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Daniel McDougall pension statement, 1824The document is an order by Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, to the Hon. John Henry Dunn, Receiver General of Upper Canada, to pay Lieutenant Daniel McDougall £33, 15 shillings, half year pension, for his service in the Militia. The document notes that McDougall was “disabled by several wounds received in action with the Enemy at Lundy’s Lane on the 25th July 1814…” There is a royal coat of arms at the top of the page. It is signed by P. Maitland, F. Willan, and J. Baby.