• Letter to Jane Jemima Clark [Mrs. Peter Bradt] from her aunt Sarah Clark

      Clark, Sarah (1817)
      Letter to Jane Jemima Clark [Mrs. Peter Bradt] from her aunt Sarah Clark, 1817, regarding family matters.
    • Marriage licence, Peter Bradt and Jane Jeminah Clark

      Maitland, Peregrine (1827-01-24)
      Marriage licence, Peter Bradt and Jane Jeminah Clark, dated at Niagara, 24 January 1827. The licence is signed by Peregrine Maitland, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada.
    • Invoice, Peter Bradt to Joseph Day

      Bradt, Peter (1827-09-05)
      Invoice, Peter Bradt to Joseph Day, for “labour on your saw mill” and “sundry kinds of labour”, 5 December 1827.
    • Note to Mr. Bradt from C. Bradle

      Bradle, C. (1828-06-30)
      Note to Mr. Bradt from C. Bradle, June 30, 1828, regarding lumber for the Academy.
    • Note to Peter Bradt from John Oakley

      Oakley, John (1831-08-05)
      Note to Peter Bradt from John Oakley “…to send 200 ft. of boards for Baptist meeting house in Niagara”, 5 August 1831. John Oakley was a former British soldier who built a Baptist Church in 1830. He served as the pastor of the church, whose congregation was predominantly black.
    • Invoice, Peter Bradt to Oliver Graham for work carried out

      Bradt, Peter (1832-05-21)
      Invoice, Peter Bradt to Oliver Graham for work carried out, 21 May 1832.
    • Certificate excusing Peter Bradt from military service

      Muirhead, J. (1833-02-15)
      Certificate excusing Peter Bradt from military service, dated at Niagara, 15 February 1833. It is signed by J. Muirhead, Surgeon, Provincial Militia.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt from John Clark

      Clark, John (1833-04-20)
      Letter to Peter Bradt from John Clark, dated at St. Catharines, 20 April 1833. Clark requests that Bradt reinstate the farm to his brother and sister, George and Sarah Clark. In exchange, he agrees to pay all debts made on their account.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt from James Clark

      Clark, James (1833-05-25)
      Letter to Peter Bradt from James Clark, dated at Louth, 25 May 1833. Clark writes about the “unfortunate business or misunderstanding between you and my unfortunate brother and sister.” He asks that they come to terms by June 1, at which point he will “place the Bond in the hands of an attorney”.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt from John Clark

      Clark, John (1833-06-29)
      Letter to Peter Bradt from John Clark, 29 June 1833. The letter concerns the settlement of a debt. John Clark writes “I will agree to $1500 as a balance due…on the farm with interest…you can see me at the Canal office every day of the week”.
    • Receipt to Peter Bradt from Johnson Butler

      Butler, Johnson (1834-09-17)
      Receipt to Peter Bradt from Johnson Butler (grandson of John Butler, Butler’s Rangers), dated at St. Catharines, 17 September 1834, for £10.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt, Gainsborough, from James Clark

      Clark, James (1836-06-04)
      Letter to Peter Bradt, Gainsborough, from James Clark, dated at Louth, 4 June 1836. The letter informs him that Clark will be running for Parliament and “would be very thankful for your vote and interest”.
    • Letter to Jane Bradt from her brother James W.O. Clark

      Clark, James W.O. (1839-05-08)
      Letter to Jane Bradt from her brother James W.O. Clark, dated at Louth, 8 May 1839. The letter concerns the settlement of their mother’s assets.
    • Letter to Jane Bradt, Clinton, from her brother James W.O. Clark

      Clark, James W.O. (1839-05-29)
      Letter to Jane Bradt, Clinton, from her brother James W.O. Clark, dated at Louth, 29 May 1839. The letter concerns the settlement of family problems.
    • Niagara District Temperance Convention Constitution

      Niagara District Temperance Convention (1842-03-09)
      Niagara District Temperance Convention Constitution, St. Catharines, 9 March 1842. The names W.T. Cameron, Secretary, and Oliver Phelps, President, appear on the document. There are 8 articles listed.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt, Clinton, from William Hamilton Merritt

      Merritt, William Hamilton (1847-07-02)
      Letter to Peter Bradt, Clinton, from William Hamilton Merritt, dated at Montreal, 2 July 1847. The letter concerns a land claim. The corresponding envelope is postmarked Montreal, Hamilton, and Beamsville.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt, Clinton, from James W.O. Clark

      Clark, James W.O. (1847-12-31)
      Letter to Peter Bradt, Clinton, from James W.O. Clark, dated at Louth, 31 December 1847. The letter concerns Clark’s running for public office. Clark asks Bradt to distribute copies of his address to the Rectors, and follows “…if you feel favourable to my election I shall be most thankful for your vote and influence”.
    • Printed note to Peter Bradt issued by Thomas Towers

      Towers, Thomas (1849-01-19)
      Printed note to Peter Bradt issued by Thomas Towers, dated at St. Catharines, 19 January, 1849 concerning the collection of a debt.
    • Letter to James Bradt from his uncle James Clark

      Clark, James (1855-03-05)
      Letter to James Bradt from his uncle James Clark, dated at Grantham, 5 March 1855. The letter mentions James Bradt’s studies and extends an invitation to visit.
    • Letter to Peter Bradt from Solomon Brown

      Brown, Solomon (1855-05-27)
      Letter to Peter Bradt from Solomon Brown, dated at Tonawanda, 27 May 1855. The letter concerns Brown’s prospects and impressions after moving to Tonawanda, New York.