The Resource Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Glegg, Secretary of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, Governor in Chief of Lower Canada, and James Stuart, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General for that province : respecting the establishment of boundaries between the territory called the King's Posts, and the seigniory of "Mille Vaches" : also copies of a petition of William Lampson to the House of Assembly of the said province, and of papers laid before the Assembly, in pursuance of their address to His Excellency the Governor in Chief, of the 16th March, 1831

Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Glegg, Secretary of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, Governor in Chief of Lower Canada, and James Stuart, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General for that province : respecting the establishment of boundaries between the territory called the King's Posts, and the seigniory of "Mille Vaches" : also copies of a petition of William Lampson to the House of Assembly of the said province, and of papers laid before the Assembly, in pursuance of their address to His Excellency the Governor in Chief, of the 16th March, 1831

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Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Glegg, Secretary of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, Governor in Chief of Lower Canada, and James Stuart, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General for that province : respecting the establishment of boundaries between the territory called the King's Posts, and the seigniory of "Mille Vaches" : also copies of a petition of William Lampson to the House of Assembly of the said province, and of papers laid before the Assembly, in pursuance of their address to His Excellency the Governor in Chief, of the 16th March, 1831
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Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Glegg, Secretary of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, Governor in Chief of Lower Canada, and James Stuart, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General for that province
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respecting the establishment of boundaries between the territory called the King's Posts, and the seigniory of "Mille Vaches" : also copies of a petition of William Lampson to the House of Assembly of the said province, and of papers laid before the Assembly, in pursuance of their address to His Excellency the Governor in Chief, of the 16th March, 1831
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eng
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Glegg, J. B
Dewey number
346.04/32
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1780-1853
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  • Stuart, J.
  • Lampson, William
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CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches
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no. 49908
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  • Real property
  • Land tenure
  • Propriété immobilière
  • Propriété foncière
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Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Glegg, Secretary of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, Governor in Chief of Lower Canada, and James Stuart, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General for that province : respecting the establishment of boundaries between the territory called the King's Posts, and the seigniory of "Mille Vaches" : also copies of a petition of William Lampson to the House of Assembly of the said province, and of papers laid before the Assembly, in pursuance of their address to His Excellency the Governor in Chief, of the 16th March, 1831
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  • Half title
  • Letters dated: Quebec, 1830 or 1831
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1 online resource (1 microfiche (19 fr.).)
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online
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Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Seminary of Quebec, Library.
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Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Glegg, Secretary of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, Governor in Chief of Lower Canada, and James Stuart, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General for that province : respecting the establishment of boundaries between the territory called the King's Posts, and the seigniory of "Mille Vaches" : also copies of a petition of William Lampson to the House of Assembly of the said province, and of papers laid before the Assembly, in pursuance of their address to His Excellency the Governor in Chief, of the 16th March, 1831
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Publication
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  • Half title
  • Letters dated: Quebec, 1830 or 1831
Extent
1 online resource (1 microfiche (19 fr.).)
Form of item
online
Reproduction note
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Seminary of Quebec, Library.
Specific material designation
remote

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