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  • Photograph of Samuel Peters Jarvis from a daguerreotype 

    Middlemiss & Hunter, late Ewing & Company Artists & Photographers (n.d.)
    Photograph of Samuel Peters Jarvis from a daguerreotype by Middlemiss & Hunter, late Ewing & Company Artists & Photographers, to H.R.H. Prince Arthur. A Cabinet photograph, n.d.
  • Public Notice, 28 March 1844 

    Unknown author (1844-03-28)
    “The inspection and valuation of certain Lands on the North side of the Grand River, in the Gore and Niagara Districts, belonging to the Six Nations Indians, being now completed, in pursuance of an order in Council, ...
  • Public Notice, 28 March 1844 

    Unknown author (1844-03-28)
    Public Notice, 28 March 1844. “The inspection and valuation of certain Lands on the North side of the Grand River, in the Gore and Niagara Districts, belonging to the Six Nations Indians, being now completed, in pursuance ...
  • Samuel Smith, Esquire, Administrator of the Government of the Province of Upper Canada, to John McGill, Esquire, Receiver General 

    Smith, Samuel (1818-06-05)
    “Samuel Smith, Esquire, Administrator of the Government of the Province of Upper Canada, to John McGill, Esquire, Receiver General of the said Province, you are hereby directed and required, out of such monies as are in, ...
  • Small jewelry case 

    Unknown author (1825)
    Small jewelry case with the name A.H. Baldwin, numismatist, Duncannon St., Charing Cross, London, W.C. Within the box is a silver medallion which is 4 cm. in diameter. The medal is engraved “William Dummer Powell and ...
  • Two military land grants, Sir Peregrine Maitland to Samuel Peters Jarvis of Captain Heward’s Flank Company in the 3rd York Regiment of York 

    Maitland, Sir Peregrine (1827)
    Two military land grants, Sir Peregrine Maitland to Samuel Peters Jarvis of Captain Heward’s Flank Company in the 3rd York Regiment of York. The first grant is for 200 acres of land in Ekfrid Township, County of Middlesex, ...
  • Upper Canada Sheriff’s Deed, 27 March 1833 

    Jarvis, William Munson (1833-03-27)
    Upper Canada Sheriff’s Deed, dated 27 March 1833. The deed is for a sale of land at public auction in the Gore District, purchased by Thomas Clark of Stamford, Niagara. The deed is signed by William Munson Jarvis, Sheriff ...
  • Written Indenture and Deed of Surrender 

    Unknown author (1841-11-02)
    Written indenture between Henry Fry, his wife Eleanor, and John McMurrick (representing the Fry estate) in the first part and William Benjamin Robinson of St.Catharines in the District of Niagara of the second part for ...
  • Written statement of a medical board in pursuance of a garrison order dated 12 October, 1828 

    Unknown author (1828-10-12)
    Written statement of a medical board in pursuance of a garrison order dated 12 October, 1828, at Kingston “to examine and report upon a wound received by Lieut. William Munson Jarvis by the enemy at York in Upper Canada ...