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Pigeon Service Message

  • RC0550
  • Pièce
  • 1918

The message notifies Headquarters, RGA, of a successful attack by the 2nd Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers.

Bargain and sale, with dower, by Timothy Buckly and Julia, his wife, to Mary Anne Foley, wife of Declan Foley, of a tract of land in the Township of North Crosby in the County of Leeds,

  • RC0753
  • Pièce
  • 6 January 1863

Bargain and sale, with dower, by Timothy Buckly and Julia, his wife, to Mary Anne Foley, wife of Declan Foley, of a tract of land being Lot Number 18 in the Seventh Concession, containing 200 acres and the north-east half of Lot Number 26 in the Third Concession containing 100 acres and the south west part of Lot Number 27 in the Second Concession containing 54 acres and Lot Number 72 in the Sixth Concession contain 70 acres, all in of the Township of North Crosby in the County of Leeds for the sum of $20.
Indenture was printed and sold by Charles J. Hynes, Messenger Office, Prescott. Signed by Timothy and Julia Buckly, witnessed by James and John Buckly. The deed was registered by George B. Glasford, Deputy Register, County of Leeds
This indenture, which was cut into sections, has been repaired with backing paper.

Buckly, Timothy and Julia

Canadian School of Musketry: Ottawa, August 1913 / Pettaway Studio

  • RC0755
  • Pièce
  • 1913

Names of individuals in the photograph are listed in ink on the reverse. The names include: C.E. Kelly, 73 Melrose Ave Hamilton, [Mr.] Munro, Capt. H.F.G. Woodbridge 71st Regt Fredericton, N.B., M.T. Graham C.I. 356 Cambria St. Strafford, J.W. Kirckconnell, Lindsay, Ontario, J. Harold Keer, 44th Regt Welland, Ontario, D.W. Clarkson, Stanley, New Bruns., J Edwards RMS, Kingston, Ontario, A.S. [S–Marie] St. 4th FCE, Montreal.

Note: Photograph has torn left corner. Some image loss has taken place.

Canadian School of Musketry

Hendrick van Aernum Lease

  • RC0794
  • Pièce
  • 1794

Lease by Hendrick van Aernum of Lansingburgh in Rensselaer Co., New York to Levinus Lansing of Lansingburgh, for five shillings New York money paid, granting to Levinus Lansing the piece of land lying in the patent of Stone Arabia, Rensselaer Co., for one year, paying one peppercorn in rent. Signed by Hendrick van Aernum. Dated 17 Nov. 1794. Witnesses, Daniel Marven and Richard Lansing.

Van Aernum, Hendrick

Letter to Ernest Jones

  • RC0661
  • Pièce
  • 1941

A letter written to Ernest Jones, 10 April 1941, by Oliver Baldwin. The recipient of the letter, Ernest Jones (1879-1958) was a physician, psychoanalyst, and author.

Baldwin, Oliver Ridsdale

Registre des rentes et champart de Dompierre Anneé 1624 Piece unique inventoricé

  • MS137
  • Pièce
  • 1624

French rent account books. Both mss. contain names of landholders, details of their holdings and the amounts of rent due.

Coeuillor abrégé des censiers ... tant a dompbre que Hay et les appendences et despendences d'icelles pour une annee osteve[?] a la saint Rémy. Annee[?] mvi trente et un. -- 1632. -- Incomplete manuscript, 11 p.

Aaron Copland manuscript

  • RC0756
  • Pièce
  • 1960

This is a typescript of Copland's The Teacher: Nadia Boulanger.

Copland, Aaron

Rennell Rodd - Letter to Oscar Wilde

  • RC0763
  • Pièce
  • 1882

The recipient of the letter, Oscar Wilde, wit and dramatist (1854-1900) was a contemporary of Rodd's at Oxford. In 1881 Rodd published a book of verse, Songs in the South. Wilde had this book republished in the United States in 1882, when he was visiting there, by J.M. Stoddart & Co., of Philadelphia. The title was changed to Rose Leaf and Apple Leaf and Wilde wrote an introduction, "L'Envoi". The letter makes no reference to the book but was written to Wilde in the United States.

Rodd, Rennell

Montréal tricentenary collection

  • RC0856
  • Pièce
  • 1942

The collection consists of an album of b&w photographs taken inside and outside the Oratory The album, bound in leather, was inscribed and presented to Adhémar Raynault, the mayor of Montreal by the committee. The photographs were taken by F.E. Marsan.

Extrait des ouvrages des meilleurs auteurs français manuscript

  • MS027
  • Pièce
  • 17--

Extrait des ouvrages des meilleurs auteurs français [Extract from the works of the best French authors]. Passages from the following authors are included: François-Joachim de Pierre de Bernis, Pierre Corneille, Jean de La Fontaine, Claude-Joseph Dorat, Stanislas de Boufflers, Jean-Baptiste Rousseau, Nicolas Chamfort, Jean Racine, and Voltaire.

There is an advertisement for a paper maker in Paris pasted into the front cover of the book.

The latest date in the manuscript is a work of Voltaire's from 1747, so it is assumed to have been written in the later half of the 18th Century. The identity of the copyist is unknown.

Knights of Malta - Secundo trattato del commun tesoro dell'ordine militare de Sant' Giovanni Battista Gerosolomitano, inappresso di Rodi apellato hoggidi detto di Malta. Opera seconda de qusta materia del Venerando Prior Caravita. Tomo VI

  • MS035
  • Pièce
  • 1719

Translation of title: The Second Treaty of the Sacred Treasury of the Military Order of Saint John the Baptist of Jerusalem, hereafter named of Rhodes, today named of Malta. The second work on this matter of the Reverend Prior Caravita. 6th volume.

George and Jannet Gallinger sale documents

  • RC0868
  • Pièce
  • 17 June 1840

Bargain and sale by George Gallinger the Younger and Jannet his wife, daughter of the late Allan Cameron, a United Empire Loyalist, both of the Township of Cornwall in the County of Stormont, in the Eastern District and Province of Ontario, to Philip VanKoughnet, a tract of land in the Township of Alfred in the County of Prescott in the District of Ottawa in the Province of Upper Canada consisting of two hundred acres, being the North and South halves of Lot Number Five, for ₤100.
Indenture. Printed form completed by hand. On the verso is a memorandum that Jannet was examined separately from her husband and appeared to give her consent to depart with her estate in the within mentioned deed. There are witness signatures. Jannet’s signature is marked with a cross.

Gallinger, George and Jannet

Musica Italiana

  • MS043
  • Pièce
  • 1823

Manuscript contains the following musical scores in several different hands:
Gluck, Christoph Willibald Ritter von,1714-1787; Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868; Carafa de Colobrano, Michele Enrico, 1787-1872; Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842; Fioravanti, Valentino, 1764-1837.
Nella capricciosa pentita; La prima notte del matrimonio; aria del sig. Vincenzo Martini, 47 p.
Orfeo; chi mai dell'erebo e cori del Sig. Cristofaro Gluck, 45 p.
Achille; dunque andiam, più non si tardi; terzetto; con accompagnamento di pianoforte del sig. Ferdinando Paër, 49 p.
La Biondina; canzoncina veneziana; concertata con forte piano, 5 p.
Buona notte amato bene; canzoncina veneziana; concertata con forte piano, 5 p.
Nel tancredi finale; ciel che feci & musica; del Sig. Gioacchino Rossini, 27 p.
Berenice in Siria; perché'mio cor' perché? duetto con accompagnamento di piano forte; musica del cavaliere Michele Carafa, 27 p.
Che ascoltai! terzetto; del sig. L. Cherubini, 35 p.
Nell'adelaide, e comingie pittore; versa il mio sangue; scena, e duetto; con accompagnamento di piano forte; del sig. Valentino Fioravanti, 45 p.
Scena ed' aria; nella'semiramide del celebre Rossini; eseguita dal S. Galli; con forte piano, 27 p.
Bella immago degli dei; duetto; nella semiramide del sig. maestro Gioacchino Rossini, 47 p.
Terzetto nella semiramide del celebre Rossini con forte piano, 7 p.

Journal begun at Government House, Montreal, 1 January 1829

  • MS090
  • Pièce
  • 1829-1830

The writer of this journal was a woman. In the spring of 1829 she travelled to Cornwall and Kingston. Later on she went to the United States. She arrived in Liverpool on 22 Sept. 1830 and returned to her home, near to Glasgow, Scotland.

Naval flags and signals

  • MS046
  • Pièce
  • [c.1775]

An illustrated guide to naval flags, indicating their meaning and where they should be placed on the ship. The inclusion of Vice-Admiral Anson's night signals, but lack of Captain Sir Home Popham's words and phrases, suggests that the manuscript was written between 1747-1799, though it is possible that it dates from prior to 1747 and Anson's signals were added at a later date.

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