• Letter is addressed to S.D. Woodruff and is from Dunnville [signature illegible]

      1862-01-24
      Letter is addressed to S.D. Woodruff and is from Dunnville [signature illegible] (3 pages, handwritten). The writer suggests that the head of the Welland Canal should be guarded. He has made a deal with the Sappers and Miners [Corps of Royal Military Artificers, consisting of noncommissioned officers and privates] to be stationed at this point, Jan.24, 1862.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Dunnville [signature illegible]

      1862-01-29
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Dunnville [signature illegible] stating that Mr. Caley and Mr. Reed have worked very hard and $12 is not too much to charge to give him the information that he requires. He is submitting a statement of classes, Jan.29, 1862.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from J. Amsden, acting collector, Dunnville

      Amsden, J. (1862-01-24)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from J. Amsden, acting collector, Dunnville. He explains that they have never had any “up” freight at that office and therefore he omitted the “up” column altogether, Jan. 24, 1862.