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Image for Manuscript letter to Castell Hopkins from Henry John Cody written on 'St. Paul's Church' letterhead , dated April 21 1921

Manuscript letter to Castell Hopkins from Henry John Cody written on 'St. Paul's Church' letterhead , dated April 21 1921

By: Cody, Henry John

Price: $15.00

Inventory Number: 37319


Dear Mr. Castell Hopkins: Many thanks for your kind letter in regards to the Archbishopric of Melbourne. What you say is undoubtedly one factor which enters into the case. There are many sides to it and it is hard to reach a speedy and satisfactory View more info

Treasures of the national Archives of Canada

By: Dahl, Edward H. (editor)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Toronto, Buffalo & London, University of Toronto Press: (1992)

Inventory Number: 11930

Condition: Very good


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Image for 2 page manuscript letter on the letterhead of Office of Town Clerk & Treasurer, Windsor, N.S. dated 26 July 1895

2 page manuscript letter on the letterhead of Office of Town Clerk & Treasurer, Windsor, N.S. dated 26 July 1895

By: Expropriation letter to a Mr. George Redden, Windsor, N.S. 1895.

Price: $15.00

Inventory Number: 34863


Partial text In order to more effectual secure and ensure a continued supply of water to the Town of Windsor, the Town Council of the said Town, have decided to acquire the title to the lands lying along the Fall Brook (?) from the reservoir up to the head-waters, and the lakes at the head thereof. . . View more info

Image for Two Manuscript letters from René-Édouard Caron to His Honour The Lieutenant Governor Fredericton, New Brunswick, dated Quebec 23rd. February  and 28th December

Two Manuscript letters from René-Édouard Caron to His Honour The Lieutenant Governor Fredericton, New Brunswick, dated Quebec 23rd. February and 28th December

By: René-Édouard Caron

Price: $40.00

Publisher: 1875

Inventory Number: 37360

Condition: Both letters in very good condition


Letter reads 'Government House, Quebec 28th December 1875. Sir. I have the honour to transmit to you herewith a copy of the Speech with which I, on the 24th. instruct(?) closed the First session of the Third Parliament of this Province, I have the View more info

Image for Appointment of Alexander McNeil, Barrister to be a Commissioner for giving relief to Indigent Debtors, . . . signed by William Stevens Fielding and Malachy Bowes Daly and dated 14th of February 1892

Appointment of Alexander McNeil, Barrister to be a Commissioner for giving relief to Indigent Debtors, . . . signed by William Stevens Fielding and Malachy Bowes Daly and dated 14th of February 1892

By: William Stevens Fielding, the eighth Premier of Nova Scotia (1884-96),

Price: $75.00

Publisher: (1892)

Inventory Number: 37332

Condition: Pieces missing from top of document affecting printed text, as well as a tear into blind stamp seal. Pieces missing from bottom of document not affect text and a few small tears to each side not into text


Signed by Daly below blind stamp seal, top left corner and on the bottom right corner by Fielding.William Stevens Fielding, PC (November 24, 1848 - June 23, 1929) was a Canadian Liberal politician, the eighth Premier of Nova Scotia (1884-96), and View more info

Image for Two signed letters from William Stevens Fielding concerning the application of Alexander McNeil for a Fellowship in International Law to the Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Two signed letters from William Stevens Fielding concerning the application of Alexander McNeil for a Fellowship in International Law to the Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

By: William Stevens Fielding, the eighth Premier of Nova Scotia (1884-96),

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Both dated March 3rd. 1921

Inventory Number: 37333

Condition: One letter has rust stains from paper clips the other has a few very small brown marks


One letter is address to the secretary of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace recommending McNeil for the fellowship and the other is to McNeil stating 'I have pleasure in sending you herewith a letter which I hope will serve your purpose.' View more info