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  • Letter  to Mr. Ball & Mr. Nelles, Grimsby, from Forsyth, Richardson Company
    Letter to Mr. Ball & Mr. Nelles, Grimsby, from Forsyth, Richardson Company
    Text       This letter was written to Mr. Ball & Mr. Nelles, in Grimsby, from Forsyth, Richardson Company, in Montreal, regarding the payment of items ordered as soon as possible in order to avoid paying interest. Forsyth, Richardson Company was a major importer of merchandise for Upper and Lower Canadian wholesalers and ...
    Text     This letter was written to Mr. Ball & Mr. Nelles, in Grimsby, from Forsyth, Richardson Company, in Montreal, regarding the payment of items ordered as soon as possible in order ...
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  • Letter to Major D. McDougal from Robert Stanton discussing where Sir Isaac Brock Fell, 1860
    Letter to Major D. McDougal from Robert Stanton discussing where Sir Isaac Brock Fell, 1860
    Text       The letter, dated August 10, 1860, was written to Major D. McDougal from Robert Stanton concerning a meeting to discuss the place where Sir Isaac Brock fell at Queenston. Stanton also mentioned that he had discussed the design and location of the monument with William Thomas, the architect of the ...
    Text     The letter, dated August 10, 1860, was written to Major D. McDougal from Robert Stanton concerning a meeting to discuss the place where Sir Isaac Brock fell at Queenston. Stanton ...
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  • Letter to Sir Alan McNabb from Robert Stanton concerning the place where Sir Isaac Brock fell, 1860
    Letter to Sir Alan McNabb from Robert Stanton concerning the place where Sir Isaac Brock fell, 1860
    Text       The letter is addressed to Sir Alan McNabb, a member of the Committee for the Erection of Brock's Monument, from Robert Stanton concerning the place where Sir Isaac Brock fell. Stanton states within the letter, dated July 28, 1860, that he witnessed the fall and could potentially assist in marking ...
    Text     The letter is addressed to Sir Alan McNabb, a member of the Committee for the Erection of Brock's Monument, from Robert Stanton concerning the place where Sir Isaac Brock fell. ...
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  • Letter to Lieut. Daniel McDougal Authorizing a Meeting of the Medical Board to Examine and Report on Wounds Sustained During War of 1812
    Letter to Lieut. Daniel McDougal Authorizing a Meeting of the Medical Board to Examine and Report on Wounds Sustained During War of 1812
    Text       This is a letter to Lieut. Daniel McDougal authorizing a meeting of the Medical Board to examine and report on the wounds he sustained during the War of 1812. The letter is signed by Edward M. [Maton] from the Office of Government in York on September 8th, 1821. The inside ...
    Text     This is a letter to Lieut. Daniel McDougal authorizing a meeting of the Medical Board to examine and report on the wounds he sustained during the War of 1812. The ...
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  • Letter to Lieut. Tom Leonard from M.L.- December 1814
    Letter to Lieut. Tom Leonard from M.L.- December 1814
    Text       This letter was written to Lieut. Tom Leonard in Kingston, Upper Canada from M.L. (possibly a family member) on December 1814. It discusses family concerns about his illness and the hope that he might write to them soon. It also mentions Col. Drummond's kindness to send updated letters to the ...
    Text     This letter was written to Lieut. Tom Leonard in Kingston, Upper Canada from M.L. (possibly a family member) on December 1814. It discusses family concerns about his illness and the ...
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  • Letter to Lieut. Thomas Leonard of the 104th Regiment in Kingston, Upper Canada in 1814.
    Letter to Lieut. Thomas Leonard of the 104th Regiment in Kingston, Upper Canada in 1814.
    Text       This letter was written to Lieut. Thomas Leonard of the 104th Regiment in Kingston, Upper Canada in 1814. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment that was raised in 1803 and sent to Upper Canada where they participated in the battles of Sackets Harbor, Beaver Dams, and Lundy's Lane, ...
    Text     This letter was written to Lieut. Thomas Leonard of the 104th Regiment in Kingston, Upper Canada in 1814. Leonard was from the 104th New Brunswick Regiment that was raised in ...
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  • Letter to Mr. Cummings, a general merchant in Chippawa during the War of 1812, Explaining a Theft of Various Supplies- 1813
    Letter to Mr. Cummings, a general merchant in Chippawa during the War of 1812, Explaining a Theft of Various Supplies- 1813
    Text       This is a letter written to Mr. Cummings (probably Thomas), who was a general merchant in Chippawa during the War of 1812. It explains the theft of various supplies and the names of those involved. The letter is dated in Stamford on June 1st, 1813.
    Text     This is a letter written to Mr. Cummings (probably Thomas), who was a general merchant in Chippawa during the War of 1812. It explains the theft of various supplies and ...
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  • Letter from Alexander Wood, a Magistrate in Upper Canada, to William Campbell describing Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell Losses during the War of 1812- January 13, 1816
    Letter from Alexander Wood, a Magistrate in Upper Canada, to William Campbell describing Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell Losses during the War of 1812- January 13, 1816
    Text       A handwritten letter, dated January 13, 1816, from Alexander Wood, a magistrate in Upper Canada, to William Campbell which describes Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell's (wife of Fort Major Campbell of Fort George) situation following the burning of Niagara. It discusses the difficulties she faced being a single mother and having her ...
    Text     A handwritten letter, dated January 13, 1816, from Alexander Wood, a magistrate in Upper Canada, to William Campbell which describes Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell's (wife of Fort Major Campbell of Fort ...
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  • Letter authorizing the payment to Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell- June 28, 1815
    Letter authorizing the payment to Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell- June 28, 1815
    Text       This is a handwritten letter, dated June 28, 1815, authorizing the payment of 63 pounds, 12 shilling and 81/2 pence to Mrs. Campbell, wife of Fort-Major Campbell, for war losses. In addition this document includes a fragment of the envelope addressed to Mrs. Major Campbell, Windsor, Nova Scotia.
    Text     This is a handwritten letter, dated June 28, 1815, authorizing the payment of 63 pounds, 12 shilling and 81/2 pence to Mrs. Campbell, wife of Fort-Major Campbell, for war losses. ...
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  • Memo Authorizing a Ration OF Fuel and Candles to Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell- February 19, 1814
    Memo Authorizing a Ration OF Fuel and Candles to Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell- February 19, 1814
    Text       This is a memo discussing how Mrs. Campbell's, wife of Fort-Major Donald Campbell, request for fuel and candles was authorized and ready to be distributed. It is dated February 19th, 1814 which means Mrs. Campbell made the request during the winter months following the burning of Niagara in December 1813.
    Text     This is a memo discussing how Mrs. Campbell's, wife of Fort-Major Donald Campbell, request for fuel and candles was authorized and ready to be distributed. It is dated February 19th, ...
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  • Letter from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal- August 1814
    Letter from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal- August 1814
    Text       A letter dated August 1814, from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal concerning his request for a transfer. He also asked about the status of McDougal's wounds and whether he would be ready for active service again soon.
    Text     A letter dated August 1814, from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal concerning his request for a transfer. He also asked about the status of McDougal's wounds and whether he ...
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  • Letter from the War Office to Lieut. Daniel McDougal Regarding his Half Pay for the Canadian Embodied Militia- March 27, 1813
    Letter from the War Office to Lieut. Daniel McDougal Regarding his Half Pay for the Canadian Embodied Militia- March 27, 1813
    Text       This letter is from the war office to Lieut. Daniel McDougal regarding his half pay for the Canadian Embodied Militia at Fort George. McDougal participated in the battle of Fort George on March 27, 1813 when it was taken by American troops. He was also severely wounded at Lundy’s Lane ...
    Text     This letter is from the war office to Lieut. Daniel McDougal regarding his half pay for the Canadian Embodied Militia at Fort George. McDougal participated in the battle of Fort ...
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  • Legal Record of J.W. Crooks, Surveyor, to John Crisler, Pathmaster
    Legal Record of J.W. Crooks, Surveyor, to John Crisler, Pathmaster
    Text       Copy of a letter written by J.W. Crooks in May 1816 dicussing the creation of a road, as requested by freeholders residing in Four Mile Creek, from below the hill of the late Joseph Clements, in a direct line to a beach tree at Four Mile Creek, below the barn ...
    Text     Copy of a letter written by J.W. Crooks in May 1816 dicussing the creation of a road, as requested by freeholders residing in Four Mile Creek, from below the hill ...
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  • Letter from John Clark from Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck- Shortage of Men
    Letter from John Clark from Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck- Shortage of Men
    Text       A letter from John Clark at Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck, 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, in Grantham which discusses the shortage of men at the Fort. It is dated May 3rd 1814 and is scripted in ink on writing paper folded to form an envelope.
    Text     A letter from John Clark at Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck, 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, in Grantham which discusses the shortage of men at the Fort. ...
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  • Letter to Colonel MacDougall from Allan McNab concerning Sir Isaac Brock's Death- 1860
    Letter to Colonel MacDougall from Allan McNab concerning Sir Isaac Brock's Death- 1860
    Text       This is a handwritten letter, dated 1860, to Colonel MacDougall from Allan McNab concerning the site of Brock's death and his monument. MacDougall was a member of the committee responsible for building the monument.
    Text     This is a handwritten letter, dated 1860, to Colonel MacDougall from Allan McNab concerning the site of Brock's death and his monument. MacDougall was a member of the committee responsible ...
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  • Letter from Aenas Shaw, Adjutant General of the Militia, to Major Ten Broeck commanding the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia
    Letter from Aenas Shaw, Adjutant General of the Militia, to Major Ten Broeck commanding the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia
    Text       The letter was written from the military headquarters at 4 Mile Creek on September 17th (or 19th), 1813. Shaw was requesting that Ten Broeck's company rendezvous at the head quarters. During this time, the Americans were occupying Niagara (Niagara-on-the-Lake) and Fort George. Script in ink on water marked paper "Britannia".
    Text     The letter was written from the military headquarters at 4 Mile Creek on September 17th (or 19th), 1813. Shaw was requesting that Ten Broeck's company rendezvous at the head quarters. ...
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  • Letter from Joseph Clement Reporting the Status of Guards Between Queenston and Corbin's Inn, 1812
    Letter from Joseph Clement Reporting the Status of Guards Between Queenston and Corbin's Inn, 1812
    Text       This is a letter from Joseph Clement, Ensign of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, concerning the guards located between the Queenston Camp and Corbin’s Inn. He stated that he visited them between 2 and 5 pm and found them to be present and alert. On the back of ...
    Text     This is a letter from Joseph Clement, Ensign of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, concerning the guards located between the Queenston Camp and Corbin’s Inn. He stated that ...
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  • Letter From Geof Taylor to Sir Allan McNabb concerning Brock's Spring in Queenston, July 1860
    Letter From Geof Taylor to Sir Allan McNabb concerning Brock's Spring in Queenston, July 1860
    Text       A letter, dated July 1860, by Geof Taylor to Sir Allan McNabb concerning Brock's Spring in Queenston. He reports that a Mr. Robinson was taking the water from the spring and bringing it back to his house. Taylor was inquiring whether or not McNabb approved of this act. McNabb was ...
    Text     A letter, dated July 1860, by Geof Taylor to Sir Allan McNabb concerning Brock's Spring in Queenston. He reports that a Mr. Robinson was taking the water from the spring ...
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  • Letter to Colonel McDougal from Sir Allan McNabb regarding the spot where Sir Isaac Brock fell, August 1860
    Letter to Colonel McDougal from Sir Allan McNabb regarding the spot where Sir Isaac Brock fell, August 1860
    Text       This is a letter, dated August 1860, to Colonel McDougal from Sir Allan McNabb in Dundurn, regarding the spot where Sir Isaac Brock fell during the Battle of Queenston Heights. Both McDougal and McNabb were on the Committee for the Erection of Brock's Monument. McDougal was in the Upper Canada ...
    Text     This is a letter, dated August 1860, to Colonel McDougal from Sir Allan McNabb in Dundurn, regarding the spot where Sir Isaac Brock fell during the Battle of Queenston Heights. ...
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  • Letter to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa- September 12th, 1814
    Letter to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa- September 12th, 1814
    Text       This letter was written to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa on September 12th, 1814. It states that Leonard was neglecting his post by not being present at Fort George at all times and living too far away. He restates Leonard's ...
    Text     This letter was written to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa on September 12th, 1814. It states that Leonard was neglecting ...
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