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  THE LIBRARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
U.K.C. LAW LIBtARY
JUN 2 9f97i     CANADA.
INDIAN   TREATIES
AND
SURRENDERS
FROM 16S0 TO 1890.-IN TWO VOLUMES.
VOL.   I.
t%s SI ite
OTTAWA
PRINTED BY BROWN CHAMBER UN, PhLMtft
EXCELLENT MAJESTY
i'AWA :
M, PRINTER TO THE QUEENS ;
;     lSSi;  9^0.5   INDEX.
^NOTES.—in.) It is understood that surrenders are made to the Crown unless it is otherwise stated.
(b.) In print, the Indian word "totem " is substituted for the sign or figure following the name of an
Indian in the original manuscript surrender.
A.
Abenakis Indians—
4th July, 1868.   Land in Pierreville and St Francois de Sales. Pierreville
Parish, and parts of islands in St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
8th Jan., 188L   Xand in Pierreville Parish, Yamaska County	
14th Feb., 1882.   Lots 1 to 8 inclusive, Ranges 12 and 13, Coleraine Town
ship, Megantic County	
Abinger Township, Addington County
31st May, 1819.   Bv Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township .	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Adelaide Township, Middlesex County—
9th Mar., 1819.    By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender..   Part of
Township	
9th May, 1820.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township    	
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township..        	
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.    Part of
Township	
10th July, 1S27. . By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part
of Township
Adjala Township, i
17th Oct., 1818.
Township...
MCOE COUNTY—
By   Chippewa  India
Provisional   surrender.   The
—Admaston Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township   	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
e on Bow, South Saskatche
re on Bow, South Saskatche
, South Sas-
' Albemarle Townshd?. Saugeen Peninsula, Bruce County
9th Aug., 1836. . By Saugeen Indians.   The Township.   For a general
reserve ."	
13th Oct., 1854.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.
Alberta District, N.W.T.—
1st Feb., 1884.   Bv Blood Indians.   Old resei
wan and Red Deer Rivers	
4th Feb., 1884.   Bv Sarcee Indians.   01dres<
wan and Red Deer Rivers	
7th Feb.. 1884.   By Blackfoot Indians.   Old reserve on B<
' katchewan and Red Deer Rivers	
. 29th Apr., 1885.   Bv David James Cochrane.   Sixty-two acres in Blood
reserve on Bellv and St. Mary Rivers.   For Blood Indians	
6th May, 1885. By Angus Macdonald. Ten acres on reserve of Pass-pass-
chase or Pass-pass-tayo, at Two Hills, five miles south of Edmonton....
9th Sep., 1886. By Blood Indians. Excepting from their reserve northwest \of Section 3, Township S, Range 22, west of 4th Priucipal Men
dian, instead of north-east J of said Section	
22nd Aug., 1887. By Peter Erasmus. Ten acres on east side of White Fish
Lake, included in reserve" of James Seenum's Band	
19th Nov., 18SS. By Cree Indians. Reserve of Pass-pass-chase or Pass-
pass-tayo, at Two Hills, five miles south of Edmonton
Sec aim " Treaties Nos. 6 " and "7."
T
Albion Township, Peel County—
28th Oct., 1818.   By Mississagua Iridians.   Provisional surrender.    Th«
iTow°ship: ; 1M28	
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180
269
89
189
108
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29
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18
47
27
62
274
63
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195
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132
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Aldborolt.h Township, Elgin CoCNTY—
19th May, ITW).   Bv Ottawa. Chippewa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott;
Indians.   The Township j
Algona Township, South, Renfrew County—
7th Sep., 1873.     Bv Ontario Government   Lots 3 to 10 inclusive, Con. 9,j
and Lots 5 to 10 inclusive, Con. 10.  For Algonquin Indians I
Algonquin Indians—
17th June, 1839.   Kettle Island and land on
Order-in-Council, and other land granted h
19th Aug., 1873.    Lots 12 to 16 inclusive, an
and 3, Desert River Front, Maniwaki Tow:
7th Sep., 1873.   By Ontario Government.    L
BSjij&;   and 5 to 10 inclusive, Con. 10, South A!gi>
County	
10th Sep., 1873. Parts of Lots 5 and 6, Desert Front, parts of Lots 24 and!
25, Range 7, and parts of Lots 34 and 35, Gatineau Front, Maniwaki■'
Township, Ottawa County	
13th June, 1S74. Four acres of Lot 4, Desert River Front, Maniwaki Township, Ottawa County.   To be leased to S. B. Brock for a steam saw-
awa River assumed by;
ront parts of Lots 1, 2
p, Ottawa County ;
»10 inclusive, Con. 9, j
i Township, Renfrew.
mil
18th Feb., 1878. Parts of certain Lots, Maniwaki Township, Ottawa
County.   To be leased	
2nd Aug., 1886. Five acres of Lot 4, Desert Front Range, near Maniwaki,
Maniwaki Township, Ottawa Countv	
26th Dec, 1887. Part of Lot 3, Desert Front Range (10,000 square feet).
Tobeleased	
2nd July, 1889. Old Indian burying ground (l^nr acres), Maniwakil
Township, Ottawa County.   Tobeleased	
23rd Aug., 1889. Half an acre of Lot 3, Desert Front Range, Maniwaki
Township, Ottawa County.   To be leased.   	
23rd Aug., 1889. One acre of Tiot 4rDesert Front Range, Maniwaki Township, Ottawa County.   Tobeleased	
a.   Lot 7, Con. 2.   To Hon.
«r Markland and William
Allan, George William, Attorney of Canada Company-
See " Canada Company."
Allan, Hon. William, Attorney of Canada Company—
See " Canada Company."
Alnwick Township, Northumberland Cou:
10th Mar., 1836.    By George Strange B
John Henrv Dunn, Hon. George He
Hepburn. For Mississagua Indians	
8thNov., 184L   By Canada Company.   Lot*
Indians.	
17th May, 1842.   By George Strange Boulton.
sissagua Indians	
3rd Aug.,   1842.     By George Strange Bool'
Mississagua Indians	
12th July, 184a _ By George Strange Boulton.   Lot 6, Con. 2.   For Mis
sissagua Indians	
20th Feb., 1845.   By Samuel Peters Jarvis.   Lots 7 and west J of 16, Con.
2.   For Mississagua Indians	
5th Dec, 1870.   By Canada Company.   Lot U, Con. 1.   For Mississagua
Indians *>	
29th Sep., 1875.     By Mississagua Indians.   Lots 11 to 16 inclusive, and 18
and 19, Con. L Lots 6 to 17 inclusive, excepting 10,  Con. 2.    To be
leased	
Con. 2. For Mississagua
Lot 13,"' Con.' L * For Mii
in.   Lot" 18," Con! lV" For
Amabel Town-ship, Saugeen Peninsula, Bruce County—
9th Aug., 1836.   By Saugeen Indians.   The Township.   For a general
13th Oct., 1854.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township	
Amalecite or Malecite Indians—
2nd Aug., 1779.   By Lt. Gov. Hughes.   Five hundred acres on St. John
River and 4 acres at St Ann's Point also Indian Island, New Brum
4th Aug.. 1869.   Part of Viger Townsl
13th Mar., 1877.   By Quebec Govennx	
Whitworth Township, Temiscouata Coun
Temiscouata County (3,650
Lots 2?, 28 and" 29/Con." 12;
Amaeinth Township, Dufferin County—
17th Oct, 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional   surrender.   The
Township	
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Ancaster Township, Wen
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mis
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ua India
The Township.    To Lt.  Gov.
Anderdon Township, Essex County—
15th May, 1786.   By Chippewa and Ottawa Indians.   The Township
11th Sep., 1800.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and  Wyandott
Indians.   Part of Township (2,412 acres and a roadway)...'.	
13th Aug., 1833.   By Wyandott Indians.   The Township	
2nd Feb., 1836.   By Wyandott Indians.    Lots 3 to 7 inclusive, and east
Erts of 1 and 2, Con. 1 ; Lots 30,31 and 32 fronting on Canard River;
rts 33 and 34 fronting on the main travelled road ; Lots 37, 39 and 42j
fronting on Detroit River, Con. 1 ; Lots 1 and 2, Con. 2; Lots 1, 2 and
3, Con. 4; Lots 1 to 9 inclusive, Con. 5; Lots 1 to 6 inclusive and 9 and]
10, Con. 6; Lots Ito 9 inclusive, Con. 8...	
20th Sep., 1836.   By Wyandott Indians.   Part of Township	
18th Jan., 1848.   By Chipi>ewa Indians.   Lot 5, Con. 4	
18th Jam, 1848.   By Chippewa Indians.   Lot 5 and north i of 4, Con. 4...
20th Aug., 1875. By Wyandott Indians. Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and south £ of 10,
in Con. 6, 7 and 8	
21st Dec., 1877. By Wyandott Indians. Southerly § of Lot 13, Con. 1, and
south \ of Lot 8, Con. 3, for Solomon White; south \ of south h of Lot
7, Con. 3, for Mary L. White; Indian marsh, for Chief Joseph "White.
7th May, 1879. By Wyandott Indians. South-east £ of Lot 6, Con. 3, for
Victoria Maguire; south-west £ of Lot 9, Con. 4, for Almira Clark;
south-east J of Lot 9, Con. 4, for Christine Ramon; north-west J of
Lot 8, Com 2, for Catherine Bernard; south-west J of Lot 6, Com 3,
for Charlotte Marsh	
7th May, 1879. By Wyandott Indians. Water lot in front of southerly §
of Lot 13, Con. L   For Solomon White	
27th Apr., 1880. By Wyandott Indians. Water lot in front of Lot 18,
Con. 1 	
25th Apr., 1882. By Wyandott Indians. Gore in rear of south \ of Lot
19, Com 1 (6$vacres).    For Lewis Warrow	
16th Dec, 1886. By Wyandott Indians. North $ of south § of Lot 7
Con.3 '.	
26th June, 1889.   By Wyandott Indians.   Gore in rear of Lot 17, Con. 1.
Anderson, Charles—
19th Apr., 1834. By Lt. Gov. Colborne. Part of Otonabee Township
Peterborough County (1,120 acres).   For a general reserve	
Indeeson, Thomas Gommersell—
12th Jan., 1847.   By Earl of Carthcart, Governor.   Parts of Lots 5 and 6,
including street allowances,  Con. 1, south of the road, Tyendenaga
Township, Hastings County.   For Mohawk Indians	
12th Feb., 1848.   By William Osborne.   Parts of Lots 5 and 6, Front Con.,
Rama Township, Ontario County.   For Chippewa Indians	
8th Nov., 1850.   Parts of Lots 5 and 5 including street allowances, Con. 1,
south of the road, Tyendenaga  Township, Hastings County.   For|
'   Mohawk Indians 	
Anglesea Township, Addington County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Thel
Township    	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Anson Township, Haliburton County—
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa  Indians.     Provisional . surrender.    Th<
Township   	
AXSTBUTHER TOWNSHIP, PETERBOROUGH   COUNTY—
5th Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.'   Provisional surrender.     The
Township	
Arch Culvert, Truro Township, Colchester County, N.S.—
-   See " Truro Township."
Archibald Township, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.    By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.	
Arnold, John—
4th Jan., 1843.   Lot 10, Con. 1, Lots 9 and 10, Front Con., Southwoldl
Township, Elgin County t	
No.    j   Paj
216
215
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195
236
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10 A—(Continued.)
a Township, Grey County—
Oct., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.
Ashby Township, Addington County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Iudians.   Pro'
Township   	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Coi
al surrender.   Part of
story surrencier.'' The
27*
nal surrender.   Part of
Ashfield Township, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.     By Chippewa Indians.   ]
Township	
10th July, 1827.    Bv Chippewa Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.    Part
of Township.	
* Asphodel Township, Peterborough County—
5th  Nov.,   1818.   By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.    The
Township	
Assxntboia Distict, N.W.T.—
15th May, 1888.   Certificate of title by Registrar.   North i of Section 28,
Township 17, Range 20, West of 2nd Principal Meridian	
See also " Treaties Nos. 2, 4, 6 and 7."
Asstnibolne Indians—
See " Stony Indians."
Assiniboine River, Manitoba—
Part of Township	
Awebes Towxship, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indian
B.
Baby, Charles-
9th Oct, 1840.   Lot 20, Com C, Delaware Township, Middlesex County.
For Oneida Indians	
2nd June, 1844.    Lot 22 and broken front of 17, Con. C, Lot 17, Com D,
Delaware Township, Middlesex Countv.    For Oneida Indians	
20th Dec, 1848.   Lot 22 and east h of 21, Con. B, Delaware Township,
Middlesex County.   For Oneida Indians	
Baby, Hon. James—
18th May, 1831. By John Johnson Glaus, Warren Claus and Catherine
Claus. Part of Moulton Township, Haldiinand County (30,800 acres).
Fvr Six Nation Indians	
6th June, 1831. By John Johnson Claus. Lots 12, 15 and 18, Con. 4,
Lots 13,14,15, 16, 18 and 25, Com 5, Lots 14, 15, 17,18 and 19, Con. 6,
East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County. For Six Nation
Indians '.	
6th June, 183L By John Johnson Claus. Lots 16, 18, 19, 21 md south h\
of 14, Com 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe County. For 'Six Nation
Indians	
6th June, 183L By Catherine Clau?. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20, Con.
3, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County. For Six Nation
Indians	
91(A)
Bv
r, Willi.
Dela
44.    Lot 22 and broken front of 17, Con. C, Loi
e Township, Middlesex County.   For Oneida Inc
Confirmatory surrende
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34
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i'lndi
To Lt. Gov.'Head.
To Hon."William B—(Continued.)
Barrie Township, Frontenac County— ;   ■.,■•■   , ,       „..   !
31st May, 1819.    By Mississagua Indians.    Provisional surrender.    Tne
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.    The
Township    •	
Barton Township, Wentworth County—
7th Dec., 1792.    By Mississagua Indians.    The Township.    To Lt. Gov.
Simcoe  :
Provisional
?nder.   The
Bathurst Township, Lanark County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indis
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township   	
Bayham Township, Elgin County—
7th Dec, 1792. By Mississagua Indians. The Township. To Lt. Gov.
Simcoe	
Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario—
19th June, 1856.    By Mississagua Indians.    Islands  i
See also " Big Island " and " Thurlow " and " Tyendenaga" Townships.
Beckwith Township, Lanark County—
31st May,  1819.    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.    The
Township	
9th May,  1820.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.    Part of
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Bedford Towship, Frontenac County—
25th May, 1836. By Mississagua Indians. Lots IS, 19, 2U, 22, 23, 24, 25
and 26 on Wolfe Lake, Con. 9 ; Lots IS, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26 and 28,
Con. 10 ; Lots 22, 23 and 24, Con. 11 |
Belly River, Alberta Disprict, N.W.T.—
See "Alberta District."
Belmont Township, Peterborough County—
Sth Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indi*
Township	
Provisional surrender.     The
Bennett, Frederick—
30th Apr., 1SS1.   Part of Lot 105, Group 1,  Section 34,  Township 35,:
Osooyos Division, Yale District, B.C., (5^ acres) '
Bennett, Preston—
30th Apr., 1881.   Part of Lot 105,  Group 1, Section 34, Township &5,'
Osooyos Division, Yale District, B.C, (5i acres) !
Bethune, Rev. Alexander —
19th Apr.,  1834.    By Lt. Gov. Colborne.  Part of Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County, (1,120 acres).    For a general reserve	
Bethune, Robert Henry—
28th Jan., 1881.   Part of
acres).   To Hon. Air
mabee Township, Peterborough County, (1,120
]•:. Botsford, James Hall, James Merer and
For New England C< unpany ". j
Bexley Township, Victoria County—
Sth   Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indi
Biddulph Township, Middlesex County
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Inc
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa, India
Township	
Bio Island, Bay of Quintk-
18th Nov., 1833.   By Mississs B—(Continued.)
Bird or Hen and Chickens Islands, near Mouth of Detroit River, Lake)
Erie—
20th Jan., 1870.   By Chippewa, Pottawattamie and Ottawa Indians	
Bird Tail Creek, Marquette County, Man.—
See "Manitoba."
Bibrell, George—
^5th July, 1883. By Chippewa Indians. Consent to shooting license ovei
reserve in Caradoc Township, Middlesex County	
BiACKFOOT Indians—
22nd Sep., 1877.   Treaty No. 7.   Parts of Assiniboia and Alberta Districts,
N.W.T	
4th Dec, 1877.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 7    	
7th Feb., 1884.   Old reserve on Bow, South Saskatchewan and Red Deer
Rivers, Alberta District .N.W.T.	
11th Oct, 1887.    Coal and mining privileges on Blackf oot reserve on Bow
River, Alberta District N.W.T :...
Blanshard Township, Perth County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The|
Township	
10th July, .1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Bltthfield Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819.    Bv Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The]
Township "	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The)
Township   	
Blood Indians—
22nd Sep., 1877. Treaty No. 7. Parts of Assiniboia and Alberta Districts,
N.W.T   • "    	
1st Feb., 1884. Old reserve on Bow, South Saskatchewan and Red Deer
Rivers, Alberta District, N.W.T	
29th Apr., 1885. By David James Cochrane. Sixty-two acres in Blood
reserve on Belly and St. Mary Rivers, Alberta District. N.W.T......
9th Sep., 1886. Excepting from Blood reserve north west £ of Section 3,
Township 8, Range 22, West of 4th Principal Meridian, Alberta District, N.W.T., instead of north east J of said'Section	
Boat Harbour, Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S.
See "Egerton Township."
Bols Blanc Island, Detroit Rdter—
15th May, 1786.   By Chippewa and Ottawa Indians	
Bosanquet Township, Lambton County—
26th Apr., 1825.     By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By  Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township.... ]
27th Sep., 1855.   By Chippewa Indions.    Lot 27, Com 6 |
6th Nov., 1862.   By Chippewa Indians.   Timber in part of Township	
10th July, 1885.   By Chippewa Indians.   Timber at Kettle Point and at
Stony Point      -.	
Botsford, Hon. Amos Edwin—
28th Jam, 1881. By Robert Henry Bethune and Rev. Edward Riddell
Roberts. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough. County (1,120
acre?).    For New England Company 	
6th July, 1888. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (l,120j
acres)	
Boulton, George Strange-
10th Mar., 1836. Lot 7, Con. 2, Alnwick Township, Northumberland!
County. To Hon. John Henry Dunn, Horn George Herchmer Mark-
land and William Hepburn.   For Mississagua Indians.  	
17th May, 1842. Lot 13, Con. 1, Alnwick Township, Northumberland
County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis.   For Mississagua Indians	
3rd  Aug.,  1842.   Lot 18, Com 1,  Alnwick Township,  Northumberland
County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis.   For Mississagua Indians	
^ 12th July, 1843. Lot 6, Con. 2, Alnwick Township, Northumberland
County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis.   For Mississagua Indians	
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i Brantford Township, Brant County—
25th Oct, 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
ft     7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt. Gov.j
Simcoe    • • j
14fti Jan., 1793.   Grant by Lt.  Gov. Simcoe.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
19th Apr., 1830.   By Six Nation Indians.   Part of City of Brantford (807
acres)	
2nd Apr., 1835.   By Six Nation Indians.   Part of Township (48,000 acr
British Columbia— *
30th Apr., 1881.   By Preston.Bennett, Mosses Lumby and Frederick Ben-!
nett   Part of Lot 105, Group 1, Section 34, Township 35, Osooyos
Division, Yale District (5£ acres)   	
29th June, 1888. By Cowichan Indians. Five acres in Quamichan District.
To be leased to Salt Spring Island Agricultural Society I
14th March, 1890.   By Capalano Band of Indians. Mining rights on Capa-j
lano reserve, near First Narrows, Burrard-Inlet j
leases granted by
Brock, Sargeant B.—
13th June, 1874. By Algonquin Indians. Four acres of Lot 4, Desert
River Front, Maniwaki Township, Ottawa County. To be leased for]
steam saw-mill	
Bromley Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819. By Mississagua Indians. Provisional surrender. TheTown-j
ship    ,  !
28th Nov., 1822. By Mississagua Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The
Township	
Provisional surrender.   Part of
Brooke Township, Lambton County—
9th Mar., 1819.    By Chippewa Ind
Township	
9th May, 1820.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of I
Township	
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township	
26th Apr., 18-25.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of]
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of |
Township _	
Bruce, Hon. Robert—
6th Mar., 1851. By William Charles Hume. Part of Lot 2, Clergy reserve,
Con. 1, North Orillia Towuship, Simcoe County (20 acres 50 perches).
For Chippewa Indians	
4th Feb., 1852. Part of Lot 2, Clergy reserve, Con. 1, North Orillia Township, Simcoe County (20 acres 50 perches).   For Chippewa Indians ...
BucTOucHE River, Kent County, N.B.—
Sec "St Mary's" and "Wellington" Townships.
Buller. Charles George—
8th Feb., 1839. Lots 4 and 5, South Con., Otonabee Township, Peterborough County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis.   For Mississagua Indians.
Burford Township, Brant County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt. Gov.
Burleigh Township, Peterborough County-
5th Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians.   Pr<
ship...        ....   	
evI surrender. The Town-
Page.
3
5
4
9
30
40
76
48
182 91 II
258 240-j        II
279 277 i        II
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25
29 c.
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Caistob Township, Lincoln County—
7th Dec, 1792.    By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt Gov
Simcoe	
3
5
I
Caldwell Road, Dartmouth Township, Halifax County, N.S.—
See " Dartmouth Township."
Caledon Township, Peel County—
28th Oct, 1818.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
19
47
I
Cambridge, King's County, N.S.—
19th Feb., 1880.   By Albert A Webster.   Nine acres and three-quarters.
173
77
II
Camden Town-ship, Kent County—
•
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township except the Gore	
2
1
I
9th Mar., 1819.    By Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional surrender.    Gore
of Township ;	
21
49
I
9th May, 1820.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Gore of
Township .•	
280J
281
II
8th July, 1822.    By Chippewa Indians.*   Confirmatory surrender.    Gore of
Township ."	
25
' •   58
I
Cameron, John—
1st May, 1884.   South-east $ of Section 35, Township 16, Range 19, West
of 1st Principal Meridian, Manitoba	
212
149
II
Campbell, George, Tbusiee of Estate of John P. GoRston—
4th Dec, 1836.   Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert, Truro Township, Col
chester County, N.S.    To John Waller, Jr.	
247
" 216
n
Canada Company—
m
1st Mar., 1836.    Lot   9,   Com 10, Otonabee   Township,   Peterborough
County.    To James Givins 	
43
107
i
8th Nov., 184L   Lot 15, Con.   2, Alnwick Township, Northumberland
'    Countv.   For Mississagua Indians	
118
274
i
12th Mar.," 1842.   Lots 21 and 22   Con. G, Delaware Township, Middlesex
County.   For Oneida Indians	
234
191
n
5th  Dec, 1870.   Lot 11, Com 1, Alnwick Township, Northumberland
County.   For Mississagua Indians   	
138
324
i
Canada Southern- Hallway Company—   "
17th Jan., 1872.   By Oneida Indians.   Right of way.   Parts of Lots 19
trVj of an acre) and 20 (5W5 acres), Con. A, parts of Lots 20 (Sf^ acres)
and 21 (lf^ acres), Com B, parts of Lots 21 (7^fr acres) and 22 (3^
acres), Com C, and parts of Lots 22 (2^ acres) and 23 (6 acres), Con.
D, Delaware Township, Middlesex County	
127
296
i
18th Jam, 1872.   By Chippewa Indiana.   Right of way.   Part of Lots 3
-   (3rW acres). 4 (5^n» acres) and 5 (2^ acres), Range 2, parts of Lots 5
~__ 'J&^-
(2rih acres), 6 {ofijfc acres), 7 ipt^r, acres) and 8 (jf^ of an acre), Range
3, parts of Lots 8 (4^ acres), 9 (5t$r acres) and 10 (l$i acres), Range
4, and part of Lot 11 (6rVu acres), Range 5, Caradoc Township, Mid
dlesex County	
126
294
i
30th Jam, 1882.   By Chippewa Indians.   Right of way through Lewis
Township, Algoma District	
192
- 113
ii
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
t-C Nation Indians	
106
; 251
i
* 7th Dec. 1792.    By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.    To Lt. Gov.
Simcoe
3
5
i
14th Jam, 1793.   Grant by Lt. Gov. Simcoe    The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians   	
4
10
9
25
i
5th Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
i
8th Feb., 1834.    By Six Nation Indians.   Part of Township	
38
91
i
21st Feb., 1840.   Bv Six Nation Indians.   One hundred acres.   For Aaron
Helmer. 	
193
115
ii
Canonto Township, North, Frontenac County—
31st May, 1*19.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township	
27
62
i
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confinnatorv surrender.  Part
of Township  	
&i
63
i 0—(Continued.)
Canonto Township, South, Frontenac County-
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township •   ■■■
28th Nov., 1822.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.    Th<
Township	
Capalano Creek, near First Narrows, Burrard Inlet, B.C.—.
14th Mar., 1890.   By the Band.    Mining rights on reserve	
Cape Hurd Islands, north of Saugeen Peninsula, Lake Huron—
7th Oct., 1885.   By Chippewa Indians	
Caradoc Township, Middlesex County—
9th Mar., 1819.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender. Part of|
* Township         	
9th May, 1820.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender. Part of
Township •• •
8th July, 1822.    By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township  	
5th Feb., 1834.   By Chippewa Indians.   Parts of Lots 10 to 16 inclusive,
Ranges 2, 3 and 4     	
13th Feb., 1840. By Chippewa Indians. Four acres. For an Indian industrial school to be erected by Methodist Church -.
13th Feb., 1849.   By Chippewa Indians.   Two hundred acres.   For use in
connection with Indian industrial school to be erected by Methodist
Church....
13th Feb., 1849.   By Chippewa Indians.   Ten acres for Church of England)
parsonage and fifty-eight and a half acres for a school
13th Feb., 1849.   By Chippewa Indians.   Four.acres for Church of England
• church and burial ground.	
26th Sep., 1862.   By Chippewa and Munsee Indians.   Timber on part of
Township	
18th Jan., 1872. By Chippewa Indians. Right of way of Canada Southern
Railway. Parts of Lots 3 (3t^j acres), 4 (5&% acres) and 5 (2£fo acres),
Range 2, parts of Lots 5 (2^ acres), 6 (5,\& acres), 7 (5^ acres) and
8 (tBh of an acre), Range 3, parts of Lots 8 (4^ acres), 9 (5/\& acres)|
and 10 (l^fo acres), Range 4, and part of Lot 11 (6^ acres.), Range 5..
31st Aug., 1876. By Chippewa Indians. One acre of Lot 8, Range 4. To!
be leased for church purposes   '
6th Oct., 1881.   Bv Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.  Tobeleased..
21st Dec, 1882.   By Chippewa Indians.  Part of Township.  To be leaded.. j
25th July, 18$3. By < 'hippewa Indians. Consent to license being granted;
to George Birrell and others to shoot c
28th Sep., 1883.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.   Tobeleased.
29th Sep., 1885.   By Chippewa Indians.    North £ of Lot 12, Ran
To be leased..
31st July, 1889.   By Chippewa Indians.   Lot 9, Range 6.   To be leased... [
Carden Township, Victoria County—
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa   Indians.    Provisional   surrender.    The|
Township ;    ...
Cardiff Township, Haliburton County-
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians
Township ;
Provisional surrender.   Part of]
:>nal suirender.
Th(
Cariboux Island, between Lake3 Huron and Supebior-
See "St. Joseph Island."
Cartwright,-Township, Durham County—
5th Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.
Township	
3rd Nov., 1843.   By James Henderson.   Lots 6 and 7, Con. 11; Lots 7 and
8, Com 12.   For Mississagua India
Casgrain, Hon. Charles E.
" ~jp., 1841.   Lot 20
>ken fronts, Delaware Township, Middlesex County.    For Oi
14th Sep., 1841.   Lot 20 and West i of 21, Con. B, Lot 16, Con. D, with'
broken
Cashel Township, Hastings County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The;
28th Nov., 1822."" By M^lssagua Indians.!' Confirmatory 'surrender.'' The
Township	
No.
Page.
27
62
27i
63
279
277
222
165
1    *
49
280^
181
25
58
37
90
58£b
143
5%
144
58M
145
58ie
146
95
238
126
294
154
184
200
30
94
125
205
210
139
•    146
220
274
162
267
20
48
20
48
20
•1
52
124
|      229
.177
27
62
1        27i
63! 0—(Continued.)
Cathcart. Ea
11th Julv,
Hasi
12th Jan
c Nation Indians.   Pt
Jon. 1, south of the
its of Lo
x»ad, Ty<
nd 6, including!
aga Township,!
f Lots 5 and 6, including street allowances. Com 1
rendenaga Township, Hastings Countv. Grant tc
mas Gommersell Anderson and Joseph B. Clench.
See " Sault St Louis Parish."
Cavan Township, Durham County-
5th May, 1818.    By Chippewa
Township	
ult St. Louis Parish, Laprairie Couxty-
Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The
Cavendish Township, Peterborough County—
• 5th Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The]
Township	
nship.   To Six)
'"'""Lt. Gov-
Cayuga Townshtp, North, Haldimand County—
25th Oct, 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The T<
. Nation Indians   	
* 7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   T<
Simcoe	
14th Jam, 1793.   Grant by Lt Gov. Simcoe   The Township.   To Six]
Nation Indians	
3rd Aug., 1826.   By Six Nation Indians.   West part of Township (15,360
acres).   To Hon. William Claus	
19th Apr., 183L    By Six Nation Indians.   Part of Township (20,670&|
acres)	
8th Feb., 1834.   Bv Six Nation Indians.   Part of Township	
3rd Dec, 1832.   By Joseph Augustus WoodnuT, Warren Clans, Catherine
Ann Margaret Lyons. Walter Hamilton Dickson, William Stewart and
John Bernard Geale.   West part of Township (15,360 acres).   For Six]
Nation Indians	
Cayuga Town-ship, South, Haldimaxd County
25th Oct, 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt. Gov
Simcoe   	
14th Jam, 1793.   Grant by Lt Gov. Simcoe.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
8th Feb., 1834.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township
Chandos Township, Peterborough County—
Sth Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.
Township	
Provisional surrender.    The
Chablottenburg Township, Glengarry County—
1st June, 1847.   By Iroquois.Indians.   Strip of land between Charlotten-
burg and Cornwall Townships (now included in the former)	
Charlotteville Township, Norfolk County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt. Gov.
Chatham Township, Kent County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott In
dians.   The Township except the Gore     	
7th Sep., 1796.   By Chippewa Indians.   Gore of Township	
Chemung Lax
See "Mud
Lak
Chincuacousj
Tom
Chinguacousi
Tom
l County—
;sagua Indians.
Provisional surrender.   Part of
99
31
106
3
4
38
9
241
12th May, 1741.
kinaw, bet,
IWA Indians-
Michilimakii
reen Lakes Hu
ak or Mackin
on and Michi;
Island, in Straits of Mac- 0—-(Continued.)
ans—Continued.
15th May, 17S6. Anderdon Township and part of West Sandwich, Lamb-
ton Countv; also Bois Blanc Island, Detroit River j
19th May, 1795. Essex County except Anderdon Township and part of |
West Sandwich; Kent Countv except Zone Township and Gores of
Chatham and Camden ; Elgin'County except Bayham Township and
parts of South Dorchester and Malahide; in Middlesex County, Delaware and Westminster Townships and part of North Dorchester	
7th Sep., 1796.    Sombra Township, Lambton County; and Gore of Chat-
* ham Township, Kent County	
7th Sep., 1796. London Township and part of North Dorchester, Middlesex County; part of North Oxford Township, Oxford County .
22nd May, 1793. Parts of Tay and Tiny Townships, Simcoe County, in-
eluding Penetanguishene Harbour and Islands J
30th June, 1798. St Joseph, Cariboux or Payentanassin Island, between'
- Lakes Huron and Superior    	
11th Sep., 1800. Part of Anderdon Township, Essex County (2,412 acres
and a roadwav) j
17th-18th Nov., "1815. Ore and Medonte Townships and parts of
Vespra, Floss, Tiny and Tay, Simcoe County	
j!8th July, 1817. Land on Red'and Assiniboine Rivers, Manitoba (afterwards included in Treaty No. 1).   To Earl of Selkirk j
17th Oct., 1818. Provisionafsurrender. St. Vincent, Euphrasia, Artemesia,
Proton, Collingwood and Osprey Townships, Grey County; West
Luther Township, Wellington County; Dufferin County except East
Garafraxa Township; Nottawasaga,"Sunnidale, Tosorontio, "Adjala,
Tecumseth, West Gwillimburv, Innisfil and Essa ToMTiships and parts
of Vespra and Floss, Simcoe fcounty	
5th Nov., 1818. Provisional surrender. Ryde Township and parts of
Muskoka, Morrison, Draper and Oaklev, Muskoka District; Rama,
Mara and Scugog Townships, Ontario County; all Victoria County;
all Peterborough County ; Cartwright, Manvers and Cavan Townships,
Durham Countv; Anson, Lutterworth, Snowdon and Glamorgan
Townships and'parts of Hindon, Stanhope, Minden, Dysart, Dudley,
Monmouth and Cardiff, Haliburton County; parts of Herschel,
Faraday, Wollaston and Lake Townships, Hastings Countv; South
Monaghan Township and part of Seymour, Northumberland County...
9th Mar., 1819. Provisional surrender. Mosa, Metcalfe, Ekfrid and
Lobo Townships and parts of Caradoc, Adelaide and East Williams,
Middlesex County; Dawn Township and parts of Euphemia, Ennis-
killen," Brooke and Warwick, Lambton County; Zoue Township and
Gore of Camden, Kent County |
9th May, 1820. Provisional surrender. Mosa, Metcalfe, Ekfrid and Lobo
Townships and parts of Caradoc, Adelaide and East Williams, Middlesex Countv ; Dawn Township and parts of Euphemia, Enniskillen,
Brooke and Warwick, Lambton County ; Zone Township and Gore of
Camden, Kent Countv	
Sth July, 1822".   Confirmatory surrender.   Mosa, Metcalfe, Ekfrid, Lobo
. * and Caradoc Townships and parts of Adelaide and East Williams,
Middlesex County; Dawn and Euphemia Townships and parts of Enniskillen, Brooke and Warwick, Lambton County; Zone Township and
* Gore of Camden, Kent County I
26th Apr.. 1825.    Provisional surrender.   Parts of Wilmot and Wellesley
Townships, Waterloo County; Maryborough Township and parts of
Peel and Minto, Wellington County; all Perth County; Usborne,
Stephen, Hay, Stanley, Tuckersmith, McKillop, Grey, Morris, Hulett,!
Goderich and Colborne Townships and parts of Ashfield, East and
West Wawanoshj Turnberry and Howick, Huron County; Bosanquet,
Plympton, Sarnia and Moore Townships and parts of Enniskillen,
Brooke and Warwick," Lambton County; MeGillivrav, Biddulph,
West Williams and West Nissouri Townships and parts of East Williams and Adelaide. Middlesex County; East Nissouri and East a
West Zona Townships, Ox
10th July, 1827. Confirmatory
Townships, Waterloo Cou
Peel and Minto, Welling
Stephen, Hav, Stanley, Tu
Goderich and Colborne Town
West Wa
Plymptot
Brooke and Warwick,   Lai
West Williams and West Nil
liams and Adelaide, Middlesex County; East Nissouri and East and,
West Zorra Townships, Oxford County    |
souriT
x Coun
rs
>s and
t Nis*
Count
render."
Part's
of Wil
: Man-
xirough
Town
County
; all I
erth C
and Wellesley
• McKillop, Grev, Morris, Hulett,
and parts of Ashfield,  East and
ivanosh, Turnberry and Howick, Huron County ; Bosanquet,
| and Moore Townships and parts of EnniskUieii,
Countv;  MeGillivrav,   Biddulph,!
ri Townships and parts of East Wil
6
17
5
15
11
27
12
30
16
42-43
124*
285
1[     I 0—(Continued.)
> inclusive. Ranges 2, 3 and 4, Caradoc
md other islands.   Foi a general reserve.	
d surrender.   High road from Coldwater to
oe in Medonte and North and South Orillia
d east
i of Lot 8,
101
246
aunty
2,675 acres).
53i
128
Chippewa or Ojybbewa Indians—C5
5th Feb., 1834. Parts of Lots 101«
Township, Middlesex Count's
9th Aug., 1836. Manitoul
26th Nov., 1836.   Provis
Narrows of Lake S
Townships, Simcoe C
8th Mar., 1842.    Bv David McColl.   Lot 8, Cor
Com 10, Enniskillen Township, Lambton Cot
18th Aug., 1843. Part of Moore Township, Land
29th Nov., 1843.   Bv Hon. William Benjamin Robinson. Lots 26. 27 and
- 46, Front Com on Lake Coucheching, Lots 15 and 16, Con. 6, and Lot
16, Con. 7, Rama Township, Ontario Countv	
20th Feb., 1845. By Samuel Peters Jarvis. Lots 5, 6, 9, 10,17, 32 and parts
of Lots 7, 8 and 16, Front Con., Lot 25, Com 1, Lot 25 and parts of
23 and 24, Com 2, Lots 19 and 25, Con. 3, Lots 19 and 20, Con. 4^ and
parts of Lots 19 and 20, Com 5, Rama Township, Ontario County.    ..[
18th Jam, 184S. Lot 5 and north l of 4, Con. 4, Anderdon Township, Essex]
County "  !
18th Jam, 1848.   Lot 5, Com 4, Anderdon Township, Essex Countv	
12th Feb., 1848. By William Osborne. Parts of Lots 5 and 6, Front Con.,
Rama Township, Ontario Countv  !
13th Feb., 1849. Four acres of Caradoc Township, Middlesex County. For
an Indian industrial school to be erected bv Methodist Church	
13th Feb., 1849. Two hundred acres of Caradoc Township, Middlesex County. -
g§§ For use in connection with an Indian industrial school to be erected by'
": Methodist Church	
1 13th Feb., 1849. Part of Caradoc Township. Middlesex County. Ten acres
for a Church of England parsonage, and 57^ acres for a school   ...
13th Feb., 1849. Four acres of Caradoc Township, Middlesex County. For
a Church of England church and burying ground	
7th Sep.. 1850. North shore of Lake Superior, including islands, from'
Batchewanaung Bay to Pigeon River and inland to height of land,
- except reserves mentioned, Algoma and Thunder Bay Districts..
9th Sep., 1850.    Eastern and northern shores of Lake" Huron, including;
islands, from Penetanguishene to Batchewanaung Bay and inland toj
V- .. height of land, except reserves mentioned, Muskoka, Parry Sound,
11   Nipissing and Algoma Districts    .- '
«th Mar., 185L By William Charles Hume. Part of Lot 2, Clergy reserve,
Con. 1, North Orillia Township, Simcoe Countv (20 acres 50 perches)..
4th Feb., 1852. By Horn Robert Bruce Part of Lot 2, Clergy reserve, Com!
1, North Orillia Township. Simcoe County (20 acres 50 perches).  . j
17th June, 1852. Part of Lot 2, First Com, North Orillia Township, Simcoe-
County (20 acres 50 perches)  I
28th July, 1852.   Eighty acres of Sarnia Township, Lambton County	
25tb Aug., 1852.    Part of Town of Sarnia, Sarnia Township, Lambton;
County (189 acres)	
10th May, 1854.   Right of way of Great Western Railway through Sarnia:
Township, Lambton County (24i acres) I
13th Oct, 1854. St. Edmunds, Lindsay and Eastnor Townships and parts
11 of Albemarle and Amabel, Bruce County ; part of Keppel Township,
Grey County	
10th Apr., 1855.   One mile square at Gros Cap, near Michipicoton River,
north shore of Lake Superior, on boundary between Algoma and!
Thunder Bay Districts.....  ..".     j
5th June, 1856.   Four islands in Lake Simcoe, Pumpkin Island in Lake
Coucheching, and islands in Georgian Bay except Christian Islands.."..
16th Jam, 1857. Grant of Indian reserve at Colpoys Bay, near Wiarton,!
■I Keppel Township, Grey County (6,000 acres).   To Indians residing on!
t*?' -iwerve  i
1857.   Stag Island, St Clair River. To be granted to David
Page.
90
112
19th Jan
McCoDL„
9th Feb., 1857.   San
21st July, 1857.   Pea
21st July, 1857.   Kes
9th June, 1859.    Hen
Dennis and Penn
Tupper and Archibald, Alg
ik Townshi
Island, De
Laird, Macdonald and Meredith Townships and lai
md Garden River, Algoma District, also Squirrel  Island'
10th June,
;    Echo Lake
in Lake Ge
11th June, 1859.   Thessalon River Township, Algoma District I
5th July, 1859.    Part of Neebing Township, Thunder Bay District (5,000
16th Aug., 1861.   Part of Keppel Township, (
-Cou
v (6,000 a
sk.
54
129
66}
96
160
238
58
138
58Jb
143
58^c
144
58W
145
5Sie
146
60
147
61
149
Wh
161
66J
165
66-66J
68|
159-167
176
69
177
7U
193
E>, Grey Countv	
roit River....".	
lo Menesha Island, St. Clair River	
illey, Haldimand, Ley, Kars, Fenwick,!
hips and parts of A weres, Vankoughnet I
Disf *
199
203 !
211 j
-213
91 (A)
91(B)
91 (C)
232 !
233 I C—(Continued.)
Chippewa or Ojibbewa Indians— Continued.
26th Sep., 1862. Timber on part of Caradoc Township, Middlesex Com .
6th Oct, 1862.    Manitoulin Island except reserves mentioned ; also Barne
and Cockburn Islands.   To Hon. William McDougall	
6th Nov., 1862.   Timber |n parts of Sarnia and Bosanquet Townships,
Lambton Countv	
16th Aug., 1865.   Parts of Cobden and Thompson Townships, Algoma
District -	
19th Aug., 1865.   Land on Whitefish River, northern shore of Lake Huron,
Algoma District	
26th June, 1866. Part of Christian Island, Georgian Bay (25J acres of south
east point)	
13th Dec, 1866.   Part of Sarnia Township, adjoining Town of Sarnia,
Lambton County (750 acres)	
9th July, 1867.   A block of land on Peltier River, near Garden River,
Algoma District.   For a grist mill to be erected by Jesuits
7th July, —
, 1868.  By Lord Monck, Governor General.   Declaration of Trust
A block of land on Peltier River, near Garden River, Algoma District.
For a grist mill to be erected by Jesuits.	
14th Aug., 1868.   Timber on reserve on north shore of Lake Nipissing,
Nipissing District	
17th May, 1869.   Timber on part of Wallbridge Township, Parry Sound]
District (11,520 acres), also land for saw-mill	
20th Jam, 1870.   Middle Sister Island, Hen and Chickens or Bird Islands,
North Harbour Island, East Sister Island and Middle Island, near
mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie	
Sth May, 1871.   West part of Lot 51, and  water  lot, Front Range, St.
Clair River, Sarnia Township, Lambton County (23 acres)..  	
3rd Aug., 1871.   Treaty No. 1.   Part of Manitoba.   To Wemyss M. Simpson	
21st Aug., 1871.   Treaty No. 2. Parts of Manitoba and Assiniboia District.
To Wemvss M. Simpson	
24th Sep,, 1871.   Timber on Parrv Island, Parry Sound District	
18th Jan., 1872  Right of way of Canada Southern Railway. Parts of Lots|
3 (3^ acres), 4 (5 -£?* acres) and 5 (2 -ftV acres), Range 2, parts of Lots
5 (2t-£j acres), 6 (Sj^iV acres), 7 (5TVo acres) and 8(^7 of an acre), Range3,
parts of Lots 8 (4fVif acres), 9 (5^fff acres) and 10 (lffc acres), Range 5,
Caradoc Township, Middlesex County	
17th Jan., 1872.    Lot in Chinguacouse Town plot, Garden River, Algoma
District.    To be sold to McRae, Craig & Co. for a saw-mill	
1st May, 1872.   Fifteen acres of Sarnia Township, Lambton County	
20th May, 1873.    Lots 15 south and north of Milton Street and south and
north of  Prince Street,  Chinguacouse  Town   plot,  Garden   River,
Algoma District.   For Church of England mission	
3rd Oct., 1873.   Treaty No. 3.   Parts of Manitoba and Thunder Bay,
Rainy River and Keewatin Districts.   To Lt. Gov. Moms	
13th Oct, 1S73.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 3 !
"  l£th Sep, 1874.   Treaty No. 4.   Parts of Manitoba and Assiniboia and
Saskatchewan Districts.   To Lt. Gov. Morris	
21st Sep., 1874.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4.	
25th Nov., 1874.   Twelve hundred acres on Garden River, Algbma District.
14th Jan., 1875.   Lots 35 to 50 inclusive, Front Range, Sarnia Township,
Lambton Countv  	
17th June, 1875.   Grassy Bend Marsh on Walpole Island, also Squine
Island, Lake St. Clair.    For shooting purposes	
7th Aug., 1875.   Lots 236 to 246 inclusive, east side of Red River, south
end of St. Peters Parish, Manitoba	
23rd Aug., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment to Treaties Nos. 1 and 2.- .
23rd-28th Aug., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment to Treaties Nos. 1 and 2
26th Aug., 1875.   Right  of May of Northern Railway.   Parts of certain
Lots in Front Range on Lake Coucheching, Rama Township, Ontario!
Countv   	
8th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment to Treaties Nos. 1 and 2	
8th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
9th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty   No. 4	
20th-24th Sept., 1875. Treaty No. 5. Parts of Manitoba and Keewatin and
'    SaskatcheM-an Districts	
24th Sep., 1874.    Adhesion to Treaty No. 4 •.	
10th Feb. 1876.   Part of Lot 16, Con. 6, Rama ToMiiship, Ontario County,
(116acres)	
26th July, 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5	
4th Aug., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5	
24th Aug., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
31st Aug.. 1876. One acre of Lot 8, Range 4, Caradoc ToM-nship, Middlesex
County.   To be leased for church purposes	
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r on Lake Coucheching, Rama
i River" Aigoma District."' Foi
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Part of Lot 16, Con. 3,
for Chippewa Indians..
-capou's reserve, east of j
	
ta District (2,000 acres),
lip, Middlesex County.
Chippewa or Ojibbewa Indians—Conclui
18th Jan., 1877.    Parts of Lots 16 a
Township, Ontario Countv	
15th Nov., 1877.    Strip of land near G
a public road 	
21st Dec, 1877.   By Ontario Government.   Lota
wanaga Township, Parrv Sound District Foi
20th Mar., 1879.   By David" and James Johnson.
Sarawak Township, Grey Countv. Graveyard
7th Mar., 1881.   Thirty square miles of Wa-wa-s*
Bird Tail Creek, Marquette Countv, Manitoba
27th July, 1SS1. Part of Cobden Township, Algot
6th Oct, 1881.    Certain Lots in Caradoc Townsl
.     Tobeleased        : ..I
30th Jam, 1882.   Right of way of Canadian Pacific Railway over Serpent
River and through Lewis Township. Algoma District	
•6th Sep., 1882.     Three hundred acres near Garden River, Algoma District
21st Dec, 1882.   Certain lots in Caradoc Township, Middlesex County.
Tobeleased  |
31st May, 1883.   Timber on reserve at Point Grondine, south of Humboldt
Township, north shore of Lake Huron, Algoma District, near boundary
of Nipissing District I
■25th Jury, 1883.   Consent to license being granted to George Birrell and
others to shoot over part of Caradoc Township, Middlesex Countv	
38th Sep., 1883.   Certain Lots in Caradoc Township, Middlesex County.
Tobeleased   ...
28th Dec, 1883. " Land on Wajpole Island, Lake St Clair.   To be leased to]
George Tennant for mill and dock purposes.	
14th Jam, 1885.   White Cloud Island in Colpov's Bav, Georgian Bay.	
17th Jam, 1885.   White Cloud Island in Colpov's Bay, Georgian Bay	
6th May, 1885.   Quarter of an acre of Lot 5, Range 5, Sarnia Township,
Lambton County.   To be leased to Moore Township Corporation fori
gravel pit	
10th Julv, 1885.   Timber at Kettle Point and at Stony Point, Bosanquet
ToWnship, Lambton Countv.        * "	
14th Sep., 1885.   Quarter of an* acre of Lot 7, Front Range, Rama Township, Ontario County	
57th Sep., 1885.   Lot 27, Con. 6, Bosanquet Township, Lambton County.
29th Sep., 1885.   North I of Lot 12, Range 2, Caradoc Township. Middlesex County.   To be Teased I
'7th Oct, -1885.   Saugeen Fishing Islands and Cape Hurd Islands, Lake
Huron	
15th Oct, 1885.   Saugeen Fishing Islands and Cape Hurd Islands, Lake
Huron •.	
4th Nov., 1885.   Horse Island, Lake Coucheching	
Sth July, 1886.   Sixteen acres of Griffith's Island, Colpov's Bay, Georgian
18th July," 1886.* * Sixteen acres of Griffith's" Island. Colpov's Bay," Georgian
Bay : " "	
I    8th Oct., 1886.   Sultana Island, Lake of the Woods. Rainy River District.
57th Apr., 1887.   One hundred acres near Garden River, Algoma District.
7  For export of marble 	
14th May, 1887.   By Synod of Diocese of Rupert's Land:   Lots 25, 82,168,
and 282 less 45 acres, St Peters Parish, Lisgar County, Manitoba	
-Sth Jam, 1888.   Marshes on south part of Walpole Island, Lake St. Clair
(4,000 acres).   To be leased for shooting grounds	
29th Aug, 1888.   Township 3, Range 4, east of 1st Principal Meridian,
Manitoba I
27th Dec; 1888.   Heron Island, Lake Coucheching.	
4th June, 1889.   Right of way of Erie & Huron Railway through   Sarriia
Township, Lambton Countv, (18££; acres)	
4th June, 1889. Parts of Lots 13," Ranges 2 and 3, Sarnia Township, Lambton
County I
6th June, 1889.   Part of Reserve "38 B," near Rat Portage, Lake of the
Woods, Rainy River District (2,983 acres\	
31st July, 1889.   Lot 9, Range 6, Caradoc Township, Middlesex County.
« Tobeleased I
Christian Island, Georgian Bat, Lake Huron—
26th June, 1866.   By Chippewa Indians.   Twenty-five acres and three
quarters on south east point	
Clarendon Township, Feontenac County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mibsissagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822. By Mississagua Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The
Township *. I
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209
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242
219
266
220
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221
225
261
243
224
248
259
264
271
272
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18th May, 1831.   Part of Moulton ToM-nship, Haldima
acres).    To Hon. James Baby, Hon.   John Henry Du;
Claus, Catheru...
14th Nov., 1809!   Grant by Lt. Gov. Gore.   Lots 13, 14, 15,16, 18 and 20,
Con. 3, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County
6th June, 1831.   Lots 13, 14, 15,16, 18 and 20, Con. 3, East Hawkesbury
Township, Prescott County.   To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry
|     Dunn and Hon. George Herchmer Markland. For Six Nation Indians
Claus, John Johnson—
nd County (30,800
and Hon.
i Herchmer Markland. " For Six Nation Indians
6th June,"l831. Lots 12, 15 and 18, Con. 4, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 25,
Con. 5, Lots 14, 15, 17, 18 and 19. Con 6, East Hawkesbury Township,
Prescott County. To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry Dunn, and
Hon. George Herchmer Markland. For Six Nation Indian
6th June, 1831. Lots 16, 18, 19, 21, and south i of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil
Township, Simcoe Countv. To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry
Dunn and Hon. George Herchmer Markland. For Six Nation Indians.
Claus, Warren-
18th May, 1831. Part of Moulton Township. Haldimand County (30.800
acres). To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry Dunn, and Hon.
George Herchmer Markland    For Six Nation Indians	
3rd Dec, 1852. Lots 16,18, 19 and 21, and south J of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil
Township. Simcoe County ; Lots 13, 14, 15, 16,18 and 20, Con. 3; Lots
12,15 and 18, Con. 4, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16. 18 and 25, Con. 5, Lots 14,
15,17,18 and 19, Con. 6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County;
also westpart of North Cayuga Township, Haldimand County (15,360
acres).    For Six Nation Indians.   ...
Claus, Hon. William—
14th Oct., 1822.   Grant by Lt. Go
Maitland.   Lots 16, 18, 19 and 21.
Con. 4, Innisfil ToM-nship, Simcoe County.
nt by Lt Gov, Maitland.   Lots 14, 15,
i, 19, 24,
Com 5,
MTiship,
12th Apr., 1826.
25 and 26, Con. 4, Lots 13,14, 15, 16,18, 20, 21,
Lots 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 and 21, Con. 6, East Hawkesbury To
Prescott Countv	
3rd Aug., 1826.    Bv Six Nation Indians.    West part of North Cayuga
Township, Haldimand County (15,360 acres)	
See also "Catherine Claus," "John Johnson Claus " and "Warren Claus,"
executrix and executors of Son. William Claus.
Clench, Joseph B.—
12th Jan., 1847.    By Earl of Cathcart, Governor.    Parts of Lots 5 and 6,
• including street allowances, Con. 1, south of the road, Tyendenaga
Township, Hastings County.   For Mohawk Indians	
8th Nov., 1850.   Parts of Lots 5 and 6, including street allowances, Con. lv
south of the road, Tyendenaga Township,  Hastings County.   For
Mohawk Indians ,
Clinton Township, Lincoln County—
7th Dec, 1792.    By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt. G
* Simcoe     .
Cobden Township, Algoma District—
16th Aug., 1865.   By ChippeMa Indian
27th July, 1881.   By Chippewa Indian
Part of ToM-nship..
Two thousand acres
Cochrane, David James—
29th Apr., 1885.   Sixty-two acres in Blood reserve on Belly and St. Mary
Rivers, Alberta District, N.W.T     ....
Cockburn Island, Lake Huron—
9th Aug., 1836.   By Chippewa and Ottawa Indians.   To Lt Gov. Head.
For a general reserve	
6th Oct, 1862.   By Chippewa and OttaM-a Indians.   To Hon. William
McDougall •.	
Colborne, Sir John, Lieutenant Governor—
19th Apr., 1834. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (1,120
acres). Grant to Rev. Richard Scott, Rev. Alexander Bethune, Charles
Anderson, Charles Rubidge and Hon. George Herchmer Markland.
For a general reserve   .
Colborne Township, Huron County—
26th Apr.,  1825.    By ChippeMa Indians.
Township.	
Provisional surrender.   Th<
15
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3
103
185
74 197
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Colborne Township, Huron Coi
10th July, 1827.   By Chippy
Township	
I Colchester Townsh
19th Mav, 1790.
Indians.   Th
idtd.
Conf
p, North, Essex County—
Bv Chippewa, Ottawa, Porta1
\ Township	
Colchester Township, South, Essex County—
19th Mav, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pott
Indians.   The Township	
jattamie and. Wyandott)
Colerainf. Township, Megaxtic Countt-
14th Feb., 1882.   By Abenakis Indians
and 13	
COLLTXGWOOD TOW
17th Oct, 18K
Township..
Lots 1 to 8 inclusive, Ranges 12
hip, Grey County—
By Chippewa Indiai
Provisional surrender.    The
Cotpor's Bay, Georgian Bay, Lake Huron—
Set " Griffith's Island " and " White Cloud Island."
Coucheching Lake—
Sec " Lake Coucheching."
Cowichan Indians—
29th June, 1888.   Five acres in Quamichan District British Columbia.   To|
be leased to Salt Spring Island Agricultural Society	
Credit River—
See "Toronto," "Chinguacousy " a
id " Caledon " Townships.
rs,Mai
i (after
Wem
ss M. Simpsonj
Assiniboia and
Ceee or Killistlne Indians—
18th July, 1817.   Land on Red and Assiniboine
wards included in Treaty No. 1). To Earl of
3rd Aug., 1871. Treaty No. 1. Part of Manitoba.
15th Sep., 1874.   Treaty No. 4.   Parts of Manii
Saskatchewan Districts.   To Lt. Gov. Morris 	
23rd Aug., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment to Treaty No. 1	
23rd-28th Aug., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment to Treaty No. 1	
Sth Sep., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment to Treaty No. 1.	
8th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4 .*	
9th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4 ,	
20th-24th Sept., 1875.   Treaty No." 5.   Parts of Manitoba and Keewati:
and Saskatchewan Districts.	
24th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
23rd-28th Aug. and 9th Sep., 1876.    Treaty No. 6.     Parts  of  Assini
boia, Saskatchewan and Alberta Districts. N. W. T.    To Lt Go\
Morris	
7th Sep., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5	
9th Aug., 1877.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6	
25th Sep., 1877.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6..    	
19th Aug., 1878.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6	
3rd Sep., 1878.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6	
18th Sep., 1878.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6	
• 2nd July, 1879.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6	
8th Dec,' 1882.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6 1	
6th May, 1885.   By Angus Macdonald.   Ten acres on reserve of Pass-pass
chase or Pass-pass-tayo at Two Hills, five miles south of Edmonton
Alberta District, N.W.T	
11th Feb., 1889. Adhesion to Treaty No. 6, including also 11,066 square miles]
north of Treaty No. 6	
Cbowland Tom'nkhip, Welland County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt Gov.
Simcoe	
Crown Lands of Nova Scotia—
See "Nova Scotia Government"
Crown Lands or Ontario—
See "Ontario Government"
3fPbi
sEdwj
ice Edward Island—
rd Island Government"
1241
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135
135
149 A
135
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149 D
157 B
157 C
157 D I
157 F
157 G
157 H
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Crown Lams of Quebec—
See "Quebec Government"
Dalhousie Township, Lanark County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional sui
Township , *	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory sui
.     Township       	
■ender.   The!
en'd'er."" The;
Dalton Township, Victoria County— |
5th  Nov.,  1818.   By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   The.
Township	
Darling Township, Lanark County— j
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The.
ToMmship	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Dartmouth Township, Halifax County—
20th Aug., 1880. By Thomas Ritchie, executor of William Almon John-J
stone Land on Caldwell Road: 20 acres 3 roods on north side, aid 23
acres on south side ;
Dawn Township, Lambton County—
9th   Mar.,   1819.    By  Chippewa  Indians.    Provisional  surrender.   The
Township	
9th   May,   1820.    By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   The
Township	
8th July, 1822   By   ChippeM-a Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.    The
Township   	
Delaware Indians—
See "Moravian Indians."
Delaware Township, Middlesex County—
19th May, 1790. By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township  |
2nd May, 1806.. Grant by the Crown. Lot 24, broken Con. A, on Thames!
River; Lots 24, Con. B and C; and front or westerly part of Lot 24, J
ComD.   To William Gilkison I
7th Oct., 1840. By Hon. John Hamilton and David and Archibald Gilki-j
son, executors of William Gilkison. Lot 24, broken Con. A, oni
Thames River; Lots 24, Con. B and C; and front oi westerly part of
Lot 24, Con. D.    For Oneida Indians i
9th Oct., 1840.   By Charles Baby.   Lot 20, Con. C.   For Oneida Indians..
26th Nov., 1840. By Michael C. Macnamara. Lot 22, Con. D. For
Oneida Indians i
21st July, 1841. By John Harris. Lots 18, Com C and D. For Oneida;
Indians      : I
14th Sep., 1841. By Hon. Charles E. Gasgrain. Lot 20 and west 4 of 21,!
\        Con. B, Lot 16, "Con. D, M-ith broken fronts.   For Oneida Indians  I
12th Mar., 1842. By Canada Company. Lots 21 and 23, Con. C. For
•> Oneida Indians	
Sth Mar., 1844. By William Salmon. Lot 19, Con. C. F>r Oneida
Indians          I
2nd June, 1844. By Charles and William Baby. Lot 22 and broken front
of 17, Con. C, Lot 17, Con. D.    For Oneida Indians	
20th Dec., 1%48. By Charles Baby. Lot 22 and east ^ of 21, Con. B. For
Oneida Indians ."	
8th Mar., 1867. By Ontario Government. Lots 20 and 23, Con. D. For!
Oneida Indians |
17th Jan., 1872. By Oneida Indians. Right of way of Canada Southern Ry.
Parts of Lots 19 (^ of an acre) and 20 (SfVo acres), Con. A; parts of Lots
20 (8fVs acres) and 21 (l£fc acres), Con. B ; parts of Lots 21 (7^ acres)
and 22 (3^ acres), Con. C ; and parts of Lots 22 {2$>s acres) and 23
(6 acres), Con. D	
18th Aug-, 1882. By Oneida Indians. Agreement to lease to AC. Stone
and others shooting privilege over reserve [
11th June, 1887. By Ontario Government. Lot 23, Con. B. • Fo ■ Oneida
Indians	
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31st Mav. 1 Slit.    Bv MississJ
Township ..:	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Missis*
of Township	
D—(Continued.)
County-!
Provisional surre
Confirmatory sui
Part of
r."" Part
Dennis Township, Algoma District—
I    9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township
Dereham Townshii
7th Dec, 17!»2.
Simcoe. ...
lford County—
Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt Gov,
Deseronto, Tyendenaga Township, Hastin
See "Tyendenaga Township."
Desert River—
See " Maniwaki Township."
Detroit River—
See " Bois Blanc Island,*
Island."
'Fighting Island," " Grass Island "and "Peach
j Dickinson's Island, opposite Summe'rstown, St. Lawrence River—
See " Jacob's Island."
Dickson, Walter Hamilton—
3rd Dec, 1852. Lots 16, 18,19, 21 and south i of 14, Com 4, Innisfilj
Township, Simcoe County; Lots 13, 14,16,18" and 20, Con. 3, Lots 12,
15 and 18, Con. 4, Lots 13,14,15, 16, 18 and 25, Con. 5, Lots 14,15,17,!
18 and 19, Com 6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County; also
west part of North Cayuga Township, Haldimand County (15,360 acres).
For Six Nation Indians         	
Dickson, William—
19th Nov., 1809.   By
of Grand River.
Six Nation Indians.
To Lt Gov. Gore..
Four thousand acres at mouth
Digby Township, Victoria County—
5th Nov.,  1818.     By Chippewa Indians.
Township	
Provisional surrender.   The
Dorchester Township, North, Middlesex County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, PottaM-attamie and Wyandott
Indians.   Part of Township	
7th Dec, 1792. By Mississagua Indians. The Township. To Lt.Gov.Simcoe.
7th Sep., 1796.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.	
Dorchester Town-ship, South, Elgin County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott!
Indians.   Part of Township	
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov.
Simcoe    	
. Douro Township, Peterborough County—
5tb Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.  Provisional surrender.   The Tomti-
ship	
/
Dover Township, R*st, Kent County—
19th Mav, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
^Indians.   TheTow-nship   ...
Dover Township, West, Kent County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Otta
Indians.   The Township	
ra, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Downie Township, Perth County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa   Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township ;.	
J-Oth July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The!
Township	
DeJ
per Township, Muskoka District—
ith Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.
Township	
Provisional surrender.   Part of
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Drummond Township, Lanark County— !
31st May,  181!).    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The_
Township    ■■■ !
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The.
Township	
Dudley Township, Haliburton County—
5th Nov., 1818.   By ChippeM'a Indians.
Township	
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isional surrender.   Part of
Dumfries Township, North, Waterloo County— (
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.    To Six-
Nation Indians     •!
14th Jan., 1793. Grant by Lt.-Gov. Simcoe. The Township. To Six Nation
Indians , j
15th Jan., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
5th Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
Dumfries Township, South, Brant County— . j
25th Oct., 1784.    Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
I4th Jam, 1793. Grant by Lt.-Gov. Simcoe. The Township. To Six Nation
Indians '.... I
15th Jan., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township I
5th Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
Dummer Township, Peterborough County—
5,th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.. Prt
ship	
Dundee Township, Huntingdon County-
16th Feb., 1888.   By Iroquois Indians.
risional surrender. The Tomti
Twenty thousand acres.
Dunn, Hon. John Henry—
18th May, 1831. By Catherine Claus, John Johnson Claus and Warren!
Claus, executrix and executors of Hon. William Claus. Part of Moulton j
Township, Haldimand County (30,800 acres).   For Six Nation Indians.'
6th June, 1831. By John Johnson Claus. Lots 12, 15 and 18, Con. 4J
Lots 13, 14,15,16, 18 and 25, Con. 5, Lots 14,15, 17, 18 and 19, Con.;
6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County. For Six Nation In-j
dians 	
6th June, 1831. By John Johnson Claus. Lots 16, IS, 19, 21, andjsouth'
h of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe County. For Six Nation1
Indians      |
6th June, 1831.   By Catherine Claus.   Lots 13, 14, 15, 16,18 and 20, Con.
3, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County.     For Six "Nation
Indians |
10th Mar., 1836. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 7, Com 2, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland Countv.   For Mississagua Indians	
9th Apr., 1836. By James Givins. Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County.   For Mississagua Indians j
3rd June, 1844. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20, Com 3, Lots 12,15 and 18,
Con. 4, Lots 13, 14, 15, 17,18 and 19, Con. 6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County ; Lots }6, 18, 19, 21 and south 4 of 14,  Con.!
4, Innisfil ToM-nship, Simcoe County.   For Six Nation Indians '
_, Innisfil ToM-nship,	
29th Apr., 1845. Twenty acres of Lot 3,"Coil 10, Otonabee Township. Pet
borough County.   For Mississagua Indians
Dunn Township, Haldimand County—
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldi
Nation Indians	
7th Dec.,'1792.     By Mississagua Indians.
Simcoe	
14th Jam, 1793.   Grant by Lt. Gov. Sin
Nation Indians	
8th Feb., 1834.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township
Dcnwich Township, Elgin County—
19th May, 1790.     By ChippeMa, Ottawa, Pottawattan
Indians.   The Township	
land. The Township. To Six
The Township. ToLt.Gov.
oe.    The ToMnship.    To Sixj
and Wyandott'
Dysart Township, Haliburton County—
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.
Township   	
2*
Provisional surrender.   Part of
32
80
33
82
34
84
42J
104
43
109
106
3
9
91 10th Julv
Towi
North, Perth County-
By Chippewa Indians.
By Chippewa Indians.    Coi
urrender.     The
=un-ender/"The
South, Perth County— j
By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional surrender.    The:
Easthope Town-
36th  Apr., 1
Townshij
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.    Confirm
Township    	
• surrender.
Eastnor Township,
9th Aug., 1836.
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
fHHip, Hastings County—
1819.   By Mississagua Indians.
ivisional surrender.   The
Jaugeen Peninsula, Bruce County— . I
By Saugeen Indians.    The Township.   For a general.
13th Oct, 1854.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township	
East Sister Island, near mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie—
See " Sister Islands."
Echo Lake, near Garden Rdter, Algoma District—
10th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   Certain land	
Edwards, Elihu BuRRrrT—
6th July, 1888.   Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County -(1,1201
acres).   For New England'Company  f
Effingham Township, Addington County—
I   31st May. 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.    The
Township	
Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S.—
7th Dec, 1874.   By William Ives.   Eighty-nine acres between Fisher's
Grant and Boat Harbour.   For Micmae Indians \
28th June, 1876.   By James Gillis Sproull.   Eleven acres between Fisher's
Grant and Boat Harbour.    To exchange with Micmae Indians..:... - I
28th July, 1876.   By Micmae Indians.    Sixteen acres between Fisher's
Grant and Brat "Harbour.    To exchange with James Gillis Sproull	
1st Dec, 1888.   By Robert P.  Fraser.   Certain land between Fisher's
Grant and Boat Harbour	
Ekfrid Township, Middlesex County-
9th Mar.,  1819.    By   Chippewa   Indians.   Provisional  surrender.    The'
Township j
9th May, 1820.    By   Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional   surrender.    The:
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa  Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The'
Township... * I
Eldon Township, Victoria County—
Sth Nov., 1818.    By  Chippewa Indians.   Provisional  surrender.    Thej
Township   |
Ellice Township, Perth County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   The
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The,
•   Township 	
Elma Township, Perth County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By  Chippewa Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   Th<
Elzevir T
3Lst'iv^iu7.T:"j. rr::~°™:::™:.:.:::::::::.:~:::;:::..::::\
28th Nov., 1822.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.   The
Emily Township, Victoria County—
5th Nov., 1818.   By  Chippewa   Indians.   Provisional  surrender.    The
Township ,.|
No.
m
27£
' 65
29
A
274
65 i
29
45i
72
113
195
91(B)
220
260
244
27
62
27*
63
142
3
170
73
160
53
262
249
21
49
2804
281
25
58
23
48
27J
65
29
71
27£
, 65
29
71
27
62
27i
63
20
48 tH
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No.       Page.      Votl
ii
Provisional surrender.   Part of [
Enniskillen Township, Lambton Cocnty-
9th Mar., 1819.   By Chippewa Indians
Township i
9th May, 1820.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township I
8th July, 1822.    By Chippewa Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.    Part of;
Township	
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of•
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part;
of Township  I
13th Mar., 1841.    By Louis Rendt.    East \ of Lot 9, Con. 10	
8th Mar., 1842.    By David McColl.    Lot 8, Con. 9, and east £ of Lot 8,
Con. 10.    For Chippewa Indians	
Ennismore Township, Peterborough County— J
5th Nov.,  1818.     By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The-
Township I
Eramosa Township, Wellington County—
28th Oct.. 1818.   By Mississagua Indians.
Township : a
Erasmus, Peter—
22nd Aug., 1877.   Ten acres on east side of White Fish Lake, Alberta:
. District, N.W.T., included in James Seenum's reserve   I
Erie & Huron Railwat Company—
4th Juue, 1389.    By Chippewa Indians.   Right of M-a
Township, Lambton County (18 ffo acres)	
Erie Lake—
See "Lake Erie."
Erin Township, Wellington County—
28th Oct., 1818.    By Mississagua Indians.
. Township	
Provisional surrender.   The:
through Sarnia'
nal surrender.     The'
ual surrender.    The,
Esquesing Township, Halton County—
28th Oct., 1818.   By Mississagua Indians.   Pre
'      Township	
Essa Township, Simcoe County—
17th Oct., 1818.     By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.     Th
Township	
Etobicoke River—
See " Toronto " and " Etobicoke " ToM-nships.
Etobicoke Township, York County—
23rd Sep., 1787.    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The!
Township 	
•  1st Aug., 1S05.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township j
Euphemia Township, Lambton Countv—
,9th Mar., 1819.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of'
Township |
9th May, 1820.   By Chippew-a Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of:
. Township	
8th July, 1822.    By Chippewa Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.   The]
Township	
Euphrasia Township, Grey County—
17th Oct., 1818.  By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional suri
ship   	
ider. The Town
F.
Faraday Township, Hastings Counts
Sth Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa India
Township   	
Provisional surrender.     Part of;.
Fenelox Township, Victoria
5th Nov., 1818.    By Chi
Township	
County—
>pewa Indians.   Provisic
21
49 j
I
2804'
281
II
25 j
58
I
274
65 ;
I
29
100
71 I
244
I
101
246 j
I
13 [
32
I
13 !
34
I
21 1
49
:4
2S04J
281
ii
25
58
I P—(Continued.)
Fenwick Township, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township..
Fighting Island, Detroit River—
27th Feb., 1863.   By Wyandott Indians....   	
f Township, Pictou County, N.S.—
Fisher's Grant, Eg:
See " Egerton Toi     	
Fisher Township, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township .
Fishing Islands, near Saugeen Peninsula, Lake Huron-
7th Oct, 1885.   Bv Chippewa Indians	
15th Oct, 1885.   By Chippewa Indians     .
Fttzroy Township, Carleton County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.     Provisional surrender.    The
Township.	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The!
Township .' j
Five Nation Ixdlojs—
Same as " Six Nation Indians."
Flos Township, Simcoe County—
17th-18th Nov., 1815.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township |
17th Oct, 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.    Part of j
Township j
Fox or Muskoka Island, Lake Simcoe—
24th Mar., 1874.   Five acres.   For a light-house	
Fraser, Robert P.—
1st Dec, 1888.   Certain land between Fisher's Grant and Boat Harbour,
- Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S   	
FULLARTON TOWNSHIP, PERTH COUNTY— j
26th Apr., 1825. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. Thej
Township. j
10th July, 1827. By Chippewa Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The;
Township.	
G.
Gainsborough Township, Lincoln County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.    The Township	
Galway Township, Peterborough County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By  Chippewa  Indians.     "I
Township   	
inal surrender.     Thej
Gabafraxa Township, East, Dufferin County—
28th Oct, 1818.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The!
Township.	
Jarafraxa Township, West,
28th Oct, 1818.   By Mis
Township.	
Wellington County—
issagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Thej
lRden River, Algoma District—
9th July,ei867. ' By"ChippISI Indian^" A Moc^ofYand. * For a" grist mill
7th July,' 1868.   By Lor^Monck, Governor General' Declaration of" Trust
A block of land.    For a gri*t mill to be erected by Jesuits  j
17th Apr., 1872.   By Chippewa Indians.    Lot in Chinguacouse Town plot, j
To be sold to McRae, Craig & Company for a steam saw-mill j
I  1873.   By Chippewa Indians.   Lots 15 south and north of
i street, and south and north of Prince street   For Church of
20th Mav
Milto
Eri
i Nov., 1874.    By Chippewa Indians.   Twelve hundred acres	
i Nov., 1877.    By Chippewa Indians.    Strip of land for public road	
Sep., 1882.   Bv Chippewa Indians.   Three hundred acres	
i Apr., 1887.   By Chippewa Indians.    One hundred acres.   For export
No.
Page.
VoL
91 (A)
227
97
240
91 (A)
227
222
223
165
1G7
II
27
62
27£
63
16
42-43
IS
47
153
29
II
262
249
II
274
65
29
71
3
*
20
48
19
47
19
47
91(B)
229
111
260
110
257
"
165
63
130
140
166
196
301
1
65
119
243
209
II G—(Continued.)
Geale, John Bernard— , . „,
3rd Dec, 1852. Lots 16, 18, 19, 21 and south 4 of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil
Township, Simcoe County; Lots 13,14, 15, 16,18 and 20, Con. 3, Lots
12, 15 and 18, Con. 4, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 25, Com 5, Lots 14,
15, 17, 18 and 19, Con. 6, East Hawkesbury Township. Prescott
County; also west fcart of North Cayuga Township, Haldimand
•    County (15,360 acres);'  For Six Nation Indians	
Georgian Bay. Lake Huron—
See " Lake Huron."
Gilkison, Archibald—
7th Oct., 1840.   Lot 24, broken Con. A on Tha
i€s River, Lots 24, Con. B
and C, and front or westerly part of Lot 24, Con. D, Delaware T<
ship, Middlesex County.   For Oneida Indians	
Gilkison, David
th Oct., 1840. Lot 24, broken Con. A on Thames River, Lots 24, Con. Bj
and C, and front or westerly part of Lot 24, Con. D, Delaware Town
ship, Middlesex County.   **■ rk-
For Oneida Indians.
Gilkison, William—
2nd May, 1806.   Grant by the Crown.  Lot 24, broken Com A on Thames
Eiver, Lots 24, Con. B and C, and front or westerly part of Lot 24,
Con. D, Delaware Township, Middlesex County     ...
See also "Hon. John Hamilton,' "Archibald Gilkison" and "David Gilkison," executors of William Gilkison.
GrviNs, Ja3Ies—
1st Mar., 1836. By Canada Company. Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough County !
• 9th Apr., 1836. Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough County.
To H>m John Henry Dunn, Hon. George Herchmer Markland and'
William Hepburn.   For Mississagua Indians j
Glamorgan Township, Haliburton County—
Sth Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. The.
Township  	
Glanfobd Township, Wentworth County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt.-Gov.l
Goderich Township, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surender. The Township.
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The;
Township i
Gore, Hon. Francis, Lieutenant-Governor—
14th Nov., 1809.   Lots 13, 14, 15,16, 18 and 20, Con. 3, East^ Hawkesbury
i   Township, Prescott County.   Grant to Catherine Claus	
Gorston, John P.—
See "George Campbell, Trustee of Estate."
GosFiELD Township, North, Essex County—
19th May, 1790.    By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattai
Indians.   The Township	
and Wyandott
Provisional surrender.   The'
Confirmatory "surrender." * The
Gosfikld Township, South, Essex County—
19th May, 1790.   By Ohippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township 	
Goulbourn Township, Carleton County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians
Township    	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.
Township	
Grand or Ouse River—
20th May, 1796.   By Six Na
Nancy Kerr and Mary Margaret
4th Aug., 1826.   By Six Nation I
Haldimand County.   For Jemifn
13th Mar., 1809.   By Six Nation Indian
Gov. Gore.   Foi- William Dickson
Indians.   Twenty thousand t
tfan
3. "i
ourtee
n hundrec
acres ii
Ste
vart
uidSa
rah Ruggh
*s
ins.
Foi
r thou
sand acres
ToLt
'-
43 j       107 j
43 109
-20 48
274! 65
71
■ 41|
28}|
188
62
$1        63
N  I
I Gr— (Continued.)
Grand OR Ouse River—Continued.
18th Jam, 1841.   Bv Six Nation India
rendered except reserve mentioned..
See also the foUou-inn Townships.—"Brantford," "Canboroi
North," and "South," "Dumfries, North," and "South," "Dunn/';
"Moulton," "Nichol," "Oneida," "Onondaga," "Pilkington,"i
"Seneca," " Sherurooke," "Tuscarora," " Waterloo " and " Woolwich.";
All lands not previously sur-
"Cavugai
-Grantham Town
17th Dec, 17!
Simcoe..
p, Lincoln Cot
By Mississagu
Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov.i
Grass Island, Detroit River— *
27th Apr., 1880.   By Wyandott Indians	
Grassy Bend Marsh, Walpole Island, Lake St. Clair-
See "Walpole Island."
Great Maxttoulin Island—
See "Manitoulin Island."
Great Western Railwat Company—
10th May, 1854.   By Chippewa Indians.
Township, Lambton County, (244 acres
Right t-f way through Sarnia
Green Lake, Saskatchewan District, N.W.T.—
11th Feb., 1889.   By Cree Indians.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6, including'
- also 11,066 square miles north of Treaty No. 6	
'Grey Township, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians^ Provisional surrender.   The!
Township  j
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.  The-
Township !
Griffith's Island, Colpoy's Bay, Georgian Bay—
5th July, 1886.   By Chippewa Indians.   Sixteen acres :
j    18th July, 1886.   By Chippewa Indians.   Sixteen acres  j
Grimsby Township, North, Lincoln County—
7th Dec., 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt.Gov.
Simcoe	
-
Grimsby Township, South, Lincoln County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To l,t. Gov.
Grimsthorpe Township, Hastings County— j
31st  May, 1819.   By Missisagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The:
Township   ..  	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township.... |
Gros Cap, near MiCHiprcoTON River, on boundart between Algoma and
Thunder Bay Districts—
10th Apr., 1855.    By Chippewa Indians.   One mile square  	
Grumbling Point, south of Humboldt Township, Algoma District—
See "Point Grondinc"
coe County—
Indians.   Provisional surrender.     The.
GWLLLIMBURY TOWNSHIP,  WEST,  SlJ
17th Oct., 1818.     By Chippew;
Township	
H.
Haldimand, Sir Frederick, Governor—
25th Oct, 1784. Dunn, Sherbrooke, Moulton, Canborough, North and
, South Cayuga, Oneida and Seneca Townships, Haldimand Countv ;
L< Tuscarora, Onondaga, Brantford and South Dumfries Townships, Brant
County; North Dumfries, Waterloo and Woolwich Townships, Water-
loo County ; Pilkington and Nichol Townships, Wellington County.!
Grant to Six Nation Indians  '.. I
#2
I
71
I
171
170
n
ii
F33^
,rTTTTr-^5 H—(Continued.)
Half-Bbeeds of Rainy River and Lake, Rainy River District—
12th Sep., 1875.     Adhesion to Treaty No. 3  1
Hall, James— I
28th Jan., 1881.   By Robert Henrv Bethune and Rev. Edward Riddell;
Roberts.   Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County.   For;
New England Company 	
Hamilton, Hon. John—
7th Oct, 1840.   Part of Delaware Township, Middlesex County (500 acres).
For Oneida Indians	
No.
31-132
Page.
308
Harbour Island, near mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie—
See " North Harbour Island."
Harris, John—
21st July, 1841.   Lots 18, Con. C and D, Delaware Township, Middlese:
County.   For Oneida Indians	
Harney Township, Peterborough County— j
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.    The
Township j
Harwick Township, Kent County—
^-^ 19th May. 1790.   By Chippewa,  Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott:
Indians.   The Township	
Hayilland Township, Algoma District—.
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township 	
91 (A)
Lets ,13,    14,    15,!
Hawkesbury Township, Evst, Prescott County—
14th   Nov.,   1809.     Grant   by    Lt-Gov.     Gore.
16, 18 and 20, Con. 3.   To Catherine Claus	
12th   Apr.,   1826.     Grant   by   Lt-Gov.   Maitland.     Lots   14,   15, 17,
18, 19, 24, 25 and 26, Con. 4; Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, IS, 20, 21, 22. 23,
and 25, Con. 5; Lots 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 and 21, Con. 6.    To Hon..
, William Claus	
6th June, 1831.    Bv John Johnson Claus.    Lots 12, 15 and 18. Con. 4 ; '
Lots 13, 14, 15," 16, 18 and 25, Con. 5; Lots 14, 15, 17, 18 and 19, Con.:
6.   To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry-Dunn and Hon. George
Herchmer Markland.    For Six Nation Indians   !
6th June, 1831. By Catherine Claus. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20, Con.
3. To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry Dunn and Hon. George
Herchmer Markland.   For Six Nation Indians }■'
3rd June, 1844. By Hon. John Henry Dunn and Hon. George Herchmer;
Markland. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20, Con. 3; Lots 12, 15 and 18,!
Con. 4; Lots 13, 14, 15, 17, 18 and 19, Con. 6. For Six Nation Indians.!
3rd Dec, 1852. By Joseph Augustus Woodruff, Warren Claus, Catherine!
Ann Margaret Lyons, Walter Hamilton Dickson, William Stewart1
and John Bernard Geale. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, IS and 207 Con. 3 ; Lots
12,15 and 18, Con. 4; Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 25, Con. 5; Lots 14,
15,17,18 and 19, Con. 6.   For Six Nation Indians    j
Hat Township, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.     By Chippew'a Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township.
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township I
I
Head, Sir Francis Bond, Lieutenant-Governor—
9th Aug., 1836.    By Chippewja,  and Ottaw-a Indians.   Manitoulin and.
other islands.   For a general reserve  j
9th   Aug.,  1836.    By   Saugeen   Indians.    Saugeen   Peniusula.   For a1
general reserve  i
20th Sep., 1836.   By Wyandott Indiaus.   Part of Anderdon Township,'
Essex County \
25th Oct, 1836.   By Moravian Indians.   Part of Zoue Township, Kent
County I       .   .  . t
26th Nov., 1836.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.    High.
road from Cold water to Narrows of Lake Simcoe. through Medoute
and North and South Orillia Townships, Simcoe Countv	
s     3rd Apr., 1837.     Lots 16, 17, 18 and part of 19, Con. 12,   parts of Lots 17i
to 23 inclusive, Con. 13,  Lot 21 and parts of Lots 18, 19,20, 22, 23 and'
'    24,   Con.   14,   Smith   Township,   Peterborough   County.   Grant   to'.
New England Company " [
32
80
34
84
53
v 125 j
274
65
29
71
45
112
454
113
46
113
47
115 XXVI
U—(Continued.)
r Six Nation Indians.   Part of Canborough Town:
LANDS, NEAR MOUTH OK DETROIT RlVKK.  LaKK El
Lots 6 and 7, Con. 11. Lots 7 and 8, Con. 12, Cartwr
Durham Countv.   For Mississagua Indians	
10th Mar., 1836.   By  George  Strange Boulton.   Lot 7, Con 2, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland County. For Mississagua Indians.;.. r. J
9th Apr., 1836.    Bv James Givins. Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County.   For Mississagua Indians. 	
29th Apr., 1845.    Twenty acres of Lot 3, Con. 10. Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County.   For Mississagua Indians. j
31st Jam, 1850.   Lot  9,  Con.   10,   Otonabee Township,  Peterborough'
County.   For Mississagua Indians. I
Heron Island, Lake Coucheching—
27th Dec, 1888.   By Chippewa Indians	
Herrick Township. Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians,   The Township	
Herschel Township, Hastings County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender.   Part of
43 I 109 j
55 132 j
754! 201
264 I 253
91 (A) j 227
ough County-
; Perth County—
>.    By Chippewa Indi
provisional surrender.    The
By Chippewa Indians.   Confirniatory 'surrender. ' The
Hindon Township, Haliburton County—
5th Nov., 1818,   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of'
Township.... .. I
Horse Island, Lake Coucheching—
4th Nov., 1885.   By Chippewa Indians	
Horton Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1S19.   By Mississagua Indians.    Provi
Township  I 	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confir
Township        	
al surrender.    The
Houghton To
48
164
H\        63
-, Norfolk Countv-
By Mississagua Indians.     The   Township.    To   Lt-
Howard Township, Kent Coo
Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandoi
fa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Bai
i Indians."' Gonfirmatrr, suvrend; r    Pai
GOVERNO
n River, also Indio
n Island,
St Ai
n's Point
, New B
ruuswick.    Grant
to Male-
tofL<
t 22, Thii
osite Fre
d class, I
lcricton.
letter C, St Mary
s Parish, H—(Contr
Hulett Township, Huron County—
26th Apr.,  1825.     By  Chippewa  Inc
Township  	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indi
up
Hu
To
ship, Wel
> Cc
iip.   To Lt<
, Con. 1, North Oi
es).   To Hon. Roi
Hume, William Charles—
6thiSS^-.s-	
Huntley Township, Carleton County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender
28th No™ 1822."' By' Missii^ua Indians.'" ConfirmatorV surrender
Huron Indians—
See "Wyandott Indians."
Huron Lake—
See "Lake Huron."
Huron, Synod of Diocese—
13th Nov., 1882.    By Moravian Indians.    Lot on farm of Israel Peters
Orford Township, Kent County, on which a church is erected	
Indian Island, St. John River, N.B.—
2nd Aug., 1779.    Grant by Lt-Gov. Hughes.   To Malecite Indiai
The!
"The
17th Oct., 1818. By Ch
np.
>ewa Indians. Provisional surrender.    The Town
Lt.-Gov." Maitland."   Lots 16_ 18, if>"and 21
I Hoi
For
14th Oct., 1822.    Grant   b
Con. 4.    To Hon. William Claus	
6th June, 1831.  By John Johnson Claus.    Lots 16,18.19, 21 f
•    14, Con. 4.     To Hon. James Baby, Hon. John Henry Di
George Herchmer Markland.    For Six Nation Indians...
3rd June, 1844.    By Hon. John Henry Dunn and Hon. Georj
Markland.    Lots 16, IS, 19, 21 and south 4 of 14, Con
Nation Indians .* I
3rd Dec, 1852.    By Joseph Augustus Woodruff, Warren Claus. Catherine
Ann Margaret Lyons, Walter Hamilton Dickson, William Stewart and!
John Bernard Geale.     Lots 16, 18, li), 21 and south 4 of 14, Con. 4.1
For Six Nation Indians 	
Iroquois Indians—
29th May, 16S0. Grant by King of France. Land on Lake St. Louis, two
leagues by two leagues, with two islands, islets and beach, Sault St
Louis Parish, Laprairie County.    To Jesuits	
31st Oct., 1680. Grant bv King of France. Land on Lake St. Louis, 14 by
24 leagues, Sault St. Louis Parish, Lam-aide Countv.    To Jesuits . ":.. I
17th Oct., 1717.   Grant by King of Fran
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Part of Dundee Town I—(Continued.)
Iroquis Indians—Conti n ued.
16th Feb., 1888.   Jacob's or Dickinson's Island, opposite
St Lawrence River.   To be leased     .
Jsle a l'Atl, St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
i River, Yamaska Countt-
Page.
Jsle Alexandre Gill, St. Franci
See " St Francis River."
Isle Atcomback, St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
Isle auk Pins, St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
Isle aux Rapides, St. Francis Riv*r, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
Isle de la Maison, St. Francis River, Yamaska Cooty—
See " Isle Sebastiem"
Isle dTnde, now Fighting Island, Detroit River—
See " Fighting Island."
Jsle Pierrot, St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
Isle Ronde, St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River." ~;£^£§.
Jsle Rousseau, St. Francis Rdter, Yamaska County—
See *' St Francis River."
Jsle Sebastlen or de la Maison, St. Francis River, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
Jsle Simon, St. Francis Rdter, Yamaska County—
See " St Francis River."
Ives, William—
7th Dec, 1874.   Eighty-nine acres between Fisher's Grant and Boat Har
bour, Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S.   For Micmae Indians.
-Jacob's or Dickinson's Island, opposite Summerstown, St. Lawrence River—
16th Feb., 1888.   By Iroquois Indians.   To be leased .•	
.Jaffbey, Rev. William—
20th June, 1867. Part of T*>t 22, First Class, Letter C, St Mary's Parish,
York County, N. B., opposite Fredericton.	
Jarvis, Samuel Peters—
8th Feb., 1839. By John Steele and Charles George Buller. Lots 4 and
5, South Con., Otonabee Township, Peterborough County. For Mississagua Indians	
7th May, 1842. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 13, Con. 1, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland County.   For Mississagua Indians	
3rd Aug., 1842. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 18, Con. 1, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland County.   For Mississagua Indians	
12th July, 1843. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 6, Con. 2, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland County.   For Mississagua Indians	
:20th Feb., 1845. Lot 7 and west \ of 16, Con. 2, Alnwick Township,
Northumberland County, and Lots 4 and 5, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough Countv, for Mississagua Indians. Lots 5, 6, 9
10, 17, 32, and parts of 7, 8 and 16, Front Con., Lot 25, Con. 1, Lot 25;
and parts of 23 and 24, Con. 2, Lots 19 and 25. Con. 3, Lots 19 and 20, j
Com 4, and parts of Lots 19 and 20, Com 5, Rama Township, Ontario
County, f*Chippewa Indians j
Jesuit Order—
29th May, 1080. Grant by King of France. Land on Lake St Louis, two
ieagueis by two leagues and two islands, islets and beach, Sault St Louis
Parish, Laprairie Countv.   For Iroquois Indians t
31st Oct., 1689. Grant bv King of France. Land on Lake St. Louis, 14
leagues by 2 leagues, Sault St. Louis Parish, Laprairie County. For
Iroquois Indians I
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225
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226
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. Jesuit Order— Continued. « .    _.
9th July, 1867. By Chippewa Indians. A block of land on Peltier River,
near Garden River, Algoma District.   For a erist mill	
7th July, 1868. By Lord Monck, Governor General Declaration of Trust, j
A block of land on Peltier River, near Garden River, Algoma District
For a grist mill     	
Johnson, Davu»— * "
20th Mar., 1879. Part of Lot 16, Con. 3, Sarawak Township, Grey County.
For Chippewa Indians I
Johnson, James—
20th Mar., 1879. Part of Lot 16, Con. 3, Sarawak Township Grey County.
For Chippewa Indians	
Johnstone, William Alhon—
See "Thomas Ritchie, Executor."
Jones, Thomas Mercer,. Attorney of Canada Company—.
See "Canada Company."
Jones, William E li as—
15th Jan., 1878. Part of south-east 1 of Section 19, Township 16, Range 23, ■
west of Principal Meridian, N. W. T.   For a trail or road	
K.
Kaladar Township, Addington County—
31st' May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisionial surrender.   The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822. By Mississagua Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The
Township	
Kaministiqua River. Thunder Bay District—
See " Neebing Township."
. Kars Township, Algoma District—
- 9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township	
Ill
110
Keewatin District, N. W. T<— j
See "Treaty No. 3."
Kenebec Township, Frontenac County—
31st "May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Pi
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrendi
Township :	
sional surrender.   The-
"The
Kenton Township, Glengarry County—
1st June, 1847.   By Iroquois Indians.   Strip of land between Kenyon'and;
Roxborough Townships (now included in former) j
Keppel Township, Saugeen Peninsula. Grey County—
9th Aug., 1836.   By Saugeen Indians.   The Township.   For a general
13th Oct, 1854.   By Chippewa Indiins."   Part of Township  I
16th Jan., 1857. By Chippewa Indians. Grant of reserve at Colpoy's Boy,.1
near Wiarton (6,000 acres).   To Indians residing on reserve	
6th Feb., 1857. By Mohawk Indians. Part of Township. Chippewa Indians to receive benefit of sale	
16th Aug., 1861. By Chippewa Indians. Reserve at Colpoy's Bay, near!
Wiarton (6,000acres) ,  .   ...j
Kerr, Mary Margaret—
20th May, 1796.   By Six Nation Indians.   Two thousand acres-on Grand,
.   River   	
Kerr, Nancy—
20th May, 1796.   By Six Nation Indians.   Two thousand acres on Grand
River	
Keshebahahnel
21st July, 18;
goo Menesha Island, St. Clair River—
i.   By Chippewa Iudians	
Kettle Island, Ottawa River—
17th June, 1830.   Assumed by Order-in-Council..
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Kettle Point, Bosanquet Township, La:
See "Bosanquet Township."
Xillistlne Indians—
See " Cree Indians."
King Township, York County-
23rd Sep., 1787.   By Mississaj
of Township	
1st Aug., 1805.    By Mississagua Indiai
Township .".
Ind
Provisional surrender.   Part
Provisional-surrender.   Part of
I»AC LA RONGE, SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICT, N.W.T	
lith Feb., 1889.   By Cree Indians.   Adhtsion to Treaty No. 6, including
also 11,066 square miles north of Treaty No. 6	
Laird Township, Algoma District—
10th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township	
Lake Coucheching—
See "Heron Island," "Horse Island "and" Pumpkin Island."    . ;
Lake Erie—
See "Bird or Hem and Chickens Islands,"
*   Harbour Island "and" Sister Islands."
"Middle Island," "North
Lake Huron—
9th Sep., 1850. By Chippewa Indians. Eastern and northern shores, in
eluding islands, from Penetanguishene to J&tchewanaung Bay, and
inland to height of land, except reserves mentioned, Muskoka, Parry
Sound, Nipissing and Algoma Districts. To Horn" William Benjamin
Robinson.	
5th June, 1856. By Chippewa Indians. Islands in Georgian Bay except
Christian Islands   ..
See also "Barrie Island," Cockburn Island," "Christian Island," " Fishinj
'    Islands,""   "Garden River,"   "Griffiths Island,"   "Peltier River,
" White Cloud Island," and under nahies of diftrait Townships.
Lake of the Wood3, Rainy Rdter District—
Sth Oct., 1886.   By Chippewa Indians.   Sultana Islan<"
6th June, 1889.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Resei
Portage (2,963 acres)	
!'38B," near Rat
Lake of Two Mountains—
17th Oct, 1717.   Grant by King of France.   Three leagues and a half by
three leagues.   To Seminary of St Sui pice.   For Iroquois Indians...
Lake Nipissing—
14th Aug., 1858.   By Chippewa Indians.   Timber on reserve on north shore
Lake St. Clair—
See " Squirrell Island " and " Walpole Island."
'. Lake St. Lours— :c^?i$$
See " Sault St Louis Parish."
Lake Simcoe— '
Sth June, 1856.   By Chippewa Indians.   Four islands :   Esh-pute-nang,
Papushquan or Peperschwang, Plum and Sain-gau-be-quon-d aig	
See also " Fox or Muskoka Island."
Lake Superior—
7th Sep., 1850. By Chippewa Indi
from Batchewanaung Bay to Pig
except reserves mentioned, Alg
Horn William Benjamin Robinson	
10th Apr., 1855.   By Chippewa Indians.   One mile square at Gros Cap
. near Miciripicoton River, on boundary between Algoma and Thunderj
Bay Districts	
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   Dennis, Fenwick, Fisher, Havil-
I   land, Herrick, Kara, Ley, Pennefather, Tilley, and parts of Archibald,
Aweres, Tupper and Vankoughnet Townships, Algoma District	
See also under names of different Tvumships.
iRi
shore, including islands,
i inland to height of land,
nder Bay Districts.   Tol
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Lake Township, Hastings County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township	
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township.. |
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Thej
, Township   	
Lanark Township, Lanark County—
31st May, 1819.   By   Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Thi
Township       	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
. Langstaff, John—
4th Jan., 1843.   Lot 10, Con. 1, Lots 9 and 10, Front Con., Southwold
Township, Elgin County (450 acres)	
Lav ant Township, Lanark County—
31st May, 1819:   By  Mississagua Indians.   Provisional   surrender.   The
Township	
.  28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The|
Township    	
Laxton Township, Victoria County—
5th  Nov., 1818.   By  Chippewa  Indians.     Provisional surrender.    The
Township     .
Lewis Township, Algoma District—
30th Jan., 1882.   By Chippewa Indians.   Right of way of Canadian Pacific
Railway over Serpent River.and through-Township	
The Township..
Ley Township, Algoma District—
9th: June, 1859.    By Chippewa Indian
Limerick Township, Hastings County—
31st May, 1819.    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.    Thej
'     Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township    	
Lindsay- Township, Saugeen Peninsula, Bruce County—
9th Aug., 1836.    By Saugeen Indians.    The Township.   For a general
reserve 	
13th Oct., 1854.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township..,   .
LrrTLE Turkey Island, now Turkey Island, Detroit River—
See " Turkey Island."
Lobo Township, Middlesex County—
9th Mar., 1819.    By Chippewa   Indians.    Provisional   surrender.    The|
Township	
9th May, 1820.     By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional surrender.    The|
Township	
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.     Confirmatory surrender.    Th
Township	
Logan Township, Perth County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa   India
Township ,	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indian
Township...   	
5.    Provisional surrender.   The
Confirmatory surrender.   The
London Township, Middlesex County—
"   7th Sep., 1796.    By Chippewa Indians.   The Township...
Longford Township, Victorla County—
Sth Nov., 1818.     By Chippewa   Indians.     Pro
Township...	
isional surrender.    Thi
Louth Township, Lincoln County—
7tb Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua India
Simcoe	
The Township.   To Lt. Go
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Lumby. Moses-
j 1881.   Part of Lot 105, Group 1, Section 34,  Township
Osooyos Division, Yale District, B.C. (54 acres)	
Luther Township, East, Dufferin County—
17th Oct, 1818.     Bv Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.    '.
Township :....!.	
Luther Township, West, Wellington County—
17th Oct.,  1818.     By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional surrender.   Th<
Township '.	
Lutterworth Township, Haliburton County—
5th Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. The
Township...-	
Lyons, Catherine Ann Margaret—
3rd Dec,. 1852. Lots 16, 18. 19, 21 and south 4 of 14. Com 4, Innisfil
Township, Simcoe County; Lots 13, 14, 15, 167 IS and 20, Con. 3, Lots
12,15 and 18, Com 4, Lots 13,14,15, 16,18 and S, Con. 5, Lots 14, 15,
17, 18 and 19, Con. 6. East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County;
also west part of North Cayuga Township, Haldimand County (15,360
acres).   For Six Nation Indians. \	
Mac or Mc.
McColl, David—
8th Mar., 1842.   Lot 8, Com 9, and east 4 of Lot 8, Com 10, Enniskillen
Township, Lambton Countv.    For Chippewa Indians.	
19th Jan., 1857.   By Chippewa"Indians.   Stag Island, St. Clair River....
McCue, Bessie—
24th   Dec, 1883.   Bv Mississagua  Indians.   Lot 4, Hiawatha Village,
Otonabee  Township, Peterborough County.   To be leased for benefit
Macdonald, Angus—
6th May, 1885.   Ten acres on reserve of Pass-pass-chase or Pass-pass-tayo
at Two Hills, five miles south of Edmonton, Alberta District, N.W.T.
MacDonald, Philip—
20th Aug., 1877.   Six islands at mouth of Middle River, Wagadmatcook,
Victoria County, C.B., N.S.   For Mic-mac Indians.
Macdonald Township, Algoma District—
10th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township	
McDougall, Hon. William—
6th Oct, 1862.   By Chippewa and Ottawa Indians.    Manitoulin Island
1 except reserves mentioned, also Barrie and Cockburn Islands, Lake
Hu
JMcGlLLIVRAY TOWNSHLP, MIDDLESEX COUNTY—
26th Apr., 1825. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. The
Township  	
10th July, 1827. By Chippewa Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The
Township ;	
McKillop Township, Huron County—
26th Apr.,  1825.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.   Th<
Township...	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
McLeod, Daniel-
8th Jam, 1890.   By Micmae Indians.   South-west corner of Whycocomagh
| reserve, Inverness County, C.B., N.S. (9364 square yards).    To be
leased    	
McNab Township, Renfrew Coi
31st May, 1819.   By Missis
Township   ....	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississi
Township   	
stgua Indians     Provisional surrender.   The
rua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
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Macnamara, Michael C—
26th Nov., 1840.   Lot 22, Con. D., Delaware Township, Middlesex County
Fof Oneida Indians	
McCrae, Craig & Company—
17th Apr., 1872.   By  Chippewa Indian;
plot, Garden River, Algoma District
M.
,   Lot  in Chinguac*
For a steam saw-mill
Mackinaw or Michiumakinak Island, Straits of Mackinaw, between
Lakes Huron and Michigan—
12th May, 178L   By Chippewa Indians.   To Lt Gov. Sinclair.	
Madoc Township, Hastings County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.    Provisional surrender.     The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Maganattawan River, Parry Sound District—
See * * Wallbridge Township."
Maidstone Township, Essex County—
19th May, 1790.     By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township    	
Maitland, Sir Peregrine, Lieutenant-Governor—
14th Oct, 1822.   Lots 16, 18,19 and 21, Con. 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe
County.   Grant to Hon. William Claus     .
12th Apr., 1826.    Lots 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26, Con. 4, Lots 13,14,
15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 25, Con. 5,  Lots 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 and 21,
Con. 6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County.   Grant to Hon.
William Claus   	
Malahide Township, Elgin County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa,
, Indians.   Part of Township	
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.
.Simcoe   .
Pattawattamie and Wyandott
The Township".'  *To Lt" Gov
Malden Township, Essex County—
19tb May, 1790.     By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie
Indians.   The Township	
,nd Wyandott
Malecite Indians—
See " Acoalecite Indians."
Manitoba—
18th July, 1817.   By Saulteaux or Chippewa and Cree Indians.     Land on
•Red and Assiniboine Rivers (afterwards included in Treaty No. 1).   To
Earl of Selkirk ,	
3rd Aug., 1871.     By Chippewa and Cree Indians.   Treaty No. 1.   To
Wemyss M. Simpson	
21st Aug., 1871.     By Chippewa Indians.    Treaty No. 2.    To Wemy
M. Simpson     	
3rd Oct, 1873.    By Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.     Treaty No. 3.     To
Lt Gov. Morris	
13th Oct., 1873.   By Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.   Adhesion to Treaty
No. 3	
15th Sep., 1874.     By Cree and Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.    Treaty
No. 4.   To Lt. Gov. Morris	
23rd Aug.,  1875.     By   Chippewa  and Cree Indians.     Adhesion   and
amendment to Treaties Nos. 1 and 2	
23rd-28th August, 1875.     By Chippewa  and   Cree Indians.     Adhesion
and amendment to-Treaties Nos. 1 and 2    	
8th Sep., 1875.    By Chippewa and Cree Indians.    Adhesion and amendment to Treaties Nos. 1 and 2     	
' 7th Mar., 1881.    By Chippewa Indians.    Thirty square miles "of" Wa-wa-
se-capou's reserve, east of Bird Tail Creek, Marquette County	
1st May, 1884.   By John Cameron.     South-east 1 of Section 35, Township
17, Range 19, west of 1st Principal Meridian     .
See also "St Peter's Parish."
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Manttoulin
9th Aug
For
S Lake Hub
By Chipp,
i and Ottawa In
To Lt Gov. Head
ned.   to Horn William McDougall..
Lots 12 to 16. inclusive, a
Maniwaki Township, Ottawa County—
19th Aug., 1873.   By Algonquin Indi	
front parts of Lots 1, 2 and 3, Desert River Front.	
10th Sep., 1873.   By Algonquin Indians.   Parts of Lots 5 and 6, Desert
Front, parts of Lots 24 and 25, Range 7, and parts of Lots 34 and 35,
Gatineau Front	
13th June, 1S74.   By Algonquin Indians.   Four acres of Lot 4, Desert
River Front   To be leased to S. B. Brock for a steam saw-mill.._	
18th Feb., 1878.   By Algonquii
leased
2nd Aug., 1886.   By Algonquin Indians.
Range, near Maniwaki Villagi
Indians. Parts of certain Lots. To be
Five acres" of Lot VDesert Front
J" Part'of Lot "^Desert Front
26th Dec, 1887.   By Algonquin Indiai
Range (10,000 square feet).   To be lei	
2nd July, 1889.    By Algonquin Indians.    Old Twdia^ burying ground
(It^ acres).   Tobeleased....
23rd Aug., 1889.   Bv Algonquin Indians.   Half an acre of Lot 3, Desert
Front Range   To be leased..
23rd Aug., 1889.   By Algonquin Indians.   One acre of Lot 4, Desert Front j
Range.   To be leased.	
■Manyers Township, Durham County
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional surrender.     The
Township '.
Mara Township, Ontario County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indiai
Provisional surrender
is.    Pi
March Township, Carleton County—
31st May, 1819.    By Mississagua Indi
Township '	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory si
Township..... .*...
isional surrender.     The;
r.""The
Mariposa Township, Victoria County—
Sth Nov., 1818.    By  Chippewa  Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The]
Township	
Markham Township, York County—
23rd Sep., 1787.    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part.
of Township...."	
1st Aug., 1805.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part
of Township..     	
Markland, Hon. George Herchmer—
_ 18th May, 183L Bv Catherine Claus, John Johnson Claus and Warren
Clans. Part of Moulton Township, Haldimand County (30,800 acres).
For Six Nation Indians.	
6th .Time, 1831. By John Johnson Claus. Lots 12.15 and 18, Com 4, Lots
13,14,15,16,18 and 25, Com 5, Lots 14,15,17,18 and 19, Com 6, East
Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County.   For Six Nation Indians ... I
6th June, 1831. By John Johnson Claus. Lots 16,18,19. 21 and south M
of 14, Com 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe County. For Six Nation
Indians I
6th June, 1831. By Catherine Claus. Lots 13,14, 15,16,18 and 20, Con.
3, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County. For Six Nation
Indians	
19th Apr., 1834. Grant by Lt-Gov. Colborne. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (1,120 acre= j.   For a general reserve	
10th Mar.. 1836. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 7, Con. 2, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland Countv.   For Mississagua Indians	
9th Apr., 1836. By James Givins. Lot 9, Com 10, Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County.   For Mississagua Indians   .
3rd June, 1844. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20, Com 3, Lots 12,15 and 18,
Com 4, Lots 13, 14, 15, 17,18 and 19, Con- 6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County ; Lots 16,18, 19, 21 and south 4 of 14, Con. 4,
Innisfil Township, Simcoe County.   For Six Nations Indians.	
29th Apr., 1845. Twenty acres of Lot 3, Com 10, Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County.    For Mississagua Indians.. '
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Markland, Hon. Grorge Herchmer—Continued.
31st Jan., 1856.   Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough County.
For Mississagua Indians.	
Marmora Township, Hastings County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township   -	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Maryborough Township, Wellington County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Th<
Township  	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Mattawatchan Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township     	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part
of Township	
Medonte Township, Simcoe County—
17th-18th Nov., 1815,   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township	
26th Nov., 1836.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   High
road through Township   	
Melancthon Township, Dufferin County—
17th Oct.,   1818.   By   Chippewa  Indians.
Township	
Provisional surrender.   The
Meredith Township, Algoma District—
10th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township..
Mersea Township, Essex County-
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewi
Indians.   The Township...
Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wvandott
Metcalfe Township, Middlesex County—
9th Mar.,  1819.   By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional  surrender.     The
Township   ..
9th  May,   1820.    By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   The
Township	
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Methuen Township, Peterborough County—
5th  Nov.,   1818.. By  Chippewa  Indians.
Township   .'	
Meyer, James—
28th Jan., 1881. By Robert Henry Bethune and Rev. Edward Riddell
Roberts. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (1,120
acres).   For New England Company	
6th July, 18S8. Part of Otonabee .Township, Peterborough County (1,120
acres)   ...
• mlchilimakinak island, straits of mackinaw,  between lakes huron
and Michigan—
See "Mackinaw Island."
and Wellington Townships, Kent
and Welii'ngton Townships;' Kent
Micmac Indlans—
3rd Sep., 1870.    Parts of St Mary's
County, N.B	
24th Apr., 1871.     Parts of St. Man-
County, N.B	
?th Dec, 1874.   By William Ives.  •Eighty-nine   acres between Fish'<
Grant and Boat Harbour, Egerton Township, Pictou Countv, N.S
28th June, 1876.   By James Gillis Sproull.   Eleven acres between Fisher's
Grant and Boat Harbour,  Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S.
To exchange with Micmae Indians	
28th July, 1876.   Sixteen acres between Fisher's Grant and Boat Harbour,
Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S.    To exchange with James
Gillis Sproull	
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48
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18
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229
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281
25
58
20
48
186
98
260
244
122
280
123
281
142
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73
160
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ItxxAC Indlans—Continued.
1st Sep., 1876.    Six islands at mouth of Middle River, Wagadmatcook,
"Victoria County, C.B., N.S •.	
20th Aug., 1877.   By Philip McDonald.   Six islands at mouth of Middh
River, Wagadmatcook, Victoria County, C.B., N.S	
29th Aug., 1879.   Certain Lots in Weldford Parish, Kent County, N.B..
1st Dec, 1888.   By Robert P. Fraser.   Certain land between Fisher's
.   Giant and Boat Harbour, Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S ..
Kiddle Island, near mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie—
20th Jam, 1870.   By Chippewa, Ottawa and Pottawattamie Indians	
IElddle River, Wagadmatcook, Victorlv County, C.B., N.S.—
Ist Sep., 1876.   Bv Micmae Indians.   Six islands at mouth	
20th Aug., 1877. "By Philip McDonald. Six islands at mouth. For Mic
mac Indians   .
Middle Sister Island., near mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erte—
See "Sister Islands."
3&DDLETON Township, Norfolk County—
7th Dec, 1792. By Mississagua Indians. The Township. To Lt Gov
Simcoe	
"WrTT.ru Township, Frontenac County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township   	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Mesden Township, Haltburton County—
Sth Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. The
Township   	
Mesto Township, Wellington County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.
" Part of Township   	
10th Jury, 1827. By Chippewa Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The
Township 	
IDsstssagua Indians—
23rd Sep., 1787. Provisional surrender. Etobicoke, York and Vaughan
Townships and parts of King, Whitchurch and Markham, York Count
7th Dec, 1792. Lincoln County except Niagara Township ; Saltfleet,
Binbrook, Barton, Glanford and Ancaster Town3hiDs, Wentworth
County; Brantford, Onondaga, Tuscarora, Oakland* and Burford
Townships, Brant County ; East and West Oxford, North and South
Norwich and Dereham Townships, Oxford County; North Dorchester
Township, Middlesex County; South Dorchester, Malahide and Bay
ham Townships, Elgin County; all Norfolk and Haldimand Counties ,
Pelharn, Warnfleet Thorold, Cumberland and Humberstone Townships, Welland County.   To Lt Gov. Simcoe	
24th Oct, 1795.    Part of Nelson Township, Halton County (3,450 a
21st Aug., 1797.   Part of Nelson Township, Halton County (3,450 acres)...
1st Aug., 1805. Confirmatory surrender. Etobicoke, York and Vaughan
Townships, and parts of King, Whitchurch and Markham, York County
2nd Aug., 1805. Provisional surrender. Part of Toronto Township, Peel
County, and parts of Trafalgar and Nelson Townships, Halton County
5th-6th Sep., 1806. Confirmatory surrender. Part of Toronto Township, Peel County, and parts of Trafalgar and Nelson Townships,
Halton County	
5th-6th Aug., 1816. Part of Thurlow Township, Hastings County, at
mouth of Moira River, Bay of Quinte (428 acres)	
28th Oct, 1818. Provisional surrender. West Garafraxa, Era mosa and
Erin Townships, Wellington County; East Garafraxa Township, Duff-
I erin County; Caledon and Albion Townships, part of Chinguacousy,
Gore and part of Toronto Township, Peel County; Esquesing and
Nasagaweya Townships, and parts of Nelson and Trafalgar, Halton
County. .' 	
31st May, 1819.    Provisional surrender.    Storbolton, Fitzroy, Huntley
March and Goulbourn Townships, Carleton County ; Pakenham, Ram
sey,   Beckwith,   Drummond,   Lanark,   Darling,   Lavant, Dalhousie
-   Bathurst,and North and South Sherbrooke Townships, Lanark County
;; Pembroke, Stafford. Westwater, Ross. Bromley, Admaston, Horton^
McNab, Bagot and BHthfield Townships, and part of Mattawatchan,
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Mississagua Indians—Continued.
Renfrew County ; Oso, Olden, Kenebec, Barrie, Clarendon, Palmerston,
.Miller and South Canon to Townships, and part of North Canon to,
Frontenac County; Kaladar, Anglesea, Effingham and Abinger Townships, and parts of Denbigh and Ashby, Addington County; Marmora,
Madoc, Elzevir, Grimsthorpe, Tudor," Lake, Wollaston, Limerick and.
Cashel Townships, Hastings County	
28th Feb., 1820. Part of Trafalgar Township, Halton County (2,540 acres),
and part of Toronto Township, Peel County (6.200 acres),...  	
28th Feb., 1820.   Part of Toronto Township, Peel County (2,000 acre*)	
28th Nov., 1822. Confirmatory surrender. Storbolton, Fitzrov, Huntley,!
March and Goulbourn Townships, Carleton County; Pakenham,
Ramsey, Beckwith, Drummond, Lanark, Darling, Lavant, Dalhousie,
'Bathurst, and North and South Sherbrooke Townships.Lanark County;
Pembroke, Stafford, Westwater, Ross, Bromley, Admaston, Horton,
McNab, Bagot and Blithfield Townships, and part of Mattawatchan,
Renfrew County; Oso, Olden, Kenebec, Barrie, Clarendon, Palmerston,
Miller and South Canonto Townships, and part of North Canonto.j
Frontenac County; Kaladar, Anglesea, Effingham and Abinger Town-j
ships, and parts of Denbigh and Ashby, Addington County; Marmora, j
Madoc, Elzevir, Grimsthorpe, Tudor, Lake, Wollaston, Limerick and;
Cashel Townships, Hastings County   	
18th Nov., 1833.   Big Island, Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario	
15th Dec, 1835. Lots 28, 29, 30 and 31, on Bay of Quinte, in front of Com
1, Thurlow Township, Hastings County |
10th Mar., 1836. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 17, Con. 2, Alnwick j
Township, Northumberland County. To Hon. John Henry Dunn,j
Hon. George Herchmer Markland and William Hepburn	
9th Apr., 1836. By James Givins. Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township,
Peterborough County -.      	
25th May, 1836. Lots 18,19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 on Wolfe Lake, Com!
9, Lots 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26 and 28, Con. 10, Lots 22, 23 and 24, j
Con. 11, Bedford Township, Frontenac Countv  ."	
15th June, 1838. Wahboose or Waupoos Island, Prince Edward or South
Bay, Marysburgh Township, Prince Edward County |
8th Feb., 1839. By George Steele and Charles George Buller. Lots 4 and;
5, South Con., Otonabee Township, Peterborough County j
8th Nov., 1841. By Canada Company. Lot 15, Con. 2, Alnwick Town-
' ship, Northumberland County j
17th May, 1842. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 13, Con. 1, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland County,   To Samuel Peters Jarvis......    j
3rd Aug,, 1842. By George Strange Boulton. Lot IS, Con. 1, Alnwick!
Township, Northumberland County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis j
12th July, 1843. By George Strange Boulton. Lot 6, Con. 2, Alnwick
Township, Northumberland County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis  j
3rd Nov., 1843. By James Henderson. Lots 6 and 7, Con. 11, Lots 7 and|
8, Com 12, Cartwrieht Township, Durham County	
20th Feb., 1845. By Samuel Peters Jarvis. Lot 7 and west i of 16, Con. 2, \
Alnwick Township, Northumberland County; Lots 4 and 5, Con. 10,
Otonabee Township, Peterborough County    J
29th Apr., 1845. By Horn John Henry Dunn, Hon. George Herchmeri
Markland and William Hepburn. Twenty acres of Lot 3, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough County	
31st Jan., 1856. By Hon. George Herchmer Markland and William Hep-'
burn.   Lot 9, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough County j
19th June, 1856. Islands in Bay of Quinte and Wellers Bay, Lake Ontario,
and in St Lawrence River	
24th June, 1856.   All islands in Rice Lake previously unceded |.
5th Dec., 1S70. By Canada Company. Lot 11, Com 1, Alnwick Township,]
Northumberland County i
29th Sep., 1875. Lots 11 to 16 inclusive, and 18 and 19, Con. 1, Lots 6 to
17 inclusive except 10, Con. 2, Alnwick Township, - Northumberland1
County.   To be leased !
9th May, 1879. Lots 6 and 7, Con. 11, Scugog Township, Ontario County.
To be leased	
15th Dec, 18S2. Part of Lot 7," Con. 11, Scugog Township, Ontario County
(II acres) ?.?	
24th Dec, 1883. Lot 4, Hiawatha Villaga, Otonabee Township, Peter-!
borough County.   To be leased for benefit of Bessie McCue.   ....
24th Oct., 1887.   Parts of Lots 6 and 9, Com 10, Otonabee Township, Pe
borough County.   To be leased	
18th Jan., 1889. Part of Lot 6, Con. 10, Otonabee Township, Peterborough
County.   Tobeleased	
Mississagua River, Algoma District—
See " Cobden " awl " Thompson " Townships. M—(Continued.)
Mohawk Indians—
1st Apr., 1793.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Sin
ings County -	
20th July, 1820.   Part of  Tyendenaj
oe.   Tyendenaga Township, Hast
, Township, Hastings County (52
square miles),
23rd Dec, 1835. North-west part of Tyendenaga Township, Hastings
County (27,857 acres)	
20th Jan., 1836.   Parts of Lots 33, 34 and 35, near Bay of Quinte, Tyend
aga Township, Hastings County.   For Church of England church,]
burying ground and glebe    	
15th Apr., 1843.   Part of Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County	
11th July, 1S46. Parts of Lots 5 and 6, including street allowances, Con.
L south of the road, Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County. To
Earl of Cathcart, Governor.	
12th Jam, 1847. Grant by Earl of Cathcart, Governor. Parts of Lots 5
and 6, including street allowances, Com 1, south of the road, Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County. To George Vardon, Thomas Gom-
mersell Anderson and Joseph B. Clench	
8th Nov., 1850. By George Vardon, Thomas Gommersell Anderson and
Joseph B. Clench. Parts of Lots 5 and 6. including street allowances,
Com 1, south of the road, Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County..
4th July, 1856. Eighteen acres of Lot 4, Con. 2, Tyendenaga Township,
Hastings County -	
9th Feb., 1857. Part of Keppel Township^ Grey County. Chippewa
Indians to receive benefit of sale. 	
8th May, 1883. Part of Lot 38, Com 3 or A, Deseronto Village, Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County (35 acres 3 roods)	
12th Slay, 1885. Lot 36 and w-est A of 37, Con. 1, Tyendenaga Township,
Hastings County.   To be leased	
17th May, 1889. Three acres on corner of Brant and Thomas streets,
Deseronto Village, Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County. For a
high school.
MoiRA River, Thurlow Township, Hastings County—
See " Thurlow Township."
Monaghan Township, North, Peterborough County—
Sth Nov. 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. The
Township	
Monaghan Township, South,_Northumberland County—
Sth Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. Th
Township.  	
Monck, Viscount, Governor General—
7th July, 1868. - Declaration of Trust. A block of land on Peltier River,
near Garden River, Algoma District For a grist mill to be erected by
Jesuits	
_ Monmouth Township, Haliburton County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
.    Township   	
Mono Township, Dcfferln County—
17th Oct, 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.
Township	
Provisional surrender.    The
Montagnais Indians—
25th June, 1869. The whole of Com 1, 2 and 3, Lots 6 to 21, inclusive, .in
Com 4, 5 and 6, and the whole of Con. 7 and 8, Ouiatchouau Township,
Chicoutirni County	
Montreal & "Lake Champlain Railway Company—
15th Apr., 1867.   Official description of right of way through Sault St.
Louis Parish, Laprairie County -.  	
Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan District, N.W.T.—
11th Feb., 1889.   By Cree Indians.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6, including
also 11,066 square miles north of Treaty No. 6..	
Moore Township, Lambton County—
26th Apr.,  1825.     By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Thi
Township     -  ...
18th Aug., 1843.   By Chippewa Indians.   One mile along St Clair Rive
by four miles inland	
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Moore Township Corporation—
6th May, 1885.   By Chipjxjwa Indians.   One acre of Lot 5, Range 5, Sarnia
Township, Lambton County.   To be leased for gravel pit	
Moravian or Delaware Indians—
25th Oct., 1836.   Part of Zone Township, Kent County	
9th April and 15th May, 1857.   Parts of Zone and Orford Townships, Kent
County	
13th Nov., 1882. Lot on farm of Israel Peters on which a church is erected,
Orford Township, Kent County.   For Synod of Diocese of Huron |
■ender.    The
MORNINGTON TOWNSHIP, PERTH COUNTY—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisions
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township v 	
Morris, Hon. Alexander, Lieutenant Governor—
3rd Oct, 1873.   By Saultaux or Chippewa Indians.   Treaty No. &   Parts
of Manitoba and Thunder Bay, Rainy River and Keewatin Districts...
15th Sep., 1874.    By Cree and Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.   Treaty
No. 4.   Parts of Manitoba and Assiniboia and Saskatchewan Districts.
20th-24th Sep., 1875.   By Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.   Treaty No. 5.
Parts of Manitoba and Keewatin and Saskatchewan Districts	
22nd-28th Aug., and 9th Sep., 1876.     By Cree Indians.   Treaty No. 6.
Parts of Saskatchewan, Assiniboia and Alberta Districts, N.W .T '
Morris Township, Huron County
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippev
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory
.   Township .:
, Indians.    Provisio
al   surrender.   The
render.   The
Morrison Township, Muskoka District-
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indf
Township...	
251
47
8S-833 I
199 I
274 |
29
131-132
13.3 I
149A
157A
115
215-217
ns.   Provisional surrender.   Part of!
..      : I
The
Mosa Township, Middlesex County—
9th Mar., 1819.     By Chippewa  Indians.     Provisional sun
Township |
9th  May, 1820.   By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender. . The]
4 Township j
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa  Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The;
Township	
Moulton Township, Haldimand County—
25th Oct., 1784.    Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Induras.   The Township.   To Lt. Gov.
Simcoe	
. 14th Jan., 1793.   Grant by Lt Gov. Simcoe.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians ."	
5th Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
18th May, 183L- By Catherine Caus, John Johnson Claus and Warren
Claus.   Part of Township (30,800 acres).   To Hon. James Baby, Hon.
John Henry Dunn and Hon. George Herchmer Markland.   For Six
Nation Indians	
Sth Feb., 1834.   By Six Nation Indians.   Part of Township	
Mud or Chemung Lake—
See " Ennismore " and '
Smith " Townships.
Mglmur Township, Dufferin County—
17th Oct, 1818.   By  Chippewa Indians.
Township	
visional  surrender.   The
Munsee Indians—
26th Sep., 1862. Timber on part of Caradoc Township, Middlesex County..
Muskeg Lake, about twenty miles west of Carleton, Saskatchewan Dis-I
trict, N.W.T.—
17th Jan., 1888.   By Petequakey's Band.   Forty acres '
Muskoka Island, Lake Simcoe—
See " Fox Island."
21
2804
106
3
4
10
65
38
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Muskoka Township, Muskoka District
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indii
Township	
M—(Continued.)
Provisional surrender.   Part of
N.
Nasagaweya Township, Halton County—
.   28th Oct, 1818.   By Mississagua India
Township.. ,
Provisional surrender.   The
Neebino Township, Thunder Bay District—
Sth July, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   Five thousand acres. *	
Nelson Township, Halton County—
24th Oct, 1795.   By Mississagua Indians.   Three thousand four hundred
and fifty acres  	
121st Aug., 1797.    By Mississagua Indians.   Three thousand four hundred
and fifty acres  I
2nd Aug., 1805.    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township
5th-6th. Sep., 1806.     By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.
Part of Township
21st Oct, 1818.    By Mississagua India
Township  ...
Provisional surrender.   Part of
New Brunswick—
2nd Aug., 1779.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Hughes.   Five hundred acres on St
John River; also Indian Island, and four acres at St. Ann's Point.
To Malecite Indians	
See also " StMarya " and " Wellington " Townships and " Weld-
ford Parish "	
New England Company—
3rd Apr., 1837. Grant by Lt-Gov. Head. Lots 16, 17, 18 and part of
19, Com 12, parts of Lots 18,19 and 20, Lot 21, and parts of 22, 23 andj
24, Com 14, Smith Township, Peterborough Countv.	
28th Jan., 1881. By Robert Henry Bethune and Rev. Edward Riddellj
Roberts, retiring trustees. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough I
County (1,120 acres). To Horn Amos E. Botsford, James Hall, James
Meyer and George Morrice Roger, new trustees J
6th July, 1888. By Rev. Edward Riddell Roberts, Horn Amos E. Botsford, Elihu Burritt Edwards, James Mever and George Morrice Roger,
trustees. Part of Otonabee Township^ Peterborough County (1,120
acres) ;,...
Nichol Township, Wellington County—
25th Oct, 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
14th Jan., 1793.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Simcoe   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians I
15th Jam, 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Townshi]
5th Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township
Nipissing District—
14th Aug., 1868.   By Chippe
shore of Lake Nipissing	
Nipissing Indians—
17th June,' 1839.    Kettle Island and land on Ottawa Ri\
Order-in-CounciC and other land granted instead	
Nipissing Lake-
See "Lake Nipissing."
Nbsouei j
Timber on reserve on north
Tow
dr Ju
Tow-
HP, East, Oxford County—
825.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The
(27.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The[
[■Township, West, Middlesex County—
Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional  surrender.
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory I
Township	
19
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Northern Railway Company-
Right of way through Rama!
North Harbour Island, near mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie—
20th Jan., 1870.   By Chippewa, Pottawattamie and Ottawa Indians	
North-West Territories— ,    , _
13th Jan., 1878.   By William Elias Jones.   South-east J* of Section 19,
Township 16, Range 23.   For a trail or road	
See also "Alberta," "Assiniboia" and "Saskatchewan
" Treaties Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6 " and " 7."
Districts
Norwich Township, North, Oxford County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   ToLt-Gov.j
Norwich Township, South, Oxford County— «   -
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov.
Simcoe	
Provisional surrender.   The
Nottawasaga Township, Simcoe County—
17th Oct, 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.
Township.   To Lt-Gov. Simcoe	
Nova Scotia—
15th Dec, 1725.   By Indians of Nova Scotia.   Treaty of Peace 	
23th July, 1727.   By Indians of Nova Scotia.   Treaty of Peace	
15th Aug., 1749.   By Indians of Nova Scotia.   Treaty of Peace	
19th Feb., 1880.   By Albert A. Webster.   Land at Cambridge, Kin
County (9J acres)	
See also "Egerton Township," "Middle River," "Sydney River," "Truro:
Township," " Wagadmatcook " and " Yarmouth Township."
Nova Scotia Government—
28th Apr., 1882.    Land ■
Breton County, N. S.
uth-west branch of Sydney River, Cape
o.
Oakland Township, Brant County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov
.   Simcoe	
Oakley Township, Muskoka District—
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part o
Township	
'Ojibbewa Indians— K#c*&£
See " Chippewa Indians."
Oka, Lake of Two Mountains—
See " Lake of Two Mountains."
Olden Township, Frontenac County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.    Provisional surrendei
Township    '	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrendei
Township	
The
'The'
Oneida Indians—
7th Oct., 1840. By Hon. John Hamilton, David Gilkison and Archibald
Gilkison, executors of William Gilkison. Lot 24, broken Con. A, on
Thames River, Lots 24, Con. B and C, and front or westerly part of
Lot 24, Con. D, Delaware Township, Middlesex Countv    I
9th Oct, 1840. By Charles Baby. Lot 20, Con. C, Delaware Township,!
Middlesex County   	
26th Nov., 1840. By Michael C. Macnamara. Lot 22, Con. D., Delaware
Township, Middlesex County j
21st July, 1841. By John Harris. Lots 18, Con. C and D, Delaware!
Township, Middlesex County	
14th Sep., 1841. By Hon. Charles E. Casgrain. Lot 20 and west £ of 21, j
Con. B, Lot 16, Con. D, with broken fronts, Delaware Township,
Middlesex County   j
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O—(Continued.)
No.
Page.
!  Vol.
Oneida India?
d.
12th Mar.,
1842.   :
Jv C
anada Company.   Lots 21 s
md 23. Con C, Delaware
Towns
iip, Mi.
ex County	
234
191
8th Mar., 1
844.   B
rWi
lliani Salmon    Lot 19 Con
.C.Delaware Township,
Middh
sex Cou
ntv
231
181
2nd June,
844.   B
vCl
larles and William Babv.
Lot "v* and broken front
of 17,
?on. C,
t<ot
17. Con. D, Delaware Towi
iship. Middlesex County
232
182
20th Dec.,
184S.    1
wa
ist h Of 21, Con B, Dela-
lis
To
8th Mar., 1867. By Ontario Government Lots 20 and 23, Con. D, Dela-'
ware Township, Middlesex County   !
17th Jan., 1872. Parts of Lots 19 && of an acre) ami 20 (5£& acres), Con.!
A, parts of Lots 20 (8£& acres) and 21 (lftfe acres). Con. B, parts of!
Lots 21 (7^& acres) and 22 (3^ acres), Con. C, and parts of Lots 22
(2^ acres) and 23 (6 acres), Con. D, Delaware Township. Middlesex-
County.   Right of wav of Canada Southern Railway j
18th Aug., 1882. Agreement to lease to A. C. Stone and others shooting
privilege over reserve in Delaware Township, Middlesex County	
11th June, 1887. By Ontario Government. Lot 23, Com B, Delaware
Township, Middlesex County I
Oneida Township, Haldimand County—
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
7th Dec, 1792   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov.
Simcoe     |
14th Jan., 1793.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Simcoe.    The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
21st Sep., 1865.   By Six Nation Indians.    Part of Township.   For a
public road     I
Onondaga Township, Brant County—
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Toi
Nation Indians	
7th Dec., 1792. . By Mississagua Indians.   The Townshii
Simcoe	
14th Jan., 1793.    Grant by Lt-Gov.   Simcoe.   The Township.   To Si
Nation Indians	
Ontario Government—
8th Mar., 1867.   Lots 20 and 23, Con D, Delawar
County.   For Oneida Indians	
7th Sep., 1873.   Lots 3 to 10, inclusive, Con. 10, Soi
Renfrew County.   For Algonquin Indians	
21st Dec, 1877. ^ Lots 34 and 35, Con. 5, Shawanaga
District.    For Chippewa Indians	
11th June, 1887.   Lot 23, Con B, Delaware Townsl
For Oneida Indians     	
127
296
197
121
240
205
106
251
3
5
4
9
105
250
iip.   To Six
foLt.Gov".!
[bwnship, Middlesex!
I llgona Township, |
wnship," Parry Sound1
[ "Middlesex" County".
Ops Township, Victorla County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional   surrender.    Thej
Township	
Orford Township, Kent County—
19th May, 1790.    By Chippewa, Ottawa, ;Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township ..    i
9th Apr. and 15th May, 1857.   By Moravian Indians.   Part of Township.!
13th Nov., 1882.   By Moravian Indians.   Lot on Israel Peters' farm, on'
which a church is erected.   For Synod of Diocese of Huron   !
191
300
106
205
>-217
124
Ojui.i
T«
No
i Nov., 1836. Bj
road through To^
Mar., 1851?  Bv xliii
O— (Contini
ted.)
No.
Page
Oro T
17t
a-ihd, NovM 1815.    By Chippewa Indii
ns.   The Township	
16    j
42-4.
Osbok?
12t
i"Feb., 1848.   Parts of Lots 3 and 6.
Ontario County.    To Thomas Gominf
_Indians    	
rWNSHiP, Frontenac County—
t May, 181 «).    By Mississagua Indian
Front Con., Rama Tow
rsell Anderson.    For Chi
s.    Provisional surrender.
The
58 ;
13>
Oso T<
28t
h Nov., 1822."' By Mi^'issagua Indians'.
Township
Confirmatory surrender.
The
274
g.
OsOOYr
,     See
s Division, Yale District, B.C.-
" Yale District."
-
O.SPREI
17t
Township, Grey County—
h Oct., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians
Township	
Provisional' surrender.
The
IS
*
Otona
See
see River—
"Otonabee Township."
Otona
Sth
iee Township, Peterborough County-
Nov., 1818.     By Chippewa Indians.
Township.	
Provisional surrender.
The
20
|
*th Apr., 1834. Grant bv Lt.-Gov. Colborne. Eleven hundred andj
twentv acres on Rice Lake and Otonabee River. To Rev. Richard:
Scott,"Rev. Alexander Bethune, Charles Anderson, Charles- Rubidge'
and Hon. George Herchmer Markland.    For a general reserve       !
it Mar., 1836.   Bv Canada Company.   Lot 9, Con. 10.   To James Givins..
h Apr., 1S34. By James Givins". Lot 9, Con. 10. To Hon. John!
Henry Dunn, Hon. George Herchmer Markland and William Hepburn.!
h Feb   1839?   %v John Steele and'Charles George Buller   ' Lot's" 4 and!
5, South Con. * To Samuel Peters Jarvis. For Mississagua Indians... j
fch Feb., 1845.   Bv Samuel Peters Jarvis.    Lots 4 and 5, Con. 10.    For!
Mississagua Indians     !
kh  Apr., 1845.    Bv Hon. John Henry Dunn, Hon.  George Herchmer1
Markland and William Hepburn.  "Twentv acres of Lot 3, Con. 10.
For Mississagua Indians ".  	
1st Jan., 1856.    Bv Hon. George Herchmer Markland and William Hep-!
burn.    Lot 9, Con. 10.   For Mississagua Indians !
hh Jan.,  1881.   Bv Robert Henry Bethune and Rev. Edward Riddeli
24t
24t
Roberts.   Ele
bee River.    T(
George Morric
hDec., 18S3.    1
be leased for b
hOct, 1SS7.   I
ren" hundred a
> Hon. Amos
3v Mississagu
.nefit of Bessi
y Mississagu:
nd twentv acres on Rice Lake and Otona-!
E. Botsfo'rd, James Hall, Jam< b Meyer and'
- New England Company '.   	
a Indians.    Lot 4, Hiawatha Village.    To!
eMcCue  j
i Indians.   Parts of Lots 6 and 9, Con. 10.!
6th
18t
July, 18S8.   1
ford, Elihu Bu
Eleven hundn
For New Engl
h Jan., 1889.   I
leaded
v Rev."Edw-a
rritt Edward
ed and twent
gits?
rd Riddell Roberts, Hon. Amos E. Bots-
, James Merer and George Morrice Roger,
y acres on Rice Lake and Otonabee River..
i Indians."' Part of" Lot 6, Ccn  10  ' To be
Ottaw.
lot
i Indians-
i May, 1786.    _
vnderdon To
vnship and part of  West Sandwich, Essex'
19t
kMayr1790.   1
Sssex Countv
h;   Kent Co
except AndErdoa T.v.- uir. and i art .f
unty except Zone Township and Gores of'
parts of South
Dorchester a
^MaXulo^ln MidSl!■"■" clumy^ela-'
1 We
; 1800.    Pa
I
I
I
I
>    I
II
II
II
II
II
. River, Lake Er O—(Continued.)
No        Page.
Ottawa River—
17th June,. 1839.   Kettle Island and land on Ottawa River assumed byi
Order-in -Council, and other land granted instead	
OUIATCHOUAN TOWNSHIP,  ChICOUTIMI COUNTY—
25th June, 1869.   By Montagnais Indians.   The "whole of Con. 1, 2 and 3;]
Lots 6 to 21, inclusive, in Con. 4, 5 and 6; and the whole of Con. 7 and 8.
Ouse or Grand River—
See" Grand River."
Oxford Township, East, Oxford County-
7th Dec, 1792.   -By Mississagua Indian
Simcoe	
The Township.   To Lt-Gov.
.ship.
Oxford Township, North, Middlesex County—
7th Sep., 1796.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of To^
Oxford Township, West, Oxford County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov,
Simcoe	
Pakenham Township, Lanark County
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.    Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township J
Palmer, Henry—
7th Apr., 1859.   Grant by Prince Edward Island Government   Part of
Township Thirty-nine, Prince Edward Island (204 acres) •	
Palmerston- Township, Frontenac County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Papushquan Island, Lake Simcoe—
See " Peperschwang Island."
Parker, Rachel—
29th Aug., 1837.   By Six Nation Indians.   South i of Lot 51, Con.
Brantford Township, Brant County	
Parry Lsland,Parry Sound, District—
24th Sep., 1871.    By Chippewa Indians.   Timber.	
Patentanassin Island, between Lakes Huron and Superior—
See "St Joseph Island."
Peach Island, Detroit River—
21st July, 1857.   By Chippewa Indians	
Peel Township, Wellington County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.
Township       ...
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.
Township	
Pbigak Indian
22nd
N.W.T
Part of
Part of
1887.   Treaty No. 7.   Parts of Assiniboia and Alberta Districts,
Pklham Township, Welland County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   To Lt.-Gov. Simcoe	
Peltier River, near Garden River, Algoma District—
9th July, 1867.     By Chippewa  Indians.     A block of land for a grist
null to be erected by Jesuits     	
7th July, 1868.    By Lord Monck, Governor General.   Declaration of Trust
A block of land for a grist mill to be erected by Jesuits.	
27J
111
110
27i
63
194
116
164
63
85
220
27£
65
29
71
n
h
ii
i
iWgglBPilHjM-
P^^^PB^a^^MiMMIIlIM It
P—(Continued.)
No.
Page
VoL
Pembroke Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819.    By Mississagua In<
Township	
Lians.   Provisional surrender.   The
.27
62
I
'     28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indi
ans.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
27*
63
I
Pknetanguishene, Tiny Township, Simco
See " Tiny Township."
e County—
Pennefather Township, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.    By Chippewa Indians.   The Township.... 	
91 (A)
227
I
Prperschwang or Papushquan Island, L
5th June, 1856.   By Chippewa Indians
ake Simcoe—
76
203
I
Peters, Israel—
13th Nov., 1882.     By Moravian Ind
Township, Kent County, on whic
of Diocese of Huron	
ans.    Lot on his farm in   Orford
h a church is erected.   For Synod
199
124
n
Phillips, Jacques—
9th Nov., 1887.   Lot opposite church
Parish, Laprairie County.   For a s
at Caughnawaga, Sault St. Louis
.chooL.	
241
206
n
Pierrevillk Parish, Yamaska County—
4th July, 1868.   By Abenakis Indians.
ville and St Francois de Sales..
8th Jan., 188L    By Abenakis Indians.
ville and St Francois de Sales	
Certain land in Villages of Pierre-
Certain land in Villages of Pierre
114
180
269
89
i
n
PiLKiNGTON Township, Wellington County	
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
106
4
9
10
251
9
23
25
i
14th Jan., 1793.    Grant by Lt.  Gov.
Simcoe.   The Township.   To Six
i
15th Jan., 1798.   By Six Nation Indiar
Sth Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indiai
is.   TheTownship	
is.   The Township	
i
i
Platter, Hannah—
4th Jan., 1843.   Lot 10, Con.  1, Lots
9 and 10, Front Con., Southwold
65}
156
203
65
71
142.
i
N       I
I
I
n
Plum Island, Lake Simcoe—
76
27i
29
207
Plympton Township, Lambton County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa  Ind
ans. "Provisional surrender.    The
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa India
ns.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Point Gbondine or Grumbling Point,
Algoma District -
31st May, 1883.   By Chippewa Indians
south of Humboldt Township
.   Timber	
Pottawattamie Indians—
19th May, 1X90.   Essex County except Anderdon Township and part of
West Sandwich ; Kent County except Zone Township and Gores of
Chatham and Camden ; Elgin "County except Bayham Township and
parts of South Dorchester and Malahide ; in Middlesex County, Delaware and Westminster Townships and part of North Dorchester	
Uth Sep., 1800.   Part of Anderdon Township, Essex County (2,412 acres
12
121
144
' 209
24S
.    1
30
278
145
221
i
i
i
ii
ii
ii
20th Jan., 1870.   Middle Sister Island,
North Harbour Island,  East Sis
mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie
17th June, 1875.   Grassy Bend Marsh
Island, Lake St. Clair.   For shooti
28th Dec, 1883.   Land on Walpole IsL-i
George Tennant for a mill and doc
5th Jan., 18S8.   Marshes on south part
(4,000 acres)..   To be leased for shot
Hen and Chickens or Bird Islands,
ter Island and Middle Island, near
"on" Walpole Island,"also "Sqiiirreli
nd,Lafce St." Clair:" "TobeYeaVed to
k_	
of Walpole Island j lake St" Clair
,ting grounds.	 Prince Edward Island—
7th Apr., 1859. Grant by Prince Edward Island Government. Part of!
Township Thirty-nine (204 acres). To Henty Palmer and Theophilus
Stewart, Indian Commissioners. ".     |
Prince Edward Island Gov ernment—
7th Apr., 1859.   Part of Townshi
(204 acres).   To Henry- Palmer I
missioners	
Thirty-nine, Prince Edward Islai
id Theophilus Stewart, Indian Coi
Proton Township, Grey County—
17th  Oct., 1818.   By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender."   The;
Township 	
Pumpkin Island, Lake Coucheching—
5th June, 1856.    By Chippewa Indians.
Q.
Quinte, Bay of. Lake Ontario—
See " Bay of Quinte."
Quebec Government—
13th Mar., 1877.    Lots 27, 28 and 29, Ran^e 12, Whitworth Township,
Temiscouata County.   For Amalecite Indians.	
R.
Rainh am Township, Haldimand County—
7th Dec., 1792. By Mississagua Indians. The Township. To Lt Gov
Simcoe j
Rainy River District—
8th Oct, 1886.   Bv Chippewa Indians.   Sultana Island. Lake of the Woods.!.
6th June, 1889.    By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Reserve " 3SB,'" near Rat'
Portage, Lake of the Woods (2,983 acres).	
See also "Treaty No. 3."
Raleigh Township, Kent County—
19th May, 1790. By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township	
Rama Township, Ontario County—
Sth Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. Thei
Township    |
29th Nov., 1843. By Hon. William Benjamin Robinson. Lots 26, 27 and!
46, Front Com on Lake Coucheching, Lots 15 and 16, Com 6, and Lot
16, Com 7.   For Chippewa Indians	
20th Feb., 1845.   By Samuel Peters Jarvis.   Lots 6, 9,10,17, 32 and parts
of 7, 8 and 16, Front Con., Lot 25, Con. 1; Lot 25 and parts of 23 and;
' 24, Com 2; Lots 19 and 25, Con. 3; Lots 19 and 20, Con. 4; and parts of j
Lots 19 and 20, Con. 5.   For Chippewa Indians	
12th Feb., 1848. By William Osborne. Parts of Lots 5 and 6, Front Con.
To Thomas Gommersell Anderson.   For Chippewa Indians	
26th Aug., 1875. By Chippewa Indians. Right of way of Northern Railway through Township	
10th Feb., 1876.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Lot 16, Con. 6 (116 acres).
18th Jan., 1877. By Chippewa Indians. Parts of Lots 16 and 17 on Lake
Coucheching. 	
14th Sep., 1885.    By Chippewa Indians.   Quarter of an acre of Lot
Front Range	
Lanark County—
By Mississagua Indiai
Ramsey Township,
*3tst May, 1811!
Township.
28th Nov., 1822
Township ;	
Rat Portage, Lake of the Woods, Rainy River District—
See " Lake of the Woods."
Red Deer River, Alberta District, N.W.T.—
See " Alberta District"
Rzd River, Manitoba—
See " Manitoba." feifij
Provisional surrender.    The|
Confirmatory surrender.   The
261
269
147
158 I
156
219
27*
47
203 j
246
258 I
48
222 I
129
138
11
50
33
160
n
ii
n
ii Robinson, Hon. William Benjamin—
29th Nov., 1843. Lots 26, 27 and 46, Front Con. on Lake Coucheching
Lots 15 and 16," Con. 6, and Lot 16, Con. 7, Rama Township, Ontario
County.   For Chippewa Indians     	
7th Sep., 1850. By Chippewa Indians. North shore of Lake Superior,
' including islands, from Batchewanaung Ray to Pigeon River and inland J
to height of land, except reserves mentioned, Algoma and Thunder
Bay Districts	
9th Sep., 1850. By Chippewa Indians. Eastern and northern shores oil
Lake Huron, including islands, from Penetanguishene to Batchewanaung Bay and inland to height of land, except reserves mentioned,!
Muskoka, Parry Sound, Nipissing and Algoma Districts	
Roger, George Morrice—
28th Jan., 18S1. By Robert Henrv Bethune and Rev. Henry Riddell
Roberts. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (1,120
acres).    For New England Company	
6th July, 1888. Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (1,120|
acres).   For New England Company	
Rogers, Benjamin—
10th Aug., 1849. Lots 21, 22, and 12 acres of north 4 of 20, Com 2, Town
send Township, Norfolk County; and south h of Lots 28 and 29, Con. 1,
Tuscarora Township, Brant County ; with mills, buildings, &c	
Rogebs, Reynold— -
10th Aug., 1849. Lots 21, 22, and 12 acres of north i of 20, Con. 2, Town-!
send Township, Norfolk County ; and south 4 of lots 28 and 29, Con. 1.
Tuscarora Township, Brant County; with mills, buildings, &c	
Romney Township, Kent County— -
19th May, 1790. By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott!
Indians.   The Township 	
Ross Township, Renfrew County-
31st May, 1819.   By Mississag
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua India
Township	
nder.    The
aider. "The!
Rubii>ge, Charles—
19th Apr., 1834.   fcrant by Lt.-Gov. Colborne.   Part of Otonabee Township, Peterborough County (1,120 acres).   For
Ruggles, Sarah—
4th Aug., 1826.   By Six Nation Indians.
River, Haldimand County	
ired acres on Grand xlviii
R— (Continued.)
>d of the Diocese—
Lots 25, 82 and 168, also 212 te
r County, Manitoba.	
Provisional surrender.    The
Ruperts Land, Syn
14th May, 1887.
Parish, Lisgs
Ryi»e Township, Muskoka District—
5th Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.
Township 	
ST.
St. Ann's Point, St. John Riter, N.B.—
2nd Aug., 1779.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Huges.   Four acres.   To Maleciti
Indians ".	
St. Clatr Lake—
See " Lake St Clair."
St. Clair River—
See " Keshebahahnelegoo Menesha Island," " Stag Island * and " Moose,'
'* Sarnia " and " Sombra " Townships.
St. Edmunds Township, Saugeen Peninsula, Bruce County—
9th Aug., 1836.   By Saugeen Indians.   The Township.    For a general
13th Oct, 1854.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township.
St. Francis River, Yamaska Countt—
4th July, 1868. By Abenakis Indians. Parts of the following islands:
Isle a I'Ail, Alexandre Gill, Atcombak, Pierrot aux Pins, aux Rapides,
Ronde, Rousseau, Sebastien or de la Maison, and five small islands lying
near Isle Simon	
See also "Pierreville Parish."
St. Fra
>e Sales, Pierreville Parish, Yamaska County-
rcois de Sales, Pi
Pierreville Parish.
St. John River, N.B.—
2nd Aug., 1779.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Hughes.
Indian Island and 4 acres at St Ann's Point.
Five hundred acres, also]
To Malecite Indians
St. Joseph, Cariboux or Payentanasstn Island, between Lakes Huron
and Superior—
30th June, 1798.   By Chippewa Indians	
St. Lawrence River—
19th June, 1856.   By Mississagua Indians.   Islands	
St. Louis Lake— " i
See "Lake St Louis." HPSSl
St. Mart River, Alberta District, N.W.T.—
* See "Alberta District."
St. Mary's Parish, York County, N.B.—
20th June, 1867.   Bv Thomas Hughes.   Part of Lot 22, Third Class, Letter]
C, opposite Fredericton	
St. Mart's Township, Kent County, N.B.—
3rd Sep., 1870.   By Micmae Indians.   Land on Big Buctouche River	
24th Apr., 1871.   By Micmae Indians.   Land on Big Buctouche River.....
St. Peter's Parish, Lisgar County, Man.—
7th Aug., 1875.   By Chippewa Indians.   Lots 236 to 246, inclusive	
14th May, 1887.   By Synod of Diocese of Ruperts Land.   Lots 25, 82, 168|
and 212 less 45 acres	
j Dundee Township, " Huntingdon County-
St. Reg
See " Dundee Township."
St. Sulpice Seminary—
17th Oct, 1717.   Grant by King of France.   Land at Lake of Two Mountains, 3i leagues by 3 leagues.   For Iroquois Indians,	
St. Thomas de Pierreville Parish, Yamaska County—
See " Pierreville Parish."
Page.
45£
72
206
122
145
224
113
195
27
205
280
281 u
ST— (Con tinued.)
Provisional surrender.    The
St. Vincent Towkship, Grey- County—
17th Oct., 1818.     By Chippewa India
Township.  	
Saingaubequondaig Island, Lake Simcoe—
Sth June, 1856.   By Chippewa Indians   	
SA1T7^dJ?S,Pb7mSuSLC°S-   The Township.   ToLt.;Gov
Simcoe ""
B.C.   To beTeased	
SAL8thmI"S~ Lot 19, Con. C, Delaware Township,Middlesex County...
For Oneida Indians	
' P^tlhm^1 ^Ch^°SKp^«tt^ie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township  '-]
Sh M& 179b. % C&wa, Ottawa, Pattawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   Part of Township. • • • -• • y^TT^l'	
19th Julv 1853.   By Wyandott Indians.   Part of Township......... -. - ■-
S Apr, 1854.   By Wyandott Indians.   Fart of Town of Sandwich and
part of Township (60J acres)     	
No.
Page. ;
18 j   47 j
76
203 j
Sarawak Township, Grey County-. t       w
Oth Feb   1857.   Bv Chippewa Indians.   The Townsnip........  • - • - - - - - ■
20th&., 1879.   By Dafiaand James Johnson.   Part of Lot 16, Con. 3.
For Chippewa Indians	
Parts of Assiniboia and Alberta Districts,
and Red Deer
Sarcee Indians—
22nd Sep., 1877.     Treaty N o
4th Feb.,1884. " OldPreserve on Bow, South Saskatchew
Rivers) Alberta District, N.W.T	
SA"ShTXS"^LiTch^- Wi»M.    ProAional   s^ende,   The
10thTJiJy!h1827.' * By Chippewa* Indians."" Confirmatory surrender.   The
ajSfe 'Sf^SBS HE Sarnia (i|^
WthMay/lSl   By C&ppew* Indians.   Right of way of Great Western
-    ethN^.ri^B^Chip^Va'in'dians"/ ^^^^'^^H
13th Dec!, S>6.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township adjoining Town
Sth SgjlWL7Mfci Indians/ WeVt*part"of"Lot "51 (Nacres),
and water lot. Front Range, St. Clair River ....    	
1st Mav 1872.   Bv Chippewa Indians.   Fifteen acres. •-••.--• -; ••• v,---.
14tiT jJm, 1875.   By Cltuppewa Indians.   Lots 45 to 50 inclusive, Front
6th ^yf 1885." * By Chippwa Indians." "Quarter of ul acre of Lot 5, Range
3.Tote leased to Sfoore Township Corporation for gravelpit     .
4th June 1889. By Chippewa Indians. Right of way of Erie & Huron
"Railwav throueh Township (18fVo acres) ■   •      - - •    •
4th J^eTisSOT% Chippewa^ndiam*.   Parts of Lot 13, Ranges 2 and
SASlUhferim" B^cSSians.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6, including
also 11,066square miles north of.T^Jy ^°- 6W-•■ v;,'A »	
See also "Muskeg Lake 'and "Treaties Nos. 4, o   and    b  .
Saskatchewan River, South, Alberta District, N.W.T.—
See "Alberta District.'
Saugeen Fishing Islands, Lake Huron—
See "Fishing Islands."
29
6S£
69
TH
98
119
12S
143
251
271
193
242
275
298
2
71
1
192
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200
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Saugeen or Sacking Indians—
9th Aug., 1836.   Saugeen Peninsula, Lake Huron.   For a general reserve..
Saugeen Peninsula, Lake Huron—
9th Aug., 1836.   By Saugeen Indians.   For a general reserve	
See alto "St Edmunds," "Lindsay," "Eastnor," "Albemarle," "Amabel,"
and "Keppel" Townships.
Sauktng Indians—
See "Saugeen Indians."
Saclteaux or Chippewa Indians—
18th July, 1817. Land on Red and Assiniboine Rivers, Manitoba (afterwards mcluded in Treaty No. 1).   To Earl of Selkirk	
3rd Oct, 1873. Treaty No. 3. Parts of Manitoba and Thunder Bay, Rainy
River and Keewatin Districts.   To Lt-Gov. Morris	
13th Oct, 1873.   Adhesion to Treaty No. a	
15th Sep., 1874. Treaty No. 4. Parts of Manitoba and Assiniboia and
Saskatchewan Districts.   To Lt-Gov. Morris	
21st Sep., 1874.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4.	
' 7th Aug., 1875. Lots 236 to 246 inclusive, St Peter's Parish, Lisgar County
Manitoba.     ,	
8th Sep., 1875.    Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
9th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
20th-24th Sep., 1875. , Treaty No. 5. Parts of Manitoba and Keewatin
and Saskatchewan Districts	
24th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
27th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5 	
28th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5 	
26th July, 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5	
4th Aug., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5  	
24th Aug., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4..^	
7th Sep., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5	
7th Sep., 1876.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 5	
7th Mar., 1881.    Thirty square miles of Wa-wa-se-capou's reserve,   <
of Bird Tail Creek, Marquette County, Manitoba	
Sault St. Louis Parish, Laprairte County—
29th May, 1680.   Grant by King of France.   Land on Lake St Louis, two
leagues by two leagues, with two islands, islets and beach.   To Jesuits.
For Iroquois Indians *.	
See also Appendix to Index.
31st Oct, 1680.   Grant by King of France.   Land on Lake St Louis, 1| by
2i leagues.   To Jesuits.   For Iroquois Indians	
. See also Appendix to Index.
15th Apr., 1867.     Official description of Domain of Sault St Louis and
right of wray of Montreal & Champlain Railway	
9th Nov., 1887.    By Jacques Phillips.    Lot opposite church at Caughna
waga.   For a school     	
Scott, Rev. Richard—
19th Apr., 1834. Grant by Lt-Gov. Colborne. Part of Otonabee
Township, Peterborough County (1,120 acres).   For a general reserve..
Scugog Township, Ontario County—
Sth Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional  surrender.    The
Township	
9th May, 1878.   By Mississagua Indians.   Lots 6 and 7, Con 11.    To be
leased	
15th Dec. 1882.   By Mississagua Indians.   Part of Lot 7, Com 11 (If
acres). : ; :	
Selkirk, Earl of—
18th July, 1817. By Saulteaux or Chippewa and Killistine or Cree Indians.
Land on Red and Assiniboine Rivers, Manitoba (afterwards included
in Treaty No. 1)	
Seminary of St. Sulpice—
See "St Sulpice Seminary."
Seneca Township, Haldimand County—
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Si:
|& Nation Indians.	
7th Dee., 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov
14th' Jan., 1793. Grant'by Lt^v'Simcoe. * "^e ToWshipl' To Si
Nation Indians	
131-132
131-132
.135
135
145
135
135
149A
135
149A
149B
149F
149E
135
149C
149D
183
4£
133
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113
285
303
313
316
317
318
16
319
20
21
25
24
320
22
23
13
14
310
206
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Serpent River, Algoma District—
See " Lewis Township."
Seymour Township, Northumberland County—
5th Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township	
Shawanaga Township, Parht Sound District—
21st Dec., 1877.   By Ontario Government.   Lots 34 and 35, Con. 7.   For
Chippewa Indians    ."" -	
Sherbrooke Township, Haldimand County—
No.
20
187
106
3
4
27
27|
27
27£
165
130
3
4
124
125
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7th Dec.''1792.'  By Mississagua Indians.'  The Township.   To Lt. Gov.
Simcoe	
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14th Jan., 1793. "Grant'by it  Gov. Simcoe.'  The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
Sherbrooke Township, North, Lanark County—
31st May, 1819.    By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
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28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
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Sherbbooke Township, South, Lanark County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
i
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians..   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township .-". '.    	
Shinguicouse, Shinguacouse or Chinguacouse Town Plot, Garden River,
Alooma District—
17th Apr., 1872.     By Chippewa Indians.    A block of land.   To be sold to
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20th May, 1873.   By Chippewa Indians.    Lots 15 south and north of
Milton street, and south and north of Prince street.    For Church of
England mission	
Shinguacouse Town Plot, Garden River, Algoma District—
Simcoe, John Graves, Lieutenant Governor—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.    Lincoln County except Niagara
Township; Saltfleet, Binbrook, Barton, Glanford and Ancaster Townships, Wentworth County; Brantford, Onondaga, Tuscarora, Oakland
and Burford Townships, Brant County; East and West Oxford, North
and South Norwich and Dereham Townships, Oxford County ; North
Dorchester Township, Middlesex County; South Dorchester, Malahide
and Bayham Toivnships, Elgin County; all Norfolk and Haldimand
Counties; Pelham, Wainfleet, Thorold, Crowland and Humberstone
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14th Jan., 1793.   Dunn, Sherbrooke,   Moulton,  Canborough, North  and
South Cayuga, Oneida and Seneca Townships, Haldimand County;
Tuscarora, Onondaga, Brantford   and South  Dumfries  Townships,
Brant County; North Dumfries, Waterloo and Woolwich Townships,
Waterloo   County;  Pilkington-  and Nichol Townships, Wellington
1st Apr., 1793.      Tyendenaga Township,   Hastings  County.   Grant to
Simcoe Lake—
See " Lake Simcoe."
Simpson, Wemyss M.—
3rd Aug., 1871.   By Chippewa and Cree Indians.   Treaty No. 1.   Part of
- Manitoba	
21st Aug., 1871.   Bv Chippewa Indians. Treaty No. 2. Parts of Manitoba
and Assiniboia District	
Sinclair, Robert, Lieutenant Governor—
12th May, 1781.   By Chippewa Indians.   Mackinaw or Michilimakinak
Island, Straits of Mackinaw, between Lakes Huron and Michigan	
Sister Islands, near mouth of Detroit River, Lake Erie—
20th Jan., 1870.    By Chippewa, Pottawattamie and Ottawa Indians.   East
Sister and Middle Sister Islands	
4J S—(Continued.)
on India:
4.
c Nati
25thbct.,r7i
Canbon
Haldim
fries To
wich Tc
Welling
14th Jam, 17
^rant by Governor Haldimand. Dunn, Sherbrooke, Moulton,
North and South Cayuga, Oneida and Seneca Townships,!
bounty; Tuscarora, Onondaga, Brantford and South Duiu-
ips, Brant Countv ; North Dumfries, Waterloo and Wool-
lips, Waterloo Countv; Pilkington and Nichol Townships,
:ounty.   For Six Nation Indians I
Grant by Lt. Gov. Simcoe.    Dunn, Sherbrooke, Mpj
Township
Lmondaga, Brantford and South Dum-
North Dumfries, Waterloo and Wool-
y; Pilkington and Nichol Townships,
To Nancy Kerr
Canborough, North and South Ci
Haldimand County; Tuscaroi
fries Townships, Brant Count
wich Townships, Waterloo Co
■■' Wellington County 	
20th Mav, 1796.   Two thousand acres on Grand R
and Mary Margaret Kerr	
15th Jan., 1798.   South Dumfries Township, Brant County ; North Dum-j
fries, Waterloo and Woolwich Townships, Waterloo County; Pilkington
and Nichol Townships, Wellington County	
Sth Feb., 1798.   Moulton and Canborough Townships, Haldimand County;
, South Dumfries Township, Brant County; North Dumfries, Waterloo
and Woolwich Townships, Waterloo County; Pilkington and Nichol
Townships, Wellington County	
13th Mar., 1809.   Four thousand acres at mouth of Grand River.   To Lt.
Gov. Gore.   For William Dickson	
3rd Aug., 1826.   West part of North Cavuga Township, Haldimand County
(15,360 acres).   For Horn William Claus.    ..  .
4th Aug., 1826.     Fourteen  hundred acres on Grand River, Haldimand
County.   For Jemima Stewart and Sarah Ruggles     	
19th Apr., 1830.    Part of City of Brantford, Brantford Township, Brant
County (807 acres)	
19th Apr., 183L     Part of North Cayuga Township, Haldimand County
. (20,670^ acres)	
18th May, 1831.    By Catherine Claus, John Johnson Claus and Warren
Claus, executrix and executors of Hon.  William Claus.     Part of
Moulton Township, Haldimand Countv (30,800 acres).   To Hon. James
Baby, Hon. John Henry Dunn and Hon. George Herchmer Markland
6th June, 1831.   By John Johnson Claus. Lots 12, 15 and 18, Con. 4, Lots
13, 14, 15, 18, 18 and 25, Com 5, Lots 14, 15,17, 18 and 19, Con. 6,
-East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County	
6th June, 1831.   By John Johnson Claus. Lots 16,18,19 and 21 and south
h of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe County	
6th June, 1831.   By Catherine Clans. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16,18 and 20, Con. 3,
East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County	
8th Feb., 1834.     Dunn Township and parts of Moulton, Canborough and
Cayuga, Haldimand County     	
26th Mar., 1S35.   Confirming leases granted by Captain Joseph Brant
2nd April, 1835.   Part of Brantford Township, Brant County (48,000 acres)
29th Aug., 1837.   South £ of Lot 51, Com 2, Brantford Township, Brant
County.   For Rachel Parker	
21st Feb.,   1840.   Part  of  Canborough  Township,   Haldimand County
(100 acres).   For Aaron Helmer	
18th Jam, 1841.   All their lands not previously surrendered except reserve
mentioned	
3rd June, 1844. By Horn John Henry Dunn and Hon. George Herchmer
I     Markland.   Lots 13,14,15,16,18 and 20, Con. 3, Lots. 12,15 and 18,
Com 4,  Lots 13, 14, 15, 17, 18 and 19, Con. 6.,   East Hawkesbury
-;   Township, Prescott County.   Lots 16, 18, 19 and 21, and south £ of
14, Con. 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe County.	
10th Aug., 1849.   By Reynold and Benjamin Rogers.   Lots 21, 22, and 12
acres of nortb A of 20, Com 2, Townsend Township, Norfolk County;
and south 4 of Lots 28 and 29, Com 1, Tuscarora Township, Brant
County; with mills, buildings, &c	
21st Apr., 1865. South-east corner of south \ of Lot 26, Con. 3, Tuscarora
Township, Brant County (5 acres). For Church of England church,
with parsonage and burial ground 	
21st Sep., 1865. Part of Tuscarora Township, Brant County, and part of
.   Oneida Township, Haldimand County.   For public road..
26th Mar., 1867. Lot 21, twelve acres of Lot 20, and north-east part of
Lot 22 (62 acres), Com 2, Townsend Township, Norfolk County
Mile Cr
r Township."
ith Township, Peterborough County—
Sth Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional
Township.   	
4£
10
9
23
10
25
18S
107
99
241
28$
69
30
76
31
79
104
105
108
80
82
84
91
94
96
116
115
119
248
250
253
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Smith Township, Peterborough County— Corcln^-..
3rd Apr., 1837. Grant by Lt-Gov. Head. Lots 16, 17, 18 and part of|
19, Con. 12; parts of Lots 17 to 23, inclusive, Con. 13; parts of Lots 18,
19 and 20, Lot 21, parts of Lots 22, 23 and 24, Con. 14. To New-
England Company j
Snowdon Township, Habiburton County—
Sth Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. TheTowny,
ship * f
Sombra Township, Lambton County—
7th Sep., 1796.     By Chippewa Indians.   The Township.     j
* 9th Mar., 1819.    By Chippewa Indians.     Provisional   surrender.      Thei
Township	
Somerville Township, Victoria County—
Sth Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. The Township I
Southwold Township, Elgin County—
19thTMay, 179a    By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawatti
Indians.   The Township
4th Jan., 1843.    By Hannah
;amie and Wyandott;
Playter, John Langstaff and John Arnold.!
Lot 10, Con. l,"and Lots 9 and 10, Front Con	
Spinney, Hiram A. C— '    j
Sth Nov., 1887.     Land on east side of Starr's Road, near Yarmouth,!
Yarmouth Township and Coimty, N.S. (21^V acres) \
Sproull, James Gillis—
28th June, 1876. Eleven acres between Fishers Grant and Boat Harbour,;
Egerton Township, Pictou County, N.S. To exchange with Micmae:
Indians.. .T '. I
Squtrreel Island, Lake George—
10th June, 1859.    By Chippewa Indians j
Squirrell Island, Lake St. Clair—
.   17th June, 1875.   By Chippewa and Pottawattamie Indians.   For shooting
purposes j
Stafford Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The'
Township j
28th Nov., 1822. By Mississagua Indians. Confirmatory surrender. The'
Township ".     i
Stag Island, St. Clair Rdter—
19th Jan., 1857.   By Chippewa Indians.   To be granted to David McColl.,
Stanhope Township, Haliburton County—
5th Nov., 1818. By Chippewa Indians. Provisional surrender. Part of
Township v	
Stanley Township, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.     By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   The!
Township ■ j
. 10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
170 :
91 (Bj
144
Starr's Road, Yarmouth Township and County, N.S.—
See "Yarmouth Township."
Steele, John—
8th Feb., 1839.   Lots 4 and 5,.South Con., Otonabee Township, Peterborough
County.   To Samuel Peters Jarvis.   For Mississagua Indians	
Stephen Township, Huron County
26th Apr., 1825.*   By Chippev
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Coufirmator
Township ...	
ans.   Provisional  surrender.   The
"nder. "The
Stewart, Jemima—
4th Aug., 1826.   By Six Nation India
River, Haldimand County	
a hundred acres on Grand
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Stewart, Theophilus—
7th Apr., 1859.     Grant by Prince Edward Island Government   Part of
Township Thirty-nine, Prince Edward Island (204 acres)	
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323
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Stewart, Wiluam—
3rd Dec, 1852.    Lots 16, 18, 19, 21 and south X of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil
Township, Simcoe County ; Lots 13,14, 15, 16*" 18 and 20, Com 3, Lots
12,15 and 18, Com 4,  Lots 13, 14,15,16, 18 and 25, Con. 5,  Lots 14,
15,17,18 and 19, Com 6. East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott County;
also westpart of North Cayuga Township, Haldimand County (15,360
acres).   For Six Nation Indians.   	
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178
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Stone, A. C—
18th Aug., 1882.   By Oneida Indians.   Agreement to lease shooting privilege over reserve in Delaware Township, Middlesex County	
197
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Stony or Assiniboine Indians—
9th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4    .
22nd Sep., 1877.   Treaty No. 7.   Parts of Assiniboia and Alberta Districts.
25th Sep., 1877.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 4	
29th Aug., 1878.   Adhesion to Treaty No. 6	
135
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135
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318
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Stont Point, Bosanquet Township, Lambton County—.
See "Bosanquet Township."
Stobbolton Township, Carleton County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township.. * ,	
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27J
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63
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Sultana Island, Lake of the Woods, Rainy River District—
8th Oct., 1866.   By Chippewa Indians	
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246
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SuNNiDALE Township, Simcoe County—
17th  Oct,   1818.   By  Chippewa  Indians.   Provisional  surrender.   The
Township  	
18
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Superior Lake—
See " Lake Superior."
Sydney River, CaPE Breton County, N.S.—
28th Apr., 1882.     By Nova Scotia  Government   Land on south-west
* branch.   For a reserve  	
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235
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Tat Township, Simcoe County—
22nd May, 1798.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township	
17th-18th Nov., 1815.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.	
5
16
15
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17th Oct, 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional  surrender.    The
18
209
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145
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Tennant, George—
28th Dec., 1883.   By Chippewa and Pottawattamie Indians.   Land on
Walpole Island, Lake St Clair.   To be leased for a mill and dock	
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Thames River—
See under nanus of Townships bordering on this river.
Thessalon River, Algoma Dlstrict—
See " Thessalon River Township."
Thessalon River Township, Algoma District—
11th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township.:	
91(0)
231
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Thompson Township, Algoma District—
16th Aug., 1865.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township	
103
247
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Thunder Bay District—
See "Lake Huron " and "Treaty No. 3."
Thurlow Township, Hastings County—
5th-6th . Aug.,   1816.     By   Mississagua   Indians.    Four   hundred   and
twenty-eight acres fronting on Bay of Quinte at mouth of Moira River.
15th Dec., 1835.   By Mississagua Indians.   Lots 28, 29, 30 and 31 on Bay
of Quinte, in front of Con. 1	
and Wyandott
ishii
28th Feb., 1820.   By Mississagua Indians.   Two thousand fiv>
fortyacres	
Part of Manitoba   To
17 [
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Tilbury Township, East, Kent County—
19th Mav, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottaw
Indians.   The Township I
Tilbury Township, West, Essex County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians   The Township	
Tilley Township, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   The Township..
91 (A)
Tiny Township, Simcoe County—
22nd May, 1798.   By  Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township, includir
Penetanguishene Harbour and Islands .•	
17th-18th Nov., 1815.   By Chippewa Indians.   Pait of Township	
Toronto Township, Feel County—
2nd Aug., 1805.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township j
-  Sth-6th Sep.,  1806.    By Mississagua Indians.     Confirmatory surrender.
Part of Township |
28th Oct., 1818.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of j
Township and the Gore	
28th Feb., 1820.   By Mississagua Indians     Sixty-two hundred acres.. |
23th Feb., 1820.   By Mississagua Indians.   Two thousand i
Tosorontio Township, Simcoe County—
17th Oct., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.
Township	
Provisional  surrender.    The
Townsend Township, Norfolk County—
7th Dec., 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov.'
Simcoe   |
10th Aug., 1849.   By Reynold and Benjamin Rogers.   Lots 21, 22 and
12 acres of north i of 20, Con. 2.    For Six Nation Indians '
26th Mar., 1867.    By Six Nation'Indians.    Twelve.acres of Lots 20, 21'
and north-east part of Lot 22 (62 acres), Com 2    	
Provisional surrender.   Part of
Trafalgar Township, Halton County—
2nd Aug., 1805.   By Mississagua India
-Township  |
5th-6th Sep., 1806.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.!
Part of Township j
28thOct, 1818.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
hundred and
Treatt No. 1.—
. 3rd Aug., 1871.   By Chippewa and Cree India
Wemyss M. Simpson I
23rd Aug., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment by Chippewa and Cree Indians.
23rd-2Sth Aug., 1875.     Adhesion  and  amendment   by  Chippewa  and
Creelndians   ,	
8th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment by Chippewa and Cree Indians..
Treaty No. 2.-
21st Aug., 1871.   By Chippewa Indians.   Parts of Manitoba and Assiniboia
District.   To Wemyss M. Simpson	
23rd Aug., 1875.    Adhesion and amendment by Chippewa Indians	
23rd-28th Aug., 1875.   Adhesion and amendment by Chippewa Indians....
8th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion aud amendment by Chippewa Indians	
Treaty No. 3.—
3rd Oct, 1873.   Bv Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.   Part of Manitoba and'
Thunder Bay, 'Rainy River and Keewatin Districts.   To Lt. -Gov. Morrisil31-
124
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124s
1244
124*
124s
124*
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227
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35
14
36
19
47
22
50
23
53
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5
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108
253
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Treaty No. 3
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13th Oct,
Adhesion bv Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.
131-132
308
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1. 12th Sep.,
1875.
Adhesion by Half-breeds of Rainy River and Lake, Rainy
River
Lhstr
131-132
308
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Treaty No. 4.
K^l'
15th Sep.,
1874.
By Cree and Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.   Parts of
Manit
oba a
nd Assiniboia and Saskatchewan Districts.   To Lt-Gov.
1            Morris
135
313
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I    21st Sep. 1
874.
Adhesion by Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians.	
135
316
I
8th Sep.,
1875.
Adhesion by Cree, "Saulteaux or Chippewa and Stony
Indian
is	
135
317
I
9th Sep.,
1875.
Adhesion by Cree, Saulteaux or Chippewa and .Stony
Indian
13	
135
318
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24th Sep.,
1875.
Adhesion by Cree and Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians....
135
319
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24th Aug.,
1876.
Adhesion by Saulteaux Or Chippewa Indians 	
135
320
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25th Sep.,
1877.
Adhesion by Stony Indians     .
135
321
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a and Cree Indians.!
an Districts.   ToLt-
Treatt No. 5.—
I    20th-24th Sep., 1875.    By   Saulteaux   or Chip
Parts of Manitoba and Keewatin and Saskau
Gov. Morris I
27th Sep., 1875.   Adhesion by Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians......-.    ..  .
28th Sen., 1875.   Adhesion by Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians	
26th July, 1876.   Adhesion by Saulteaux or Chiprvwa Indians 	
4th Aug., 1876.   Adhesion bv Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians	
7th Sep., 1876.   Adhesion by Saulteaux or Chippewa Indians I
<th Sep., 1876.   Adhesion by Saulteaux or Chippewa and Cree Indians !
Treaty No. 6—
"    23rd-2Sth Aug., and 9th Sep., 1876.    By Cree Indians.     Parts of Sas-i
katchewan, Assiniboia and Alberta Districts, N.W.T.    To Lt-Gov. .
T   Morris < 	
9th Aug., 1877.   Adhesion bv Cree Indians	
25th Sep., 1877.   Adhesion by Cree Indians.	
19th Aug., 1878.    Adhesion by Cree Indians	
3rd Sep., 1878.    Adhesion by Cree Indians • I
I  .  18th Sep., 1878.   Adhesion by Cree Indians	
2nd July,-1879.   Adhesion by Cree Indians	
8th Dec, 1882.   Adhesion by Cree Indians !
11th Feb., 1889.   Adhesion by Cree Indians, including also 11,066 square1
miles north of Treaty No. 6 ..j
| Treaty No. 7—
22nd Sep. and 4th Dec, 1877.   By Blackfoot Peigan, Sarcee and Stony
Indrans.   Parts of Assiniboia and Alberta Districts, N.W.T '
Truro Township, Colchester County, N.S.—
4th Dec, 1886.   By George Campbell, trustee of estate of John P. Gorstom
Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert.   To John Waller, Jr	
6th Dec, 1886.   By Samuel Waller.   Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert...
6th Dec, 1886.   By John Waller, jr.   Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert...
Tcckersmith Township, Huron County—
26th Apr,, 1825.    By Chippewa'Indians.
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirma
- Township	
Tudor Township, Hastings County—
-   31st" May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.    Provisi<
Township    	
28th Nov., 1822.    By Mississagua Indians.    Confirma
Provisional surrender.    The
surrender.   The
lal surrender.   The
ory surrender.   The:
tKET Island,
27th Nov., 18
Algoma District—
By Chippewa Indians
nuiOiT River—
By Wyandott Indiai
b, Huron Cou
By Chippewa
BV'CTi'ippewa'
Part of Township.
Indians.
Indiana
Provisional surrem
Confirmatory suit
Part of
r."' Part;
149A
149A
149B
149F
149E
149C
149D
247
247
247
216
218
II
II
II
Lt
H
H
II
157A
35
II
157B
44
II
157C
45
II
1571)
46
n
157F
47
ii
157G
48
ii
157H
4S
ii
201
•   127
ii
II
II
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91(A)
227
I
141
2
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27h
65
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71
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T—(Continued.)
: Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Tuscarora Township, Brant C<
25th Oct., 1784.   Grant by Gc
Nation Indians	
7th Dec, 1792. By Mississagua Indians. The Township. To Lt.-Gov
Simcoe	
14th Jan., 1793. Grant by Lt.-Gov. Simcoe. The Township. To Six
Nation Indians	
10th Aug., 1849. By Reynold and Benjamin Rogers. South \ of Lots 28
and 29, Con. 1.   For Six Nation Indians.	
21st Sep., 1865. By Six Nation Indians. South-east corner of south \ of
Lot 26, Con. 3 (5 acres). For Church of England church with parsonage and burial ground j
21st Sep., 1865. By Six Nation Indians. Part of Township. For a public.
road :	
Twelve Mile Creek—
See " Nelson " and " Trafalgar " Townships.
Two Hills', Alberta District—
See "Alberta District.'"
Two Mountains Lake—
See "Lake of Two Mountains."
Tyendenaga Township,-Hastings County—
1st Apr., 1793. Grant by Lt-Gov. Simcoe. The Township. To Mohawk:
Indians... , [
20th July, 1820.   By Mohawk Indians.   Fifty-two square miles  !
23rd Dec, 1835. By Mohawk Indians. North-west part of Township'
(27,857 acres)	
20th Jam, 1836. By Mohawk Indians. Parts of Lots 33, 34 and 35, nearj
Bay of Quinte. For Church of England- church, with burying-ground
and glebe j
15th Apr., 1843.   By Mohawk Indians.   Part of Township	
11th July, 1846 By Mohawk Indians. Parts of Lots 5 and 6, including
street allowances,*Con. 1, south of the road. To Earl of Cathcart,
Governor	
12th Jan., 1847. By Earl of Cathcart, Governor. Parts of Lots 5 and 6,;
including street allowances, Con. 1, south of the road. To George:
Vardon, Thomas Gommersell Anderson and Joseph B. Clench. F:r!
Mohawk Indians	
Sth Nov., 1850. By George Vardon, Thomas Gommersell Anderson and
Joseph B. Clench. Parts of Lots 5 and 6, including street allowances,
Com 1, south of the road.   For Mohawk Indians	
4th July, 1856.   By Mohawk Indians.    Eighteen acres of Lot 4, Con. 2	
8th May, 1883. By Mohawk Indians. Part of Lot 38, Con. 3 or A, Deseronto Village (3o acres, 3 roods)   	
12th May, 1885.   By Mohawk Indians.   Lot 36, and west half of 37, Con. 1
17th May, 1889. By Mohawk Indians. Three acres on corner of Brant
and Thomas streets, Deseronto Village.   For a high school	
u
"Osborne Township, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians.
Township ".	
20th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.
Township .• :.
No.
Page.
>  106
251
3
5
4
9
Provisional surrender.    The,
Confirmatory surrender.   The
41|
4H
20S
•274!
29
s of Lots 5 and 6,!
road,   Tyendenaga'
Vankoughnet Township, Algoma District—
9th June, 1859.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.
Vardon, George—
12th Jan., 1847.   By Earl of Cathcart, Governor.   Par
including street allowances, Con. 1, south of the
Township, Hastings County.    For Mohawk Indiar
8th Nov., 1850.   Parts of Lots 5 and 6, including street allowances, Con. 1,J
south of the road, Tyendenaga Township, Hastings County.   For Mo-;
hawk Indians    	
Vaughan Township, York Cocnty-
23rd Sep., 1787.    By Mississagu
Township	
91(A)
Indians.    Provisional surrender.   The
'248
250
101
123
143
168
58 ha.
140
68
170
13
32
^^^^^^^■^.■^•^■^N^'yw-gw: V—(Continued.)
Vacghan Township, York Co
1st Aug., 1805.   By Missis*
Township ,
jua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Vkrulam Township, Victoria County—
Sth Nov., 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender. The Town
«*«P '	
Vespra Township, Simcoe County—
17th-18th Nov., 1815.   By Chippewa Indians.   Part of Township.	
17th Oct, 1818.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
,   Township	
Viger Township, Temiscouata County—
4th Aug., 1869.   By Amalecite Indians.   Part of Township (3,650 acres)..
w
Wagadmatcook, Victoria County, C.B., N.S.—
See " Middle River."
Watnfleet Township, Welland County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.    The Township.   To Lt Gov
Wahboose Island, Prince Edward or South Bay, Marysrurgh Township,
Prince Edward County—
See " Waupoos Island."
Wallbridge Township, Parry Sound District—
17th May, 1869.   Bv Chippewa Indians.   Timber on part of Township, also
land for saw-mill --,.       .. 	
Wallace Township, Perth County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.     The
Township..., ..	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.     Confirmatory surrender.    The
Township ;	
Waller, John, Jr—
4th Dec, 1886.   By George Campbell, trustee of estate of John P. Gorstom
Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert, Truro Township, Colchester County,
N.S	
6th Dec, 1886.    Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert, Truro Township, Colchester County, N.S	
Waller, Samuel—
6th Dec, 1886.   Thirty-five acres at Arch Culvert, Truro Township, Colchester County, N.S	
Walpole Island, T.mcp. St. Clalr—
17th Jam, 1875.   By Chippewa and Pottawattamie Indians.   Grassy Bend
Marsh.   For shooting purposes  I
28th Dec, 1883.    By Chippewa and Pottawattamie Indians.   A piece of
land.   To be leased to George Tennant formill and dock purposes j
Sth Jam, 1888.   By Chippewa and Pottawattamie Indians.    Marshes
south part (4,000 acres).   To be leased for shooting grounds	
Walpole Township, Haldlmand County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.
Simcoe	
The Township.   ToLt. Gov
Walshingham Township, Norfolk County—
7th Dec, 1792.    By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt. Gov.
Warbow, Lewis—
25th Apr., 1882.   By Wyandott Indians.   Gore in rearof south J of Lot 19,|
Con. 1, Anderdon Township, Essex County '""
Warwick Township, Lambton County—
9th Mar., 1819.   By Chippewa Indians.    Prov
By Chippewa Indians-   Pro'
rial surrender.    Part of
nal surrender.   Part of
21
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48
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49
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209
145
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221
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Page.
Warwick Township, Lambton County—Continued.
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township    .'	
26th Apr.: 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township   ....  .V.  	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township	
Waterloo Township, Waterloo County—
25th Oct,.1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians... .  	
14th Jan., 1793.   Grant by Lt. Gov. Simcoe.    The Township.    To SLx
Nation Indians. :	
15th Jam, 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township.	
Sth Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
isional
ider.   Part of
isional surrender.   Part of
Part of
Wacpoos or Wahboose Island, Pbince Edward or South Bat,Marysbubgh
Township, Prince Edward County—
15th June, 1838.   By Mississagua Indians.. 	
Wawanosh Township, East, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Prov
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township   :	
Wawanosh Township, West, Huron County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Pi
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.
Township      	
Webster, Albebt A.—
19th Feb., 1880.   Land at Cambridge, King's County, N.S. (9f acre
Weldfobd Pabish, Kent County, N.B.—
29th Aug., 1879.   By Micmae Indians.   Certain Lots	
Weller's Bat. Ameliasbubgh Township, Prince Edward County-
19th June, 1856.   By Mississagua Indians.   Islands	
Wellesley Township, Waterloo County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township     .
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township   	
Wellington Township, Kent County—
3rd Apr., 1870.   By Micmae Indians.   Land on Big Buctouche River	
24th Apr., 187L   By Micmae Indians.   Land on Big Buctouche River	
Westminster Township, Middlesex County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa, Pottawattamie and Wyandott
Indians.   The Township -. 	
Westwater Township, Renfrew County—
31st May, 1819.   By Mississagua Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The
Township 	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township	
Whitchurch Township, York County—
23rd Sep., 1787.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part
of Township	
1st Aug., 1805.   By Mississagua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Pa
of Township	
White, Chief Joseph—
21st Dec, 1877.   Wyandott In
ship, Essex County	
White, Solomon—
21st Dec, 1877.   By Wyandott Indians.   Southerly 3 of Lot 16, Con. 1, also
south J of south J of Lot 8, Con. 3, Anderdon Township, Essex County.l
Indian marsh in Anderdon Town
25
27fc
29
m
29
27£
29
173
172
27!
29
122
123
27J
13
13
251
9
23
65
71
76
205
280
281
32
34 W—(Continued.)
White, Solomon—Contin «,
-  7th Mav, 1879.   By Wv
. of Lot 13, Com 3, A
dott.Indian
lerdon Town
Water lot in front of s
tip, Essex County	
White Cloud Island, Colpovs Bay, Georgian Bay—
uthj^lls: BVchipSwaindlaS:::::::..::.:..::::.':::::::::
White Fish Lake, Alberta District, N.W.T.—
White Fish River, northern shore of Lake Huron, Algoma District—
S&S&SS $§&=££; £^te^.:.:::::
WHrrwoRTH Township, Tesiiscouata County—
13th Mar., 1877.   Ifr 9uebec Government.   Lots 27, 28 and 29, Con. 21.
Whycocomagh, Inverness County, C.B., N.S.—
8th Jan., 1890.   By Micmae Indians.   Land occupied by Daniel McLeod,
(936J square yards).   Tobeleased '	
Wtdder, Frederick, Attorney of Canada Company—
See "Canada Company."
WttLETT,_ George—
. 5th Nov., 1887.   Land on east side of Starr's Road, near Yarmouth, Yarmouth Township and County, N.S. (21^ acres)	
Williams Township, East, Middlesex County—
9th Mar., 1819.   By Chippewa Indians.   Prov isional surrender.   Part of
Township •
9th May, 1820.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of
Township .-.
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part of
Township ; \
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.   Part of j
Township  j
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part:
of Township "	
Williams Township, West, Middlesex County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa   Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The;
Township	
Wilmot Township, Waterloo County—
26th Apr., 1825.   By Chippewa Indians.   Provisional surrender.   Part of I
Township...-.	
10th Jtdy, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   Part
of Township 	
Windham Township, Norfolk County—
7th Dec, 1792.   By Mississagua Indians.   The Township.   To Lt-Gov.
Simcoe	
Wolfe Lake, Bedford Township, Frontenac County—
See " Bedford Township."
Wollaston Township, Hastings County-
5th Nov., 1818.    By Chippewa Indian
Township  	
31st May,  1819.    By Mississagua India
Township I .7?	
28th Nov., 1822.   By Mis?
Township 	
Provisional surrender.   Part of
   s.   Provisional surrender.   The
ua Indians.   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Woodhouse Towns
7th Dec, 1792.
: County-
gua India
The Township.   To Lt-Gov
213 I
214
109 j
280
21
2S0i'
274!
29
2741
29
i
29
20
27
27*
150 I
152
253 I
279
49
281
65 I
71
48
62
63
II W—(Continued.)
Woodruff, Joseph Augustus—
3rd Dec, 1&52. Lots 16,18,19, 21, and south 4 of 14, Con. 4, Innisfil Township, Simcoe County; Lots 13. 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20, Con. 3, Lots]
12,15 and 18, Con. 4, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 23, Con. o, Lots 14
15, 17, 18 and 19, Com 6, East Hawkesbury Township, Prescott|
County; also west part of North, Cayuga Township, Haldimand
County, (15,360 acres).   For Six Nation Indians	
Woolwich. Township, Waterloo County—
25th Oct, 1784.   Grant by Governor Haldimand.   The Township.   To Six
Nation Indians I
14th Jan., 1793.   Grant by Lt-Gov. Simcoe.   The  Township.   To Six
Nation Indians	
15th Jan., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township	
5th Feb., 1798.   By Six Nation Indians.   The Township. 	
Wyandott or Huron Indians—
19th May, 1790.   Essex County except Anderdon Township and part of I
West Sandwich; Kent County except Zone Township and Gores of
Chatham and Camden; Elgin County except Bayham Township and
parts of South Dorchester and Malahide; in Middlesex County, Deli
ware and Westminster Townships and part of North Dorchester.	
11th Sep., 1800. Part of Anderdon Township, Essex County (2,412 acres!
and a roadway) 	
13th Aug., 1833.   Anderdon Township, Essex County	
2nd Feb., 1836. East parts of Lots 1 and 2, Lots 3 to 7, inclusive, Con
1, Lots 30,31 and 32, fronting on Canard River, Lots 33 and 34, fronting!
on the main travelled road, Lots 37, 39 and 42, fronting on Detroit
River, Con. 1, Lots 1 and 2, Con. 2, Lots 1, 2 and 3, Con. 3, Lots 1, 2
3, Con. 4, Lots 1 to 9, inclusive, Con. 5, Lots 1 to 6, inclusive, and 9 andj
10, Con. 6, Lots 1 to 9, inclusive, Con. 8, Anderdon Township, Essex
County    	
20th Sep., 1S36.   Part of Anderdon Township, Essex County	
19th July, 1853.   Part of West Sandwich Township, Essex County	
28th Apr., 1854. Part of Town of Sarnia and part of West Sandwich|
Township, Essex County (601 acres)	
27th Feb., 1863.   Fighting Island, Detroit River	
20th Aug., 1875. Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, and south 4 of 10, in Con. 6, 7 and 8,
Anderdon Township, Essex County	
21stDec,.1877. Southerly § of Lot 13, Con. 1, and south* of south 4 ofl
Lot 8, Con. 3, for Solomon White, south 4 of south 4 of Lot 7, Con. 3,
for Mary L. White; Indian marsh, for Chief Joseph White, Anderdon Township, Essex County	
7th itay, 1879. Water lot in front of southerly § of Lot 13, Con. 1, Anderdon Township, Essex County.    For Solomon White	
7th May, 1879. South-east ^ of Lot 6, Con. 3, for Victoria Maguire; southwest 1 of Lot 9, Con. 4, for Almira Clark; south east J of Lot 9, Con. 4,
for Christine Ramon ; north-west J of Lot 8, Con. 2, for Catherine
Bernard ; south-west J of Lot 6, Con. 3, for Charlotte Marsh, Anderdon
Township, Essex County	
27th Apr., 1880. Water lot in front of Lot 18, Con. 1, Anderdon Township, Essex County..	
25th Apr., 1882. Gore in rear of 'south 4of Lot 19, Con. 1, Anderdon
Township, Essex County (6$k acres).   For Lewis Warrow	
16th Dec, 18S6. North 4 of south | of Lot 7, Con. 3, Anderdon Township,!
Essex County '.	
26th June, 1889. Gore in rear of Lot 17, Com 1, Anderdon Township,
Essex County. i
Yale District, B.C.-
30th Apr., 1S81. By Preston Bennett, Moses Lumby and Frederick Bennett
Part of Lot lo5, Group 1, Section 34, Township 35, (5J acres)	
Indians.   The]
Yarmouth Township, Elgin County—
19th May, 1790.   By Chippewa, Ottawa and Pottwatta
Township	
Yarmouth Township, Yarmouth County, N.S.—
Sth Nov., 1887.   By Hiram A. C. Spinney and George Willett.   Land on
Starr's Road (21^ acres)	
York Township, York County—
23rd Sep., 1787.   By Mississagua Indians.   Provisional surrender.   The
Township	
12
33
42
46 J
71
167
215 I
216
179
195 I Y-(Continued.)
York Tow:
1st Aus
Toi
Indians.    Pro,
Indians." "Proi
Zone Township, Kent County—
9th Mar.,   1819.    Bv  Chippe
Township	
9th Mav, 1820.    By  Chiopei
Township.      	
8th July, 1822.   By Chippewa Indians.    Co:
Township	
25th Oct, 1836.   By Moravian Indians.   Part
9th and Apr. 15th May, 1857.   By Moravian L
ial surrender. The
cid surrender The
mt "surrender.    The
Part of Township
tai surrender.    The
Zorra Towtnshtp, East, Oxford County—
26th Apr., 1825.     By Chippewa Indians.    Prov
Township	
10th July, 1827.    By Chippewa Indians,   Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township   	
JZORRA Township, West, Oxford County—
26th Apr., 1825.    By Chippewa Indians.    Provisional surrender.    The
Township " :	
10th July, 1827.   By Chippewa Indians.    Confirmatory surrender.   The
Township  	
No.
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-Il  APPENDIX.
DEEDS
respecting the
SEIGNIORY OF SAULT ST. LOUIS
CAUGHNAWAGA RESERVE.
See Vol. H, page 283.  No. 1.
By these Presents "We the following Chiefs Kitchi Negou op Grand Sable,
Ponanas, Kousse and Magousseihigan in behalf of ourselves and all others of our
Nation the Chipwas, who have or can lay claim to the herein mentioned Island, as
being their Representatives and Chiefs, by and'with mutual consent do surrender
and yield up into the hands of Lieutenant Governor Sinclair, for the behalf and use
of His Majesty George the Third, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Xing,
Defender of the Faith, &c, &c, &c, His heirs, executors, administrators forever, the
Island of Michilimakinak or as it is called by the Canadians La Grosse Isle (situate
in that Strait which joins the Lakes Huron and Michigan,) and we do hereby make
for ourselves and posterity a renunciation of all claims in future to said Island. We
also acknowledge to have received, by Command of His Excellency Frederick Haldimand, Esq., Governor of the Province of Quebec, General and Commander in Chief
of all His 3Iajesty's Forces in Canada, &c, &c, &c, from the said Lieutenant
Governor Sinclair on His Majesty's behalf, the sum of Five thousand Pounds New
York Carrency, being the adequate and complete value of the beforementioned
Island of Michilimakinak, .and have signed two Deeds of this tenor and date in the
presence of Matthew Lessey, John Macnamara, David Rankin, Henry Bostwick,
Benjamin Lyons, Etienne Campion and P. Ant. Tabeau the underwritten witnesses,
one of which Deeds is to remain with the Governor of Canada and the other is to
remain at this Post to certify the same, and "We promise to preserve in our Tillage a
Belt of Wampum of seven feet in length to perpetuate, secure and be a lasting
memorial of the said transaction to our Nation for ever hereafter, and that no defect
in this Deed from want of Law Forms or any other shall invalidate the same.
In Witness Whereof, We the above mentioned Chiefs do set our hands and
seals this twelfth day of May, in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred
and eighty-one, and the twenty-first year of His Majesty's reign.
Bobert Sinclair,
Lt.-Governor and Commandant,
John Mompessor,
Capt. commanding a Detacht. of
the King's Regiment,
R. B. Brooks,
Lieut. King's or Eight Regiment^
John Bobert McDougall,
Ensign, King's or Eight Regiment,
Matt. Lessey,
David Rankin,
Henry Bostwick,
Benjamin Lyons,
Et. Campion,
P. Ant. Tabeau.
(totem) Ejtchie Negou, his mark,
[L.S.]
(totem) the mark of Pouanas,
[L.S.]
(totem) mark of Pouanas and Kousse,
the same mark but different Chiefs,
[L.S.]
(totem) mark of Magousseihigan,
[L.S.]
(totem) Okah, [L.S.J
No.
Know all Men by these Presents, that we the principal Tillage and War
Chiefsof the Ottawa, Chippawa,Pottcwatoiny and Huron Indians Nations of Detroit for
and in consideration of the Sum of Twelve Hundred Pounds Currency of the Province
of Quebec at Five Shillings per Spanish Dollar for va-uab'o Wares and Merchandise
to us delivered by the hands of Alexander McKee, Esquir3, Deputy Agent of Indian
1*
r^^- ^-^r--*r^: ^v-i;-*-^*^ -t,- - ~,-^  Affairs, the receipt whereof we do hereby acknowledge, have by and with the consent
of the whole of our said Nations, given, granted, enfeoffed, alienated, and confirmed,
and by these, presents do give, grant, enfeoff, alien and confirm unto His Majesty
George the Third, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith,
&c. &c, &c., a certain Tract of land beginning at the mouth of Catfish Creek,
commonly called Riviere au Chaudiere on the North Side of Lake Erie being the
Western extremity of a Tract purchased by His said Majesty from the Messesagey
Indians in the year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Four and from thence
running Westward along the border of Lake Erie and up the Streight to the mouth of
a river known by the name of Channail Ecarte" and- up the main branch of the said
Channail Kcarte" to the first fork on the south side, then a due east line until it
intersects the Riviere a la Tranche, and up the said Riviere a- la Tranche to the
North West corner of the said cession granted to His Majesty in the year One
Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Four, then following the Western boundary of
said tract being a due South direction until it strikes the mouth of said Catfish Creek
or otherwise Riviere au Chaudiere being the first offset; .^^K
Reserving a Tract beginning at the Indian Officers Land at a small run near the
head of the Island of Bois Blanc and running upwards along the border of the Streight
10 the beginning of the French Settlement above the head of the Petite Isle au
D'lnde; then a due East line seven miles and then South so many miles as will intersect another East line run from the mouth of said Run or Gully near the head of said
Island of Bois Blanc:
And another Tract beginning at the mouth of Riviere au Jarvais commonly
called Knagg's Creek, running up along the border of the Streight to the Huron
Church and" one hundred and tweny arpents in depth with all and singular the
appurtenances unto the said Tract of Land belonging or in anywise appertaining, and
the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents and services of the
said premises and all the estate, right, title, interest, property, claim or demand
whatsoever of us the said Chiefs or any other person or persons whatever of our
said Nations of, in, and to the said Tract of Land, or, of, in, and to every part and
parcel thereof excepting the Reserve aforesaid.
To have and to hold the said Lands and Premises hereby given and granted,
mentioned or intended to be given and granted unto His said Majesty George the
Third, His Heirs and Successors for the only proper use and behoof of His said
Majesty George the Third, His Heirs and Successors for Ever.
And we The said Chiefs for ourselves and the whole of our said Nations our and
their Heirs, Executors and administrators do covenant, promise and grant to and
with His said Majesty George the Third, His Heirs and Successors by these presents
that His said Majesty His Heirs and Successors shall and lawfully may from henceforth and for ever after Peaceably and quietly have, hold, occupy, possess and enjoy
the said tract of land hereby given and granted, mentioned or intended to be given
and granted wirh all and every of the appurtenances free, clear, and discharged or
well and sufficiently saved, kept harmless and indemnified of, from and against all
former and other gifts, grants, bargains and sales and of, from and against all former
and other Titles, troubles, charges or incumbrances whatever, had, done or suffered,
or to be had, done or suffered by any of us the said Chiefs, or by anyone whatever of the
said Nations our and their Heirs, Executors or administrators; And by these presents
do make this our act and Deed irrevocable under any pretence whatever, and have
put His said 31ajesty in full possession and seizin by allowing houses to be built upon
the Premises.
In Witness Wuereof, wre the said Chiefs for ourselves and the said Nations
have unto these Presents made the marks of our different Tribes, and affixed our
Seals at Detroit, District of Hesse, in the Province of Quebec, this Nineteenth day of
May, in the Thirtieth year cf the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Third,
King of Great Britain,'France and Ireland, D^fencer cf the Faith, &c, and in the
year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety (1790). OArsnaMJO
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«J|  x ATJLaaaJui  Signed,  sealed   and   delivered   in   the"
presence of us in full Council:
Pat. Murray, Major Commanding
at Detroit,
Richard Porter, Capt. 60 th Regt.,
John J. Buller, Capt. 60th Regt.,
Charles Ingram, Capt. 60th Regt.,
I. Hesselberg, Lieut. 60th Regt.,
John Robertson, Lieut. 60th Regt.,
David   Meredith,   Lieut.  R.   R.
Artillery.,
E. Cartwright, Lieut. 60th Regt,
Jb. Jordan, Lieut. 60th Regt.,
Saml. Gibbs, Ens. 60th Regt.,
G. Westphal, Adjt. 60th Regt.,
Jas. Henderson, Surgeon^
A. Grant,
Alex. Harrow,   Lt.   Coming. Nl.
Dept.,
P. Frichette, Ptre Miss.,
Adhemar St. Martin,
Gregor    McGregor,    Major    of
Detroit Militia,
John Martin, Ensg. Militia,
Frans. Baby, Ensg. Militia,
William Robertson,
T. Smith, Lieut. Militia,
Thomas Reynolds, Asst. Comss. and
Storekeeper,
' Henry Hay, Ensign,
Wm. Harffy.
. ;
Recorded by me this 22nd day of Jun<
of Hesse.   Register No. B, pages 374, 375,
i
Pottoicatomies.
Sko-neque, (totem) PL-S.
E-sha-ha, (totem) t^^*
Met-te-go-chin, (totem) [L.S.'
Pe-nash, (totem) [L.S,
She-bense, (totem) (L.S
Key-way-te-nan, (totem)
Hurons.
Sas-ta-rit-sie, (totem)
Ta-hou-Ne-ha-wie-tie, (totem)
Ska-hou-mat, (totem)
Mon-do-ao, (totem)
Te-ha-tow-rence, (totem)
Son-din-ou, (tote'm)
Dow-yen-tet, (totem)
Ted-y-a-ta, (totem)
Tren-you-maing, (totem)
She-hou-wa-te-3Ion, (totem)
Meng-da-hai, (totem)
T80UGH-KA-RATS-Y-WA, (totem)
Rou-nia-hy-ra, (totem)
Chippawas.
Was-son, (totem)
Ti-e-cami-go-se, (totem) XL.
Essebance, (totem) [L.S
Ouitva-nis-sa, (totem) tj'-^'
Cha-bou-quai, (totem) [L.S;
Wa-ban-di-gais, (totem) [L.S.
Mesh-qui-ga-boui, (totem) [L
Ottaicas.
Egouch-e-ouay, (totem) fL-S."
Wa-wish-kuy, (totem) "L.S."
Ni-a-ne-go (totem)    ; ]LJ5."j
Ki-wich-e-ouan, (totem) "L.S."
At-ta-wa-kie, (totem) fL.S.'
O-na-gan, (totem) [L.S."|
En-dah-in, (totem) 'L.S.'
Maug-gic-a-way, (totem) [L.S.J.
i, 1790, at L'Assoraption, in the Distinct
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We do hereby certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence
to the several Nations ; Subscribers to the within Deed agreeable to the consideration
therein mentioned (viz.):
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36pairs 3 pt. blankets, at 12s    21 12   0
155   do  2*          do       10s. 6d    81 7   6
244   do   1£          do       5s. 9d     70 3   0
250   do   1            do       4s. 9d .".   59 7   6
155   do   2            do       7s    54 5   0
35 pieces of Strouds, at 67s  117 5   0
5      do     black cloth, 100 yards, 3s. 9d     18 15   0
12 yards of Moltons, 40s    24 0   0
140 yards of scarlet cloth, 8s    56 0   0
li*  £    s. d.
12 pieces cadies, 420 yards, 2s. 6d    52 10 0
26   do     Embolton linen, 96 yards, 15s OW     62   2 7
20   do     linen, 500 yards, 16s   .".     33   6 8
5   do    callicoe, 40s     10   0 0
I   50 gross gartering, 12s     30   0 0
8 pieces of ribbon, 10s. 6d      4   4 0
40 lbs. thread, 3s      6   0 0
100 lbs. vermillion, 4s    20   0 0
1 dozen black silk handkerchiefs       1 10 0
722   8 3,
£      s. d.
20 dozen plain hats at 15s     15   0 0
40 nests of tin kettles, 21s    42   0 0
10 gross knives, 30s     15   0 0
60 guns, 20s. 6d     61 10 0
20 rifles, 50s     50   0 0
400 lbs. powder, 74s     14 16 0
1,600 lbs. ball and shot, 21s     16 16 0
2,000 flints, 10s       10 0
30 dozen looking glasses, 3s       4 10 0
50plyers, 2s      5   0 0
10 pair callimaneon, 21s     10 10 0
4 nests trunks, 42s       8   8 0
12 dozen scissors, 2s. 9d       1 13 0
12 dozen penknives. 3*       1 16 0
1,000 fish hooks         1    2 6
12 dozen ivory combs, 4s. 6J       2 14 4
12 dozen horn combs, 2s      14 0
600 lbs. brass kettles, 15s    37 10 0
290   9 0
2 gross fire steels, at 4s  ...      0    8 0
10   do   pipes, Is 3d       0 12 6
10 6
722   8 3
290   9 0
Sterling ....". ......1,013 17 9
Equal to Halifax currency 1,126 11 4
39 gallons of rum, at 3s. 9d      7   6 3
A bullock     13   0 0
400 lbs. tobacco, at Is. 3d     25   0 0
24 laced bats, at 20s    24   0 0
11 gross pipes, at Is. 6d  16 6   -
2J gross cutteaw knives      3   5 11
Halifax   currency or the currency of the
Province of Quebec £1,200   0 0
Pat. Murray, Major Commanding.
Richd. Pmrter, Capt. 2nd Batt. 6oth RegL
Charles Ingram, Capt. 60th Regt.
!WWWWJ>*P<IW^ John I. Buller, Capt. 60th Regi.
T. Hesselberg, Lt. 60th Regt.
J. Jordan, Lt. 60th Regt.
David Meredith, Lieut. R. R. Artillery.
E. Cartwright, Lieut. 60th Regt.
John Robertson, Lt. 60th Regt.
Saml. Gibbs, Ens. 60th Regt.
G. Westphal, Adjutant 2nd Batt. 60 th Regt.
Jas. Henderson, Surgeon.
The above recorded at L'Assomption, in the District of Hesse, this 22nd day of
June, 1790.
Register No. B, page 378.
T. SMITH, C. C. P.,
  D.H.
No. 3.
J. Graves Simcoe.
This Indenture made at Navy Hall in the County of Lincoln, in the Province
of Upper Canada on the seventh day of December in tne year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, between Wabakanyne, Wabanip, Kautabus,
Wabaninship and Nattoton, on the one part, and Our Sovereign Lord George the
-Third, by Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King Defender of the
Faith, &c., &c, on the other part.
Whereas, by a certain indenture bearing date the twenty-second day of May, in
the year Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and made between
Wabakanyne, Nannibosure, Pokquawr, Nanaughkawestrawr, Peapamaw, Tabendau,
Sawainchik, Peasanish, Wapamanischigun, Wapeanojhqua, Sachems and War Chiefs !
and Principal Women of the Messissague Indian Nation on the one part, and Our
said Sovereign Lord George the Third, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland,
&c, &c, the other part.
It was witnessed that the said Wabakanyne and the said Principal Chiefs and \
Women above named for and in consideration of the sum of eleven hundred and eighty j
pounds, 6even shillings and fourpence of lawful money of Great Britain, to them \
the said Wabakanyne, Sachems, War Chiefs and Principal Women in hand well and
truly paid did grant, bargain, &ell, alien, release and confirm unto His said Majesty,
His Heirs and Successors, all that tract or parcel of land lying and being between
the Lakes Ontario and Erie, beginning at Lake Ontario four miles south westerly I
from the point opposite to Niagara fort, known by the name of Messissague Point,
and running from thence along the said lake to the creek that flows from a small j
lake into the said Lake Ontario known by the name of Washquarter; from thence a j
north westerly course until it strikes the River La Tranche or New River; thence
down the stream of the said river to the part or place whore a due south course will
lead to the mouth of Cat Fish Creek emptying into Lake Erie, and from the above j
mentioned part or place of the aforesaid River La Tranche following tho south course j
to the mouth of the said Cat Fish Creek; thence down Lake Erie to the lands here-1
tofOre purchased from the Nation of Messissague Indians; and from thence along the j
said purchase to Lake Ontario at the place of beginning as above mentioned, j
together with the woods, ways, paths, waters, watercourses, and appurtenances to the j
said tract or parcel of land belonging.   To have and to hold unto Our said Sovereign j
Lord the King, His Heirs and Successors for ever, as in and by the said Indenture ]
will more fully and at large appear.
And whereas at the time of executing the said Indenture the boundaries of the j
said parcel of land were on one side described by an imaginary line running from the j
small Lake Washquarter in a north-west course until it strikes the river, but from ]
an actual survey it has been discovered that a line from the said Lake Washquarter j
carried on in a north-westerly course will not strike the said River La Tranche. And whereas it is necessary and expedient that the boundary lines of the said
parcel of land should be more accurately laid down and described.
Now this Indenture Witnesseth, and the said Wabakyne, Wabanip, Kautabus,
Wabaniship and Mattotow do hereby acknowledge and declare that the true and real
description of the said tract or parcel of land so bargained, sold, aliened and transferred
by and to the parties aforesaid is all that tract or parcel of land lying and being
between the Lake Ontario and Erie beginning at Lake Ontario four miles southwesterly from the point opposite to Niagara fort known by the name of Messissague
Point and runing from thence along the said lake to the creek that falls from a small
lake known by the name of Washquarter into the said Lake Ontario, and from thence
north forty-five, degrees, west fifty miles; thence south- forty-five degrees, west
twenty miles; and thence south until it strikes the River La Tranche; then down
the stream of the said river to that part or place where a due south course will lead
to the mouth of Catfish Creek emptinginto Lake Erie, and from the above mentioned
part or place of the aforesaid River La Tranche following the south course to the
mouth of the said Catfish Creek; thence down Lake Erie to the lards heretofore
purchased from the said nation of Messissague Indians; and from thence along the
said purchase to Lake Ontario at the place of beginning as above mentioned, together
with all the woods, ways, paths, waters, water courses and appurtenances thereunto
belonging. And therefore the said Wabakanyne, Wabanip, Kautabus, Wabaniship
and Mattotow for and in consideration of the said sum so advanced as aforesaid and
for the further consideration of five shillings of lawful money of Great Britain to
them the said Wabakanyne, Wabanip, Kautabus, Wabaniship and Mattotow in hand
duly p£Id at and before the sealing and delivering of these presents and for the better
ratifying and confirming of the heretofore recited Indenture have gran ted, bargained,
sold, and confirm, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and confirm to His
Britannick Majesty, His heirs ^rad successors, all that tract or parcel of land
lying and being between the Lakes Ontario and Erie, beginning at Lake
Ontario four miles sonth-westerly from the point opposite to Niagara fort,
known by the name of Messissague Point, and running from thence along the said
lake to the creek that falls from a small lake known by the name of Washquarter
into the said Lake Ontario; and from thence north forty-five degrees west fifty
miles; thence south forty-five degrees west twenty miles; and thence south until
it strikes the River La Tranche; then down the stream of the said river to that part
or place where a due south course will lead to the mouth of Catfish Creek emptying
into Lake Erie and from the above mentioned part or place of the aforesaid La
Tranche following the south course to the mouth of the said Catfish Creek ; thence
down Lake Erie to the lands heretofore purchased from the Nation of Messissague
Indians; and from thence along the said purchase to Lake Ontario at the place
beginning as above mentioned, together with all the woods, ways, paths, waters,
water courses and appurtenances thereunto belonging.
To have and to hold all and singular the said tract or parcel of land with its
appurtenances unto His Britannick Majesty, His heirs and successors forever.
And whereas at a conference held by John Collins and William R. Crawford,
Esqrs., with the principal Chiefs of the Messissague Nation, Mr. John Russeau, Interpreter, it was unanimously agreed that the King should have a right to make roads
thro' the Messissague Country, that the navigation of the said rivers and lakes should
be open and free for His vessels and those of His subjects, that the King's subjects
should carry on a free trade unmolested, in and thro' the country : Now this Indenture doth hereby ratify and confirm the said conference and agreement so had between
the parties aforesaid, giving and granting to His said Majesty a power and right to
make roads thro' the said Messissague Country together with the navigation of the
said rivers and lakes for His vessels and those of His subjects trading thereon free
and unmolested.
In Witness Whereof the Chiefs on the part of the Messissague Nation and His
Excellency John Graves Simcoe, Esqr., Lieutenant Governor of the said Province, &c., &c, &c, on the part of His Britannick Majesty have hereunto set their hands
and seals the day and year first above written in the presence
John Butter,
R. Hamilton,
Robt. Kerr.
Peter Russell,
John McGill,
David Willl\m Smith,
j. Graves Simcoe.
[L.S.]
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Wabakanyne,
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Wabanip,
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Kautabus,
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Wabaninship,
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(totem)
Mattotow,
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(totem)
J. Graves Simcoe,
No. 3^.
.George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King,
Defender of the Faith and so forth.
Know ye that Whereas the Attachment and Fidelity of the ChiefWarriors and
People of the Six Nations to us and Our Government, have been made manifest on
divers occasions by their spirited and zealous exertions and by the bravery of their
conduct; And We being desirous of shewing Our approbation of the same, and in
recompense of the losses they may have sustained of providing a convenient Tract of
Land under Our protection for a safe and comfortable retreat for them and their
posterity Have, of Our special Grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, Given and
by these presents Do give and grant unto the Chiefs, Warriors, Women and People of
the said Six nations and their Heirs for ever all that District or Territory of Land
being parcel of a certain District lately purchased by Us of the Mississague Nation
lying and being and limited and bounded as follows (that is to say) the Tract
will then be bounded in front by the Bay of Quinte" between tho mouths of the
River Shannon and Bowen's Creek about Twelve Miles Westerly by a Line running,
North Sixteen Degrees West from the West side of the Mouth of the River Shannon,
and Easterly by a Line running North Sixteen Degrees West from the Mouth of
Bowen's Creek, and Northerly by a Line running East Sixteen-Degrees North and
West Sixteen Degrees, South at the distance of. about Thirteen Miles back from
the Bay of Quinte", measured on the Western Boundary aforesaid, to the North
East Angle of the Township of Thurlow. To Have and to Hold the said District
or Territory of Land of us Our Heirs and Successors to them the Chiefs, Warriors, Women and People of the said Six Nations and to and for the sole use
and behoof of them and their Heirs for ever freely and clearly of and from all
and all manner of Rents, Fines or Services whatsoever to be rendered by
them the said Chiefs, Warriors, Women and people of the said Six Nations to us or
our successors for the same and of and from all conditions, stipulations and agreements whatever except as hereinafter by us'expressed and declared. Giving and
granting and by these presents confirming to the said Chiefs, Warrior, Women and
People of the said Six Nations, and their Heirs, the full and entire possession, Use
benefit and advantage of the said District or Territory of Land to be held and
enjoyed by them in the most free and ample manner and according to the several |
Customs and usages by them the said Chiefs, Waivriors, Women and People of the
said Six Nations. Provided always, and be it understood to be the true intent and j
meaning of these Presents, that for the purpose of assuring the said Lands as
aforesaid to the said Chiefs, Warriors, Women and People of the Six Nations j
and their Heirs and of securing to them the free and undisturbed possession
and enjoyment of the same. It is Our Royal Will and Pleasure that no Transfer,
Alienation, Conveyance, Sale, Gift, Exchange, Lease, Property, or Possession
shall at any time be had, made, or given of the said Disti ict or Territory or \
any part or parcel thereof by any of the said Chiefs, Warriors, Women and j
people of the said Six Nations to any other Nation or Body of People, Person or
persons whatsoever other than among themselves the said Chiefs, Warriors, Women and People of tho said Six Nations but that any such Transfer, Alienation, Conveyance, Sale, Gift, Exchange, Lease, or Possession shall be null and void and of no
effect whatever. And that no Person or Persons shall possess or occupy the said
Di>trict or Territory, or any part or parcel thereof by or under^pretence of any such
alienation or Conveyance as aforesaid, or by or under any pretence whatever under
pain of our severe displeasure. And that in case any Person or Persons other than
the said Chiefs, Warriors, Women and People of the said Six Nations shall under
pretence of any such Title as aforesaid, presume to possess or occupy the said District
or Territory or any part or parcel thereof that it shall and may be lawful for Us,
our Heirs and Successors at any time hereafter to enter upon the Lands so occupied
and possessed by any other Person or Persons-other than the said Chiefs, Warriors,
Women and People of the said Six Nations and them the said Intruders thereof and
therefrom wholly to dispossess and evict and to resume the same to Ourselves, Our
Heirs and Successors. Provided always nevertheless that if at any time the said
Chiefs, Warriors, Women and People of the said Six Nations should be inclined to
dispose of and Surrender their Use and Interest in the said District or Territory,
the same shall be perchased only for Us in our name at some Public Meeting or
Assembly of the Chiefs, Warriors and People of the said Six Nations to be held for
that purpose by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor or Person Administering Our
Government in Our Province of Upper Canada.
In Testimony Whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent
and the Great Seal of Our said Province to be hereunto affixed; Witness His Excellency John Graves Simcoei Esquire, Lieutenant Governor and Colonel Commanding
Our Forces in Our said Province, Given at Our Goverment House at Navy Hall this
First Day of April in the Tear of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and
Ninety Three in the Thirty Third Tear of Our Reign.
Wm. Jarvis, Secy.
(A true copy taken from the original 29th December 1809).
JOHN SMALL.
C. Reg.
J. G. S.
No. 3f .
To all persons to whom these presents shall come, Greeting :
Know ye, that we Wabakanyne, Tabandan, Wabanip, Wanipanant, Okemapenes,
and Potakquan, Sachems and Chief Warriors and principal women of the Messissague nation of Indians in the Province of Upper Canada, for and in consideration of
the sum of one hundred pounds good and lawful money of the said Province to us
in hand well and truly paid before the ensealing and delivery hereof, on the part
and behalf of His Britannick Majestyj have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened,
released, conveyed, and confirmed, and by these presents, Do give, grant, bargain,
alien, release, convey and confirm unto His said Britannick Majesty, and to His heirs
and Successors forever, a certain tract or parcel of Land, butted and bounded as
follows, to wit, Beginning at the outlet (so called) between Burlington Bay and Lake
Ontario, and thence extending down the said Lake on the North shore thereof about
one mile or more to a Creek, falling into the said Lake, called by the said Messissague
Indians Lamabinnecon; thence running north forty five degrees west parallel with
the former purchase line from the said outlet and carrying the full breadth between
the said lines, full so far as to contain Three thousand four hundred and fifty acres.
To have and to hold the said granted and bargained premises, with all the privileges and appurtenances thereof, to His said Britannick Majesty and to His Successors,
to His and their own proper use, benefit and be hoof fore ver, we the aforesaid Sachems,
Chief Warriors and Principal women, hereby engaging to warrant and defend the
said granted premises against all claims and demands by, from or under us or any
others of the Messissague Nuion.
^W^^'BJBMiftliiPillltiPti In Witness whereof we the said Sachems and Chief warriors
women of the said Mississague nation, have hereunto set onr hands
twenty-fourth day of October in the year of Our Lord one thousand
and ninety-five.
Signed, sealed and delivered,   )
in presence of us. j
John Buller, Adjutant.
R. H. Sheaffe, Captain 5th Regt.
J. M. Masor, Lieut. 5th Foot.
Wm. Gainfort, Ens. loth Regt.
W. Johnson Chew, Indian Dept.
A. Jones, D.P.S.
and
and
f Wabakanyne,
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Wabanip,
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Wanapenant,
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Tabandan,
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Okamapenes,
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Patopkquan,
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principal.
»eals this
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(totem)
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(totem)-
(totem)
(totem)
(totem)
No. 4.
J. Graves Simcoe.
f Great seal of Y
\    Canada.     j
George the Third, by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King,
Defender of the Faith, and so forth.
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting:—-
I Know Te, that whereas the attachment and fidelity of the Chiefs, Warriors, and
people of the Six Nations, to Us and Our Government has been made manifest on
divers Occasions by their spirited and zealous Exertions, and by the Bravery of
their Conduct, and We being desirous of showing our Approbation of the same and
in recompence of the Losses they may have sustained of providing a convenient
Tract of Land under Our protection for a safe and suitable Retreat for them and
their Posterity, Have of Our Special Grace, certain Knowledge and mere motion,
given and granted and by these Presents Do Give and Grant to the Chiefs, Warriors,
Women and People of the said Six Nations and their Heirs forever. All that District
or Territory of Land, being Parcel of a certain District lately purchased by Us of
the Mississague Nation, lying and being in the Home District of Our Province of
Upper Canada, beginning at. the Mouth of a certain River formerly known by the
name of the Ouse or Grand River, now called the River Ouse. where it empties itself
into Lake Erie, and running along the Banks of the same for the space of Six Miles
on each side of the said River, or a space co-extensive therewith, conformably to a
certain Survey made of the said Tract of Land, and annexed to these Presents, 3ud
continuing along the said River to a Place called or known by the Name of the Forks,
and from thence along the main Stream of the said River for the space of Six Miles on
each side of the said Stream, or for a space equally extensive therewith, as shall be
set out by a Survey to be made of the same to the utmost extent of the said
River as far as the same has' been purchased by us, and as the same is bounded and
limited in a certain Deed made to Us by the Chiefs and People of the said Mississague
Nation, bearing Date the Seventh Day of December, in the year of Our Lord One
thousand seven hundred and thirty-two; To Have and to Hold the said District or
Territory of Land so bounded as aforesaid of Us, Our Heirs and Successors, to them
the Chiefs, Warriors, Women, and people ot the Six Nations, and to and for the sole
ose and Behoof of them and their Heirs for ever, Freely and Clearly of aud from,
all, and all manner of rents, tines, and services whatever to be rendered by them or
any of them to Us or Our Successors for the same, and of and from all conditions,
stipulations and agreements whatever, except as hereinafter by us expressed and
declared. Giving and granting, and by these Presents confirming to the said
Chiefs, warriors, women, and people of the said Six Nations and their Heirs, the
full and entire possession, use, benefit and advantage of the said district or
territory, to be held and enjoyed by them in the most free and ample manner, and
according to the several customs and usages of them the said Chiefs, warrior, women, and people of the said Six Nations: Provided always, and be it understood to be the
true intent and meaning of these Prosents, that, tor the purpose of assuring the
said lands, as aforesaid to the said chiefs, warriors, women, and people of the Six
Nations, and their heirs, and of securing to them the free and undisturbed possession
and enjoyment of the same, it is our royal will and pleasure that no transfer
alienation, conveyance, sale,-gift, exchange, lease, property or possession, shall at
any time be had, made, or given of the said district or territory, or any part or parcel
thereof, by any the said Chiefs, warriors, women or people, to any other nation or
body of people, person, or persons whatever, other than among themselves the said
Chiefs, warriors, women and people, but that any such transfer alienation, conveyance,
sale, gift, exchange, lease or possession shall be null and void, and of no effect whatever, and that no person or persons shall possess or occupy the said district or
territory or any part or parcel thereof, by or under pretence or any such alienation,.
title or conveyance as aforesaid, or by or under any pretence whatever, under pain
of our severe displeasuse.
And that in case any person or persons other than them, the said Chiefs, warriors,
women and people of the said Six Nations, shall under pietence of any such title as
aforesaid presume to possess or occupy the said district or territory or any part or
parcel thereof, that it shall and may be lawful for us, our heirs and successors, at any
time hereafter, to enter upon the lands so occupied and possessed by any person or
persons other than the people of the said Six Nations, and them the said intruders
thereof and therefrom, wholly to dispossess and evict, and to resume the part or
parcel so occupied to ourselves, our heirs and successors: Provided always, that if
at any time the said Chiefs, warriors, women and people of the said Six Nations
should be inclined to dispose of and surrender their use and interest in the said
district or territory or any part thereof, the same shall be purchased for us, our
heirs and successors, at some public meeting or assembly of the Chiefs, warriors and
people of the said Six Nations, to be holden for that purpose by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, or person administering our Government in our Province of Upper
Canada.
In testimony whereof, we have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent,
and the Great Seal of our said Province to be hereunto affixed, Witness, His Excellency John Graves Simcoe, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor and Colonel Commanding
our Forces in our said Province. Given at our Government House, at Navy Hall,,
this fourteenth day of January, in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred
and ninety-three, in the thirty-third year of Our Reign.
-J. G. S.
Wm. Jarvis, Secretary.
Recorded 20th Feby, 1837. )
Lib. F., Folio 106.       }
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en of the Mohawk, Oghquaga, Onandaga, Seneka and Cayuga Nations,
the Grand River, in the Province of Upper Canada, for and in considera-
Goodwill, Friendship, and affection which we have for Nancy Kerr,* and
[err, in whose vein3 flows our blood, they being children of Robert Kerr
;th Kerr (daughter of Mary Brant our sister) and also in and for the
sideration of the sum of one Pound lawful money of the said Province, to
paid by the said Nancy Kerr and Mary Margaret Kerr, and before the
delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof We do hereby acknowledge
*and therefrom and from every part and parcel thereof do acquit, release
rge the said Nancy Kerr and Slary Margaret Kerr their heirs, executors
istrators and evevy of them by these presents have given, granted,
lienated and confirmed, and by these present do give, grant, enfeoff, alienate and confirm unto the said Nancy Kerr and Mary Margaret Kerr (as tenants in common) a certain Tract of Land situate and being on the said Grand River, commencing
at a post standing on the south side of the aforesaid Grand River marked for the
upper boundary of lands granted to Dr Kerr's three sons, and running up the said
river so far as to contain a front of full forty chains wide, and running and extending back from the river to the Indian line containing two thousand acre3 be the
same more or less, with all and singular the appurtenances to the said tract of land
belonging or in anywise appertaining, and the reversion, and reversions, remainder
and remainders, rents and services of the said premises, and all the estate, right,
title, interest, property, claim and demand whatever of Us, the said Sachems,
War Chiefs and Principal Women or any one whatever of our said nations, of, in
and to the said tract or parcel of land or of, in and to every part and parcel thereof,
to have and to hold the said land and premises hereby given and granted, or mentioned or intended to be given and granted, unto the said Nancy Kerr and Mary
Margaret Kerr, their or either of their heirs and assigns, to the only proper use
and behoof of the said Nancy Kerr and Mary Margaret Kerr, their heirs and
Assigns, for ever;
And we the said Sachems, War-Chiefs and Principal Women, for ourselves and
the whole of our said Nations, our and their heirs, executors and administrators,
do covenant, promise and grant, to and with the said Nancy Kerr and Mary
Margaret Kerr and every of them, their and every of their heirs and Assigns, by
these presents, that they the said Nancy Kerr and Mary Margaret Kerr their Heirs
and assigns, shall and lawfully may from time to time, and at all times hereafter
peaceably and quietly have, hold, occupy, possess and enjoy the said Tract and
parcelof land hereby given and granted, with all and every of its appurtenance
free, clear and discharged, or well and sufficiently saved, kept harmless and
indemnified of, from and against all former and other Titles troubles charges, and
incumbrances whatever; had, done or suffered, or to be had,done or suffered, by
any of us the said Sachems, War Chiefs and Principal Women of the Mohawk,
Oghquaga, Onandaga, Seneka, and Cayuga Nations residing atr the Grand River or
by any one whatever of the said Nation, our and their heirs, executors and
administrators, and by these presents do make this, our act and deed irrevocable
under any pretence whatsoever of the said Nations. And have put the said Nancy
Kerr and Mary Margaret Kerr, in full possession and seizin, by allowing houses to
be built on the premises.
In Witness Whereof, we tho said Sachems, War Chiefs and Principal Women,
have unto these presents, affixed our respective marks, signatures and seals, at the
Mohawk village on the Grand River the twentieth day of May. in the year of Our
Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six.
Signed Sealed and delivered )
in presence of us— j
Ralp Clench.
Philip Stedman, Ju
Henry Dekarighogea,
Jacob Lewis Ayonghuatha,
Daniel Oghnawera,
Peter Dewatogharanegea,
Aaron Hill Degheanosongotha,
Jos. Brant Henry Aaron Hill,
Joseph Dewaseragegii,
Thomas Davis Dewaseragegh,
Joseph Oghnaongoghtor,
Paulus Shagoyatiyoughstha,
Seth Kaneaiiaregowagh,
Toung Brant Agowanatha,
Nicholas Tayoronyoghte,
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Adam Thaweyagearat,
Abraham Onevaskanikon,
Christian Oweanogon,
Esther Dekaghentaghague,
y Catherine Gomeaghtentyatha,
Sarah Aonghwintsujo,
Catherine Gonwenghnongon,
Catherine Otyanoghon,
Catherine Teyotwaneagh,
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Received the day of the date of the above written deed of and from the within
named Nancy Johnson and Mary Margaret Kerr, the sum of one pound; being in
full for the consideration money mentioned to be paid us by the before written deed
—we. say received.
1 certify that the within Instrument is recorded in my office the twentieth of
October, Eighteen Hundred and Twenty, at One o'clock P.M., Lib. B., Foi., 114,
Memo. 595.
JAMES DURAND,
Register for District of Core.
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(Translation.)
Philippe de Rigaud, &c,
Michel Begon, &c.
On the petition presented to us by Messieurs the Ecclesiastics of the Seminary
of St. Sulpice, established at Mon trealrin which they represent that it would be to
the advantage of the Indian Mission of Sault au Recollet, in the Island of Montreal,
which is under their care, if the said Mission was permanently established above the
I*land of Montreal on the lands lying on the uorth-west side of the Lake of Two
Mountains, which said Mission would be advantageous not only for the conversion
of the Indians, who being at a greater distance from the city, would thus have no
opportunity of falling into intemperance, but also to the colony, as by this means it
would be protected from the incursions of the Iroquois, in time of war, praying us to
.grant them for the said Mission, a tract of land of the extent of three leagues and a
half of frontage, commencing at a brook which falls into the Great Bay of the Lake
of Two Mountains, and ascending along the said lake and the River St. Lawrence,
by three leagues in depth, under the title of fief, with the right of superior, mean
and inferior jurisdiction, with the privilege of hunting and fishing as well within
the said tract of land as upon the safd lake and River St. Lawrence, offering for the
same, to bear themselves all the expense which may be incurred in the transfer of
the said Mission as well as to cause a stone church and fort to be built on the place
where the said Mission will be transferred, in consideration of which,
We, in virtue of the powers to us jointly entrusted by His Majesty have given
and ceded and by these presents do give and cede to the Sieurs Ecclesiastics of the
Seminary of St. Sulpice established at Montreal, a tract of land of an extent of three
leagues and a-half of frontage beginning at a brook which runs into the Great Bay
of the Lake of Two Mountains and ascending along the said Lake of Two Mountains
and the River St. Lawrence, by three leagues in depth, to enjoy the said Sieurs
Ecclesiastics, their successors and assigns for ever, even if the said Mission be taken
away from thence, in full property under the title of fief and seigniory, with the right
of superior, mean and inferior jurisdiction, with the privilege of hunting and fishing
as well within as opposite the said Mission, on the said lake and River St. Lawrence, on the condition that they shall bear the whole expense necessary for the
removal of the said Mission and also cause a church and fort to be built there of
stone at their own cost, for the security of the Indians according to the plans thereof
which shall be by them handed over immediately to be by us seen and approved, and 13
the said works to be terminated within a space of two years, subject also to the condition of fealty and hommage (foi et hommage) which the said Sieurs Ecclesiastics
of the Seminary, their successors and assigns shall be held to perform at the Castle
of St. Lewis in Quebec and which they shall hold under the customary duties and
dues and agreeably to the custom of the Prevotship and Ticompty of Paris followed
in this country and that the appeals from the decisions of the Judge who may be
established at the said place, shall lie before the Judges of the Royal Jurisdiction of
Montreal, that they shall keep and cause to bo kept house and home (feuet lieu) on
the said concession, that they shall preserve their oak timber fit for ship-building
which may be found upon tho land, which the said Ecclesiastics shall have set aside
for their principal Manor house, and that they shall also stipulate the reserve of such
oak timber within the extent of the private concessions made or to be made to their
, tenants, which said oak timber His Majesty shall be free to take, as well as the said
land or any part thereof, without being held to pay any indemnity, also that they
shall give notice to the King or to the Governors or Intendants of this country, of
the mines, ores, or minerals, if any be found within the limits of the said fief, and
leave the necessary road, ways, and passages, that they shall concede the said uncleared
lands under the simple title of a rent of twenty sols and a Capon for each and every
arpent of land in front by forty arpents in depth and six deniers of cens and that
there shall not be inserted in the said Concessions any sum of money or any other
charge than that of the simple title of rent, according to the intentions of His
Majesty, from whom they shall be hold to obtain the ratification of these presents
within a year of its date, failing this, this concession to be null.
In Testimony Whereof, we have hereunto put our hands and affixed our seal-
at-arms and have had the same countersigned by our Secretaries.
Done at Quebec this seventeenth day of October, 1717.
Signed: Taudreuil Begon, and  below by their Lordships de L'Etasge and
Barbel.
(True Copy).
BEGON.
(Translation.)
Louis, by the Grace of God, King of France and of Navarre, to all to whom these
Presents shall come,—Greeting :
Our dear and Well-Beloved, the Ecclesiastics of the Company of Jesus residinr
in la Nouvelle France, having very respectfully caused to be represented to us, that
the lands of the Prairie de la~Magdelaine, which have been conceded to them, are too
swampy to be cultivated and procure them the means to support the Iroquois who
are established there, and as it is to be feared that they might withdraw therefrom,
were we not pleased to grant them the land called the Sault, contining two leagues
of frontage, beginning at a point opposite the Rapids of St. Louis, ascending along
the lake in similar depth, also two Islands, Islets and the Beach, lying opposite and
adjoining the lands of the said Prairie de la Magdelaine, which enable them not only
to hold back the Iroquois, but also to augment their number and propagate more
extensively the faith and the gospel.
Therefore, desirous of contributing to the conversion and instruction of the said
Iroquois and to act favourably towards the said Petitioners, We have given
them and we do give them by these Presents, to which we have affixed our sign
Manual, the said piece of land called the Sault, containing two leagues of frontage,
commencing at a point opposite tho St. Louis Rapids, ascending along the lake in
similar depth, with two Islands and Islets and the beach lying opposite and adjoining
the lands of the said Prairie de la Magdelaine, on the condition that the said tract
of land called the Sault will revert to us all cleared, when the said Iroquois will
leave it. Granting permission to all those whoever it may please to do so, to convey
rings, knives, or any other kind of pedlar's ware, forbidding and prohibiting the
French who may reside with the, Iroquois or any other Indian Nation, and who may establish themselves on the said tract of land, called the Sault, to have any cattle, or
establish any inn in the village, which the Iroquois may erect on the said tract of
land.
We hereby order our loved and loyal Conceil Souverain of Quebec, and to all our
other officers of justice, whom these Our Presents, Letters of Grant, or of Concession may concern, to have tho same read and registered and the contents of which
the said Petitioners to be made to enjoy and make use of, free of all troubles or hindrances which may at present or hereafter exist to the contrary, for such is our
pleasure.
In Testimony Whereof we have caused our Seal to be hereunto affixed.
Given at Fontainbleau this twenty-ninth day of May; in the year of Grace one
thousand six hundred aud eighty, and in the thirty-eighth of Our Reign, signed Louis
by the King Colbert.
This day the above Letters Patent have been registered at the Greffe Souverain
of Quebec according to its decree of this day's date, to enjoy and make use of the
said Grantees of the contents therein mentioned at Quebec the 24th October, 1680,
signed Peuvret.
(Translation.)
Louis de Buade, Count de Frontenac, King's Councillor in His Councils,
Governor and Lieutenant Governor for His Majesty in Canada, Acadia and New
Foundland and Jacques Duchesneau, Knight, also King's Councillor in His Councils,
Comptroller of Justice, Police and Finance, in the said country, on the representation
to Us made by the Reverend Fathers of the Company of Jesus, that His Majesty
having by his Letters Patent of the 29th May, 16S0, recorded in the Consell
Souverain of Quebec the 29th October following, granted to them a tract of Land
called the Sault, containing two leagues of frontage beginning at a point opposite the
Rapids of St. Louis, ascending along the Lake in similar depth, with two Islands,
Islets, and the beach, lying opposite and adjoining the lands of the Prairie de la
Magdelaine, for the reasons mentioned in the said Letters Patent, and on the conditions therein written, they request us to be pleased to grant them a remainder of
land of a league and a half or thereabouts, in length, starting from the said tract of
land called the Sault, ascending the Lake towards the Seigniory of Chateauguay, by
two leagues and a half in depth which would better enable them to entice thither
the Iroquois and other Indians and to augment their number, and by this means to
spread the light of the Gospel.
We in virtue of the powers jointly entrusted to u£ by His Majesty and to further
facilitate to the said Reverend Fathers the means of continuing the care they have
for such a long time bestowed, and with so much zeal upon the Iroquois and other
Indians, for their conversion and instruction, have given, conceded and granted, and
bv these presents do give, concede, and grant to them the said remainder of land of
about one league and a half in length, to start from the said tract of land called the
Sault, and running towards the Seigniory of Chateauguay, by two leagues in depth,
to enjoy the said Reverend Fathers, on the same charges and conditions contained
in the said Letters Patent of His Majesty, ratification of these presents to be obtained
from His Majesty within a year from this date.
In Testimony Whereof We have signed these presents and have caused Our
Seals at Arms to be thereunto affixed.
Given at Quebec the31st October, 1680,(Sig'd.) FRONTENAC DUCHESNEAU.
I do hereby certify the foregoing to be true copy of the Originals as on Record
in the Office of Enrollments at Quebec in a French Register intitled " Cahiers
dTntendance & Concessions en fief," Nos. 2 to 9, folio 122, &c.
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No. 5.
UPPER CANADA.
To all whom these presents may come,—Greeting :
Whereas,the Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Chippeway tribe or Nation of
Indians, being desirous, for certain considerations hereinafter shown, of selling and
•disposing of a certain tract of land lying near the Lake Huron or butting and bounding thereon, called the Harbour of Penetangushene, to His Britannic Majesty King
George the Third Our Great Father: Now know ye that We the Chiefs. Warriors
and People of the Chippeway tribe or Nation for and in consideration of one hundred
and one pounds, Quebec Currency to us paid or in value given, the receipt whereof
we hereby acknowledge to have given, granted, sold, disposed of and confirmed, and
by these presents do give, grant, sell, dispose of and confirm for ever unto His
Britannic Majesty King George the Third, all that tract or space containing land
and water, or parcel of ground covered with water, be the same land or water or
both lying and being near or upon the Lake Huron,.called Penetangushene, and
batted and bounded as follows:—Beginning at the head or South-Westernmost angle of
a bay situated above certain French ruins, now lying on the east side of a small
strait leading: from the said Bay into a larger Bay called. Gloucester or Sturgeon Bay;
the head or South-Westernmost angle of the said bay being called by the Indians
Opeliguoyawsing; thence North 70° West to a bay of Lake Huron, called by the
Indians Nottoway Sague Bay; thence following the shores of Lake Huron, according to the different courses and windings of the said Nottoway Sague Bay—Penetangushene Harbour and Gloucester or Sturgeon Bay, sometimes called also
Matchedash—to the place of beginning: containing all the land to the Northward of
the said line running North 70° West and lying between it and the waters of Lake
Huron, together with the Islands in the said Harbour of Penetangushene.
To have and to hold the said parcel Dr tract of land, together with all the Woods
and Waters thereon lying and being unto His said Majesty King George the Third,
His heirs and successors forever, free and clear of all claims, rights, privileges and
emoluments, which we, the said Chiefs, Warriors, &c, &c, and people of the said
Chippeway tribe or nation might have before the execution of these presents: And
free and clear of any pretended which Nour children, descendants or posterity may
hereafter make to the same: Hereby renouncing ami forever absolving ourselves and
our children, descendants and posterity of all title to the soil, woods and waters of
the above described parcel or tract of land in favour of His said Britannic Majesty,
His heirs and successors forever.
In Witness Whereof, we have for ourselves and the rest of our tribe or nation
hereunto set our marks, signatures and seals this Twenty-second day of May and in
the thirty-eighth year of the reign of our Great Father King George the Third: at
York, in the Province aforesaid, having first heard this instrument openly read and
rehearsed in our own language and fully approved by ourselves and our Nation.
In the presence:
Will. Willcocks^
Commissioner   on   behalf of the
Province.
Alex. Burns.
Commissioner   on  behalf of  the
Province.
Sam. Smith, Major.
J. S. Rangers.
Arthr. Holden Brooking, Lt. 2nd Regt.
John McGill, Adjt. 2nd Regt.
J. Givins, Agent of Indians.
W. Johnson Chew, Indian Department.
Geo. Cown, /. D.
W. Claus,
Superintendent Indian Affairs,
on behalf of the Croicn. [L.S.]
Chabondashea,           [L.S.] (totem).
Aasance,                      £E.S.J (totem).
Wabenenguan,            P'^'i (totem)-
VNingawson,                  [ L.S.J (totem).
Omassanahsqutawah, [L.S.J (totem).  16
To this Instrument is also annexed a plan of the lands and Harbour purchased,,
and a Schedule of the goods given in purchase of tho same.
Will. Willcocks,
Commissioner on behalf of the Province.
Alex. Burns,
Commissioner on behalf of the Province.
Sam. Smith, Major.
J. S. Rangers,
Arthr. Holden Brooking,
Lieut. 2nd Rt.
John McGill,
Adj. 2nd Rt.
J. Giyixs,
Agent of Indians.
W.Johnson Chew,
Indian Department
Geo. Cown,
LD.
D. T. Smith,
Acting Superintendent General.
W. Claus,
Supt. Indian Affairs, on behalf of the
Crown. LP-^J
Chabondashean,     Pp-S.J (totem.)
Aasance, fji.S.J (totem.)
Wabeninguan,        ["L.S.1 (totem.)
Ningawson, [L.S.J (totem.)
Omassanahsqutawah,
[L.S.J (totem.)
This is schedule of the articles given to the Chippeway Nation of Indians by way
of purchase or as an equivalent for their conveyance in fee of the harbour of Penetangushene and the adjacent lands made at the time of the delivery of the same being
the twenty-second day of May, 1798.
We do hereby certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence
to the Chippeway Nation, subscribers to the within deed, being the consideration
therein mentioned as sent from the General Store by order of the Commander-in-Chief.
£.   d.   s.
20 pair of blankets of 2^ pts., at 16s. 6d     6 10   0
25 pair of blankets    2* "     12s  15    0    0
17 pair of blankets     1£ "     9s. 9d     8   5   9
4 pieces of blue Strouds, 84 yds., 17s. per piece  23   8   0
44 pounds brass kettles, at 2s. 4jd     5   4   6
4 pieces of calico, 18J yds. each, is 74 yds., at55s.6d.p. p. 11 2 0
3 pieces of L-ish linen, 25 yds. ea., is 75 yds., 75s. pr. p. 11 5 0
3 piecesofCalamancoe,30yds.ea.,is 90 yds.,at 54s.9d.p.p. 8 4 3
9 doz. butchers'knives, at 4s. 6d     2   0   6
101    0   0
amounting in the whole to one hundred and one pounds Quebec currency.
Will. Willcocks,
Commissioner on behalf of the Province.
Alex. Burns,
Commr. on behalf of the Province.
Sam. Smith, Major.
J. S. Rangers.
Arthur Holden Brooking, »
'   Lieut. 2nd Regt.
John McGill,
Adj. 2nd Regt.
We the undersigned Chiefs of the Chippeway Nation, do in behalf of ourselves
and of our Nation, relinquish and cede to the King of Great Britain the lands described in the plan subjoined, bounded by a line to be drawn from the head of Opetiqua- J*.**0"
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west twenty degrees north or thereabouts and colored red. Provided that goods to
the amount of one hundred pounds Quebec currency shall be given to us at the time
of the officer of the King of Great Britain or any of His subjects taking possession
thereof or bond fide as near as may be practicable to such an event, when we promise
for ourselves and for our Nation to ratify the cession aforesaid, by a due and regular
deed of conveyance.
Done at Tork, in the Province of Upper Canada, this nineteenth day of May, one
thousand seven hundred and ninety-five.
Witnesses:
J. Givins,
Lieut. 2nd Regt.
Geo. Cown.
Witnesses on the part of the Province f
of Upper Canada:
Alex. Aiken, D. Sy'r. U. C.
W. Johnson Chew.
W. Kuper, I. D. j
Chabondasheam,
Kuwaycamekeshcam,
Ningasam,
Wabuninguan.
(totem.)
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No. 6.
UPPER CANADA.
To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting.
Whereas, we the principal Chiefs, Warriors, and People of the Cheppewa
Nation of Indians being desirous for a certain consideration hereinafter mentioned
of selling and disposing of a certain parcel or tract of land situate and lying on the
north side of the River Thames orRiver La Tranche and known in the Indian
name by Escunnisepe unto His Britannic Majesty King George the Third our great
Father.
Now Know Te, that we the said principal Chiefs, Warriors and People of the
Chippewa Nation for and in consideration of the sum of twelve hundred pounds
Quebec currency value in goods estimated according to the Montreal price now
delivered to us, the receipt whereof we hereby acknowledge, have given, granted,
sold, disposed of and confirmed, and by these presents do give, grant, sell, dispose
of and confirm forever unto Alexander McKee, Esquire, Deputy Superintendent
General and Deputy Inspector Geueral of Indians and of their affairs on behalf of His
said Britannic Majesty King George the Third His heirs and successors, all that parcel
or tract of land situate and lying on the north side of the River Thames as aforesaid,
beginning at a certain station on the north bank of the said river about nineteen
miles above the Deleware Tillage following the windings of the said river and about
twelve miles distant from the said village in a direct northerly course, being about
two miles above a lime stone rock and spring on the said river which station will be
more perfectly found by a line run from the main or lower fork at London six miles
on a course south, sixty-eight degrees thirty minutes west, by the magnet; thence
north twenty-one degrees thirty minutes west till it intersects the said River Thames,
which intersection is the station or place of beginning as aforesaid; from thence north,
twenty-one degrees thirty minutes west twelve miles; thence north sixty-eight
degrees thirty minutes east twelve miles; thence south twenty-one degrees thirty
minutes east till it intersects a right line running from the upper forks of the said
river at Oxford to the main or lower forks of the said river at London; thence along
the said line to the said upper forks on a course north sixty-eight degrees thirty
minutes east; thence down the said River Thames following the several windings and
courses with the stream to the place of beginning. To have and to hold the said
parcel or .tract of land together with all the woods and waters thereon situate lying,
and being unto the said Alexander McKee, Esquire, for and on behalf of His said
Britannic Majesty King George the Third His heirs and successors for ever free and
I hi  •clean of and frdm all claims, rights, privileges, or emoluments which we the said
Chiefs, Warriors and People of the said Chippawa Nation might have before the
execution of these presents, and free and clear of any pretended claim which our
children or descendants may hereafter make to the same, hereby renouncing and
forever absolving ourselves, our children, descendants and posterity of all title to the
said parcel or tract of land, the soil, woods, and waters thereof, in favour of the said
Alexander McKee, Esquire, for and on behalf of His said Britannic Majesty, His heirs
and successors for ever.
In Witness Whereof, we have for ourselves and the rest of our Nation hereunto set our respective marks and seals this seventh day of September, in the thirty
sixth year of the reign of King George the Third, having first heard this instrument
openly read and rehearsed in our own language and fully approved by ourselves and
our Nation. And in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety
six
Present at the execution and delivery")
-  of this instrument, and witnesses >■
thereto: J
A. McKee D.S.G.DJ.G.I.A. on behalf
of Bis Majesty, [L.S.]
Richard Pollard,
Thos. Smith,
~) Corns, on behalf
Y of the Prov. of
Upper Canada.
T. McKee, Supt. N.W.D.
A. Iredell, D.S. W.D.
John Martin.
G. Selby, A.S.I.A.
Charleveaume,
Nicola Lasille,  YInterpreters.
Jaque x Peltier,
David Tait.
Indian Witnesses :"
Shimindock, Chief of the Ottawas.
(totem.)
Negig, Chief do       (totem.)
Mitchewass, do       (totem.)
We do certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence to the
Chippawa Nation, subscribers to the within deed, being the consideration therein
mentioned as sent from the General Indian Store by* order of the Commander in
Chief.
Camcommenania, (totem)
Negig, (totem)
Wapenousa, (totem)
KlTCHYMUGHQUA, (totem)
Nawacissynabe, (totem)
Ticomegasson, (totem)
Kiashke, (totem)
Wasson, (totem)
Wittaness, (totem)
Peyshiky, (totem)
Annamakance, (totem)
Macounce, (totem)
Nangee, (totem)
3   points     120blank'ts
2ir
Blankets
do
2      do
n do
l"    do
5 pieces.
Cloth, broad	
do   livery	
Cadis        3 pieces j   120
Calico    13   do   and 2 yard
Combs, ivory ....!   120
do   horn	
Callimanco   4 pieces and 8 yards...
Embossed serge    S pieces...	
and
Fishhooks >	
Flints	
290
do
250
do
368
do
290
do
91f
yards".
16
do
120£
do
236
do
120
180
120
yards
'247
do
13
do
1,440
1,440 19
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124
15
278
12
21
67
24
40
400
72
200
73
60
500
120
300
3,456
144
11
525
2,100
72
32
54
465
80
Guns Chiefs	
Pounds	
Black silk	
Crimson barred	
Gunpowder	
Handkerchiefs	
do         	
Hats....                                                      	
do 	
Plain  ....
Knives	
do	
Kettles ]
Butchers	
Pen	
Brass, pounds....	
Copper  do    	
yards.
Moltons	
10 pieces	
yards.
Pipes	
Ribband __	
Tobacco	
Rifles :: k 1	
Strouds	
yards.
Shot and ball	
Scissors	
Pounds	
Pairs	
Thread	
Trunks              	
Pounds	
Red leather o"ilt	
/
Tobacco	
Termillion	
Pounds	
do    	
■
A bullock furnished by the D. Commissary, value  f £12 10 0
Rum do by . do   Quebec curry.  (   11 ^5 0
Amounting in the whole to twelve hundred pounds Quebec Currency.
Richard Pollard, \ Commissioners on behalf of the
Thomas Smith,       j     Province of Upper Canada.
T. McKee, Supt. N.W.D..
X A. Iredell, D.S.W.D.,
John Martin,
G. Selby, A.S.I.A.,
Charlveaume, ")
Jaque x Peltier,'   V    Interpreters.
Nicola Lasille,      )
David Tait,
Entered in the Register, for the County of Kent, Letter B., Foi. 4, the twenty
second day of October, 1796, at ten o'clock in the forenoon.
RICHARD POLLARD,
§tg.^§ Register.
No. 7.
UPPER CANADA.
To all to whom these presents may come,—Greeting :
Whereas we the Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Chippawa Nation
of Indians being desirous for a certain consideration hereafter shewn of selling and
..disposing of a certain parcel or tract of land lying on and near to the river called
Chenail Ecarte" unto His Britannic Majesty Kiri£ George the Third, our Great
Father. Now know ye, that we the said Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of
the Chippawa Nation for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred pounds
Quebec currency value in goods estimated according to the Montreal price now
2£* * II
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 1	  delivered to us, the receipt whereof we hereby acknowledge, have given, granted,
sold, disposed of and confirmed and by these presents do give, grant, sell, dispose of
and confirm for ever unto Alexander McKee, Esquire, Deputy Superintendent
General and Deputy Inspector General of Iudians and of their affairs, for and on
behalf of His said Britannic Majesty King George the Third, His heirs and successors,
all that parcel or tract of land lying on and near to the said River Chenaii Eearte",
which river is known in the Indian names as follows (that is to say) from the River
St Clair to the first fork on the south side Pakeitchewanse and from the said fork
on the north side Wapissejunkissycawpowa, beginning at the said first fork where
the Ottawa Tillage now stands and where the east line of the lands purchased of
us and other Indian Nations by the Crown in the year one thousand seven hundred
and ninety commences and following the several windings of the said river up the
stream to the River St. Clair; thence up the said River St. Clair following the
several windings thereof to a hickory tree marked with -a broad arrow, fifty links
above a small run being twelve miles and a half on a direct north course from the
said fork; thence east nine hundred and twenty three Gunter's chains; thence south
until it intersects the east line of the said land purchased as aforesaid, in the year
one thousand seven hundred and ninety; thence west following the said east line
to the said fork, being the place of beginning.
To have and to hold the said parcel or tract of land, together with all the
woods and waters thereon situate, lying and being unto the said Alexander McKee,
Esquire, for and on behalf of His said fetannic Majesty, King George the Third, His
heirs and successors forever, free and clear of and from all claims, rights, privileges
and emoluments which we the said Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Chippawa
Nation might have before the execution of these presents, and free and clear of any
pretended claims which our children or descendants may hereafter make to the same,
hereby renouncing and forever absolving ourselves, our children, descendants and
posterity of all title to the said parcel or tract of land, the soil, woods and waters
thereof, in favour of the said Alexander McKee, Esquire, for and on behalf of His
said Britannic Majesty, His heirs and successors forever. In witness whereof we
have for ourselves and the rest of our Nation hereunto set our marks and seals this
seventh day of September, in the thirty-sixth year of the reign of King George the
third and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six, having
first heard this Instrument openly read and rehearsed in our own language and fully
approved by ourselves and our Nation.
Present at the execution and delivery} A  McK      D.S.G.D.I.G.I.A.,
of  this   instrument   and   witnesses £ on behalf of His Majesty,
thereto. J J    J
Richd. Pollard, \ Commissioners on behalf of
Thos. Smith,        j     the Province of Upper Canada.
T. McKee, Supt. N.W.D. Negig, (totem) fL.S/
John Martin, Wapenousa, (tetem) L-k.S.'
G. Selby, A.S.I.A. Kitchemughqua, (totem)       N-'-S/
Charle veaume,   | Nawacissynabe, (totem)       D^S-'
Nicola Lasille, Ticomegasson, (totem) [L.S.
hi* ^Interpreters. Kiashke, (totem) [L.S.
Jacquex Peltier, Wasson. (totem) £L.S.
roark- J Wittaness, (totem) [L.S.
Peyshiky. (totem) [L.S.
Indian Witnesses: Axnamakance, (totem) [L.S.
Shemmendock, Chief of the Ottawas (totem). Macounce, (totem) [LS,
Negig, Ctdef of the Ottawas (totem). Nangee, (totem) [L.S
Mitchewas, Chief of the Ottawas (totem).       Camcommenanin, {totem)      [L
We do certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence to the
Chippawa Nation subscribers to the within Deed being the consideration therein
mentioned as sent from the General Indian Store by order of the Commander in
Chief.
I
■Wijg^M^j^^  Blankets
do
do
[    H   do
I   I-   do
Cloth livery '.   5 pieces..
-Cadis    7   do    ..
Callico '.   8   do   ..
Callimanco    3   do    ..
Combs, ivoy ...:	
do     horn 	
Embossed serge   5 pieces
f   3 points '   80 blankets.
I    3|    "
Fishhooks I 960,
Flints i	
'.Fire, steels   K:	
Guns, Chiefs f	
Gunpowder * Pounds	
Handkerchiefs ..: Black silk	
do  J Barr'd	
Hoes ■ Carolina     45,
Hats    Laced     16.
do    Plain       28,
Knives    Butchers    300,
do-   .
Kettles .
- Moltons .
Pen      70.
Copper, pounds      43.
    145.
Linen, - Irish..
Lookii
JBrass do
Tin, number.
6F
glasses     156.
Pipes ! Tobacco	
Ribband :	
Rifles	
Strouds    15 pieces and
Shot and ball  ...  pounds	
Scissors *   pairs	
Thread   pounds	
Trunks    36.
Tobacco    pounds    330
Termillion ".....  pounds j 50.
A Bullock furnished by the D. Commissary, value
Rum ditto     by ditto
. Quebec Currency amounting in the whole to Eight hundred pounds Quebec
currency.
Richd Pollard,     \ Commissioners on behalf of the
Thos- Smith. j    Province of Upper Canada.
T. McKee, Supt. N. W.D.
A. Iredell, D. S. W. D.,
John Martin,
G. Selby, A. S. I. A.
CHARLEVEAU3IE.       "]
Jaque X Peltier, >Interpreters.
Nicola Lasille.    J
David Tait.
2,304.
100 yards.
7
340 yards.
1,400.
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cx^n,  Entered in the Register for the County of Kent, Letter B, Foi. 7, on the twenty-
gecond day of October, 1796, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon.
RICHARD POLLARD,
Register.
No. 8.
To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting :
Whereas we the Principal Chiefs, Warriors and People of the Mississague
Nation of Indians being desirous for a certain consideration hereinafter mentioned of
selling and disposing of a certain parcel or tract of Land, situate, lying and being at
the head of Lake Ontario (as surveyed by Mr. Augustus Jones, Deputy Provincial
Surveyor) unto His Britannic Majesty King George the Third, Our Great Father. Now
know ye, that we the said Principal Chiefs, Warriors and People of the Mississague
Nation for and in consideration of the sum of seventy-five pounds two shillings and
sixpence Quebec Currency value in goods estimated according to the Montreal price,
now delivered to us, the receipt whereof we hereby acknowledge, Have given, granted,
sold, disposed of and confirmed and by these presents do give, grant, sell, dispose of
and confirm forever, unto William Claus, Esq., Superintendent of Indian Affairs, on
behalf of his said Britannic Majesty King George the Third, his heirs and successors
all that parcel or tract of land situate" an<* lying as aforesaid. Beginning on the
the North Bank of Burlington Bay in the limit between the lands heretofore
purchased from the Mississagues and the lands intended to be purchased from the
Mississagues for Capt. Joseph Brant, that being the south-eastern angle of the
the Township of Flamborough East, then north forty-five degrees west along the
purchase line, two hundred and eighty-eight chains more or less; then north forty-
five degrees east one hundred and twenty chains: then south forty-five degrees east
to the mouth of a small creek (which empties itself into Lake Ontario) called by the
Indians Lamabinicon; then westerly along the shore of Lake Ontario to where tho
Sandy Beach (otherwise called the north neck) joins to the mainland; then along
the eastern shore of the said Beach to the outlet from the Little Lake or Burlington
Bay as aforesaid; and then north forty-five degrees west to the place of beginning,
containing three thousand four hundred and fifty acres may there be more or less.
To have and to hold the said parcel or tract of lanoVtogether with all the woods and
waters thereon situate lying and being to the said William Claus, Esq., Superintendent of Indian Affairs, for and on behalf of His said Britannic Majesty King George
the Third, His heirs and successors forever, free and clear of and from all claims,
rights, privileges or emoluments which we the said Chiefs, Warriors and people of
the Mississague Nation might have before the execution of these presents and
free and clear of any pretended claim which our children or descendants may
hereafter make to the same. Hereby renouncing and forever absolving ourselves"
our children descendants and posterity of all title to the said parcel or tract of
land, the soil, woods and waters thereof in favour of the said William Claus, Esq.,
Superintendent of Indian Affairs, for and on behalf of His said Britannic Majesty,
His heirs and successors forever.
In Witness Whereof we have for ourselves and the rest of our nation, hereunto
set our respective marks and seals this twenty-first day of August in the thirty-
seventh year of the reign of King George the third. Having first heard this instrument openly read and rehearsed in our own language and fully approved by ourselves
and our Nation, and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-
seven.
Present at the execution and delivery Of this \
instrument.and Witnesses thereto, j
Robt. Nelles.        I Commissioners  on  beho
George Chisholm. J        Province of Upper
W. Claus, Supt. I.A.,
the Crown
on behalf of
[L.S.]
jPf^pjpjM^iiJ|i^^|l  Wabanip (totem) [L.S.1
Quanibbenon (totem) X.S."
Potaquan (tote ra) "I»-S.'
Okemabenasse (totem) L.S.'
Wabanoseh (totem) "L.S."
Tabandon (totem) XJS."
j goods were delivered in our presence
to the Mississague Nation subscribers to the within Deed being the consideration
therein mentioned, as sent from the General Indian Store by order of the Commander
in Chief, viz. :
Howard Douglas, Lt. M.A. *)
John Bronhead, Lieut. 24th Regt. I
W. Johnson Chew, Indn. Dept. (
J. B. Rousseaux, D.R. J
We do hereby certify that the following
Blankets of 2 points, Thirty-two at 12s. per pair      9   12
do        1£  do    Twenty-two at 9s. 9d. per pair.      5     7
do        2|  do    Thirty-six at 16s. 6d.     do    ..    14   17
Two Pieces Blue Strouds containing Forty-one and "1
three quarter yards at 97s. 6d. per piece  I     14   10
Two Pieces Black Strouds containing Forty and {
three quarter yards at 97s. 6d. per piece J
Three Pieces Linen 25 yards each is seventy five
yards at 53s. 4d. per piece      8     0
Five Pieces Calico 18 yards each is ninety yards at
42s. per piece     10
Nine dozen Butchers Knives at 4s. 6d. per dozen       2
Forty seven pounds of Brass Kettles at 2s. 3d       5
Quebec Currency  £75     2
Amounting in the whole to seventy-five pounds two shillings and
Currency.
Robert Nelles.    \ Commissioners on the part of the
George Chisholm. j Province of Upper Canada.
Howard Douglas, Lt. R.A.
John Bronhead, Lt. 24th Regt.
10
0
0
6
5
9
No. 9.
To His Honor Peter Russell, President and Administering the Government of His
Majesty's Province of Upper Canada, &c, &c, &c.
■ I, Captain Joseph Brant, Thayendanegea Sachem and Chief Warrior of the five
Nations settled by His Majesty's authority upon the Ouse or Grand River, in the said
Province.   These my several requests to His Honor the said Peter Russell as His
Majesty's representative in the said Province present.
Whereas it pleased His said 3Iajesty by a- certain Instrument under the hand
and seal at arms of Sir Frederick Haldimand some time since His Majesty's Captain
General, and Governor in Chief of the Province of Quebec, and Territories (now the
Province of Upper and Lower Canada), dated at Quebec; the twenty-fifth day of
October, and in the twenty-fifth year of His said Majesty's Reign, to authorize and
permit the Mohawk and other of the Six Nations as might desire so to do to take
possession of and settle on the banks of the said River which said Instrument follows
in these words. To wit, " [L.S] Frederick Haldimand Captain General and Governor
u in Chief of the Province of Quebec and Territories depending thereon, &c, &c. &c.
" General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in said Province, and the
" frontiers thereof, &c, &c, &c."
" Whereas His Majesty having been pleased to direct, that in consideration of
" the early attachment to his cause manifested by the Mohawk Indians and of the
" loss of their settlement which they thereby sustained, that a convenient Tract of
" Land under His protection should be chosen as a safe and comfortable retreat for  24
«them, and others of the Six Nations who have either lost their settlements within
" the territory of the American States, or wish to retire from them to the British."
w I have at the earnest desire of many of-them His Majesty's faithful allies
« purchased a tract of land from the Indians situated between the Lakes Ontario .
« and Erie and I do hereby in His Majesty's name authorize each and every of the
" said Mohawk Nation and such others of the Six Nation Indians as wish to settle
" in that quarter, to take possession of and settle upon the banks of the river com-
" monly called Ouse or Grand River running into Lake Erie allotting to them for
" that purpose six miles deep from each side of the said river, beginning at Lake
" Erie, and extending in that proportion to the head of the said river: which them and
" their posterity are to enjoy for ever. Given under my hand and seal at arms at
" the Castle of St. L--»uis, this twenty-fifth day of October, one thousand seven
"hundred and eighty-four and in the twenty-fifth year of the Reign ofourSov-
" ereign Lord George the Third by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and
" Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith and so forth; (signed) 'Frederick Hamilton.'
"By His Excellency's, [L.S.], command (witnessed) R. Mathew."
And whereas, by the settling of the lands near to and round about the said
river by His Majesty's subjects, the hunting grounds now scarcely afford the said
Nations the means of support, and are likely to be more contracted by an increase
of people; and whereas, the said Mohawks and others of the Six Nations being well
assured of His 3Iajesty's beuevolent intentions towards them and their posterity, and
having all opportunity of obtaining by way of annuity a more certain and permanent
means of support by a sale of such parts of the said lands as are now as hunting
grounds entirely useless. And whereas, the Sachems and Chief Warriors of the said
Mohawk, Oghquaga, Seneka, Onandaga and Cayuga Tribes, being those only of the
said Six Nations now residing on and claiming the said lands on the said Grand
River in virtue of the aforesaid grant or instrument; in full Council assembled at
Barton, Burlington Bay, on the second day of November, in the year of Our Lord
one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six,_for and in behalf of themselves, each
and every of their several Nations and their posterity; did give and grant full
power and absolute authority to me the said Captain Joseph Brant Thayendanegea
to relinquish and surrender to His said Majesty, His Heirs and Successors all and
singular their and each of their right, title, interest, property, possession, claim and
demand whatsoever, which they or either of them had, might or would have had
either in law or equity; of, in, and to certain tracts, pieces or parcels of lands on the
said Grand River for the express purpose of the same being regranted to such person
or persons as I should for that purpose nominate and likewise to appoint such
trustee or trustees in whose names the necessary securities for securing the payment
of the several sums of money that may in future become due and owing for the purchase thereof. For this purpose therefore, and for carrying fully into effect the
wishes and intentions of the said Nations, I the said Joseph Brant Thayendanegea
Sachem and Chief Warrior of the Five (formerly Six) Nations as their Attorney
aforesaid duly nominated, constituted and appointed, Do by these presents for and in
behalf of the said Nations and their posterity, fully, freely and absolutely surrender,
relinquish and quit claim to all and singular the right, title, property, possession
and interest, which the said Nations, they or either of them now have, might or could
have had to such parts of the said lands as are mentioned and contained in the
Schedule hereunto affixed, containing by estimation about three hundred and eighty-
one thousand four hundred and eighty acres, which the said Nations now hold of
His said Majesty by the authority aforesaid; and I do hereby humbly beseech His
said Majesty, that the same may be granted in fee simple to the several persons in
quantity as in the said Schedule mentioned.
And I do further beg leave to request that the Honorable David William Smith,
Esqaire,^ His^lajesty's acting Surveyor-General of this Province, Captain William
/laus His said Majesty's Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs and Alexander
Stewart, Esquire, may meet with Tour Honor's approbation as the Trustees in whose
names I wish the necessary securities to be taken for securing to the said Nations,
1  il the monies due and arising upon the sale of the said lands they having been in virtae
of the authority vested in me expressly nominated and appointed. In Testimony of
which said request duly made for myself and in behalf of the said Nations and their
posterity, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal at Newark in the
Province aforesaid this fifteenth day of January in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, and in the thirty-eighth year of his said
Majesty's Reign.
Signed sealed and delivered ~\
for the purposes aforesaid [■ Jos. Brant Thayendanegea. [kS.]
in presence of j
J. McDonell, Lt. Col. 2nd Batt. R. C. Vrs.Comg., in Upper Canada.
H. McDonell, Captain 2nd Royal Canadians.
W. Claus, Supt. I. A.
James Davidson, Surgeon 2nd Batt. R. C. V.
Andrew Cameron, 2nd M'r 2nd Batt. R. C. V.
W. Johnson Chew.
Schedule to No. 9.
No. 1.—Beginning at the south-west corner of block No. two ; thence running
sixteen degrees east, nine hundred and ninety-one chains seventy-two links; north,
seventy-seven degrees east, nine hundred and sixty chains; thence north sixteen
degrees west, nine hundred and ninety-eight chains fifty-one links to a beech tree;
then south seventy-seven west, nine hundred and sixty chains to the place of
beginning; sold to Philip Stedman.
Xo. 2.—Beginning at the north-west corner of block number one, thence
running north seventy-seven degrees eas'i nine hundred and sixty chains to a beech
tree; thence north sixteen degrees west four hundred and forty-two chains; thence
north thirty-eight degrees thirty minutes west four hundred and sixty-one chains;
thence north seven degrees fifteen minutes east two hundred chains; thence south
sixty-four degrees thirty minutes west eleven hundred and forty-six chains to a
beech tree; thence south thirty-eight degrees thirty minutes east six hundred and
ninety-seven chains to a sugar maple tree; thence south sixteen degrees east one
hundred and forty-four chains to the place of beginning; sold to Richard Beasely,
Esquire, James Wilson and St. John Batiste Rousseau.
No. 3.—Beginning at beech tree on the north-west corner of block number two;
thence running north sixty-four degrees thirty minutes east eleven hundred and
forty-six chains; thence north seven degrees fifteen minutes east fifty chains; thence
north forty-five degrees east two hundred and eight chains and sixty links; thence
north forty-five degrees west nine hundred and sixty chains; thence south forty-five
degrees west five hundred and twenty-three chains; theuce south seven degrees
fifteen minutes west one thousand chains to a beech tree to the place of beginning;
sold to William Wallace.
No. 4.—Beginning at the south-east corner of block number three; thence
running north forty-five degrees east two hundred and ninety-seven chains; thence
north forty-five degrees west nine hundred and sixty chains; thence south forty-
five degrees west two hundred and ninety-seven chains; thence south forty-five
degrees east nine hundred and sixty chains to the place of beginning; sold.
No. 10.
To His Honor Peter Russell President and administering th
Majesty's Province of Upper Canada:
We, the Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Mohawk or Five Nations settled
under His Majesty's authority upon the Ouse or Grand River in the said Province,
these our several and respective bequests to His Honor the said Peter Russell as His
Government of His
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79
428 Majesty's representative in the said Province by and thro' our Attorney Captain
Joseph Brant our brother duly constituted and appointed in and by virtue of the
annexed instrument or power of attorney by us for the special purpose made,
Present.
Whereas it pleased His said Majesty by a certain instrument under the hand
and Seal at Arms of Sir Frederick Haldimand, some time His Majesty's Captain
General and Governor in Chief of the. Province of Quebec and territories (now the
Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada) dated at Quebec the twenty-fifth day of
October, in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and
in the twenty-fifth year of His said Majesty's Reign, to authorize and permit us the
said Mohawk Nation, and others of the Six Nations of Indians as might desire so to
do to take posession of and settle on the banks of the said river, which said instrument follows in these words to wit.: " Frederick Haldimand, Captain General and
" Governor in Chief of Quebec and Territories depending thereon &c, &c. &c, General
" and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in the said Province, and the
" Territories thereof, &c, &c, &c. Whereas His Majesty having been pleased to direct
"in consideration of the early attachment to his cause manifested by the Mohawk
"Indians and of the loss of their settlement, which they thereby sustained that a
"convenient tract of land under his protection should be chosen as a safe and comfort-
" able retreat for them and others of the Six Nations, who have either lost their
"settlements within the Territory of the American States or wish to retire from them
"to the British; I have at the desire of many of these His Majesty's faithful allies
"purchased a tract of land from the Indians situated between the Lakes Ontario,
"Huron and Erie. And I do hereby in His Majesty's name authorize and permit
" the said Mohawk Nation, and such other of the Six Nations Indians as wish to
" settle in that quarter to take possession of and settle upon the Banks of the River
"commonly called Ouse or Grand River, running into Lake Erie allotting to them
"for that purpose six miles deep from each side of the river beginning at Lake Erie
" and extending in that proportion to the head of the said river, which them and
"their posterity are to enjoy for ever. Given under my hand and seal at arms at the
"Castle of St. Lewis at Quebec, the 25th day of October, 1784, and in the 25th year
"&K.,&e. (Signed) "Frederick Haldimand," (countersigned) by H. E. Command,
• "P. Mathews.* h
And Whereas, by the settling of the lands near to and round about the said
Ever by His Majesty's subjects our huntiug grounds now scarcely afford us the
means of support and are likely to be more and more contracted by an increase of
people. And whereas we the said Chiefs, warriors and people of the Mohawk or
Fi-e Nations being well assured of His Majesty's benevolent intention towards us
and our posterity having now an opportunity of obtaining by way of annuity a more
certain and permanent means of support by a sale of such parts of the said lands as
are now, as hunting grounds entirely useless, do humbly beseech His said Majesty to
permit us to dispose of the same. And for that purpose we the said Chiefs,
Warriors and people of the Mohawk or Five Nations are solicitous and desirous of
surrendering, relinquishing and quitting claim and by this instrument signed
and sealed for himself and for us by our said Attorney do hereby for ourselves and
our posterity surrender, relinquish and quit claim to our possession of such parts of
the said lands as are mentioned in the schedule to th«s instrument annexed which
we hold of His said 3Iajesty by the authority aforesaid ; and do beseech His said
ilajesty to grant the same in fee to the persons'in the said schedule mentioned for
the several and respective considerations to the said lands conveyed which we are
to recive from the said persons as an equivalent for the same.
In testimony of which said bequest being made by us the said Chiefs, Warriors
and people of the Mohawk or Five Nations for us and our posterity, our said
attorney Captain Joseph Brant for himself as well as for us and our posterity hath ii m
u
hereunto affixed his hand and seal in virtue of our power aforesaid, this 1
February, in the 38th year of His Majesty's reign, at Tork, in the Provin
Canada.
Signed, sealed and delivered for the "1
purpose therein mentioned in the
presence of His Majesty's Executive Council of the Province of
Upper Canada. J
Witness :
John Small,
Clerk of the Council.
JOS. BRANT.
fifth day of
cc of Upper
p,s]
This is a schedule of the names of persons,-trie respective suras of money paid
by them, and of the number of acres surrendered by us the Chiefs, Warriors and
people of the Mohawk or Five Nations, as expressed in the instrument hereunto
annexed, signed for us and for himself by our attorney Captain Joseph Brant. To
which schedule as being made in our names and for us the said Chiefs, Warriors and
people of the Mohawk or Five Nations and for our posterity, our said attorney has
by our direction and in virtue of our power hereunto affixed his hand and seal.
No. 1
Philip RW!ma.li	
Prov. Currency.
Sold fnrf S.S41 Os. Od.
Containing
acres.
Containing
acres.
by estimation 94,305
by estimation 94,012
No. 2.
Richard Beasley, Esq. "1
James Wilson and Gt. \
John Batiste Rousseau. J
•
Soldfor£8,S8703. Od. On both sides the river..
No. 3.
William Wallace	
Ko. 4	
Sold for £16,364 Os. Od On both sides the river..
Sold for On both sides the river..
Containing
acres.
Containing
by estimation 86,078
by estimation 23,512
William Jarvis, Esq..  ..
Sold for £5,675 Os. Od. (On east side near mouth
. acres. ?
Containing
by estimation 30,800
Given originally to John
Daihssder, by him sold
for the benefit of his Indian children' to  Ben-
£5,000	
On the east side and adjoining  Wm.   Jarvis,
Esq.
acres.
Containing
acres.
by estimation 19,000
Tork, 5th February, 1798. \
Signed in Council.       j
Witness John Small,
Clerk of the Couna
JOS. BRANT.
[L.S.]
No. 11.
UPPER CANADA.
To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting :
Whereas, we the Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Chippewa Nation
of Indians being desirous for a certain consideration hereafter shewn of selling and
disposing of a certain Island known by the name of the Island of St. Joseph and
also by the name of Cariboux Island and in the Chippewa language by the name of
Payentanassin, situate, lying and being in that strait which joins the Lakes Superior
and Huron and is by estimation one hundred and twenty miles in circumference,be
the same more or less unto His Britannic Majesty King George the Third our Great
Father. Now know te that we the said Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the
Chippewa Nation for and in consideration of the sum of twelve hundred pounds
Quebec currency value in goods estimated according to the Montreal price now
delivered to ns, the receipt whereof we hereby acknowledge, have given, granted
sold, disposed of and confirmed and by these presents do give, grant, sell, dispose of
and confirm forever unto Alexander McKee, Esquire, Deputy Superintendent General
and Deputy Inspector General of Indians and of their affairs, for and on behalf of
His said Britannic Majesty King George the Third, His heirs and successors, all
and every part of that Island known and called as aforesaid by the name of the
Island of St. Joseph and also by the name of Cariboux Island, and in the Chippewa
language by the name of Payentanassin, to have and to hold the said Island and
every part and parcel thereof together with all the woods and waters thereon situate,
lyingand being unto the said Alexander McKee, Esquire, for and on behalf of His
said liritannic Majesty King George the Third, His heirs and successors for ever, free
and clear of and from all claims, rights, privileges and emoluments which we the
said Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Chippewa Nation might have before the
execution of these presents. And free and clear of any pretended claims which
our children or descendants may hereafter make to the same, hereby renouncing
and for ever divesting ourselves, our children, descendants and posterity of all title
to the said Island and the said woods and waters thereof in favour of the said
Alexander McKee, Esquire, for and on behalf of .His said Britannic Majesty, His
heirs and successors for ever.
In Witness Whereof, we, being assembled at His said Majesty's garrison in and
upon the said Island hereby given, granted, sold, disposed of and confirmed as
aforesaid, have for ourselves and the rest of our Nation hereunto set our marks and
seals this thirtieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thoussand seven
hundred and ninety-eight, having first heard this Instrument openly read and
rehearsed in our own language and fully approved by ourselves and our Nation.
Witnesses present at the execution of
this instrument:
Richd. Pollard, ) Commis'rs on behalf
David Cowan,   \    of the Province.
Peter Drummond,
Capt. 2nd Batt. R.G. V., Commanding,
Wm. Fraser, Lieut. 2nd Batt. R.G V.,
Wm. Dease, Ensn. 2nd Batt. R.G V.,
George Landmann,
Lieut. Royal Engineers,
Guillaume LaMothe, Interpreter,
C. Lanzlader,
Peter Selby, Asst. Secretary,    **•-'
Indian witnesses:
Okaw, (totem} Chippawa Chief.,
Wabakangewana, (totem)
Chippawa Chief of Lake Superior. \
A. McKee, D. S. G. I. A.,
on behalf of Sis Majesty.
Meatoosawkee, (totem)
Keequatakamsigishkam, (totem)
Boanince, (totem)
Ogoesque-Waiaune, (totem)
Kadkonce, (totem)
Sasang, (totem)
Shawanapenisse, (totem)
L.S.j
L.S.1
L.S.1
L.S.1
L.S.1
L.S.1
L.S.1
Wo<
Chippaw
mentione
Chief:~
lo certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence to the
a Nation, subscribers to the within deed, being the consideration therein
d as sent from the General Indian Store by order of the Commander-in-
(3   point,   60 pairs, at 10s. 6d £ 50 10 0
2\   do     150   do        15s. 9d  118   2 6
Blankets \2     do    140   do        lis. 6d  80 10 0
| \\   do     180   do          9s. 4£d  84   7 6
(l     do     150   do          7s. 10£d  59    1 3
Brown eaddees, 8 pieces containing 335 yds., at 3s. 9d. 62 16 3 29
1   "'
Embossed serge, 260 yds., at 2s. 3d	
Chiefs guns, No. 15, at 60s	
( Tin, 4 nests, at 69s. per nest	
Kettles   -I Brass, 180 lbs., at 2s. 4£d	
(Copper, 66 lbs., at 3s. l£d	
Blue Molton, 5 ps. cont'g 148 yds., at 79s. 6d. per piece.
Green do 3 do ' 90 do 79s. 6d. do ...
Irish linen, 14     do      -350   do      3s. Od.     do    ...
Pipes, 24 gross, at 2s. 7£d	
Strouds, 20 pieces cont'g 420 yds., at 117s. per piece.
Gilt leather trunks, 6 nests, at 40s. 6d. per nest	
Tobacco, 300 lbs., at 13£d	
f Scarlet, 40 yds., at 16s. 6d	
I yds., at 15s
do
do
do
do
Cloth < Green.. ) ,
(Blue.... Jt-
Hats, plain, 25, at 6s	
Rifles, 10, at 82s. 6d	
Hats, laced, 30, at 12s	
Flints, 4,000, at 15s. 9d	
Knives, butcher's, 36 doz., at 4s. 6d..
Penknives, 6     do     7s. 6d	
Scissors, 15
Fire steels, 5
Combs (horn), 15
do    (ivory),   6
Termillion, 75 lbs., at 6s	
Callico, 13 pieces, at 58s. 6d	
Callimanco, 3 pieces, at 54s. 9d	
Looking glasses, 15 doz., at 6s	
Ribband, 8 pieces, at 19s. 3fd	
-Thread, 30 lbs., at 6s ".	
Silk handkerchiefs, 2^ doz., at 60s	
Ball, 10 boxes of 112 lbs. each, at 33s. 9d. perewt..
Shot, 10        do do 33s. 9d.   do
Gunpowder, 400 lbs., at Is. 10^d	
Rum, 50 gallons, at 7s	
A bullock	
lis. 3d..
29
45 0
13 16
21   7
10 6
19 17
11 18
• 52 10   0
3   3   0
117   0   0
12 3 0
16 17 6
33   0   0
60   0 0
7 10 0
41   5 0
18   0 0
3 3
0
8 2
0
2 5
0
2 5
0
0 15
0
2 5
0
3 7
6
22 10
0
38 0
6
8 4
3
4 10
0
7 14
6
9 0
0
7 10
0
16 17
6
16 17
6
37 10
0
17 10
0
15 6
6
Quebec currency..... .". .....£1,200   0   0
amounting in the whole to twelve hundred pounds, Quebec currency.
RICHARD POLLARD, ) n       .   .
DATID COWAN, J Commiss>.oners.
Peter Drummond, Capt. Commanding,
Wm. Fraser, Lt. 2nd Batt. R.C. V.,
Wm. Dease, Ensign 2nd Batt. R.C. V.,   .   .
George Landmann, Lt. Royal Eng'rs,
Guillaume LaMothe, Interpreter,
C. Lanzlader, rtiSipl
P. Selby, Asst. Secy. ' J9
Okaw, (totem) Chippawa Chief,
Wabakangewana, (totem) Chippawa Chief.
Recorded in the Register for the County of Kent on the 20th of July, 1798, at
ten o'cloek in the forenoon.   Lib. A., Foi. 17 to 19.
RICH. POLLARD,
Register. 30
No. 12.
UPPER CANADA.
To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting.
Whereas we, the principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Ottawa, Chippewa,
Powtawatamie and Wyandot nations of Indians, being desirous for a certain consideration hereafter shown, of selling and disposing of a certain parcel or Tract of Land,
situate, lying and being on the South East side of the Detroit River and known by the
name of the Huron Church Reserve unto His Britannic Majesty King George the Third
our Great Father: Now know ye that we the said principal Chiefs, Warriors and people
of the Ottawa, Chippewa, Powtawatamie and Wyandot Nations for and in consideration
of Three Hundred pounds Quebec Currency, value, in goods estimated according to the
Montreal price, and now delivered to us, the receipt whereof we hereby acknowledge,
Have given, granted, sold, disposed of and confirmed, and by these presents Do give,
grant, sell, dispose of and confirm forever unto Captain Thomas McKee, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for and on behalf of His said Britaunic Majesty King George
the Third His Heirs and Successors, all that parcel or Tract of Land known aud
called as aforesaid by the name of the Huron Church Reserve, beginning.at a stone
Boundary between the lands of the said Captain Thomas McKee and the said Huron
Church Reserve; from thence following the windings up the said River to a certain
Creek, about one hundred and fifty-seven yards above a wind-mill belonging or lately
belonging to Messieurs Baby; thence South seventy-three degrees East forty-three
Chains'and.sixty-four Links; thence South Twenty-eight degrees East one hundred
and thirty-four chains and two Links; and thence north seventy-four degrees West
one hundred and sixty-one Chains and forty links till it intersects the said River
Detroit, which intersection is the station or place of beginning, Containing by
admeasurement One thousand and seventy-eight Acres be the same more or less, and
is more particularly described by a sketch of the same hereunto annexed, and colored
Hed.
And Whereas it appeared to us in Council that the ground about His said
Majesty's Garrison of Amherstburgh was too small and confined, and that a Road
was wanted in and through the Huron Reserve to connect the Communication
between the Township of Sandwich and the said Garrison. We Did on the tenth
day of August in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, offer as a
gift to the said Captain Thomas McKee,,for and on behalf of His said Majesty, as
follows, that is to say, an additional space of five hundred yards, extending up the
stream from a painted Tree, which was the former boundaiy between the said
Garrison and the Huron Reserve; thence East the whole Depth thereof; and from
thence South until it intersects the East Line of the said former boundary; And also
a space of sixty feet wide for a road of communication as aforesaid, to be laid out in
such parts of the said Huron Reserve, as shall or may be thought most convenient
by any person or persons acting under the authority of His Majesty's Government:
And we having been, informed by the said Capt. Thomas McKee that His Excellency
the Commander in Chief has directed him to accept in the name of His Majesty,
the said lands as a Gift from us,Now know ye, That we, the principal Chiefs of the
Ottawa, Chippewa, Powtawatamie and Wyandot Nations of Indians in consideration
of our good will and affection for our Great Father, His said Majesty, King George
the Third, Have given, granted and confirmed, and by these presents Do give, grant
and confirm, as a free and voluntary Gift to the said Captain Thomas McKee, for and
on behalf of His said Majesty, His Heirs and Successors for ever, the said space of
live Hundred yards extending up the stream from a Painted Tree, which was the
former Boundary, Thence East the whole depth of said Huron Reserve, and from
thence south until it intersects the East line of the said former boundary as is more
particularly described by a sketch thereof also hei eunto annexed marked H. R. red;
And also the space of Sixty feet wide in and through the said Huron Reserve for the
purpose of a Road to be laid out in such parts of the same lying between the said
Harrison of Amherstburg and the Township of Sandwich, as shall or may be thought mm
I   most convenient by any person or persons acting under the authority of His sak
Majesty's Government, the whole of the two parcels or Tracts of Land last men
tioned, containing Thirteen Hundred and Eighty acres or thereabouts, be the sarnj
more or less. To Have and to Hold all the said several parcels or Tracts of Law
together with all the woods and waters thereon unto the said Captain Thomas Mckej
for and on behalf of His said Britannic Majesty King George the Third, His Heir
and Successors for ever, free and clear of and from all claims, rights, privileges an<
emoluments which we the said Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Ottawa, Chippewa
Powtawatamie and Wyandot Nations might have before the execution of thes<
presents, And free and clear of any pretended claims which our children og
Descendants may hereafter make to the same, hereby renouncing and foreve;
divesting ourselves, our children, Descendants and Posterity of all Title to the saic
several parcels or Tracts of Land and the soil, woods and waters thereof, in favou
of the said Captain Thomas McKee for and on behalf of His said Britannic Majesty
His Heirs and Successors forever.
In Witness Whereof we have for ourselves and the rest of our Nations respee
tively set our marks and seals this Eleventh Day of September, in the year of ou
Lord one thousand and Eight Hundred, having first heard this instrument inter
preted openly in our several languages, and fully approved by ourselves and on
respective nations.
Witnesses present at the Execution oH T. McKee,  S.I.A., for and on behalf o
this Instrument: Mis Majesty [L.S.
F. Baby       ) Commissioners for the Pro- J (totem) Witanis [L.S.
Alex. Duff j"      vinee of Upper Canada.
H. McLean, Capt. R.C. V. I 'ommanding.
Alex. McMillan, Capt. R.C.V.
L. R. C. de Lery, Capt. R.C. V.
Wm. Bachwell, Lt. R. Engineers.
John Scth'd Sinclair, Lt R. Artillerjf.
J. I. Duchesnoy, Lieut.-R.C. Y.
Rob't Woolsey, Ensign R C. Vols.
Stephen McTay, Ensign R.G. V.
Geo. Ironside, Lt. K. & Clk. I. Dept.
Simon x Girty's mark.
T. Alexander Clarke.
€hableveau3ie.
John Martin.
(totem) Gaiash
(totem) Pshikie
(totem) Nakatewaquit
(totem) Nangy
(totem) USTAIECHTA,OrR0UNDHEAD
(totem) Rchumatt, or One Canoe
(totem) Utreaupowannle or Great
Batt,
£ (totem) Sahenteskon
(totem) D^sharemoi
(totem) Eshkibie
(totem) Nashan
(totem) Waginai
(totem) Kage"kumego or Otter, fL.S
(totem) Wishawas
(totem) Kievejiwen
(totem) Kageskaiva
(totem) Pisortim or Turner
(totem) Toquish
We do hereby certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence to
the respective Nations of Indians, subscribers to the within Deed, being the consideration therein mentioned. ?   -
f 3 point, 20 pairs at 19s. 6d...
2£   do 50     do    15s. 9d...
Blankets... ^   2     do 50     do    lis. 6d...
U   do 40     do    9s. 4M...
(  1~   do 25     do    7s. 10id..
«*■- te-SVKfc;
Pipes, gross, 10 at 2s. 7Jd  ...
Strouds, blue, 5 pieces at 117s. per piece...
Tobacco, 200 lbs. at 13 M	
£. s.
d.
19 10
0
39 7
6
28 15
0
18 15
0
9 16
lOi
10 0
0
10 4
3
1 6
3
29 5
0
11 5
0
MI  )  Scarh
■ [ ^reer
)  Blue,
£  s. d.
irlet, 12 yds. at 16s. 6d  9 18 0
Cloth  J- Green,    7     do     15s  5   5 0
do     15s  5   5 0
Caddee, 2 pieces, containing 108 yds. at 3s. 9d  '20   5 0
Silk handkerchiefs, 3 doz. at 60s  9   0 0
Calico, 3 pieces at 58s. 6d  8 15 6
Knives, butchers*, 12 doz. at 4s. 6d  2 14 0
Irish linen, 4 pieces at 3s  15   0 0
Pewter basins.
f 12 of 1 pint,    ^
8 of 1 quart,   I   weighing 50
'1   12 of 3 quarts, f    lbs. at Is. 9d... 4 7   6
(    2 of 4  , do    J
Ball, 3 boxes of 112 lbs. each at 33s. 9d  5 13
; Shot, Nos. 1,2 & 3,3 boxes of 112 lbs. each at 33s. 9d. 5 13
Gunpowder, 100 lbs. at Is. lOid  9 7   6
Rum, 23 galls, at 7s ?.  8 10
A bullock j i  13 14   2
£300   0 0£
Amounting in the whole to three hundred pounds, Quebec currency.
Alex Duff   f Commissioners for the Province of Upper Canada.
L. R. C. de Lery, Capt. R.G V.
John Suthd. Sinclair, Lieut. Royal Artillery. l^*£'it-
Robert Wool^ey, Ensn. R.C. Y.
Geo. Ironside, Lieut. K. & Clk. LD.
T. Alex. Clares -
John Martin.
H. McLean, Capt. R.C. V., Commanding.
Alex. McMillan, Capt R.C. V.
Wm. Bachwell, Lieut. Royal Engineers. ^§^
B. Duchesnay, Lieut. R.C. V.
Stephen McKay, Ensn. R.C. Y.
Simon x Girty's mark
Charleveaume.
Recorded in the Register for the County of Essex, on the third day of January,
one thousand eight hundred and one, at ten o'clock, in tho forenoon. Libr. A. Folio
111, 112, 113, 114, 115.
P. Selby, RICHD. POLLARD,
Asst. Sec., Indian Agent. Registrar.
No. 13
This Indenture made at the Carrying Place, head of the Bay of Quinte", the
twenty-third day of September, in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred
and eighty seven, Between
and the Honble Sir John Johnson, Bart, for and in behalf of our Sovereign Lord
the King, witnesseth that the said above mentioned
Principal Chiefs and War Chiefs as aforsaid, for and in consideration of the sum of 33
to them in hand well and truly paid by the Honble Sir John Johnson aforesaid,
at or upon the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof they the
said
doth hereby acknowledge, and thereof and therefrom and from every part or parcel
thereof doth acquit, release, exonerate and for ever discharge Our Sovereign Lord
the King His heirs and successors and every of them, by these presents hath
granted, bargained, alienated, released and confirmed and by these presents doth
grant, bargain, sell, alienate, release and confirm unto Our Sovereign Lord the King
and to His heirs and successors all that tract or parcel of land laying and being
together with the woods, ways, paths, waters, watercourses, advantages, emoluments and hereditaments whatsoever to the said tract or parcel of land situated
as above mentioned belonging or in any wise appertaining or which to and with
the same now are or at any times heretofore have been held, used occupied, accepted,
reputed taken or known as part, parcel or member thereof or any part thereof
and the issues and profits of all and singular the said premises and every part and
parcel thereof, with the appurtenances and also all the estate, right, title, interest,
property, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said
in and to all and singular the said premises above mentioned and of, in and every
part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances, to have and to hold all and singular
the said tract or parcel of land, hereditaments and premises above, in and by these
presents released and confirmed and every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto Our Sovereign Lord the King His heirs and successors for ever, and to
and for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever, and the said
for themselves their heirs and successors doth covenant, grant, promise and agree
to and with Our Sovereign Lord the King, His heirs and successors that they the
said
now are the true, lawful and rightful owners of all and singular the said tract or
parcel of land, hereditaments and premises above mentioned and of every part or
parcel thereof with the appurtenances and also that the said
at the time of sealing and delivery of these presents are lawfully and rightfully
seized in their own right of a good, sure, perfect, absolute and indefeasible estate of
inheritance in fee simple of and in all and singular the said premises#above mentioned
with the appurtenances, without any manner of condition, limitation of use or uses
or matter, cause or thing whatsoever to alter, change, charge or determine the same.
And also that His Majesty, His heirs and successors shall and may at all times for
ever hereafter peaceably and quietly have, hold, occupy, possess and enjoy all and
singular the said tract or parcel of land, hereditaments and premises aforesaid
with the appurtenances and every part or parcel thereof without trouble, hindrance
or molestation, interruption or disturbance of them the said
their heirs or successors or any other person or persons lawfully claiming or to
claim by, from or under them or any of them, and that freed, discharged and kept
harmless and indemnified of, from, and against all former and other gifts or grants
whatsoever. 34
In Witness Whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and date
above mentioned.
Witness present: f Wabtjkanyne, (totem) [L.S.]
John Collins,
Louis Protle, J Neace, (totem) [L.S.]
Nathnl Lines, Interpr., f
(Pakquan, (totem) [L.S.]
A true copy.
P. Selby, Asst.-gecy., T. A.
This Indenture made at the River Credit on Lake Ontario on the first day of
August, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five, between
William Claus, Esquire Deputy Superintendent General and Deputy Inspector
General of Indians and of their affairs, for and in behalf of our Sovereign Lord the
King of the one part, and the Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Mis-
sissague Nation of Indians for and in the name of the said Nation of the other part.
Whereas, on the twenty-third day of September, in the year of Our Lord one
thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, at the Carrying Place at the head of the
Bay of Quinte" it was agreed between the Honorable Sir John Johnson, Baronet, on
the part of Oursaid Lord the King, and Wabukanyne, Neace, and Pakquan, Principal
Chiefs and War Chiefs of the said Mississague Nation, two of which said Chiefs, that
is to say Wabukanyne and Neace are now dead, that they the last mentioned Principal Chiefs would for divers good and valuable considerations received by them for
and on account of their said Nation from Our said Lord the King duly convey all
their, right and title to a certain tract or parcel of land hereinafter described to
Our said Lord the King, His heirs and successors forever.
And whereas in pursuance of that agreement a certain Instrument hereunto
annexed was made at the said CarryingJPlace, bearing date the day and year last
aforesaid, signed and sealed by the said Wabukanyne, Neace, and Pakquan, for the
purpose of conveying the said tract or parcel of land to Our said Lord the King, His
heirs and successors as aforesaid, which said Instrument did not ascertain or describe
the parcel or tract of land meant and intended to be conveyed thereby and was and
is in other respects defective and imperfect.
Now this Indenture Witnesseth, that for carrying into execution the said agreement made on the said twenty-third day of September, one thousand seven hundred
and eighty-seven, and in consideration thereof and for the more effectually securing
and conveying to Our said Lord the King the said tract or paicel of land so agreed
to be conveyed to him as aforesaid, and for the consideration often shillings of good
and lawful money in hand paid to them by the said William Claus, Esquire, for and
on account of Our said Lord the King, the receipt whereof by the said Principal Chiefs,
Warriors and people of the Mississague Nation as aforesaid is hereby acknowledged,
have granted, bargained, aliened, released and confirmed and by these presents do
grant, bargain, alien,jrelease and confirm unto Our Sovereign Lord the King, His
heirs and successors, all that tract or parcel of land commencing on the east bank
of the south outlet of the River Etobicoke; thence up the same, following the several
windings and turnings of the said river to a maple tree blazed on four sides at the
distance of three miles and three-quarters, in a straight line from the mouth of the
said river; thence north twenty-two degrees west twenty-four miles and one-quarter;
then north sixty-eight degrees east fourteen milc3; then south twenty-two degrees
east twenty-eight miles, more or less, to Lake Ontario; then westerly along the water's
edge of Lake Ontario to the eastern bank of the south outlet of the River Etobicoke,
being the place of beginning, containing Two hundred and fifty thousand, eight hundred and eighty acres, together with all the woods and waters thereon, lying and
being and all the advantages, emoluments and hereditaments whatsoever to the said
tract or parcel of land belonging or in any wise appertaining and the issues and profits of all and singular the said premises and every part and parcel thereof with the I S
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appurtenances.   And also all the estate, right, title, inter
demand whatsoever of them the said Principal Chiefs, Wa
Mississague Nation for themselves and for and in the name of their wh<
and to all and singular the said premises and every part and parcel therei
appurtenances, save and except the fishery in the said River Etobicc
they the said Chiefs, Warriors and people expressly reserve for the i
themselves and the Mississague Nation.   To have and to hold all and si
said tract or parcel of land, hereditaments and premises in and by the-
released and confirmed unto Our Sovereign Lord the King, His heirs and
forever, and to and for no other use, intent or purpose whatsoever.   Anci
His Majesty, His heirs and successors as aforesaid shall and may at all
ever hereafter peaceably and quietly have, hold, occupy, possess and enji
singular the said tract or parcel of land with the appurtenances and eve
parcel thereof without trouble, hindrance, molestation, interruption or d
them the said Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Mississague
any of them, their heirs or successors or any other person or persons law;
ing or to claim by, from or under them or any of them.
In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto affixed our marks and sea
and year above written, having first heard this Instrument openly re
hearsed in our own language and fully approved by ourselves and our N;
Present at the execution and delivery ^    Wm. Claus,
of this   Instrument,   and   witnesses J Depy. Supt. Genl.. on b
thereto: Crown.
J. W. Williams, Capt. 49th Regt.,   [    Chechalk, (totem)
Jno. BiACKENBURY, JEtos. 49th Regt.,       Quenepenon, (totem)
P. Selby, Asst. Secy. I. A. Wabukanyne, (totem)
J. B. Rousseaux. J     Okemapenesse, (totem)
Wabenose, (totem)
Kebonecence, (totem)
Osenego, (totem)
Acheton, (totem)
. claim and
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No. 13a.
President's Office,
Tork, ISth June, 1806.
Sir,—Herewith you will please to receive tho original provisional agreement
for the lands to be purchased from the Mississague Indians at the head of Lake
Ontario, as done and executed at the River Credit on the 2nd day of August, 1805.
lt is transmitted by His Honor the President's directions, for the purpose of being
filed in the Executive Council office, and which you will please acknowledge
receiving.
I have the honor to be, Sir,
Tour most obedient humble servant,
WM. STANTON,
Chief Clerk in the President's Office.
Read in Council, 18th June, 1806, and ordered to be filed in the'Office.
John Small, Esquire, PETER RUSSELL,
&c, &c., &c. Presiding Councillor.
We, the Principal Chiefs of the Mississague Nation, for ourselves and on behalf
~:'h William Claus, Esquire, Deputy
of our Nation, do hereby consent and
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Superintendent General and Deputy Inspector General of Indian Affairs, on behall
of His Majesty King George the Third, that for the consideration of one thousand
pounds Province currency, in goods at the Montreal price, to be delivered to us;
pounds Prov
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we will execute a regular deed for the conveyance of tho lands hereon marked pink:
Commencing at the eastern bank of the mouth of the River Etobicoke, being on the
limit of the western boundary line of the Toronto purchase in the year 1787;
then north twenty-two degrees west six miles ; then south thirty-eight degrees
west twenty-six miles, more or less, until it intersects a line on a course north forty-
five degrees, produced from the outlet at Burlington Bay; then along the said
produced line one mile, more or less, to the lands granted to Captain Brant; then
north forty-five degrees east one mile and a half; then south forty-five degrees east
three miles and a half, more or less, to Lake Ontario ; then north-easterly along the
water's edge of Lake Ontario to the eastern bank of the River Etobicoke, being the
place of beginning, containing seventy thousand seven hundred and eighty-four acres,
whenever the goods of the aforesaid value shall be delivered to us. Reserving to
ourselves and the Mississague Nation the sole right of the fisheries in the Twelve
Mile Creek, the Sixteen Mile Creek, the Etobicoke River, together with the flats or
low grounds on said creeks and river, which we have heretofore cultivated and
where we have our camps. And also the sole right of the fishery in the River
Credit with one mile on each side of said river.
This agreement done, signed and executed by us at the River Credit, this
• second day of August, one thousand eight hundred and five.
Witnesses present:
J. W. Williams, Capt. 49th Regt.,)
Jno. Brackenbury. Ens. 49th Regt.
P. Selby, Assistant Secretary, I. A.
J. B. Rousseaux.
W. Claus,
Deputy Superintendent General, on
behalf of the Crown.
Chechalk, (totem)
Quenippenon, (totem)
Wabukanyne, (totem)
Okemapenesse, (totem)
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No. 14.
Lieutenant Governor's Office,
Tork, 12th September, 1806.
Sir,—I am directed by His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor to transmit
you herewith the deed of conveyance and release for the lands purchased from the
Mississagua Indians for the use of His Majesty in the Home District, dated the
6th September, 1806, to which is annexed a plan of the same ; also a lease of the
above tract from the Indians for one year, dated the 5th September, 1806, the
receipt of which you will please to acknowledge.
I have the honor to be, Sir,
Tour most obedient servant,
John Small, Esq., Wm. HATTON, Secretary.
ke., &c, &c. ~	
This Indenture, made the fifth day "of September, in the Tear of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and six, between Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne,
Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Waba-
kagego, Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the 31issisague Nation cf Indians
of the one part and His Majesty George the Third, by the Grace of God of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, of the other part.
Witnesseth : that the said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne, Okemapenesse,
Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakagego in consideration of five shillings apiece of lawful money of Great Britain to them in hand
paid by His said Majesty at or before the ensealing and delivery of those presents
(the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) and for other good causes and considerations them the said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne, Okemapenesse,
Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakagego, hereunto
specially moving, have bargained, and sold, and by these presents do, and each of
them doth bargain and sell unto His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, all
that parcel or tract of land situate in the Home District of the Province of Upper
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Canada, containing by admeasurement eighty-five thousand acres, be the same more
or less, together with all the woods and waters thereon lying and being, which said
eighty-five thousand acres of land are butted and bounded or may be otherwise
known as follows, that is to say:
Commencing at the eastern bank of the mouth of the River Etobicoke, being
on the limit of the western boundary line of the Toronto purchase in the year of
Oar Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven; then north twenty-two
degrees west six miles ; then south thirty-eight degrees west twenty-six miles,
more or less, uutil it intersects a line on a course north forty-five degrees west produced from the outlet at Burlington Bay being the north-eastern boundary line of
the Township of Flamborough Last, and. of the purchase in the year of Our Lord one
thousand seven hundred and ninety two; then along the said line south forty-five
degrees east two hundred and thirty-three chains and fifty-eight links, more or less,
to the lands,granted to Captain Joseph Brant; then north forty-five degrees east
one hundred and twenty-seven chains, to the northerly angle of said lands ; then
south forty-five degrees east two hundred and ninety-three chains, more or less, to
Lake Ontario; then north-easterly along the water's edge of said lake to the
eastern bank of the River Etobicoke, the place of beginning;- and the reversion and
reversions, remainder and remainders, yearly and other rente, issues and profits"
thereof and of every part and parcel thereof, to have and to bold the said parcel or
tract of land and all and singular other the premises hereinbefore mentioned, or
intended to be bargained and sold, and every part and parcel thereof; with their and
every of their rights, members and appurtenances, unto His said Majesty, His heirs
and successors, from the day next before the day of the date of these presents for
and during and unto the full end and term of one whole year from thence next
ensuing and fully to be completed and ended. Tielding and paying therefor unto
the said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wakanyne, Okemapenesse, Wabenose/Kebonecence,
Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakegego the yearly rent of one peppercorn at
the expiration of the said term if the same shall be lawfully demanded.
To the intent and purpose that by virtue of these presents and of the statute
made for transferring uses into possession His said Majesty may be in the actual
possession of the premises, and be thereby enabled to take and accept a grant and
release of the freehold reversion and inheritance of the same premises and every part
and parcel thereof to him His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, to the uses to
be declared by another Indenture, intended to bear date the next day after the day
of the date hereof.
In Witness Whereof, the parties first above named have to these presents set
and put their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and   delivered   in   the
presence of us:
D. Cameron, ) Corn's, on behalf
Donald Maclean, j     of the Prov.
Geo. R. Ferguson, Capt. Canadian
Regt,
Wm. L. Crowther, Lieut. 4lst Regt.,
James Davidson, Hospital Staff,
H. M. Smith.
P. Selby, Asst. Secy. I.A.,
J. B. Rousseaux,
David Price, Interpreter.
This Indenture, made the sixth day of September, in the year of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and six, between Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne,
Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakegego, the Principal Chiefs, Warriors and people of the Mississagua Nation of Indians
of the one part, and His Majesty George the Third, by the Grace of God of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, of the other part,
^itnesseth: that for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand pounds of
lawful money of Upper Canada to the said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne,
Wm. Claus, D.S.G.,
On behalf of the Crown.
Chechalk, (totem)
Quenepenon, (totem)
Wabukanyne, (totem)
Okemapenesse, (totem)
Wabenose, (totem)
Kebonecence, (totem)
Osenego, (totem)
Acheton, (totem)
Pataquan, (totem)
Wabakagego, (totem)
VANCOUVER PUBLIC LIBRARY  38
Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakegego, in hand well and truly paid by His said Majesty at or before the ensealing and
delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof they the said Chechalk, Quenepenon,
Wabukanyne, Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenogo, Acheton, Patequan
and Wabakegego do hereby acknowledge, and from the same and every part thereof
do severally and respectively acquit, release and discharge His said Majesty, His
heirs and successors forever by these presents.
They the said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne, Okemapenesse, Wabenose,
Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakegego, have and every of them
hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed, and by these presents
do and every of them doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm unto
His said Majesty (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and
sale to him thereof made by the said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne,
Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan and Wabakegego, in consideration of five shillings apiece, by Indenture bearing date the day
next before the day of the date of these presents for the term of one whole year,
commencing from the day next before the day of the date of the same Indenture of
bargain and sale and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into possession) and to his Heirs and successors—all that parcel or tract of land situate in*the
Home District of the Province of Upper Canada, containing by admeasurement
eighty-five thousand acres, be the same more or less, together with all the woods and
waters thereon lying and being under the reservations hereinafter expressed; which
said eighty-five thousand acres of land are butted and bounded or may be otherwise '
known as follows, that is to say: Commencing at the eastern bank of the mouth of
the River Etobicoke, being on the limit of the western boundary line of the Toronto
purchease in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven ;
then north twenty-two degrees west sixuniles; then south thirty-eight degrees west
twenty-six miles, more or less, until it intersects a line on a course north forty-five
degrees west produced from the outlet at Burlington Bay, being the north-eastern
boundary line of the Township of Flamborough East, and of the purchase in the year
of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two; then along the said line
6outh forty-five degrees east two hundred and thirty-three chains and fifty eight
links more* or less, to the lands granted to Captain Joseph Brant; then north forty-
five degrees east one hundred and twenty-seven chains to the northerly angle of
said lands; then south forty-five degrees east two hundred and ninety-three chains
more or less to Lake Ontario; then north-easterly along the water's edge of said
lake to the eastern bank of the River Etobicoke, the place of beginning. And the
reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, yearly and other rents, issues
and profits thereof; and also all the estate, right, title, inheritance, use, trust, possession, property, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Chechalk, Quenepenon,
Wabukanyne, Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence, Osenego, Acheton, Patequan
and Wabakegego, and every of them in, to, or out of the same premises and every or
any part thereof—except and always reserved out of this present grant unto the
said Chechalk, Quenepenon, Wabukanyne, Okemapenesse, Wabenose, Kebonecence,
Osenego. Acheton, Patequan and Wabakegego and the people of the Missisagua
Nation of indians, and their posterity for ever—the sole right of the fisheries in the
Twelve 3Iile Creek, the Sixteen Mile Creek, the River Credit and the River Etobicoke,
together with the lands on each side of the said creeks and the River Credit as delineated and laid down on the annexed plan; the said right of fishery and reserves
extending from the Lake Ontario up the said creeks and River Credit the distance
hereinafter mentioned and described and no further.
And the right of fishery in the River Etobicoke from the mouth of the said
river to the allowance for road between the first and second concessions south side
of Dundas street, and no further.
The reserve on the River Credit commencing on Lake Ontario at a white oak
squared po„t, piled with stone6, and standing at the distance of ono mile northeasterly from the centre of the said river at the first bend thereof; then north sixty-
nine degrees west one hundred and ninety-six chains; then south sixty-four degrees
west one hundred and fifty-five chains; then north forty-five degrees west one 39
hundred and seventy-seven chains, more or less, to the rear boundary of the purchase
line; then along said purchase line, and crossing tho said river south thirty-eight
degrees west two miles, or one hundred and sixty chains, to the western boundary
line of said Reserve; then south forty-five degrees east two hundred and seventy
chains; then north sixty-four degrees east one hundred and ninety-one chains; then
south sixty-nine degrees east sixty-three chains, more or less, to Luke Ontario at
another white oak squared post standing on the bank of said lake at the distance
of two miles south-westerly from the place of beginning; then afoiig the water's
edge of Lake Ontario north easterly to the place of beginning. The reservation on
the Sixteen Mile Creek, commencing on the shore of Lake Ontario at an oak post
squared and marked " M.I.R. N. 45° W."—at the distance of. forty chains north
easterly from the centre of said creek; then north forty-five degrees west one
hundred and eighteen "chains, more or less, to the allowance for road between the
second and third concession south of Dundas street; then south thirty-eight
degrees west and crossing the said creek one mile to the western boundary line of
said reservation: then south forty-five degrees east one hundred and twenty-four
chains more or less to Lake Ontario, at a large black ash tree (two trunks issuing
from one root) marked " M. I. R., N. 45° W.;" then north-easterly along the water's
edge to the place of beginning. And also all the waters and low grounds lying
between the high banks on both sides of said creek extending from the southern
boundary of the allowance for road between the aforesaid second and third concessions
to the southern boundary of the allowance for road between the first and second concessions south of Dundas street—and no further. And the reservation on the Twelve
Mile Creek—commencing on the shore of Lake Ontario at a post squared and marked
"M.I.R., N. 66° W.," at the distance of forty chains north-easterly from the centre of
said creek; then north sixty-six degrees west one hundred and seven chains; then
north thirty-six degrees west fifty-seven chains more or less to the southern
boundary of the allowance for road between the second and third concessions south
of Dundas street; then south thirty-eight degrees west one mile, crossing said
creek to the western boundary line of said reservation ; then south thirty-six
degrees east fifty-seven chains; then south sixty-six degrees east one hundred
and seventeen chains, more or less to Lake Ontario; then north-easterly along
the water's edge to the place of beginning. And also the waters and low grounds
lying between the high banks on each side of the said creek, extending from the
southern boundary of the allowance for road between the second and third concessions before mentioned to the southern boundary of the allowance for road between
the first and second concessions south of Dundas street, and no further: To have and
to hold the said parcel or tract of land and all and singular other the premises mentioned to be hereby granted and released as aforesaid with their and every of their
appurtenances unto His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, to the use of His said
Majesty, His heirs and successors for ever.
In Witness Whereof, the said parties first above named have to these presents
set and put their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the ~)
Commissioners *)
on behalf of
the Province,
presence of us:
D. Cameron.
Donald Maclean,
H. M. Smith,
Geo. R. Ferguson,
Capt. Canadian Regiment,
Peter Selby, Asst. Secy. I. A.,
J. B. Rousseaux,
Wm. M. Crowther, Lieut. 41st Regt.,
James Davidson, Hospital Staff,
David Price, Interpreter..
W. Claus, D.S.G.,
on behalf of the Crown.
Chechalk, (totem)
Qujsnepenon, (totem)
Wabuxanyxe, (totem)
Okemapenesse, (totem)
Wabanose, (totem)
Kebonecence, (totem)
Osenego (totem),
Acheton, (totem)
Patequan, (totem) -
Wabakagego, (totem)
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Ws do hereby certify that the following goods were delivered in our presence to
the Mississagua Nation, subscribers to the within deed, being the consideration
therein mentioned, viz.:—
Quantity
Amount
in Province
Currency.
Ball and shot. ....  .
Blankets of 1 point..
li do
2 do
2i do
3 do
do
do
do
do
Calico	
Caddee—l. 	
Cloth, broad	
Flints	
Guns, common	
do   chiefs*..... .
do   rifled	
Gunpowder	
Hats, plain	
do   laced	
Hooks, fishing.......
Handkerchiefs, silk I
Hoes.        I
Harrow pins	
Kettles, brass.	
Knives, butchers'...
Linen  J
Looking glasses.	
Molten	
Ploughshare,     Coulter
hook and swivel!
Ribbon	
52   3 0
16   5 6
21   6 0
27   6 0
70 17 6
' 15 8
45   1
60 7
33 13
0 19
72 16
50   8
61 12
38 1
14 19
8   8
1 19
10   0
Tobacco, carrot..
Thread.	
Vermillion.. ...
[Nineteen hundred weight: 14 cwt. at 54/6 ; 5 ewt, at 56/	
(Thirty-one pairs, at 10/6 per pair.	
[Thirty-six pairs, at 11/10    do    	
jThirty-nine pairs, at 14/       do    	
Seventy pairs, at    20/3      do	
Fifty-two pairs, at  29,11    do	
{Seventeen pieces, 306 yards, at 53/ per piece	
Three hundred and fifteen yards, at 310 per yard	
Forty-nine yards : 24 yards at 14'; 25 yards at 17/6 per yard	
[One thousand	
[Fifty-two, at 28/ each	
Eighteen, at 56/ each 	
(Sixteen, at 77/ each.	
{Three hundred and seventy-five pounds, at 203/ per barrel	
•Sixty-three, at 4/9 each	
IFifteen, at 10 3 each	
[Seven gross, at 5/8 per gross. .-	
Four dozen, at 50/ per dozen	
Two hundred, at 2/6 each	
[Thirteen, 654 pounds, at Sid. per lb	
Two hundrei eighty and three-quarter pounds at 3/6	
iOne and a-half gross, at 50/ per gross	
(Two hundred and fifty-four yards, at 2/10 per yard	
Seven dozen, at 5/7 per dozen 	
Nine pieces, two hundred and seventy yards, at 81/ per piece	
One, 37J pounds, at 7^d. per lb	
[Fifty-two pieces, 18 yards each: 22 ps. at 8/10; 30 at 9/10 p. piece.
(Two hundred and ninety-seven yards, at 2/5 per yard	
[Fifteen pieces, 3311 yards, at 109/ per piece	
Five gross, at 5/7 per gross..."  	
Seven and a-half dozen, at 8/4 per dozen	
iTour hundred and eighty-six pounds, at lid. per pound	
Five pounds, at 5/7 per pound.	
[Twenty-two pounds, at 4/11 per pound	
Amounting in the whole to one-thousand pounds, nine shillings!
and one penny three farthings, Province currency £1,000   9   1J
3 15 0
35 19 8
1 19 1
36 9 0
1 3 3£
24 9 4
35 17 9
81 15 0
1 7 11
3 2 6
25 5 6
1 7 11
5 8 2
River Credit, September, 1806.
t\V    .    -ir * Lt        r Commissioners on behalf of the Province,
Donald MacLean, j J J '
Geo. R Ferguson, Capt'. Canadian Regiment,
Wm. L. Crowther, Lieut. 41st Regiment,
James Davidson, Hospital Staff
No. 15.
Francis Gore,
Lieutenant-Governor.
PROVINCE OF UPPER CANADA.
George the Third, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith.
To all to whom these Presents shall come,—Greeting :
Know Ye, that We, of Our special grace, certain knowledge and mere motion,
have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto Catherine
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Claus, of the Town of Niagara, in the County of Lincoln, in the District of Niagara,
wife of Colonel William Claus, Deputy Superintendent General of Indian Affairs,
her heirs and assigns forever: All that parcel or tract of land situate in the Town-
ship of Hawkesbury (Eastern Division), in the County of Prescott, in the Eastern
District, in our said Province, containing bv admeasurement one thousand two hundred acres, be the same more or less, being Lots Number Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen,
Sixteen, Eighteen and Twenty in the Third Concession of the said Township of
Hawkesbury (Eastern Division), together with all the woods and waters thereon
lying and being under the reservations, limitations and conditions hereinafter
expressed; which said one thousand two hundred acres of land are butted and
bounded, or may be otherwise known as follows; that is to say:—
Commencing in front of the said concession at the north-east angle of each of
the said lots respectively; then south twenty-five degrees west one hundred and
five chains, twenty-seven links, more or less, to the allowance for road in the rear of
the said concession ; then north sixty-five degrees west nineteen chains more
or less, to the western limit in each lot; then north twenty-five degrees east one
hundred and five chains twenty-seven links, more or less, to the allowance lor road
in front of the said concession; then south dixty-five degrees east nineteen chains,
more or less, to the place of beginning in each lot.
To have and to hold the said parcel or tract of land hereby given and
granted to her the said Catherine Claus, her heirs and assigns forever; saving
nevertheless to Us, Our heirs and successors, all mines of'gold, silver, copper, tin,
lead, iron and coal that shall or may be hereafter found on any part of the said
parcel or tract of land hereby given and granted as aforesaid; and saving and
reserving to Us, Our heirs and successors, all white pine trees, that shall, or may
now, or hereafter grow, or be growing, on any part of the said parcel or tract of
land hereby granted as aforesaid.
. Provided always, that nO part of the parcel or tract of land hereby given and
granted to the said Catherine Claus and her heirs be within any reservation heretofore made, and marked for us, our heirs and successors by Our Surveyor General of
Woods, or his lawful deputy, in which case this our grant for such part of the land
hereby given and granted to the said Catherine Claus, and her heirs forever as aforesaid, and which shall, upon a survey thereof being made, be found within any such
reservation, shall be null and void, and of none effect, anything herein contained to
the contrary notwithstanding.
Provided also, that the said Catherine Claus, her heirs or assigns, shall and do
within three years erect and build, or cause to be erected and built in and upon some
part of the said parcel or tract of land a good and sufficient dwelling-house (she the
said Catherine Claus or her assigns not having built, or not being in her or their
own right lawfully possessed of an house in our said Province) and be therein, or
cause some person to be therein resident for and during the space of one year, thence
next ensuing the building of the same.
Provided also, that if at any time, or times hereafter, the land so hereby given
and granted*to the said Catherine Claus and her heirs shall come into the possession
and tenure of any person or persons whomsoever, either by virtue of any deed of
sale, conveyance, enfeoffment, or exchange, or by gift, inheritance, descent, devise, or
marriage, such person or persons shall within twelve months next after his, her, or
their entry into, and possession of the same, take the oaths prescribed by law, before
some one of the magistrates of our said Province, and a certificate of such oaths
having been so taken shall cause to be recorded in the Secretary's office of the said
Province.
In default of all, or any of which conditions, limitations, and restrictions, this
said grant, and everything herein contained, shall be and we hereby declare the
same to be null and void, to all intents and purposes whatsoever, and the land hereby
granted, and every part and parcel thereof, shall revert to, and become vested in
us, our heirs and successors, in like manner as if the same had never been granted,
anything herein contained to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding. MSt-SSSSBBm
And whereas, by an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain, passed in the thirty-
first year of His Majesty's reign, intituled " An Act to repeal certain parts of an Act
passed in the fourte
enth year ot His Majesty'
feetual provision for the Governn
America, and to make further provision foi
is declared " That no grant of lands hereaf
" the same shall contain a specification of
intituled 'An Act for making
of the Province of Quebec in North
? Government of the said Province,"' it
made shall be valid or effectual unless
landsto be allotted and appropriated
p solely to the maintenance of a Protestant clergy within the said Province," in respect
of the lands to be thereby granted. Now know ye, that we have caused an allotment
or appropriation of one hundred and seventy-one acres and-three-sevenths to be made
in lot number ten in the seventh concession of the said Township of Hawkesbury
(Western Division.)
Given under the great seal of our Province x>f -Upper Canada. Witness, Our
trusty and well-beloved Francis Gore, Esquire, our Lieutenant Governor of our said
Province, this fourteenth day of November, in the year of Our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and nine and fiftieth of our reign. F. G.
By command of His Excellency in Couneil.
WM. JARVIS, Secretary.
"William Firth, Attorney General.
Entered with the Auditor, 20th November, 1809.
P. SELBY,
fe'lr-;-^ Auditor General.
No. 16.
This Indenture made the seventeenth day of November, in the year of Our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, between Kinaybicoinini, Aisaince and
Misquuckkey, the Principal Chiefs of the Chippawaw Nation of Indians, on behalf of
themselves and their Nation of the one part, and His Majesty George the Third, by
the Gracft of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King,
Defender of the Faith, of the other part, Witnesseth: that the said Kinaybicoinini,
Aisance and Misqunckkey, in consideration of five shillings apiece of lawful money
of Upper Canada to them in hand paid by His Majesty at or before the ensealing
and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and for
other good causes and .considerations them the said Kinaybicoinini, Aisaince and
Misquuekkey hereunto specially moving have bargained and sold and by these
presents do and each of them doth bargain and sell unto His said Majesty, His
heirs and successors, all that parcel or tract of land situate and lying between
Kempenfelt Bay upon Lake Simcoe and the Lake Huron, in the Home District of
the Province of Upper Canada, and containing by estimation two hundred and fifty
thousand acres of land, be the same more or less, which said two hundred and fifty
thousand acres of land are butted and bounded or may be otherwise known as
follows, that is to say : Commencing on the north shore of Kempenfelt Bay on Lake
Simcoe where a stone boundary is to be fixed at the distance of twenty chains on a
course north eighty-one degrees west or thereabouts, from the base of a point
called Sand Point projecting itself about five chains and a half into the said bay;
then from the said stone boundary north forty degrees west thirty-six miles and a
quarter, more or less, to Lake Huron; then along the shore of the said lake and
following the several turnings and windings of the same around sundry points of
land and bays to the bottom of a bay called Nottawaysague Bay, being the northwestern angle of the Penetangushine purchase in the year one thousand seven
hundred and ninety-eight; thence along the south-western boundary of the said
purchase on a course south seventy degrees east seven miles and a half, more or
less, to a small baycallcd Opetequoyawsing. and being the south-easterly angle of
the said Penetangushine purchase; thence northerly through a small strait and
along the eastern shore thereof to Gloucester or Sturgeon   Bay:   from thence 43
following the shore of said bay and also the shore of Matchedas Bay easterly,
southerly and northerly according to the several windings thereof until it
intersects a line at or near the mouth of a small lake, • being the western
boundary of a purchase said to have been made in the year one thousand seven
hundred and eighty five; thence south along the western limits of the said purchase
eleven miles, more or less, till it intersects a line produced north seventy-eight degrees
west from the waters of Lake Simcoe near the carrying place hereinafter mentioned;
then south seventy-eight degrees east along the southern boundary line of the said
' last mentioned purchase to the waters of Lake Simcoe near to a carrying place leading to a small lake distant about three miles westerly; and then south-westerly along
the north-western shore of Lake Simcoe and Kempenfelt Bay, following the several
windings and turnings of the same to the place of beginning, containing about two
hundred and fifty thousand acres of land, be the same more or less. And the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, yearly and other rents, issues and
profits thereof and of every part and parcel thereof, to have and to hold the said
parcel or tract of land and all and singular other the premises hereinbefore mentioned or intended to be bargained and sold and every part and parcel thereof, with
their and every of their appurtenances unto His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, from the day next before the day of the date of these presents, for and during
and unto the full end and term of one whole year from thence next ensuing and
fully to be completed and ended, yielding and paying therefor unto the said Kinaybicoinini, Aisaince and Misquuckkey the yearly rent of one Pepper Corn at the
expiration of the said term if the same shall be lawfully demanded. To the intent
and purpose that by virtue of these presents and of the statute made for transferring
uses into possession His said Majesty may be in the actual possession of the premises
and be thereby enabled to take and accept a grant and release of the freehold
reversion and inheritance of the same premises and of every part and parcel thereof
to Him His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, the uses to be declared by
another indenture intended to bear date the next day after the day of the date hereof.
In Witness Whereof the said parties first above named have to these presents
set their hands and seals the day and year first within written.
Signed, sealed   and delivered in the  j f J. Givins, S.I A.,
presence of us: J on behalf of the Crown.   [L.S."
Elisha Beman,  \ Commissioners on be- \ Kinaybicoinini, (totem)      [L.S."
Henry Procter, }    half of the Province. ■{ Aisaince, (totem) fL.S."
W. M. Cochrane, Capt. Com. Lt. Infty.    j Misquuckkey, (totem)        [L.S.'
Alex. Ferguson, Lieut. Ind. Dept.
William Gruet, Interpreter. \
No. 16.
This Indenture, made the eighteenth day of November, in the year of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, between Kinaybicoinini, Aisaince and Misquuckkey, the Principal Chiefs of tho Chippawa Nation of Indians on behalf of themselves and their Nation of the one part, and His Majesty George the Thirl, by the
Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and lrelaud,.King, Defender
of the Faith, of the other part, Witnesseth: that for and in consideration of the sum of
four thousand pounds lawful money of Upper Canada to the said Kinaybicoininini,
Aisaince and Misquuckkey, in hand well and truly paid by His said Majesty at or
before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof they, the
said Kinaybicoininie, Aisaince and Misquuckkey do Hereby acknowledge, and from
the same and every part thereof do severally and respectively acquit, release and
discharge His said Majesty, His heirs and sucessors for ever by these presents,
they the said Kinaybicoinini, Aisaince and Misquuckkey have and every of them
hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed, and by these presents
do and every of them doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm unto His 44
said Majesty (in His actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and
sale to him thereof made by the said Kinaybicoinini, Aisaince and Misquuckkey in consideration of five shillings apiece, by Indenture bearing date
the day* next before the day of date of these presents for the term of one
whole year, commencing from the day next before the day of the date of
the same Indenture of bargain and sale and by force of the statute made for transferrin" uses into possession), and to His heirs and successors, all that parcel or
tract of land situate and lying between Kempenfelt Bay upon Lake Simcoe and the
Lake Huron, in the Home District of the Province of Upper Canada, and containing
by estimation two hundred and fifty-thousand acres of land, be the same or less,
which said two hundred and fifty thousand acres of land are butted and bounded, or
may be otherwise known as follows, that is to say: Commencing on the north 6hore
of Kempenfelt Bay on Lake Simcoe, where a stone boundary is to be fixed, at the
distance of twenty chains on a course north eighty-one degrees west or thereabouts
from the base of a point called Sand Point projecting itself about five chains and
a-half into the said bay;,then from the said stone boundary north forty degrees
west thirty-six miles and a-quarter, more or less, to Lake Huron; then along the
shore of the said lake and following the several turnings and windings of the same
around sundry points of land and bays to the bottom of a bay called Nottaway-
sague Bay, being the north-western angle of the Penetangushine purchase in the
year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight; thence along the southwestern boundary of the said purchase on a course south seventy degrees east
seven miles and a-half, more or less, to a small bay called O-pe-te-quoy-aw-sing,
and being the south-easterly angle of the said Penetangushine purchase; thence
northerley through a small strait and along the eastern shore thereof to Gloucester
or Sturgeon Bay; from thence following the shore of said bay and also the
shore of Matchedas Bay easterly, southerly and northerly according to the
several windings thereof until it intersects a line at or near the mouth of a small
lake, being the western boundary of a purchase said to have been made in the
year one thousand seven hundred and eighty five; thence south along the
western limits of the said purchase eleven miles more or less till it intersects a
line produced north seventy-eight degrees west from the waters of Lake Simcoe
near the carrying place hereinafter mentioned; then south seventy-eight degrees
east along the southern boundary line of the said last mentioned purchase to the
waters of Lake Simcoe near to a carrying place leading to a small lake, distant
about three miles westerly, and then south-westerly along the north-western shore
of Lake Simcoe and of Kempenfelt Bay, following the several windings and turnings
of the same to the place of beginning, containing about two hundred and fifty
thousand acres of land, be the same more or less. To have and to hold the said
parcel or tract of land and all and singular other the premises mentioned to be
hereby granted and released as aforesaid with their and every of their appurtenances
unto His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, to the uses of His said Majesty, His
heirs and successors for ever.
In Witness Whereof, the said parties first above named have to these presents
set and put their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
J. Givins, S.I.A., on behalf of the
Crown.
Kinaybicoinini, (totem)
Aisaince, (totem)
Misquuckkey, (totem)
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence"]
of us,
Elisha Be man.    ") Commissioners on behalf |
Henry Procter, j     of the Province,
Wm. Cochrane, Capt. Comg. Lt. Infty.,     j
Alex. Ferguson, Lieut. Ind. Department, \
William Gruet, Interpreter. J
We do hereby acknowledge to have received from His Majesty King
the Third the full sum of four ihousand pounds of lawful money of Upper Canada,
being the whole consideration money in the within deed mentioned to be paid to us
on behalf of ourselves and our Nation for the tract of land by the said deed granted
and released.
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Witness our hands this eighth day of October, in the year of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and eighteen.
Witness:
Elisha Beman,   ) Commissioners on behalf
Henry Procter, j     of the Province,
J. Givins, Supt. Ind. Affairs on behalf of the \-
Crown,
Danl. Brooke, Lieut, and Actg. Adjt.
William Gruet, Interpreter, Ind. Dept.    j
Kinaybicoinini, (totem)
Aisaince, (totem)
Misquuckkey, (totem).
No. 17.
This Indenture, made the fifth day of August, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred aud sixteen, between Mesequescon, Indanway wey and Kaybesh-
kang, the Principal Chiefs of the Mississague Nation of Indians on behalf of themselves and their Nation of the one part, and His Majesty George the Third, by the
Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender
Of the Faith, of the other part, Witnesseth: that the said Mesequescon, Indanway wey
and Kaybeshkang, in consideration of five shillings apiece of lawful money of Upper
Canada to them in hand paid by His said Majesty at or before the ensealing and
delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and for other
good causes and considerations, them the said Mesequescon, Indanwaywey and Kaybeshkang hereunto specially moving, have bargained and sold, and by these presents
do and each of them doth bargain and sell unto His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, all that parcel or tract of land situate and lying in the Township of Thurlow,
in the Midland District of the Province of Upper Canada, and fronting upon the
Bay of Quinte" at the mouth of the River Moira, and containing by estimation four
hundred and twenty-eight acres be the same more or l