A selection of these letters was viewed and photographed at the Archives of Ontario on June 9, 2009.
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AO stands for Archives of Ontario
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Indictment for Blasphemy, The King against Neill Gallaspie, Toronto, Archives of Ontario (RG 22-14, Box 2) (May 2, 1810) [hereinafter Gallaspie Indictment].
On the verso of the half-title page is a photographic reproduction of Thompson's "Map of the North West Territory of the Province of Canada" from Archives of Ontario, and, following the index, there are photographic reproductions of five sections of the National Archives of London copy of the same map; the sections are keyed to a map showing from which part of the whole they are taken--although Moreau does not explain why he chose these sections.
5; C&A1826 and 1830; "Dockets of Leases of Clergy Reserves, 1802-1835," Crown Land Papers: Leases: Misc Records, Archives of Ontario RG1, C-II-3, vol.
Archival collections ranging from Allan Fleming's personal papers recently acquired by the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections at York University to the Cooper & Beatty fonds at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library and the MacLaren advertising fonds at the Archives of Ontario are described, followed by a list of archival resources by project.
Eighteenth Report of the Department of Public Records and Archives of Ontario for 1929, No.
The above children's names were obtained through Henry's will, located at the Archives of Ontario, Frontenac County Wills, GS1, Reel 1224, No.
Acknowledgements The author gratefully acknowledges the Marie Tremaine Fellowship, awarded by the Bibliographical Society of Canada, which provided funding for my research in the Archives of Ontario.