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Letter regarding timber and the Madawaska

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Date
22 January 1849
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
  1 document  
Date
22 January 1849
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
F209
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
Scope and Content
Letter regarding timber and the Madawaska.
Notes
Envelope 3
Access Restriction
Use digital copy only. Archivist's permission required to access original.
Accession No.
2003-0164
Documents

2003-0164_MU1957_1849-01-22_CorFromUnknown.pdf

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Letter from Crown Land Department to Daniel Mclachlin regarding a decision made by the government

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Date
11 February 1848
Collection/Fonds
Daniel McLachlin fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1mm textual records
  1 document  
Date
11 February 1848
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Daniel McLachlin fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1mm textual records
Scope and Content
A letter regarding a decision made by the government that was communicated to McLachlin. The letter stated that the Department was not prepared to state what the decision was based on and merely meant to inform him as to what the decision was.
Access Restriction
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Accession No.
1993-0011
Documents

1993-0011-18_1848_CorFromCrownLandDept.pdf

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Letter to Daniel McLachlin from Alexander McLachlin regarding the death of Ewen McPhee

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Date
4 November 1847
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
  1 document  
Date
4 November 1847
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
F209
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
Scope and Content
Alexander McLachlin described to his brother the events leading up to Ewen McPhee's death and when the funeral took place. He also asked Daniel to pass on the news to McPhee's relations.
Notes
Envelope 3
Access Restriction
Use digital copy only. Archivist's permission required to access original.
Accession No.
2003-0164
Documents

2003-0164_MU1957_1847-11-04_CorFromAlexanderMclachlin.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Hamilton to Allan in White Lake

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Date
10 April 1847
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
6 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
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Date
10 April 1847
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
6 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Hamilton. In response to Allan writing that John Smith wanted a lot "upon our side of the creek" (i.e. on the west side of Waba Creek), the Laird wrote: "This appears to me very extraordinary, as he perfectly knows I had made a point not extending the village in that quarter." About John Fisher: "I have a high opinion of John as an honest and trustworthy man, but he has one very great failing - he has as many schemes and changes in his head as even the Prime Minister had - no steadiness as to one pursuit." (The Laird was still periodically coming to White Lake at that time and obviously still took an active interest in the place): "I will be with you in May and may add another street leading down to the mills - as the people are so very jealous (including our friend of 'The Waba Hotel') as to obtaining a Legal Title before paying their money for their lots". The Laird was making plans for Allan (now about 21 years old) to go to Kingston (probably Queen's University) to be educated. "I have been corresponding with some friends in Kingston as to getting you a comfortable family to board in during the summer to attend to your education, so as to qualify you for some respectful situations (having failed with McVicar last winter). And upon passing through Kingston this spring ... I will make some arrangements, so be prepared for it." The Laird's health was improving, and Sir Allan MacNab and his family helped to support him (although not necessarily financially): "I would have had great difficulty in supporting myself, only Sir Allen and all that family were very kind to me, giving me furniture, and all sorts of vegetables and many other necessities," He again thought of Catherine: "Offer my warmest regards to your Mother ... in hopes of seeing you in May..."
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1847-04-10_No20Hamilton.pdf

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Letter from the Laird aboard the Steamboat Highlander to Allan in White Lake

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Date
10 June 1847
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
2 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
10 June 1847
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
2 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from aboard the Steamboat Highlander, enroute from Kingston to Montreal. He had intended to come to White Lake from Kingston via the Rideau Canal and Perth, but was "afraid of the journey from Perth on horseback on account of my leg." He had made arrangements for Allan to board in Kingston, but now planned to come to White Lake later from Montreal, to take Allan back with him to Kingston. He also mentioned that he was trying to "arrange the price of Kinnell" in Montreal.
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning. A searchable transcription is attached to the letter.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1847-06-10_HighlanderSteamBoattoAllan.pdf

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Letter from Dr. Beattie in Fort Covington, New York, to the Laird in Montreal

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Date
19 June 1847
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
3 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
19 June 1847
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
3 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Dr. A. Beattie, Fort Covington, New York, to the Laird in Montreal. Dr. Beattie invited the Laird to visit him, promising him "a regal Scottish welcome". Dr. Beattie had ties in McNab and Pakenham: "I long to hear of my friends in McNab and anything that is known of Russells, Whytes and McVicars who I believe are the only good people in Pakenham".
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1948-06-19_No1FortCovingtontoCheif.pdf

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Survey of Lots Fronting on the Bonnechere River in the Townships of Admaston & Bromley

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Date
1847
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew County Land Records
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
paper on cardboard backing
Size: 78 x 56 cm.
Reference No.
M003
Date
1847
Format
map
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew County Land Records
Description Level
Item
Reference No.
M003
Physical Description
paper on cardboard backing
Size: 78 x 56 cm.
Material Details
Scale: 42 chains = 1 inch
Scope and Content
Shows the range lots along the Bonnechere river. The number of acres per lot are given. Also shows the timber roads and other roads used by the settlers. including "old waggon road", `new waggon road,``primary road`, ``waggon road from Parant`s Settlement,` and `...to Moore`s Mills`.
Accession No.
2003-0161
Subject Access
Maps - Lot Plan
Geographic Access
Admaston
Bromley
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Letter from the Laird in Montreal to Allan in White Lake

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Date
1 February 1846
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
1 February 1846
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Montreal. "I am so far satisfied at what you say that neither you nor your mother had any positive hand in that poor unfortunate Girl's act of having thrown a slur upon her family altho formerly your mother was to blame in Countenancing that fellow too much." (This was most likely a reference to the Laird's daughter Kitty. He never mentioned her again in his subsequent letters. Kitty eventually married William Yuill.) The Laird was suffering from severe rheumatism and a painful hand ("I can scarcely hold the pen"), although his "side" was better. He was waiting for Parliament to open, and until Sir Allan could "get on with my business during the session". He was still concerned about the road at White Lake, and he advised Allan to "sell the oxen for whatever they may fetch and remit me the balance after paying our excellent and worthy friend John Fisher what he has advanced". The letter closed with "warmest wishes to your Mother, yourself, John Fisher and his mother".
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1846-02-01_No14MontrealtoAllan.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Perth to Allan in White Lake

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Date
11 June 1846
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
3 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
11 June 1846
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
3 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Perth: "Mr. McIntosh is to be up to meet John Fisher upon Monday to remove and raise the mill for him, if he chooses he and Cameron will undertake to roof and cover the stone building, if you agree".'
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1846-06-11_Perth.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Hamilton to Allan in White Lake

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Date
24 June 1846
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
24 June 1846
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Hamilton on. "Sir Allan owing to the state of health of his family only arrived here two days ago. I have to get all our matters properly settled between him and I, and (have) taken the Cottage from him. He and all his family, his sisters and brothers-in-law, are most happy to see me in this quarter, and are very very kind and attentive to me. What a difference in living here than in Your Sad quarter where (with very few exceptions indeed) every Man would cut my throat if he possibly could."
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1846-06-24_LettertoAllanMcNab.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Bytown to Allan in White Lake

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Date
16 October 1846
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
16 October 1846
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Bytown. The Laird had advanced Allan money for boarding in Kingston. He made arrangements to have the farm in White Lake rented and expected it would be kept "in good order for five years". He sent a pair of "Indian rubber boots" for Allan's mother "which are much warmer and better for winter wear than any other", and her spectacles in a new frame. In Bytown he met his "worthy friend" Alex McDonnell and his wife. It seems that the McDonnells of Sand Point had gone to Scotland for a visit: "They went all the way to see Kinnell, and tell your mother that they saw and were perfectly delighted with poor old James McGibbon, he absolutely cried with pleasure when they gave him the news about me; they never saw so fine a place as Inchbuy - they are both the better of their jaunt".
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1846-10-16_BytowntoAllan.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Hamilton to Allan in White Lake

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Date
9 November 1846
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
9 November 1846
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Hamilton. He sent medicine for Catherine from Montreal. Also in Montreal he had selected some apple trees to be planted at White Lake, but they had not yet been sent. He discussed legal and financial affairs in connection with timber duties and the White Lake dam. He again discussed Allan's education in Kingston. "When in Montreal I resigned my command to government, and as a compliment was desired to appoint the office to my late regiment, and they are as follows: Government appoints the field officers (Alex. McDonnell of course Lieut. Colonel). I have appointed you Captain of the McNab Company ..." (there is a list of names for the Pakenham, Horton, Bagot and Blythfield companies).
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1846-11-09_Hamiltonpg1.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Hamilton to Allan in White Lake

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Date
24 September 1846
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
24 September 1846
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Hamilton. The Laird had sold Kinnell Lodge in Arnprior: "I have been making great bargains since I wrote you last, Kinnell I have sold well at £800.00, half cash, half wine, and have already got about the one half disposed of at original cost. I will I think be with you about the first week of next month on my way to Montreal to get matters settled in your quarter ... I wish to see your neighbour William Yuill". The Laird had "bought a very good house and three acres of land with garden and outhouses for the same money I get from Kinnell, so that I may say I sit rent-free within about 400 yards from Sir Allan McNab's Castle, and about the same distance from Captain Stewart's and the Hon. Mr. Hatt's, Sir Allan's brother-in-law" (i.e. John Ogilvie Hatt).
The Laird explained that he was losing money with Kinnell Lodge every year. Evidently he enjoyed living in Hamilton: "I cannot say how kind and attentive every person is to me in this city, what a difference living here to the Blessed Township of McNab." He was sorry to hear that John Fisher had given up his interest in the sawmill "after his trouble and expense completing it". He sent "kindest wishes" to Allan and his mother and hoping that "before this time you have got the roof on your castle".
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1846-09-24_No28Hamiltonpg1.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Montreal to Allan at White Lake

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Date
30 October 1845
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
30 October 1845
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Montreal, about several pending court cases. He informed his son that Archibald Wilson had signed the lease for the Laird's White Lake farm and water priveleges, "closed all matters as to the Farm, Dam and Water Priveleges ... all matters being firmly fixed by a legal Lease". (Archibald Wilson, an Englishman, had come to the Township in 1832.) "It will save your Mother and Kitty a great deal of drudgery and anxiety, for all they will have to trouble themselves about now will be the cows and sheep and their garden. Be cautious how you sell the hay, it will be worth 20 dollars per ton. I am beginning to find my liver and side very sore from travelling... I came here just in time, for my liver was getting very bad, the Doctor has put me under a Course of Mercury already, which will likely occupy some months, as he does not consider it prudent to give me much at once ... I am sadly in need of money".
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1845-10-30_toAllan.pdf

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Letter to Allan in White Lake from the Laird in Montreal

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Date
19 November 1845
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
19 November 1845
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Montreal. "Indeed it surprises me to hear that Paris and Hunter had the Dam, but it matters not to me who the Contractors are, providing the dam be properly and sufficiently done.." It appears that the Laird's lessee, Archibald Wilson, contracted with John Paris to have a new dam constructed at White Lake. The Laird showed concern for Catherine (his common-law wife, Allan's and Kitty's mother): "I was sorry to perceive that your Mother is again beginning to feel her side and sincerely do I sympathize with her, for I have suffered much from the same since coming here and may likely for some time." His Montreal physician, Dr. Beattie, had an "extensive practice and a large laboratory establishment in town" together with his partner Dr. Scott. The Laird had Dr. Beattie prepare medicine for Catherine "in the shape of pills; the only difficulty is in getting them sent up - I have also purchased some clothes and flannel" (there was no parcel post yet).
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1845-11-19_toAllan.pdf

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Letter from the Laird in Montreal to Allan in White Lake

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Date
10 December 1845
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Reference No.
0
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives �
  1 document  
Date
10 December 1845
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Gail Manson fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0357
Reference No.
0
Physical Description
4 images : colour ; digital only
Conservation
Originals were unfolded, flattened, given acid-free envelopes and returned to donor.
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Gail Manson of White Lake
Scope and Content
From a description of the letter in Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township: 'Laird to Allan from Montreal. "By the papers you will see that Lord Metcalfe has left us as Governor, this will be much against me ... who the next Governor may be, God only knows." The Laird complained about his "side", but was taking the "necessary and strong medicines".'
Notes
The originals were returned after scanning.
Related Material
See Peter Hessel's book, McNab: The Township for a broader history of the Laird's settlement and occupation of the area.
Accession No.
2016-0357
Documents

2016-0357_1845-12-10_MontrealtoAllan.pdf

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Letter from Wm. M. D. Dawson regarding trespass evidence for the Queen vs. Wm. Price case

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Date
2 August 1844
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
  1 document  
Date
2 August 1844
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
F209
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
Scope and Content
Letter from Wm. M. D. Dawson regarding trespass evidence for the Queen vs. Wm. Price case.
Notes
Envelope 2
Access Restriction
Use digital copy only. Archivist's permission required to access original.
Accession No.
2003-0164
Documents

2003-0164_MU1957_1844_CorFromWmMDDawson.pdf

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Deposition of John McNaughton in the mast court case

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Date
1 August 1844
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
  1 document  
Date
1 August 1844
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
F209
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
Scope and Content
Deposition of John McNaughton in the mast court case.
Notes
Envelope 2
Access Restriction
Use digital copy only. Archivist's permission required to access original.
Accession No.
2003-0164
Documents

2003-0164_MU1957_1844_CorFromJohnMcNaughton.pdf

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Letter from D. McCallum to Donald McLachlin regarding a report on the status at camp

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Date
10 October 1843
Collection/Fonds
Daniel McLachlin fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1mm textual records
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Date
10 October 1843
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Daniel McLachlin fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1mm textual records
Scope and Content
A letter discussing the trip to a camp near Pembroke, including the loss of a canoe with the only thing lost was a barrel of flour they had to leave behind. The rest of the letter details the status at the camp, including the possibility of falling behind work, possibly needing more men, and that they would need more pork as their stores were running low.
Access Restriction
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Accession No.
1993-0011
Documents

1993-0011-15_1843_CorFromDMcCallum.pdf

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Letter to Mr. McLachlin from H. V. Noel regarding notification of trial for the McDonell masts case

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Date
22 September 1843
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
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Date
22 September 1843
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McLachlin Bros. fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
F209
Physical Description
1 mm textual records
Scope and Content
A notification to Mr. McLachlin about a date being set for the trial of the case involving McDonell's masts. Noel stated that it would be necessary for McLachlin to head down and bring all the papers related to the case that he has.
Notes
Envelope 2
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Accession No.
2003-0164
Documents

2003-0164_MU1957_1843-09-22_CorFromHVNoel.pdf

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