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Liquor permit, North West Territories

  • CA ON00239 F00129
  • Discrete Item
  • 20 Sep. 1890

Allows Mr. Sedgewick, Ottawa, Ont. to take one gallon of liquor into the North West Territories.

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Notebook

  • CA ON00239 F00180
  • Discrete Item
  • 1843-1848

Contains notes and experiments on various scientific topics, including weather and water phenomena. Kingston and region.

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School poll

  • CA ON00239 F00219
  • Discrete Item
  • 9 Jan. 1867

Poll of vote for George Long and J. Woodcock. Certified by John Gibbard, Secretary. George W. Evans was Chairman.

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Kingston Industrial Exhibition Official Souvenir Programme "De Luxe"

  • CA ON00239 F02328
  • Discrete Item
  • Sep. 1928

Official Souvenir Programme of the Kingston Industrial Exhibition which took place in Kingston at the City Fair Grounds from September 11-14, 1928. Programme includes events, advertising from exhibitors, messages from the Fair Manager and President of the Board of Directors of the Kingston Industrial Agricultural Society, and photographs of Kingston buildings and landscapes.

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Wolfe Island - Horne Cemetery Burial List

  • CA ON00239 F02484
  • Discrete Item
  • 1963

Contains 8 typed pages of copied burial lists. Copied from Mrs. William Horne, Wolfe Island by Elizabeth S. Williams on September 7th, 1963. The Horne family acquired the ownership of the cemetery lands originally acquired by a Mr. Spinning. This property, known as the Point Alexandria Cemetery, was never transferred to the United Church. Later, Mr. Bruce Horne gave land to the United Church known as the United Church Cemetery. The whole area is known as the Horne's Cemetery and officially as Point Alexandria Cemetery. There are a total of 163 sandstone, limestone, and granite gravestones present as of 1973, the earliest dating to a Ms. Aribella Bush, who died on June 13, 1843.

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Kingston as Capital Clippings

  • CA ON00239 F02167
  • Discrete Item
  • 1843-1857

From 1843 to 1857 the capital of Canada had moved between Kingston, Montréal, Toronto and Quebec City. Seeing as agreement on a permanent capital was so contentious, the matter was deferred to the young Queen Victoria. The 2 pocketbooks contain articles about the proposed locations of the capital of Canada, reflecting the decidedly biased opinion that Kingston would be the best choice due to the City's location, security and lifestyle.

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