• Letter to Robert Dickson from John Hamilton

      Hamilton, John (1834-09-05)
      Letter to Robert Dickson from John Hamilton who was in Brighton. He says that he has had scarlet fever. He speaks of his travels to the Giant’s Causeway and Londonderry. He says that his poor brother-in-law is not getting any better. The writing on this letter goes in 2 directions in order to save paper (3 ½ pages, handwritten), Sept. 5, 1834.
    • Letter to the Honorable Thomas Clark from R. Dickson

      Dickson, R. (1815-11-30)
      Letter to the Honorable Thomas Clark from R. Dickson in which Mr. Dickson tells Clark that he is leaving for Liverpool (3 pages, handwritten), Nov. 30, 1815.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson at Fort George from Peter Hogeboom

      Hogeboom, Peter (1817-12-02)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson at Fort George from Peter Hogeboom stating that he has recently bought a home and is in need of money, Dec. 2, 1817.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson at Wood Lawn, Youngstown, New York from W. Bushby

      Bushby, W. (1836-09-29)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson at Wood Lawn, Youngstown, New York from W. Bushby. He says that Mary is probably going to marry Mr. Lyon and he asks if there is any chance that Mr. Dickson could come for the wedding. He says he heard about the death of George Hamilton from John Hamilton (3 ½ pages, handwritten), Sept. 29, 1836.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Abraham Shaw

      Shaw, Abraham (1818-10-02)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Abraham Shaw saying that he has got his mill raised and is getting along well (1 page, double-sided, handwritten), Oct. 2, 1818.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Charles Vincent

      Vincent, Charles (1818-01-21)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Charles Vincent requesting money. There is a small hole in the letter that does not affect the text, Jan. 21, 1818.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from John Traihar

      Traihar, John (1825-07-17)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from John Traihar [?] in which he states that he will tell Mr. Dickson about Walter Gladmuir and Mr. Henderson when they meet (1 ½ pages, handwritten), July 17, 1825.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Mr. Robinson

      Mr. Robinson (1819-04-19)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Mr. Robinson who is apologizing for vexation and delay caused to Mr. Dickson regarding a legal matter(1 page, double-sided, handwritten), Apr. 19, 1819.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from the Editor of the Advocate

      1832-06-05
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from the Editor of the Advocate regarding the discharge of Mr. Dickson’s account with the newspaper, June 5, 1832.
    • Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Thomas Clark

      Clark, Thomas (1829-04-14)
      Letter to the Honourable William Dickson from Thomas Clark. Mr. Clark says that he would have been off a week ago if not for the Robert Hamilton arbitration. There is a hole in this letter and a slight bit of the text is affected (3 ½ pages, handwritten), April 14, 1829.
    • Letter to William Dickson from his nephew George Hamilton

      Hamilton, George (1832-10-16)
      Letter to William Dickson from his nephew George Hamilton regarding George’s father’s death. George inquires about the deeds for the Canadian property. There is a hole which affects a small part of the text (2 ½ pages, handwritten), Oct. 16, 1832.
    • Letter to William Dickson from his niece Jane Hamilton

      Hamilton, Jane (1845-01-02)
      Letter to William Dickson from his niece Jane Hamilton. Jane thanks her uncle for his kind letter and the 50 pounds that he has sent her. The letter concerns family matters such as her nephew sailing for Calcutta and she assumes that Helen has heard about the death of her grandmother (3 ¼ pages, handwritten), Jan. 2, 1845.
    • Letter to William Dickson from J. Mackenzie

      Mackenzie, J. (1836-04-21)
      Letter to William Dickson from J. Mackenzie asking if Mr. Dickson could give her cousins any advice. Most of the letter is about family matters. There is a hole where the seal has been which slightly affects the text (3 pages, handwritten), Apr. 21, 1836.
    • Letter to William Dickson from John Strachan

      Strachan, John (1839-03-13)
      Letter to William Dickson from John Strachan. This letter is marked “private”. Mr. Strachan requests that Mr. Dickson come to England to help them “re-invent” the clergy reserves in the Queen and Parliament. The plan is to give 1/3 to the Church of England, 1/3 to the Church of Scotland and 1/3 to the Methodists (1 ¼ pages, handwritten), March 13, 1839.
    • Letter to William Dickson from K. Robertson

      1854-02-11
      Letter to William Dickson from K. Robertson saying that the caravan in the square has been taken down but the materials have not been removed yet. Money has been deposited into Mr. Dickson’s account, Feb 11, 1854.
    • Letter to William Dickson from R. Dickson

      Dickson, R. (1816-06-10)
      Letter to William Dickson from R. Dickson regarding a vacancy that was made open in India. It is suggested that W. Dickson might be appointed and R. Dickson would like William to speak to the governor on his behalf (1 page, double-sided, handwritten), June 10, 1816.
    • Letter to William Dickson from R. Dickson

      Dickson, R. (1817-07-10)
      Letter to William Dickson from R. Dickson stating that it is not possible to reimburse for R. Dickson to reimburse William at the present time. He is on his way to River [Rouge] and he has dispatched 2 boats to go to the head of Red River this spring. There is a hole in this letter which affects the text slightly (3 pages, handwritten), July 10, 1817.
    • Letter to William Dickson from Robert Fullerton

      1849-03-09
      Letter to William Dickson from Robert Fullerton [?] regarding Mr. Dickson’s father’s will (1 doublesided page, handwritten), March, 9, 1849.
    • Letter to William Dickson from Robert Fullerton

      1849-01-26
      Letter to William Dickson from Robert Fullerton [?] to acknowledge receipt of Mr. Dickson’s favour (1 ½ pages, handwritten), Jan. 26, 1849.
    • Letter to William Dickson from Thomas Clark

      Clark, Thomas (1821-06-15)
      Letter to William Dickson from Thomas Clark regarding Mr. Goring’s claims and Clark Street’s affair with Brackbill (1 ¼ pages, handwritten), June 15, 1821.