Commissions : 1766-1831.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LPR .N4P7M4
Category: New Brunswick
Creator: New Brunswick. Lieutenant Governor.
Description: 1 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm
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Contents:
            Warrants and Commissions appointing individuals to various provincial offices. Each document is issued by command of His Excellency Thomas Carleton and signed by Jonathan Odell. Two documents predate the American Revolution and are dated 1766 and 1772, respectively, in New York. One document provides for the creation of the County of York in the Province of New Brunswick, 1785. The last document on the reel is a grant to Rev. Samuel Cooke and Anthony Allaire for land in York County, 1787.            
Originals: The original documents are held by the New Brunswick Museum Archives.
Archival Ref. No.: NBM F 89.
Finding Aids:
            The table of contents is included on the microfilm reel, but the documents are not arranged in the same order on the microfilm.

The table of contents is available in print.

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Other With: The Lieutenant Governor's Commissions: 1766-1831 were microfilmed on the same reel with the Provincial Secretary's Memorandum Book, 1784-1809, and the reel is shelved at MIC-Loyalist FC LPR .N4P7M4 in the Loyalist Collection.