Daybook lists many local United Empire Loyalist names such as John Canniff, Major Van Alsie, Peter Young, Sills, Trumpour and Roblin. Includes a record of sales to Reuben Bedell of Adolphustown, in November 1797, who appeared to be a travelling salesman.
Proceedings of an Indian Council held at the Mohawk Village in the Bay of Quinte (Tyendinaga) from the 2nd to the 10th of September 1800 on the differences existing among the Indians of the Village. Indiviudals present include: Captain Claus, Acting Departmental Superintendent General; Lieut. Givens, Agent - Indian Affairs; Lieut. McQueen, Queens Rangers; Mr. David Price, Interpreter; Mr. Nathaniel Lines, Interpreter; Mr. Ferguson (from Kingston); P. Selby, Officer - Indian Affairs; Lt. Fortier; Captain John Deserontyon; Captain Isaac (Brant?). This does not seem to be a verbatim transcription, but the proceedings as would be reflected in minutes.