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Petition of M.D. Moodie & others

Petition of the state of a road leading to 2nd Concession of Sidney, signed by M. Dumbar Moodie, William Symons, Benjamin Hinker, William Haddrell, Joseph Bedford, G. Booth, James Booth, Farley Ellis, Robert Bennett, James Winelett, William Harris, Daniel Perry, Walter Lackie, and W. Tofrell.

Tyendinaga - Mill Point Incorporation - 1871

File contains original petition to incorporate Mill Point into an "Incorporated Village" 17 May1871, signed by Edward Wilkes Rathbun and 100 residents of the village. There are also petitions of protest from residents north of the York Road [Highway 2] who did not want to be part of the village. File also includes a plan of the proposed boundaries Mill Point (Map M440-1446).

Map of Lower Canada, Quebec and Ontario

A reproduction of part of a map showing Lower Canada, Quebec and Ontario in 1825. Map shows bodies of water and names of settlements. The boundary of Lower Canada is according to a treaty with the United States. From the Archives of Canada on July 27, 1966. Donated by Chewett.

Map of the province of Upper Canada

Reproduction of a map showing new settlements, townships, counties etc.in the province of Upper Canada as of April 12, 1800. The total area spans from Quebec to Lake Huron and from Lake Michigan to New Hampshire then south to Pennsylvania in the U.S.A. This was the first printed map of Upper Canada, showing all settlements since 1784. Charted by D. W. Smith, Esq., Surveyor General London and published by W. Faden
This map can be found in "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Smith, David William

Proposed Towns and Military Roads of Upper Canada

Poor reproduction of a sketch of Upper Canada to show places designated by Lt. Gov. Simcoe for towns and proposed military roads, circa 1796. The map was published by B. M. Kings.

Simcoe, John Graves

Map of Canada indicating Natural Resources

A "Map of Canada - Exclusive of Northern Regions - Indicating Main Natural Resources." Map revised in 1936. Published by the Department of Mines & Resources (Canada). Scale: 100 miles to 1 inch.

Canada. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources

Map of the Dominion of Canada

A map of the Dominion of Canada. Map dated 1927. Published by the Department of the Interior (Canada). Scale: 100 miles to 1 inch.

Canada. Department of the Interior

First Floor Plan at County Court House

A Floor Plan of the Main First Floor at the County Court House on Pinnacle Street in Belleville, Ontario. All rooms and areas are named: Turnkey's Apartment, Sheriff's Offices, Judge Cameron's Office, Jail Govenor's Office etc. Composed by Charles A. Mott, City Engineer, and dated November 15, 1944.

Donated by Heritage Belleville in 2017.

Mott, Charles Allan

Cell Block and Basement Plans at Court House

A Floor Plan of the Main Cell Block and Basement at the County Court House on Pinnacle Street in Belleville, Ontario. The “Old Cells” are in the basement of the Court House. The Main Cell Block is connected to the Court House on the southeast. Composed by Charles A. Mott, City Engineer, and dated November 15, 1944.

Donated by Heritage Belleville in 2017.

Mott, Charles Allan

Weller's and Hay Bay Islands claimed by Alnwick Indians

An original, waxed linen map entitled "Plans of Islands claimed by the band of Alnwick Indians. Pursuant to Instructions bearing date “Crown Lands Department” Quebec 2nd October 1861." The area in mention concerns Weller's Bay and Hay Bay, in Prince Edward County. Surveyed by John McNaughton, P. L. S. in April and May 1862. Scale: 8 chains to an inch.

McNaughton, John, P.L.S. & D.P.S.

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