Letters to Secretary General Drummond from Thomas Scott, July 1814
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Consists of 4 photocopied letters from Thomas Scott, Chief Justice of Upper Canada, to Secretary General Drummond, concerning traitors and treason. The letters are dated July 5, 1814, July 8, 1814 (2), and July 14, 1814. The July 5th letter is titled “copy of a dispatch from …Bathurst…of insufficiency of evidence to convict traitors” and “Relative to the Traitors who were condemned at Ancaster”. The July 14th letter is titled “The Instruments of Reference not made out in due form”.