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  • Map of the British Provinces of North America in 1860 

    Johnston, Keith (1860)
    Map of the British Provinces of North America in 1860. A large, folding, linen backed map of Canada with part of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia, showing the Line of Grand Trunk Railway and its connections, by Keith Johnston. ...
  • Certificates of appointment, 1859-1860 

    Unknown author (1859)
    Certificates of appointment, 1859-1860. Two certificates of appointment issued by the Admiralty to Seymour, both relating to HMS Hero. The first certificate appoints Seymour Captain on April 29, 1859. The second certificate ...
  • Letter written by George Henry Seymour, 1860 

    Seymour, George Henry (1860-09-16)
    Letter written by George Henry Seymour, 1860. The letter is dated at Niagara, September 16, 1860. He writes that “…when we got here, the D. of Newcastle received a proposal from Mr. Blondin to wheel the Prince over ...
  • Letters regarding the HMS Hero 

    Lindsay, E.B.; Smith, I.; Milne, Alex (1860-08)
    Letters regarding the HMS Hero. Three copies of letters dated August 20, 1860, August 28, 1860 and August 30, 1860, concerning the grounding of the HMS Hero at the mouth of the Saguenay River a few days earlier, due to ...
  • Letters written by George Henry Seymour to his father, 1860 

    Seymour, George Henry (1860-08)
    Letter written by George Henry Seymour to his father, 1860. The letter is dated at Halifax, August 4, 1860 and describes the Prince’s warm welcome in Newfoundland. He goes on to comment on the possibility of hostilitie ...

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