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Ledger of Thomas Burrowes, Justice of the Peace

  • F2988
  • Discrete Item
  • 1841-1865

Item is a handwritten ledger reflecting the work of Thomas Burrowes Justice of the Peace at Kingston Mills, Township of Kingston, Frontenac County. The ledger contains Memoranda of Fees and Charges, Return of Convictions and printed Schedules of Summary Convictions. The ledger documents the nature of the case, offense committed, dates, names of all parties such as prosecutor, witness(es), defendants, and Constables involved. It also notes fees levied and paid. There are a few loose receipts pinned onto one of the blank pages towards the back of the ledger. Of particular note is a hand drawn map of Pittsburgh Township, from Opinicon to Kingston along the Rideau Canal, dated May 4, 1841.

Burrowes, Thomas

HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS)

This series is comprised on material contributed to the collection by the HARS office in Kingston. Of particular note is a large poster collection pertaining to safe sex, HIV/AIDS awareness, homophobia and transphobia, and discrimination accumulated from a variety of groups, organizations and companies both domestic and international.

HIV/AIDS Regional Services

Bernard Hartshorn

Item is an original recordings of Bernard Hartshorn singing with piano accompaniment. Also includes a short track of a man (Hartshorn?) with his dog.

Queen's University Dunning Trust Lecture - Feb. 16, 1972

Baffour's address "The Role of Education in Developing Nations." Discusses issues that need to be addressed when administering an educational program in a developing country. Uses his native country of Ghana as an example in speaking of the problems which can arise when attempting to make change. Side One: introduction by John Deutsch; Address by Baffour (continued on side 2). Side Two: Baffour's address (continued from side 1).

Baffour, Robert

Medicine.

Prof. Denis Lywood and J. Vasa demonstrate the Eye Movement Control Communication Aid.

Law

Item is a photograph of the Queen's Department of Law Moot Court. Pictured is Robert W. Mackenzie (seated).

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