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Auction: 22066 - Historical Documents, Postal History & Autographs - Featuring the Robin Hunt Collection
Lot: 2034

British Canada, 'The Province of Quebec"
1757-1791, a group of documents including 1757 'London Chronicle' relaying news of French victories in Canada by General Montcalm and British losses at Fort William Henry, 1759 (Dec.) 'London Chronicle' relaying news of Quebec after English occupation, Quebec having surrendered in September after the Battle of Pain of Abraham, 1762 map of Canada and the British Empire in North America, 1764 (26 June) Bill of Exchange given in Quebec for £400, signed by James Murray, Govorner of Canada at Quebec, 1785 small document signed "Hugh Finlay", Deputy Postmaster General for British North America, 1796 small piece letter signed by Lt. General John Graves Simcoe with note on the reverse "Served with much credit during the American War. Became Governor of Upper Canada". A fine and interesting group

Gerald E. Wellburn

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