Item is a photograph of an election cartoon by F.H. Consitt. Inscribed "The Rival Candidates William Morris Esq. and Alex Thom Esq./on the Hustings,Perth, Upper Canada, Wednesday Twenty-eighth July 1828."
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.
Various views of Kingston including Hotel Dieu Hospital, Crystal Palace, Penny Bridge, Chalmers Church, St. Georges' Cathedral, King St. south from Princess in 1864 and a firemans hose reel in the 1870's.