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Artifacts - Documents.

Commission appointing Sieur de la Gorgendiere to take charge of trade at Fort Frontenac as agent of Jacques Raudot, Intendant of New France, Jan.23,1706.

Artifacts - Documents.

Regulations forbidding private trade on Lakes Ontario & Erie, threatening forfeiture of canoes, trade goods & furs, & fines of 1500 livres against traders & merchants (Issued by M.Begon).

Artifacts.

Excerpt from Richard Cartwright's Letterbook, 1785-1786, which is among the best documentary sources for early commercial history of Kingston. Open at a letter to the Montreal firm of Todd & McGill on the 13th of February 1786.

Artifacts.

Coffee pot made of japanned tin, with a painted wooden finial and reed covered handle. This pot belonged to Robert Macaulay (1744-1800) and was presumably of British or American manufacture.

Artifacts.

A silver presentation cup (12 3/4" high) made by Samuel Hennell, a well-known London silversmith. The cup was presented to Mr. John Kirby by the Officers of the Royal Navy,1816.

Artifacts.

Bank note from the Bank of Upper Canada. Ten dollar bill with engraving of Kingston.

Artifacts.

A silver presentation cup made by Samuel Haines, Birmingham and presented to Hugh C. Thomson, Esq. Editor of the Upper Canada Herald, Kingston on June 13,1825.

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