(11), 19 January, 1820     437 346
Militia General Orders, 21 January, 1820     437   346-347 1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
CO. 42.
Vol.       Pages.
Certificates A and B...  437           347
Rules  and Regulations for granting of Lands
(12), 21 November, 1825  437   347-348
Extract from Minutes of Council (13), 14 May,
1830..  437           348
Extract from Minutes of Council (14), 2 June,
1831  437           349
Minutes of Council (15), 16 November, 1831... 437           350
Minutes of Council (16), 13 September, 1832... 437   350-351
Memorandum, 3 March, 1832  437           351
Extract from Minutes of Council (17), 24 May,
1832  437   351-352
Minute of Council (18), 8 November, 1833.... 437           352
Minute of Council, 7 December, 1833..  437           352
Orders respecting Settlement Duty (B)  437   353-355
Rowan to Hurd (3), 27 September, 1833  437           355
Minutes of Council (4), 24 May, 1832  437   355-356
Rowan to Hurd (5), 15 October, 1833  437           356
Certificate for purchasers of Crown Lands..   .. 437           356
Goderich to Colborne, C. (1), 7 March, 1831.... 437           357
McMahon to Robinson (2), 12 October, 1831... 437 357
Regulations for granting Lands  in the North
American Province, February, 1831  437   357-358
Regulations   for   Officers   purchasing   Land,   1
August, 1831  437           358
Rowan to Commissioneer of Crown Lands  (4),
25 October, 1832  437   358-359
McMahon to Commissioner of Crown Lands (5),
13 November, 1832  437           359
Commissioner of Crown Lands to Rowan  (6),
20 November, 1832  437           359
Rowan to Robinson (7), 21 November, 1832... 437   359-360
Robinson to Rowan (7), 6 April, 1833  437           360
Forms of Certificate given to purchasers of Crown
Lands (9)  437           360
-Schedule of Townships where Lands have been
offered for sale in 1833 (10)  437           360
Goderich to  Lieutenant  Governor,  D.   (1),  31
August, 1831  437           361
Extract from Secretary of State to Lieutenant
Governor (2), 31 October, 1831  437           361
Extract from Secretary of State to Lieutenant
Governor (3), 21 November, 1831  437           361
Extract from Secretary of State to Lieutenant
Governor (4), 1 February, 1832  437   361-362
Extract from Secretary of State to Lieutenant
Governor (5), 1 January, 1833  437           362
Extract from Secretary of State to Lieutenant
Governor (6), 1 July, 1833  437           362
Address from Lieutenant Governor to Colborne. 437 362
Reply to Address from Lieutenant Governor to
Colborne ,  437           363
Address to the King on the subject of U. E.
Loyalist Rights, 4 March, 1834  437   363-364 1
MISCELLANEOUS
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
4 Mar., 1837.-
4 Mar., 1837.-
4 Mar.,  1837.-
4 Mar.,  1837.-
4 Mar.,  1837.—!
4 Mar.,  1837.-
4 Mar.,  1837.-
4 Mar.,  1837.—:
4 Mar., 1837.-
4 Mar., 1837.-
4 Mar.,  1837.-
CO. 42.
Vol.      Pages.
-Head to Glenelg, No. 20     437   457-458
Inclosing—
Head's Speech at closing of Parliament, 4 March,
1837     437   455-456
■Head to Glenelg, No. 21     437 471
Inclosing—
House of Assembly to Head, 3 March, 1837.. .. 437 473-474
Report of Select Committee on the Message of
the Lieutenant Governor communicating
Petition of C. Duncombe to British House
of Commons, and other documents (duplicate), 23 January, 1837    437       61-78
General Table of Contents of Appendix      Unidentified
Appendix to Report (No. 5)     440   281-440
Return of Patents for Land between 20 April,
1836, and 2 July next ensuing     440   441-448
[Return of Patents not completed by printer in
Vol. 440.   42 pages missing.]
Return of Descriptions for Patents for grants
of Land between 1 April and 1 August, 1836.   440   449-464
[34 pages not completed by printer in Vol. 440.]
Remainder of Appendix No. 5     440   465-574
Head to Glenelg, No. 23     437 495
Inclosing—
House of Assembly to Head, 3 March, 1837....    437 499
Report of Committee to House of Assembly, 22
February, 1837     437   499-505
Head to Glenelg, No. 24     437 529
Inclosing—.
Address from Legislative  Council to Head,  2
March, 1837     437   531-534
Head to Glenelg, No. 25    437 537
Inclosing—
Address from House of Assembly to Head, 3
March, 1837     437   539-540
Head to Glenelg, No. 26    437 555
Inclosing—
Petition to the King from House of Assembly
Legislative'Council, 3 March, 1837 ,    437   559-563
Head to Glenelg, No. 27     437 567
Inclosing—
\   Legislative Council and House of Assembly to
Head, 3 March, 1837     437 569
Head to Glenelg, No. 28     437   579-580
Inclosing—
Legislative Council and House of Assembly to
Head, 4 March, 1837     437 .581
Head to Glenelg (Private)     437   487-^90
Head to Glenelg, No. 29     437 591
Head to Glenelg, No. 30    437 621
Inclosing—
Speech read to Head by the Speaker of House of
Assembly     437   623-624 25 April, 1837
29 April, 1837
29 April, 1837.
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
-Head to Glenelg, No. 31  437 641
-Head to Glenelg, No. 32  437 645
-Head to Glenelg, No. 33  437 649
-Head to Glenelg, No. 34  437 653-683
-Head to Glenelg, No. 35  437 685
-Head to Glenelg, No. 36  437 689-700
-Head to Glenelg, No. 37  437 723
Inclosing—
Address  from  Legislative  Council  to Head,  3
March, 1837  437 725-727
Address from House  of Assembly to Head, 3
March, 1837  437 731-733
-Head to Glenelg, No. 39  437 753-754
-Head to Glenelg, No. 40  437 755-773
Speech read by Speaker of the House of Assembly
to Head.    [Duplicate]  437 623-624
-Head to Glenelg, No. 41  437 779-800
Inclosing1—
Jameson to Head [8 March, 1837]  437 813-816
McLean to Head, 11 March, 1837  437 817-827
-Head to Glenelg, No. 42...  437 829
-Head to Glenelg, No. 43  437 833
Inclosing—
Report of Attorney General, 1 April, 1837.... 437 837-843
Report   of   Attorney   Genereal   [Duplicate],   1
April, 1837  437 837-843
-Head to Glenelg, No. 44  437 845-847
Inclosing—
Ward to Joseph, 8 April, 1837  437 849-850
-Head to Glenelg, No. 46  473 873-874
Inclosing—
Commissioner  of  Crown  Lands  to  Joseph,  28
March, 1837..-  437 877-907
Statement  showing total number  of Acres set
apart for Clergy, &c, 1 December, 1836.... 437 909-910
-Head to Glenelg, No. 47  437 915-922
Inclosing—
Markland to Joseph, 25 Mar., 1837  437 923-924
Statement by Markland, 11 November, 1836.. .. 437 927-939
-Head to Glenelg, No. 50  437 955-957
-Head to Glenelg, No. 48  437 943
-Head to Glenelg, No. 52  437 983-988
Inclosing—
Joseph to Jones, 11 Mar., 1837  437 991
Joseph to Jones, 27 April, 1837  437 995-998
Report of Council, 20 April, 1837  437 999-1000 MISCELLANEOUS
1
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 16
No. 44.
4 May,
4 May,
1887.-
1887.-
4 May,   1837.-
8 May,
1837
12 May,
1837
26 May,
1837
26 May,
1837.
26 May,
1837
29 May,
1837
30 May,
1837
2 June,
1837
2 June,
1837
2 June,
1837
8 June,
1837
20 June,
1837
28 June,  1887.-
Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches (8).
CO. 48.
Vol.      Pages.
-Head to Glenelg, No. 53     438 5
-Head to Glenelg, No. 54 .'     438 9-10
Inclosing—
Colborne  to  House  of Assembly,  29  January,
1835     438 93
Extract from Secretary of State for the Colonies
to Colborne, 5 October, 1834 ?.   438 93
Act passed relative to future appropriation of
Post Office Revenues in British Provinces
in North America, 26 March, 1834     438       93-94
Joseph to Stayner, 27 April, 1837     438     99-100
Copy of Attorney General's opinion     438   101-104
Stayner to Joseph, 17 April, 1837     438       87-91
Copy of an Act authorizing Members to frank
Letters by General Post during the Session,
17 April, 1837     438       83-86
-Head to Glenelg (Private)     438   119-120
Inclosing—
Petition of Catholics in Upper Canada     438 123
Attorney General to Joseph, 22 April, 1837..  ..    438 11
Attorney General's Report on Acts passed in 1st
Session of 13th Parliament  (Enclosures in
No. 54), 22 April, 1837     438       29-81
-Head to Glenelg, No. 58     438   191-192
-Head to Glenelg, No. 59     438   195-198
Inclosing—
Bishop of Montreal to Glenelg, 19 April, 1837..    438   201-207
-Head to Glenelg, No. 61     438 257
Inclosing—
Bonnycastle to Joseph, 22 April, 1837     438   259-262
-Head to Glenelg, No. 63     438   269-270
-Head to Glenelg, No. 64     438   275-276
-Head to Glenelg, No. 65     438   305-306
-Head to Glenelg, No. 66....     438   309-311
-Head to Glenelg, No. 67     438   315-320
-Head to Glenelg, No. 68     438 323
-Head to Glenelg, No. 69     438   403-405
-Head to Glenelg, No. 70     438   407-410
-Head to Glenelg, No. 71     438 427
Inclosing—
Lieutenant Governor's Speech at opening of Parliament     438   431-432
-Head to Glenelg, No. 72     438 437
Inclosing—
Address from Legislative Council to Head,   22
June, 1837     438   445-448
Reply to above     438 448
Address from House of Assembly to Head, 22
June, 1837     438   441-442
Reply to above :     438 443 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
24 June, 1837.-
24 June, 1837.-
24 June,  1837.-
26 June, 1837.-
4 July, 1837.-
4 July, 1837.-
12 July, 1837.-
12 July, 1837.-
17 July, 1837.-
17 July, 1837.-
17 July, 1837.-
18 July, 1837.-
20 July,   1837.-
20 July,   1837.-
24 July, 1837-
31 July, 1837.-
15 Aug.,  1837.-
16 Aug., 1837.-
29 Aug., 1837.-
9 Sept., 1837.-
10 Sept., 1837.-
Vol. Pages.
-Head to Glenelg, No. 73  438 449
-Head to Glenelg, No. 74  438 453
-Head to Glenelg, No. 75  438 475-479
Inclosing—
Petition of W. Hepburn  438 497-499
-Head to Glenelg, No. 76  438 501-502
-Head to Glenelg, No. 78  438 517-518
-Head to Glenelg, No. 79  438 521-523
-Head to Glenelg, No. 81  438" 539
-Head to Glenelg, No. 82  438 543-563
Inclosing—
Printed copy of Head's Speech at close of the
Session, July 11, 1837  438 575
An Act to authorize certain Banks for a limited
time to suspend Specie payments, A  438 577-579
Form of Affidavit, B  438 580
Bill to authorize Chartered Banks to suspend redemption of Notes for limited time, &c  438 581-584
-Head to Glenelg, No. 83  438 585-586
-Head to Glenelg, No. 84  438 589
-Head to Glenelg, No. 85  438 607-608
-Head to Glenelg, No. 86  438 635-637
Inclosing—
Sullivan to Joseph, 7 July, 1837  438 657
Jarvis to Joseph, 10 July, 1837  438 643
Bathurst to Maitland, 14 August, 1825  438 639-640
Schedule of Lands in Upper Canada surrendered
to -H.M. by Indians from 1820,10 July, 1837. 438 647-655
Statement of Sales of Lands, 5 July, 1837.... 438 661-663
-Head to Glenelg, No. 87, dated July 17 in  438 665-673
-Head to Glenelg, No. 89 -.  438 759-760
Inclosing—
Memorandum from Head to Presidents, &c, of
Chartered Banks, 19 July, 1837  438 761
-Head to Glenelg, No. 91  438 773-774
-Head to Glenelg, No. 92  438 787-788
-Head to Glenelg, No. 93  438 793-814
Inclosing—
•   Memorial of President and Ministers of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada, 24 June,
1837  438 823-824
Reply to Memorial- of President and Ministers
of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada
from Head  438 825
-Head to Glenelg, No. 94  438 827-835
Inclosing—
Dunn to Halkett, 8 Mar. [1837]  438 837
List of Head's expenses  438 839-841
•Head to Glenelg, No. 95  438 855-857
•Head to Glenelg, No. 97  438 935-945
-Head to Glenelg, No. 98  439 3
-Head to Glenelg, No. 99  439 ?_67 MISCELLANEOUS
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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
CO. 42.
Vol.
11 Sept.
1837,
-Head to Glenelg, No. 100	
Inclosing—
439
101
Hagerman to Joseph, 7 September, 1837	
439
103-106
11 Sept.
1837.-
—Head to Glenelg, No. 100 [Duplicate]..	
439
101
Inclosing—
Hagerman to Joseph [Duplicate]	
439
103-106
Hagerman to Joseph [Triplicate]	
439
103-106
15 Sept.
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 101	
Inclosing—
439
•111-112
Hagerman to Joseph, 12 September, 1837	
439
123-127
Extracts from Journals of House of Assembly,
5 February, 1836	
439
131-132
Extracts from Journals of House of Assembly,
22 February, 1836	
439
132-133
Extracts from Journals of House of Assembly,
16 December, 1836	
439
133-135
'  Extracts from Journals of House of Assembly,
2 March, 1837	
439
135-136
16 Sept.
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 102	
439
137-138
Inclosing—
Bathurst to Smith, 2 April, 1818	
439
147-149
Bathurst to Maitland, 22 July, 1825	
439
151-153
Minutes of Council, 21 November, 1825	
439
155-162
19 Sept.,
1837.-
-HeadH;o Glenelg, No. 104	
439
181
20 Sept.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 105	
Inclosing—
439
185-199
Minutes of Council, 10 August, 1837	
439
201-252
•    Memorial of T. Talbot, A., 8 April, 1813	
439
253
Report of Council on Memorial of Talbot, 15
March, 1815 '.
439
254-258
Report from Surveyor General, B., 23 December,
1815	
439
259-261
Talbot to Ridout, O, 10 November, 1815	
439
263-264
Minutes of Council, D., 13 March, 1819	
439
265-267
22 Sept.,
22 Sept.,
1837.-
1837.-
—Head to Glenelg No. 106	
-Head to Glenelg, No. 107	
439
279-280
22 Sept.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 107 [Duplicate]...	
439
279-280
27 Sept.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 108	
439
297-298
28 Sept.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 109	
439
303
28 Sept.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 110	
Inclosing—
Address from Archdeacons and Clergy of Church
of  England  to  the   Queen,  15   September,
439
307
1837	
439
311-315
.
29 Sept.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. Ill	
Inclosing—
439
319-320
Ridout to Head, 25 September, 1837	
439
327-330
22 Sept.,
8 Oct.,
1837.-
1837.-
—Head to Glenelg	
439
283-292
-Head to. Glenelg, No. 112	
439
339-346
18 Oct.,
1837.-
-Head to Glenelg, No. 115	
Inclosing—
439
577-581
Memorial of W. Jarvis, 19 August, 1837	
439
585-588
Minute of Council, 22 August, 1837	
439
588 WSM
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23 Sept.,  1837.
25 Sept.,  1837.
26 Sept.,  1837.
3 Nov.,  1837.-
3 Nov.,  1837.-
8 Nov.,  1837.-
18 Nov., 1837.-
18 Nov., 1837.-
18 Nov.,  1837.-
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24 Nov.,  1837.-
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Minute of Council, 12 October, 1837  439           588
Report    of   Chief   Justice    on   Memorial,   21
August, 1837  439   589-591
-Head to Glenelg, No. 114  439   541-556
Inclosing—
Jones  to   Joseph,   10   October,   1837,   dated  10
November in  439   563-564
Petition of Chiefs, &c, of Missipagna Tribe of
Indians, 4 October, 1837. ._. 439   565-571
Power to Jones from Indians to  act  as their
Agent in England, 4 October, 1837  439    573-576
-Head to Glenelg, No. 116  439   593-596
-Head to Glenelg, No. 117 [Incomplete]  439           597
Inclosing—
Head to Colborne, 17 October, 1837  439           599
-Head to Glenelg, No. 118  439           605
-Head to Glenelg, No. 120  439           629
Inclosing—
Dillon to Jarvis, 24 October, 1837  439    633-634
Acknowledgment of money by Indian Chiefs to
Jarvis, 4 September, 1837  439           635
-Head to Glenelg, No. 119  439   609-611
Inclosing—
Head to Colborne, 31 October, 1837  439    617-625
-Head to Glenelg, No. 121  439   637-638
Inclosing—
Stinson to Joseph, 19 September, 1837  439            677
Stinson to Head, 19 September, 1837  439   679-680
Sullivan to Head (undated)  439    641-659
Statement showing expenditure of £1611.2.2J
granted by H.M.'s Government to Wesleyan
Methodist Missionary Society, B.    [Marked
A. in Vol. 439.]    20 December, 1836  439    667-669
Account for  Building  Expenses,  1834-1836,  A.
[Marked B. in Vol. 439.]  439           673
General   Statement   of   Expenses   of   Wesleyan
Missionary Society, 13 October, 1837  439   675-676
-Head to Glenelg, No. 122  439           685
-Head to Glenelg, No. 123  439           693
-Head to Glenelg, No. 124  439   701-717
Inclosing—
Colborne to Head, 6 November, 1837  439   731-734
Head to Colborne, 11 November, 1837  439           735
Colborne to Head, 14 November, 1837  439   737-738
Colborne to Gosford, 13 November, 1837  439    743-744
Forbes to Colborne, 13 November, 1837  439   739-741
Head to Colborne, 20 November, 1837  439   745.748
Head to Glenelg, No. 125   .. 439   749-751
Inclosing—
Sullivan to Joseph, 18 November, 1837  439   753-754
Head to Glenelg, No. 126  439           755
Head to Glenelg, No. 127 WÈÈ 439   757-758 MISCELLANEOUS 13
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29 Nov.,  1837.—Head to Glenelg, No. 128  439 793
30 Nov.,  1887.—Head to Glenelg, No. 129  439 795
30 Nov.,  1837.—Head to Glenelg, No. 130  439 797-803
29 Nov.,  1887.—Head to Glenelg, No. 131  439 815
19 Dec.,   1837.—Head to Glenelg, No. 132  439 817-843
Inclosing—
Militia General Order, 4 December, 1837  439 853
Proclamation by Head, 7 December, 1837  439 854
Proclamation of reward for C. Duncombe and
others, 16 December, 1837  439 856
Proclamation convoking Parliament, 11 December, 1837  439 855
Militia General Order, 9 December, 1837  439 854
"   Order from Head that no prisoner shall be released by officers, 10 December, 1837  439 855
Appointment of Jameson as Vice Chancellor, 11
December, 1837  439 855
Proclamation   of  reward  for  capture   of  John
Rolph, 11 December, 1837  439 855
Head's thanks to Militia, 8 December, 1837.... 439 854
Instructions   from   Head   for   arrests   and
securing of Arms, 14 December, 1837  439 856
28 Dec.,  1837.—Head to Glenelg, No. 133  439 887-890
Inclosing—
Head's   Speech  at   opening  of  Parliament,   28
December, 1837  439 905
Proclamation to Volunteers, 19 December, 1837. 439 909
Head to Marcey, 13 December, 1837  439 913-915
Head to Marcey, 23 December, 1837  439 917-918
Head to Fox, 23 December, 1837  439 918-920
Head  to   Colborne,  26  December,   1837,   dated
28 in  439 921-924
MacNab to Jones, 24 December, 1837  439 925-928
MacNab to Cameron, 24 December, 1837  439 929-930
Macnab to Chisholm, 24 December, 1837  439 930-931
[Extract] Rykert to Jones, 24 December, 1837.. 439 933-936
Head to Marcey, 24 December, 1837  439 987
Cameron to Adjutant General, 23 December, 1837 439 939-942
Copy of The Patriot, containing:—
Petition of Inhabitants of Norwich to MacNab (undated)  439 945
Head's reply to MacNab, 18 December, 1837. 439 945
MacNab to Head, 14 December, 1837  439 945
MacNab to Halkett, 15 December, 1837... 439 945-946
Halkett to MacNab, 18 December, 1837... 439 946
MacNab to Jones, 18 December, 1837  439 946
MacNab to Jones, 19 December, 1837  439 946
Magistrates  of Home District to   [Head],
14 December, 1837  439 946
Head to Magistrates of Barrie, 16 December, 1837  439 947
30 Deà,   1837.—Head to Glenelg, No. 134  439 949
15—10 3 Jan.,   1838.-
8 Jan.,   1838.-
10 Jan.,   1838.-
22 Jan.,   1838.-
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24 Jan.,
26 Jan.,
30 Jan.,
7 Feb.,
1838.-
1838.-
1838.-
1838.-
1838.-
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1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
No. 45.
Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches (9).
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
-Head to Glenelg, No. 1  444 5
Inclosing—
Address from Legislative  Council to  Head in
reply to his Speech [1 January, 1838].. -.. 444 21-28
Address from House  of Assembly to Head in
reply to his Speech  444 13-20
-Head to Glenelg, No. 2  444 33
-Head to Glenelg, No. 4  444 131
Inclosing—
Memorandum respecting an attack on Pirates on
Navy Island, 10 January, 1838 * .. 444 135-149
MacNab to Head, submitting Memorandum.. .. 444 151-152
-Head to Glenelg, No. 8  444 191
Inclosing—
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette, containing:—
Head to Legislative Council, 15 Jan., 1838. 444 193
Legislative Council to Head, 17 Jan., 1838. 444 193
Head to House of Assembly, 15 Jan., 1838. 444 193-194
House of Assembly to Head, 16 Jan., 1838. 444 194
Legislative Council to Head, 19 Jan., 1838. 444 194
Head to Legislative Council, 22 Jan., 1838. 444 194
House of Assembly to Head, 18 Jan., 1838. 444 194
Head to House of Assembly, 22 Jan., 1838. 444 194
-Head to Glenelg, No. 9  444 199-203
-Head to Glenelg, No. 10  444 221
-Head to Glenelg, No. 11  444 317-361
-Head to Glenelg, No. 12  444 377-380
-Head to Glenelg, No. 13  444 383
Inclosing—
Head to Fox, 30 January, 1838  444 385-388
Proclamation to Patriot Army  (2), 9 January,
1838..  444 388
Proclamation to Patriotic Citizens (3), 9 January, 1838  444 388
Proclamation to Supporters of British Tyranny
(4), 10 January, 1838  444 389
Prince to Mason (5), 6 January, 1838  444 389
Mason to Prince (6), 6 January, 1838  444 389
Prince to Mason (7), 8 January, 1838  444 390
Schwarz   to   Civil   Authority   of   Sandwich,   8
January, 1838  444 390
Prince to Mason (9), 9 January, 1838  444 390-391
Mason to Prince (10), 9 January, 1838  444 391
Mason to  [Prince]   (11), 9 January, 1838..   .. 444 391
Hughes to Scott (12), 16 January, 1838  444 391-392
Hughes to Foster  (13), 21' January,  1838..   .. 444 392
Scott to Hughes (14), 20 January, 1838  444 392-393
Macnab to Strachan (15), 19 January, 1838... 444 396
Macnab to Strachan, 20 January, 1838  444 394 MISCELLANEOUS
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9 Feb.,   1838,
19 Feb.,   1838,
21 Feb.,   1838,
26 Feb.,   1838,
27 Feb.,   1838.
6 Mar.,  1838,
6 Mar.,  1838,
6 Mar.,   1838—
6 Mar.,   1838,
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Scott to Commanding Officer of British Vessels,
15 January, 1838  444 394
Drew to Scott, 16 January, 1838  444 394
Macnab to Scott, 18 January, 1838  444 394-395
Bethune to Macnab, 19 January, 1838  444 395-396
Deposition of Seth Conklin, 18 January, 1838.. 444 396
Head to Glenelg, No. 14  444 413-424
■Head to Glenelg, No. 15  444 425-444
Inclosing—
Strachan to Macnab, A., 20 December, 1837... 444 481-482
Macnab to Drew, B., (undated)  444 483-485
Head to Drew, O, 17 January, 1838  444 489
Head to Drew, D., 4 February, 1838  444 491-493
Macnab to Strachan, E., 20 January, 1838..   .. 444 497-499
•Head to Glenelg, No. 16  444 505
-Head to Glenelg, No. 17  444 517
Inclosing—
Head to Talbot, 17 February, 1838  444 521-526
Head to Talbot, 17 February, 1838  444 529-530
Head to Glenelg, No. 18  444 533-535
-Head to Glenelg, No. 19  434 537-538
Inclosing—
Report of Committee to House of Assembly, 21
February, 1838  444 609-613
Printed Booklet of Petition of Ryerson; Message
from Lieutenant Governor; Correspondence
between Glenelg, Head and Ryerson, relative
to Upper Canada Academy  444 561-607
Address from House of Assembly to Head, 22
February, 1838  444 553-555
Head's reply to Address from House of Assembly (undated)  444 557
Head to Glenelg, No. 20  444 617-618
Head to Glenelg, No. 21  445 3-4
Inclosing—
Hagerman to Joseph, 3 March, 1838  445 5-6
Resolution of House of Assembly, 26 February,
1838  445 7-8
Head to Glenelg, No. 22  445 15
Inclosing—
Head's   Speech   at   closing   of   the   Session,   6
March, 1838  445 17-20
Head to Glenelg, No. 23  445 27-30
Inclosing—
Head to Fox, 3 March, 1838  445 33-36
Townshend to Maitland, 25 February, 1838.... 445 31
Maitland to Foster, 25 February, 1838  445 31
Head to Glenelg, No. 24  445 37
Inclosing—
Copy of The Patriot, containing:—
Head to House of Assembly, 3 March, 1838. 445 39
Fox to Forsyth, 6 February, 1838  445 39
Forsyth to Fox, 13 February, 1838  445 39
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CO. 42.
Vol.      Pages.
Fox to Forsyth, 16 February, 1838     445 39
Fox to Head, 17 February, 1838     445 39
Campbell to Head, 6 February, 1838     445 41
Resolutions    passed    by    the    Legislative
Council, 29 January, 1838     445 41
Head to Glenelg, No. 25     445       49-51
Inclosing—
Legislative Council and House of Assembly to
Head, 22 February, 1838     445 55
Legislative Council and House of Assembly to
Head, 23 February, 1838     445 55
Head's reply to Legislative Council and House
of Assembly     445 53
Petition   to   the   Queen   for   FitzGibbon   from
Legislative Council and House of Assembly
[30 January, 1838]     445 61
-Head to Glenelg, No. 26     445       63-64
Inclosing—
Minute in Council, 9 September, 1837     445       67-70
Minute in Council, 12 October, 1837     445       71-78
-Head to Glenelg, No. 27     445 79
•Head to Glenelg, No. 28     445 85
Inclosing—
Address from House of Assembly to Head (undated)      445       87-89
Head to Glenelg, No. 29     445 95
Inclosing—
Hawke to Joseph, 10 March, 1838     445       97-98
Head to Glenelg, No. 30     445    103-104
Inclosing—
Extract of Return of Indian Present Stores, &c.
(undated)     445   108-109
Head to Glenelg, No. 31     445 115
Inclosing—
Address to Head from the Legislative Council
[1 March, 1838]     445 119
Address to Head from the House of Assembly
,[3 March, 1838]     445 119
CO. 45.
Vol.      Pages.
Head's reply to Legislative Council and House
of Assembly (undated}     202 446
CO. 42.
_,.,      , Vol.      Pages.
Head to Glenelg, No. 32     445 123
Inclosing—
Legislative Council to Head [March, 1838]....    445 175
CO. 45.
Vol» Ï'&GTGS.
Head's reply to Legislative Council (undated)..    200 145
CO. 42.
Vol.      Pages.
Address to the Queen from Legislative Council,
28 February, 1838     445   179-186
Head to Glenelg, No. 33     445   339-346 MISCELLANEOUS 17
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Vol.      Pages.
17 Mar., 1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 34  445 353
Inclosing—
Talbot to Head, 27 February, 1838  445 855-358
Talbot to Head, 27 February, 1838  445 361-364
Head to Talbot, 12 March, 1838  445 365-366
17 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 36  445 557
Inclosing—
Address to the Queen from House of Assembly,
3 March, 1838  445 561-563
Address to the Queen from Legislative Council,
5 March, 1838  445 561-563
16 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 37  445 565-568
Inclosing—
FitzGibbon to Joseph, 3 March, 1838  445 581
McDonell to MacNab, 24 January, 1838  445 569-579
Report of Committee on the Petition of Col. Chis-
holm, 22 February, 1838  445 585-590
17 Mar., 1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 38  445 641-642
Inclosing—
Head to Marcy, 27 December, 1837  445 645-646
Marcy to Head, 3 January, 1838  445 647-648
19 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 39  445 653
19 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 40  445 667
Inclosing—
Head to Foote, 16 March, 1838     445   669-672
20 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 41     445   675-691
Inclosing—
Address from Directors of Bank of Upper Canada
to Head, 5 March, 1838     445   713-715
Statement   of  Books   of   the   Bank   of   Upper
Canada, 5 March, 1838     445   718-721
Minutes of Council, 5 March, 1838     445   723-727
Address from Directors  of the Gore Bank to
Head, 8 March, 1838     445   697-698
Minutes of Council, 10 March, 1838     445   705-708
Abstract of the Books  of the Gore Bank, 10
March, 1838     445   702-703
Address from Directors  of the Gore. Bank to
Head [Duplicate], 8 March, 1838     445   697-698
Abstract of the Books of the Gore Bank [Duplicate], 10 March, 1838     445   702-703
Minutes of Council [Duplicate], 10 March, 1838.    445   705-708
Address   from   Directors   of   Bank   of   Upper
Canada to Head [Duplicate], 5 March, 1838.   445   713-715
Statement from the Books of the Bank of Upper
Canada [Duplicate], 5 March, 1838     445   718-721
Minutes of Council [Duplicate], 5 March, 1838.    445   723-727
Extract from Routh letter of, 27 February, 1838.   445   729-730
20 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 42     445 733
20 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 43    445 737
Inclosing—
Printed copy of letter from Head to Fox, in The
Patriot, March, 1838     445 739 m
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20 Mar.,  1838.—Head to Glenelg, No. 44  445 755-761
3 Aug.,   1838.—Head to Glenelg  445 1133-1139
17 Mar.,  1839.—Head to Glenelg, No. 35  445 369-371
Inclosing—
Address from House of Assembly to the Queen
[Duplicate], 15 February, 1838  445 389
Resolutions passed by the House  445 390-391
Depositions of Radcliffe and Prince, 15 February, 1838  445 391-393
Townsend to Citizens of Detroit  445 393
Prince to Mason, A., 6 January, 1838  445 393-394
Mason to Prince, B., 6 January, 1838  445 394
Prince to Mason, O, 8 January, 1838  445 394-395
Prince to Mason, D., 9 January, 1838  445 396
Mason to Prince, E., 9 January, 1838  445 395-396
Mason to Prince, F., 9 January, 1838  445 396
Schwarz to Prince, G, 8 January, 1838  445 396
Prince to Mason, H., 25 January, 1838  445 396-397
Mason to Prince, I.,  25 January, 1838  445 397
Goodwin to Prince, J., 25 January, 1838  445 397
Address from House of Assembly to the Queen,
27 February, 1838  445 397
Resolutions on trade and commerce  445 397-399
Address from House of Assembly to the Queen,
26 February, 1838  445 399
Resolutions on the subject of an Union of the
Provinces  445 399-401
Report of Committee on Political States of Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, 8 February, 1838  445 401-417
Appendix, McGill to McKay, 26 January, 1838. 445 .417-418
Appendix A  445 419
Appendix B  445 420
Petition of the President and Secretary of Constitutional Society of Montreal, 13 December, 1837  Unidentified
Petition from. House of Assembly to the Queen,
27 February, 1838  445 421
Petition from House of Assembly to the Queen,
26 February, 1838  445 421
Petition from House of Assembly to the Queen
j"-to!   .                                 [26 February, 1838]  445 421
Petition from House of Assembly to the Queen
[26 February, 1838]  445 421
23 Mar.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg  446 11-12
29 Mar.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 1  446 15-27
Inclosing—
Arthur to Marcy, 29 Mar., 1838  446 35-36
Address from Inhabitants of the City of Toronto
to Arthur (undated)  446 32
Arthur's reply to Address from Inhabitants of
the City of Toronto (undated)  446 33
4 April, 1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 2  446 39 MISCELLANEOUS
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16 April, 1838
23 April, 1838.
28 April, 1838,
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 3  446 47-52
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 5  446 197-204
Inclosing—
Strachan to Arthur, 17 April, 1838  446 205-208
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 6  446 209-212
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 7  446 213-218
Inclosing—
An Act to protect the Inhabitants against lawless
aggression from foreign subjects (1), passed
12 January, 1838  446 255
Proceedings of Court Martial (3), 2 April, 1838. 446 259-458
Sutherland to Head (4), 6 April, 1838  446 473-484
Hagerman to Arthur (5), 7 April, 1838  446 485-196
Hagerman to Arthur (7), 13 April, 1838  446 501-510
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 8  446 511-521
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 9  446 525
Inclosing—
Report of Chief Justice on case of Heller, 3
April, 1838 (1)  446 541-572
Minutes of Council (2), 17 April, 1838  446 573-577
Hagerman to Arthur (3), 18 April, 1838  446 581-597
Minutes of Council (4), 19 April, 1838  446 601-604
Robinson to Arthur (No. 5)  446 605-618
Minute of Council (6), 23 April, 1838  446 621-623
Prince to Arthur (7), 14 April, 1838  446 633-636
Whiting to Arthur, 14 April, 1838  446 625-631
Petition from Theller to the Queen (8), 16 April,
1838  446 637-643
27 April, 1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 10  446 645-650
Inclosing—
Sandom to Arthur, 19 April, 1838  446 653
Joseph to Sandom, 27 April, 1838  446 655-657
24 April, 183.8,
25 April, 1838,
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28 April, 1838.-
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CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 11  446 659-668
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 12  446 719-727
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 2 April, 1838  446 733-737
Order from Arthur for disbanding part of the
Militia, 12 April, 1838  446 739-740
Militia General Order, 14 April, 1838  446 741
-Fox to Arthur  446 671-673
-Arthur to Fox  446 675-678
-Fox to Arthur  446 679-687
-Arthur to Fox  446 . 691-697
-Sandom to Arthur  446 705-707
-Joseph to Sandom  446 711-715
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 13  446 747-754 p
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16 May,   1838,
1 June,  1838,
4 June, 1838,
7 June, 1838,
9* Tune,  1838,
19 June,  1838.—.
25 June,  1838.—.
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Arthur to Glenelg  446 755-762
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 15  446 783
Inclosing—
Jameson to Joseph, 9 May, 1838  446 785-788
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 16  446 791-794
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 17  446 795-798
Arthur to Fox, 18 April, 1838  446 803-808
Deposition of Alma, 17 April, 1838  446 811-813
Arthur to Fox, 8 May, 1838  446 815-817
Joseph to Macaulay, 4 May, 1838  446 819-826
Macaulay to Joseph, 7 May, 1838  446 827-832
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 18  446 835-838
Inclosing—
Mittleberger to Joseph, 5 May, 1838..  446 839-840
Mittleberger to Joseph, 7 May, 1838  446 843-855
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 19  446 859-861
Inclosing—
Sandom to Arthur, 9 May, 1838  446 863-866
Goldie to Sandom, 4 May, 1838  446 867-870
Joseph to Sandom, 10 May, 1838  446 871-875
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 20  446 879-882
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 24  448 63-65
Inclosing—
Arthur to Colborne, 1 June, 1838  448 67-70
Order in Council, 31 May, 1838  448 71-73
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 25  448 75-78
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 26  448 123-126
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 27  448 145-160
Inclosing—
Certificate  from   American  Authorities   of   St.
Lawrence County, 2 June, 1838  448 165-166
Mijitia General Order, 4 June, 1838  448 167
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 28  448 189-197
Inclosing—
Resolutions  passed  at  Public  Meeting  at  Sandwich  448 200-201
Petition  of the Magistrates  of  Sandwich  and
Amherstburg, 14 June, 1838  448 209-210
Macaulay to Prince, 19 June, 1838  448 210
Hagerman to Arthur, 7 June, 1838  448 210-211
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 29  448 241-248
Inclosing—
Joseph to Stayner, 30 May, 1838  448 273
Joseph to Stayner, 29 May 1838  448 275-276
Joseph to Hagerman, 21 May, 1838  448 277-278
Hagerman to Arthur, 22 May, 1838  448 279-280
Stayner to Joseph, 7 June, 1838  448 281-283
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 30  448 285-286
Inclosing—
Robinson to Macaulay, 14 June, 1838  448 289-296
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 31  448 297-299 MISCELLANEOUS 21
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80 June,  1838—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 32  448 301-310
Inclosing—
Magrath to Townsend, 21 June, 1838  448 391-403
Hagerman and Draper to Macaulay, 29 June,
1838  448 383-387
Robinson to Arthur, 28 June, 1838  448 375-380
Report from Dodson, &c, to Glenelg, 28 May,
1838  Unidentified
Act to protect the  Inhabitants  from  Foreign
Subjects, 12 January, 1838  448 373-374
Proclamation  issued  by  Arthur  for- apprehension of James Morreau, 23 June, 1838.... 448 369
Proclamation   from   Commander   in   Chief,   7
June, 1838  448 367-368
Proclamation    from    Arthur    to    Magistrates,
Officers, &c, 22 June, 1838  448 365
Arthur to Durham, No. 5, 27 June, 1838  448 321-362
1 July,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 33  448 407-414
Inclosing—
Deposition of J. Barnett, 29 June, 1838  448 467-472
Examination of Barnett  448 475-479
Information of T. Patrick, 30 June, 1838  448 463-465
Maitland to Foster, 29 June, 1838  488 433-442
McGregor and Reid to Maitland, 29 June, 1838. 448 459-461
Maitland to Foster, 29 June, 1838  Unidentified
McGregor to Maitland, 28 June, 1838  448 447
Dougald to McGregor, 27 June, 1838  448 449-450
McCallum to McGregor, 27 June, 1838  448 453
Maitland to Foster, 30 June, 1838  448 417-419
Grogan to Maitland  448 429-432
Forsyth to Maitland  448 423-424
Ward to Maitland, 29 June, 1838  448 421-422
Whitehead to Macaulay, 29 June, 1838  Unidentified
Minute of Council, 1 July, 1838  Unidentified
2 July,  1838.—Artnur to Glenelg  448 483-490
Inclosing—
List of 26 names suitable for appointment to
Legislative Council  Original
3 July,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 34  448 491-495
Inclosing—
Report of the Executive Council, 28 June, 1838. 448 507-513
9 July, 1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 35  448 515-518
Inclosing—
Report of Attorney General on Acts passed by
Provincial Legislature during the last Session, 17 June, 1838 ,  448 531-583
9 July,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 36  448 587-594
9 July,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg  448 595-596
Inclosing—
Arthur to Durham, 9 July, 1838  448 599-615
10 July,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 37  448 619-638
Inclosing—
Brady to Reid, 2 July, 1838 ,. 448 649-655 MS
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12 July,
1838
15 July,
1838
15 July,
1838
18 July,
1838
18 July,
1838
23 July,
1838
25 July,  1838,
27 July,  1838,
28 July,  1838.—.
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3 Aug.,  1838,
3 Aug.,  1838,
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Reid to Brady, 30 June, 1838  488 645-647
Prince to Macaulay, 3 July, 1838  448 657-660
Proclamation issued by Magistrates, 2 July, 1838 448 661-665
Macaulay to Prince, 9 July, 1838  448 669-672
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 38  448 673-676
Arthur to Glenelg  448 683-686
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 40  448 691-694
Arthur to Glenelg  448 687-689
Arthur to Glenelg  448 733-735
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 41  448 697-699
Inclosing1—
Macaulay to Rev'd Gale, 2 July, 1838  448 721-732
Arthur to Glenelg (No. %)  448 737-739
Inclosing—
Revised List of 27 Gentlemen recommended as
Members of the Legislative Council  448 749-757
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 42  448 761-767
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 43  448 777-783
Inclosing—
Report of the case of James Morrow  448 803-828
Jones to Macaulay, 23 July, 1838  448 795-798
Jones to Macaulay, 25 July, 1838  448 799
Draper to Macaulay, 25 July, 1838  448 831-848
Draper to Macaulay, 22 July, 1838  488 851-862
Minutes of Council, 26 July, 1838  448 863-870
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 44  448 871-878
Inclosing—
Hagerman and Draper to Arthur, 27 July, 1838. 488 879-884
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 46  449 5-8
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 47  449 9-15
Inclosing—
Ryerson to Macaulay (1), 14 July, 1838:  449 7-41
Ryerson to Glenelg (2), 8 March, 1838  449 - 45-89
Minute of Council (4), 28 July, 1838  499 91-104
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 48  449 185-188
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 49  449 189-191
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 50  449 193-194
Inclosing—
Return of number of persons on the Ecclesiastical Establishment  of Church  of England,
and other denominations, 1 August, 1838.. 449 195-204
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 51  449 205-212
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 52  449 215-226
Inclosing—
District General Order, Toronto, 21 June, 1838. 449 229
District General Order, Toronto, 3 July, 1838.. 449 231-232
District General Order, Niagara, 10 July, 1838. 449 233
District General Order, Toronto, 20 July, 1838. 449 235
District General Order, Upper Canada, 26 July,
1838  449 237
District General Order, Niagara, 1 August, 1838. 449 239
Foster to Hill, 2 August, 1838, dated 4 August in. 449 241 MISCELLANEOUS
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9 Aug.,  1838,
11 Aug.,  1838.—
11 Aug.,  1838-
11 Aug.,  1838.—.
13 Aug.,  1838.-
8 Sept., 1838.-
10 Sept., 1838.-
8 Sept., 1838.-
22 Sept., 1838,
26 Sept., 1838-
28 Sept., 1838.-
28 Sept., 1838.-
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Circular to Incorporated Militia in Toronto, 6
August, 1838  449 255
Circular to Officers of Incorporated Regiments
not stationed at Toronto, 6 August, 1838.. 449 253
Copy of Orders requiring the delivery of Arms,
&c, into Ordnance Stores, 14 April, 1838.. 449 243-251
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 53  449 263-274
Inclosing—
[Macaulay] to President of the Bank of Upper
Canada and Gore, 17 July, 1838  449 279-286
Whyte to Macaulay, 24 July, 1838  449 293-294
Proudfoot to Macaulay, 20 July, 1838  449 291
Cartwright to Macaulay, 23 July, 1838  449 287-289
Arthur to Durham (No. 14), 8 August, 1838... 449 299-303
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 55  449 315-326
Inclosing—
Spearman to Arthur, 30 May, 1838  449 331-340
Arthur to Spearman, 2 August, 1838  449 343-364
Arthur to Colborne, 23 April, 1838  449 367-380
[Arthur] to Glenelg, 10 August, 1838  449 383-388
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 56  449 643-648
Inclosing—
Arthur to Durham (No. 7), 30 June, 1838.... 449 657-667
Arthur to Durham, 2 August, 1838  449 685-686
Arthur to Durham (No. 13), 31 July, 1838.... 449 689-708
Durham, to Arthur (No. 2), 18 June, 1838..  .. Unidentified
Durham to Arthur, 30 June, 1838  449 669-674
Durham to Glenelg (No. 6), 29 June, 1838.... 449 677-684
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 57  449 709-718
Inclosing—
Taylor to Macaulay, 9 August, 1838  449 719-722
Draper to Macaulay, 10 August, 1838  449 725-731
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 58  449 733-755
Inclosing—
Robinson to Arthur, 6 August, 1838  449 761-792
Minute of Council, 9 August, 1838  449 793-810
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 59  449 811-818
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 60  450 5-20
Inclosing—
Bidwell to Head, 8 December, 1838  450 21-24
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 61  450 25-32
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 62  450 35-43
Inclosing—
Memorial of Seamen engaged in destruction of
Piratical Steamer Caroline (undated)  450 75-80
Memorial of John Christie, 4 September, 1838.. 450 51-74
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 64  450 147-154
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 9 August, 1838  450 217-224
Gale to Arthur, 18 July, 1838  450 173-216
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 66  450 253-256
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 68  450 377-380
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 69  450 395-406 24
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28 Sept., 1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 70  450 409-412
Inclosing—
Arthur to Durham (No. 20), 28 September, 1838. 450 421-425
Ridout to Macaulay, 18 August, 1838.. ._  450 415-416
Statement of causes which led to supervision of
specie payments, &c, 18 August, 1838  Unidentified
28 Sept., 1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 71  450 429-436
Inclosing—
Robinson to [Arthur], 27 August, 1838  450 437-443
Widmer, &c, to Robinson, 22 August, 1838.... 450 445-447
Macaulay to Robinson, 28 August, 1838  450 449-451
-Arthur to Glenelg  450 543-547
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 72  450 453-472
Inclosing—
Jarvis to Arthur, 12 September, 1838  450 517-522
Memorial of S. P. Jarvis (undated)  450 509-515
Macaulay to Jarvis, 24 September, 1838  450 523-524
Jarvis to Macaulay, 26 September, 1838  450 529-532
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 73  450 533-536
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 74  450 579-582
29 Sept.» 1838.-
29 Sept., 1838,
29 Sept., 1838.-
29 Sept., 1838.-
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2 Oct.,   1838.—Arthur to Glenelg  451 5-6
22 Oct.,   1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 75  451 31-42
Inclosing—
Memoranda from [Colborne], 10 October, 1838.. Unidentified
Colborne to Arthur, 28 September, 183S  451 47-66
Depositions of Sampson and Pringle, 11 October,
1838  451 -    67-74
Rottenburg to Arthur, 11 October, 1838  451 75-82
Fox to Arthur, 4 October, 1838  451 83-94
Particulars of information received from Sparks
and Morrison, 10 October, 1838  451 95-109
Additional information from Jones  451 110-114
Deposition before Baldwin Sullivan of William
Jones Kent, 22 October, 18"38  451 151-178
Address  to  different  Lodges   upon   Subject   of
Joint Stock Banking Company Bank  451 179-186
Report of Executive Council  451 115-150
26 Oct.,   1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 76  451 191-194
Inclosing—
Macaulay to Howard, 1 October, 1838  451 219-221
Howard to Macaulay, 28 September, 1838  451 205-206
27 Oct.,   1838.—Arthur to Glenelg  451 239-246
30 Oct.,   1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 78  451 255-294
Inclosing—
Depositions made before the Executive Council,
25 October, 1838  451 317-328 MISCELLANEOUS
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30 Oct.,
1838.
29 Oct,
1838
81 Oct,
1838.
30 Oct.,
1838
30 Oct.,
1838
30 Oct.,
1838
19 Oct.,
1838
19 Oct.,
1838
31 Oct.,
1838
81 Oct.,
1838
7 Nov.,
1838
9 Nov.,
1838
14 Nov.,
1838
14 Nov.,
1838
Anonymous Letter to the Governor  of Upper
Canada  451 297-302
Deposition of Thomas Knox, 26 October, 1838.. 451 805-816
Deposition of J. M. Murchison, 81 October, 1838. 451 329-350
Colborne to Arthur, 26 October, 1838........ 451 351-366
Proceedings of a Board ordered to report on the
Forces, 20 October, 1838  451 367-373
Proceedings of a Board ordered to consider
Documents relating to the threatened invasion by the United States, 27 October, 1838. 451 383-386
Arthur to Brady, 26 October, 1838  451 387-410
Arthur to Macomb, 20 October, 1838  451 411- 418
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 79, dated Oct. 31 in  451 419-422
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 80  451 469-472
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 81  451 473-484
Inclosing—
Arthur to Missionaries of the Church of England,
19 September, 1838  451 493-498
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 82  451 501-502
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 83  451 509-512
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 84  451 513-516
Inclosing—
Kerr to Macaulay, 3 October, 1838  451 519-526
-Head to Glenelg  431 245-251
-Glenelg to [Head]  Unidentified
-Arthur to Glenelg  451 527-528
-Howard to Glenelg  444 636-637
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 87  451 571-574
-Arthur to Glenelg  451 575
-Arthur to Glenelg  451 765-772
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 88  451 579-590
Inclosing—
Proclamation by Lieutenant Governor to Loyal
Inhabitants in Upper Canada, 5 November,
1838  451 595
Extract of Proclamation by Lieutenant Governor
to Loyal inhabitants in Upper Canada,
printed in Upper Canada Gazette, 6 November, 1838  451 595
Fox to Arthur, 5 November, 1838  451 617-636
Fox to Vail, 3 November, 1838.  451 597-616
Taylor to Arthur, 6 November, 1838  451 637-648
Jones to Arthur, 5 November, 1838  451 649-663
Macomb   to   Officers   commanding   Troops   and
Posts, 30 October, 1838  451 665
Stations of American Troops on Canadian frontier in beginning of November  451 667-670
Brady to Arthur, 31 October, 1838 , 451 673-676
Macomb to Arthur, 29 October, 1838  451 677-680
Arthur to Colborne, 25 October, 1838  451 681-688
Mercer Jones to Macaulay, 9 October, 1838..  .. 451 689-698
List  of   Claims   against   1st  Regiment   Huron
Militia  451 699-702 --■.
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Murney to Macaulay, 19 October, 1838     451 703-713
Mercer to Macaulay, 20 October,, 1838     451 715-721
Arthur to Colborne, 10 November, 1838     451 743-747
Knowles to Halkett, 9 November, 1838     451 749-750
Extract of letter from Knowles to the Commissary General (No. 55), 7 November, 1838..    451 753
Extract of letter from Knowles to the Commissary General (No. 36), 24 November, 1838.    451 757
Extract of letter from Knowles to the Commissary General (No. 47), 31 October, 1838...    451 761-764
15 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 89     451 773-780
Inclosing—
Sandom to Arthur, 14 November, 1838     451 787-801
Sandom  to   Halkett,   with   list   of   killed   and
wounded 14 November, 1838     451 803-807
List of papers found on the Prisoners taken by
Lieut. Leary, 14 November, 1838     451 809-812
Speech   by   Lieutenant   Governor   printed   in
Upper Canada Gazette, 16 November, 1838..    451 784-785
Arthur to Fox, 15 November, 1838     451 815-826
Deposition of George Rykert, 7 November, 1838.   451 833-844
Speech    by    Lieutenant    Governor    in    Upper
Canada Gazette [3 copies]     451 784-785
15 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 90     451 845
Inclosing—
Turner to Foster, 9 November, 1838     451 849-853
Reede to Commanding Officer, 8 November, 1838.   451 855-856
McGibbon to Turner, 10 November, 1838     451 863-866
Fraser to Turner, 10 November, 1838     451 859-861
Turner to Arthur, 10 November, 1838...   ....    451 871-874
Turner to Arthur, 11 November, 1838     451 867-869
20 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 91     451 875-S94
Inclosing—
Dunn to Macaulay, 31 July, 1838     451 915
[Baring Bros. & Co.] to Dunn, 20 October, 1837.    451 917-920
[Baring Bros. & Co.] to Dunn, 14 June, 1838..    451 921-926
Dunn to Macaulay, 8 August, 1838     451 927-934
Dunn to Macaulay, 29 September, 1838     451 935-938
Minutes of Council, 9 August, 1838     451 939-954
24 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 92     451 955-962
Inclosing—
After District General Order, 19 November, 1838   451 999
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary,
24 November, 1838     451   1021-1023
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary,
20 November, 1838     451   1011-1012
After District General Order [Duplicate], 19
November, 1838     451 999
Dundas to Arthur, 15 November, 1838     451 975-982
Dundas to Foster, 18 November, 1838     451 983-990
Young to Halkett, 14 November, 1838     451 991-998
After District Genereal Order [Triplicate], 19
November, 1838     451 ggg
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Copy of Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary
[Duplicate], 24 November, 1838  451 1021-1023
Sandom to Arthur, 18 November, 1838  451 1003-1010
24 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg  451 1029-1036
Inclosing—
Airey to Arthur, 17 November, 1838. ...*... 451 1043-1054
Airey to Halkett, 20 November, 1838  451 1055-1056
[Unsigned] to Airey (undated)  451 1059-1061
Unsigned letter, dated 18 November, 1838... 451 1063-1066
[Whiting] to [Airey], 17 November, 1838... 451 1067-1074
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary
[Duplicate], 20 November, 1838  451 1011-1012
Prince to Bullock, 17 November, 1838  451 1075-1078
Booth to Arthur, 20 November, 1838  451 1079-1082
De Rottenburg to Arthur, 17 November, 1838. 451 1083-1090
28 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 95     451   1129-1130
Inclosing—
Arthur's reply to the Clergy of the Established Church of England     451   1139-1140
Address from Clergy of the Established Church
of Upper Canada to Arthur     451   1141-1142
Arthur's reply to Address from Clergy of the
Established Church of Upper Canada     451   1143-1146
29 Nov.,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 96     451   1151-1154
1 Dec,   1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 98     452 5-8
Inclosing—
Report  of  Council  on  case  of William  and
James Lesslie, 27 July, 1838     452 9-16
2 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg (Confidential)     452 17-18
4 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 99     452 21-24
Inclosing—
Arthur to Fox, 4 December, 1838     452 25-42
4 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 101     452 83-84
4 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 100     452 45-48
Inclosing—
Proceedings  of  Court  Marital,  3  December,
1838     452 51-82
7 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 104     452 97-100
Inclosing—
Petition of John Barnhardt, 15 March, 1838.    452       101-112
Certificate from Chesley in favour of Barnhardt, 22 February, 1837     452       117-122
Indenture between Chiefs of St. Regis Indians and William Gray and G. Barnhardt, 10 February, 1805 or 6     452       123-133
Deed of Revocation, 21 May, 1811     452       137-141
Certificate from Thompson in' favour of Barnhardt, 16 March, 1838     452 145
Certificate from Chisholm, 16 March, 1838...    452 147
Certificate from Farran, 6 October, 1838....    452 149
Minute of Council, 11 October, 1838     452       113-116 28 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
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18 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg (Confidential)  452 307-318
Inclosing—
Prince to Airey, 5 December, 1838  452 319-330
Halkett to Chichester, 10 December, 1838.... 452 331-336
13 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 105  452 153-172
Inclosing—
District General Order, 10 December, 1838... 452 181
Airey to Assistant Adjutant General, 4 December, 1838  452 185-192
Upper    Canada    Gazette    Extraordinary,    13
December, 1838  452 229-281
Murphy to O'Bierne, 9 November, 1838  452 201-212
Latimer to O'Bierne, 22 November, 1838.... 452 193-200
Putnam to Reynolds, 24 November, 1838.... 452 213-214
S. A. Putnam to W. Putnam, 27 November,
1838.  452 214-216
Bierce to                         , 12 November, 1838.. 452 216
Order from Bierce to Putnam, 29 August, 1838 452 217
McLeod to Harvey, 9 November, 1838  452 217
McLeod to Gentlemen Hunters, 17 July, 1838. 452 218
G. E. B. to Putnam, 28 October, 1838  452 218
Crawford to Putnam  452 219-220
Unsigned Letter, dated 1 Dec, 1838  452 220-221
Suggestions  452 222-228
Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary [Duplicate], 13 December, 1838  452 229-281
Von Schoultz-Warren Green, 7 December, 1838 452 249-254
08 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 106  452 233-244
Inclosing—
McDonell to Macaulay, 9 December, 1838.... 452 247-248
Von Schoultz to Arthur, 1 Dec, 1838  452 255-262
Proceedings of Militia General Court Martial
in the case of Dorephus Abbey, 5 December, 1838  Unidentified
Proceedings of Militia General Court Martial
in the case of Daniel George, 5 December, 1838  Unidentified
Proceedings of Militia General Court Martial
in the case of Martin Woodruff, 10 December, 1838  Unidentified
General principles put before Council by Lieutenant Governor, 8 December, 1838  452 263-273
Minute in Council, 8 December, 1838  452 275-282
Sherwood to Arthur, 10 December, 1838..   .. 452 283-293
Macaulay, &c, to Arthur, 8 December, 1838.. 452 295-306
14 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 107  452 387-344
Inclosing—
Macaulay to Maitland, 10 November, 1888... 452 345-346
Memorandum from Macaulay, 10 November,
!838  452 347 MISCELLANEOUS 3*to    .. ] < 29
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15 Dec, 1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 108  452 353-356
Inclosing—
Petition from Chandler to the Queen, 30 November, 1838  452 357-358
17 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 109  452 361-364
18 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 110  452 513-516
18 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. Ill  452 543-550
Inclosing—
Montreal to Arthur, 20 November, 1838  452 551-574
Arthur to B. of Montreal, 18 November, 1838. 452 575-586
Strachan to Arthur, 14 May, 1838  452 587-614
13 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 112  452 615-618
Inclosing—
Deposition of Losee, 6 December, 1838  452 635-639
Petition of Nancy Bedford  452 619-633
18 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 113  452 641-644
Inclosing—
Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary, 13 December, 1838     452 645
19 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 114     452       651-654
Inclosing—
Statement of Prisoners' tried by Court Martial
at Fort Henry     452       655-656
19 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 115     452       659-666
22 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 117     452       685-692
Inclosing—
Deposition of Heli Chamberlain, 22 December,
1838     452       755-766
31 Dec,  1838.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 118     452       775-778
Inclosing—
Return of names  and quality  or station of
Prisoners for High Treason, with particulars of their charges and trials, 8 May,
1838    452       779-798
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Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches (12).
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1 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 1  456 5-12
- Inclosing—
Schedule of Inclosure No. 1,1 January, 1839.. 456 8
Tucker to Dix, 1 January, 1839  456       119-126
Tucker to Converse, 17 December, 1838  456       111-118
Petition to Arthur from the Citizens of Albany,
21 December, 1838  456 95-102
Deposition of David Newcomb in favour of
Daniel Sweatman, 22 December, 1838... 456       103-105
Deposition of J. W. Hinckley in favour  of
Sweatman, 22 December, 1838  456       107-110
Dix to Arthur, 22 December, 1838  456 93-94
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Petition from Inhabitants of the Town of Lyme
to Arthur, 13 December, 1838  456 87-92
Minute of Council, 31 December, 1838  456 63-74
Minute for the Executive Council, 1 January,
1839 '  456 75-82
Minute of Council, 24 December, 1838  456 35-45
Minute of Council, 26 December, 1838..   .. 456 47-55
Proceedings at six Militia General Court Mar-
tials at Fort Henry, 26 November, 1838.. Unidentified
List   of   requirements, for   service   of   Upper
Canada  Unidentified
2 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 2  456 127-138
2 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 3  456 159-166
Inclosing—
Proceedings of Court Martial in the case of
Hiram B. Lynn, 21 December, 1838..   .. Unidentified
Minute  of Executive  Council,  31 December,
1838  456 191-194
Sherwood to Arthur, 28 December, 1838..   .. 456 195-199
Hagerman to Arthur, 31 December, 1838.... 456 201-204
2 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 4  456 205-208
Inclosing—
Extract of letter from Inhabitant of Detroit to
a Gentleman of Toronto, 26 December, 1838 456 217-220
Ermatinger to Berezy, 26 December, 1838.... 456 209-210
I. C. G. to Bela Shaw, 4 December, 1838.... 456 210-214
I. C. G. to Ermatinger  456 215-216
Printed copy of The Patriot, containing letter
from Justice Jones to John Fine, 17 December, 1838  456 221-222
4 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 5  456 223-226
Inclosing—
Minute of Executive Council, 3 January, 1839. 456 235-238
Petition of Daniel Bedford  456 239-242
Statement by Draper, 9 April, 1838  Unidentified
Minute of Executive Council in the case of
Albert Clarke, 4 January, 1839  456 243-260
4 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 6  456 251-254
24 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 7  456 255-264
31 Jan.,   1839.—Copy of Upper Canada Gazette  Unidentified
29 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 8  456 283-286
Inclosing—
Minnie of Executive Council, 26 January, 1839 456 289-300
29 Jan.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 9  456 301-304
5 Feb.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 12  456 355-366
Inclosing—
Minutes   of  Executive   Council,  4  February,
1839  456 427-443
Minutes  of Executive  Council,  2   February,
1839  456 415-426
5 Feb.,   1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 14  456 467-469
Inclosing—
Archibshop of Canterbury, 5 February, 1839.. 456 475-488 MISCELLANEOUS
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839.
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1839
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1839.
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1839
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1839.
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1839.
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1839
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1839
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1839
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1839
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1839
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1839
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1839
27 Feb.,
1839
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1839
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1839
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1839.
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1839
5 Mar.,  1839,
Vol.
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 15  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 17  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 18  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 20  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 21.'.  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 22  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 24  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 26  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 27  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 28  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 30  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 31  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 33  456
Inclosing—
Arthur to Gray, 19 February, 1839  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 34  456
Inclosing—
Arthur to Colborne, 14 February, 1839 .... 456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 35  456
Inclosing—
Strachan to Macaulay, 20 February, 1839.. .. 456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 36  456
Inclosing—
Arthur to Colborne, No. 7, 20 February, 1839. 456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 37  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 38  456
Inclosing—
Macaulay to Buchannan, 21 February, 1839.. 456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 39  456
Inclosing—
Macaulay to Jones, 4 February, 1839  456
Jones to Macaulay, 4 February, 1839...... 456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 41  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 42  456
Inclosing—
Arthur's  Address  to  Legislature,  printed  in
Upper Canada Gazette, 27 February, 1839. 456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 43  456
-Arthur to Glenelg (Private)  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 44  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 45  456
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 46  456
-Arthur to Glenelg (Private)  457.
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 48  457
Inclosing—
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette, 14 February,
1839  457
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 49  457
Inclosing—
Minute   of  Executive  Council,  28  February,
1839  457
Minute  of  Executive  Council,  28  February,
1839  467
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•Arthur to Glenelg, No. 50    457 71-78
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 52     457       107-134
Inclosing—
MaeDonell to Macaulay, 24 February, 1839..    457       135-143
Colborne to Fraser (No. 1), 1 November, 1838.   457       145-148
■Arthur to Glenelg, No. 53     457       149-152
Inclosing—
Address from the Legislative Council to Arthur
in answer to his Speech from the Throne,
5 March, 1839     457       163-182
Arthur's reply to Address from the Législative
Council in answer to his Speech from the
Throne     457       183-186
Address from  Subjects of Upper  Canada to
Arthur     457       187-196
Arthur's reply to Address from Subjects  of
Upper Canada     457       197-200
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 54     457       203-250
Inclosing—
Fraser   to   Assistant   Military   Secretary,   11
March, 1839     457       313-316
Arthur to Colborne, 12 July, 1838     457       299-306
Fraser to Assistant Military Secretary [Duplicate], 11 March, 1839     457       313-316
Arthur to Colborne, 8 July, 1838     457       271-282
Cummings to Halkett, 30 October, 1838     457       263-266
General Order, 26 October, 1838     457       267-270
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 55     457       317-320
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 56     457       321-324
Inclosing—
Rowan to Arthur, 23 February, 1839     457 333
Routh to Rowan, 21 February, 1839     457       335-337
Deposition of Richard Scobel (undated)..   ..    457       341-344
Deposition of Matthew Rourke, 16 February,
1839     457       339-340
Arthur to Colborne (No. 9)     457       345-356
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 57     457       365-368
Inclosing—
Neilson to Macaulay, 27 February, 1839..   ..    457       371-376
•Arthur to Glenelg, No. 58     457       377-380
Inclosing—
Members of Legislative Council to Macaulay,
8 March, 1839     457       393-396
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 59     457       397-402
Inclosing—
Memorial of William Forsyth     457       409-i28
Minute   of   Executive   Council,   10   January,
1839     457       429-440
Hagerman to Macaulay, 19 February, 1839..    457       441-444
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 60     457       445-448
Inclosing—
McNabb to Macaulay, 2 March, 1839     457       451-454
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 61     457       465-472
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Arthur to Glenelg, No. 62  457 473-476
Inclosing
Arthur to Colborne, No. 4, 14 February, 1839. 457 485-488
Colborne to Arthur, 2 March, 1839  457 489-490
Ogden to Goldie, 1 March, 1839  457 491-494
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 63, 15 March, 1839  457 497-498
Inclosing
Arthur to Colborne, No. 8, 9 March, 1839... 457 509-525
Ridout to Macaulny, 28 February, 1839  457 529-536
Arthur to Glenelg, No. 64  457 537-544
•Arthur to Glenelg, No. 65  457 553-556
■Arthur to Glenelg, No. 66  457 597-610
Inclosing
Letter from 13 persons to Arthur with printed
account of the Battle of Windsor  457 627-630
Airey to Halkett, 14 March, 1839  457 631-634
Precis of Evidence before Court of Enquiry on
Windsor Prisoners  457 635-646
Report and Opinion, 14 March, 1839  457 647-652
Militia General Order, 20 March, 1839  457
Bullock to Elliott, 20 March, 1839..  ..  ,.  .. 457 653-660
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 67  457 661-668
Inclosing
Resolutions of the subject of a Union of the
Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, 27
March, 1839  457       669-670
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 68  457       677-680
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 69  457       687-690
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 70  457       691-699
-Arthur to Glenelg (Confidential)  457       719-726
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Vol, Pages.
2 April, 1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 72  458 5-8
2 April, 1839.—Arthur to Glenelg, No. 73  458 9-16
Inclosing
Hagerman to Macaulay, 20 February, 1839.. 458 21-24
Sherwood to Macaulay, 2 March, 1839  458 25-26
Macaulay, &c, to Macaulay, 27 February, 1839. 458 27-34
2 April, 1839.—Arthur to Glenelg (Private)  458 35-58
Inclosing—
Arthur to Fox, 12 March, 1839  458 75-86
Macaulay to Dundas, 26 March, 1839  458 87-94
Macaulay to Hamilton, 27 March, 1839  458 95-103
Tucker to Secretary of State for the State of
New York, 28 March, 1839  458 103-110
Minutes bf Council, 16 March, 1839  458 111-113 34
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3 April, 1839,
3 April, 1839,
3 April, 1839,
5 April, 1839,
10 April,
1839
10 April,
1839
11 April,
1839
11 April,
1839
11 April,
1839
11 April,
1839
11 April,
1839
11 April,
1839
12 April, 1839,
12 April, 1839,
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Names of eighty-two prisoners referred to in
the foregoing Report  458 116—118
[Extract from letter from Airey, 27 March,
1838]  458 119-122
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 75  458 131-134
Inclosing—
Printed copy of the Christian Guardian, 27
February, 1839  458 159-162
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 76  458 163-166
Inclosing—
Baldwin to Macaulay (1), 9 March, 1839.... 458 167-168
Macaulay to Baldwin (2), 11 March 1839.... 458 171-172
Small and Baldwin to Macaulay (3), 11 March.
1839  458 175-176
Macaulay to Small and Baldwin (4), 18 March,
1839  458 179-180
Hagerman, &c, to Tucker (5), 15 March, 1839. 458 183-185
Minute in Council (6), 16 March, 1839  458 187-190
List of Documents forming the Enclosure to
Sir G. Arthur's No. 76, 3 April, 1839... Unidentified
-Arthur to Glenelg, No. 77  458 191-199
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 78  458 207-211
Inclosing—
Minute of Executive Council, 10 May, 1838.. 458 255-280
Kerr to Rowan, 18 March 1833  458 281-282
Farley to Rowan, 6 May, 1833  458 283-286
Memorial of Margaret Farley, 9 October, 1837. 458 219-232
McMahon to Farley, 2 June, 1832  458 235-237
Goderich to Colborne, 12 May, 1832  458 239-242
Rowan to Farley, 27 April, 1833  458 243-244
Wright to Rowan, 13 April, 1833  458 247-254
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 79  458 287-290
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 80  458 475-476
Inclosing—
MacDonell to Macaulay, 6 April, 1839  458 479-482
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 81  458 483-490
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 82  458 491-494
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 83  458 495-498
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 84  458 499-502
-Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)  458 531-534
-Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)  458 503-516
Inclosing—
Copy of Address from House of Assembly to
Arthur printed in Upper Canada Gazette,
10 April, 1839  45g 537
-Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)  458 543-546
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 85:  45g 547-550
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 86  45g 571-578
Inclosing—
Report of Commissioners appointed to investigate the claims of Inhabitants for losses
sustained during Rebellion, 23 February,
1839 •' 458 579-660 MISCELLANEOUS
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Pages.
12 April,
1839.-
458
661-680
Inclosing—
Resolutions passed by Legislative Council.. ..
458
697
Bill passed by House of Assembly nominating
McNab and Merritt as representatives in
458
699-702
Committee's Report on Clergy Reserves..   ..
458
707-710
Resolutions passed by the Select Committee on
458
711-712
Bill to declare the power of Rectors, &c	
458
729-730
Bill to re-invest in Her Majesty the lands set
458
731-734
Arthur to House of Assembly, 8» April, 1839..
458
735
Arthur to Fox, 22 October, 1838	
458
735
Fox to Adron Vail, 3 November, 1838	
458
735-737
Forsyth to Fox, 15 November, 1838	
458
737-738
Fox to Arthur, 30 November, 1838	
458
738
15 April,
1839.-
Inclosing—
458
739-740
Resolutions passed by Legislative Council.  ..
458
741-746
15 April,
1839.-
Inclosing—
458
747-754
Coventry to Sullivan, No. 1, 7 March, 1839...
458
755
Sullivan to Macaulay, No. 2, 11 March, 1839..
458
756-759
Macaulay to Jarvis, No. 3, 11 March, 1839. ..
458
760-761
Jarvis to Winniett, No. 4, 12 March, 1839...
458
762-764
Winniett to Jarvis, No. 5, 3 April, 1839..  ..
458
765
Jarvis to Coventry, No. 6, 7 April, 1839..  ..
458
766-769
Coventry to Jarvis, No. 7, 10 April, 1839.  ..
458
770-774
17 April,
1839.-
458
775-782
20 April,
1839.-
458
803-816
18 April,
1839.-
Inclosing—
458
829-837
458
845-848
Macaulay to Sherwood, 1 February, 1839..  ..
458
849-851
Sherwood to Macaulay, 11 February, 1839.  ..
458
853
Medical Report on Sherwood, 8 February, 1839.
458
855-857
Macaulay -to Hagerman, 11 March, 1839..   ..
458.
861-862
Hagerman to Macaulay, 13 March, 1839..  ..
458
865-866
458
869-872
Sullivan to Macaulay, 30 March, 1839	
458
873-877
Head to Sullivan, 17 March, 1839	
458
879-882
25 April,
1839.-
458
911-912
25 April,
25 April,
1839.-
458
915-918
1839,
—Arthur to Normanby, No. 97	
458
945-948
12 April,
1839,
Unidentified
7 May,
1839.-
Inclosing—
Address from Legislative Council and House
459
5-8
of Assembly to the Queen, 10 April, 1839.
459
9-12
Address from Legislative Council and House
of Assembly to the Queen, 11 April, 1839.
459
9-12 y/fP
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8 May,  1839,
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8 May,  1839,
»SS»
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13 May,  1839,
13 May,  1839,
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Vol. Pages.
Arthur to Legislative Council and House of
Assembly.     459 13
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 99     459 19-22
Inclosing—
Arthur to Fox, 2 May, 1839     459 31-42
Baldwin to Hugunin, 23 April, 1839     459 43-46
[Baldwin to Thyam in Vol. 459.]
Tucker to Starkweather, 25 April, 1839     459 59-66
Tucker to Jones, 25 April, 1839     459 47-50
Starkweather to Tucker, 29 April, 1839     459 67-71
Arthur to Normanby, No. 100     459 95-102
Inclo|ing—
Spencer to Tucker, 29 April, 1839. ."■     459       115-120
Tucker to Spencer, 22 April, 1839     459       109-113
Arthur to Normanby, No. 101     459       121-132
Inclosing—
Tucker to Spencer. 6 May, 1839     459       161-168
Tucker to Griffin, 6 May, 1839     459       157-160
Griffin to Tucker, 6 May, 1839     459       141-156
Arthur to Normanby, No. 102     459 277
Inclosing—
Joint Addreses from both Houses to the Queen,
No. 1, 6 May, 1839     459       277-278
Joint Address from both Houses to the Queen,
No. 2, 18 April and 6 May, 1839     459 278
Joint Address from both Houses to the Queen,
No. 4, 25 April, 1839     459       279-280
Joint Address from both Houses to the Queen,
No. 5 [4 May, 1839]     459 280
Joint Address from both Houses to the Queen,
No. 6 [27 April, 1839]     459 280
Joint Address from both Houses to the Queen,
No. 7 [11 May, 1839]     459       251-252
-Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)     459       169-184
Inclosing—
Prince to Chichester, 19 December, 1838..  ..    459       189-212
Arthur to Airey, 4 November, 1838     459       213-224
Halkett to Airey, 5 April, 1839     459       225-228
Airey to Halkett, 9 April 1839     459       229-240
Arthur to Normanby, No. 103     459       287-290
Arthur to Normanby, No. 104     459       315-318
Inclosing—
Copy of the Governor's Speech at the closing
of Parliament, printed in Upper Canada
Gazette, 11 May, 1839     459 3^9
Arthur to Normanby, No. 106.     459       353-356
Inclosing—
Arthur to Colborne, No. 23, 13 May, 1839...    459       357-360
Arthur to Normanby, No. 108   ..    459       461-465
Inclosing—
Report on the Bills passed by the Legislative
Council and House of Assembly     459       505-520 MISCELLANEOUS 37
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Vol. Pages.
Schedule of Bills passed during the 4th Session
of the 13th Parliament* 5 June, 1839...    459 497-504
14 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)     459 543-546
Inclosing—
Secretaries of Wesleyan Missionary Society to
Arthur, 8 February, 1839     469 551-558
Alder to Stinson, 14 January, 1839     459 559-578
14 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. Ill     459       623-624
14 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 112     459       627-629
18 May, 1839.—Arthur to Normanby (Private)    459       657-660
18 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 113     469       633-640
18 May,  1889.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 114     459       661-664
18 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 115     459       665-668
18 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 117 '459       695-696
Inclosing—
Resolutions passed by House of Assembly.. ..    459       697-698
18 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 118     459       703-714
Inclosing—
Tucker to Arthur, 14 May, 1839     459       723-724
Comparative view of conditions annexed to
the Cession of Casual and Territorial Revenue and terms of the surrender     459       725-728
Amendments proposed by Legislative Council
to Bill respecting Casual and Territorial
Revenue, 14 May, 1839     459       743-750
House of Assembly to Legislative Council, 15
May, 1839     459       751-752
Resolutions passed by House of Assembly, 15
May, 1839     459       753-756
Certificate of the Clerk of the House of Assembly, 13 May, 1839     459       759-766
20 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 119     459       767-782
Jnclosing—
Memorial of Charles Coxwell Small to Normanby, 17 May, 1839    459       795-798
Return of Clerk of the Crown and pleas for
the year 1838     459       799-802
Report from Select Committee on Returns
from Clerk of the Crown and other Officers,
with Bill accompanying the Report     459       803-818
20 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 120     459       819-834
21 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 121     459       835-839
- Inclosing—
Colborne to Arthur, 18 May, 1839  459 841-846
Arthur to Colborne, 25 May, 1839  459 847-851
Macaulay to Jones, 27 May, 1839  459 855-857
22 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 122  459 859-862
23 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, Reserved Bill  459 863-874
24 May,  1839.—Tucker to Jones, 9 May, 1839  459 945-947
•Numbered and arranged differently in Vol. 459. 38
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24 May,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 124     459       903-910
Inclosing—
Memorial to the Queen from Commissioners of
St. Lawrence Canal, 4 May, 1839     459
927-943
Jm£'.
ml
5 June,  1839,
6 June, 1839,
7 June,  1839.
No. 50.
Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches (14).
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Arthur to Normanby, No. 125  460 9-16
Arthur to Normanby, No. 126  460 21-32
Inclosing—
Griffin to Tucker, 14 May, 1839  460 47-56
Spencer to Tucker, 13 May, 1839  460 57-62
Arthur to Normanby, No. 127  460 63-66
Inclosing—
Schedule   of   Documents   accompanying   Despatch No. 127  460 69
Macaulay to Marshall and Young, 13 April,
1839  Unidentified
Young to Macaulay, 15 April, 1839  460 77-79
Young to Macaulay, 15 April, 1839  460 79-80
Depositions sworn before Magistrates at investigation of cause of firing on Steamboat United States  460 81-91
Macaulay to Young, 19 April, 1839  460 92-94
Marshall to Macaulay, 16 April, 1839  459 97-100
Young to Halkett, 18 April, 1839  460 101-102
Fraser and Clark to Young, 17 April, 1839.. 460 102-104
Circular from Tucker, 20 April, 1839  Unidentified
7 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 128  460 105-108
Inclosing—
Tucker to Arthur, 22 May, 1839     460       109-112
Statement of the new matter contained in the
Blue Book for 1838    460       113-116
8 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 129     460       121-124
Inclosing—
Strachan to Macaulay, 20 May, 1839     460       125-128
Macaulay to Strachan, 20 May, 1839     460       129-132
8 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 130     460       133-144
Inclosing—
Resolution of the Legislative Council, 11 May,
1839     460       145-146
8 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 131     460       149-226
Inclosing—
Tabular Statements A, B, C, D, E     460       241-247
Arthur to Normanby, No. 132     460       255-274
Arthur to Normanby, No. 134     460       877-432
Inclosing—
An Act to provide for the Advancement of
Education  in  this  Province   (Chap.  X),
11 May, 1839     CO. 44, Vol. 60, No. 1165
8 June,  1839.
8 June, 1839, MISCELLANEOUS 39
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
An Act to authorize the erection of an Asylum
(Chap. XI)  [unfinished], 11 May, 1839..
... .0 O. 44, Vol. 60, No. 1166
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Proceedings in Legislature of Upper Canada
on subject of Lands for Schools by order
of House of Assembly 11 May, 1839.... 460 501-541
Letter from Bursar of Kings College, with
Abstracts of accounts of Kings and Upper
Canada Colleges for 1836, 1837 and 1838.    460       479-500
8 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 136     460       719-736
8 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 137     460       747-750
8 June,  1889.—Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)	
20 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 139     460       809-818
Inclosing—
Hagerman to Tucker, 10 June, 1839     460       825-828
25 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 140     460       829-833
Inclosing—
CO. 45.
Vol. Pages.
Arthur to House of Assembly, 12 March, 1839.   204 40r
Schedule   of   Despatches   from   Secretary   of
State, &c     204 40s
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
FitzGibbon to Arthur, 25 May, 1839     460       843-866
FitzGibbon to Arthur, 11 March, 1839     460       867-870
25 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 141     460       871-878
Inclosing—
Rowan to Halkett, 12 October, 1838  460 887-888
Account of Thomas Merritt  460 889
Memorandum from Board of Claims, 6 September, 1838  460 891-894
Memorandum of an Agreement between Capt.
Drew and Thomas Merritt, 12 April, 1839. 460 895-902
26 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 143  460 951-954
26 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 144  460 955-958
26 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 145  460 959-966
Inclosing—
Address from House of Assembly to Arthur,
11 May, 1839     460       967-970
29 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 146     464 5-12
Inclosing—
Tucker to Eliot, 21 June, 1839     464       753-772
Aire^s explanatory notes on the Petition of
Eliot and others..'     464       773-787
. Hagerman and Draper to Macaulay, 23 May,
1839  464  105-112
List   of  Documents   appended  to  Minute   of
Council, 20 April, 1839  Unidentified
Minute of Council, 20 June, 1839     464       113-160
Petition from Loyal Subjects to Arthur     464       161-191 40 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Deposition  of Benjamin  Cheeseman  (A),  13
April, 1839..     464       193-198
Deposition of Robert Mercer  (B),  15 April,
1839     464       201-216
Deposition of J. G. Watson (C), 16 April, 1838 464 217-238
Deposition  of Thomas  Jones   (D), 17 April,
1839 :    464       241-247
Deposition  of   Charles  Eliot   (E),   16  April,
1839     464       249-265
Deposition of William Elliott  (F), 13 April,
1839     464       269-274
Deposition of James Dougall  (G), 16 April,
1839     464       277-308
Deposition of John Cowan (H), 16 April, 1839 464 309-356
Deposition of Francois  Baby   (I),  17 April,
1839     464       357-373
Deposition of Charles Baby (J), 17 April, 1839 464 377-404
Deposition of George Tyas (K), 16 April, 1839. 464 405-407
Deposition of Charles Anderson (L), 13 April,
1839     464       409-423
Deposition of Charles Anderson, 26 February,
1839     464       425-428
Deposition of William Robert Wood (M), 16
April, 1839     464       429-462
Deposition of Jean Baptiste  St. Louis   (N),
13 April, 1839     464       465-470
Deposition of William Johnson (O), 5 February, 1839     464       473-476
Prince to Chichester, 19 December, 1838..   ..    464       481-505
• Halkett to Airey, February, 1839     464       509-511
Airey to Witnesses in the ease of Prince, 15
• February, 1839     464        513-515
Proceedings   of   Court   of   Inquiry   for   the
purpose   of  inquiring  into  printed  paper
'Battle of Windsor'     464       517-694
Report and Opinion, 14 March, 1839     464       749-752
Airey to Halkett, 14 March, 1839     464       745-747
29 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 147     460       981-984
29 June,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby (Private)     460       973-975
Memorial of Edward Blake to Arthur, 27 June,
1839     460   1201-1207
License from Bishop of Quebec to Blake.. .. 460 1209-1211
Memorial of B. Cronyn to Arthur, 15 June,,
1839     460   1185-1193
Declaration by Cronyn before the Bishop of
Quebec     460   1195-1198
Arthur to Normanby, No. 148     460   1177-1184
[Enclosures placed before Despatch No. 148.] MISCELLANEOUS
41
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
No.
51.
•
Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches
(15).
CO. 42.
VoL
Pages.
1 July,
1839,
—Arthur to Normanby,
Inclosing—
No
150	
461
217-220
Tucker to Clerk
of the District of —
t
25
June, 1839
Unidentified
Arthur to Magistrates
of District of -
24
1 July,
1839,
461
461
227-232
235-238
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
151	
2 July,
1839,
—Arthur to Normanby
(Confidential)....
461
239-246
Inclosing—
Extract from letter from Derbyshire,
22 June,
3 July,
1839,
1839	
461
461
263-270
271-274
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
152	
8 July,
1839,
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
153	
461
293-296
9 July,
1839,
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
154	
461
297-300
10 July,
16 July,
1839,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby,
—Arthur to Normanby,
Inclosing—
No.
No.
155	
461
461
301-304
341-344
157	
Statement of Pu
blic
Debt of Upper
Canada,
31 May, 1839. .
Unidentified
[Note in Vol. 15
says, ' The enclosed Return,
No. 21, was
not
sent with the
Original
Despatch.]
18 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
158	
461
375-378
26 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
159	
461
379-382
26 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby.
461
435-438
27 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby,
Inclosing—
No.
161	
461
439-442
Petition of United S;
mod of the Presbyter
an
Church to the Queen, 28 June, 1839..
461
449-450
27 July,
1839-
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
162	
461
453-454
27 July,
27 July,
1839.-
1839.-
r-Arthur to Normanby,
—Arthur to Normanby,
No.
No.
163	
461
461
461-472
497-498
164	
Inclosing—
Manners to Tuck<
jr, 7
July, 1839. ,  ,
461
487-492
Bethune to Claris
e, 22 June, 1839. .
461
493-496
Derbyshire to Arthur
, 22 June, 1839
461
477-485
27 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby,
Inclosing—
No.
165	
461
505-512
Spencer to Tucker, 13 July, 1839, .
461
519-530
Hagerman to Harrison, 23 July, 1839
461
531-542
27 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby,
Inclosing—
No.
166	
461
543-550
Phillips to Arthur, 11
July, 1839
461
575-576
Harrison to Phill
ips,
22 July, 1839. .
461
577-580
27 July,
1839.-
—Arthur to Normanby.
461
837-840
Inclosing—
Address   of   the
Provincial   Legislature
to
Arthur, U M
461
841
27 July,
1839.-
-Arthur to Normanby,
No.
167	
461
581-584 SHS 'f'!
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27 July,
27 July,
27 July,
29 July,
29 July,
21 Aug.,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 168     461       585-588
Inclosing—
Memorial from A. F. Atkinson to Arthur....    461       601-612
1839—Arthur to Normanby, No. 169     461       613-620
Inclosing—
Report of the Attorney General on the Acts of
of  the  4th   Session,  13th  Parliament,  1
July, 1839     461       643-734
1839—Arthur to Normanby, No. 170     461       735-754
Inclosing—
Sandom to Arthur (1), 4 July, 1839     461       759-763
McClure's Statement to Sandom, 4 July, 1839.    461       767-774
Narrative of Willoughby (2), 6 July, 1839..    461       775-782
Tucker to Sandom (3), 6 July, 1839     461       783-788
Sandom to Arthur (4), 6 July, 1839     461       789-792
Worth to Sandom (5), 3 July, 1839     461       793-796
Tucker to Sandom, 6 July, 1839     461       797-800
Tucker to Spencer (6), 6 July, 1839     461       801-808
Arthur to Fox (7), 6 July, 1839     461       809-824
Spencer to Tucker (8), 10 July, 1839     461       825-828
Hagerman to Harrison, 23 July, 1839  Unidentified
Sherman to Cartwright, 17 July, 1839     461       829-832
Report from Judge of Jefferson  County,  17
July, 1839     461       833-836
1839.—Arthur to Normanby (Separate)     461   1047-1052
1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 172     461       863-874
Inclosing—
Copy of Letters Patent commuting the death
sentence   passed   on   certain   persons   for
High Treason, 27 July, 1839     461       901-909
Return of Convicts to be Transported, 27 July,
1839     461       895-900
•   Copy of Letters Patent commuting the death
sentence passed on persons for invading
the Province at Sandwich, 27 July, 1839..    461       913-922
Arthur to Jones, 27 July, 1839     461       923-926
Judge's    Order   for   the   Transportation    of
William Highland, 29 July, 1839     461       927-938
Harrison to Attorney General, 28 July, 1839.    461       939-943
Hagerman to Harrison, 28 July, 1839     461       945-950
Tucker to Colonial Secretary, 29 July, 1839..    461       951-958
List of 82 Convicts to be transported to Van
Diemen's Land, 27 July, 1839     461       959-963
Warrant to the Commander of H.M.S. Buffalo
to  transport   convicts   to  Van   Diemen's
Land, 27 July, 1839.'     461       965-972
1S39.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 174     462 5-20
Inclosing—
List of Petitions presented in favour of Lount
and Matthews, 21 August, 1839     462 23
Address of 4,850 Inhabitants of West Hambro'
and Townships to Arthur     462 29-32
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43
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
21 Aug.,   1889,
21 Aug.,   1839,
27 Aug.,   1889,
21 Aug.,   1839.
27 Aug.,   1839,
. 3 Sept.,  1839.-
6 Sept.,  1839,
9 Sept,  1839.-
9 Sept.,  1839.-
10 Sept., 1839.—.
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
■Arthur to Normanby, No. 175  462 87-44
-Arthur to Normanby, No. 176  462 53-77
Inclosing—
Sandom to Arthur, 10 August, 1839  462 109-111
Worth to Sandom, 5 August, 1889  462 118-114
Melhinch to Worth, 4 August, 1889  462 115-116
Sandom to Worth, 5 August, 1889  462 117-119
Sandom to Worth, 9 August, 1839  462 121-126
Fowell to Sandom, 8 August, 1839  462 127-131
Worth to Sandom, 10 August, 1839  462    ' 138-148
Sandom to Arthur, 12 August, 1839  462 145-148
Arthur to Fox, 21 August, 1839  462 101-108
T. C. Wheeler to H. L. Wheeler, 26 May, 1839. 462 155-160
Arthur to Sandom, 21 August, 1889  462 93-97
Wheeler to Richardson, 16 May, 1839  462 149-154
Arthur to Normanby, No. 177  462 175-178
-Arthur to Normanby (Private)  462 168-166
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 20 August, 1839  462 167-174
•Arthur to Normanby, No. 178  462 179-186
Arthur to Normanby, No. 180  462 267-272
Arthur to Normanby, No. 181  462 309-316
Inclosing—
Cameron to Arthur, August, 1839  462 325-331
Statements from Inhabitants of Thorah in
favour of Cameron (No. 1), 14 February, 1839  462 333-340
Report of Select Committee on the Petition of
Cameron (No. 2), 12 April, 1836  462 341-353
Appendix to Report (No. 1)  462 353-357
Ridout to Cameron, 11 March, 1826  462 357-358
Petition from Campbell and 140 others to the
King, 16 January, 1834  462 359-367
Minute of Council, 30 August, 1838  462 377-381
Minute of Council, 4 July, 1839  462 383-388
Arthur to Normanby, No. 182  462 389-392
Inclosing—
Baby to Harrison, 18 July, 1839  462 403-406
Arthur to Normanby, No. 183  462 407-414
Inclosing—
Copy  of   Upper  Canada  Gazette,  containing
Extracts   from  Normanby's   Despatch  to
Arthur, 29 August, 1839  462 415
Arthur to Normanby, No. 185  462 455-463
Inclosing—
Minute in Council on the Petition of William
Morrison, 3 April, 1834  462 471-478
Petition of W. Morrison, 28 March, 183 (?4) 5. 462 479-484
Minute of Council on Petition of W. Morrison, 26 August, 1835  462 485-494
Petition of W. Morrison, 18 November, 1837.. 462 495-502
Minute of Council, 1 August, 1839  462 502 1
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!
' ':,
...
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14 Sept., 1839 —
12 Sept.," 1839,
13 Sept., 1839,
17 Sept., 1839,
17 Sept., 1839.-
24 May, 1839,
24 Sept., 1839,
24 Sept., 1839,
24 Sept., 1839,
24 Sept.,  1839,
25 Sept.,  1839.—
27 Sept., 1839.—.
27 Sept.,  1839,
27 Sept.,  1839,
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1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Arthur to Normanby, No. 186     462       503-506
Inclosing—
Petition   of   the    President,   Directors    and
Company of the Bank of Upper Canada to
Arthur, 4 September, 1839     462       511-522
Arthur to Normanby, No. 190     462       613-624
Inclosing—
General Numerical Return of Religious Bodies
in Upper Canada, 1839     462 633
Arthur to Normanby, No. 188     462       561-565
Arthur to Normanby, No. 189     462       601-605
Arthur to Normanby, No. 191     462       655-660
Arthur to Labouchere [mentioned in Index of Vol.
462, but cannot be identified.]
Baron to Arthur  Unidentified
Arthur to Normanby, No. 192     462       689-692
Inclosing—
Solicitor General to Arthur, 6 May, 1839....    462 709
Proceedings of Militia General Court Martial,
29 April, 1839    462       718-724
Arthur to Normanby, No. 193     462       701-702
Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)     462       725-732
Arthur to Normanby, No. 194     462       733-740
Inclosing—
FitzGibbon to Arthur, 23 August, 1839     462       743-746
Robinson to Bishop  of Toronto, 14 August,
1839    462       747-751
Bishop of Toronto to FitzGibbon, 16 August,
1839    462       753-754
Arthur to Normanby, No. 196     462       825-828
Inclosing—
Declaration   of   Inhabitants    of   Guelph   to
Arthur     462       839-860
Magistrates,of Guelph to Arthur, 16 September, 1839     462       861-868
Arthur to the Magistrates of Guelph, 20 Sep-
 I   tember, 1839    462       869-872
Arthur to Normanby, No. 197     462       873-874
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 24 September, 1839     462       885-892
Arthur to Normanby, No. 198     462       893-896
Inclosing—
Arthur to Fox, 27 September, 1839    F.O. America Vol. 334
Fox to Arthur, 30 August, 1839	
Fox to Forsyth, 14 February, 1839.. ..    F.O. America Vol. 333
Fox to Forsyth, 18 March, 1839    F.O. America Vol. 333
Forsyth to Fox, 20 March, 1839     F.O. America Vol. 333
Fox to Palmerston, 20 August, 1839...    F.O. America Vol. 333
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
Arthur to Normanby, No. 199     462       905-908 MISCELLANEOUS 45
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
27 Sept.,  1839.—Arthur to Normanby (Confidential)     462       909-940
Inclosing—
Fox to Arthur, 30 August, 1839     462       969-976
Arthur to Fox, 27 September, 1839    462   1021-1082
Cummings to Civil Secretary, 16 September,
1889     462 1088
Deposition of-Ussher, Coventry and Slater as
to the burning of the Church at Chip-
pawa, 14 September, 1839     462   1035-1044
Smith to Harrison, 24 September, 1839     462   1049-1050
Statement made by S. P. Hart to the-Warden
of the Provincial Penitentiary, 23 September, 1839     462   1053-1072
Statement made by W. Baker, W. P. Wilkins
and H. Wilson to the Warden of the Provincial Penitentiary, 23 September, 1839.   462   1053-1072
Woodruff to Hincks, 26 August, 1839     462   1078-1080
Memorandum of Militia and Volunteer Troops,
&c, serving in Upper Canada, 23 September, 1839  Unidentified
Return of Embodied Militia and Volunteers,
23 September, 1839	
Arthur to Colborne, 21 September, 1839....    462   1085-1096
No. 52.
Upper Canada Duplicate Despatches (16).
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
14 Oct,   1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 200. >     463 5-16
Inclosing—
General Memorandum respecting the Brigands'
attempt to invade Upper Canada, 12 October, 1839     463 29-32
MacDonell to Tucker, 11 October, 1839     463 25-27
15 Oct.,   1839.—Arthur to Stephen     463 257
15 Oct.,   1839.—Arthur to Normanby, No. 201     463 33-41
Inclosing—
Statements made by different convicts     463       115-136
Statements by S. P. Hart, 12 October, 1839..    463       175-194
Further Statements made by S. P. Hart, 7 October, 1839     463       139-173
Sidney Jones to Arthur, 3 October, 1839....    463       195-200
Statement made to Col. Bethune    463       201-216
Lieut. Jones' Report     463       217-228
Printed Circular from the Safety Committee
Room, 18 August, 1839 - 463       229-230
Hartwell to Arthur, 8 October, 1839 1 Note in No. 36
List of leading Canadian Tyrants., J states 'these docu-
Proceedings at County Patriot Meeting, 30 tments should have
January, 1839 1 accompanied the
Sandom to Arthur, 11 October, 1839 j original despatch.'
15—12 .
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1 GEORGE V...A. 1911
CO
18 Oct.,
1839
18 Oct.,
1839
18 Oct.,
1839
18 Oct.,
1839
18 Oct.,
1839
22 Oct.,
1839
22 Oct.,   1839,
22 Oct.,   1839,
22 Oct.,   1839,
22 Oct.,   1839.—.
8 Nov.,  1839.-
8 Nov.,
9 Nov.,
9 Nov.,
11 Nov.,
11 Nov.,
1839,
1839,
1839,
1839,
1839,
11 Nov.,  1839,
11 Nov.,  1839,
15 Nov.,  1839,
Vol.
Notice of adjourned meeting, 10 October, 1839. 463
Derbishere to Harrison, 8 October, 1839  463
Arthur to Russell (Separate)  463
•Arthur to Russell, No. 202  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 203  463
Arthur to Russeell, No. 2.03  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 203 (Duplicate)  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 204  463
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 17 October, 1839  463
Minute of Council, 18 October, 1839  463
Minute of Council, 21 October, 1839  463
■Arthur to Russell, No. 204 (Duplicate)  463
Inclosing—
Minute of Council [Duplicate], 17 Oct., 1839. 463
Minute of Council [Duplicate], 18 Oct., 1839. 463
Minute of Council [Duplicate], 21 Oct., 1839. 463
Arthur to Russell, No. 205  463
Arthur to Russell (Confidential)  463
Inclosing—
Scott to Bankhead, 16 October, 1839  463
Bankhead's information on the destruction of
the Caroline, 23 October, 1839  463
Arthur to Russell (Confidential)   [Duplicate].... 463
Inclosing—
Scott to Bankhead, 16 October, 1839  463
Bankhead's Information, 23  October, 1839...- 463
Arthur to Russell, No. 206  463
Inclosing—
Sullivan to Arthur, 27 September, 1839.... 463
Members of Executive Council to Arthur, 27
September, 1839  463
Colborne to Arthur, 2 July, 1839  463
Boulton to Rowan, 2 March, 1833  463
Wright to Joseph, 11 May, 1836  463
Rowan to Le Breton, 4 September, 1835..   .. 463
Rowan to Le Breton, 12 December, 1835..   .. 463
Le Breton to Joseph, 27 September, 1836..  .. 463
Joseph to Le Breton, 20 January, 1837  463
Draper to Arthur, 17 October, 1839  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 207  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 208  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 209..  .. •  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 211  453
Arthur to Russell, No. 212  453
Inclosing—
Sullivan to Macaulay, 21' May, 1839  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 213  453
Arthur to Russell, No. 214  463
Inclosing—
Arthur to Thomson, 9 November, 1839  463
Arthur to Russell, No. 215  453
42.
Pages.
235-240
241-256
281-284
265-268
285-300
285-300
285-300
307-310
319-320
321
323-358
307-310
319-320
321
323-358
359-362
363-370
373-376
379-386
363-370
373-376
379-386
387-414
455-461
447-454
487-490
463-465
471-477
467-468
469
479-480
483-484
491-502
503-506
515-516
523-526
541-542
549-556
557-580
581-584
589-596
603-646
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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
16 Nov.,   1839.
16 Nov.,  1839,
16 Nov.,  1839,
18 Nov.,  1839,
■"20 Nov.,  1839,
21 Nov.,  1839,
^22 Nov.,  1839,
11 Nov.,  1839,
6 Nov.,  1839,
12 Nov.,  1839,
15-.12*
-Arthur to Russell, No. 216	
-Arthur to Russell, No. 218	
Inclosing—
Le Breton to Tucker, 15 October, 1839	
Memorial of John Le Breton to H.M. Secretary of State for the Colonies, 15 October,
1839	
Rowan to Le Breton (1), 4 September, 1835
Le Breton to Joseph (2), 27 September, 1836
Joseph to Le Breton (3), 20 January, 1837.
Le Breton to Joseph (4), 3 February, 1837.
Rowan to Le Breton (5), 12 December, 1835
Bolton to Le Breton (6), 28 December, 1835
Wright to Le Breton (7), 2 January, 1836.
Joseph to Le Breton (8), 15 February, 1837
Le Breton to Rowan (9), 13 March, 1837..
Rowan to Le Breton (11), 12 July, 1837..
Le Breton to Joseph (12), 26 August, 1837.
Joseph to Le Breton (13), 27 September, 1837.
Le Breton to Hagerman (14), 6 October, 1837.
Jameson to , with Memorandum
from Le Breton (15), 30 January, 1836..
Rowan to (16), 10 May, 1838.. ..
-Arthur to Russell, No. 219	
-Arthur to Russell, No. 220	
Inclosing—
Craigie to Harrison, 13 November, 1839..   ..
MacDonell to Harrison, 15 November,' 1839..
-Arthur to Russell, No. 222	
-Arthur to Russell, No. 223	
-Arthur to Russell, No. 224	
Inclosing—
Printed copy of the Commission appointed to
inquire into the state of Public Departments and their instructions, 9 May, 1839.
-Arthur to Russell, No. 204 [Duplicate]	
Inclosing—
Arthur to Thomson [Duplicate], 9 November,
1839	
Thomson to Harvey, 11 Npvember, 1839..   ..
-Harvey to Thomson, No. 2, 6 November, 1839...
Inclosing—
Scott to Harvey, 21 March, 1839	
Harvey to Scott, 23 March, 1839	
Fairfield to Scott, 25 March, 1839	
Memorandum for the Warden of. the disputed
Territory, 30 August, 1839	
-Harvey to Thomson	
Inclosing—
Harvey to Fox, 12 November, 1839	
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
463       651-654
463       683-684
463
463
463
463
297
298
298
298
298
298
298
298
691-692
463
695-700
463
703
463
704
463
705
463
706-708
463
709
463
709
463
710
463
710-712
463
7.13-715
463
717
463
718
463
719
463
720
463
721-722
463
723
463
727-728
463
751-752
463
763-768
463
755-762
463
793-796
463
797-800
463
801-804
815-843
589-596
603-646
265-268
401-403
405-408
408-409
409-410
413-418
515-517
519-521 15 Nov.,  1839.—
2 Dec, 1839,
20 Nov., 1839,
9 Dec, 1839,
14 Dec, 1839,
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Harvey to Thomson • •  • • 298       453-462
Inclosing—
Memorandum  298       473-474
(Extract) Harvey to Glenelg, No. 40, 19 June,
1838  298 463
(Extract) Glenelg to Harvey, 30 August, 1838. 298 465
-Thomson to Harvey  298       479-481
Harvey to Thomson, No. 3  298       469-472
-Thomson to Harvey  298       483-484
-Harvey to Thomson  298 487
Inclosing—
Campbell to Harvey, 6 December, 1839  298       497-499
General Order, 5 December, 1839  298 501
Harvey to Campbell, 12 December, 1839.... 298       489-496
Harvey to Thomson  298       507-509
Inclosing—
Featherstonehaugh   to   Harvey,   7   December,
1839  298       511-512
Russell to Harvey, No. 14, 30 October, 1839.. 298       513-514
Thomson to Harvey  298       523-529
Inclosing—
Jackson to Thomson, 23 December, 1839.... Unidentified
Jackson to Harvey, 23 December, 1839  Unidentified
Harvey to Jackson, 15 December, 1839  Unidentified
Featherstonehaugh   to   Harvey,   7   December,
1839  Unidentified
Thomson to Russell, No. 25  298       397-400
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13 Feb.,
14 Feb.,
1 Mar.,
2 Mar.,
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1840.—Thomson to Russell, No. 48  308 877-881
1840.—Thomson to Russell, No. 49  308 925-928
1840.—Thomson to Russell, Separate  308 895-896
1840.—Arthur to Russell, Separate  470 15-22
Inclosing—
Memorial of G. R. Grassett, 17 December, 1839 470 29-31
Bain to Grassett, 14 December, 1839  470 35-36
Certificate from O'Brien, M.D., in favour of
Grassett, 26 December, 1839  470 33-34
Grassett to Inspector General of Hospitals, 30
- December, 1839  470 37-38
Airey to [Grassett], 22 January, 1840  Unidentified
Skey to Grassett, 8 January, 1840  470 39-46
1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 1  470 55_62
1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 2 ' ] ][ 470 63-64
Inclosing—
Report upon Acts passed in 3rd year of H.M.
Reign, 6.March, 1840 '..' 470 97-195 MISCELLANEOUS
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8 M*r., 1840,
4 Mar., 1840,
4 Mar., 1840,
5 Mar., 1840,
7 Mar.,  1840,
23 Mar.,  1840.—.
25 Mar.,  1840,
26 Mar.,  1840,
26 Mar.,  1840,
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8 April, 1840.—
11 April, 1840,
22 April, 1840,
23 April, 1840,
24 April, 1840,
1 May,   1840,
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Arthur to Russell, No. 3 •  470 239-246
Inclosing—
O'Hara to Harrison, 14 August, 1839  470 249-260
Joseph to O'Hara (No. 1), 4 December, 1837. 470 261
McLean to O'Hara (No. 2), 31 March, 1838.. 470 263-266
O'Hara to Normanby, 19 April, 1839  470 269-312
Arthur to Russell, No. 4  470 313-316
Arthur to Russell, No. 5  470 317-820
Arthur to Russell, No. 6  470 321-324
Arthur to Russell, No. 7  470 325-328
Inclosing—
Petition from W. H. Yellow to the Queen, 26
June, 1839.  470 335-338
Arthur to Russell, No. 11  470 447-455
Inclosing—
Cronyn to Harrison, 13 January, 1840  470 463-470
Grassett to Cronyn, 6 January, 1840  Unidentified
Memorial of D. E. Blake to Arthur, 28 December, 1839  470 471-475
Bishop of Toronto to [Arthur]  470 475-478
Arthur to Russell, No. 13  470 519-523
Inclosing—
Offer from Crow to let his Hotel as a Barrack
-for Troops (No. 1), 9 July, 1838  470 535
Proceedings of Court of Inquiry (No. 2), 26
January, 1839  470 537-539
Certified Estimate of the value of Crow's Hotel
(No. 3), 25 June, 1839  470 543-545
Rowan to Halkett (No. 4), 8 October, 1839.. 470 547-548
Ward to Halkett (No. 5), 22 October, 1839.. 470 549
Arthur to Russell, No. 14  470 551-552
Arthur to Russell, No. 15  470 559-560
Arthur to Russell, No. 16  470 563-566
Arthur to Russell, No. 17  470 571-574
Inclosing—
Hamilton to Arthur, 28 December, 1839  470. 577-579
Arthur to Russell, No. 19  470 591-592
Inclosing—
Flagler to Harrison, 6 April, 1840  470 595-596
Arthur to Russell, No. 20 [in Duplicate]  470 597-600
Arthur to Russell, No. 21  470 603
Inclosing—
Address from Freeholders  and other Inhabitants of District of Gore  470 609-612
Arthur to Russell, No. 23  470 655-659
Arthur to Russell, No. 24  470 665-669
Inclosing—
Swan to Harrison, 18 April, 1840  470 679-685
Swan to Harrison, 23 April, 1840  470 685-688
Proclamation by Arthur  470 689
-Arthur to Russell, No. 25  470 691-694
Inclosing—
FitzGibbon to Hawke, 29 April, 1840  470 695 so
f - ■
2 May,   1840,
2 May,   1840,
4 May,   1840.—.
4 May,   1840,
5 May,   1840,
6 May,   1840,
18 May,   1840,
26 May,   1840,
27 May,   1840,
18 June,  1840.—.
20 June,. 1840,
20 June,  1840,
22 June,  1840,
22 June,  1840,
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Arthur to Russell, No. 27  470 797-799
Arthur to Russell, No. 28  470 803-807
Inclosing—
Petition of Eliza McAlister, 20 March, 1840. 470 819-821
Petition of Samuel McAlister, 20 March, 1840. 470 813-818
Statement by Burwell in favour of McAlister,
21 March, 1840  470 823
Arthur to Russell, No. 29  470 825-826
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Harrison, 24 April, 1840  470 827-828
Harrison to Murdoch, 2 May, 1840  470 829-834
Arthur to Russell, No. 30  470 837-844
Inclosing—
Extract of letter professing to be written by
the American Agent, 4 April, 1840  470 845-847
Arthur to Russell, No. 31  470 873-875
Arthur to Russell, No. -32  470 877-880
Inclosing—
Stehelin to Ward, 17 April, 1840  470 887-889
Ward to Halkett, 1 May, 1840  470 885-886
Arthur to Russell (Confidential)  470 893-896
Inclosing—
Derbyshire to Harrison, 11 May, 1840  470 901-906
Arthur to [Derbyshire], 18 May, 1840  470 906-909
Arthur to Russell, No. 33  470 911-913
Inclosing—
Morgan to Hopkirk, 23 May, 1840  470 915-916
Arthur to Russell, No. 34  470- 917-925
Inclosing—
Address from Synod of Presbyterian Church
to Arthur, 6 February, 1840  470 931-934
Arthur's reply to Address from Synod of Presbyterian Church  470 935-936
Arthur to Russell, No. 35  471 5-9
Inclosing—
Secord to Russell  [in Duplicate], 28 March,
1840.  471 13-14
Petition of Secord to House of Assembly..  .. 471 15-16
Report  of  Committee  on Petition  of David
Secord, 25 March, 1839  471 16-17
Secord to Arthur, 12 August, 1839  471 17
Harrison to Secord, 6 November, 1839  471 18
Arthur to Russell, No. 36 »  471 23-27
Inclosing—
Memorial of Cronyn to Arthur, 13 June, 1840. 471 35-37
Arthur to Russell, No. 37  471 39-42
Inclosing—
Drew to Halkett, 7 January, 1839  471 45-46
Mylne to Drew (Extract), 22 December, 1839. 471 46-48
Macnab to Harrison, 16 June, 1840  471 51-52
Arthur to Russell, No. 38  471 53-54
Arthur to Russell, No. 39  471 57-63 MISCELLANEOUS
51
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27 June,
1840,
1840,
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84 June,  1840—Arthur to Russell, No. 40  471 119
Inclosing—
Hagerman to Arthur, 8 June, 1840  471 125-126
Harrison to [Hagerman], 15 June, 1840.... 471 127
Hagerman to Harrison, 23 June, 1840  471 128-129
26 June,  1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 41  471 131-133
Inclosing—
Arthur to Thomson, 26 June, 1840  471 152-154
Memorial from FitzGibbon to Arthur, 25 June,
1840  471 147-151
Thomson's reply to Address from the House of
Assembly, 14 January, 1840  Unidentified
27 June,  1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 42  471 155-156
Inclosing—
Draper to Harrison, 18 May, 1840  471 163-165
Sullivan to Arthur, 26 June, 1840  471 161-162
Arthur to Russell, No. 43  471 169-174
Arthur to Russell, No. 44 ,  471 189-190
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Harrison, 24 April, 1840  471 195-196
Harrison to Murdoch, 2 May, 1840  471 197-202
Thomson to Arthur, 13 May, 1840  471 203-206
Arthur to Thomson, 18 May, 1840  471 207-208
Arthur to Thomson, 8 June, 1840  471 209-215
Jones to Harrison (No. 1), 6 June, 1840.... 471 216-217
Letters Patent making Jones Speaker of the
Legislative Council (2), 7 February, 1839. 471 218-220
Thomson to Arthur, 12 June, 1840  471 221-223
Harrison to Jones, 20 June, 1840  471 224-225
10 July,   1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 45  471 227-228
Inclosing—
Return of Revenue of the Province of Upper
-Canada, 1824-1837 (No. 1)  471 231-233
Return of Revenue of the Province of Upper
Canada, 1824-1837 (No. 2)  471 235-237
Estimate of the Civil Expenditure  (No. 3),
1838..".  471 244-246
Statement    showing   number   of   Emigrants
landed at Quebec, 1831-1837 (4)  471 249
Return of Crown Lands in each year from
1823-1837 (5)  471 251
Statement of Annual Sales and Receipts of
Crown Lands and Clergy Reserves, &c, 18
April, 1840  471 255-256
Arthur to Russell, No. 46  471 257-265
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 4 June, 1840  471 271-273
Jarvis to Macaulay, 27 March, 1839  471 275-276
Jarvis to Harrison, 24 September, 1839  471 277-278
Jarvis to Harrison, 18 December, 1839  471 279-280
Jarvis to Tucker, 4 June, 1840  471 281-282
18 July,   1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 47  471 283-286
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17 July,   1840,
18 July,   1840,
20 July,   1840,
22 July,
25 July,
27 July,
28 July,
28 July,
28 July,
3 Aug.,
1840,
1840,
1840.-
1840.-
1840.-
1840-
1840,
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1 Sept.,  1840.-
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Arthur to Russell     471 299
Thomson to Arthur, 20 May, 1840     471       319-327
Arthur to Thomson, 20 June, 1840     471        329-333
Memorandum   from   Lieutenant   Governor   to
Executive Council, 2 June, 1840     471 335
Minute transmitted to the Receiver General,
4 June, 1840     471       336-337
Dunn to Lee, 5 June, 1840     471       338-342
Statement "of Public Lands, as extracted from
Receiver General's Books, 4 June, 1840..    471       343-344
Minute of Council, 16 June, 1840     471       345-374
Thomson to Arthur, 30 June, 1840     471        385-386
Arthur to Thomson, 30 June, 1840     471       377-379
Arthur to Russell, No. 49     471 387
-Arthur to Russell, No. 50     471       399-400
Inclosing—
Urquhart to Harrison, 8 July, 1840     471        405-406
Address from Ministers and Elders of Presbyterian Church to Arthur, 7 July, 1840..    471        411-413
Printed  account  of  Annual Meeting  of  the
Synod, 3 July, 1840     471       407-409
Arthur's reply to Address from Presbyterians.    471        415—416
-Arthur to Russell, No. 52     471       431-436
-Arthur to Russell, No. 53     471'       447-449
Arthur to Russell, No. 54     471       451-454
Inclosing—
McEwen to Russell, 3 March, 1840     471       459-460
Schedule of Property assigned by McEwen to
Thompson     471 461
Halkett to McEwen, 3 March, 1840     471 463
Arthur to Russell, No. 55     471       465-466
Arthur to Russell, No. 56     471       481-484
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 9 July, 1840     471       487-502
Arthur to Russell, No. 57     471 503
Arthur to Russell, No. 58     471 513
Arthur to Russell, No. 59     471       521-527
Arthur to Russell (Confidential)     471       535-541
-Arthur to Russell, No. 60     471       547-554
Inclosing—
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette, 3 August, 1840.   471       561-562
-Arthur to Russell, No. 61     471       571-574
Arthur to Russell, No. 63     471       615-619
Inclosing—
Address   from   Inhabitants   of   the   Town   of
Hamilton to Thomson.
Address  from  Inhabitants   of   the   Town   of
Brantford to Thomson.
Thomson's reply to Address from Inhabitants
of Brantford, 8 September, 1840.
Address  from   Inhabitants   of   the   Town   of
Chippewa to Thomson. MISCELLANEOUS
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Reply to Address from Inhabitants of the
Town of Chippewa from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Townships of
Medonte and Floss, 14 September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Townships of Medonte and Floss fronv Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Township of
Barrie to Thomson, 14 September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Township of Barrie from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Port Robinson to
Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Port
Robinson from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Mount, Pleasant
to Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Perretanguishen
to Thomson, 14 September, 1840
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Perretanguishen from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Dundas to Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Dundas
from Thomson, 9 September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Kemptville to
Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Kemptville from Thomson.
Governor's Secretary to Durand, 29 September,
1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Beechville to
Thomson, 5 September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Beechville from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Amherstburg to
Thomson, 1 September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Amherstburg from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Smiths Falls to
Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Smith's
Falls from Governor's Secretary, 23 September, 1840.
Thomson to Inhabitants of Woodstock, 5 September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Woodstock to
Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Village of Paris
to Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Village
of Paris from Thomson, 8 September, 1840.
Address from management of Kingston Mechanics' Institute to Thomson. ~*—mtm
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8 Sept., 1840,
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Thomsons reply to Management of Mechanics'
Institute at Kingston, 21 August, 1840.
Thomson's reply to Inhabitants of Kingston,
21 August, 1840.
Address   from   Inhabitants   of   Kingston   to
Thomson, August, 1840.
Thomson to Inhabitants of Brockville.
Address   from   Inhabitants   of   Brockville   to
Thomson, 18 August, 1840.
Thomson to Inhabitants of Bytown.
Address from Inhabitants of Bytown, 15 Sep-
ber, 1840.
Thomson to Inhabitants of Belleville, 19 September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Belleville, 18 September, 1840.
Thomson   to    Inhabitants    of    Cornwall,    19
August, 1840.
Address from Clergy, Magistrates and Inhabitants of Eastern District to Thomson.
Address from Hope Village to Thomson, 16
September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Hope Village, 18 September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Guelph to Thomson,
September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Guelph to Thomson.
-Arthur to Russell, No. 64     471 625
Inclosing—
Fraser to Arthur, 2 September, 1840     471       629-630
-Arthur to Russell, No. 66     471       665-666
-Thomson's reply to Address from Inhabitants of
London.
-Address from Inhabitants of Golt to Thomson.
-Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Golt from
Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of Talbot to Thomson.
-Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Talbot from
Thomson.
-Reply to Address from Inhabitants of St. Thomas
from Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of St. Thomas to Thomson.
Address from the Mayor, Aldermen and Councillors
of Montreal to Thomson.
Reply to Address from the Mayor, Aldermen and
Councillors   of  Montreal   from   Thomson,   28
September, 1840.
Reply from Thomson to Inhabitants  of Ottawa,
23 September, 1840.
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Address from Magistrates and other Inhabitants of
Richmond to Thomson.
Reply to Address from Magistrates and other Inhabitants of Richmond from Thomson, September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Prince Edward to
Thomson, September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Prince
Edward from Thomson, 19 September, 1840.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Chatham,
Point Fortune, Argenteuil, to Thomson.
.   Address from Inhabitants of Chatham, Point Fortune, Argenteuil, to Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of Chatham to
Thomson, 2 September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of County of Kent to
Thomson.
Reply to Address from Inhabitants of County of
Kent from Thomson, 16 September, 1840.
Reply to Ministers, &c, at Toronto from Thomson,
11 September, 1840.
Address from Ministers, Delegates, &c, at Toronto
to Thomson, 10 September, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of Trafalgar to Thomson.
[Thomson's] reply to, 10 September, 1840. [Written
from Oakville.]
11 Sept., 1840.—Copy of Upper Canada Gazette, containing Addresses to and replies from Thomson from
Mayor and Corporation of Toronto; the Inhabitants of City of Toronto; the Members of
Mechanics' Institute, Toronto.
1 Sept.,  1840.—Reply from Thomson to Address from Sandwich.
Address from Inhabitants of Sandwich to Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of London to Thomson.
26 Sept.,  1840.—Arthur to Russell, Separate     471       781-784
2 Oct.,   1840.—Thomson to Russell, No. 169     311       633-636
Inclosing—
Reply from Thomson to Inhabitants of St.
Catherines, 29 August, 1840.
Address from Inhabitants of St. Catherines to
Thomson.
Address from Inhabitants of the Home District.
5 Oct.,   1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 71    472 13-15
Inclosing—
Address from House of Assembly to Thomson,
5 February, 1840     472 17
Memorandum of Instructions to Commissioners
of Inquiry into affairs of Canada
Company     472 21-26
Memorandum referred to in the Instructions..    472 27-33 56"
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14 Oct.,   1840,
19 Sept., 1840.
23 Sept.,  1840.
23 Oct.,   1840,
26 Oct.,   1840,
9 Nov.,
1840.
10 Nov.,
1840.
11 Nov.,
1840.
11 Nov.,
1840.
1 Dec,
1840.
1 Dec,
1840.
2 Dec,
1840.
2 Dec,
1840.
8 Dec,
1840.
8 Dec,
1840.
15 Dec,
1840.
19 Dec,
1840.
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Arthur to Russell, No. 72     472 37-45
Inclosing—
Jarvis to Harrison, 25 September, 1840     472 49-52
'  Keating to Jarvis, 17 September, 1840     472 53-55
Gardner to [Keating.], 16 September, 1840...    472 56-58
Jarvis to Harrison, 2 October, 1840     472 65-68
Clench to Jarvis, 18 November, 1839     472 69-71
Minute from the Lieutenant Governor  Unidentified
-Reply from Governor's Secretary to Inhabitants of
Huron to their Address.
Address from Inhabitants of Huron to Thomson.
-Reply from Thomson to Address from Inhabitants
of Huron.
Address from Inhabitants of Huron (Goderich) to
Thomson.
Address   from   Inhabitants   of   River   Trent   to
Thomson.
—Reply from Thomson to Address from Inhabitants
of River Trent.
Address from Inhabitants of Mosa to Thomson.
Reply from Thomson to Address from Inhabitants
of Mosa.
Address from Village of Newboro' to Thomson.
—Reply from Thomson to Address from Village of
Newboro'.
-Arthur to Russell, No. 74     472 77-80
Inclosing—
Memorandum     472 89-96
-Arthur to Russell, No. 75  472 97-99
Inclosing—
Sydenham to Arthur, 9 October, 1840  472 101-107
-Arthur to Russell, No. 76  .472 109-118
-Arthur to Russell, No. 77  472 129-131
-Arthur to Russell, No. 78  472 133-134
-Arthur to Russell, No. 79  472 139-144
-Arthur to Russell, No. 81  472 245-246
-Arthur to Russell, No. 82  472 249-251
-Arthur to Russell, No. 83  472 253-258
-Arthur to Russell, No. 85  472 277-278
-Arthur to Russell, No. 86  472 281
-Arthur to Russell, No. 87  472 285
—Arthur to Russell, No. 88  472 289-290
-Arthur to Russell, No. 89  472 293-312
Inclosing—
Memorial of Commission of Synod of Presbyterian Church to Russell, 8 October, 1840. 472 317-332
Harrison to Urquhart, 27 November, 1840... 472 333-334
Urquhart to Harrison, 9 December, 1840..   .. 472 334-338
Memorandum and Remarks for Secretary of
State in answer to Memorial from Synod. 472 341-354
General Numerical Return of various of Religious Bodies in Upper Canada, 1839..  .. 472 339-340 MISCELLANEOUS
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24 Dec,   1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 90  472
Inclosing—
Memorial from Blake to Arthur  472
24 Dec,   1840.—Arthur to Russell, No. 91  472
Inclosing—
Petition of John Burwell, 5 November, 1840.. 472
Minute of Council, 16 July, 1839.  472
Minute of Council, 25 July, 1839  472
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371-375
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403-417
419-424
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12 Jan.,
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Vol.
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 211  477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 212.."  477
Inclosing—
Harrison to Murdoch, 28 December, 1840..  .. 477
Memorandum, 10 December, 1840  477
Note from Inspector General,  11 December,
1840  477
Attorney General to Harrison, 16 December,
1840  477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 213  477
Inclosing—
Bishop of Regiopolis to Murdoch, 7 December,
1840  477
MacDonell to Russell  477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 214  477
Inclosing—
Arthur to Sydenham, 26 December, 1840.... 477
Sullivan to Arthur, 17 December, 1840  477
Memorandum on the subject of locating Indigent Emigrant Families on five acre lots
(No. 1), 9 July, 1839  477
Hawke to Harrison   (No. 2), 13  September,
1839  477
Hawke to Murdoch (No. 3), 21 December, 1839. 477
Hawke to Harrison, 17 December, 1839  477
Notice to persons desirous of settling at the
Owen's    Sound    Settlement,   1   November, .
1840  477
Memorandum   from   Harrison,   22   December,
1840  477
Hopkirk to Murdoch, 2 January, 1841... 477
Hawke to Harrison, 31 December, 1840.. 477
W. P. Smith to Catherine Smith, 29 October, 1839  477
Arthur to Russell [83], 2 December, 1840. 471
Inclosing—
Harrison to Murdoch, 28 December, 1840..  .. 477
Minute of Council, 17 December, 1840  477
Hillier to Woodlands, 27 October, 1824  477
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19 Jan., 1841,
20 Jan., 1841,
21 Jan.,   1841,
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25 Jan.,    1841,
26 Jan.,    1841,
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-Sydenham to Russell, No. 215     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 216     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 217 .-..-•    477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 218     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 219     477
Inclosing—
Return showing names of persons who have
commuted the tenure of their property, 19
January, 1841     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No- 220     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 222     477
Inclosing—
Napier to Murdoch, 15 January, .1841     477
Extract of letter from Chief Superintendent
of   Indian   Department   to   Secretary   of
Indian Affairs, 28 December, 1840     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 223     477
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 224     477
Inclosing—
Hawke to Murdoch, 6 January, 1841  Unidentified
Hawke to Harrison, 28 December, 1840..   ..    477
Hawke to Emigrant Agents (No. 1), 13 November, 1840     477
Burke to Hawke (No. 2), 1 December, 1840..    477
Roy to Hawke (No. 3), 19 November, 1840..    477
list  of  Emigrants   arriving with  capital,  28
December, 1840     477
Thomas to Hawke (No. 4), 23 November, 1840.    477
Statement showing weekly arrivals of Emigrants at Quebec and Montreal, No. 1, 20
December, 1840     477
Names of Ports from which Emigrants came,
&c, No. 2, 20 December, 1840     477
Comparative statement of Emigrants arrived
at Quebec, No. 3, 20 December, 1840...    477
Number of Emigrants admitted to Quarantine, No. 4, 20 December, 1840     477
List   of  Emigrants   aided  and  sent  to   other
Ports, No. 5, 20 December, 1840     477
Distribution of Emigrants arrived at Quebec,
No. 6, 20 December, 1840     477
Return  of Emigrants  arrived  at  New  York,
No. 7, 20 December, 1840     477
Extracts   from   Weekly   Reports   from   Chief
Agent for Emigration at Quebec, No. 8..    477
Buchannan to Murdoch, 8 June, 1840     477
Case and Opinions, 21 July, 1840     477
Hawke, to, 25 June, 1840     477
Brooks to, 10 May, 1840      ' '    477
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Hawke to, 4 November, 1840  477
Chatterton to, 24 October, 1840  477
Extract of letter received from Roy (undated). 477
Burke to Buchanan, 1 December, 1840  477
Suggested  Amendment to  present Passenger
Act, with Notes, submitted by Buchanan
to Governor General  477
Buchanan to Sydenham, 20 December, 1840.. 477
Contents of Report and Appendix  477
27 Jan.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 225  477
Inclosing—
Harvey to Sydenham, No. 44, 21 December,
1840  477
Fairfield to Harvey, 18 December, 1840  477
Harvey to Fox, No. 18, 10 December, 1840... 477
Sydenham to Harvey, 4 January, 1841  477
Sydenham to Harvey, No. 45, 28 December,
1840  477
Harvey to Maclaughlan, 9 December, 1840... 477
Questions and Answers  477
Opinion of Attorney and Solicitor General... 477
Harvey to Sydenham, 11 January, 1841  477
Sydenham to Harvey, 26 January, 1841  477
27 Jan.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 226  477
27 Jan.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 227  477
Inclosing—
Estimate of goods required for presents to the
Indians, 30 December, 1840  477
28 Jan.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 228  477
28 Jan.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 229  447
8 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 230  477
Inclosing—
Hopkirk to Murdoch, 30 January, 1841  477
Minute of Council, 17 December, 1840.  477
McGill to Harrison, 29 December, 1840  477
Swan to [Hopkirk], 21 January, 1841  477
10 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 1  477
11 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 2  477
Inclosing—
Stayner to Murdoch, 3 February, 1841  477
16 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 3  477
Inclosing—
Proclamation by Sydenham, 10 February, 184.1. 477
Sydenham to Arthur, 5 February, 1841  477
Arthur to Sydenham, 10 February, 1841.... 477
Proclamation declaring Sydenham as Governor
General, 5 February, 1841  477
17 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 4..  477
Inclosing—
Sandom to Sydenham, 8 February, 1841.... 477
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22 Feb.,   1841,
22 Feb.,   1841,
22 Feb.,   1841,
23 Feb.,   1841,
24 Feb.,
1841
24 Feb.,
1841
25 Feb.,
1841
25 Feb.,
1841
26 Feb.,
1841
4 Mar.,
1841
5 Mar.,
1841
9 Mar.,
1841
9. Mar.,  1841,
10 Mar.,  1841,
10 Mar.,  1841,
10 Mar.,  1841,
11 Mar., 1841,
11 Mar., 1841,
12 Mar., 1841,
15 Mar., 1841,
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Sydenham to Russell, No. 6  477
Inclosing—
Report from Commissioners of the Post Office
Inquiry, 17 February, 1841  477
Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)  477
■Sydenham to Russell, No. 8  477
■ Inclosing—
Sherwood to Sydenham, 17 February, 1841.... 477
Sydenham to Russell, No. 9  477
■Sydenham to Russel (Confidential)  477
Inclosing—
List of proposed Members for the Legislative
Council  477
■Sydenham to Russell, No. 10  477
•Sydenham to Russell, No. 11  477
•Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)  477
•Sydenham to Russell, No. 13  477
Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)  477
Sydenham to Russell, No. 14  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 15 ' .. 478
Sydenham, to Russell, No. 18  478
Inclosing—
Montizambert to Kerr, 20 November, 1839... 478
Memorial from Timber Merchants to Thomson,
4 August, 1840  478
Further petition from  Timber Merchants to
Thomson, 8 September, 1840  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 19  478
Inclosing— (
Davidson to Murdoch, 13 February, 1841.... 478
Report from Commissioner of Crown Lands,
22 January, 1841  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 20  478
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Military Secretary, 9 March, 1841. 478 •
O'Donnell to Murdoch, 9 March, 1841  478
Routh to Military Secretary, 8 March, 1841.. 478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 21  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 22  478
Inclosing—
Sydenham to Arthur, 9 October, 1841  478
Arthur to Sydenham, 23 October, 1841  478
Report from Capt. Haliday, 18 October, 1841. 478
Haliday to  Assistant Military  Secretary,  18
October, 1841  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 23  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 25  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 26  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 27  478
Sydenham to Russell, No. 29  473 MISCELLANEOUS
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1841
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1841
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1841
26 Mar.,
1841
26 Mar.,
1841
26 Mar.,
1841
87 Mar.,
1841
27 Mar.,
1841
27 Mar.,
1841
27 Mar.,
1841
5 April
1841
6 April, 1841.-
6 April,
1841.
7 April,
1841.
7 April,
1841.
12 April,
1841.
16 April,
1841.
19 April,
1841,
22 April,
1841.
22 April,
1841.
24 April,
1841,
26 April, 1841.-
12 May,   1841.
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-Sydenham to Russell, No. 30  478
Inclosing—
Wilson to Murdoch, 11 March, 1841  Unidentified
Memorial  from  Inhabitants   of  North   Sherbrooke to the Queen, 12 January, 1841.. 478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 31  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 32  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 33  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 34  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 35  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 36  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 37  478
-Sydenham to Russell,. No. 38  478
-Sydenham to Russell; No. 39  478
-Sydenham to Russell (Confidential) [2 copies].  .. 478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 40  478
Inclosing—
Ogden to Murdoch, 8 February, 1841  478
Ogden to Murdoch, 8 February, 1841  [Dated
8 April in.]  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 41  478
Inclosing—
Rolph to Murdoch, 26 February, 1841  478
Memorial of North American Colonial Committee of London to Russell  478
Memorial of British American Land Company
to Russell  478
Murdoch to Rolph, 3 April, 1841  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 42  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 43  478
-Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)  478
-Sydenham to Russell (Private and Confidential).. 478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 44  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 46  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 49  478 .
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 50  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 52.... '  478
Inclosing—
Memorial of the Board of Trade of the City
of Quebec to Sydenham, 19 April, 1841.. 478
Memorial   of   Merchants,   &c,   interested   in
Timber Trade of Ottawa River, 10 April,
1841  478
Petition of Board of Trade of Montreal,  7
April, 1841  478
Murdoch to McGill, 21 April, 1841  478
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 53  478
Inclosing—
Ogden to Murdoch, 26 April, 1841  478
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13 May,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 61  479
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Solicitor General, 1 May, 1841... 479
Day to Murdoch, 5 May, 1841  479
Murdoch to Ogden, 1 May, 1841  479
Ogden to Murdoch, 3 May, 1841  479
Murdoch to Ogden, 4 May, 1841  479
Ogden to Murdoch, 5 May, 1841  479
Memorial  of  C.  R.   Ogden to   Sydenham,  5
May, 1841  479
Murdoch to Ogden, 7 May, 1841.. .».  479
Ogden to Murdoch, 7 May, 1841  479
19 May,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 62  479
Inclosing—
Certificate from Sydenham in favour of Capt.
J. Cattenaeh, 19 May, 1841  479
25 May,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 64  479
Inclosing—
*Day to Murdoch, 14 May, 1841.
*Opinion of Baldwin, 15 May, 1841.
1 June,  1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 66 ".  479
Inclosing—
Address from Inhabitants of Town of Kingston to Sydenham, 28 May, 1841     479
Sydenham's reply to Address from Inhabitants of Town of Kingston     479
Address from Members of the Board of Trade.
of Town of Kingston to Sydenham     479
; Sydenham's reply to Address from Members of
the Board of Trade of Town of Kingston.   479
Address from Inhabitants of the Midland District to Sydenham     479
Sydenham's reply to Address from Inhabitants
of the Midland District     479
2 June,  1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 67     479
3 June,  1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 68     479
Inclosing—
Daverne to Russell, 7 December, 1840  479
Fowler to Daverne, 12 November, 1817  479
4 June,  1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 69  479
5 June,  1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 70.. '  479
7 June,  1841.—Sydenham,to Russell, No. 71     479
8 June,  1841.—Sydenham to Russell, No. 72     479
Inclosing—
Memorial from J. Dunn to Sydenham     479
Extract   of   letter   from   Hill   to   Receiver
General, 31 August, 1827     479
Estimate of charges for defraying civil establishment of Upper Canada from 1 January-
31 December, 1826     479
• Note in No. 1 says :   ' Received trith the Duplicate of Lord Sydenham's Duplicate No. 64. MISCELLANEOUS
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10 June,  1841.-
17 June,   1841,
22 June,   1841,
23 June, 1841,
24 June, 1841.
24 June, 1841,
25 June, 1841,
;|5 June,  1841.
"M June, 1841.-
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Sydenham to Russell, No. 73    479
Inclosing—
Douglas to Daly, 23 May, 1841     479
Report  of  Vessels  boarded- from  5-18  May,
1841, No. 1    479
Report of Vessels boarded from 18-20 May,
1841, No. 2..    479
Report of Vessels boarded on 20 May, 1841,
No. 3    479
Return of sick in Quarantine Hospital, Grosse
Island for week ending 20 May, 1841.. .. Unidentified
Report of Vessels boarded from 18-20 May,
1841, No. 4     479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 74  479
Inclosing—
Colebrooke to Sydenham, 11 May, 1841  479
Colebrooke to Sydenham, 15 May, 1841  479
Colebrooke to Sydenham, 27 May, 1841  479
Sydenham to Colebrooke, 8 June, 1841  479
Sydenham to Fox, 8 June, 1841  479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 75  479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 77  479
Inclosing—
Adamson to Sydenham, 14 June, 1841  479
Copy of Vote of Thanks transmitted by Speaker
of House of Assembly, No. 1, 20 February, 1838  479
Copy of letter from Military Secretary, No. 2,
25 January, 1838  479
Copy of letter from Military Secretary, No. 3,
3 February, 1838  479
Copy of Address to Col. Radcliffe from Inhabitants of Town of Amhurstburgh, No. 4 479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 78  479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 79  479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 79 [2 copies]  479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 81  479
Inclosing—
Governor's Speech at opening of Parliament,
15 June, 1841  479
Address from Legislative Council to Sydenham, 18 June, 1841  479
Address from House of Assembly to Sydenham, 23 June, 1841  479
Reply to Legislative Council from Sydenham. 479
Reply to House of Assembly from Sydenham. 479
Sydenham to Russell, No. 82  479
Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)  479
Inclosing—
Sydenham to Baldwin, 13 June, 1841  479
Baldwin to Governor General, 12 June, 1841.. 479 64
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26 June, 1841,
18 Aug., 1841,
4 Aug., 1841,
10 Dec, 1841,
23 Jan.,   1841,
25 Jan., 1841,
4 Feb., 1841,
6 Feb.,   1841,
10 Feb.,   1841,
15 Feb.,   1841.—.
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-Sydenham to Russell, No. 83  479
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Mayrand, &c, 12 June, 1841. ... 479
Copy of Quebec Gazette, 12 June, 1841  479
-Sydenham to Russell, No. 84  • •  • • ^
Russell to Sydenham, No. 427  480
■Sydenham to Russell, No. 100  480
•Jackson to Stanley, No. 46  481
Inclosing—
Attorney   and   Solicitor   General  to  Murdoch,   10
December, 1841  481
Arthur to Russell, No. 92  475 7
Inclosing—
Address   from   Citizens   of   Toronto   to   the
Queen, 15 January, 1841  475 9-11
Arthur to Russell, No. 93  475 19-23
Arthur to Russell, Separate  475       305-306
Arthur to Russell, No. 96  475 327
Inclosing—
Hawke to Harrison, 28 December, 1840. ... 475       331-346
Hawke to Emigration Agents, No. 1, 13 November, 1840  475       347-349
Burke to Hawke, No. 2, 1 December, 1840.. 475       351-358
Roy to Hawke, No. 3, 19 November, 1840.   .. 475       359-366
List of Emigrants  arrived  at Kingston who
had capital, 28 December, 1840  475       367-370
Thomas to Hawke, No. 4, 23 November, 1840. 475       371-378
Arthur to Russell, No. 97  475       379-382
Inclosing— \
Sydenham to Arthur, 5 February, 1841  475    ^389-390
Arthur to Sydenham, 10 February, 1841  475        391-393
Copy of Upper Canada Gazette, 9 February,
1841  475 387
Arthur to Russell, No. 99  475       541-545
No. 55.
Canada Duplicate Despatches (Unbound).
McLeod's Case.
CO. 42.
Vol. Pages.
25 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)     477
23 Feb.,   1841.—Sydenham, to Russell     483       344^345
Inclosing—
Arthur to Sydenham, 1 February, 1841     483       295-301
Arthur to Sydenham, 4 February, 1841     483 301
Memorandum of Proceedings from 28 January-
3 February, 1841     483 75-78
Affidavit of William Wells, 28 January, 1841.    483 78-79
Extract from Commercial Advertiser and
Journal on the 'Bailing of McLeod,'
28 January, 1841     483 302 MISCELLANEOUS
65
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Vol. Pages.
Extract   from    Commercial   Advertiser   and
Journal   on   the   'Bailing   of   McLeod,'
29 January, 1841     483 302
Sydenham to Fox, 20 February, 1841     477
4 Feb.,   1841.—Arthur to Russell, No. 95 ! ..    475       237-240
Inclosing—
Brough to Draper, 28 January, 1841     475       243-250
Memorandum of Proceedings from 28 January-
3 February, 1841  [Duplicate]     475       251-259
Affidavit of William Wells, 28 January, 1841
[Duplicate]     475       261-263
Arthur to Sydenham, 1 February, 1841     475       265-299
Arthur to Sydenham, 4 February, 1841     475        301-302
13 Feb.,   1841.—Arthur to Russell, No. 98     483       304-305
19 Feb.,   1841.—Arthur to Russell (Confidential)     475       555-557
Inclosing—
Gardner and Bradley to Draper, 13 February,
1841     475       559-572
Arthur to Sydenham, 19 February, 1841....    475       575-584
10 April, 1841.—Sydenham to Russell (Confidential)     483       348-349
Inclosing—
Fox to Sydenham, 15 March, 1841     483 349
11 Sydenham to Fox, 3 April, 1841     483       349-350
No. 56.
Canada Duplicate Despatches (2).
CO. 42.
Vol.    •    Pages.
Bagot to Stanley (Confidential)     488
•Bagot to Stanley, No. 12     488
Inclosing—
Extract from Report of Executive Council relating to Ferries, 10 December, 1841....    488
Extract from Report of Executive Council on
subject of Ferry between Prescott and Og-
densburg, 17 January, 1842     488
Bagot to Stanley, No. 19     489
•Bagot to Stanley, No. 20     489
•Bagot to Stanley (Confidential)     489
Inclosing—
List of persons whom it is proposed to appoint
to the Legislative Council     489
•Bagot to Stanley, No. 21     489
Inclosing—
Stinson to Murdoch, 19 June, 1841     489
Document from Stinson and Richey to Sydenham, 19 June, 1841     489
Rogerson to Murdoch,-29 June, 1841     489
■Bagot to Stanley, No. 23     489
Draft to Russell  Unidentified
Bagot to Stanley, No. 24     489
19 Jan.,   1842,
21 Jan.,    1842,
3 Feb.,   1842,
4 Feb.,   1842,
5 Feb.,   1842,
7 Feb.,   1842.—
8 Feb.,   1842,
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28 Oct.,   1841.—Estimate of presents required for Indians in Lower
Canada [inclosed in Despatch No. 31]...    489
23 Feb.,   1842.—Bagot to Stanley (Confidential)     489
1 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 46     490
Inclosing—
Dunkin to Stayner, 31 December, 1841     490
Stayner to Dowling, 3 February, 1842     490
Dowling to Stayner, 8 February, 1842     490
Stayner to Dowling, 11 February, 1842     490
Dowling to Stayner, 15 February, 1842     490
Address- from the St. George's Society of
Quebec   to   the   Queen    [in   Duplicate],
January, 1842     490
(Inclosed   in   Despatch   from   Bagot   to
Stanley, No. 47, 1 March, 1842.)
2 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 48     490
Inclosing—
Dowling to Murdoch, 23 February, 1842..   ..    490
2 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 49     490
Inclosing—
MacDonell to Harrison, 17 February, 1842...    490
Petition of John Helmer to Bagot, 3 February, 1842 '     490
With  recommendation from Justices  of the
Peace, 4 February, 1842     490
Certificate in favour of Helmer from Johnson,
24 December, 1783  ..  .490
Certificate in favour of Helmer from Black-
lock, 16 June, 1820     490,
Certificate in favour of Helmer from Anderson, 11 September, 1820     490
Deposition of Gallinger, 13 September, 1820..    490
3 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 50     490
3 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 51.. '.     490
4 Mar.,   1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 52     490
Inclosing—
Alexander to Jones, 1 March, 1842     490
Copy of Certificate of the First Class     490
Notes on the means of speedily and economically determining  Boundaries  of  British
North America, 21 February, 1842     490
Thomson to Bagot, 12 February, 1842]     490
Copies of five letters from Thompson to Sir
Robert Peel and Lord Stanley ' 490
Thompson to Bagot, 24 February, 1842     490
Copies of two letters (Nos. 6 and 7) from
Thompson to Peel and Bagot. No. 7 dated
22 February, 1842     490
7 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 54     490
8 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 55     490
Inclosing—
Petition from Members of Executive Council
to Bagot, 10 February, 1842     490 MISCELLANEOUS 67
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9 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 56     490
Inclosing—
Address from Members of Literary and Historical Society of Quebec to the Queen, 8
February, 1842     490
10 Mar.,   1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 57     490
11 Mar.,   1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 58     490
12 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 59     490
14 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 60     490
14 Mar.,' 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 61 [in Duplicate]     490
Inclosing—
Hogan to Murdoch [in Duplicate], 4 March,
1842     490
Murdoch to Hogan [in Duplicate], 13 March,
1842     490
15 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 62     490
Inclosing—
Address from Municipal Council of District of
London to the Queen, 12 February, 1842.    490
16 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 64     490
Inclosing—
Gardner to Draper, 21 February, 1842  490
Spencer to Gardner, 31 January, 1842  490
16 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley (Confidential)  490
Inclosing—
Proceedings on Neilson's resolutions,  5 September, 1841     490
17 Mar., 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 65  490
18 Mar., 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 66  490
19 Mar., 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 67 [Duplicate]  490
19 Mar., 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 68  490
21 Mar., 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 69  490
Inclosing—
Minute of Executive Council, 19 March, 1842.    490
23 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 71     490
Inclosing—
Ëfe?- Murdoch to Driscoll, 21 March, 1842  490
Driscoll to Daly, 15 March, 1842 !.. 490
24 Mar.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 72  490
19 April, 1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 87 • - 492
Inclosing—
Hogan to Murdoch, 7 April, 1842     492
27 Aug.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 184     495
Inclosing—
Minute of Council, 27 August, 1842 ,    495
Resolution passed by House of Assembly, 19 September, 1842 (C.)     495
26 Sept.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 192     495
26 Sept.,  1842.—Bagot to Stanley, No. 195     495
Inclosing—
Resolution passed by House of Assembly, 4
September, 1841     495 68
20 Oct., 1842,
13 Dec, 1842,
14 Dec, 1842,
19 Dec, 1842,
20 Dec,   1842,
21 Dec,    1842,
23 Dec,   1842.
24 Dec,   1842.
26 Dec,   1842,
27 Dec,    1842,
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-Bagot to Stanley (Confidential)  496
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 245  497
-Bagot to Stanley (Private)  497
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 247..  ..-  497
Inclosing—
Commissioner of Crown Lands to Rawson, 15
December, 1842  497
Copy   of   Canada   Gazette  Extraordinary,   16
December, 1842  497
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 248  497
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 249..  497
Inclosing—
St. Real to Dominick Daly, 12 December, 1842. 497
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 250  497
Inclosing—
Colebrooke to Bagot, 23 November, 1842. ... 497
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 251   .. 497
-Bagot to Stanley, No. 252  497
-Bagot to Stanley (Private)  497
Schedule of Despatches transmitted by the Governor of Canada to Secretary of State for the
Colonies, from January to December, 1842... Unidentified
N<
Canada Duplicate Despatches (57).
S
il
26 Jan.,   1843.—:
24 June,  1843.
14 July,    1843,
17 Oct.,
1843.
18 Oct.,
1843,
19 Oct.,
1843.
26 Oct.,
1843.
26 Oct.,
1843.
26 Oct.,
1843,
Vol.
Bagot to Stanley, No. 13  503
Inclosing—
Hincks to Rawson, 23 January, 1843  503
• Certificate   of   net   amount   which   was   paid
during  1842   to   Clergy   of   Scotland,   14
January 1843  503
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 48  506
Inclosing—
Laviolette to Rawson, 14 June, 1843  506
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 61  507
Inclosing—
Ryerson to Governor General, 2 June, 1843.. 507
Memorial from Ministers of Wesleyan Methodist Church to Metcalfe, 23 June, 1843.. 507
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 96  508
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 97  508
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 101  508
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 106 .' 508
—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 107  508
-Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 108 ..." 508
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26 Dec,   1843.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 162     509
Inclosing—
Memorandum regarding Kings College     509
Schedule of Despatches transmitted by Governor of Canada to Secretary of State for
the Colonies from 27 January, 1843, to 28
January, 1844  Unidentified
10 Jan.,   1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 174     513
Inclosing—
Depositions and notes on the subject of the
surrender    of    fugitive    criminals,    Pike
County, 2 December, 1843     513
Deposition of Crumb (1), 11 December, 1843.    513
Indictment against Denison Rogers (2), with
Certificate from Russell, 27 October, 1843.    513
21 Jan.,   1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley No. 187     513
Inclosing—
Indictment against Ezra Selleck, with Certificate from Crittenden, 29 December, 1843.    513
CO. 23.
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1 Jan.,   1844.—Cockburn to Stanley, No. 73     117
Inclosing—
Cockburn to Fox, 30 December, 1843  117
Darling to Cockburn, 24 December, 1843..   .. 117
Cockburn to Darling, 25 December, 1843..  .. 117
Browne to Cockburn, 25 December, 1843..  .. 117
Cockburn to Browne, 25 December, 1843..  .. 117
Browne to Cockburn, 26 December, 1843..   .. 117
Cockburn to Browne, 26 December 1843..   .. 117
Nesbitt to Lees, 26 December, 1843  117
Order from Cockburn to Magistrates, &c, of
the Bahama Islands, 26 December, 1843.. 117
Lees to Nesbitt, 27 December, 1843  117
Lees to Cockburn, 30 December, 1843  117
Lees and Justices to [Cockburn], [29 December, 1843]  117
Browne to Cockburn, 30 December, 1843..  .. 117
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Vol. Pages.
26 Jan.,   1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 191     513
Inclosing—
Petition from Inhabitants of Newcastle District to Metcalfe     513
27 Jan.,   1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 193     513
2 Mar.,  1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 41     514
Inclosing—•
Copy of the Proceedings of a Meeting held at
Toronto, 6 February, 1844     514
25 Mar.,  1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 55     514
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Vol.
30 Mar.,  1844.—Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 58     514
Inclosing—
Resolutions passed at Party Meeting held at
Toronto     514
Metcalfe to Stanley, No. 65     517
Schedule of Despatches transmitted by Governor
of Canada to the Colonial Department, from
27 March, 1844, to 28 May, 1845.
Elgin to Grey, No. 1     541
■Elgin to Grey, No. 3     541
Elgin to Grey, No. 4     541
-Elgin to Grey, No. 57     542
Inclosing—   1
Buchanan to Campbell, 29 May, 1847     542
Buchanan to Campbell, 31 May, 1847     542
Buchanan to Campbell, 9 June, 1847     542
-Grey to Elgin, No. 102     542
Elgin, to Grey, No. 90     543
Inclosing—
Extract from Report of Committee of Executive Council, 4 October, 1847     543
3 Nov.,   1847.—Grey to Elgin, No. 135 |    543
Canada Duplicates—Acts.
58. 1787-1810 (ms.) Acts and Ordinances Quebec and Lower Canada.
59. 1838-1840   Ordinances of Special Council of Lower Canada (printed).
60. 1864   Printed Statutes.
42.
Pages.
15 April, 1844.-
23 Jan., 1847
24 Feb., 1847.
24 Feb., 1847.
12 June, 1847
3 July,   1847,
9 Oct.,   1847.
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Lower Canada Duplicate Acts.
O.O. 44.
30 April, 1787.—27 George III., Chapter IV., English and French  Vol. 5
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12 April, 1790.—
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CO. 44.
Vol.
23 April, 1838.—Ordinances 1 and 2  33
26 April, 1838.—Ordinances 3 to 9  33
28 April, 1838.—Ordinances 10 to 13  33
4 May,   1838.—Ordinances 14 to 21  33
1 Nov.,  1838.—Proclamation issued by Colborne.
[Note in No. 59 says :—' Nos. 27-32 not here.]
6 Nov.,  1838.—Ordinance 33 ".. 33
8 Nov.,  1838.—Ordinances 34 to 36  33
16 Nov.,  1838.—Ordinances 37 and 38  33
20 Nov.,  1838.—Ordinances 39 to 42  33
24 Nov.,  1838.—Ordinances 43 and 44  33
12 Dec,   1838.—Ordinance 45  33
21 Dec,   1838.—Ordinances 46 and 47  33
Vol.
4 Nov.,  1838.—Proclamation issued by Colborne  281
Vol.
16 Feb.,   1839.—Ordinances 48 and 49  34
21 Feb.,   1839.—Ordinances 50 to 51.  34
21 Feb.,   1839.—Ordinance 53  34
2 Mar.,   1839.—Ordinances 54 to 56  34
4 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinance 57  34
4 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinance 60 '  34
8 Mar.,   1839.—Ordinance 61  34
14 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinances 62 and 63  34
14 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinances 65 to 68  34
19 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinances 69 to 72  34
19 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinance 74  34
23 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinance 76  34
23 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinances 77 to 80  35
30 Mar.,  1839.—Ordinances 81 to 84  35
3 April, 1839.—Ordinances 85 to 94  35
8 April, 1839.—Ordinances 95 to 102  35
11 April, 1839.—Ordinances 103 to 108  35
13 April, 1839.—Ordinances 109 to 114  35
13 May,   1840.—Ordinances 117 to 122  36
12 May,   1840.—Ordinances 126 to 128.. ..  36
30 April, 1840.—Ordinances 131 to 133  36
30 April, 1840.—Ordinances 135 to 137  36
30 April, 1840.—Ordinances 139 to 143  36
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72
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1840.
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1840.
16 April,
1840,
25 June,
1840.
16 June,
1840.
26 June,
1840.
15 June,
1840.
8 June,
1840.
12 May,
1840.
30 July,
1838.
31 July,
1838.
9 Aug.,
1838
9 Aug.,
1838
9 Aug.,
1838
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1838
11 Aug.,
1838
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12 Aug.,  1838.
15 Aug.,  1838,
25 Aug.,  1838.
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31 Aug., 1838.
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12 Sept., 1838,
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17 Sept., 1838.
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—Ordinance 144  36
—Ordinance 145  36
—Ordinance 147  36
—Ordinances 148 to 155  36
—Ordinance 156  36
—Ordinances 157 to 161  36
—Ordinance 163  36
—Ordinance 164  36
—Ordinance 129  Unidentified
Vol.
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 33  .. .. 282
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 34  282
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 36  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 37  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 38  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 39  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 40  283
Inclosing—
Fitzroy to Durham (1), 7 July, 1838  283
Extract from Royal Gazette, 26 June, 1838.. 283
Durham to Fitzroy, No. 4, 1 August, 1838.. 283
Durham to Fox, No. 3, 1 August, 1838  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 41  283
Inclosing—
Colborne to Durham, 10 August, 1838  283
Colborne to Hill, 30 July, 1838  283
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 42  283
Inclosing1—
Statement of Clergy Reserves sold in Lower
Canada, 1 January-30  June, 1838...   .". 283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 44  283
Inclosing1—
Address of Ministers, &c, of Presbyterian Con- .
gregation, 18 July, 1838  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 46  283
Inclosing—
Chapman to Durham (1), 28 July, 1838.... 283
Durham to Chapman (2), 24 August, 1838... 283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 49  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 51  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 57  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 58  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 59..  283
Inclosing—
Report on subject of Militia Claims, 8 September, 1838  283
Proclamation by Durham  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 60  283
—Durham to Glenelg, No. 63  283
Inclosing—
Attorney General to Buller, 19 September, 1838. 283
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171-178
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323-326
329-336
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25 Sept.,  1888,
26 Sept.,
1888
26 Sept.,
1888
28 Sept.,
1888
28 Sept.,
1838
26 Sept.,
1888
29 Sept.,
1888
29 Sept.,
1838
27 Sept.,
1888
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9 Oct.,   1888.-
10 Oct.,   1888,
9 Oct., 1838,
9 Oct., 1888,
9 Oct., 1838,
12 Oot., 1888.—'
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Vol.        Pages.
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 64    288      418-416
Inclosing—
Memorial of T. H. Thompson, ^8 June, 1888.    288       417-421
Extract of Report  of Executive Council, 6
July, 1888     288       428-428
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 66    288       461-488
Inclosing;—
Address of Delegations from Eastern Colonies,
22 September, 1888    288      498-498
Reply to Delegations from Eastern Colonies..   288      498-604
-Colborne to Glenelg [Duplicate]    281      159-162
-Colborne to Glenelg [Duplicate]     281       157-158
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 67     288       605-522
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 68 '.    288      627-584
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 69    288      599-602
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 70     288       608-610
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 71     288       626-628
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 72, dated 29th in     288       629-680
Inclosed in No. 70—
Bathurst to Drummond, 9 Deoember, 1815...   288      616-610
Garrow and Shepherd to Bathurst, 16 November, 1815    288      617-622
■Durham to Glenelg, No. 73    284 5-8
■Durham to Glenelg, No. 75 •     284 67
Inolosing—
Petition of Widow MoKeighnay, 7 September, 1888    284 75-78
MoTaggart to Widow MoKeighnay ?, 26 April,
1888    284 79-82
With Certificate from J. Olugston     284 88-86
Durham to Glenelg, No. 76    284 87
Inolosing—
Statement of Receipts on account of Casual
and Territorial Revenue, 2 October, 1888.
Statement of Receipts on account, of Grown
Lands, 2 October, 1838    284 91
Durham to Glenelg, No. 77    284        99-102
Inclosing—
Address  from  Inhabitant!   of  Quebeo,  with
reply    284      106-112
Durham to Glenelg, No. 78     284      118-116
Address from Inhabitants  of Toronto, with
reply    284      119-126
Durham to Glenelg, No. 79     284       127-180
Address from Inhabitants of Kingston, with
reply    284      186-140
Inclosed   in   No.   67,   Proclamation  by  Durham
[Duplicate], "8 October, 1888     284     147-149a
Colborne to Glenelg    281 169
Inclosing—
Mackenzie to Colborne    281 181
Petition of D. McGillis, August, 1888    281      177-180 74
16 Oct., 1838,
20 Oct., 1838,
20 Oct., 1838,
20 Oct., 1838,
20 Oct., 1838,
20 Oct., 1838,
22 Oct., 1838,
22 Oct., 1838,
24 Oct., 1838,
24 Oct., 1838,
25 Oct., 1838,
26 Oct., 1838,
26 Oct., 1838,
26 Oct., 1838,
26 Oct.,   1838.—:
26 Oct.,   1838,
29 Oct.,   1838,
30 Oct.,
1838
30 Oct.,
1838
30 Oct.,
1838
30 Oct.,
1838
iHi
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1838
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Vol. Pages.
Durham to Glenelg, No. 84  284 289-302
Inclosing—
Fox to Durham, 4 October, 1838  284 311-321
Extract from Fox to Durham, 5 October, 1838. 284 319-322
Durham to Glenelg, No. 87  284 341-344
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 88  284 357-364
■Durham to Glenelg, No. 89  284 367-392
Durham to Glenelg, No. 91  284 419-427
Inclosing—
Sewell to Governor General, 9 October, 1838. 284 433-436
Durham to Glenelg, No. 92  284 437-444
Inclosing—
Petre to McDonald, 25 August, 1838  284 445-447
Macdonald to Petre, 14 September, 1838.... 284 449-451
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 94  284 499-500
Inclosing—
Goodman to Fitzroy, 19 September, 1838.... 284 507-508
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 95. '.  284 525-526'
Durham to Glenelg, No. 96  284 529-532
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 97  284 533
Inclosing—
Memorial from Catholic Bishops of Quebec, 20
October, 1838  284 541-543
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 98  284 563-566
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 99  284 569-572
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 100  284 575-578
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 101  284 579-582
Inclosing—
Address from Clergy of Established Church, /
11 October, 1838  284 583-590
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 102  284 591
Wieksteed to Buller, 25 October, 1838  284 593-598
Durham to Glenelg, No. 103  284 599-602
Durham to Glenelg, No. 104  284 605-606
Inclosing—
Certificates of Baptism of two persons named
Louis Perrault Reference wanted
I. F. Perrault to Buller, 20 October, 18â8.... 284 607-612
Durham to Glenelg, No. 106  284 615-632
Inclosing—
Petition of Edward Shuel, 20 September, 1838. 284 635-638
Durham to Glenelg, No. 107  284 653-661
Inclosing—
Proclamation by Durham, 31 October, 1838.. 284 663-666
•Durham to Glenelg, No. 108..  284 673-675
Inclosing—
Head to Buller, 29 October, 1838  284 677-680
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 109  284 681-682
Inclosing—
.. ■    Arthur to Durham, No. 23, 24 October, 1838.. 284 687-700
-Durham to Glenelg, No. 110  284 703-707
Inclosing—
Extract from Judges Report in District of Quebec. 284 709-711
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Vol. Pages.
30 Oct.,   1888.—Durham to Glenelg, No. Ill  284 719-721
2 Nov., 1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 1  281 193-196
6 Nov.,  1888.—Colborne to Glenelg  281 207-208
11 Nov., 1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 8  281 211-222
17 Nov.,  1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 4  281 287-244
17 Nov., 1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 5  281 259-266
18 Nov.,  1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 6  281 811-812
Inclosing—
Dundas to Goldie, 16 November, 1838  281 819-822
20 Nov.,  1888.—Durham to Glenelg, No. 7..  . '.  281 829-880
Inclosing—
Cary to Montizambert, 16 November, 1838... 281 881-836
26 Nov.,  1838.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 8  281              341
28 Nov.,  1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 10  281 365-870
29 Nov.,  1838.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 11  281             879
Inclosing—
List   of   Despatches   from   Colonial   Department  281 881-386
18 Nov.,  1888.—Colborne to Glenelg  281 828-826
30 Nov.,  1888.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 12  281 887-894
Inclosing—
Nickle to Griffin, 22 November, 1838  281 895-398
Inclosed in letter of December 14—
Goldie to Justices of King's Bench, 23 November, 1888  281 447-450
Inclosing—
Panet and Bedard's explanation for issuing
writ on John Seed (French), 29 November, 1838  281 451-468
Minutes of Proceedings, 21 November, 1888.. 281 469-880
Panet's reason for granting writ on John Seed,
21 November, 1838  281 881-880
Opinion of Attorney General in case of John
Seed (7)  281 551-674
Stewart to Goldie (8), 8 December, 1838.... 281 575-678
Goldie Jo Chief Justices (9), 4 December, 1838. 281 679-682
Chief Justices Report (10), 5 December, 1838. 281 888-686
Rolland to Goldie (11), 7 December, 1838.... 281 687-890
Report respecting decision of the Justices (12). 281 691-694
Goldie to Panet and Bedard (18), 8 December, 1888  281 698-602'
Bedard to Goldie (14), 12 December, 1888... 281 608-606
Goldie to Bedard (18), 13 December, 1888... 281 607-610
Bedard to Colborne (16), 23 November, 1888. 281 611-614
Rowles to Bedard (17), 22 November, 1888.. 281 615-618
Goldie to Rowles (18), 8 December, 1838.... 281 619-622
Goldie to Bedard (19), 8 December, 1838... 281 628-626
14 Dec,   1838.—       Colborne to Glenelg.. ..  281 419-420
Inclosures placed before letter of December 14.
19 Dec,   1838.—Colborne to Glenelg  281 627-645
Inclosing—
Report of Committee of Council, 18 December,
1888  281 627-645 76 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
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Report of Committee of Council, 15 December,
1838  281 627-645
25 Dec,   1838.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 15  281 627-645
26 Dec,   1838.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 16  281 627-645
Inclosing—
List of Members sworn in Executive Council,
4 November, 1838  281 627-645
27 Dec,   1838.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 17  281 627-645
31 December, 1838.—Colborne to Glenelg, No. 18 [Duplicate]  281 899-902
Inclosing—
Vallieres to Goldie (1), 12 December, 1838.. 281 905-908
Statement by  Vallieres   and Depositions  &c
(2-4)  281 911-960
Ogden to Goldie (5)  281 911-960
Minutes of Council (6), 27 December, 1838.. 281 961-964
Opinion of Chief Justices   (7), 7 December,
1838  281 965-980
Ogden to Goldie (8), 27 December, 1838.... 281 981-984
Solicitor General's Opinion (9), 26 December,
1838 •  281 985-996
Goldiè to Vallieres (10), 28 December, 1838.. 281 997-1000
Lower Canada Duplicate Despatches (23).
CO. 42.
Vol. Vol. Pages.
33, 1839—Jan. 2.—No. 2, Colborne to Glenelg  293 43
Inclosing—
Schedule of Despatches sent to Colonial
Office ?  293 47-77
33, 1839—Jan. 15.—No. 4, Colborne to Glenelg  293 91-92
Inclosing—
List of members of Special Council..   .. 293 95
33, 1839—Jan. 15—No. 6, Colborne to Glenelg  293       127-129
33, 1839—Jan. 15.—No. 7, Colborne to Glenelg §  293 131
Inclosing—
List of Despatches received..  ..  '.  293 133
33, 1839—Jan. 17.—No. 8, Colborne to Glenelg  293 139
Inclosing—
Printed proclamation, 17 January, 1839. 293 141
33, 1839—Jan. 18.—No. 9, Colborne to Glenelg  293 147
Inclosing—
Statement of clergy reserves sold  293 149
33, 1839—Jan. 18.—No. 10, Colborne to Glenelg  293 155
Inclosing—
Return of clergy reserves, 21 May, 1838.. 293 157
33, 1839—Jan. 18.—No. 11, Colborne to Glenelg (dated 19th in Vol.
293)  293       163-164
Inclosing—
Hale to Goldie, 11 January, 1839  293       165-166
West to Hale, 2 June, 1831  293 167 88, 1839—Jan. 21
88, 1889-
88, 1889-
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-Jan. 29
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88, 1839
88, 1839-
88, 1839-
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-Jan. 29.
—Jan. 81,
-Jan. 81
-Mar. 15
88, 1839-
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-Feb. 5,
88, 1839—Feb. 22
88, 1889—Feb. 23
88, 1889—Feb. 25,
88, 1889—Feb. 27
88, 1839—Feb. 28
88, 1839—Mar. 18
88, 1839—Mar. 14
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—No. 12, Colborne to Glenelg  298 171-178
Inolosing—
Ogden to Goldie, 11 January, 1889  298 191-198
—No. 18, Colborne to Glenelg  298 196-197
—No. 14, Colborne to Glenelg  298 199-202
—No. 16, Colborne to Glenelg  298 208-207
Inolosing—
Proceedings of Council, 14 January, 1889. 298 209-211
—No. 16, Colborne to Glenelg  298 227-282
—No. 19, Colborne to Glenelg  298 299-800
Inolosing—
Cochran to Goldie, 28 January, 1889.. .. 298 807-810
Yorke to Cochran, 19 Maroh, 1889...  .. 298 811-812
—No. 20, Colborne to Glenelg  298 816-816
Inclosing—
Black to Goldie, 24 January, 1889  293 819-821
—No. 21, Colborne to Glenelg  298 827-828
Inolosing—
Black to Goldie, 26 January, 1889  298 829
—No. 22, Colborne to Glenelg  298 886-886
Inclosing—
Morrin to Goldin, 28 January, 1889.... 298 887-888
Return of Seamen, 21 January, 1889.... 298 889
—No. 24, Colborne to Glenelg  298 866-862
Printed extract of above Despatch [print]. 298 868
I—No. 39, Colborne to Glenelg [print]  298 868-864
Inclosing—
Report of Council to Colborne, 7 February,
1889 [print]  298 864
-No. 26, Colborne to Glenelg  298 877
-No. 27, Colborne to Glenelg  298 389-890
Inclosing—
Black, to Goldie, 28 January, 1889  298 897-898
Black to Goldie, 81 January, 1889  298 399-400
—No. 81, Colborne to Glenelg  298 467-468
—No. 82, Colborne to Glenelg  298 478
—No. 88, Colborne to Glenelg  298 477-478
Inclosing—
Rowan to Civil Secretary, 18 February,
1889  298 479
Gore to Rowan, 11 September, 1888.... 298 481-488
—No. 86, Colborne to Glenelg  298 498-495
—No. 86, Colborne to Glenelg  298 606
Inolosing—
List of Despatches received..  298 867
■No. 87, Colborne to Glenelg  294 6-8
Inclosing—
Young to Ogden, 24 November, 1888.. .. '294 18-17
Ogden to the Russian Consul  294 19-20
No. 88, Colborne to Glenelg  294 28-24 78
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-April 8,
-April 9,
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No. 39, Colborne to Glenelg     294
Inclosing—
Report  to  Colborne  of   a  Committee   of
Council, 7 February, 1839     294
No. 41. Colborne to Glenelg     294
Confidential^ Colborne to Glenelg     294
No. 42, Colborne to Glenelg     294
Inclosing—
Observations    on    plan    for    forming    a
Veteran Battalion, 4 September, 1838.   294
No. 44, Colborne to Glenelg     294
No. 45, Colborne to Glenelg     294
Inclosing—
Lindsay  and Muir to  Goldie,  16 March,
1839     294
Bayfield to Goldie, 9 March, 1839     294
• Lindsay  and Muir to  Goldie,  19  March,
1839    %     294
No. 46, Colborne to Glenelg '.     294
Inclosing—
Russell to Commissioners of Crown Lands.   294
S o. 47, Colborne to Glenelg     294
Inclosing—
Report of Council, 27 March, 1839     294
Case of James Kerr, December, 1838. .   ..    294
Memorial of Kerr to Colborne. 9 March,
1839     294
No. 48, Colborne to Glenelg     294
Inclosing—
Statement of receipts and expenditure on
account   of   Crown   Lands,   &c,^o0
March, 1839     294
Receipts from Crown Lands, &c, 30 March,
1839     294
Receipts  from  casual  and -territorial  revenue, 30 March, 1839     294
-No. 49, Colborne to Glenelg     294
Inclosing—
Receipts  from  casual   and  territorial  revenue, 1 April, 1839     294
Receipts from Crown Lands, &c, 1 April,
1839     294
—No. 50, Colborne to Glenelg     294
—Separate, Colborne to Normanby     294
—No. 51,*Colborne to Normanby     294
—No. 52, Colborne to Normanby     294
Inclosing—
Ordinance 2 Vic, Cap. 51.
—No. 53, Colborne to Normanby     294
Another copy of No. 53     294
Inclosing—
Report of Buchanan to Colborne, 20 January, 1839     294       263-266
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Four returns of emigrants     294
Extracts from weekly reports     294 270
13.—No. 54, Colborne to Normanby     294       299-300
Inclosing—
Rowan to Goldie, 16 March, 1839     294       305-306
Hall to Rowan, 15 March, 1839     294       307-308
Account    of    disbursements    for    secret
service     294 311
13.—No. 55, Colborne to Normanby 294       323-326
Inclosing—
List   of   ordinances   passed   by   Special
Council     294       341-347
15.—No. 56, Colborne to Normanby     294       513-514
16.—No. 57, Colborne to Normanby     294       517-520
Inclosing—
Monthly   return   of   the   paid   Volunteer
Corps, 1 April, 1839, No. 1     294 523
Monthly return of all the Volunteer Corps,
1 April, 1839, No. 2     294 525
Return of all the paid Volunteer forces,
10 April, 1839     294 527
Colborne to Sir G. Arthur, 16 April, 1839.   294       529-536
16.—No. 58, Colborne to Normanby '294       537-538
Inclosing—
Sir G. Arthur to Colborne, 8 April, 1839.    294 541
Address to Colborne from Legislative
Council and House of Assembly, 25
and 26 March, 1839     294       541-542
16.—No. 59, Colborne to Normanby     294 555
Inclosing—
List of Despatches received     294 557
17._No. 60, Colborne to Normanby     294 563
19.—No. 61, Colborne to Normanby     294 567
Inclosing—
List of Despatches received     294 . 569
19.—No. 62, Colborne to Normanby     294       575-578
Inclosing—
Report of the Executive  Council on the
establishment of a Court of Appeal, 19
February, 1839     294       579-580
Report   respecting  commutation   of  Lods
et Ventes, 1 March, 1839     294 597
Report on the establishment  of registry
offices, 2 March, 1839     294       609-617
Printed copies of No. 55, No 62 and its
Enclosures     294       329-579
4. No. 65, Colborne to Normanby     295 25-28
(endorsed May) 5.—No. 66, Colborne to Normanby.    295    _      41-57
7.—No. 68, Colborne to Normanby ..  ..    295       225-228
Inclosing—
Griffin to Goldie, 13 February, 1839 (with
tables of distances)     295       235-245
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Inclosing—
List of Despatches received '.    295
No. 73, Colborne to Normanby.. .'     295
Inclosing—
Return of Arms in Upper Canada, 4 June,
1839 (dated 15 May in Vol. 295)....    295
-No. 76, Colborne to Normanby     295
Inclosing—
Return of the revenues received in each of
the years 1833 to 1838     295
Return of the amount, &c, of public debt
for the same years     295
Public expenditure of the province for the
same period     295
-No. 77, Colborne to Normanby     295
Inclosing—
Statement   of  the  revenue   and  expenditure of Lower Canada, No. 1.
Return of moneys received and expended
on  account   of  the  Quebec  Decayed
Pilot Fund, 2 January, 1839, No. 2.
Account of the Montreal Decayed Pilot
Fund, No. 3, 2 January, 1839.
Return of local revenues,  1  June, 1839,
No. 4.
Return   of  local  revenues,   Montreal,   31
May, 1839, No. 5.
(Inclosures not in No. 295.)
-No. 82, Colborne to Normanby     295
Inclosing—
List of Despatches received     295
-No. 84, Colborne to Normanby     295
Inclosing—
Ryland to Goldie, 6 June, 1839     295
No. 87, Colborne to Normanby.     295
No. 88, Colborne to Normanby     295
No. 89, Colborne to Normanby     !"95
Inclosing—
Memorial to Colborne from Sewell, June
21, 1839..     295
Report of Commissioners of Crown Lands,
8 June, 1839     295
Murray to Kempt, 25 November, 1829...    295
No. 90, Colborne to Normanby     295
Inclosing—
Memorial  to   Colborne  from  Smith  and
de Léry, 26 June, 1839.
Extract, Secretary of State to Gosford, 22
August, 1837.
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No. 93, Colborne to Normanby     295       703-704
Inclosing—
Petition   to   Normanby   from   Rev.   J.
Bethune, 12 June, 1839     295       713-715
■No. 94, Colborne to Normanby     295       719-720
Inclosing—
Statement of receipts and expenditure on
account of Crown Lands, &c, 3 July,
1839     295 723
Receipts from Crown Lands, 3 July, 1839.    295 725
Receipts from casual and territorial revenue, 3 July, 1839 ....*..    295              727
—No. 98, Colborne to Normanby     295       755-756
.—[No. 105], Colborne to Normanby     296 51
—No. 99, Colborne to Normanby : ..    295       759-780
■No. 100, Colborne to Normanby     295 771
•No. 101, Colborne to Normanby     295 811
Inclosing—
List of Despatches received     295 313
•No. 103, Colborne to Normanby     296 27
—No. 106, Colborne to Normanby     296 75-6
Inclosing—
Lindsay and Muir to Goldie, 16 August,
1839     296 83
Drysdale to Lindsay and Muir, 13 August,
1839     296 85-86
—No. 107, Colborne to Normanby     296 91-104
—No. 108, Colborne to Normanby     296       115-118
—No. 109, Colborne to Normanby     296       135-137
-No. 110, Colborne to Normanby..     296       147-148
Inclosing—
Sheppard to Goldie     296       149-150
.—No. Ill, Colborne to Normanby..     296       155-156
—No. 112, Colborne to Normanby     296       163-166
Inclosing—
Ôgden to Goldie, 23 July, 1839     296       191-195
Trial  of  François  Jalbert,  in  Montreal
Gazette of 10 September, 1839     296       199-207
Goldie to Attorney General, 17 July, 1839.   296       187-189
—No. 114, Colborne to Normanby     296       217-218
Inclosing—
Five returns relating to the clergy reserved
lands; Commissioners of Crown Lands
to Goldie, 13 June, 1839; Ogden to
Goldie, 13 September, 1839     296       273-341
—No. 116, Colborne to Normanby     296       373-374
—No. 117, Colborne to Normanby *.....    296       381-383
Inclosing—
Arthur to Colborne, 21 September, 1839..    296       395-402
Colborne to Arthur, 26 September, 1839..    296       403-411
—No. 119, Colborne to Normanby     296 439
Inclosing—
List of Despatches received     296 441 82
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-Oct. 3.—No. 121, Colborne to Normanby	
Inclosing—
Receipts on account of the casual and territorial   revenue,   2    October,    1839,
No. 1     296 459
Receipts on account of Crown Lands, &c,
No. 2     296 461
—No. 122, Colborne to Russell     296   .   463-464
—No. 123, Colborne to Russell     296        471-472
• Inclosing—
Report of Council, 4 June, 1839 296        477-482
—No. 124, Colborne to Russell     296        485-486
—No. 126, Colborne to Russell     296        497-498
Inclosing—
Boston and Barron to Goldie, 18 October,
1839     296        507-509
Barron to Goldie, 18 October, 1839     296        503-506
No. 1, Thomson to Russell     297 95-96
Inclosing—
Quebec Gazette, 19 October, 1839     297 107
Address from the Magistrates of Quebec
to Thomson, October, 1839     297       109-113
Thomsons reply to Address     297       115-116
No. 2, Thomson to Russell  297 119-120
Inclosing—
Address from the Committee of Trade to
Thomson, with reply  297 129-135
-Oct. 22.—No. 3, Thomson to Russell. .   . X^.  297 137-138
-Oct. 31.—No. 4, Thomson to Russell  297 157-162
-Nov. 2.—No. 5, Thomson to Russell  297 199-203
Inclosing—
Prospectus of the N.A. Colonial Association; Pearson to Thomson, 9 September, 1839  297 213-215
Confidential, Thomson to Russell  297 269-276
Inclosing—
Leclerc to Murdoch, 4 November, 1839.. 297 285-296
Ogden to Murdoch, 5 November, 1839... 297 297-299
[No. 6], Thomson to Russell  297 221-225
Inclosing—
Fox to Thomson, 3 November, 1839  297 241-246
Fox to Harvey, 2 November, 1839....  .. 297 249-263
Thomson to Harvey, 11 November, 1839. 297 265-268
-Nov. 16.—No. 8, Thomson to Russell  297 321-323
-Nov. 16.—No. 9, Thomson to Russell  297 327
-Nov. 17.—No. 10, Thomson to Russell  297 331
-Nov. 18.—No. 12, Thomson to Russell  297 339-349
Inclosing—
Address   to   Thomson   from   the   Special
Council, 14 November, 1839  297 361-363 »
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. ber, 1839     297       369-371
Reply from Thomson [14 November, 1839]    297       373-374
Journals of the Special Council     297       377-407
-Nov. 23.—No. 13, Thomson to Russell     297       411-413
Iticlosing—
Address to Thomson from the Mayor and
Aldermen of Toronto, with reply....    297       421-429
Address   from   Glengarry,   18   November,
1839     297       431-437
Address   from   Prescott,   18   November,
1839;  with reply     297       451-460
Address from inhabitants of Prescott and
its vicinity; with reply     297       443-448
Address from the merchants of Kingston.    297       475-480
Address from the magistrates, clergy, &c,
of Kingston, 18 November, 1839..   ..    297       463-467
Thomson's reply     297       471-473
-Nov. 14.—No. 14, Thomson to Russell     297       483-484
Inclosing—
Address to Thomson from the merchants
of Toronto, 20 November, 1839     297       495-498
Address   of   inhabitants   of   Toronto   to
Thomson     297       503-504
-Dec 2.—Thomson to Russell, No. 15     297       511-513
-Dec 6.—No. 16, Thomson to Russell     297       519-521
-Dec 6.—No. 17, Thomson to Russell     297 559
Inclosing—
Address to Thomson from inhabitants of
Hamilton; with reply     297       585-590
Address from the District of Talbot, with
reply, 26 November, 1839.,     297 607
Inclosures in No. 17 of 6 December, 1839.    297 559
Address from the  County of  Simcoe,  1.8
November, 1839; reply, 26 November,
1839.     297       564-565
Gore Address, .and reply     297 579
Address of the Joint Committee, and reply.   297 567
Victoria Address, and reply     297 575
Bytown Address, October 22, 1839     297 577
[Murdoch to McGill], 2 November, 1839,
reply to Address from Bytown     297 577
Home District Address, and reply     297 581
Glengarry Address, and reply     297       571-572
_Dee. 7._No. 18, Thomson to Russell     297       613-618
Inclosing—
Speech of the Governor to the Legislative
Council and House of Assembly....    297       629-630
Reply from the Legislative Council, 4 December, 1839     297       631-638
Reply from the House of Assembly, 5 December, 1839     297       643-646
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Message from the Governor General to the
House of Assembly     297       651-658
-Dec. 9.—No. 20, Thomson to Russell ,     298 29-3*
-Dec. 15—Confidential, Thomson to Russell     298       175-217
-Dec. 23.—No. 22, Thomson to Russell     298       237-247
Inclosing—
Pamphlet:  Messages  from  the   Governor
General, with resolutions of the House
of Assembly '     298       255-257
Resolutions   of  the   House   of   Assembly
[Duplicate]     298       263-311
-Dec. 23.—Confidential, Thomson to Russell [another copy
follows]     298       225-230
-Dec 24.—No. 23, Thomson to Russell     298       317-319
Inclosing—
Extract from the Journals of the Legislative Council     298       323-327
-Dec. 24.—Confidential, Thomson to Russell     298       331-376
-Nov. 18.—No. 1, Jackson to Russell     298       535-536
Inclosing—
Proclamation, November 18, 1839     298       539-542
-Nov. 19.—No. 2, Jackson to Russell  228 549
Schedule of Despatches received  298 551
-Dec. 10.—No. 5, Jackson to Russell  298 591
Inclosing—
Ogden to Montizambert, 5 December, 1839. 298       597-598
J)ec 15.—No. 6, Jackson to Russell  298 607
-Dec. 26.—No. 7, Jackson to Russell  298 611
Inclosing—
Schedule of Despatches received  298 613
Lower Canada Duplicate Despatches (24).
CO. 42.
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-Jan. 1.—No. 1, Jackson to Russell  ..    312 681
. Inclosing—
Schedule of Despatches sent to the Colonial Office     312       685-706'
-Jan. 2.—No. 2, Jackson to Russell     312 709
-Jan. 6.—No. 3, Jackson to Russell     312       729-730
-Jan. 7.—No. 4, Jackson to Russell.. .'     312 743
Inclosing—
Return of the net revenue and expenditure
from, 1835 to 1838     312       745-747
-Jan. 13.—No. 6, Jackson to Russell     312 755
-Jan. 14.—No. 7, Jackson to Russell     312       767-768
Inclosing—
Report of the Executive Council, 30 Decern, 1839 '     312       773-774 MISCELLANEOUS 85
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84, 1840—Jan. 19.—No. 10, Jackson to Russell     312       815-816
Inclosing—
Jackson to Fox, 19 January, 1840     312       831-882
Jackson to Harvey, 19 January, 1840.. .-.    312       829-830
Jackson to the Governor General, 19 January, 1840     312       827-828
84, 1840—Feb. 11.—No. 11, Jackson to Russell     312       839-840
84, 1840—Feb. 19.—No. 13, Jackson to Russell     312 851
Inclosing—
Return of emigrants, 2 August, 1839.
Jessopp to the Civil Secretary, 25 January, 1840.
Abstract of Imports, 1824 to 1837.
Abstract of Exports, 1824 to 1837.
Return   of   vessels   entered   and   cleared,
1824 to 1837.
Abstract of Exports, Port of St. John's,
1830 to 1837.
Abstract of Exports, Port of St. John's,
1824 to 1829.
Abstract of Imports, Port of St. John's,
1830 to 1837.
Abstract of Imports, Port of St. John's,
1824 to 1829.
Abstract of the revenue of Lower Canada,
1824 to 1838.
Return of the public expenditure of Lower
Canada, 1824 to 1838.
Return   of   Imports,   Port   of   Stanstead,
1834 to 1837.
Hoyle  to   Civil   Secretary,  15  February,
1840.
Comparative return of Imports, 1824 to
1838.
Simpson  to  Montizambërt,  February  20,
1840.
Exports from Montreal, 1832 to 1837.
Hall to Montizambërt, 13 March, 1840.
Return of Imports, Montreal, 1832 to 1837.
Return of Imports, Montreal, 1832 to 1837.
34, 1840—Jan. 13.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell..     308 5-9
Inclosing—
Address to Thomson from "the House of
Assembly, 3i December, 1839     308 15
Governor's reply     308 17
34, 1840-^Jan. 13.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell     308 23-28
34, 1840—Jan. 17.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell     308 55-58
Inclosing—
Jpnes to Murdoch, 15 January, 1840..  ..    308 65-77
34, 1840—Jan. 18.—No. 26, Thomson to Russell     308 81-91
Inclosing—
Hawke to Murdoch, 23 December, 1839..    308
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Memorandum, Hawke to Harrison, 9 July,
1839, No. 1     308       117-112
Memorandum, Hawke , 11 September,
1839     308       122-127
Return of emigrants, 23 December, 1839,
No. 2     308 129
' Hawke to Murdoch, 31 December, 1839..    308       101-107
Brown to Hawke, 26 December, 1839     308        109-110
McDonell to Hawke, 17 December, 1839..    308       111-113
34, 1840—Jan. 18.—No. 27, Thomson to [Russell]     308 133"
Inclosing—
Petition   to   the   Queen   from   Elizabeth
Walker, December 28, 1839     308        135-138
Address to the Queen from the House of
Assembly, Upper Canada, 13 January,
1840 [inclosed in Despatch No. 28 of
18 January, 1840]     308        155-156
■No. 30, Thomson to Russell     308 179
Inclosing—
Address to the Queen from Mrs. Sewell,
6 January, 1840     308        185-189
Duke  of Kent to  Sewell,  30 November,
1814     308       193-195
No. 31, Thomson to Russell     308       197-199
No. 32, Thomson to Russell     308 205
Inclosing—
Governor's reply to Bishop and Clergy of
Toronto     308        215-216
Address to Thomson from the Bishop and
Clergy of Toronto, 30 December, 1839.   308       211-213
No. 34, Thomson to Russell     308       237-238
Inclosing—
Address to Thomson from the Commons
of Upper Canada, 13 December, 1839.   308 22
Thomson's reply, 14 January, 1840     308 23
34,1840—Jan. 22.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell '..    308       249-281
Inclosing—
Civil list.. '     308       295-297
34, 1840—Jan. 22.—No. 36, Thomson to Russell     308       435-484
Inclosing—
An  Act to  provide for  the  sale  of the
Clergy reserves, &c, January, 1840...    308       492-494
Message from the Governor General on the
subject of the Clergy reserves     308 491
Reply of the Governor General to Address
from" Council and House of Assembly.    308       499-501
-No. 37, Thomson to Russell     308       505-508
No. 39, Thomson to Russell     308       541-550
Inclosing—
'The   Church,'   Cobourg,   Upper   Canada,
February 8, 1840     308
-No. 40, Thomson to Russell     308       561-562
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34, 1940—Feb. 10.—No. 41, Thomson to Russell  308 727
34, 1840—Feb. 11.—No. 42, Thomson to Russell  308 729-736
Inclosing—
Parke to Colborne,' 4 April, 1839  308 755-773
Extract from Minutes of Council, 17 May,
1839  308 747-752
34. 1340—Feb. 12.—No. 44, Thomson to Russell  308 791-801
34, 1840—Feb. 12.—No. 45, Thomson to Russell  308 817-818
34, 1840—Feb. 12.—No. 46, Thomson to Russell  308 831-840
34, 1840—Feb. 15.—No. 53, Thomson to Russell  308 1009-1011
34, 1840—Feb. 13.—No. 47, Thomson to Russell  308 853-862
34, 1840—Feb. 20.—No. 56, Thomson to Russell  308 1067-1072
34, 1840—Feb. 21.—No. 57, Thomson to Russell  308 1.081-1083
Inclosing—
Address to the Queen, 31 January, 1840.. 308 1089-1097
34, 1840—Feb. 22.—No. 58, Thomson to Russell  308 1101-1103
34, 1840—Feb. 23.—No. 59, Thomson to Russell -  308 1107-1108
34, 1840—Feb. 28.—No. 62, Thomson to Russell  308 1141-1143
Inclosing—
Lieutenant Governor Fitzroy to the Governor General, 24 December, 1839... 308 1149-1151
Extract, Baynes to Fitzroy,  20  September, 1839  308 1153-1154
34. 1840—Feb. 29.—No. 63J, Thomson to Russell  308 1197-1198
Inclosing—
Clitherow to the Chief Secretary, February 24,1841  308 1199-1201
34. 1840—Mar. 2.—No. 64, Thomson to Russell  309 5-7
Inclosing—
Memorial   to   Thomson   from   Kerr,   29
February, 1840  309 13-16
34; 1840—Mar. 4.—No. 65, Thomson to Russell  309 17
Inclosing—
Oldfield to Murdoch, 4 March, 1840..   .. 309 19
Returns relating to the Rideau Canal... 309 25-29
34, 1840—Mar.    9.—No. 66, Thomson to Russell  . 309 33-38
34, 1840—Mar. 11.—No. 67, Thomson to Russell  309 65-74
34, 1840—Mar.    9.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell  309 45-60
34, 1840—Mar. 13.—No. 68, Thomson to Russell  309 95-100
34, 1840—Mar. 16.—No. 71, Thomson to Russell  309 127-128 .
34' 1840—Mar. 17.—No. 72, Thomson to Russell  309 137-138
Inclosing—
Inhabitants of Stanstead, &c, to Murdoch,
No. 3, March 5, 1840  309 153-155
Col. Nickle's reply to Address, No. 2, 5
March, 1840;   Address to Nickle from
inhabitants of Stanstead, No. I. .   .. 309 149-152
34, 1840—Mar. 18.—No. 73, Thomson to Russell  309 157-159
34! 1840—Mar. 20.—No. 74, Thomson to Russell  309 165-166
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Stayner, 6 March, 1840  309 171-172
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-Thomson to Russell.. .,     309       191-192
Inclosing—
Kerr to Murdoch, 20 March, 1840     309       193-195
—No. 77, Thomson to Russell     309       199-213
—No. 78, Thomson to Russell     309       267-268
—No. 79, Thomson to Russell     309       343-344
—(Private), Jackson to Russell     312
-No. 80, Thomson to Russell     309       347-349
Inclosing—
Petition from the Roman Catholic Clergy
to the Queen, 25 February, 1840....    309 355
-No. 81, Thomson to Russell     309       357-360
.—No. 82, Thomson to Russell     309       363-364
—No. 82, Thomson to Russell     309       377-380
,—No. 85, Thomson to Russell     309       397-408
,—No. 88, Thomson to Russell     309       631-634
.—No. 89, Thomson to Russell     309 689
—No. 90, Thomson to Russell     309       697-699
—No. 91, Thomson to Russell     309       707-708
.—No. 92, Thomson to Russell     309      "715-718
Inclosing—
Thomson   to   the   Commissioner   of   the
Forces, 15 November, 1839     309       731r733
Jackson to the Governor General, 15 No-  -
ember, 1839     309       727-730
—No. 94, Thomson to Russell     309       757-758
,—No. 96, Thomson to Russell     309 781
Inclosing—
. Petition to Thomson from the Montreal
Board of Trade, 23 April, 1840     309       791-793
—No. 97, Thomson to Russfell.
Inclosing—
Memorial    to    Thomson    from    Etienne
Labadie, 27 April, 1840.
(Not in 309, though noted in index to vol.)
Lower Canada Duplicate Despatches (25).
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CO
Vol.
Abstract of Ordinances prepared by the Attorney General—Nos.
115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127,
128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140,
and 141 to 164.   3 Victoria.   (Reference wanting.)
1840—May 2.—No. 99, Thomson to Russell:	
Inclosing—
Murdoch to Dr. Boys, 3 February, 1840..
Boys to Murdoch, 11 February, 1840..   ..
Bishop of Toronto to Boys, 10 February,
1840	
Boys to Thomson, 12 February, 1840.. ..
Boys to Symonds, 14 February, 1840.. ..
Murdoch to Boys, 15 February, 1840..
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310
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63-67
310
69-72
310
185
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75-76
310
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35, 1846—May 26
36, 1840—May 26
.35, 1840—May 26
85, 1840—May 27,
36, 1840—May 27
Vol.
No. 100, Thomson to Russell  310
Inclosing—
Routh to Murdoch, 23 April, 1840  310       108-107
Clitherow to Chief Secretary, 27 April,
1840  310       113-116
No. 101, Thomson to Russell  310       117-120
Inclosing—
Derbishire to Murdoch, 4 May, 1840.... 310       121-126
-No. 102, Thomson to Russell  310       129-136
-No. 103, Thomson to Russell  310              155
-(Confidential), Thomson to Russell  310       159-181
-No. 104, Thomson to Russell  310       183-185
—No. 105, Thomson to Russell  310       191-192
—No. 106, Thomson to Russell  310       199-202
•Inclosing—
Harrison to Murdoch, 2 May, 1840...   .. 310       207-212
—No. 107, Thomson to Russell  310              215
Inclosing—
Return   of   instalments   due   on   Crown
Lands, 4 March, 1840  310       253-254
Statement bf   arrears   of   Quit   rents,   4
March, 1840  310              255
Davidson and Bouthillier to Murdoch, 4
March, 1840  .310       261-268
Davidson and Bouthillier to Murdoch, 7
March, 1840  310       269-270
—No. 108, Thomson to Russell  310       273-274
Inclosing—
Morgan to Murdoch, 20 April, 1840  310              277
—No. 109, Thomson to Russell  310       283-284
Inclosing—
Case, submitted by the Attorney General
[Ogden], 15 May, 1840  310       293-297
.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell  310       301-319
.—No. 110, Thomson to Russell  310       325-326
Inclosing—
Arthur to Thomson, 18 May, 1840  310       333-336
.—No. Ill, Thomson to Russell  310       337-343
.—No. 112, Thomson to Russell  310       349-355
.—No. 113, Thomson to Russell  310       377-378
.—No. 114, Thomson to Russell  310       385-388
Inclosing—
Stayner to Murdoch, 23 May, 1840  310       397-403
.—No. 115, Thomson to Russell  310       405-420
.—(Confidential), Thomson to Russell  310       443-450
No. 116, Thomson to Russell  310       481-483
Inclosing—
Routh to Montizambërt, 28 April, 1840... 310       493-495
Tucker to Knowles, 22 February, 1840... 310       497-498
Jarvis to  ?  (reference wanting), 19
February, 1840.
Remains of Indian presents in store, 24
April, 1840  310       499-500
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-June 27.-
-June 25-
-June 26.-
Vol.
(Confidential), Thomson to Russell  (dated 27
May in Vol. 310)     310
Inclosing—
List of Bills reserved (not in 310).
-No. 118, Thomson to Russell     310
Inclosing—
Routh to Murdoch, 2 May, 1840     310
Rates of Exchange, 3 May, 1840...."..    310
-No. 123, Thomson to Russell     310
-No. 124, Thomson to Russell     310
Inclosing—
Davidson and Bouthillier to Murdoch, 20
.   June, 1840     310
No.  46, Prescott to Russell,  Col.   Cor.  New-
.   fdld '       86
ing papers are inclosures in No. 129 of 27 June,
Thomson to Russell, Vol. 310:—
A. Statement of the estimated Provincial Ex
penditure  and Revenue for the year
1840, Lower Canada     310
. A. Estimated Revenue     310
Aa. Statement of the estimated Provincial Expenditure and Revenue for the year
1840, Upper Canada     310
No. 1. Statement continued     310
B. Statement of the public debt for 1840, &c,
Lower Canada     310
Bb. Statement of the public debt for 1840, &c,
Upper Canada     310
C. Statement of the  annual charges, for the
interest of the public debt &c, Lower
Canada     310
Cc. Statement of the annual charges, for the
interest of the public debt, &c, Upper
Canada     310
Annual charges for the administration of
Justice, &c, &e     310
D. General statement *  ..    310
E. Charges now by Law payable, exclusive of
those provided by the Civil List..   ..    310
Ee. Statement   of   payments   to   the   Clergy,
Upper Canada     310
F. Statement of duties levied under the Im
perial Act,  14 George HI.,  cap.  88,
Lower Canada.. :     310
Ff. Statement of duties levied under the Imperial Act,  14  George III.,  cap.  88,
Upper Canada     310
•No. 161, Sydenham to Russell     311
(Confidential), Thomson to Russell     310
No. 126, Thomson to Russell  310
No. 127, Thomson to Russell       310
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1840—June 27.—No. 128, Thomson to Russell  310
Inclosing—
List of Ordinances  310
1840—June 27.—No. 130, Thomson to Russell  310
1840—June 27.—No. 131, Thomson to Russell  310
1840—June 28.—No. 132, Thomson to Russell  310
1840—June 28.—No. 133, Thomson to Russell  310
1840—Aug. 24.—No. 155, Thomson "to Russell  311
Inclosing—
Harvey to Thomson, No. 27, 9 August,
1840  311
Harvey to MaeLauchlin, 9 August, 1840.. 311
Thomson to Harvey, 18 August, 1840. ... 311
1840—Aug. 27.—No. 156, Thomson to Russell  311
1840—Aug. 28.—No. 157, Thomson to Russell  311
1840—Aug. 28.—No. 158, Thomson to Russell :  311
1840—Sept. 11.—No. 159, Thomson to Russell  311
1840—Sept. 16.—No. 160, Thomson to Russell  311
1840—Sept. 28.—No. 163, Sydenham to Russell. ...  ;  311
Inclosing—
Arthur to Thomson, 18 August, 1840.... 311
1840—Sept. 28.—No. 164, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Sept. 28.—No. 165, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 2.—No. 168, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 3.—No. 170, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 7.—(Private and Confidential), Sydenham to Russell. 311
1840—Oct. 9.—No. 173, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 9.—No. 174, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 9.—No. 175, Sydenham to Russell.  311
1840—Oct. 9.—No. 176, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 10.—No. 177, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 12.—No. 178, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 12.—No. 181, Sydenham to Russell..   ..  „  311
1840—Oct. 19.—No. 182, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 20.—No. 183, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 21.—No. 184, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 22.—No. 185, Sydenham to Russell  311
* - Inclosing—■
Harrison to Murdoch, 19 October 1840. .. 311
1840—Oct. 23.—No. 186, Sydenham to Russell  311
1840—Oct. 26.—No. 187, Sydenham to Russell  311
Inclosing—
Memorial to Sydenham from Major Jackson Wray, 23 October, 1840  311
1840—Nov.    4.—No. 189, Sydenham to Russell  312
1840—Nov. 10.—No. 190, Sydenham to Russell  312
1840—Nov. 10.—No. 191, Sydenham to Russell  312
1840—Nov. 10.—No. 192, Sydenham to Russell  312
Inclosing—
Harrison to Murdoch, 29 October, 1840. . 312
Draper to Harrison, 27 October, 1840. ... 312
1840—Nov. 19.—No. 194, Sydenham to Russell •. 312
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431-432
439-440
443-445
455-456
471-496
557-559
563-565
569
575
629-631
643-647
675-679
693-700
733-737
745-747
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895-898
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-Dec 18.
-Dec. 19.
-Dec 21.
-Dec. 23.
35, 1840—Dec. 24.
35, 1840—Dec. 26.
Vol.
—No. 195, Sydenham to Russell  312
-No. 196, Sydenham to Russell  312
—No. 197, Sydenham to Russell  312
—No. 198, Sydenham to Russell  312
Inclosing—
Crooks to Murdoch, 17 November, 1840.. 312
-No. 199, Sydenham to Russell  312
-No. 201, Sydenham to Russell  312
Inclosing—
Harrison to Murdoch, 1 December, 1840.. 312
Hill to  , 26 November, 1840..'.... 312
Jessopp to Hill, 24 November, 1840  312
Account  312
-No. 202, Sydenham to Russell  312
Inclosing—
'Stayner to Murdoch, 2 December, 1840.. 312
Maberly to Stayner, 3 November, 1840 .. 312
Maberly to Stayner, 22 July, 1840  312
Treasury Minute, 6 July, 1840  312
-No. 204, Sydenham to Russell/. ..  312
-No. 205, Sydenham to Russell  312
-No. 206, Sydenham to Russell  312
-No. 207, Sydenham to Russell  312
Inclosing—
Rolph to Sydenham, 12 November, 1840.. 312
Rolph to Sydenham, 19 November, 1840
(reference wanting)  312
Murdoch to Rolph, 25 November, 1840... 312
-No. 208, Sydenham to Russell  312
Inclosing—
Requisition for stationery  312
-No. 210, Sydenham to Russell     312
Inclosing—
Abstract   of   admissions,   discharges   and
deaths   at   the   Quarantine   Hospital,
May 1 to October 20, 1840     312
Dr. Douglas to Murdoch, 20 October, 1840.    312
A. General   abstract   of   admissions,   dis
charges and deaths of emigrants at
the Quarantine Hospital from 1832 to
1840     312
B. List of passenger vessels from Liverpool
with emigrants     312
C. List of passenger vessels from Liverpool
on board of which smallpox occurred.    312
D. List of passenger vessels from Liverpool
on board of which disease and death
occurred, caused by the length of the
voyage, 1840     312
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Pages.
73-75
77-83
137-139
147-149
159-165
167-173
195-198
203-204
204-205
206-207
208
211-225
235-239
239-241
242-244
244-249
" 259
267-272
331-333
355-362
383-387
387-393
403-404
405-407
549-551
565
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VoL Vol. Pages.
86, 1840—Dec 26.—(Separate    and    Confidential),    Sydenham    to
Russell     312       585-591
Inclosing—
Stuart to the Governor General, 22 December, 1840 :     312       599-602
38, 1840—Dec. 28.—(Confidential), Sydenham to Russell.    312       609-617
♦ Inclosing—
Harvey to Sydenham, 18 November, 1840
No. 38     312       625-627
Harvey to Fox, 18 November, 1840     312       629-631
Harvey to Murdoch, 9 December, 1840...    312 641
Harvey to Jackson, 9 December, 1840... 312 642-645
Harvey to Sydenham, 10 December, 1840,
No. 41     312       657-659
Harvey to the Governor of Maine, 10 December, 1840     312       659-662
Harvey to Sydenham, 12 December, 1840,
No. 42     312       665-670
Sydenham to Harvey, 1'December, 1840.. 312 633-638
Sydenham to Harvey, 16 December, 1840. 312 646-650
Sydenham to Harvey, 26 December, 1840. 312 671-674
Murdoch to  Maclaughlan,  16  December,
1840     312       651-652
Maclaughlan  to  Murdoch,  16  December,
1840     312       602-603
35, 1839—May 21.—Sullivan to Macaulay     463       557-577
Inclosure in No. 212 of the 11 November,
1839, Sir G. Arthur to Russell     312       589-595
Sessional Papers. *-*:.'
61. 1766-1791, Minutes of Council (ms.) (Quebec).
62. 1793-1794, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  41
63. 1795, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  42
64. 1795-1796, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  43
64a. 1795-1796, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  44
65. 1797, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  45
65a. 1797, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  46
66. 1798, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  47
67. 1799, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  48
68. 1800, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  49
69. 1801, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  50
69a. 1801, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  51
70. 1806, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  52
70a. 1806, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  53
71. 1807, Minutes of Assembly, Lower- Canada (printed).
71.   1807, Minutes of Council, Lower Canada (ms.). .£j£
71. 1807, Shipping Returns, Port of Quebec.
72. 1808, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  54
72a. 1808, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  55
73. 1809, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  56
73a. 1809, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  57
73b. 1809, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (printed)  58
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73c 1809, Minutes of Assembly, Lower Canada (ms.).
74. 1809-1810, Legislative Council, Lower Canada (ms.).
75. 1810-1811, Legislative Council, Lower Canada (ms.).
76. 1812, February-May, Legislative Council, Lower Canada (ms.).
77. 1812, July-August, Legislative Council, Lower Canada (ms.).
78. 1813, Legislative Council, Lower Canada (ms.).
79. 1828-1833, Assembly; charges against Judge Kerr.
80. 1828-1836, Committee's Reports (printed).
UPPER CANADA.
81. 1798-1799, Executive Council, State (ms.).
82; 1806-1808, Executive Council, Land (ms.).
83. 1807-1811, Executive Council, State (ms.).
84. 1808-1810, Executive Council, Land (ms.).
85. 1810-1811, Executive Council, Land (ms.).
CANADA.
86. 1852, Public Accounts.
87. 1853, Public Accounts.
88. 1854, Public Accounts.
89. 1855, Public Accounts.
90. 1855, Education Reports.
91-91a. 1856, Public Accounts (2 copies).
92. 1856, Crown Lands.
93. 1856, Post Office and Public Works.
94. 1856, Trade and Navigation.
95. 1856-1857, Penitentiaries; Militia.
96. 1856-1858, Education Reports.
Canada Duplicates—Sessional Papers.
97. 1857, Public Accounts.
98. 1857, Public Accounts, Trade and Navigation.
99. 1857, Geological Survey.
100 A,B. 1857, Plans to accompany Geological Survey (3 copies).
101 A, B. 1857, Maps (3 copies).
102. 1858, Public Accounts;  Trade and Navigation.
103. 1858, Public Works; Crown Lands; Post Office.
104. 1858, Public Works; Crown Lands; Post Office.
105. 1859, Education.
106. 1859, Geological Survey.
107. 1859, Public Accounts; Trade and Navigation.
108. 1860, Public Accounts ;  Trade and Navigation.
109. 1860, Public Works; Crown Lands; Post Office; Agriculture; Emigration.
110. 1858, Geological Survey.
111. 1861, Public Accounts;   Trade and Navigation.
112. 1862, Public Accounts ;  Trade and Navigation.
113. 1865, Trade and Navigation.
114. 1865, Public Works.
115. 1865, Crown Lands.
116. 1865. Agriculture.
117. 1865-1866, Militia.
118. 1787 (July-October), Shipping Returns (Quebec).
119. 1791, Foucher and Taylor Papers.
1825, Commissioner's Report (2 copies). MISCELLANEOUS
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Duplicate Sessional Papers.
Vol. 61.
26 Aug., 1766, to 9 Oct., 1766.—Minutes of Executive Council, Quebec (bundle)—
O.O. 42, vol. 26; also in CO. 45, vol. 1.
11 Oct., 1782, to 30 May, 1783.—Minutes of Executive Council: State business—
0.0. 45, vol. 4.
17 June, 1788, to 1 May, 1784.—Minutes of Executive Council: State business—
CO. 48, vol. 4.
22 March, 1784, to 29 April, 1784.—Minutes of the Legislative Council of the Pro
vince of Quebec—CO. 48, vol. 4.
16 Nov., 1784.—Minute of Council—Unidentified.
16 to 28 Feb., 1788.—Minutes of Council respecting   the   Provincial   Contingent
accounts; inclosed in Dorchester's No. 59 of 27 March, 1788—CO. 42, vol. 59,
p. 17 to 164; also in CO. 45, vol. 6.
15 to 30 April, 1788.—Minutes of Council : State business—CO. 45, vol. 8.
20 May, 1788.—Report of a Special Committee of the Privy Council, Quebec—CO. 42,
vol. 60.
26 Dec, 1791.—Extract from the Minutes of Council; inclosed in Clarke's to Dundas,
No. 25, of 28 April, 1792—CO, 42, vol. 90.
Vol. 72.
16 Oct., 1807.—Dunn to Castlereagh, No. 18; inclosing Minutes of Executive Council,
1 June to 18 Sept., 1807; Minutes of Executive   Council,   Waste   Lands
(reference wanting), 20 June, 1807, to 25 Sept., 1807—CO. 45, vol. 42.
21 Jan. to 16 April, 1807.—Journals of the House of Assembly, Lower Canada, in
English and French—CO. 45, vol. 41.
Oct. 16, 1807.—Dunn to Castlereagh, No. 19.
5 July to 10 Oct., 1807.—List of Vessels entered inwards and cleared outwards at the
Port of Quebec—CO. 47, vol. 81.
Vol. 74.
Journals of the Legislative Council, Lower Canada.
27 April, 1808.—Proclamation issued by Sir J. H. Craig—CO. 45, vol. 40.
14 June, 1808.—
23 Aug., 1808.—
17 Nov., 1808.— " "
10 Jan., 1809.— " "
•14 Feb., 1809.— " "
14 Mar., 1809.—
Proceedings of the Legislative Council from 10 April to 15 May, 1809—CO. 45, vol. 40.
18 May, 1809.—Proclamation issued by Sir J. H. Craig—CO. 45, vol. 48:
2 Oct.,  1809.—
5 Nov., 1809.— " " " " "
20 Dec, 1809.»- « " « " "
Proceedings of the Legislative Council from 29 January, 1810, to 26 February, 1810—
CO. 45, vol. 48.
Vol. 75.
12 April, 1810.—Proclamation issued by Sir J. H. Craig—CO. 45, vol. 51.
17 April, 1810.— " "
20 June, 1810.—            " "
23 Aug., 1810.—            " "
8 Oct.,  1810.— " . "
14 Nov., 1810.— " " "
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to 21 March, 1811—CO. 45, vol. 51.
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Vol. 76.
17 April, 1811.—Proclamation issued by Sir J. H. Craig—CO. 45, vol. 52, pp. 1-200.
28 May, 1811.— " |
10 July, 1811.—
20 Aug., 1811.—
25 Sept., 1811.—
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Lower Canada—Proceedings of the Legislative Council from the 21 February to 19
May, 1812—CO. 45, vol. 52, pp. 1-200.
Vol. 77.
6 May, 1812.—Proclamation by Sir G. Prévost—CO. 45, vol. 52, pp. 1-59.
16 June, 1812.— " "
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Proceedings of the Legislative Council, Lower Canada, from the 16 July to 1 August,
1812—CO. 45, vol. 52, pp. 1-59.
Vol. 78.
8 Sept., 1812.—Proclamation by Sir G. Prévost—CO. 45, vol. 54, py. 1-125.
27 Oct.,  1812.— I I | "
7 Dec, 1812.— | " " 1 "
Lower Canada—Proceedings of the Legislative Council from 29 December, 1812, to 15
February, 1813—CO. 45, vol. 54, pp. 1-125.
Vol. 79.
1828-1833.—Copies of all the Proceedings of the House of Assembly of Lower Canada,
and of the Evidence laid before it, relative to the charges brought against the
Honourable and Worshipful James Kerr—CO. 45, vol. 108.
•   Vol. 81.
2 Jan. to 22 Dec, 1798.—Minutes of the Executive Council on matters of State, Upper
Canada ; Appendix—CO. 45, vol. 131, pp. 1-361.
5 Jan. to 25 June, 1799.—Minutes on matters of State—CO. 45, vol. 131, pp. 1-361.
25 June to 6 Aug., 1799.—Minutes on matters of State—CO. 45, vol. 131, pp. 1-361.
Vol. 82.
9 Sept., 1806, to 29 Dec, 1807.—Minutes of Executive Council, Upper Canada, on
Land matters—CO. 45, vol. 135.
5 Jan., 1808, to 12 July, 1808.—Minutes of Executive Council, Upper Canada, on
Land matters—CO. 45, vol. 135.
Vol. 83.
Minutes of Executive Council on matters of State, Upper Canada, from the 13 October,
1807, to 5 October, 1811—CO. 45, vol. 1.36. MISCELLANEOUS
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Vol. 84.
Upper Canada—Minutes of Executive Council on Land matters,
1808, to 26 June, 1810—CO. 45, vol. 135.
from the 2 August,
Vol. 85.
Minutes of Executive Council, Upper
to 5 October, 1811—CO. 45,
Canada, on Land matters, fi
vol. 136.
Vol. 118.
om the 1 July, 1810,
1 July to 1 October. 1787.—List, nf
the Port of Quebec (2 returns) ;   inclosed in Dorchester's (Duplicate), No.
39, of 24 October, 1787—CO. 47, vol. 80.
Vol. 119.
1791.—Papers relative to the complaint of Mr. Foucher, one of the practisers of the
Law at Montreal, against M. de Rouville, one of the Judges of the Court of
Common Pleas—CO. 42, vol. 84, pp. 1-417.
1791.—Papers relative to the complaints, of Messrs. William and Thomas Taylor—
CO. 42, vol. 85, pp. 1-624.
Vol. 120 and Vol. 120 A.
1825.—North American Provinces; Commissioners' Report; Copy of a Report to His
Grace the Duke of Wellington relative to His Majesty's North American
Provinces; President, Major General Sir J. C Smyth—CO. 42, vol. 208.
ENGLAND.
The transcription of Colonial correspondence relating to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island has been continued during the past year in the Public
Record Office. Work has been carried on at the General Post Office, London, the
Hudson's Bay Company, Landsdowne House and Edinburgh University. The following volumes have been received through the High Commissioner's Office :—
Public Record Office.
Newfoundland Fisheries—
Correspondence and Reports, 1782-1814.
Correspondence and Reports, 1815-1817.
Correspondence and Reports, 1818-1820.
Fisheries and boundaries, 1819-1824.
Fisheries and boundaries, 1825-1841.
Nova Scotia—
Colonial correspondence, vol. 41, pt. I, 1807.
Colonial correspondence, vol. 41, pt. II, 1807
Colonial correspondence, vol. 42, 1808.
Cape Breton—
Colonial correspondence, vol. 82, 1805.
Colonial correspondence, vol. 83, 1806. fy^h
New Brunswick—
Colonial correspondence, vol. 31, 1826 98
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Prince Edward Island—
Colonial correspondence, vol. 27, 1815.
Colonial correspondence, vol. 28, 1816.
Colonial correspondence, vol. 29, 1817.
Colonial correspondence, vol. 30, 1817.
Shelburne Papers—
American Papers, vol. 45, pt. I, .1741.
American Papers, vol. 45, pt. II, 1745.
American Papers, vol. 46.
American Papers, vol. 47.
American Papers, vol. 50.
Canadian Post Office Records—
Correspondence, 1842-1843, pt. I.
Correspondence, 1842-1843, pt. H.
Correspondence, 1843, pt. UL
Correspondence, 1843, pt. IV.
Correspondence, 1843, pt. V.
Hudson's Bay Company—
Minute Book, No. 10, 1692-1693.
Selkirk Papers—
Vol. 46,   Correspondence, folios 12603-12900.
47,
48,
49, "
50,
51, " '
53,
54,
55,
56,
57,
58,
59,
60,
61,
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Packet of letters of late Lord Selkir
&c, 1811-1815, preserved in Edinburgh University.
12901-13184.
13185-13290.
13291-13548.
13549-13775.
13776-13836.
13837-14182.
14183-14323.
14324-14626.
14627-14860.
14861-15143.-
15144-15258.
15259-15470.
15471-15672.
15673-16031.
16032-16499.
as to emigration, Hudson's Bay, Red River,
ARCHIVES IN FRANCE.
In the month of July, 1909, Dr. Joseph Edmond Roy, Chief of the Manuscripts
Division, proceeded to France to examine the records, and to provide work for future
transcription. The report of his work is being printed in a separate volume, which
will be distributed during the present year.
The following volumes have been received from France through the High Commissioner's Office:—
Copies of Documents Received from France Since the Last Report.
From the Ministère dei Afffires Etrangères:—
Fonds Etats-Unis, vol. 8, Correspondance politique, dépêches du 4 avril 1779
au 22 juin 1779 ;  1 vol.
Fonds Etats-Unis, vol. 7, Correspondance politique, 3 dépêches, n08 63, 66 et
67, 17 février, 1er mars et 3 mars 1779;  1 vol. MISCELLANEOUS
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Fonds Etats-Unis, vols. 21 et 22 re Pêcheries de Terre-Neuve, 1782 ; 1 vol.
Documents concernant les pensions accordées aux Canadiens et Acadiens
d'après la loi du 25 février, 1791 ; Archives Nationales, paquets de manuscrits, F. 15, n° 3492;  2 vols.
Received from High Commissioner's office, B. 35, année 1713. Dépêches et
ordres du roi;  2 vols.
B. 36, 1714, Dépêches et ordres du roi ; 2 vols.
Affaires Etrangères, 1661 à 1688, vol. 5; 2 vols.
Affaires Etrangères, 1779. Fonds Etats-Unis. Extracts from vol. 9, 10, 11,
12, 14, 17; 1 vol.
Bibliothèque Nationale.   Fonds français, 6453.   Jésuites;  1 vol.
Bibliothèque Nationale.   Fonds français, 6569, 7516, 7800, 8082.
Registres de l'état civil Miquelon, 1763-1771 ; 1 vol.
Liste des Acadiens pensionnés par le gouvernement français, 1791; vol. F.
15, n° 3493;  1 vol.
Affaires étrangères, France, vol. 6 (vol. 3 de Marmette), 1693, 1732.
ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS.
A list of autographs brought from France by Dr. J. E. Roy.
29 mai 1638.—Prise de possession par le gouverneur de Montmagny de la concession accordée le 15 janvier 1635 à François de Lauzon par. la Compagnie de la Nouvelle-France. H se transporte à l'embouchure d'une rivière qui est du côté du sud qui
descend du lac ou vient proche du lac Champlain qu'il a nommé Saint-François,
assisté de Guillaume Hébert, de Jean Bourdon, Nicolas Trevet (représentant de Lauzon). H se trouve trois îles à l'embouchure de cette rivière. Les dimensions de la
sgnie sont dans le titre de concession. Remet la possession à Trevet. Place une
pierre au bout d'en haut de la première île avec quatre plaques de plomb marquées
d'une croix au pied d'un cycomore sur lequel il grave aussi une grande croix. La
rivière Saint-François sert de borne au septentrion—et à l'autre bout une isle nommée
Saint-Jean et la rivière nommée Sainte-Marie qui sort au-dessus du Saut Saint-Louis
en montant le fleuve Saint-Laurent, à laquelle seigneurie il donne le nom de la
Citière suivant le désir de François de Lauzon. D'autant que le rivière Saint-François
et l'île Saint-Jean sont incommutables et ne peuvent varier ni changer il n'a pas cru
nécessaire de s'y transporter. Fait au fort de Trois-Rivières le 29 mai 1638. Signé
par Montmagny, Guillaume Hébert, Jean Bourdon, Nicolas Trevet, etc.
François de Laval, premier evêque catholique de Québec. Nomination de Paul
Vachon comme procureur fiscal sur l'île d'Orléans. Pièce signée de sa main, avec le
cachet de ses armes sur cire rouge.   10 décembre 1657.
Jean de Quen, jésuite, découvreur du lac Saint-Jean. Lettre autographe datée du
8 février 1652.
Barbe de Boullogne, veuve du gouverneur d'Ailleboust. Nomination de Paul
Vachon comme procureur fiscal de la seigneurie d'Argentenaye sur l'île d'Orléans.
Pièce signée de sa main avec le cachet de ses armes sur cire rouge.   3 novembre 1667.
Deux brouillons de lettre, de l'écriture de la Mère Ste-Hélène (sœur du jésuite
Dupiessis), l'une adressée à la duchesse d'Agen et l'autre à la duchesse d'Aiguillon
(1751).
Bon écrit sur carton comportant la reconnaissance d'une dette de 900 livres pour
quatre compagnies de soldats.   Signé par Bonneau.   30 janvier 1760.
Certificat de bonnes mœurs délivré à Adhémar, notaire à Montréal, par Déat,
curé de Ville-Marie.   7 mars 1730.
Certificat de catholicité et de bonnes mœurs délivré à Louis Simon Frichet, par
Richer, curé de Québec.   26 avril 1756.
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Certificat de catholicité délivré à Verrier, procureur général du Conseil Supérieur, par Boullard, curé de Québec   5 septembre 1728.
31 octobre 1739.—Certificat en latin signé Miniac, vicaire général de Québec,
qu'une personne nommée Bouillane n'a jamais été mariée.
17 octobre 1752.—Reçu signé par M. de Muy pour la somme de 2,000 livres en
faveur de Vergor, acquéreur d'une maison.
16 juillet 1729.—Inventaire des biens de Alphonse de Tonty, capitaine des
troupes de la marine, et commandant au fort de Pontchartrain du Détroit du lac Erié.
Certificat de catholicité en faveur de M. de Courville, employé dans les bureaux
du Roi, signé par Richer, curé de Québec.   11 juin 1754.
8 août 1730.—Certificat de catholicité en faveur de M. Cugnet, avocat en parlement, signé par Boullard, curé de. Québec
Copie du contrat de mariage de François Bissot et de Marie Couillard, datée à
Québec le 4 octobre 1648.   Pièce sur parchemin.
Registre des insinuations de la prévôté de Québec, commençant le 26 mars 1715
et fini le 1er décembre 1717.
Registre des insinuations de la justice de la seigneurie de Notre-Dame-des-Anges.
Mars 1756 à 29 décembre 1756.
18 août 1740.—Description des meubles, argenteries, titres et renseignements de
la succession de Mgr Pourroy de Lauberivière, evêque de Québec.
Mars 1741.—Vente des meubles ci-dessus.
Copie du contrat de mariage de Barbe de Boullogne et de Louis d'Ailleboust, gouverneur de la Nouvelle-France.
Reçu du jésuite Raffeix, 1687.
Ordonnance de de Meules, 1684.
Procuration Boishébert, 1777.
Rôle des miliciens de Québec, 1776.
Notes sur Saint-Castin.
Les Archives Nationales. Liasse F. 15-3494. Rapports, lettres et états concernant les secours accordés aux Acadiens et Canadiens, en vertu des lois du 25 février
1791 et 9 mai 1792.
Bibliothèque Nationale. Fonds français (n° 8027) : Collection des pièces originales sur la marine consistant en lettres, notes, instructions, ordres, ordonnances, projets et mémoires minutés de la main de Colbert et du Marquis de Seignelay, son fils
pendant les années 1669-1677.
Bibliothèque Nationale.    Fonds français, n°  8028.    Même collection et même
titre que ci-dessus.
5ig£ Bibliothèque Nationale.   Fonds français, n° 8973.
Recueil de pièces manuscrites et imprimées sur la Compagnie des Indes, depuis
son établissement en 1664 jusqu'en 1723.
Bibliothèque Nationale. Fonds français, n° 8036. Histoire des Compagnies de
Commerce qui ont été établies en France depuis l'année 1626 avec la collection générale de tous les privilèges, qui ont été accordés depuis 1664 tant à ces compagnies qu'à
la Compagnie perpétuelle des Indes—par le Sieur Deruis, employé dans les bureaux de
la compagnie—1742. Il y a une autre copie de cet ouvrage à la bibliothèque du Service Hydrographique de la Marine, 13, rue de l'Université.
Bibliothèque Nationale. Fonds français, 8038. Mémoires sur le commerce de la
France présentés à M. le duc d'Orléans, régent, par les députés du commerce.
Bibliothèque Nationale. Fonds français, 8989. Mélanges. Journal du voyage de
la Louisiane fait par le Sieur Bernard de la Harpe et des découvertes qu'il a faites
dans la partie de l'ouest de cette colonie (171.6-1722).
Copie de pièces tirées de F. 15—3494.   Archives nationales.
Etat des sommes dues aux Acadiens, an 7 de la République, arrondissement de
Morlaix (Finistère). MISCELLANEOUS
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Etat supplémentaire des Acadiens et Canadiens résidant dans la Charente inférieure qui ont droit aux secours en vertu de la loi de 1791 ; 2 vols.
Acadiens du district de Saint-Malo—1792.
Ministère des Affaires étrangères. Mémoires et documents. Fonds Amérique.
Vol. 7, 1713-1734.   lre partie.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Under an arrangement with the Government of British Columbia, copies of all
documents acquired by the Provincial Archives are sent to this branch. During the
past year the following journals and letters were received :—
Journal of John Stuart, Rocky Mountains, December, 1805.
Letter from Simon Fraser to -Jas. McDougall, December 21, 1805.
Journal of Henry Atkinson Tuzo, 1853.
Letter from William Todd, York Factory, 1829.
Letters from Archibald McDonald, 1830.
Letters from John Work, Fort Victoria, &c, 1828-1849.
Miscellaneous correspondence of Wm. Tolmie, Duncan Finlayson, Dugald
McTavish and others, 1854-1855.
Miscellaneous correspondence of Wm. Tolmie, Duncan Finlayson, Dugald
McTavish and others, 1857-1858.
Minutes of *the Legislative Assembly, Vancouver, 1856-1858.
Minutes of the Legislative Council, Vancouver, 1853-1858.
Minutes of the Legislative Assembly, Vancouver, 1861-1863.
Minutes of the Legislative Council of British Columbia, 1864-1868.
Letters of the Speaker of Legislative Assembly of Vancouver Island, 1856-1859.
Correspondence of Sir James Douglas, 1839.
Voyage to Sitka, 1841-1843.
Trading Voyage, 1840-1841.
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1850-1864.
List of Commissioned Officers of Hudson's Bay Company, and division of shares,
showing death or retirement, from 1821-1851, and half shares of retired
offioers to 1858.   Letters from officers in charge of Norway House, 1830.
DEPARTMENT  OF  INDIAN  AFFAUtS.
From the Department of Indian Affairs the following deeds of surrender and
agreements with the Indians have been receiv|ed:—
No. 404.   October 12, 1898.   The New England Company to the Crown.
No. 406a. October 29, 1898.   F. M. Joyal and others to the Order of the O.M.I, in
British Columbia.
No. 406b. November 11, 1898.   The Order of the O.M.I, to the Crown.
No. 410.   January 13, 1899.   William Kempte and wife to the Crown.
No. 411.   January 26, 1899.   Estate of Patrick Russell to the Crown.
No. 412.   March 7, 1742.   Jesuit Fathers to the Huron Indians of Lorette.
No. 413.   February 26, 1794.   Jesuit Fathers to Huron Indians of Lorette.
No. 419.   December 1, 1898.   John Hammond and others to the Crown.
No. 420.   July 23, 1892.   Theo. Jean Lamontagne to the Crown.
No. 428.   1889.   Treaty 8 and adhesions (4).
No. 431.   May 31, 1894.   Certificate of title.
No. 434.   May 12, 1900.   Alex.-E. Kennedy and wife and the New England Company
to the Crown.
No. 459.   July 7, 1902.   Agreement between Counsel for the Dominion and Province
of Ontario re Treaty Indian Reserves in Ontario.
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No. 470.   1902.   Agreement between Indians of Heatherton and Alex. McDonald and
Duncan A. Chisholm.
No. 471.   Deed, Alex. McDonald and Duncan A. Cbisholm to the King.   Deed of
right-of-way for Indians at Heatherton.
No. 474.   Deed of Sale by the Maniwaki Driving Club to His Majesty King Edward
VII. in trust with the River Desert Band.
No. 482.   Deed of Sale, William Scott to the King.
No. 483.   March 7, 1902.   Robert Cunningham to His Majesty King Edward VII.
No. 463.   Duplicate certificate of title, pt. lot 7, Morleyville.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Documents and Manuscripts received from different sources.
Various printed and typewritten  documents relating to  railways  and British
Columbia.   1 vol.
Rebellion of 1869-70.   Copies of evidence.   Received from the Finance Department.
Marriage License Registers. From 1858-1867. From Finance Department. 2 vols.
Bonds,  Clerks  and Bailiffs  Division  Courts,  Upper  Canada.    From  Finance
' Department.   1 vol.
Report  of  Indemnity  Commissioners,  1838-1840.    From Finance Department.
1 vol.
Register of the Shareholders in the Well and Canal Company, 1830-1846. ,From
Finance Department.   1 vol.
Criminal Justice Accounts, Upper Canada, 1865-1868.   1 vol.
i   Criminal   Justice   and   Fee   Funds,   11 July, 1856-31 December, 1869,   Upper
Canada.   1 vol.
Index Returns of Ratepayers, Municipalities Fund, Upper Canada, 1855-1859;
1860-1863; 1864-1867; 1861-1865; 1866.
General Fee Fund, 1862-1865, Upper Canada.   1 vol.
Militia General Accounts, 1 July, 1857-30 June, 1838.   1 vol.
Militia General Accounts, July, 1869-June, 1870.   1 vol.
Register of Town Major's Office, Quebec, 1838.   From Militia Department.
Report of the state of the Militia, &c, signed by Allan McNab, &c, Quebec, 1855.
Original from Militia Department.
Orderly Book, 1783, from Mrs. Foran, Ottawa.   To be returned after copying.
Received from the Crown Lands Department, Toronto :—
Copy of the minutes of the Land Boards for the Eastern and Ottawa districts,
1820-25.
Lands granted to militiamen by the land board for the district of Johnstown.
Lands to the U.E. Loyalists, Bathurst district.
Location of emigrants, Bathurst district.
Land board, New Castle district, and alphabetical index of names accompanies
these lists.
From the office of the Governor General's Secretary:—
Bundles of Despatches, 1845-1866.
Twenty-nine letters   of  John Richardson,  1780-1810.    From  H.  R.  Howland,
Buffalo, New York.   To be returned after copying.
From R. A. Pringle, Cornwall, as a gift to the Archives, the following documents
and publications :—
Proceedings of the House of Assembly, Upper Canada, 1835.   (Pamphlet.)
Reminiscences of the Rt. Revd. Alex. McDonald, 1888.   (Pamphlet.)
Rules of the Law Society, Upper Canada, and Standing Orders in Convocation, 1880.   (Pamphlet.) MISCELLANEOUS 103
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York Almanach and Calendar, Upper Canada, 1824.
Toronto Almanach, 1834.
Orderly Book, Capt. Saml. Anderson, 1799 (mss.).
Montreal Almanach, 1819.
York Almanach and Provincial Calendar, 1821.
Almanach, 1838.
Army Lists, 1798-1811, 1825 and 1837.
Received from Mrs. Corbett to be copied:—
One account book, J. Pringle.
Package of military papers, 1839.
Orderly Book, Cornwall Infantry, 1866.
Orderly Book, Cornwall Artillery, 1838-39.
Orderly Book, Cornwall Artillery, 1866.
Diary of J. Pringle, 81st Regiment, 1813-16.
Bundle of newspapers, history of Glengarry county, by G. E. McDonell.
Copy of Registers of General Quarter Sessions, 1802-1816.   2 vols.
Index to warrant book, regulations, 1 January, 1820.   From Crown Lands Department Toronto.
List of Surveyor General's locations, from November, 1807, to March, 1811, Upper
Canada.   1 vol.
Commission of James Gray, of Kingston, as Notary Public, signed by Sir P.
Maitland, 17 April, 1822.
Commission as Surgeon to George Parsons, Toronto, signed by Sir G. Arthur,
5 April, 1839.
Sketch of road from Prince Arthur's Landing, Thunder Bay, Lake Superior, to
Lake Shebandowan, as traversed by the Red River Expedition force.    Surveyed by
Capt. G. L. Hughes, Rifle Brigade, 20 July, 1870.
From Dr. Thorburn, Ottawa:—
Nine volumes documentary history of Upper Canada.
Received from St. Regis.—Copy of register of parish of St. Regis, 1764.
Copy of register, Quarter Sessions, Eastern district, 1789-1802.
Received from Sir Wilfrid Laurier :—
Autographs of Papineau, Pelletier, Perrault, T. S. Brown, Wolfred Nelson.
Received from Quebec—Inventaire  des documents historiques   conservés   aux
archives de la province de Québec, by Father O'Leary.
Copy of the registers of the Court of Common Pleas, Montreal, 1764^68.
One account book of John Halsted (1765-1775) from Quebec, 75 pages.
Small book of account of John Halsted, 1767-68.
Sheets of account of John Halsted, Quebec book of wages, 1767-69.
Recensement du gouvernement de Québec, 1762.   Copié aux archives du Séminaire de Québec
Copie du registre des minutes du tabellionnage de l'île de Montréal, par Basset,
1644-1662.   Copié au greffe de Montréal.
Copie des registres des baptêmes de Notre Dame de Montréal, 29 septembre 1657
à 28 janvier 1669.
Catalogues de ceux qui ont été confirmés en 1664.
Enfants baptisés chez les Hurons, par le P. Poncet, 1646.
Prévôté of Quebec; pages 751 to 1132; years 1715 and 1717
Reçu de Québec, les pages 1133 à 1451 des archives ^de la prévôté de Québec, comprenant août à octobre 1757.
Reçu de la fabrique de Montréal " Registre des baptêmes, mariages sépultures de
la paroisse de Notre Dame de Montréal, 1642-1700.
Terrier de la seigneurie de St-Augustin (de Maure).
Index alphabétique de noms, 1754. 104
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Terrier de la Seigneurie St-Ignace ou la Petite Rivière.
Index de noms.
(From the Archives of the Hôtel-Dieu, Quebec.)
Documents relating to Sir George Cartier :—
His election in Provencher, 1873.
His defeat in Montreal East.
The offer of l'Assomption County by Louis Archambault.
His Commission as Minister of Militia.
His Commission as Attorney General.
Letter from Bishop Rogers of Chatham relating to the projected route of the
I.C.R., 1869.   Received from Mlle. Thérèse Surveyor, of Montreal, through Mr. Wm.
McMahon, Assistant King's Printer.
Four manuscript journals of Samuel Bridges, Montreal, 1809.    (From Mr. Birch,
Ste-Anne de Bellevue.)
Received from Dr. Hannay :—
Warrants of surveys, New Brunswick, 22 May, 1786-28 September, 1788.
Copy of inscriptions in country cemeteries.
Copies of inscriptions on tombstones in old St. Peter's graveyard, St. John,
N.B.
Inscriptions on the tombs of Fernhill cemetery, St. John, N.B.
Copy of inscriptions in old Catholic cemetery, St. John county, N.B.
List of commissioned officers of Hudson's Bay Company, &c, 1821-51.    Book
containing letters (copies) from officers in charge of Norway House, 1830, and loose
copies of letters.   Received from Isaac Cowie, Land Agent, Winnipeg.
Letters addressed to the Editor of the Canadian Gourant, by a creditor of the
agents of the North-West Company, 1830.
From Mr. C Powell, Hanwell, England (through Sir Wilfrid Laurier) :—
Roll of payments to Colonies, 1781.    (Parchment.)
The Court and City:   or, Gentleman's complete annual Kalendar for the year
1S09, containing lists of both Houses of the 4th Imperial Parliament of Great Britain,
which met for the 1st session in June, 1807;  the Court register;  lists of the army,
navy, universities, public offices and hospitals.   Printed in London.
Received from London:—
The Royal Kalendar, or Ajmual Register for England, Scotland, Ireland and
America', year 1781.   Printed in London.
Bibliographies de Haldimand et Bouquet (Extraits de l'Histoire militaire de la
Suisse dans les différents services de l'Europe, tome 7, Lausanne, 1873). MISCELLANEOUS
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LIST OF PLANS, MAPS, ftc, RECEIVED IN THE MAP ROOM OF THE DOMINION
ARCHIVES DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1910.
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50
Township of Sarnia	
Part of Sbnooe	
Village of Simcoe	
Niagara	
Chaudière Falls	
Owen Sound 	
Purchase from Indians, Huron district 	
Plan of road from Toronto to Saugeen	
Townships round Burlington Bay	
North G willimbury	
Drummond location	
Letter O, Ottawa	
Water Lot, Toronto Bay	
Maps of Burlington Bay	
Island adjacent to Brockville	
Land on River Sydenham	
Owen Sound	
Maps of part of Canada, 1790	
Part of Stamford Township.	
Countrv between St. Lawrence and Ottawa	
Part of Stamford      	
Township of Meaford	
Lot H Nepean, Rideau Canal Ld	
Stamford	
Maps of Forts, &c, in Acadie, accompanying Franquets
journal	
Topographical Map, Thurso sheet	
Topographical Map, Hawkesbury sheet	
Topographical Map, Alexandria sheet	
Prince Edward Island	
Carte de la Nouvelle France	
Relative position of the St. Maurice and Canton Forges.,
(Crown Land Department)	
Portion of Mitchells Map, eastward 75° long. n. of 42° lat...
British Colonies in North America _■ ■
Maps prepared and issued by the Geological Survey of
Canada	
Plan La Nouvelle France ou Canada	
S. Flemings Chart accompanying report on proposed_ LOR.
Proposed Port Routes, British America and West Indies, 1866
Part of Huron and Ottawa Territory	
Part of the Huron Tract	
Showing Town plot of Newcastle	
Plan of Cockburn Island	
Road from Prince Arthur to Shebandowan	
Carte de l'Acadie No. 113    	
Maps as per separate list	
Otonabee Township	
Chippewa Lands '.	
Hospital Reserve, Town of York	
Plan du Palais Episcopal, Quebec	
Hospice de Quebec en 1692	
Ottawa Railway Terminals	
Roads near Halifax	
Various departmental maps, Canadian	
Transvaal and Orange Free States	
Intelligence office maps	
Cataraqui Harbour	
Kingston       n       	
Water Powers of Canada, 1899	
Maps showing development of Canada ..
Plan of Townships, Red River Territory.
Plan N. W. T. proposed surveys	
Part of St. Lawrence	
Situation, Town of Newcastle	
Bonaventur, 1765   	
Quebec, &c. (5 sheets), 1791	
Key to ii 	
Source.
Privy Council.
(Hawken's).
Col. Correspondence.
Privy Council.
F. series.
Militia and Defence.
Library.
Genest.
Official.
Library.
Distribution Office.
Bellin, 1755.
State Papers.
Privy Council.
State Papers.
Depot des Fortns.
Public Works.
Surveyor General.
Correspondence.
Public Works.
Geo. Kydd.
Military Papers.
Privy Council.
Papers.
Royal Socy. of C.
Dept. of Interior.
R. E. Young, D. of I.
Privy Council.
Col. Correspondence.
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LIST OF PLANS, MAPS, &c, RECEIVED IN THE MAP ROOM, &c- Concluded.
Date.
Oct.
Nov
1909.
Sept. 14.
15.
15
15.
17.
17.
20.
20.
21.
22.
22.
25.
28.
16.
16.
16.
21.
21.
26.
28.
28.
3.
15.
15.
15.
16.
16.
17.
18.
18.
IS.
'18.
18.
23.
30.
3.
4.
4.
18.
1910.
Jan. 4.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
13.
13.
1.
22.
22.
22.
22.
26.
26.
30.
31.
31.
31.
31.
31.
Dec.
eb.
Mar.
Title.
Service.
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
37
1
1
32
6
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
10
1
1
1
1
Chart ot World,-1886 Agriculture Dept.
IC. P. R. construction...    § Caron Papers.
Canada showing Trails, 1885  "
C. P. R. proposed routes  "
York Harbour Privy Council.
Quebec, 1815 R- F. O'Leary.
IPart of Township of Brantford Privy Council.
Quebec (Evêché, &c.)    Public Works.
Part of York Privy Council.
Part of Niagara  §
Plan of Roads at Barrie  "
Harbour of Quebec.   Wallace, 1861 Public Works.
Map showing Telegraphs, Trails, &c, N.W.T Bailliargé.
Seigneurie de Longueuil  E. T. Wilkie, C. E.
Topographical Map.    Cornwall Sheet Milita and Defence.
Railway from Halifax to the Pacific State Papers.
Photo copy of Jumeau Map Dr Ganoug.
! Arctic Regions.   Peary and Cook Explorations    Matthews, Buffalo.
Travels of Capt. Pond of Milford Yale University.
Quebec.   Proposed Cove, Fields Ave |Hugh O'Donnell.
Plans of Jesuit Barracks, Quebec State Papers.
Yukon.    Whitehorse Copper Belt Mines Department.
Map of Klondike.    Portion of British Columbia Lands and Works, B.C.
Canadian Yukon and Northern British Columbia Public Works, B.C..
British Empire in its true proportions    Scot. Geo. Mag.
St. John River.    C. Morris, 1788 iCol. Correspondence.
Bay and Port of Passamaquoddy.    C. Morris, 1784  ii
Canadian Irrigation Canals...; Dept. of Interior.
Sketch Map of fire patrols in N. W. T |       | |
Riding Mountain Forest Reserve.
Map by Quebec Bridge Commission.
Annapolis River	
Northwest Part of Canada, 1857. •   •
Plans of Public Works (as per list)..
Distribution Office.
Library of Congress.
M. Cauchon.
Public Works.
Maps published by the Geological Survey Distribution Office.
Kaministiquia River, enclosed Plan of Thunder Bay	
Topographical Map.    Vaudreuil Sheet	
n u   •      Lachine n        	
u m Laval ii        	
n u Huntingdon u       	
Paris, 1530.   Plan dit aux Trois Personnages	
Paris, 1615.   Mathieu Mériau	
Funeral of Anne of Austria	
Quebec and Plains of Abraham, 1791	
North Shore of Lake Erie, Grand River	
Plan Laundry at Provincial Lunatic Asylum	
iGrande Baie de St. Laurent.   Jumeau	
Telegraph Map.   Dominion of Canada, 1882	
Cross and Crescent War of 1877	
Part of District of Nipissing, Ontario	
Maps of Bermuda	
Maps of New Brunswick	
|Plan of Credit River Reserve	
Plans with Annual Report of Railways and Canals	
Northern Alberta	
New Brunswick	
Topographical Map of Canada. Montreal-Quebec Sheet.
Sketch of Peninsula of Halifax, received 15/1	
] State Papers.
Militia and Defence,
Mr. J. E. Roy.
Col. Correspondence.
|K."Tully.
F. O'Leary.
J. Aube.
I Harper.
Can. Almanac, 1910.
Col. Correspondence.
Dept. of Interior.
Senator Poirier.
Dept. of Interior.
Col. Correspondence.
In all 1,036 Maps. MISCELLANEOUS
107
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, &c, &c, RECEIVED FROM THE DEPARTMENT
OF PUBLIC WORKS, JULY 31, 1909.
No. of
Maps.
Books.
Date.
36
3
8
17
32
40
18
5
19
Plans, Elevations and Details of Public Improvements, Province of Canada  1844
Loose enclosed  1844
Admiralty Charts, Ontario  1844
Plans officiels des Comtés d'Hochelaga et Jacques-Cartier  1876
Cadastral Plans of the Parish of Montreal (Book 752)  1878
Cadastral Plans of City of Montreal (751)  1874
Publio Works of Canada.   (Photos)  1843
Maps, Reports, &c., Canal, St. Lawrence to Lake Champlain, 2 copies (1 French duplicate).. 1856
Bayfield's Charts of River St. Lawrence.    Admiralty Charts.  1860
LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, CHARTS, &c.
Date.
No. of
Plan.
1879
1
1879
4
1876
5
1878
6
1876
16
1878
19
1879
25
1879
27
1879
28
1856
33
1870
34
47
1861
52
1873
53
1879
1872
1877
1863
1858
55
1879
1874
54
66
1872
75
1872
1872
11S72
1857
1857
1857
76
76
76
79
80
81
1857
1872
82
91
1878
93
1862
100
123
134
142
154
Q.
vis-a-vis
le>
St. Irenee, Charlevoix Co., P.Q. {
I Ste Famille, Island of Orleans	
Plan showing, position of Cut at River Blanche, P
Plan d'une partie  de la  Rivière Richelieu
villages St. Antoine et St. Denis.
Quarantine Station, Grosse Isle	
|St. Jean Port Joli, L'Islet Cy., P.Q	
Magdalen Islands, Basin Bay	
n u        Etang des Caps	
" h        House Harbour	
Sketch of Soundings in R. Yamaska from St. Aime to the
St. Lawrence.
Plan of Property of L'Assomption Lumber Co., known as
' Petite Ile ' in the Parish of Laohenaye.
Lachine Canal	
Map of the District of Gaspé and parts of the County of
Rimouski.    Dep. of C. L.
S. W. portion of Province of Quebec from Location Surveys, i
G.T.R., and projected South Shore Ottawa Railway and
the De Beaujeu and other Seigneurial Maps,
j Magdalen Islands and Surrounding Fishing Grounds, from
Bayfield Surveys.
Plan of Perce Bay, Gulf of St. Lawrence  |
jHead of Lake St. Louis, showing accumulation of ice, 5
May, 1874.
Plan showing proposed hydraulic improvements in Richelieu
River near Chambly Canton.
Plan No. II of above     	
Profile of above	
Detail of dam and flume	
Plan proposed mill sites, &c, Coteau du Lac	
Map of Cross Sections, &c, Cedar Village	
Proposed mill sites, &c, in vicinity of old Canal opposite
Split Rock.
Cross Sections, &c., St. Lawrence & Ottawa Canal Cascades.
Culbute Rapids to Lake Coulonge  »...
S. Derbyshire.
F. N. Hamel, Cons. Eng.
W. Kingsford, Eng. in C.
Plan accompanying report of G. F. Baillairge.
W. Kingsford.
S. Derbyshire.
C. F. Roy, P.L.S.
J. Page.
H. M. Perrault.
J. Page.
Andrew Russell.
W. Kingsford.
C. F. Roy.
Entrance of Monk Channel, St. Lawrence	
Malbaie and Grand Baie Road Appendence No. 3, avec
' Remarques au sujet des principales lignes de Chemins.
Front of Certain Tracts of Land in the Seigniory of Cap de
la Madelin on the River St. Maurice, prop, of H. Ogden..
Plan de la ville de St. Jean..   Copy of Cadastre	
Plan of River Richelieu, 1858 of the Rapids 1863   ..  .
Part of City of Montreal, showing existing harbour and
proposed improvements.
F. N. Hamel.
J. S. Tache, jr.
Accompanying report of
Charles Legge.
G. F. Baillairge.
From Kingsford's Map.
I U. Valiquet.
\W. Kingsford.
Voir mon rapport date Ie
18 Sept., 1862.   G. F.
Baillairge.
By order H. R. Symnes.
E. J. Harkin, Sec.
F. X. Maillot.
N.S.
With   report   of  J.   S.
Trautwine.
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LIST OF BOOKS,  MAPS,  PLANS,  CHARTS,  &c—Continued.
1875
1875
1875
1843
1860
1872
1855
1855
1858
1858
1784
1866
355
1839
862
1839
363
367
1845
1845
1855
374
375
376
1862
390
1815
1843
1847
469
472
492
1790-1814
493
155
155
155
160
201
201
203
203
205
206
1877
210
1846
211
1879
212
1877
213
1879
218
1873 '
222
1872
234
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1847
257
1846
275
1732
280
292
294
320
Proposed improvements, mouth of St. Charles River
Sketoh of the Gaspe Roads    	
Gulf of St. Lawrence, Pictou Harbour.   Ad. Chart	
Flan showing depth of water on The Bar at entrance to
Pictou Harbour.
Cedars Canal Survey, Cross Section 4	
n showing soundings ,. • ■
Lake St. Peter.   Enlarged fiom Bayfield, showing Dredging
operations, and Winter Survey on the Ice for Harbour
Commissioners.
Chart of portion of River St. Lawrence between Montreal
where improvement is required for navigation of 20 feet
at low water.   Enlarged from Bayfield.
Skeleton plan of the Upper Ottawa	
Proposed Landing Pier, St. Miohel	
Mouth of St. Maurice River	
Sketch of Sounding taken in River Saguenay in October and
November, 1877.
Baie des Chaleurs, Caplan.   Plans, soundings and proposed
Breakwater.
Plan of Isle aux Cochons . 	
Plan of Proposed Retraining Boom at Rivière des Prairies...
Landing Piers Below Quebec.   I. I. of Orleans	
II. Cap St. Ignace./.	
Crane Island.
Kamouraska
Point aux Pères.
Malbaie	
St. Iréné	
Les Eboulements
Baie St. Paul...
Chateau Richer.
Ill
IV.
u „ V.
VI.
„ „ VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
Proposed Landing Pier at Berthier	
Carte d'une Exploration Faite en 1782 par comprenant Les
Rivières Chemerichane Lac K.
Map of Kempt Road, and of proposed New Road from Ste.
Flavie to Lake Metapediac, and of a portion of Major
Robinson's Line of Railway from Quebeo to Halifax»
Plan d'une partie de la Rivière St. Maurice près de la Chute
la Grand Mère  et des Terrains  environnant la dite
Chute faite à la réquisition de H. R. Symmes, Ecr.
Carte d'une Partie des Côtes du St. Laurent, là ou est située
la seigneurie de Mingan et celle des Isles et Islets de
Mingan.   Le tout compilé et dressé sur les Cartes de la
Marine.   Faites sous la direction de MM. James Cook,
célèbre navigateur, Michel Lane et de Granchain, etc.,
etc.
Plan of St. Helen's Isle, Montreal, from a Survey in 1865-6
by Lieut. H. S. Sitwell, R.E
Plan and Section of proposed alteration of the Bridge and
Road opposite Fort Coteau du Lac.
(.4) G. F. Baillairge.
(S)
(O
A. J. Russell.
With    Report   of   10th
Aug., 1872.
Alex. MacNab.
Hon. John Young, Ch. E.
Th. C. Keefer, Ëng.
By Order of the Harbour
Commnrs., Montreal.
T. C. Keefer, Eng.
R. Steckel.
G. F. Baillairge.
C. F. Roy.
E. J. Harkin.
J. F. Gaudet, P.L.S. &
C.E.
James Stewart.
F. P. Rubidge.
J. L. Normandin, Arpenteur du Roy.
G. F. Baillairge.
Hil. Legendre, Ap.
Au dépôt general des
Cartes, Plans et Journaux de la Marine,
Paris.   Certified copy.
W. Matt.  Noble, Capt.
R.E.
P. Fleming.
Plan and Section of two Routes for Section B. of the Rouge|R. A. Maingy, C.E
Hill, McAdamize Road.
Plan of the Rouge Hill with the several lines of Road	
Sections through Rouge Hill .-	
Map of Rouge River showing proposed Bridge site and
alteration of highway.
Plan of the Townships of Assemetquagan and Casupsall....
James Lyons.
Aroh. MoDonald, C.E.
A.   Russell,   A.   Com.
C.L.D.
Plan of Proposed Bridge over the St. Maurice IL. Dumont.
Plan of a Bridge Site on the River Rimouski A. J. Russell.
Sketch of the Exploration Line of the St.  Lawrence and
Champlain Canal  J. B. Mills, C. E.   "
Plan  of  Part  of the  River   Richelieu shewing the owners of lots round Chambly.   I Louis DeRamezay.
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LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, CHARTS, ka-Continued.
1830
494
1826
499
1852
508
1861
512
1862
513
1862
514
1862
517
1847
520
1849
521
1857
522
1833
523
1856
523
1862
526
1862
529
1831
530
1855
534
1858
538
1851
539
1858
540
1855
542
1872
547
1853
557
1853
565
1864
569
1865
573
1862
578
1862
578
1866
583
1848
585
1345
592
1869
605
1869
606
1869
607
1854
608
1846
610
611
1850
616
1823.
617
1879
63
1874
64
1876
66
1876
67
1875
71
1858
73
1877
74
1877
75
1874
77
1874
78
1875
79
1878
80
1873
83
1868
86
1876
89
Plan of Obstructions in the Navigation of the River Richelieu above atid below St. Ours	
Quebec and its Environs.   (Survey of 1822)	
Plan of the Town of Montreal, showing new projects of
embellishment. True copy of part of Charland's plan..
Map of the Counties of Terreborne, Two Mountains and
Argentueil	
Plan of Part of the St. Maurice Territory	
Counties of Ottawa and Pontiac with Colonization Roads...
Ms<p of Part of Eastern Townships with Colonization Roads
Plan du Village—St. Césaire	
Plan of Town of Chicoutimi, County Saguenay	
Plan of the Township of Godmanchester	
Plan of of the Township of Armagh	
Plan of Township of Allumette Island	
Plan du Bassin de Gaspé	
Plan of Township of Matapedia	
Plan of Seigniory of Rigaud	
Part of the St. Maurice, from the Grand Piles to the Mouth
Plan d'une Partie de la  Riviere St.  Maurice près de la
Grand Mère et les terres avoisinant, &c	
Plan of Improvements of the St. Maurice River in Shawene-
gan Rapid	
Plan d'une Partie de la Rivière St. Maurice près de la chute
Shawenegan et des terres environments, etc	
St. Maurice River, Plan showing where breach occurred in
1855....'. .••••.-•. •     .-  •
Certain tracts of Land in Seigniory of Cap de la Magdelin..
Plan of the Islands and booms at the mouth of the River
St. Maurice	
Plan showing Jthe Land taken by the Government at the
Gatineau for Works ■	
Plan of proposed canal to join Leamy's Lake with Gatineau
'   River	
do do (Record plan)
Plan of Part of Black River	
Plan and Section of Part of the River Coulonge from dead
water above High Falls to dead water below Rapids....
m Sections	
Property required for the Coulonge Slide...	
Plan Figuratif du Pont Bâtie sur la Grand Rivière DuChene
Ottawa Rwer, Chats Rapids	
No. 1, Chart of River St. Lawrence at Pointe-aux-Trembles.
No. 2,       m ii La valtrie to Lanoraie.
No. 4,       n ii Cape Charles	
Survev of St. Lawrence opposite Montreal	
Soundings taken in South Channel of Lake St. Peter up to
1846 .,	
No. 1 R. St. Lawrence-Montreal to Verchères	
„ „ „ Verchères to Sorel	
Lachine Rapids and Channels to Montreal	
Part of St. Anne's Suburb, and direction of Lachine Canal
Goderich Harbour, Lake Huron	
Collingwood, Plan of Breakwater 	
Parry Sound, South Channel Shoal No. 3	
n u n it 4	
Port Elgin, Lake Huron	
Aug. Keefer, A.C.G.
John Adams.
Bouchette.
A. Russell, Dep. of C.Lds.
Dep. of Cr. Lds.
15—16
A. Russell, C.L.D.
S.P.Reneaud Blanchard.
T. Bouthilieu.
C.L.O., E.E.Tache, A.C.
J. Bouchette, jr., D.S.G.
Cr. Lds. Dept.
Aut. Painchaud, A.P.
A. Russell, C.L.D.
Jos. Fortune, D.P.S.
Hil. Legendre, A.P.
F. McDonald.
Hil. Legendre, A.P.
S. I. Dawson.
E. J. Harkin.
Simon J. Dawson.
John A. Lowe.
W.  A.  Austin,   C. E.,
P. L. Surveyor.
S. J. Al. Evans.
Newcastle Harbour   	
„ u   Showing Improvements..
Oshawa Harbour	
Darlington Harbour	
Burlipgton Piers 	
Harbour of Napanee	
Harbour of Port Burwell	
Oakville Harbour and Sixteen Mile Creek.
W. A. Austin, C.E.
H. Symmes, P.L.S.
Louis LeGendre.
Arp & Dep., G. Voyer.
Jas. West.
G. F. Baillairge.
T. C. Keefer.
Bayfield's Chart.
Enlarged by C. Ready.
T. C. Keefer.
Alex. Gibbs.
Wm. Kingsford.
C: E. Michaud.
Sproat & Hawkens.
Wm. Kingsford.
S. Derbishire.
C. E. Michaud.
Wm. Kingsford.
L. E. Trudeau.
Wm. Kingsford.
Thomas Munro.
F. M. Hamel, A.S.
G. L. Bourchier. 1875
1878
1879
1870
1838
1878
1869
1869
1870
1809
1869
1863
1860
1870
IKI
1871
1840
1842
1842
1843
1848
1846
1845
1841
1854
1846
1861
1856
1846
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, CHARTS, &a—Continued.
1853
1858
1868
; 1834
529
538
534
587
1845
588
1869
544
1870 '
546
1870
540
551
1816
1874
553
658 *
410
488
489
442
449
489
491
493
498
499
508
519
528
527
Port Franks, Lake Huron	
Kincardine Harbour 	
Penetanguishene, Bay and Harbour	
Port Hope Harbour	
R. St. Mary, East Neebish Rapids	
ii Part of East Neebish Rapids	
Western Peninsula of Ontario, showing Railways Completed
and in Progress .. 	
Index to the Fortifications Surveys round Kingston	
Harbour of Cobourg   	
Town Plot of Verulain	
Cobourg Harbour, proposed extension for Harbour of Refuse
Napanee	
Proposed embankment across River Cataroqui	
River Trent at Hastings Village     	
Improvements at Pooley's Bridge, Ottawa	
Sites Required for Water Works, Ottawa	
Toronto Harbour Works, Queen s Wharf ,.  ....
Nippissingue and Trout Lakes       	
Proposed Works in Goderioh Harbour, contract plan	
Proposed. Road—Toronto to Saugine 	
Plans of Cartier Bridge, Ottawa	
Roads between London and Port Sam i a	
Most reliable route for road   fi m     ,	
Line of road	
Proposed Routes, Brantford-London Road (2 copies)	
London and Brantford Flank Road	
St. Lawrence and Ottawa, Military Road 	
Map No. 8, to accompany report on	
Macadamized District Roads in C. W	
Unsurveyed Lands South of Owen Sound between Ash-
field and Sangine Road	
Country between Lake Ontario and Rice Lake for line of
Proposed Plank Road	
Communication between Rice Lake and Lake Ontario....
Proposed Line of Road, Rideau to the Boncher	
St. Lawrence and Bytown Road	
C. E. Michaud.
L. E. Trudeau.
S. Derbishire.
F. M. Hamel, C.E.
C. E. Michaud.       1
F. M. Hamel.    ' S
Port Dover, Lake'Huron
and Stratford Ry'h.
C. E. Michaud.
F. Huston.
R. C. Douglas.
A. B. Perry.
Mervin Jones, C.E.
Thos. D. Belcher.
G. H. Perry.
Kivas Tulley.
T. C. Clarke.
J. Page.
Wm. Hawkins.
G. H. Perry, 0. E.
J. G. Chewett.
J. M. Shaw.
Jas. Wests.
J. Hall.
Dav. Tborburn.
Wm. Hawkins,
N. H. Baird.
John Huston, P.L.S.
M.. McPherson.
J. S. Bruce, D.P.S.
Line of the Rideau Canal	
Lake St. Franois, laid down  from D. Thompson's Chart.
Town of Paris  .
Vice-regal Park and other grounds City of Toronto	
Peterborough	
Brantford *	
Seigneury of Pointe A L'Orignal	
Plan of tho Two Creeks on Lake Erie	
Present and proposed ohannel through the narrows of
Lake Siinooe (2 copies).	
Continuation of Windsor Harbour and Lake Sougog Road
to Narrows of Lake Simcoe	
Mouth of River Nottawasaga	
Chart of the Fishing Islands, Lake Huron -	
Chart of Baie du Dard	
Chart of the Navigation between Lake Erie and the Port
of Goderioh for the Steamboat Menessetunk, Canada
Company's Office ,	
Plan of the Mississipi Snye and Portages and Ferry connecting navigation from Lake Chaudière to Chats Lake.
14 Inner Bay of Long Point, Lake Erie	
n n reduced (copy) 	
Head of Inner Bay n	
No. 7 Surveys for line of water communication, Northwest Territory. 1869	
Outlet of K iisli;11 «>i we Lake	
Seotions ij 	
Profile u 	
St. Lawrence R., Gananoque and vioinity	
Inner and Outer Bays of Long Point	
Bayfield Harbour, Lake Huron	
Thomas Allchin.
F. F. Passmore.
D. B. Papineau, COL.
F. A. Wise.
James Lyons.
Fred. Cumberland.
Sand. Fleming.
Alexander Sproat.
Henry Lizars.
T. Munro.
By order of Admiralty.
Wm. Kingsford. \
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LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, CHARTS, &c—Continued.
Date.
1853
1842
1873
1853
1873
1873
1873
1842
1844
1873
1858
1873
1840
1870
1868
1868
1868
1868
1861
1843
1844
1855
629
1821
631
1848
637
1852
639
1873
646
1853
659
1873
207
1864
206
1745
195
1867
53
1864
112
1870
174
187«
174
1870
174
1870
174
1876
193
1877
194
1862
3
1872
28
1858 9
30
1876
8
9
10
No. of
Plan.
1880
1869
1869
1879
1873
1874
1868
1859
1861
1847
1857
559
563
564
571
578
577
579
583
'589
592
594
601
609
613
614
614
614
614
616
618
619
623"
13
35
36
47
49
54
62
1021
863
383
384
1846
384
1862
385
1847 I
390
Title.
Owen Sound, Extension Survey, O. S. & H. Ry	
Harbour of Kingston	
Meaford	
Mouth of Saugeen River and adjacent shore	
Port Albert Harbour, Lake Huron	
m works to be performed	
Belleville Harbour -	
Harbour of Napanee	
Napanee River	
Harbour Port Burwell	
Welland Canal—Harbour at Chippewa	
Pioton Harbour	
Harbour at Port Elgin	
Harbour at Kings ville, Lake Erie	
The Rondeau, to accompany a report upon the practicability
of constructing a canal thence to River Thames.
Proposed works at Rondeau Harbour, contract plan	
Rondeau Harbour (reduction)	
u u        plan of state of entrance (reduced)	
Sandford Fleming.
F. P. Rubidge.
Wm. Kingsford.
C. E. Michaud.
Wm. Kingsford.
n
Henry S. Langton.
Wm. Kingsford. |!
Peter Carroll, B.A.S.
S. Power.
F. C. Farijana.
Sproat & Hawkins.
Henry S. Langton.
Thos. Roy, C.E.
John Page.
Thos. Munro.
state of entrance.
Town and harbour of Windsor	
Windsor Harbour, with note by G. B. F »	
Toronto	
Port Hope Harbour	
Outlets of Black and Anne's Creeks, Township of Whitby.
Harbour and creek of Port Stanley	
Port Stanley	
Sarnia Harbour	
Collingwood Harbour	
Proposed new and old ballast wharf, Wallace..'	
Proposed improvements for water supply at Chaudière Falls,
Ottawa.
Louisburg  	
Miramichi Bay, Ad. Chart, with notes by G. E. McL., 1875
Lines surveyed between E. & N. A. Railway, and the Nova
Scotia boundary.
Quaco Harbour, Bay of Fundy .        	
Little Hope Island (contract plan)	
n breakwater	
n elevation, &c -	
Ottawa River, Great to Little Chaudière	
u Deep River, Mattawan	
Victoria Harbour, B.C	
City of Victoria, B.C.   Published by	
Haro and Rosario Straits	
Kamanestiquia River	
Kamanestiquia River, from Oliver's Mill to C.P.R. terminus
Kamanestiquia River	
Little Current Channel, Algoma	
Head of Inner Bay, Long Point, Lake Erie (13)	
Sketch ,. .. it      (14)	
Penetanguishene Bay and Harbour	
Harbour of Port Hope	
Meaford Harbour	
Harbour of Kincardine	
Ottawa River, Ottawa to Montreal	
River Petewawa, mouth to third chute	
Plan of the Kempt or Metes Road from Lake Matapedia to
the Seignory of Metis.
Plan of the Kempt Road from the St. Lawrence to the
Restigouche, showing the proposed alterations as proposed in A. J. Russells report, (original and copy).
Map of the Kempt and Gaspé Roads, also a duplicate of
62 No. (292).
Map of part of Lower Canada, showing line of Tache Road..
Sketch of Lake Temiscouata Road.	
Compiler.
F. A. Wise.
John Shier.
John Mclntyre.
Thos. C. Clarke.
N. H. Baird.
Peter Carroll.
W. D. Hale.
C. E. Michaud.
Cumberland, C.E.
John G. Johnson.
Bayfield & Orlebar.
J. E   Boyd.
O. R. Wks. office.
Geo. H. Perry.
Ad. Chart.
T. W. Hibben & Co.
Ad. Chart.
F. S. Farijana.
Thos. Munro.
F. M. Hamel, A.E.
Alan McDougall.
n
Thos. Munro.
Ship Canal Survey.
W. R. Thistle.
D. B. Papineau, C. Lds,
Of Montreal.
A. J. Russell.
A. J. Russell,
P. M. Van Koughnet,
Com. Cr., Lds.
A. J. Russell.
15—16* .112
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, CHARTS, &c—Continued.
1854
1864
1859
1859
1859
1859
1859
1859
1841
1845
,]
1755
1847
1846
1846
1845
1845
1845
1855
1839
1840
1845
1845
1845
1845
1844
1845
1845
1845
1845
1848
1846
1845
1846
1846
1852
1846
1851
1851
1852
1832
1845
1836-7
1836-7
1843
1859
1856
1862.
1808
1854
392
394
405
405
405
405
405
405
407
409
410
411
413
434
414
414
414
414
421
425
427
430
431
432
434
446
450
451
452
453
455
456
465
465
679
676
680
680
681
687
693
691
691
700
620
621
623
624
625
Plans des différents lignes explorées pour le Chemin Témis- J. T. McDonald,   (copy.)
couata, (plan A. À.)
Chemin Témiscouata  G. H. Parent;.
|Plan showing Cap Rouge Bridge and grounds adj'g Hacher & Fletcher.
of platform (j     Wm. Burry.
of Frame of Swivel (P Fleming.
n   Section, Profile, &c
n   of centre frame of swivel	
n   of proposed bridge with swivel	
Plan of projected Road along the south branch of the St.
Lawrence-Point Levi to Riv. Etchemin arm of Road above
the Cape.
Plan du Clemin de Kemecbec   	
Outline Map military road from Quebeo to Halifax	
Plan of the Gomin Road
Hacher & Fletcher.
P. Fleming.
P. Fleming.
A. Larue.
1. P. Prous.
Report of A.Bodier, S.
Land required for the road, connected with bridge over ]
Jacques Cartier River.
Jacques Carrier Bridge rough levels &c .   	
n n        Plans, &c, of the river	
,, n        Proposed bridge	
m n n        Elevators &c	
n u        Plans &c	
Plan of Bridge site at Lachute	
Sketch of the Roads from Montreal to Ste Rose by Côte des
Neiges and Mile End.
Sketch of the Montreal .District, showing the military posts '.
in and as proposed in Lt.-Col. Oldfield's Memo. 21-3-40.
Plan of the Eastern Township Main Road from Chambly to I
Granby, No. 1.
No. 2   ..
Plan of the Stanstead Branch of the Eastern Townships
Main Road.
Plan of the line of Road from Jones Bridge, River Richelieu <
to Spears Corners, leading to the East Village of Stan-
bridge.
Plan of a Bridge for the River Grand, Bonaventure...
Guide Lines for Road from St. Agnes to Grand Bay...
Plan Figuratif du Chemin de Gentillv by direction of W. H.
Baird, C.
Plan Figuratif du Chemin partant de la Chapelle St. Eusebe '.
de Stanford allant vers celle de St. Norbert.
Plan Figuratif de L'endroit appelle le Domaine dans  le '.
Township Blandford.
Plan Figuratif Montrant deux nouvelles lignes de chemin,
Tirées par.
Plan of the Arthabaska and Gentilly Roads	
Diagram of Arthabaska.	
Plan of Projected Road from Grand Frenière toSt. Andrews
Sections of do	
River du Loup.    Approach from Main Road to the Proposed
pier.
River du Loup.   Plan, &c, of Landing Pier.   (2 plans.]
Pointe au L'Origneaux, Landing Pier	
u n Elevation	
tt m Approach to Landing Pier	
St. Lawrence, Anchorage between Grosse Ile and Margaret Pub. by Order of House
lid.  Bayfield. tlEE of Assembly.
Village of Nicolet	
Pointe Platon, enlarged from Bayfield 3 to 1 For Capt Boxer, R N.
n t. s        ,.       6 toi	
Beach of Montreal, from Ruisseau Migeon and the Harbour
Yamaska River.   Ile St. Jeon to St. Aimé	
Lake St. John and River Chamouchouan    	
Part of Rivière Beauport, showing lands  of   Col.  Gugy,
and J. B. Renaud.
Part of St. Lewis Falls.   Isle au Diable and Isle Boket	
Galoppe Rapids,   endorsed St.  Lawrence  Rapids  No. 2.
Maillefort.
T. P. Rubidge.
Alex. McDonald, C. E.
A. Stevenson, for Board
of Works.
P.F.Bambrigge, Lt.RE.
Arthur Wells, C.E.
Off. of Bd. of Wks.
A. J. Russell.
G.T. Baillairge.
F. L. Poudrier, D.A.P..
F. L. Poudrier.
F. L. Poudrier, D.A.P.
F. L. Poudrier, D.A.P.
Office of Board of Wks.
n n
/Duncan Sinclair.
\W. Teasdale.
G. F. Baillairge.
F. P. Rubidge.
i "
G. F. Baillairge.
R. Forsythe.
G. Duberger.
P. L. Morin.
Lewis Chartrand.
Maillefort. MISCELLANEOUS
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LIST OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS, CHARTS, &c—Continued.
113
Date.
No. of
Plan.
Title.
1856
627
1848
1833
631
632
1847
633
1848
1846
634
637
1840
639
1336
640
1833
641
1836
1836
652
644
1835
646
1846
1846
1846
1846
1852
1852
709
709
716
717
718
723
1872
1830
724
733
1868
738
1868
739
*Î868
1868
1868
740
740
" 741
743
760
764
1840
1852
1852
1816
764
787
1872
1853
1868
1861
1862
809
811
830
866
867
867
Soundings taken in the River Nicolet from the Bridge to
Lake St. Peter.
Mouth of the River St. Charles from Capt. Bayfield's Plan..
Survey of waters between Lorette and Cap Rouge Rivers...
Waters between the St. Charles and Cabouge Rivers	
Part of the Beach of the River St. Charles	
Beach on south side of the Channel of the River St, Charles,
Surveyed in 1840.
Chart of River St. Lawrence from St. Helen's Isld. to St.
Paul Isld.
South Shore of St. Lawrence—between Lakes St. Francis
and St. Louis.
Proposed Improvements of the St. Lawrence	
No. 1.   Lake St. Francis to Pt. Fer le Cheval	
Survey of Lake St. Louis with Soundings 	
Part of the Lake St. Francis, with soundings	
Hungry Bay, &c, Pointe au Beaudetto to Coteau du Lac...
River Cataraqui or St. Lawrence between Lakes St. Louis
and St. Francis.
Chart of Quebeo Basin and environs	
Pt. of Quebec, showing St. Charles Beach	
Projected Pier at L'IsTet    Several Sites	
L'Islet, projected pier    	
u      Approach to projected pier at Telegraph Rock	
Trou de Berthier, Approach to Proposed pier on North
East Side.
Harbour of Refuge at Paspebiae, Bay Chaleur	
Obstructions in Navigation of River Richelieu at St. Antoine
and St. Denis.
Plan officiel de la Paroisse de St. Antoine de Longueuil,
Comte de Chambly.
Plan officiel de la Paroisse de St. Bruno, et de Village de St.
Bruno (inset).
Plan officiel du Village de Boucherville	
La Paroisse de la Ste. Famille de Boucherville	
Plan officiel de la Paroisse'de St. Hubert	
Domaine de la Seigneurie de Sault St. Louis,   Comté de
Laprairie.
Harbour of Montreal, showing proposed breakwater	
Railway Bridge over the St. Lawrence at Montreal.   (Victoria Bridge V
Elevation <	
Part of the St. Lawrence and part of the Richelieu Rivers,
showing the nature of the intermediate ground.
Proposed Hanging Boom at Greece's Point    	
Land taken by the Government at the Gatineau	
Boucherville Village	
Terrebonne, Pine Mountains, Argenteuil	
St. Maurice Territory	
Compiler.
James Stewart.
J. Hughes.
G. F. Baillairge.,
Wm. Ware.
G. F. Baillairge.
Wm. Ware.
G. F. Baillairge.
Supt. Draftsman.
P. Fleming.
Henry G. Thompson.
J. B. Mills.
S. Keefer.
A. LaRue, VS.
Alex. Stevenson.
G. F. Baillairge.
F. P. Rubidge.
G. F. Baillairge.
G. F. Baillairge.
Henry Carré, C.E.
Aug. Keefer.
Dept. of Cr. Lds.
Dept. of Cr. Lds.
Crn. Lds. Dept.
John Cliff.
T. C. Keefer.
Alex. Stevenson.
J. Y. Gaudet, C.E.
John A. Snow.
Cr. Lds. Dept.
J. Bouchette.
J. Bouchette. 114
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
PLANS, ETC., IN BOOK  A.
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
1844.—Ottawa Union Suspension Bridge, from Hull.
1844.—Ottawa Union Toll Gate (Vignette Title).
1844.—Map of Canada, by Edward Staveley.
1845.—Bridges at St. Annes La Parade.
1845.—Laehine Canal, Sluice Gates, J. Sutherland; Hector Munro; and Alexander Kinlock.
1845.—Port Dalhousie, Harbour and proposed improvements (L. J. Leslie).
1844.—Bout de l'Isle, Egyptian Towers for Suspension Bridge (F. P. Eubidge).
1845.—Bout de l'Isle, proposed Suspension Bridge (F., P. Eubidge).
1844.—Bytown, Union Suspension Bridge (F. P. Eubidge).
1844.—Bytown, Union Suspension Bridge, details, figs. 1-5  (also photo  (F. P.
Eubidge).
1844.—Bytown, Union Suspension Bridge, details, figs. 1-6 (F. P. Eubidge).
1844.—Bytown, Union.Suspension Bridge, anchor plates (F. P. Eubidge).
1844.—Bytown, Union Suspension Bridge, cast and wrought iron work (F. P.
Eubidge).
1844.—Bytown, Union Suspension Bridge, bridges leading to (F. P. Eubidge).
1844.—Batiscan, elevation plan of wooden bridge (F. P. Eubidge).
1844.—River St. Maurice, plan of wooden bridge (F. P. Eubidge).
1845.—Biver Etchemin, proposed bridge (F. P. Eubidge).
1842.—Berthier, bridge over the Bayonne (F. P. Eubidge).
1845.—Chateauguay, proposed bridge over (F. P. Eubidge).
1844.—Bout de l'Isle, bridge over main raft channel.
1844.—Burlington Bay Canal, ferry boat.
1844.—Bout de l'Isle, swing bridge over Ottawa river.
1845.—Melbourne bridge, St. Francis river.
1844.—Coteau du Lac, bridge over Bivière a de l'Isle.
1845.—Gananoque, bridge over Gananoque river.
1843.—Belleville, proposed bridge over Eiver Moira.
1845.—Bout   de   l'Isle   and   Eaft   Channels,   survey
Eubidge).
1845.—Bout de l'Isle and Eaft Channels, bridge from Montreal island.
1845.—Lake Erie, plans, &c, wooden piers for harbours on
1843.—Windsor Harbour, as constructed.
1843.—Kempt and Gaspé Eoads, bridges constructed on (A. J.
1843.—Kempt and Gaspé Eoads, bridges constructed on (A. J.
1843.—Bice Lake to Lake Ontario, lines of communication.
1843.—Delaware Bridge, Eiver Thames.
1845.—Eouge Hill, with the several lines of road. •
1845.—Townships in vicinity of London (Port Stanley inset) (F. P. Eubidge).
1843.—Beauharnois Canal, machinery for lock gates (F. P. Eubidge).
1843.—Beauharnois Canal, lock gates.
1843.—Beauharnois Canal, lock gates, details.
of   Eiver   Ottawa   (F. P.
Eussell).
Eussell).
CHARTS  IN  BOOK  B.
1866.—Eiver St. Lawrence, Montreal to Farrens Point (Ad. Chart).
1828.—Eiver St. Lawrence, Lake Ontario to Galops Eapids (Ad. Chart).
1866.—Biver St. Lawrence, Farrens Point to Kingston (Ad. Chart).
1851.—Lake Ontario and back communication with Lake Huron (Ad. Chart).
1866.—Lake Ontario (Edward îfodder). MISCELLANEOUS 115
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1828.—Lake Huron, Sheet LTI (Ad. Chart).
1828.—Lake Huron, Sheet V (Ad. Chart).
1828.—Lake Superior (inset Eiver St. Louis), Sheet I (Ad. Chart).
PLANS IN BOOK C.
Parish of Longue Pointe.
La Pointe aux Trembles.
Parish of Eivière des Prairies.
Parish of Eivière des Prairies Subdivisions.
Sault-au-Eécollet, Nos. 240, 246, 247, 277, 318, 319, 323, 32"), 291.
Parish of Saulf-an-Eécollet.
Village of Sault-au-Eecollet.
Parish of St. Laurent.
Parish of Lachine.
Town of Lachine.
Village of Ste. Genevieve.
Parish of Ste. Geneviève.
Parish of Ste. Anne.
Village of Pointe Claire.
Parish of Pointe Claire.
Parish of Ste. Brizard. -==?=
PLANS IN BOOK D.
Parish of Montreal.
Village of Hoehelaga.
Village of Cote St. Louis.
Villages of St. Jean Baptiste and Cote St. Louis.
Village of St. Jean Baptiste.
Village of Cote des Nieges.
Supplemental Sheet A, No. 240 to 373.
Supplemental Sheet B, No. 382 to 1433.
Supplemental Sheet C, No. 1435 to 1812.
Supplemental Sheet D, No. 1312 to 2509.
Supplemental Sheet E, No. 2509 to 3113.
Supplemental Sheet F, No. 3114 to 3400.
Supplemental Sheet G, 3414 to 3599.
Supplemental Sheet H, No. 3618 to 3911.
Supplemental Sheet I, 3913 to 4668.
Hoehelaga Subdivision, 1-2.
Hoehelaga Subdivision, 14.
Hoehelaga Subdivision, 49, 8.
Hoehelaga Subdivision, part No. 148.
Hoehelaga Subdivision, No. 17, 168, 80, 166-162.
Cote Visitation—Cote St. Louis Subdivisions.
Cote St. Louis Subdivision, No. 10-137, 167, 330.
Cote St. Louis Subdivision, 167, 162; 198, 190, 209, 329.
Cote des Nieges Subdivision, Montreal (Par.) Subdivision.
Village St. Jean Baptiste, Village Cote des Nieges Subdivision.
Cote des Nieges Subdivisions.
Montreal Par. Subdivision.       g*.^
Par. Montreal Subdivision.
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1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
Montreal Par. Subdivision, 80, 168, 169, 170, 181, 184, 185.
I 1 187, 220, 227, 278, 282.
| 1 303-4. 374, 375, 379, 384, 941.
" 1 406, 941, 1197, 1700A, 1703, 1704, &c.
" " 1707, 3239, &c.
PLANS IN BOOK E.
Montreal.
Index plan of St. Anne's Ward.
St. Anne's Ward, Sheet 1, Plan I.
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St. Lawrence Ward, Sheet 1.
St. Lawrence Ward, Sheet 2.
St. Louis Ward, Sheet 1.
St. Louis Ward, Sheet 2.
St. James Ward, Sheet 1.
St. James Ward, Sheet 2.
West Ward, Plan 1.
West Ward, Plan 2.
East Ward, Sheet 1.
East Ward, Sheet 2.
Centre Ward.
St. Marys Ward, Sheet 1.
St. Mary's Ward, Sheet 2.
St. Mary's Ward, Sheet 3.
St. Mary's Ward, Sheet 4.
St. Antoine Ward.
St. Antoine Ward.
St. Louis Ward.
St. Mary's and St. James' Ward.
PLANS, ETC., IN BOOK     P —PHOTOS.
Public Works of Canada.
Lachine Canal, Dominion of Canada, connecting Lake St. Louis and the Harbour
of Montreal on the Eiver St. Lawrence.. Drawn by C. E. Michaud.
Union Suspension Bridge, Ottawa river, Bytown.   Details.    (F. P. Eubidge.) MISCELLANEOUS
117
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Union Suspension Bridge, Bytown.   Details.   (F. P. Eubidge.)
Details of Swing Bridge.    (F. P. Eubidge.)
Blockhouse Point, Sheet 2, framing.    (J. Tomlinson, C.E.)
Town Plot of Alberton, in the vicinity of Fort Francis.   (E. C. Caddy.)
-Lachine Canal, Swing Bridge, 1844.
Proposed Lighthouse at the Upper Gap, Bay of Quinte, 1864.   (F. P. Eubidge.)
General plan and details of a bridge to be built over the Main Eaft Channel, Bout
de l'Isle, 1844.
Lighthouse on Mohawk island, Lake Erie, 1846.-  (F. P. Eubidge.)
Union Suspension Bridge, Ottawa river.   Details.
Beauharnois Canal, Machinery for Lock Gates.    (F. P. Eubidge.)
Lachine Canal, Lock No. 3, new arrangement No. 3.
Cornwall Canal, Entrance Lock.   (J. B. Mills.)
Point Pelee Lighthouse, 1858.
Cape Eosier, Plan of Lighthouse, 1854.
Greenly Island Lighthouse, Sheet No. 4, Barn, and Oil Store.    (J. Tomlinson,
CE.)
Machias Seal Island, N.B., Lighthouse.    (J. Tomlinson, CE.)
PLANS, ETC., IN BOOK ' G.'
1854.—Maps, Eeports, estimates, &c, re Canal, Eiver St. Lawrence and Lake Champlain.
1856.—Map No. 1.—Gallops Eapid.
Map No. 2.—North Channel of Long Sault Éapid.
1854.—Division 3, Lake St. Francis to Pointe au Diable, comprising the Coteau
Eapids.
1854.—Division 4, Pointe au Diable to Pointe au Moulin,   comprising   the   Cedar
Eapids.
1853.—Division 5, Pointe au Moulin to Lake St. Louis, comprising the Split Eock
and Cascades Eapids.
1856.—Diagram Map, exhibiting the various routes proposed for the St. Lawrence and
Lake Champlain Ship Canal.
■1
i
CHARTS IN BOOK ^H.'
Bayfield's charts of the Eiver St. Lawrence from Quebec to Kingston, with
lighthouses marked thereon.
2788.—Eiver St. Lawrence, Sheet I, Point Pizeau to Frechette Island.
2787.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet II, Frechette Island to Cap Santé (2 copies).
2786.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet III, Cap Santé to Grondine.
2785.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet IV, Grondine to Batiscan.
2784.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet V, Batiscan to Bécancour.
2783.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet VI, Bécancour to Port St. Francis (2 copies).
2782.—Eiver St. Lawrence, Sheet VII, East Part of Lake St. Peter.
2781.—Eiver St. Lawrence, Sheet VIII, West Part of Lake St. Peter.
2780.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet IX, Stone Island to Lanoraie (2 copies).
2779.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet X, Lanoraie towards Contrecœur.
2775.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet XI, Contrecœur to Bepentigny (2 copies).
2777.—Biver St. Lawrence, Sheet XII, Bepentigny to Long Point (2 copies).
1127.—Montreal Harbour.
North America, Sheet II, Gulf of St. Lawrence (2 copies).
Plan received, 10 August, 1909.
1831.—Plan   du   Palais   Episcopal   et   du   Terrein  en  Dependant,   Québec.     (Jos.
Hanell, Arp.) 118 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
PLANS  RECEIVED  PROM   PUBLIC WORKS.
-  September 20, 1909.
•1854.—Plan de la Cite de Québec, Fonde par Samuel Champlain de Brouage en 1608.
Population en 1854.
1854-1870.—Vraie copie du Plan annexé à L'acte de Vente en date du 11 Novembre
1854, par William V. Sewell et autres à Sa Majesté, passé a Québec devant
Chas. M. de Foy, N.P., Québec, 2 Avril 1870.   (G. F. Baillairge.)
1854.—Property  of Henry Atkinson, Esq.,  Spencer Wood Cove Plan.    N. Larue,
Architect, 27 March, 1854.   Vraie copie, Jos. Eosa.
1855.—Plan of the Boundary between Spencer Wood and Gilmours Cove, as surveyed
by G. G. Dunîevie, P.L.S., 20 October, 1855.
1854.—Boundary of that part of Spencer Wood purchased by the Government of
Canada from H. Atkinson, Esq.   True copy.    (A. Campbell.)
1831.—Plan du Palais Episcopal et du Terrein en Dependant.   A copy of same plan
as above referred to.
December 4, 1909.
1853.—Plan of St. Lawrence from Cedars Mills to Beauharnois Canal. (James
Stewart.)
N.D.   Plan officiel de la Paroisse de St.-Boniface.
N.D.   Paroisse de Ste.-Flore, Canton de Badnor.
N.D.   Paroisse de Notre-Dame de Mont-Carmel. .
N.D.   Plan officiel de la Paroisse de St.-Etienne.
N.D.   Plan officiel de la Paroisse de Ste.-Flore.
N.D. Plan officiel de la Paroisse de Notre-Dame de Mont-Carmel, Comté de Champlain.
1847.—Sketch of the Temiscouata Eoad.    (A. J. Eussell.)
1841.—Plan of part of the Seigniory of Madawaska and Temiscouata. (W. Ware and
Andrew Eussell.)
1857.—Plan showing the quantity of land occupied upon the property of A. L. Fraser,
by the new road heading from the Village of Bivière du Loup to Lake
Temiscouata.    (G. F. Baillairge.)
1854.—Plan des Différentes Lignes Explorées pour le Chemin Temiscouata, 1854.
Plan A.A.    (J. F. McDonald.)
1861.—Plan of the New Temiscouata Boad in the County of Temiscouata, Lower
Canada.   (Jos. Bosa and J. C. Simpson.)
1861.—Western Division of the Cap de Chatte and Great Fox Eiver Eoad, showing
proposed road from Cap de Chatte to the Great Magdalen Eiver. (G. F.
Baillairge.)
1861.—Plan of Line of Proposed Eoad from Great Fox Eiver to Biver Magdalen, in
the District of Gaspé, according to exploration made by G. F. Baillairge.
1848.—Guide Lines for Boad from St. Agnes to Grand Bay.    (Jas. Stewart.)
N.D. The Proposed Main Line from Granby to the Outlet, and the Branch Line
thence to Sherbrooke.    (Arthur Wells.)
N.D.   Map of the Proposed Boad leading from Biver des Prairies to Grenville.
1845.—Topographical Map of the Existing and Proposed Boad from the Bridge across
Eiver Laprairie to Grenville.    (Owen Quinn.)
N.D. Plan of the Survey of the Shefford, Melbourne and Drummondville Eoads,
connecting the adjacent country with the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Bail-
road Line.    (0. Wells.)
1861.—Eastern Division of Cap de Chatte and Great Fox Eiver Eoad on the proposed main road from Great Fox Eiver to Great Magdalen Eiver. (G. F.
Baillairge.) MISCELLANEOUS 119
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1845.—General Plan of the vicinity of the Chats Eapids, Ottawa Eiver.    (Thos.
Keefer, C.E.)
N.D.   Montreal and Environs.
N.D.    Seigniory of Murray Bay.
1853.—Map of the City of Montreal, compiled from the most recent surveys, by W. N.
McKenzie.
1848.—Plan of the Biver St. Maurice.   Surveyed from its mouth in the St. Lawrence
to its source in the Height of Land.   (P. C. Bourke.)
1831.—Lt.-Col. By's Projected Improvement for Steamboat Navigation to surmount
the Sault des Becollets and Chenal de Terre, Eivière des Prairies. (John
By.)
1835.—Plan de la Seigneurie de Lavaltrie.   (L. Dorval.)
1848 (?).—Endorsed, 'Board of Works Survey of part of the Biver St. Lawrence
between Montreal Harbour and Laprairie.'    (D. Thompson.)
1842.—Plan of the Biver St. Lawrence from Coteau du Lac to the Cascades. (H. G.
Thompson.)
1852.—Biver St. Lawrence at and near to Coteau Fort.    (James Stewart.)
Plan of the Eiver St. Lawrence from Coteau du Lac to the Cascades, with its
soundings.    (H. G. Thompson.)    (Copied by A. Larue.)
1836.—Plan of the Survey of Lake St. Louis, with* soundings to.   (A. Larue.)
Map No. 5.—Survey of a portion of the Eiver St. Lawrence, from Pt. au
Moulin to Lake St. Louis, including the Cascade Eapids.
A Chart of the Estimated Survey of Lake St. Francis, and soundings.   (David
Thompson.)
1830-1.—Plan A of the Trigonometrical Survey of the St. Lawrence or Cataraqui
between the Lakes St. Louis and St. Francis.   (A. Stevenson.)
1854.—Map No. 4.—Survey of a portion of the Eiver St. Lawrence between Pt. au
Diable and Pt. au Moulin, including the Cedar Eapids.    (MaiUefort.)
N.D.   Map of part of Lower Canada, showing the roads under charter by the Quebec
Turnpike Trust.    (James Cane.)
N.D.   Plan of the Harbour of Quebec at low water.   (P. Maclean.)
1854.—Map No. 3.—Survey of a portion of the Eiver St. Lawrence between Lake St.
Francis and Pt. au Diable, including the Coteau Eapids.   (MaiUefort.)
EESEAECHES IN ONTAEIO.
Eeport of E. Laidlaw.
Dr. Doughty,
Dominion Archivist.
Sœj—Herewith I submit a statement of the results of searches made during the
past year in. the province of Ontario for documents, papers, &c, of historical interest.
The time at my disposal was devoted entirely to eastern Ontario, Toronto and the
Niagara district.
CHURCH AND PARISH RECORDS.
Visits were made to the old parishes in the eastern portion of what is now known
as the province of Ontario, and arrangements made for copying the early lists of
births, marriages and deaths. In order to obtain the earliest records of this character
for the district, it was necessary to go to St. Eegis, P.Q., what is now the parish of
St. Andrews, county of Stormont, having been established as a mission under the
priest of that parish.    These date back to 1759.    St. Andrews was set apart as an 120
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independent parish about 1800, and after that date the registers were kept there, but
the earlier records remained at St. Begis. At St. Baphaels, the registers date back to
1786.   The above are all Boman Catholic parishes.
The early registers there are being copied by : Bev. Father Bourget, at St. Begis ;
Bev. Father McBea, at St. Andrews ; Bev. Father Campbell, at St. Baphaels.
At Williamstown, in the county of Glengarry, in the possession of Mr. Geo. H.
McGillivray, are the registers kept by the Bev. Mr. Bethune, the first minister of the
Presbyterian church there. These begin about 1786. Mr. McGillivray is making a
copy of these registers for his own use, and when he has completed this work, will hand
over the originals to the Archives.
In the office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cornwall is the original register of
certified marriages of members of the Church of Scotland, Lutherans, Congregation-
alists, Baptists, Independents, Methodists, Presbyterians and Moravians, from 1831 to
1865.   A copy of this register has been made, and is now in the Archives.
In 1885, there was made for the Archives, under the supervision of Bev. C. B.
Pettit, M.A., Bector of Cornwall, a copy of the registers of births, marriages and
deaths for that parish, 1803-1846.
Churches organized in this district for many years in the early days of the
country were established as missions. Consequently the registers referred to cover all
these missions, and form a complete record for that portion of the old district of Lune-
burg, later known as the Eastern District.
At Brockville, in the office of the Clerk of the Peace, there is the original register
for the district of Johnstown, of certified marriages of members of churches other
than the Church of England and Boman Catholic. A copy of this is being made for
the Archives.
His Honour, Judge McDonald, of Brockville, has in his possession the original
register kept by the Bev. William Smart, the first Presbyterian minister in Brockville,
beginning 1811.   This he has promised to donate to the Archives.
In St. Georges Parish House, Kingston, are the old registers of the Church of
England, for the Diocese of Ontario. These date back to the latter part of the
eighteenth century.
Search was made in the offices of the clerks of the peace in St. Catharines,
Welland, Cayuga and Hamilton, for registers of certified marriages such as are in
Cornwall and Brockville, but none were to be found.
SESSIONS   OF  THE  PEACE RECORDS.
In the early days of the country the Sessions of the Peace was a much more
important body than it is to-day. Not only did its members act in a judicial capacity,
but they also exercised nearly all the functions that municipal councils now enjoy. In
fact the whole administration of the affairs of the district devolved upon them. The
records of these proceedings are therefore of special interest.
For the eastern part of Ontario these records are complete and in an excellent
state of preservation. They are in the offices of the clerks of the peace at Cornwall
and Brockville. Those in Cornwall date back to 1789, and those in Brockville to about
the same time. Two' of tho earliest volumes of the Minute Books in Cornwall, covering
the period 1789 to 1827, have been copied, and are now in the Archives.
In the Niagara district, diligent search was made for similar records in the public
offices at St. Catharines, Hamilton, Welland and Cayuga, but none could be found. It
is supposed that they were destroyed during the war of 1812-15, when the Americans
invaded Canada and burned the old town of Niagara.
In this connection it may be stated that the Begistry Office at Niagara was burned
at that time with its contents, which included all documents such as deeds, mortgages.
&c, relating to lands.   In order to replace as far as possible what had been destroyed,
—~=~ MISCELLANEOUS 121
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
the government of that day appointed a commission, with power to call upon all
persons in the district to bring to them such deeds, mortgages, &c, as might be in
their possession, so that copies might be made and the records thus preserved. The
documents copied at this time are contained in two large volumes now in the Begistry
Office at St. Catharines, and known as j Commissioners' Books.'
CHRYSLER PAPERS.
These papers, which are in the possession of Mrs. Chrysler of Niagara Falls, form
a somewhat voluminous and very interesting collection. They date back to 1775, when
John and Adam Chrysler, U.E. Loyalists, left the United States and came to Canada,
settling in the Niagara district. John and Adam Chrysler were brothers of the
Chryslers who located in Dundas county about the same time, and on whose farm the
battle of Chrysler's Farm was fought. The more important of these papers are being
copied for the Dominion Archives by Miss Chrysler.
HAMILTON PAPERS.
In the old Hamilton home at Queenston, the documents and papers left by the
family still remain. The Hamilton family was very prominent in the commercial,
military, political and social life of the Niagara district during the latter part of the
eighteenth and the earlier part of the nineteenth century. Some of the members took
a prominent part in the war of 1812-15. Permission has been obtained from the representatives of the Hamilton estate to examine these papers, but this cannot be done
until next summer.
CHEWETT PAPERS.
These belong to the estate of Wm. Chewett, Surveyor General of Upper Canada
during the early part of the nineteenth century, and are in the possession of his
descendants in Toronto and in England. They are being collected, and will be presented to the Archives.
JOHN WILLSON PAPERS.
Mr. Frank Willson, of Beaver Dams, Niagara district, has quite a large collection
of papers dating back to 1775. These were carefully examined, and found to contain
accounts, receipts, mortgages, deeds, bonds, &c.
UPPER PAPERS.
These belong to the family of the late Col. Upper, of Allanburg, Niagara district,
and go back to a very early date. Mr. Upper will hand them over to Mr. J. H.
Thompson, President of the Thorold and Beaver Dams Historical Society, who will
forward them to the Archives for examination.
TUCKER PAPERS.
BRENNAN  PAPERS.
Mr. E. H. Brennan, of Welland, has a number of papers dealing with Indian
affairs.   They are copies only, and will not be copied at present.
These are in the possession of Mr. Baruch Tucker, of Allanburg, and date back to
very early days. They will also be handed over to Mr. Thompson to be forwarded to
the Archives.
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1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
GORING PAPERS.
Francis Goring came from Ireland to Quebec in 1776 with a party of artificers in
the hospital ship Speak. His position was that of clerk to Col. Christie, Quarter
Master General. He was afterwards engaged in business at Niagara, 'latterly in
partnership with Samuel Street and James Bennett. Mr. Carl C. Fisher, of St.
Catharines, Eegistrar of Lincoln county, a great grandson, says there are several
diaries and manuscripts of Mr. Goring's among the descendants. He is making an
effort to obtain them for the Archives.
MACKLEM PAPERS.
I called on Mr. Maeklem at his house in Chippewa, and was informed that he had
given away his papers of historical interest. The Cummings papers had also been
disposed of by the surviving representatives of the family.
In this connection it may be stated that what is' to be known as the Street and
Maeklem Collection of Books, &c, has been presented by the families to the Public
Library at Niagara Falls, Ont. The new Library there is nearing completion, and the
boxes containing the books will not be opened until the building is finished and ready
for use.   I therefore did not have an opportunity to examine tbe collection.
RYKERT PAPERS.
Mr. J. C. Bykert,'of St. Catharines has a large collection of books and papers,
principally of a political character, including newspaper files, scrap books, &c.
MRS. J. J. CURRIE.
Mrs. J. J. Currie, of St. Catharines, has a large collection of copies of documents,
in connection with her work, the 'Life of Laura Secord;' amongst them a manuscript diary or recollections entitled, ' Account of an Eventful Life,' written for Jennie
Stovin by Elizabeth Grover, Coulborne, Ont. The reminiscences in the last mentioned
book go back to 1776.
PRINGLE PAPERS.
Mr.. E. B. Pringle, ex-M.P., Cornwall, has presented to the Archives a number of
valuable papers, &c, consisting of regimental orderly books, army lists, &c.
Mrs. Corbett, of Cornwall, also contributed several interesting documents which
had belonged to her father, the late Judge Pringle.
BISHOP STRACHAN PAPERS,
Mrs. Wm. McLennan, of Cornwall, has a considerable collection of letters written
by the late Bishop Strachan.   These are mostly of a private character.
BERGIN PAPERS.
The late Dr. Darby Bergin, of Cornwall, for many years M.P. for that district,
during his public career acquired a large collection of parliamentary blue books
and political pamphlets. These were inherited by his brother, John Bergin, who died
last fall. I was allowed to examine the library, and secured quite a collection of
pamphlets and books for the Archives. MISCELLANEOUS
123
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
SANDFIELD MCDONALD PAPERS.
There seems to be very little left of papers and documents that belonged to the
late Hon. John Sandfield McDonald, the first premier of' the province of Ontario.
While in Cornwall I met his daughter, Madame Langlois. She was collecting such
papers as were to be found, to take with ier to Portneuf, P.Q., where she resides. H
there is anything of public interest in them she will forward it to the Archives.
COLQUHOUN PAPERS.
Mrs. Colquhoun, Cornwall, has in her possession a number of old orderly books
and a few other documents of early date, but I had not an opportunity to examine
them.
BISHOP MACDONELL'S LIBRARY.
The library of the late Bt. Eev. Alex. Macdonell, first Boman Catholic Bishop of
Upper Canada, is in the possession of Mr. Alex. Duncan Macdonell, of Alexandria,
Ont.   The library contains a number of valuable Canadian books.
'LAWS OF NEW YORK.'
Mr. Clench, Clerk of the Court, St. Catharines, donated to the Archives a copy of
the ' Laws of New York,' printed in 1752.
'UPPER CANADA GAZETTE.'
Mr. M. J. Brennan, Clerk of the Peace, St. Catharines, donated a volume of
Upper Canada Gazette, 1831-1833.
HAY  PAPERS.
Mrs. T. P. Foran, Ottawa, has in her possession an Orderly Book of 1781; also a
diary or journal kept by her grandfather, Lieut. John Hay, of a voyage from Montreal
■ to Michilimackinac and return about 1783.   Copies of these have been made for the
Archives.
BOOKS AND PAPERS Re LANDS.
In the Crown Lands Department, Toronto, are the records relating to land grants,
&c, since the organization oî lhe province of Upper Canada In 1792. A number of
the volumes in this collection have been copied for the Archives, and a list made of
the other more important ones.
MILITARY LIST.
In the Patents Branch of the Crown Lands Department, Toronto, is ' A nominal
return of the Flank Companies, Troops of Dragoons, Corps of Provincial Marines and
Incorporated Battalions in Upper Canada which were entitled to land for their services
during the late war with the United States,' giving names, military rank, and remarks
as to claims and claimants. This list of corps added to the General Beturn furnished
the Provincial Secretary, dated August 17, 1794, was supplied from returns and documents found in the office of the Adjutant General, Montreal.
DAVID THOMPSON PAPERS.
From the Surveys Branch of the Crown Lands Department have been
received the Journals and Diaries of David Thompson, Explorer and Astronomer
Boyal, covering a period of sixty-one years, 1789-1850.   Books No. 1 to 30, the most 124 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1 GEORGE V., A. 1911
important of the series, deal exclusively with northwest exploration from Lake
Superior to the Pacific ocean. Included in these are diaries kept during journies
from Cumberland House to York Factory, 1790; York Factory to Seepaywisk, 1792;
Seepaywisk and Chatham House, 1792-3 ; Seepaywisk to the Deer's Lake Biver, 1793 ;
York Factory to Buckingham House, 1793; Buckingham House to York Factory,
1794; York Factory to the Eeed Lake House, 1794; at Duck Portage House, 1795-6;
Grand Portage to Swan Eiver, 1797; Fairford House to Athapiskow Lake, 1796;
Fort George to the Boeky Mountain House, and thence down the Saskatchewan Biver
to Lake Winnipeg, 1800; from the junction of the Mississippi and the Deer's Biver
to the east end of Athabasca Lake, 1796; from McDonell's House, junction of Mouse
and Stone Indian Eivers, to the Mandan Villages on the Missouri Eiver and return,
1797-8; Falls of Ste. Marie to Bed Deer's Lake, 1798-9; at Fort George, 1799; Fort
Augustus to the Forks of the Athabasca Eiver, 179.9; to the Kootenaes, Bow Biver
and Bocky Mountains, 1800; Bocky Mountain House to Fort Augustus, 1801; at the
Forks of the Peace Biver, 1803-4; Kaministiquia to Lac la Croix, 1804; Lac la Croix
to Eat Eiver country, 1804-5; at Eat Eiver, 1805-6; at Eocky Mountain House,
1806-7; at the Kootenae House, 1807-8; to Kootenae and Saleesh Posts and back via
the Columbia Biver, Saskatchewan, &c, to Bainy Lake House, 1809-10. With these
diaries are a great number of astronomical observations, memoranda of surveys,
courses and distances, &c.
Books 31 to 64 are taken up almost entirely with the survey of the boundary line
between Canada and the United States, uuder the Treaty of Ghent, from St. Begis,
on the St. Lawrence Biver, to the westernmost part of the Lake of the Woods. These
cover a period of fully ten years, 1816 to 1826.
Books 65 to 83 are of a miscellaneous character, including journals of surveys of
Lakes St. Francis and St. Peter, a survey of the canoe route from Lake Huron to the
Ottawa Biver via Muskoka and Madawaska rivers; survey of lands in the Eastern
Townships owned by the British American Land Company. There are also numerous
articles on various subjects relating to the districts through which Thompson travelled.
A careful analysis has been made of these journals.
Bespectfully submitted.
E. LAIDLAW.
Ottawa, March 31, 1910.   §||
Eeport of Bev. P. M. O'Leary.
Dr. A. G. Doughty,
Dominion Archivist,
v** Ottawa.
Dear Sir,—I submit, as requested, a statement of the work engaged upon by me
for the period 1909-10, and forwarded to the department.
ARCHIVES DEPARTMENT,, QUEBEC.
1. Eeport on and index to the Process Verbal of the Grand Voyers for the Province of Quebec—District of Quebec, Montreal and Three Eivers—1708-1841.
2. Eeport on the ' Voierie de Québec,' 1700-1750.
3. Eeport on the Eegisters of the Civil Status for the District of Quebec, 1640 to
date.
(a) From the Eegisters in Archives Department, Quebec.
(b) From the Eegisters in the parishes. MISCELLANEOUS
125
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 15
4. Eeport on the Maps, Plans and Charts in the Crown Lands Department,
Quebec.
5. Eeport on and general index to the General Collection of MSS. of the French
Eégime, 1638-1759.
N.B.—I had to suspend work on this collection when I had reached the 1221 MS.,
dated 1740, in order to attend to the restoration of the DuBerger Model of Quebec
(September 30,1909).
6. Eestoration of the Quebec Model from September 30, 1909, to date.
I remain, yours faithfully,
P. M. O'LEARY, Priest.
CAEDS TYPEWRITTEN SINCE THE LAST EEPOET.
The number of cards typewritten, classified and placed in their respective drawers
since the last report amount to 58,813, as per the following statement :—
Manuscripts—
S. Series     43,265
C. Series      1,000
     44,265
Library— &|fis
Catalogue     10,916
Newspaper articles      3,632
     14,548
Total      58,813
There are now in the mss. division about 600,000 cards in the drawers, and about
200,000 more ready to be typewritten.
i
INVENTOEY OF MANUSCRIPTS ON THE SHELVES.
Number of volumes-on the shelves in room 8 at date of last
report (July 23, 1909)  13,534              \
Number added to room 8 since  155
Number placed in room 11 .*. 152
Number placed in room 14  2,287
Total number on shelves      16,128
LIBBAEY.
During the year, 1,484 hooks and pamphlets were added to the library. A collection of medals struck during the French régime was brought from France by Dr. Boy,
and several important manuscripts of which a list is given. The Archives has also
received a valuable collection of medals struck during the reign of Queen Victoria
from Sir Frederick Borden, Minister of Militia and Defence.
I have the honour to be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
AETHUE G. DOUGHTY,
Dominion Archivist.
Ottawa, June 1, 1910. |
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