Manuscript Collection : 1784-1813.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LSC .N4S2M2C6
Category: Special Collections
Creator: Saint John Regional Library.
Description: 1 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm
            **Some or all of these documents are available electronically; see Finding Aid section.

The Collection includes the following sources:

Benedict Arnold (1741-1801), document, 1790; Lieutenant Governor Thomas Carleton (1735-1817), official papers, 1798; Ward Chipman (1754-1824), correspondence, 1789; Col. Abraham DePeyster (1753-1798), accounts, 1796-1798; Elias Hardy (1744-1798), legal papers, 1786, 1789; Gabriel D. Ludlow (1736-1808), grant, 1784;  James Morrill, legal papers, 1795; William Sanford Oliver (1751-1813), official papers, 1790; Sally Rowland, complaint, 1786; George Morrow, property settlement, 1873; City of Saint John, firewards, draft of law to form, n.d.; Memramcook, lease between Mary Cannon and farmers, 1793; John Dowing, Mary Cannon and Joseph Landrie, account, 1793; William Donaldson, MacGeorge Elliot & Co., Remarks on Bill of Exchange, 1786; Joseph and Mary Russell and Craven Calverty, property transfer, 1796; Charles MacPherson, David Beveridge and Edward Elliss, property transfer, 1790; Elizabeth Mullen versus Thomas Mullen, legal action, 1785; S. Agnew to the Freeholders of York County, address, 1802; Stair Agnew versus Caleb Jones, libel action, [1803]; Joseph DeBarres, land in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, legal agreement, 1784; Stair Agnew versus Caleb Jones, legal action, 1805; Benedict Arnold and John Harvey, legal papers, n.d.; Calendar of prisoners in jail in Kings County, 1813; James Sayre, William Pagan and Abraham DePeyster, legal agreement, 1788; John Denn versus Richard Fen, suit, 1796; Richard Fen versus John Denn, brief to Supreme Court, 1796; Thomas Mullen, confiscated estate, 1786;  marriage and divorce bill, 1786; Matthew Cody and Godfrey Leydeck, legal action, 1796; Stair Agnew, Supreme Court document, n.d.; Richard Clarke, deposition before the Supreme Court re the King versus Stair Agnew, 1806; Supreme Court, costs, 1793; Joseph DeBarres versus Charles Leger, trial motion, [1805]; William Thompson versus Alexander Reid, legal action, 1796; and Richard Walker and Associates, description of land grant, 1784.            
Originals: The original records are held by the Saint John Regional Library.
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Online: Most if not all of these documents are available electronically from the Saint John Regional Library, under the title Voices, Vessels, and Vellum.

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Notes: The correct name for S. Agnew is Stair Agnew, not Stan Agnew, as given in several brief descriptions on the microfilm reel.
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