The fonds consists of a scrapbook of Tweedsmuir history, with excerpts related to Bath, Millhaven, Hawley, Fairfield Family, Dr. H.C. Burleigh, churches and historic buildings. Also includes a voter's list for municipal and provincial elections, 1880.
Item is an window-matted, top-half, electro-steel engraved portrait of Robert Walpole, earl of Orford; first Prime minister of Great Britian, 1721-42 (b.1676-d.1745). Engraved by H. B. Hall from a painting by Houbraken after a painting byPond ande published by Charles Knight & co.Ludgate Street. back matted to both the matte and the image ispart of an parchment letter with the subject's signature on it. The bottom two corners of the image are unattached.
Item is a letter written in Edinburgh by the 11th earl of Buchan to his Lord, the Duke of Queensbury, concerning the general election of the Sixteen Representatives of the Scots Peerage. The letter is signed by the hand of the author. Item was located and retrieved from WD Jordan Special Collections - Buchan, under call number JN623 .1780 .B9.
For taking lumber from school lands Form. For taking lumber from Canada Company lands Agreement re: warehouse on Canal between John Kilborn and B. Tett Agreement between E.J. Tett and Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario to erect overhanding wires (2 copies) Will - Hannah Lock Bargain and Sale. Lot 10, Con. 7, N. Crosby. Joseph Grooms to Henry Dream. Also an oath by Alex Hagerman sworn before Alex Fisher. Inventory. Estate of B. Chaffey Indenture. B. Tett as apprentice to Dr. O'Hare. (2 copies) Also correspondence with Academy of Medicine Petition of B. Tett to Colonel Cockburn re teaching position in Perth (3 copies) Lease. Lot 26, Con. 3 Bedford. Ewans to Swartslow Indenture Lot 22, Con. 1, Bedford. John Alston to Alex McFarlane. Appointment. B. Tett, deputy register for Lanark Appointment. B. Tett, attorney for Henry Courtney of Perth Appointment B. Tett, deputy clerk of the peace Power of Attorney B. Tett for George Hume Reade. Bond. B. Tett, John Watson, John Stuart bound to George Hume Read Inventory. Goods of S. Chaffey