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dc.contributor.authorAdams, Anne
dc.descriptionThe circular is addressed to The Warden of the Ottawa District, Longueil. Two notes are within this document. The first note is dated December 27, 1842 and it is from Queenston, District of Niagara. The salutation is “Sir”. It is a request to the warden to return the circular (the same as this one) which was previously sent to him. Legislation was proceeding and the completed circular was needed. This is signed by David Thorburn and Francis Hall. The second note is dated January 10, 1843 and is from Hawkesbury Mills, Ottawa. In this note, the warden explains that he had received the circular in October and had circulated the circular to the people to the people who would be most capable of furnishing the responses. He says that he will not be able to forward the completed responses until he receives them at the next meeting of the District Council. This is signed by [C.A. Low?] Warden. The postmark is from Queenston, December 30, 1842. There is also a “forwarded” stamp on the document.en_US
dc.description.abstractOne circular with printed material on the front, containing 2 handwritten notes on one piece of folded paper. This circular was sent to the warden of the Ottawa District to ascertain the amount of money received by the district and spent for the improvement of roads and bridges. This information was requested by the Member of Provincial Parliament and the Civil Engineer who were authorized to do so by the President of the Board of Works.en_US
dc.subjectWarden of the District of Ottawa -- Board of Works -- David Thorburn -- Francis Hall -- Upper Canada -- roads -- bridgesen_US
dc.titleCircular to the Warden of the District of Ottawa from David Thorburn and Francis Hall, 1842en_US

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