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Catalogue B - Wright Papers

B 1
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Plan of Part of the LOWER VILLAGE of HULL, executed on linen, survey by W.A.Austin June & July 1862, Ottawa March 1863.
B 2
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Plan of Part of the VILLAGE OF HULL, executed on linen, surveyed by John A. Snow showing the property of WILLIAM McKAY WRIGHT, M.P. (1840-1882) son of RUGGLES WRIGHT & ROSINA McDOUALL 16 Sept 1873.
B 3
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Map of Kingsmere & Meech Lake area by Courtney C.J. bond 23 March 1964.
B 4
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Invitation to Union Suspension Bridge Ball on 17 Sept 1844 addressed to Mrs. Wm. Thomson.
B 5
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Deed of Partage, dated 1 July 1877 for 12 years (draft only) between C[HARLES] B[BROWN] WRIGHT (1826-1900) and CHARLES -?- & DUGALD McLEAN Water Lot 36 of Upper Village of Hull, with buildings. See deed for details of partage.
B 6
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Invoice of John A. Snow, Provincial Land Surveyor to W. McKAY WRIGHT for work performed 10 March 1876 & 22, 23, 27 June 1876 See No 2 above.
B 7
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Seems to be a pencilled notation of Arch. Campbell, Quebec Notary Public, that RICHARD CAMPBELL sold to P. WRIGHT 100 acres – part [of lot] 11, Range 2 – remainder of draft difficult to read.
B 8
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Small (4x6”) diary and memo book, marked on cover P. WRIGHT, Hull, Grand River, dated 1 May 1812.
B 9
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Power of Attorney – By Alexander Workman, Horace Merrill & Sexton Washburn, Executors of the Last Will & Testament of the late RUGGLES WRIGHT (1793-1863) in the Montreal Office of Henry Blake Wright, Notary Public – in the presence of CHARLES BROWN WRIGHT (1826-1900), EDWARD van CORTLAND WRIGHT (1835-1915) & PHILEMON WETHERALL WRIGHT (1838-1877) all sons of RUGGLES WRIGHT SR. dated 10 September 1863.
B 10a
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Devant la tour de circuit – District of Ottawa, Que. – CHARLES B. WRIGHT Plaintiff versus JOSEPH JODOIN Defendant – Hull 21 June 1876 [in French].
B 10b
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Additional document.
B 11
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11 & 12
Promise of payment, dated at Montreal 9 Apr 1801 for value received in the amount of Five Pounds Seven Shillings & Sixpence (£5 7s 6d) in favour of JOHN WESTOVER by 1st Oct next – with interest of 1s 3d PHILEMON WRIGHT SR & JR. copy only.
B 12
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11 & 12
Receipt, dated Hull 11 Mar 1809 in the amount of one hundred pounds (£100) for work done by PHILEMON WRIGHT JR for PHILEMON WRIGHT SR. copy only. both above on one paper neither signed by hand.
B 13
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Receipt dated 5 Oct 1804 from PHILEMON WRIGHT SR to PHILEMON WRIGHT JR for one year’s service on the farm – 5 Oct 1803 to 5 Oct 1804 for 75 pounds (£75) Halifax Currency. And further he gave me a pair of steers.
B 14
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Recommendation of JAMES TAYLOR as Deputy to Philemon Wright, signed by GIDEON OLMSTED (sic) – dated Hull 1 April 1826.
B 15
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Memorandum of Notes due on Lots in Waterloo village 1 May 1840
FRANCOIS SEGUINNote dated 25 Nov 1833Lot No 39£3 10s
JOSEPH BODOUINNote dated 22 Nov 1833Lot No 35£3 16s 6d
JOSEPH MENARDNote dated 5 Nov 1833Lot No 32£3 17s 6d
WOODUS JOHNSONNote dated 12 Jan 1836Lot No 36, 40, 41£4 3s 10d
PHILLIP FOUNTAINNote dated 22 Nov 1833Lot No 31£1 12s 6d
FRANCIS CIRENote dated 13 Jan 1837Lot No 14£2 8s 5d
LOUIS BERTHOMENote dated 6 Nov 1833Lot No 19 £1 6s 10d
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Memorandum of Lands conveyed in Waterloo Village
NOTO WHOM CONVEYEDCONVEYED FORRENT PER ANNUM
1FRAN'S LOURIN£38 10s£2 6s 2¼d
2FRAN'S LOURIN£38 10s£2 6s 2¼d
3PIERRE CHARRON£25 5s£1 10s 3½d
4PIERRE CHARRON£25 5s£1 10s 3½d
5XAVIR MORROUGH£22 6s 5d£1 6s 9d
6XAVIR MORROUGH£22 3s£1 6s 7d
7XAVIR MORROUGH£21 11s 3d£1 5s 10d
8JEAN CHARRET£20 18s 9d£1 5s 1d
9LASCANTIER£20 15s 7d£1 4s 10d
10FRAN'S LAURIN£19 1s 10d£1 2s 10d
11JOSEPH LAFOUNTAIN£19 5s 9d£1 3s 1½d
12JOSEPH LAFOUNTAIN£19 5s 6d£1 3s 1½d
13AMABLE COUSINEAU£20 15s 7d£1 4s 10d
14FRAN'S SEAR£23 6s 3d£1 8s
15ALLOWED FOR CHURCH
16NOT CONVEYED
17PIERRE PEPIN£31 14s 5d£1 18s 1d
18THO'S McGOEY£33 11s 11d£2 0s 4d
19LOUIS BARTHEOME£25 12s 6d£1 10s 9d
20LAURENT ST. PIERRE£23 14s 2d£1 14s 5d
Gave copy of above to S. LAFONTAIN with deeds of 1-2 & 20 Hull 13 April 1844 (unreadable signature).
B 17
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Money Due on Village Lots Templeton
Lots
5FRANCOIS MORROUGH£1-6-9
6FRANCOIS MORROUGH£1-6-7
7FRANCOIS MORROUGH£1-5-10
8JOHN CHARRETTE£3-15-3
9ANTOINNE SANSCARTIER (?)£3-14-6
12JOSEPH LAFONTAIN £2-14-11
13AMABLE CONSTANT---- (?)£5-6-6
14FRANCIS CEIR (sic)£3-11-9
17PIERRE PAPIN£5-2-4
18THOMAS McGOEY£12-2-0
19LOUIS MARTHEOME£9-4-6
20LAURENT ST PIERRE£10-6-6
23LAURENT ST PIERRE£10-6-6
25BENJAMIN SEWANT (?)£5-11-0
26I.N. SAYANT (?)£2-12-6
27PIERRE OULETTE (?)£1-7-9
28PIERRE OULETTE (?)£1-7-9
29XAVIER BLAIS£6-14-9
30SAMUEL N. M….(?)£8-2-0
31PHILIP FOUNTAIN£3-2-6
32JOSEPH MENARD£3-11-7
33FRANCOIS BRUNIE£3-6-8
34FRANCOIS BRUNIE£5-1-8
35JOSEPH BEUDOIN (?)£7-13-8
36----(?) JOHNSON£5-19-3
40----(?) JOHNSON£5-19-3
41----(?) JOHNSON£5-19-3
37JOHN GEORGE£1-18-0
38GABRIEL BELFOI(?)£7-13-0
Amount carried forward£140-3s-2d
39FRANCOIS SEQUIN£7-0-0
22JOSEPH PIQUETTE (?)£5-0-0
24PIERRE PAPIN£5-9-2
3PIERRE CHAMAND (?)£3-0-7
4PIERRE CHAMAND (?)£3-0-7
£163-13-6
DELORGÉ in Bytown is to settle with ---?--- for JOSEPH BEUDOIN (?) for Lot 35 £7-13-0.
NOTE: There is no date on this document. Same names and amounts are difficult to read owing to faded ink. PMO Evans 27 Oct 1995.
B 18
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18, 19, 20
PROPERTY BELONGING TO P. WRIGHT & SONS WATERLOO VILLAGE dated: 15 Nov 1841
NAMESLOT NOsAMT of TRANSFERINTERESTAMOUNT DUE
FRANCOIS MORROUGH5 B22-6-51-6-924-0-3
FRANCOIS MORROUGH6 B22-3-51-6-723-19-9
FRANCOIS MORROUGH7 B21-11-31-5-1023-17-6
C……..? ………..?
JEAN CHARRETTE8 B20-18-91-5-16-5-5
ANTOINE de S CARTIER9 B20-15-71-4-106-4-2
FRANCIS LAURIN10 B19-1-101-2-102-5-8
JOSEPH LAFONTAIN11 B19-5-91-3-1½ 1-5-1
JOSEPH LAFONTAIN12 B19-5-61-3-1½3-6-2
AMABLE CUZENEAU13 B20-15-71-4-106-19-2
FRANCIS SEA now I. CHARRETTE14 B23-6-31-8-06-7-9
PIERRE PEPIN17 B31-14-51-18-18-18-6
THOMAS MCGOEY18 B33-11-112-0-416-2-8
LOUIS BARTHUME19 B25-12-61-10-912-6-0
LAURENT ST. PIERRE 20 B23-14-21-14-513-15-4
LAURENT JOSEPH HOUL
LAURENT BAPTIST BENOIT
23 C22-13-11-14-513-15-4
CHARLES CABANA now P. PEPIN2122-15-11-7-32-14-6
BEN J. SEWANT25 C23-2-61-7-98-6-6
N. SAYANT26 C23-2-61-7-95-8-0
PIERRE OUILLETT27 C23-0-111-7-94-3-3
PIERRE OUILLETT28 C23-0-111-7-94-3-3
XAVIER BLAIS 29 C22-19-41-7-66-5-10
SAMUEL N. MEECH30 C22-10-01-7-610-10-?
PHILIP FONTAIN now MENARD31 C21-11-31-5-105-14-2
JOSEPH MENARD32 C21-11-31-5-103-3-3
FRANCIS BRUNI MENARD33 C21-5-31-5-62-10-8
FRANCIS BRUNI MENARD34 C21-5-31-5-65-2-8
JOSEPH BOUDOUIN35 C21-5-31-5-610-14-8
WOODS JOHNSON36 C16-11-31-19-10 1/3 7-19-2
WOODS JOHNSON40 C16-11-31-19-10 1/3 7-19-2
WOODS JOHNSON41 C16-11-31-19-10 1/37-19-2
JOHN GEORGE37 C21-5-31-5-64-9-?
GABRIEL BELFOI38 C21-5-51-5-610-4-?
FRANCIS SEGUIN39 C19-8-91-3-49-6-8
JOS PAQUETTE now HOUL22 B 19-18-11-5-41-10-8
PIERRE PEPIN24 22-15-11-7-3½ 8-3-9
FRANCIS LAURANT138-10-12-6-2½ 4-12-5
FRANCIS LAURANT238-10-12-6-2½ 4-12-5
PIERRE CHARR…325-5-11-10-3½ 4-10-2
F. LAURANT425-5-11-10-3½4-10-2
MICHEL CUZENEAU
LOUIS M…..
36 D40-5-12-8-02-8-2
£936-0-3£56-17-3¾£259-18-10
B 19
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18, 19, 20
Property on which deeds have not [been] issued, but engaged. dated 15 Nov 1841
BAPTIST BENOIT23 B½ 1259-5-13-10-93-10-9
PIERRE AMERANGER?
FRANCIS MAINETTE?
24 B½ 1255-5-13-6-93-6-9
JOSEPH B…?
PHILCHERT BASQUIN
25 B½ 1353-5-13-3-73-3-7
PASCAL OUELLETTE SR26 B½ 1352-5-13-2-53-2-5
PASCAL OUELLETTE JR27 B½ 1450-?-?3-2-53-2-5
PETER TEREAUX?28 B½ 1448-?-?2-17-72-17-7
JOSEPH C….?....
CHARLES CHARRON
35 D41-5-12-9-22-9-2
FRANCOIS SAYANT
...?... MUTTETT
32B 33D 33 ONE MONTHLY42-?-?2-10-22-10-6
LOUIS …?...29 B½ 1542-5-12-10-52-10-5
LOUIS …?...30 B½ 1539-5-12-6-9½ 2-6-9½
ANTOINE L...?
…. ….. GALLIPAULT
31 B½ 1637-5-13-10-97-4-5
ANTOINE GALLIPAULT39 & 40 D59-5-13-10-93-10-9
JOSEPH NEDEAU37 & 38 D68-5-14-1-74-1-7
ANDREW AMARANGER
FRANCOIS BELLAU
34 D46-6-12-15-22-5-2
£649-5-1 £38-18-7½£38-18-7½
B 20
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PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS – LANDS IN TEMPLETON
LOTSRANGEACRES
151260
171244
181239
E½ 191119½
211244
N½ 221*128½
241384
251200
281200
162
202200
212200
252200
173200
203200
153200
223200
233200
154200
164200
184200
194200
214200
224200
234200
254200
264200
BUCKINGHAM
121257
25Long Point Range
26Long Point Range
27Long Point Range
W ½ 28Long Point Range weir level
* S½ JOS CLEMENT
B 21a
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SLIDE ACCOUNT (This is the Wright timber slide in Hull erected to ease timber past the Chaudiere Falls).
Copies of Accounts marked, A, B, C, D & E
1830 3726, 1840 4229, 1841 6084, 1842 5541, 1843 3421
B 21b
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Additional document.
B 21c
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Additional document.
B 21d
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Additional document.
B 21e
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Additional document.
B 21f
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Additional document.
B 21g
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Additional document.
B 22
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COPY OF AGREMENT between PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS and SOUPT-?- (his x mark) SAUVEZ to occupy a Chanty (sic) – Township of Templeton – dated Hull 26 Sept 1842.
B 23
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COPY – MORTGAGES, BONDS, JUDGMENTS, etc. DUE THE ESTATE OF P. WRIGHT & SONS – divided - dated Hull 31 Dec 1845.
B 24
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MEMORANDUM of DEBTS DUE by P. WRIGHT & SONS in 1840 Total £9833–17s-8d (copy).
B 25
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DEBTS DU THE ESTATE OF P. WRIGHT & SONS Memoranda requested by MRS. TIBERIUS WRIGHT in the AUTUMN of 1839. Total £9833-17s-8d (copy) [sec No. 24 above].
B 26
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REPRESENTATIVES OF P. WRIGHT Esq in account with L. T. DRUMMOND – 1839 to 1845.
B 27
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COPY OF INVENTORY OF PROPERTY FOUND AT P. WRIGHT & SONS FAR AT BURRITT RAPIDS. 10 March 1845. £48-8s-0½ d.
B 28
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MEMORANDUM of PORK & FLOUR ACCT. Total £1428-14s-9½ - no names, no dates of years.
B 29
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MEMORANDUM of PORK 1846. no names – no total.
B 30
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ACCOUNT WITH ATKINSON USBORNE & Co. Quebec city with P. WRIGHT & SONS from 31 Oct 1839 to 13 Oct 1842 (copy).
B 31
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Second copy of No. 30.
B 32
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LIST OF ACCOUNTS due the Estate of P. WRIGHT & SONS (new ledger) £14,454-11s-8d. 1 Feb 1847.
B 33
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DIVISION OF DEBTS from the new ledger of P. WRIGHT & SONS £14,680–18s–7d. Hull 31. Dec 1845
B 34
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RUGGLES WRIGHT A/C as Executor to the ESTATES of late P. WRIGHT Esq and P. WRIGHT & SONS dated Hull 31 Dec 1845.
B 35
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RUGGLES WIRGHT A/C as Executor to the ESTATES of late P. WRIGHT Esq and P. WRIGHT & SONS dated Hull 5 Apr 1848.
B 36
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Estate of P. WRIGHT & SONS in account with RUGGLES WRIGHT £155–19s–2½d as at 5 Apr 1848 dated at Hull.
B 37
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MORTGAGES etc., etc. [see No. 23 p.7].
B 38
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Statement debts dated at Hull 1 Feb 1847 due to P. WRIGHT & SONS [see No. 23 p.7].
B 39
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Statement debts dated Hull 1 Feb 1847 due to P. WRIGHT & SONS [see No 23 p.7].
B 40
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Statement debts dated Hull 31 Dec 1845 due to P. WRIGHT & SONS £8277–9s–1s marked E.
B 41a
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ARTICLES OF COPARTNERSHIP dated QUEBEC 23 February 1836 between PHILEMON WRIGHT [SR] and SONS No 1947 Arch'd CAMPBELL Notary Public. Inventoried & Marked No 29 (sgd) H.B. WRIGHT N.P.
B 41b
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Typed copy of 41a.
B 42
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DEED of TRUST, with the SCHEDULE B only was registered in the Registry office for the County of Ottawa, 19 August 1853. Lib. B, Vol 4 p514 J.F. Taylor, Registrar. Inventoried and Marked No. 56 H.B. Wright, N.P.
G.B. SYMMES2058-15-1
EDW'D SMITH & CO360-4-2
A. ARTHUR25-4-9½
ROBERTSON MASSON & CO1301-13-5
HUTCHINS & EASTON317-4-1
FROTHINGHAM & WORKMAN647-15-2
JOHN TORRANCE & CO48-2-7½
MOLSON SPIERS & CO43-17-5
JEAN BRUNEAU24-3-5½
PELLETIER & FRICHETTE106-8-5½
D.R. STEWART565-17-3½
MRS. D. LEACH213-9-7
MONTREAL COLLEGE124-18-5
POTSDAM ACADEMY75-9-10
LOVELL & GIBSON15-17-6
A.E. MONTMARQUET34-12-3½
GEO HALL152-15-7
PATRICK 20-15-5
WORKMAN & GRIFFIN353-2-11
E.C. TUTTLE19-4-0
SAVAGE & SON17-4-6
BANK of MONTREAL 32-13-3½
BANK of UPPER CANADA557-2-6
GILMOUR & CO1096-14-4
EDWARD B. EVANS26-14-4
GIBB & CO11-10-4
GEORGE O’KILL STUART28-10-4
JOHN MULLIGAN30-16-3
W.B. VALLEAU31-16-8
DR. CHURCH12-19-6
L.I. DRUMMOND159-14-9½
S.W. RUSSELL198-14-9
NARCISSE ST JEAN50-12-3½
JO'S AUMMON AS TREASURER U.R.R. CO558-16-11
JAMES ANDERSON250-5-3
CHA'S D DAY20-5-3
JAMES STEVENSON22-12-2½
JO'S WOLFF13-4-3
LOUIS MARCHAND19-3-2½
½ Balance of P. WRIGHT & SONS a/c91-1-7
SCHEDULE C
ALLEN, Richard2-12-6
AYLEN, James6-4-5
ADAMSON, Mrs.2-18-4
ARMSTRONG, Robert5-8-2
ANTOINE, De Fran7-6
ADAMS, Eustache3-6-6
ATREY(?) Francis8-9-7
ANSLEY, Rev A.30-16-6
ALDGER, Jonathan19-6-4
ALDGER, Jonathan43-16-5
ARQUHART, William3-12-6
ALLEN, George1-12-9
AYLEN, Peter63-17-11
AMIOT, Baptiste6-3-9
ALLARD, John38-5-10
ACKEN?, Pierre1-19-10
ALOYER, Joseph1-19-10
AKEY, Joseph3-9
ALLEN, Ruggles3-7-6
ALLEN, John3-1-4
ALLEN, Christopher3-12-2
ADAMS, Francis3-2-8
BETHINGS, Ira37-9-10
BUXTON, Enos81-18-1
BILLINGS, William3-11-1
BOYCE, David1-2-6
BRIDIANT, John1-10-9
BOYD, William18-18-9
BUDER, Francis2-10-5
BLANCHARD, Abigail23-5-5
BELANGER, John15-10-8
BOISDUCK, Joseph5-4-8
BUSK, Mic36-2-7
BEAUDOIN, Antoine8-3-7
BURNO, (sic) Alic8-14-7
BOOTH, J.L.5-2-7
BOULTER, (sic) Benjamin5-17-6
BOUCHER, Andrew4-16-6
BRISBOIS, Louis2-5-6
BRADLEY, Jacob2-11-6
BARTON, Benjamin1-14-6
BROWN, Patrick45-14-8
BEATY, (?) Andrew3-16-8
BOLTON, James7-10-8
BOYLE, Robert20-17-8
BOYLE, Charles2-12-8
BUCK, Daniel9-8-9
BRADLEY, Capt. W.3-8-9
BISSETT, George5-5-9
BOLTON, James (Attorney)11-8-7
BRADLEY, William21-9-3
BAIRD, N & C13-15-9
BLACK, James4-2-4
BRUCE & CO12-14-7
BRUNETTE, Joseph3-18-7
BAIRD, Daniel9-10-6
BURKE, Edward & Co50-19-1
BOWMAN, Baxter9-18-7
BENNETT, Patrick9-5-7
BEAULAC, Francis8-7-7
BUCHANAN & Co. George4-15-7
BLACK, George12-1-1
BELL, Captain C.16-5-7
BLAIR, Hugh1-2-9
BRADLEY, Thomas1-10-6
BERZANT, Olivier1-10-6
BEDOIN, Cupid2-2-5
BEAUDRY, Baptiste4-12-9
BRUNETTE, Francis8-14-7
BARB, Pascal8-2-6
BLOOMFIELD, Dr.47-9-9
BENEDICT, David47-4-9
BOYD, William3-15-9
BURRETTE, Francis3-6-3
CAMERON, John40-15-4
CARPONKEY, Antoine6-13-6
CARPONKEY, Fabare33-18-9
COLLAR, Elisha1-15-9
CAMPBELL, Daniel175-2-1
CREELY, John Sr.1-9-10
CAMERON, William1-18-10
CAMERON, James2-15-9
CHATRAN, Ignace18-13-4
COLBERT, William1-2-4
CHAMBERLAIN, Geon (sic)41-8-7
CHAMBERLAIN, R.10-5-8
CAMERON, Alexander10-10-8
CHAREAU, Louis10-19-6
CLARKE, John5-11-6
CONACA, (sic) Robert3-11-6
COSGRAVE, (sic) Michael1-19-7
CHAPMAN, I.B.11-8-5
CHASE, Thomas11-14-5
CHRYSLER, John2-8-3
CAHILL, Luzan3-14-9
CADE, Charles12-14-2
CAMERON, Allen21-4-10
CLIMPET, H.4-7-2
COLLINS, William1-5-2
CLARK, Leonard1-19-2
COREL, MAIN & DEETRE4-8-9
CHAMBERLAIN, St. J.37-9-5
CHIMNEY, Thomas1-6-6
CHIMNEY, William4-17-6
CAMERON, William19-17-11
CHAMBERLAIN, C.6-5-3
CRELLY (sic) John Junr6-12-3
CLARKE, D.1-1-7
CHARRON, Antoine1-16-11
CALDWELL, John1-16-10
CHAMBERLAIN, L.1-17-3
CHAMBERLAIN, N.1-11-3
CHARRON, Charles A.6-8-3
CHAMBERLAIN, Josiah7-13-10
CRAWFORD, William7-10-10
CHARRON, Charles7-15-10
CONE, Freeman7-17-7
CARPONKEY, Gab.7-5-6
CHARLTON, Edward3-5-11
CANLESS, (sic) John12-8-3
DOWNING, James59-9-4
DUNLOP, James3-19-4
DONNELLY, John3-14-4
DESJARDINE, M & F (?)80-4-10
DORSON & FALLOW144-7-10
DALE, William1-2-6
DUNFORD, William1-18-6
DELORME, Peter3-14-6
DUNNING, William43-8-7
DOREZ, Joseph114-8-11
DORION, Baptiste114-14-11
DUGGAN, C.3-6-9
DELORME, J.B.1-9-10
DUBÉ, Peter38-15-10
DALE, John2-15-3
DONAHUE, Michael19-15-3
DOXY, Thomas1-19-3
DUDLEY, Nathaniel1-19-3
DAVISON, John3-10-3
DAY, Stamers (sic)38-17-6
DESJARDINE, J.9-9-2
DAILEY, Michael8-11-1
DEVEREAUX, A.2-16-4
DORAN, Patrick2-6-6
DAILEY, Richard, Jun2-12-6
DAVIS, Edward2-15-6
DAILEY, Edward2-8-6
DURRELL, Thomas2-7-6
DAILEY, Richard1-13-10
DETEEAU, (?) Baptiste1-7-10
DEROUIN, Baptiste10-8-6
ELLIS, Doctor6-10-6
ETIENNE, Augustin1-2-6
ELDER, William23-19-1
EATON, H.H.1-12-6
EDEY, Moses1-15-6
EDEY, Samuel1-2-6
ELECTION COMMITTEE293-8-3
FURGO, Samuel12-8-7
*FOBARE, Antoine6-14-9
FITCH, Joseph4-17-6
FOY, Rogers (sic)6-7-3
FOBERT, Gab6-7-3
FIRTH, James7-11-9
FULTON, Samuel22-2-7
FULSON, Hale23-18-3
FRAPIER, Louis19-17-11
FOX, George1-9-11
FERRAND, George1-7-6
FOURNIER, S.1-5-3
*FOBARE, Antoine10-16-9
FELTON, James7-10-6
FULFORD, H.M.121-18-9
FINLAY, Patrick2-15-9
FANNING, David1-15-6
FOBERT, Amable14-15-8
GOYETTE, Antoine39-3-4
GRANT, Alexander39-17-6
GERRARD, Baptiste14-14-6
*GODDAH, Joseph48-2-6
GIBBEAU, Benjamin8-15-2
GRAHAM, John8-19-6
GRAYES, R.H.12-9-5
*GODDAH, Joseph12-10-5
GILLETT, George7-6-3
GODRICH, Thomas4-8-9
GANGEAU, Dom1-11-3
GOODINER, (sic) Simon22-3-7
GINETTE, Pierre3-10-6
GREGORY, Francois3-8-10
GREENE, William3-8-10
GREERSON, James16-8-10
GRANT, John4-2-8
GERRARD, Joseph6-2-6
GILBEAU, Antoine13-19-6
GREEN, Gunsmith (sic)2-7-6
GALLIPEAU, Pierre6-8-8
GAMMEL & PORTER10-10-8
HARRIS, John10-16-8
HORT, (sic) Nathan1-7-6
HYNES, Jonas7-8-6
HEATH, Amos9-6-7
HARVEY, Robert10-16-7
HALL, John34-16-7
HALL & MCGREGOR128-5-5
HARRINGTON, D.6-8-8
HERD, Edmond6-6-8
HENRY, James6-12-6
HONESICK, (sic) Rice4-8-6
HOWES, Doctor16-3-6
HUNTER, John11-8-10
HOWE, Isaac1-13-6
HUME, Mr.1-13-6
HOLT, E. & M. (in Law)157-12-4
HARRIS, H.2-12-4
HALL, Andrew1-12-3
HOGAN, Patrick2-13-10
HARRINGTON, B.10-17-10
HURDMAN, C.6-9-2
HEWETT, George19-3-10
HEWELETTE, Samuel29-7-4
HALL, John12-7-8
HILL, Andrew5-7-8
HARTWICK, William2-6-3
HALLISTER, Charles12-7-2
HOWIE, John10-1-5
HAMILTON, Captain1-4-5
HOGAN, John1-16-6
HADLEY, David1-9-2
HOLT, Enoch1-5-2
HOLT, Moses1-3-11
HOLSTEAD, George1-5-10
HOGAN, Simon11-15-10
JOHNSON, Alexander52-6-10
JAMESON, Luther22-16-10
JULIA, (sic) Charles36-10-10
JOINT, (sic) G.S.1-5-10
JOHNSON, Noah1-10-10
JOHNSON, J.S.1-12-6
JONES, Peter1-3-6
JOHNSON, Woods (sic)30-8-6
IRVINE, Joseph30-7-6
JOHNSON, William30-1-4
JEANDEREAU, Jack1-12-4
KELLY, William3-8-4
KERR, William3-8-4
KELLY, John9-6-1
KELLY, Joseph9-1-3
LATIE, Abraham10-3-3
LONGMAN, William38-10-9
LOUIS, Antoine40-9-8
LARONE (sic) Andrew10-1-3
LALOND (sic) Baptiste10-16-9
LAROQUE, Andrew1-4-9
LOWER (sic) Mathew (sic)9-6-9
LUCIER, F7-19-3
LAVADIER, C.7-19-6
LAMVUCHE (sic) F.1-7-9
LAROSE, Amable3-8-10
LASARD, Francois2-18-10
LAMERANDE, Antoine1-6-10
LAROSE, Joseph1-15-10
LE BRETTON, John1-10-9
LANGDON, John27-7-6
LABARGE, Charles14-8-8
LANT (sic) George6-4-3
LAPORTE, Louis5-1-7
LACLAIR, Francois4-4-7
LANGDON, H.11-14-11
LAW, James (Attorney)77-18-11
LEVEDEAR (sic) Pierre2-18-11
LANG, George16-9-11
LESARD, Michel2-8-11
LANDALL, G.R.21-4-1
LACLAIRE, Baptiste38-16-2
LEVEILLIER, J.B.74-1-2
LAMOTHE, Paul15-7-4
LATOURNEAU, --?--15-9-4
LACASSE, Etienne2-5-4
MCLEAN, John18-11-7
MCKAY, John4-12-9
MANKIN (sic) John4-5-6
MACDONELL, John8-11-2
MULHOLLAND, John4-8-4
MURRAH, William1-2-4
MIXEN, Daniel40-13-4
MUNROE, John6-13-7
MCKAY, William3-16-11
MCGEE, Arch'd1-1-9
MALLOCH, James3-2-8
MILLAR, Joseph1-6-4
MCARTHUR, Alex'r1-6-7
MCKAY, Daniel10-1-7
MCTAGGART, John12-11-4
MCDONNELL, A.R.23-5-4
MILLAR, James1-10-2
MURRIN, William32-9-10
MALONE, John5-12-10
MATHEWSON, William3-5-10
MCDONALD, Walter48-3-10
MURRAY & MCDONALD1-5-10
MCDONALD, Rev. A.2-14-7
MEVILLE, Remie16-10-7
MONK, Captain16-5-7
MCGREGOR, Alexander10-8-2
MCGEE, William3-4-3
MCCLOY, Joseph18-16-9
MERCIER, Leander1-14-9
MCNABB, Arch'd4-14-2
MCCLOY, Andrew56-16-1
MCKENZIE, Duncan3-5-1
MCDONALD, Abraham2-2-1
MOORE, Harvey2-12-1
MCARTHUR, Edward1-1-1
MANN, F.G.10-14-3
MOORE, Benjamin10-18-6
MENARD, Joseph10-17-6
MIRIAM, Richard10-12-6
MULLIGAN, Michael10-5-6
MENIER, Baptiste1-5-1
MORRIN, Alexander2-19-11
MCGAFFY, Joseph2-7-6
MCDONALD, Barney8-1-6
MENIER, Pierre3-12-11
MCCABE, John28-7-11
MONCRIEFF, Foster28-5-11
MCALLISTER, Robert1-10-1
MEDLEY, Richard1-15-1
MCCONNELL, Robert1-3-8
MCCOLLISTER, Charles10-8-8
NORTHGRAVES, William1-11-4
NORRIS, James11-12-10
NEAGLE, G.I.22-15-10
NICHOLS, Daniels1-15-10
NISBETH, Robert1-11-10
OLMSTEAD, Hiram2-14-10
OLMSTEAD, Richard15-3-1
OLIVER, Stephen12-5-1
OWENS, Peter326-8-3
OLIVER, John1-15-3
OTTERSON, James2-10-1
PORKET, (sic) Michael7-10-9
PARSONS, John2-2-6
PALLY, Amassa8-9-1
PEARL, Nic (sic) 1-6-9
PHENNEY, Harnet (?)
Hamnett Pinhey 1784-1857
11-10-6
PAPIN, Francis1-17-5
PIERSON, John2-3-5
PELLETIER & Co. Pierre4-17-7
POTVIN, Joseph3-7-4
PRITCHARD, James3-4-4
PINK, Samuel3-8-3
PRECHETTE, Pierre6-4-2
QUIMBY, John28-9-9
QUIN (sic) Edward1-17-7
ROBERTS, John1-10-1
READ, James17-10-1
ROGERS, John8-12-2
READ, George4-3-2
RYAN, John11-11-6
RAVELIN, Mauley (sic)15-3-6
ROBERTS, William15-14-6
ROGERS & HOWELL20-13-8
RUSSELL, Robert20-4-9
ROMAIN, Aug't23-5-4
RAYMOND, Michael10-10-1
RIEL, Casimere11-5-2
ROBERTS, James2-16-3
SHEA, John15-10-9
SAUNDERS, Joseph41-8-6
SMITH, William6-16-7
SPAULDING, Aloa11-8-2
STEEL, John15-12-3
THOMAS, Charles1-8-3
STEEL Widow15-7-6
STURTERANT, R.50-18-9
SHEFIELD, Elisha8-15-11
SERJEANT, James4-4-9
SMALLY, Ramson & Co57-10-11
SULLIVAN, John1-6-5
SLAVIN, (sic) Patrick4-8-10
SMITH, Ralph243-3-4
SWEETMAN, William243-14-4
STEVENSON, James2-1-4
SHERMAN, Solon5-4-6
SHERIFF, Alexander6-2-6
SALBOURN, Hubert9-13-9
SARGANT, Francis9-15-3
SEVININO, Vital9-12-9
SPARKS, Roger5-3-1
STEWART, Alexander6-5-1
STEVENSON --?--23-15-9
THOMAS, John3-15-9
TAYLOR, Isaac17-19-2
TOBRON, Richard269-6-1
TAPLIN, John11-6-8
THOMSON, Henry12-17-9
TILTON, Nathan36-14-11
TILTON, Joseph*20-12-8
TRAVELLER, Reuben5-5-8
TRUSO, Isaac3-10-8
TUFTS, Alfred11-4-4
TILTON, Joseph 15-8-4
THOMPSON, James3-8-4
UNDERHAND, John7-19-5
URST, Thomas4-11-3
VIRGIN, Ira54-18-1
VALIN, Jn'o O.14-13-6
VARRIA, Joseph14-14-6
VINIENT, James5-15-6
WILCOX, (sic) Doctor15-15-6
WILLS, James8-2-10
WALNUT, John4-5-4
WILLIAMS, Daniel4-13-6
WINTERS, Doctor4-15-6
WASHER, Samuel50-15-6
WILSON, Alexander50-16-3
WIDMARK, Frederick16-10-10
WILLARD, John3-3-2
WHITE, Daniel2-2-6
WOOLSEY, William7-11-6
WARD, J. & A.30-9-6
WELSH, Benjamin3-1-4
WAY, Frederick3-15-4
WARREL (sic) James3-5-6
WELLS, William2-9-6
WHITMORE, Fzeck (sic) 42-9-4
WELLS & MCCREA2-4-4
WRIGHT, John1-12-6
WELLS, Benjamin39-6-3
WRIGHT, William3-4-9
WALKER, James1-6-9
WOODBURY, J.E.44-17-4
WILSON, R.D.32-2-4
WRIGHT, Ruggles Jr.71-2-5
WOOD, E.L.71-9-8
WILSON, Captn A.112-11-9
WILSON, George8-15-9
WILSON, Joel6-5-5
WADDLE, John1-4-4
YIELDING, Richard3-11-3
CANNON, E.10-14-11
CONNOR, Michael10-5-9
MALONE, Michael2-17-9
DAYKIN, Asst. Surgeon2-6-5
MCCOY, James6-3-3
MOWER, Nahum30-3-3
TORMAY, S.1-10-9
CHARRON, S.1-14-9
LABARGE, J.B.1-5-9
MUDIN, (sic) J.1-14-6
LEFEVRE, (sic) P.1-10-6
BULNER, R.1-6-6
CHAMBERLAIN & HOGS BOOM13-2-6
WEY, B.6-10-6
OWENS, John5-2-8
WILLIAMS, Lewis6-17-6
SHRODER, John3-9-6
SHERMAN, L.5-4-6
HOYT, Nathaniel7-15-6
MCKEY, C.1-9-8
BLANCHET, M.1-12-1
MCINTYRE, J.2-16-1
DUNLOP, George2-3-1
CALE, S.18-5-11
LEDAIR, B.38-16-2
COZENS, E.1-18-4
WELLS, Mrs.3-15-2
SCHOOL COMMITTEE 2-6-4
CRAIG, James2-2-6
WEBSTER, M.5-14-8
FRAPIER, M. 1-4-3
NOLAN, John6-18-9
STRANGE, Patrick2-1-6
BOUCHON, (sic) B.1-2-5
HUNTER, J.1-11-5
McCARTNEY, R.1-1-11
O’HARA, E8-19-4
WARRELL, J.8-7-4
LEAN, W.8-13-11
STOWELL, O.8-3-6
CHAMERLAIN, J.8-14-8
BOYD, William11-9-4
GIBBON, Elisha44-12-11
WRIGHT, Charles15-11-2
STAVIN, Michael39-11-2
ST. MARTIN, Pierre39-2-6
CLOCK, Robert4-15-7
BROOKS, Caleb4-7-4
BARBER, Joseph4-1-3
BLAIR, John18-19-5
McGRAVES, John2-4-9
DUNNING, Abig[igail?]5-13-9
WRIGHT, J. ?20-13-9
McPHERSON & CRANE8-4-6
NEDDON (sic) Joseph10-10-9
DAVIS, Theodore Estate of6-4-8
WRIGHT, C.C.
Estate of Gat.Boom Co
93-4-11
AYLEN, Peter278-6-11
Special Listing.
Royal Engineer Department for services performed during the appoint of Col BYE (sic) as pr statement accompanying Memorial to the Governor General Lord ‘Aylmer’ (1827), £2739 10s 11d.
CHRISTIE, A claim against him for stone taken from P. WRIGHT & SONS’ quarries during the erection of the Union Bridge, £150-0-0.
BANCROFT, A. action for damages pending, £200-0-0.
McMILLAN, A. action for damages pending, £500-0-0.
26 Mar, 1839. McGILLIVRAY, A. amount of his Note said to be lost by McDonald of Aylmer, 9 mo £24-0-0.
1839 EDEY, Edmund Note in Bankrupt Court, £173-0-0 & £10-5-8.
1842 LUNG (sic) G. & R. Note in Bankrupt Court, £19-0-0 - £88-0-0 - £25-10-0.
FROST, N.B. 2 Notes left with Mr. SYMMES of Medford for collection viz: £19-13-0, £5-2-6, £24-15-6. A note 21 Jan 1825 £20-0-0.
CHURCH COMMITTEE 608-3-5
To amt. of a/c against Estate WRIGHT, T less contra a/c in dispute
£4283-4-1 -1865-0-1 = £2417-15-0.
End of Special Listing.
ALDGERS (sic) Jonathan Note 43-16-5, ELECTION COMMITTEE a/c, £ 293-8-3, Less deduction – 178-2-1 = £115-6-2.

WOODS, Johnson transf'd30-8-6
WILSON, Joel5-10-4
SHERMAN, S.5-4-6
BOYD, Wm11-9-2
SHARMAN,(sic) Solomon twice entrd5-4-6
OLMSTEAD, David p RW5-14-6
NEDDON, Joseph p RW10-10-9
228-4-4
LIST OF NOTES DUE P. WRIGHT & SONS
ALMAN, David20-1-6
ADAMS, W.H.12-1-6
ADAM, Alexander4-5-6
ALLEN, John Blu due on 3 Notes30-7-3
ALLEN, Ruggles3-7-11
AYLWIN, William5-10-11
ARMSTRONG, Samuel*3-10-11
ALVEND, David30-15-5
ARMSTRONG, Samuel *6-15-5
BADHAM, Joseph12-1-2
BROCK, Andrew Jr.22-15-6
BARRETT, Asa5-2-6
BURNS, Bart2-5-6
BULLIS, John21-14-2
BOOTH, J.J.17-15-3
BENTLEY, A.C. Bal15-13-3
BUCHANAN, Geo & Co10-5-1
BONE, Joseph4-1-11
BOLTON, John15-1-11
BEDLEY, William10-18-11
BARNEY, Lewis51-13-1
BRILLIANT, John27-13-11
BERRIE, John3-2-6
BLOOD, William3-12-1
BARB, Pascal74-10-10
BUCHANAN, William11-6-7
BOON, William13-6-2
BELLAIR, Paul1-6-2
BROWN, Nath'l 5 notes7-3-1
BISSETT, Andrew14-8-4
BROOK, Caleb10-13-3
BANGS, Benjamin4-2-4
BEERS, Thomas6-2-4
BUCK, Thomas7-8-1
BREEMAN, Thomas4-8-1
BOYD & WARREN2-17-11
BOYLE, Charles7-10-11
BOYD, Robert3-5-11
BOYD, Wiliam3-15-11
BOLTON, Geo 3 notes £68-10-0, £68-10-0, 118-1-3 – error3-15-11
COLTER, Luther2-15-6
CAMERON, Allen10-5-2
CHAMBERLAIN L & J50-5-2
CAIN, Mrs13-10-1
CAMERON, Ewen14-13-10
CRAMER, John4-6-5
COLLINS, Simon19-3-3
CHADWICK, Lewis1-1-9
CHASE, L.D. *4-1-7
CRAMERS, John 4 notes8-1-3
CHASE, L.D. *12-10-3
CHAMBERLAIN, Grove4-3-3
CHAMBERLAIN, Grove11-17-6
CAMERON, John11-17-8
CHRISHOLM, Colin11-3-11
CAMPBELL, Wm11-5-11
CORMEUU, (sic) Jo's4-4-5
COVE, (sic) Freeman2-16-10
CAMERON, W. & A.11-10-10
CLOVE, Thomas15-11-1
CAMERON, Duncan37-18-8
CHOUTIER, Lewis3-6-7
COUZINEAU, Amable4-7-1
CLEMENT, Joseph49-1-3
CROUCH, E.W.2-10-11
CAMERON, Daniel2-15-11
CHARRON, Pierre8-1-6
CHASE, Nelson8-11-6
CRETES, Christopher7-18-5
CHAMBERLAIN, Mary, Elizabethtown20-18-5
DUDLEY, Nath'l12-15-6
DONOHUE, M.*8-10-6
DUNLOP, James1-10-6
DOWNING, John2-19-3
DICKINSON, Ira2-7-3
DOW, Abraham *4-7-3
DELORME, Peter4-14-3
DOW, Abraham *41-12-6
DORVAL, Francis18-12-5
DONAHUE, M.*1-17-5
DAWSON, Walker10-11-3
DARRELL, Thonas32-10-6
DUNNING, G.G.5-6-7
DURRELL, Henry6-5-7
DEMONKEY, Edward4-15-6
DUNNING, David1-10-6
EAGER, Ananias3-1-9
ELLIOTT, William4-15-9
FERGUSON, James15-10-9
FOX, James12-3-4
FERGUSON, John Balance1-9-4
FULSON, H. & J.15-15-4
FILES, Thomas4-15-4
FROSTE, Ebenezer Balance40-15-4
FROSTE, Ebenezer35-10-5
FORRESTER, John8-10-5
FOURNIER, Louis37-18-11
FLYNN, Charles3-9-11
GRANIER, Daniel10-19-11
GRIFFITH, William14-19-11
GREEN, Samuel G.24-14-10
GODDAH, Joseph20-13-5
GATES, Jacob order (sic)6-10-5
GALIPEAULT, Antoine *5-5-2
GILBEAU, Antoine4-4-6
GOODNOW, Lyman25-15-7
GIBSON, William269-10-3
GRIFFIN, Allen2-10-3
GILLETT, George1-8-5
GALINEAU, Pierre1-13-10
GALIPEAULT, A. balance *7-16-3
GEORGE, Jean2-9-3
HUFF, Jacob balance77-12-6
HOLT, Benjamin130-15-6
HOLT, Benjamin9-6-4
HARRIS, Nebron35-7-3
HATLEY, Henry4-10-0
HATLEY, Henry12-10-0
HEDLEY, Draft (sic)20-10-0
HOGBOOM, James16-10-0
HOGBOOM, James8-1-2
HOOPER, Benjamin4-6-6
HENRY, H. balance2-6-6
HARDY, Robert balance14-7-6
HUDSON, Josephus1-2-4
HOGAN, Patrick0-16-6
HOPPER, William balance0-11-8
HUTCHINS, H.C.40-4-3
HEATH, Moses1-18-3
HOLLISTER, Charles3-9-9
HOLT, Enoch balance10-9-11
HOLT, Enoch18-2-4
HORRIE, James2-18-9
HARTWICKE, E.1-3-9
HEATH, Daniel20-10-9
HILL, Silvester1-8-11
HOGG, John11-11-3
HEAGLE, Michael6-11-3
HOLLIDAY, John7-15-3
INGALLS, Moses 6½ yrs interest45-4-2
JOHNSON, Z.C.51-1-4
JENREL, Daniel9-12-10
JANSON, Sophy4-6-6
JONES, Peter & James2-4-2
JEANDREAU, John10-6-2
JENKINS, Vol's balance4-6-2
JENKINS, Vol's3-10-8
KLOCK, Robert 3 notes107-2-6
KELLOG, Herman2-9-5
KERR, Archibald4-12-6
KELLY, William2-10-6
KAZANLYSIE (sic) Nolan1-9-6
LARNARD, Abig'l *32-14-5
LYNCH, Jeremiah14-6-10
LEAMY, Michael26-17-10
LARNARD, Abig'l *8-10-9
LAROSSE, Stephen3-15-5
LAROSSE, Amable1-11-11
LOODINE, (sic) Joseph3-2-11
LEROND, Alex P.3-17-6
LEVILLIER, Louis5-3-10
LEVILLIER, Julien228-7-1
LEARMOND, Abigail balance178-7-9
LAFLEUR, Francis11-5-5
LINGHAM, Thomas1-7-4
LOSVILLE, Paul3-15-4
LAROCQUE, Armstrong3-18-1
LEWIS, John4-2-6
LACASSE, Stephen2-13-1
LEFEVRE, (sic) Louis9-13-1
LACROIX, Antoine1-13-1
LAFONTAIN, -?-2-6-3
LUNDON, Herman27-6-3
LUCAS, Paul A.2-13-1
MILLER, John106-6-1
MIRONA, F. 5 notes200-6-1
MUNN, J.D.4-10-1
MONIER, (sic) G.G.4-10-1
McLEAN, Alexander3-14-6
MARRIN, William7-10-6
McLEAN, John3-5-6
MAHON, John2-11-6
MOORE, Andrew3-3-2
MULLEN, Daniel4-14-1
MANNING, Peter 2-2-10
MALLETT, Joseph7-5-1
McQUESTON, James 2 notes10-5-1
McDONNELL, John2-7-11
McDONNELL (sic) A.R. 2 notes24-8-9
McCARTHY, Richard3-17-6
MOORE, Harman2-4-6
McLELLAND, Samuel4-17-6
McDONELL, Walter11-13-11
MAXWELL, Hantz5-5-2
MALONE, John187-5-10
McDONNELL, Alexander100-5-10
MONTGOMERY, Peter19-9-8
MONTGOMERY, Alexander54-5-9
MILLER, Levi19-6-11
MANUGHTON, Daniel17-6-8
McGREGOR, Alexander26-2-7
McDONALD, John23-9-8
MEAUSEAU, Encas35-17-8
MANSELL, Martin5-2-8
McLEAN, James balance9-7-5
McMASTER, Peter1-11-5
McDONNELL, James5-4-3
MITCHELL, John4-4-11
McLEAN, John2-10-11
MOORE, J. & D.12-7-3
McGAFFY, Joseph8-7-4
McDONALD, Roderick2-7-11
McDONALD, Alexander14-11-2
MOORE, David22-12-6
MONEY, David3-12-6
MORWAY, (sic) Pierre5-18-4
McALPINE, William 4 notes213-11-4
NEVINS, Hubert1-9-4
NORMAN, Joseph2-4-8
NOYERS, William Bal.2-5-8
NASH, Martin3-5-8
NEAGLE, G. & A.13-8-6
NEWELL, Rob't1-2-8
OXFORD, London 3 notes75-2-8
OXFORD, London 2 notes1-16-8
OLMSTEAD, Jabez2-1-10
OLMSTEAD, Hiram1-2-10
OATLEY, Thomas2-10-10
O’CROSS, Nathaniel8-11-7
OWENS, Peter59-14-9
ODBER, (sic) John59-12-9
OLIVER, John22-12-6
PAWNELL, (sic) P.D.22-17-6
PONTER & BEERS42-10-6
PIERRE, James1-7-6
PITT, Robert9-5-6
PRENTICE, Richard10-10-8
PLANK, David5-4-8
ROMAINS, Augustin 2 notes22-1-2
RICE, A.C.L.19-3-11
RICHARDSON, John9-3-11
RODGERS & THOMPSON5-10-11
ROMAIN, Jacob53-14-10
RICE, James1-15-6
ROSWELL SMITH & CO.3-13-10
STUART, Claudins100-13-8
SABOURIN, Hubert1-16-7
SWAN, William6-12-6
SIERS, Baptiste2-3-7
SMITH, Paton2-8-7
SHEA, Jeremiah6-15-7
STORT, Horaces 3 notes2-14-7
SMITH, South (sic)15-18-10
SMITH, Samuel4-12-11
STOREY, James4-6-3
SIMPSON, William18-8-3
STEIN, James16-8-3
St ONGE, J.B.9-5-3
SHOULDICE, James24-9-4
SYMMES, Charles7-8-6
THOMPSON, Israel3-11-5
TOPLIN, John31-4-7
TOPLIN, John2-18-1
TOPLIN, John17-17-11
THOMAS, Daniel2-11-10
TILTON & VIRGIN (sic)215-11-10
URNO, (sic) Francis6-12-3
VERMETTE, Jacques6-18-4
VIEAU, Antoine5-5-10
VAYSAR, Charles75-17-5
VOYER, Hypolite24-17-7
WILSON, Joel185-5-2
WHITEMAN, E. *67-16-3
WILSON, Captain A. 2 notes40-0-0
WHITE, James2-11-1
WATERMAN, Shubal 2-0-0
WHITEMAN, E. *7-10-0
VERMETTE, Jacques32-5-10
WAND, Alexander W.18-16-8
WEY, Stephen28-12-8
WRIGHT, P. Jr.157-13-6
WEBSTER, -?-19-3-3
WELLS & MCCREA14-4-4
WYMAN, J.M.118-3-9
WATERS, Charles balance51-10-9
WALTER, Elmir51-15-5
WATERMAN, Shubal2-10-4
WYMAN, Joseph15-4-7
WORREL, James 2 notes25-15-10
AULIN, Mathew3-12-1
BLAIR, William9-10-1
BECKWITH, Charles11-16-7
BROWSE, N.8-17-6
COTTIN, Tibs28-13-2
CHAMBERLAIN, E.2-10-3
CUNNINGHAM, John11-10-3
CLOCK (sic) & BUNDAGE6-10-3
DUNLOP, D.C. 2 notes of Mulligan11-12-6
GILLIAN, John97-18-9
GILLIAN, John11-5-9
GORDON, William11-15-9
HAWLEY & ANDERSON11-5-9
HALES, John4-6-5
JACKSON, Noah8-15-3
JACKSON, Noah9-5-3
JOHNSON, Thomas7-10-3
SEMNEAU, (sic) Francis2-10-3
KIRK, Alexander25-10-3
KIRK, James21-1-5
MEARS, H.B.25-1-5
MCLAREN, Alexander7-11-3
McTAGGART, Isaac7-18-3
MALLET, Louis1-7-3
McGOEY, Jr McMILLAN8-15-3
McCONNELL & CO9-15-3
McCARTHY & BAILEY5-7-6
McDONNELL, C&S22-1-7
MARTIN, Alexander balance4-11-5
ODLUM, James4-8-1
O’NEIL, Thomas 2 notes38-15-1
RUSSELL, John38-12-7
SHIRLEY, William20-7-9
SNEDDON, (sic) Alexander97-7-1
SUMNAR, (sic) John10-5-3
STANSFIELD, (sic) J.4-11-10
SPROWLS, Henry5-11-10
TAYLOR & DOUGLAS33-11-10
O’BRIEN, - ? - 7-10-10
C? Graham’s receipts for 2 notes, Viz:
J. THOMPSON’s order Rolle11-19-10
Francis POWLETT’S Note1-5-4, 13-5-2
Charles BLOOMFILD’S Bon(?)3-5-2
Jo's. BADHAM’s Note12-1-2
Hiram MORSTIN’s Note4-6-2
1846
June 25By Charles FLYNN’s Note Int3-12-9
April 27By J. SUMMER’s Note16-5-3
March 4By Alex? MARTIN’s Note4-0-0
Dec. 8By C & S McDONALD’s Note Int22-5-0
1845By Josephus HUDSON’s Note1-2-4
1846By Harman MOORE’s Note2-4-0
1844By - ? – LAFONTAINE’s Note2-7-7
1846By Jean GEORGIE on a/c2-19-0
By H.B. MEAR’S Note sent to WALLACE, Fort Covington25-0-0
77-15-10
LIST OF BONDS, MORTGAGES, JUDGMENTS & DUE THE ESTATE OF P. WRIGHT & SONS
CORRECTED SINCE THE SALE OF HUTCHING’S PROPERTY
£-s-d
CHAMBERLAIN, John90-6-8
SHEFFIELD, Elisha178-10-7
MOORE, Martin259-12-11
MOORE, David217-10-7
ST. MARTIN, P.104-10-7
GREEN, S. G.175-5-4
RANDALL lots500-0-0
LEAMY, A.466-12-5
BROOKS, Caleb800-0-0
MOORE, Roger181-16-9
GRANT, Alex332-0-0
BOLTON, George255-1-3
MCCONNELL, Wm460-3-2
WRIGHT C.C. Estate on award due6525-16-4
10,547-6-7
Hull 1st February 1847 signed Isaac Jones for the Estate
P.WRIGHT & SONS

RECAPITULATION

To amount of debts due P. WRIGHT & SONS as entered in this account£14,452-14-3
To amount of notes due P. WRIGHT & SONS as per list in this accout6,581-7-3
To amount of Bonds, Mortgages, Judgments, etc. etc. due the Estate of P. WRIGHT & SONS as per list in this account10,547-6-7
31,581-7-10
RUGGLES WRIGHT’S half share of the above amount15,790-13-11
NOTE: It is to be observed that as Executor of the Estate of PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS, and only surviving partner of that firm being called upon to render an account to the heirs of the late TIBERIUS WRIGHT, I caused a Statement to be made out of all books debts, notes mortgages, judgments etc., etc. without reference to their value as will be seen by the foregoing schedule.

DEBTS DUE TO RUGGLES WRIGHT
STEWART, Andrew10-5-0½
LOUGH, William2-18-0½
BRIGHAM, J.C.45-5-0½
BLASDALE, Horatio106-15-9
SMITH, Owen 898-10-7½
QUIN, (sic) John D.2-12-11
GALIPEAU, Antoine1-19-8½
CASSIDY, James3-19-5½
McINTOSH, Alexander3-10-5½
WRIGHT, Ruggles Jr822-13-3½
SUPPLE, John16-7-6
BURKE, Edward13-7-6
HOUSTON, Edward25-15-6
JARDINS, James27-15-6
WADSWORTH, James3-17-6
BROWNE, James4-17-6
HEATH, Edward26-5-6
SMITH, Albert25-15-6
HODGKINS, James9-5-6
MOORHEAD, David1-5-6
McCONNELL, Job13-7-6
CULLEN, Michael3-2-6
O’KELLY, Christopher7-2-6
MERILL, H.1-11-3
LEAMY, Andrew144-10-3½
PLANTE, Godfrey(?)144-4-3½
MARSTON, G.J.2-18-5
NEDDON, Joseph7-19-0½
AYLEN, Peter8-14-5
?ORWAY, Pierre17-3-2
GALLIPEAU, Andrew216-7-7
STEVENS, Henry2-7-7
LIPTON, Dennis3-2-4
GLASSFORD, Thomas(?)3-17-3
WRIGHT, H.G.10-1-6
CASSIDY, Barney22-13-6
CHRISTIE, Alexander8-18-1
CLEMENTS, Joseph4-2-3
MOORE, James3-1-1
TREDWELL, Cha's. P.11-17-7
FLINN, John3-18-9
BOWMAN, Baxter1122-6-9
PLUNKET, Michael2-4-5
LAFONTAINE, Amie440-2-6
McDONNELL, C. & S.9-2-6
ROBINSON, N.9-15-6
FULFORD, James4-2-6
RUSSELL, John Miller4-17-3
KEHOE, Patrick9-9-5
BROOKES (sic) Caleb Jr.8-3-3
McANDREWS, Thomas1-7-5
LAFONTAINE, Cha's4-10-6
DAVIDSON, Tho's11-19-10
GALLIPEAU, Jo's8-5-10
McINNES, John3-7-10
SHARRON, Pierre19-13-6
O’KEEFE, George4-15-7
WRIGHT, George D.3527-8-5½
EVANS, Edward V. ?37-7-11
BLACKBURN, James8-6-11
SULLIVAN, John8-2-6
HUET, (?) James8-7-6
SAVARY, Oliver2-11-0½
McGOEY, Thomas11-4-10
TENPENNY, Michael11-11-6
PAUL, Pierre11-15-6
?ECARRE, Narcisse11-15-2
DAVIS, William4-11-11½
LAROCQUE, Isadore4-12-6
MIGEUR, Baptiste1-12-8
SHARRON, Isadore6-3-9
GUIN, Pierre1-3-8
FRENCH, J.S.16-10-8
BOISODIRD, Joseph16-15-8
SHORETTE, John3-13-8½
McDERMOTT, Michael39-9-7
POTVIN, (sic) Joseph7-11-4
LETEMPS, Charles2-5-4
WELSH, Thomas2-8-6
LERE, Baptiste9-4-1
PROULX, - ? -2-7-1
WRIGHT, T. Estate of4517-5-4½
WRIGHT, Ruggles portion of debts due P. WRIGHT & P. WRIGHT & SONS, say ½ of £31,869-18-0 = 15,934-19-4½.

BILLS RECEIVABLE
MERCIER, Lundrie*1-16-2
BENOIT, Baptiste1-14-2
FARMER, William1-15-2
MERCIER, Landry*7-16-11½
WARREN, Henry8-15-11½
MARSTON, H.8-9-5
SHANNON, R.3-19-10
SALIENE, Pierre3-15-10
McLEAN, Alexander11-2-6
WESTGATE, Thomas5-18-5½
LAVOIE, J.B.42-5-1
ROGERSON, Thomas16-5-1
BEAN, Benjamin6-10-5
COUSINEAU, Amable3-13-1½
MALLETTE, Louis3-6-4½
TURNEY, Hugh3-12-2½
McGARY, (sic) Hugh3-9-9
WRIGHT, J.W.13-9-9
HUTT, Baptiste2-18-8
CHASE, J.B.1-12-8
McDONALD, Samuel5-2-6
VALETTE, Pascal5-11-8
McDONALD, Archibald2-10-8
GRANT, Duncan2-15-8
WALSH, George2-12-6
ALLEN, Ruggles2-12-6
BROOK, (sic) Samuel2-18-9
COULTON, Hiram7-5-9
CHAMBERLAIN, Nath'l7-11-3
WYMAN, Josiah2-6-3
CRETES, Christopher11-6-3
BRIGHAM, J.C.80-3-9½
STUBBS, William11-10-9½
WHITE, Richard11-7-6
McDONELL, Alonzo Roy2-7-6
MOORE, David36-3-3
DRISCOLL, Michael1-13-2
KENNY, Robert3-17-10½
MOORE, William8-7-6
VERON, Louis16-2-6
HUTCHINS, H.C.25-7-11
CARMAN, William4-7-11
One third share in the Union Rail Road £3578-7-11

Schedule C referred to in Deed of Transfer and Assignment from Ruggles WRIGHT Senior To James Gilmour, Hugh Allan and Alexander Workman in Trust for the benefit of his creditors bearing date and executed before W. Easton and his Colleague Notaries this Twenty sixth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifty one.
In test Veritatis
Signed) Ruggles Wright

Signed
James Gilmour Trustee
Hugh Allen (sic) Trustee
Alexander Workman Trustee
By his Attorney William Workman

Signed by J.J. Gibb N.P., W. Easton N.P.
No 42 of CATALOGUE “B” is important as it is the document by which the affairs and business of P. WRIGHT & SONS are brought to a conclusion.
Note: the figures are in Pounds, Shillings and Pence (£-s–d). The totals are probably correct but individual amounts cannot be trusted. P.M.O. Evans - archivist.
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Leather covered small book (cover 3½” x 6”) blank pages. It has been used as a sort of diary or aide-memoire. The back pages have served as a record of expenditures (12 pages). The date of the first entry is Thursday, 18 February 1819, at Montreal. The last date is 19 May 1819, at Montreal. Between these dates a further trip was made to Quebec City. This book may have been used by Philemon Wright Sr. known-handwriting and spelling errors of Philemon Wright suggest so.
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Letter dated Montreal 18 Jan. 1817, from P. WRIGHT addressed to: My dear Sons advising about his business difficulties. A postscript dated 19 Jan asking that 40 barrels of pork be sent from Hull to an address in Montreal by the 22nd.
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Letter dated Quebec [City] Jan 28 1832, from P. WRIGHT addressed to: My dear Sons on Grad (sic) Son acknowledges their letter of Jan. 19. He has problems in Quebec. He wants TB to rite (Thomas Brigham to write). (THOMAS BRIGHAM son-in-law to Philemon).
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Letter dated Montreal July 1817 from P. WRIGHT to my dear sons. Things are improving, however here are some instructions to be carried out.
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Letter dated Montreal Jan24 1817 from P. WRIGHT to My dear Sons. Thanks for your letter of 20 Jan brought by B. Billings (sic), glad you are all well. I am very un well – bad cold. Bad prospects from lumber staves – cash in Montreal is scarce – you’ve no idea. I beg of you to collect outstanding debts.
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Letter dated Montreal July 2, 1803 from PHILEMON WRIGHT to Samuel Phillips Esq. in Quebec. Thanks Phillips for report of May 5, concerning certificates of oaths administered to Associates (of Wright) for land in Onslow & Templeton. Apparently there were certain disputes and that Capt. McDonald is (sic) “in town” – to complete the above mentioned operation (at Quebec).
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Letter dated Hull 5 Sept 1816 from PHILEMON WRIGHT to my dear Son RUGGLES at Quebec [City] – chatty letter about members of the family – 60 tons of hay in barns pr (sic) day. Spring wheat looks well. Hope you had good sales in your timber. Mr Brook making good bricks for us.
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Letter dates Quebec (City) 16 Nov 1805 from PHILEMON WRIGHT to ABIGAIL his wife and son*, at Hull, Grand River [now Ottawa River]. Exchange of health news. Philemon has “attended” on the Surveyor General to Templeton situation – has his papers all arranged for London and am going abroad. My other papers respecting land business all arranged – will have to promote all our businesses.
*PHILEMON WRIGHT Jr.
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Letter dated Quebec (City) 17 Oct 1823 from P. WRIGHT to RUGGLES WRIGHT Post Master Hull Grand River. Salutation reads “My dear Friend”. Near his signature the following directive: Mr. T. Brigham [Thomas] or T. Wright [Tiberius] Exchange of health news. He hops (sic) Mrs. Wright is feeling better. Philemon wants to hear all the church business [St. James Anglican] for which he had donated land and had sought the bishop’s support.
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Letter dated Montreal 15 Nov 1819 from P. WRIGHT JR to P. WRIGHT & SONS at Hull, Lower Canada. I left Quebec on the 6th, arrived in Montreal on the 11th [of Nov]. I expect to two batoes (sic) from Lasheen (Lachine). Laments about business.
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Letter dated Quebec 18 Nov 1820 from P. WRIGHT to R. WRIGHT Post Master, Hull Lower Canada – sent “Free”. Dear children, I can do little more than what I last wrote – waiting for Court of Appeal – few vessels to sail – finding the money sent me gives me great comfort.
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Letter dated Quebec 20 Oct 1823 from P. WRIGHT to RUGGLES WRIGHT Post Master Hull, Grand River – wants T. BRIGHAM & T. WRIGHT to see his letter. Very sorry about health of Mr. Wright. Bisnes (sic) very dull in Quebec. SPARKS will loos (sic) £200 by the fall of timber – Mr. Frost has arrived in Quebec and Capt. Fogerson (Ferguson?) – Frost’s & Ferguson’s rafts joined together – wish you to get ploughing as much as possible, and the ditch – goods sent to with bills. Forbes arrived with 20 yoke of oxen, fine animals. Call in outstanding debts. No price to be got from timber now.
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Letter dated Quebec 16 Dec 1820 from P. WRIGHT to R. WRIGHT Post Master, Hull. Gents Sorry cannot give more information on business than Mr. B--?—‘s letter of last week. Things seem favourable – the Corporation for leasing the clergy reserves – God knows when the same will be compleated (sic). This day the Governor of the House of Assembly. I couldn’t get in as I had forgotten to get a ticket. Here cash is scarce.
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Letter dated Montreal 15 Nov 1819 from P. WRIGHT to PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS, Hull, Lower Canada. Philemon tries to make a point about not losing a moment in sending certain goods to him in Montreal as it detains him from going to Quebec while he waits for them to arrive. I shall send my boot (sic) [boat] to Lachine tomorrow. I wish you to prepare things for spring work – crops.
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Letter dated Montreal 22 Nov 1819 from P. WRIGHT to the master of the packet boot (sic) from Hull to Granville – Hud of Long Sue. As soon as you open this to go to our boots to head of Long Sue with your men – prepare for winter.
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Current account of RUGGLES WRIGHT re estate of P. WRIGHT & SONS - £3775 15s 9d No. 4 1845.
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Memo dated 1 Oct 187 from R. WRIGHT. Jos. MASSON & son as per our accord – sum of £549-19s-6d.
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Memo dated Quebec 7 Sept 1845 to ALLAN, GILMOUR & WORKMAN (Trustees) – Deed of Sale re: sum of £1213 8s 10 by G.B. SYMES (sic) & Co.
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Memo re Templeton re the following ROBERT FORSYTH, JOHN McLATCHE (sic), LOUIS MAISER (sic), JOHN DUNLOP, Wm MCLATHIE (sic), SAMUEL GOODINS (sic), DANIEL MCINTOSH, JOHN SPENCER, THOMAS GIBBS, JOHN ROBERTS, FRANCIS MCGUIRE, JOHN CULLEN, ROBERT DAVIS, PETER MCGUIRE, MICHEL (sic) BRADY, THOMAS CALWELL, SAMUEL HARRISS. Has passed this office of these two persons – signed --?—. NO DATE AND CASH
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Draft of Affidavit of Debt WRIGHT & SONS versus ? District of Bathurst in the King’s Bench HUBBARD CARTER HUTCHINS, Twp of Hull. Agent for PHILEMON, TIBERIUS & RUGGLES WRIGHT in the sum of £ s d etc. etc.
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Note of R. WRIGHT dated Feb 1851 – the sum of £65 2s 3d – by J. TERRENCE - ? -
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Statement of account dated 1816/1817 from JAMES FOX to PHILEMON WRIGHT Jr for the amount of £7 15s 0d for work performed and for which he received payment.
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Agreement of Transfer of Land – dated Hull July 26, 1802 – between HARVEY PARKER and PHILEMON WRIGHT – Parker to get 200 acres – 100 in Lot 6 in Concession One and 100 in Lot 7 05 in same Concession.
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The Law – a printed form, to be completed by hand – We JOHN SAYON CAMPBELL & WILLIAM SHEPPARD merchants with THOMAS BRIGHAM are to pay four thousand five hundred pounds (£4500) to this court PHILEMON WRIGHT swears – before witnesses 2 Nov 1919.
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Invoice from - ? – LANCTOT to the Messrs WRIGHT billing them for his services as a legal retainer – from June to August 1876 – NOTE: This is probably a draft.
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In the reign of George IV: There was a court case, held in Montreal on 30 Apr 1830 between The Corporation for Clergy Reserves and PHILEMON WRIGHT. WRIGHT had undertaken to pay 23 shillings and 3 pence –or- 7 bushels of good clean wheat. To this date he had not complied and now owes £62 4s 6d.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Letter of 26 Aug 1876. Means nothing.
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Memorandum to WILLIAM MCKAY WRIGHT by -- . -- LANCTOT Advocate as a reminder. (no date) [67 above].
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P. WRIGHT & sons Hull or present at Granville, Lower Canada [Quebec] -- Montreal 22 Nov 1819.
Gentlemen: I acknowledge receipt of yours by [McSherif?] and yours by [Hurit?] and [-?-] of 15 and [MacM -?-] draft Saturday evening [Hunt?] and have presented [there] draft owing to my being at [hastin+?] and finding a way these “Batoes” (Bateaux) I sent two bateaux off from “Lasheen” (Lachine) at two o’clock after [-?-] and this one of them had carried a load to [Carr*o Rappids?] and returned there are three bateaux loads now at the “Long Sue” (Long Sault] and I’m afraid of trouble as the crews did not seem to work well together and gave me a great deal of trouble and expense “Bart a settlement”? till I come home again, god be willing. I hope to leave Montreal in a few days. I’m waiting for T(homas) BRIGHAM’S arrival in Montreal to -?- some settlement which can’t be done until his arrival.
Your most obedient and humble servant
P. WRIGHT & SONS
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Letter dated Montreal 24 Feb 1849 to Jeffery HALE, Esq. (P WRIGHT & sons) I’ve taken the liberty to xxxxx a statement of my claim to government - £12,250 - £23,437 - £55,843 [no signature].
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Letter - addressee not clear – dated 14 June 1834. No 1 enregistered(?) page 1 dated 14 June 1834 from No. 4 in 4th -?- to No 25 in the 8th range.
No 2 enregistered (?) page 4 18 November 1833 from No 14 in the 9th range to No 21 in the 8th range etc etc etc (no signature).
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Inventory – Stock & Farming utensils taken by RICHARD AUSTIN and MOSES EDEY for P. WRIGHT & SONS on RUGGLES WRIGHT Sr’s farm. Hull 1 May 1843.
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[hand-written letter of some unknown] Addressed to a Mr. (McCLUER?) from Montreal 9 Jan 1834
Sir: Enclosed you -?- -?- a -?- -?- Mr. N.B. FROST paid to P. WRIGHT & SONS an likewise a receipt for two other notes against the same person which I left with Mr -?- of Medford (U.S.A.) for collection as his receipt will show – etc – etc –
For your honourable servant
P. WRIGHT & SONS (his signature)
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Montreal 26 May 1819 PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS on the 24 day of August next promises to pay £71 13s 8½ d (Halifax currency) to RHODA (nee GRIFFIN) PARK.
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Montreal 1 Jan 1820 six months after date we PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS promises to pay £71 19s 9d to JABEZ COLT.
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Lokarbour (sic) 24 Oct. 1821 the Commissioners of Inland Commerce that CHARLES HOWARD’S financial papers show a £50 deficiency to P. WRIGHT.
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Inventory of Stock & Farming Utensils on farm of Ruggles Wright for P. Wright & Sons in the amount of £300 2s 9d. Hull 1 May 1843.
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Hull 29 Feb 1820. In the month of June next we P. WRIGHT & SONS promise to pay MATHEW DUN (sic) £24-18s–4d.
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Hull 16 Feb 1820. On the 1st May next we P. WRIGHT & SONS promise to pay PATRICK MUCKLEGUN (sic) £25.
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Hull 5 Apr 1820. On the 1st June next we P. WRIGHT & SONS promise to pay MORRICE POWER (sic) £58–15s–2d (Halifax Currency).
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G.B. SYMES (sic) & Co in account with R[UGGLES] W[RIGHT] JR 17 Nov 1842 Quebec: debt £4319–17s–6d credit £4319–17s–6d.
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Copy of Statement of Horses between T[IBERIUS] & R[UGGLES] WRIGHT Hull 3rd Jan 1840 (apparently it took until 30 Nov 1843 to complete – as this is a copy only the original was signed) (no money value show on this copy – whereabouts of original unknown).
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Court of Queen’s Bench, Montreal
LOIS RICKER (Sal)? of the Township of Hull
Plaintiff
Vs
RUGGLES WRIGHT SR. of Hull, Distric of Montreal
Defendant
A certain case pending before said Court.
(Here follow twenty pages of text)
Verdict rendered Montreal 29 July 1848
Against Defendant £31,869-18-0
Against Plaintiff £3950–2-1
(other figures pending) [meaning, no doubt, a further settle would come later]
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Conveyance of Lands from PHILEMON WRIGHT to MOSES EDEY Hull 26 June 1808.
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[typewritten copy] of A Deed of Sale from ANDREW CLOW, JOSEPH BUCK, NICHOLAS HALL, JONATHAN MCCONNELL, ABRAHAM PARSALL & HENRY WOLCOTT to PHILEMON WRIGHT dated Hull 12 November 1808.
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Agreement between P. WRIGHT & R. CHAMBERLIN dated 23 Apr 1804. Land being transferred to Wright [document very tender].
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[copy] 3 February 1810. Obligation of PHILEMON WRIGHT or heirs of Hull Twp to pay £112-10s to BENJAMIN HALL of Montreal.
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Memorandum of Copies of Deeds to be drawn out by P.E. Deverley N.P. Copies to be made for P. WRIGHT
- 14 Dec 1822 Assignement by SAM SMITH to P. WRIGHT OF Lot 21 Range 1 of Templeton.
- 13 Dec 1822 by EDMUND CHAMBERLIN to P. WRIGHT south half of Lot 5, 5th Range of Hull.
- 12 Dec 1822 Sale by D. BENEDICT to P. WRIGHT of 50 acres in Lot 9 Range 4 in Hull.
- 16 Dec 1822 Sale by P. WRIGHT to H. ESTABROOK of 2 village lots in Hull account and statement of partnership between P. WRIGHT & SONS.
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Bond between BENHAMIN HOLD and P. WRIGHT & SONS in which the former agrees to pay £100 in lawful money to P. Wright [the lot & Range not clear] dated 9 Feb 1831.
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Dated Hull 7 Apr 1814. Conveyance of Lands from P. WRIGHT to MOSES EDEY Lot 25 in the 3rd Range in Hull – for £500 [270 acres].
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Dated Hull 25 April 1808. Conveyance of Lands from PHILEMON WRIGHT SR to PHILEMON WRIGHT JR. The following land was conveyed Lots 2, 3 & 4 in the 5th Range, in the Township of Hull, containing 200 acres.
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Dated Hull 26 June 1814. Conveyance of Lands for P. WRIGHT to MOSES EDEY consisting of Lot 5 in 4th Range, containing 100 acres. It is strange that no price was mentioned.
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Dated Hull 25 April 1808. Indenture between P. WRIGHT and SIMON HEATH on payment of 150 dollars, paid by Heath, for 50 acres in the north end of Lot 20 in the 1st Concession.
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Dated Hull 25 April 1808 [copy of No 95].
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Dated Hull 10 February 1808 PHILEMON WRIGHT agreed to sell to LUTHER COLTER for fifty pounds (£50) for the west half of Lot No 9, Range 3, containing 50 acres.
[The balance of “documents” in this bundle appear to be odd bits & pieces which may defy cataloguing].
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Account of furniture valued by JOHN BURROWS & T. BUCK at the house of Widow WRIGHT which is to be deducted from the former estimate of Dec 19, 1822 to wit £180. This estimate made 19 Dec 1822.
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Copy dated Hull 19 Dec 1812 of the Memorandum of an Estimate made at the request of the Widow WRIGHT (Sarah OLMSTEAD) widow of PHILEMON WRIGHT JR. value of buildings, clearing and improvements made on the lands, of cattle increase and others things during the partnership of P. WRIGHT & SONS at both the Chaudiere & Gatineau Falls (sic) £5863.
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Statement of Cattle as taken December 1822, of the increase since the formation of the Partnership of P. WRIGHT & SONS. 83 cows, 71 calves, 70 yearlings, 14 2-yearlings, 31 horses, 31 yoke oxen, 9 colts, 58 + 29 = 87 hogs, 132 sheep.
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On 3 Mar 1813 Articles of Agreement were undertaken between PHILEMON WRIGHT and BENJAMINE MOORE & DAVID STEVENS. The parties of the second part bind themselves to Philemon Wright to deliver in the eddy of the south snye of the Ottawa River at foot of Chaudiere Falls, opposite house of Roger Moore, 10,000 feet of good merchantable Red Pine, squared for the Quebec Market – to be ready 15 June next – to raft same in good strong and sufficient cribs delivered to Wright at Quebec City on June 21 - £25 per each 1000 cubic feet. In case of failure £200 penalty, with necessary adjustments.
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(This document is one piece of paper written on both sides – not easy to understand).
Dated Hull 29 July 1814. PHILEMON WRIGHT paid £170-10s-6d to GEORGE MCCONNELL. signed PHILEMON WRIGHT JR.
[reverse] Received £14-?s–2d Hull 10 Sept 1814, - ? – Not over £100. Initialled G Mc. Received Quebec 29 Sept 1814 paid in full GEORGE MCCONNELL – GEORGE MCCONNELL receives £17-10s-6d from PHILEMON WRIGHT JR.
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Statement of P. WRIGHT’s Property [no date]. Includes: cows, oxen, young cattle, horses, colts, sheep, hogs, pigs – Acres of cleared land, rye, wheat, peas, corn, potatoes – carts, sleighs, harness – garden tools – rakes, forks, axes, etc. – buildings including furniture – uncultivated land. Total : £67901–4s–4d.
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(This document appear to be incomplete – it would seem that the sheet was at one time double its present size. The other half is not now attached.)
When the aforesaid partners P. WRIGHT & SONS discontinued their connection in business and closed a settlement of their (accts?) they rented the aforesaid premises for the period of 4 years at the rate of 75 (£ or S ?) per A. to commence - ? – be accounted from the 11 April 1829, who occupied the premises until October 1829, when P. WRIGHT & or PW & Sons barn was burnt, CHARLES SYMMES [Philemon’s nephew] then removed and carried on business on his own premises subletting to me the aforesaid premises at the yearly rate of £100; for the remaining portion of his lease which I occupied until the 11th of April 1833. When from P.W. & PW & Sons for the period of 5 years, at the rate of £75 per annum. And occupied same until the year 1837 when I sublet them for the remaining period of my lease to JOHN BOLTON who occupied them until the 11th of April 1838 when H M F leased them from PW or PW & Sons for a period of 2 years.
(The above half portion of the transcribed text should be sufficient to indicate the trend of the remainder).
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NORE - Nos. 105 & 106 have a relationship – values are identical.
Contents of Lot 22 Range 2, 240 at £2 – 10s per acre£600-0-0
Contents of Lot 21 Range 2, 135 at £2 – 10s per acre£337-10-0
      Store at head of turnpike£50-0-0
£987-10-0
New tavern with 8 rods in rear. E&W 2 rods each side £750-0-0
House occupied by Mr. BRICKHAM with 8 rods in year & 1 rod 0 E& W side£250-0-0
Stone triphammer shop – with its privileges – also the distance down the gulph to the S fence of garden. The E on the line of garden, the N until interests at the Common£1000-0-0
Grist & Sawmill with all its privileges£1500-0-0
Stone building in its present state – w/4 ft on 3 sides£500-0-0
Dwelling house, barn & outhouse, shoemaker’s shop & shed. 8 rods in rear of buildings until they intersect at the garden at the house occupied by BRICKMAN £750-0-0
Tanning building & materials – 4 acres to north extending 2 rods to south£400-0-0
New bakeshop & proposed shoemaker’s shop with their materials £150-0-0
Property of PHILEMON WRIGHT including his home & other building, walls, etc., also all acreage£2000-0-0
£8287-10s-0
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Value of Property on the Chaudiere Falls and other places in buildings and landed property - £8287–10s–0d (Document undated).
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I PHILEMOND WRIGHT for the consideration of £50 – I appoint SAMUEL PHILLIPS and JOSEPH BIGELOW as my attornies-at-law, for the express purpose of, immediately after the patent or grand of land has been issued in Quebec Province, that my name be inserted, on the official record, as a grantee – 14 Nov 1805.
Document extremely tender.
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Inventory of P. WRIGHT & SONS stock & goods – November 1822 (unfinished document – one preceded and one followed).
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Inventory of P. WIRGHT & SONS etc., etc., (no date & not total.)
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Proposals from the widow of P. WRIGHT JR (Sarah OLMSTEAD) to P. WRIGHT & SONS December 12th 1822.
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Rough copy of 110, above.
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Copy of No 110, above.
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Additional document.
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Copy of No 110, above.
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On 30 Oct 1856 in the District of Montreal – Superior Court.
No 2571
RUGGLES WRIGHT Plaintiff
VS
HUGH ALLAN et al Defendants
Wright brings suit against Allan et al for a certain interest figure allowed Rim on an amount previously agreed upon, and which he had not been paid. The amount the Defendants were required to pay £3942-19s-10d.
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Dated Hull 1 Sept 1851 Judge JOHN SCOTT (married to Nancy Louise, granddaughter of Philemon Wright) The Judge objected to some serving as arbitrators and favoured others.
OBJECTED: E. MALLOCH – WM STEWART – JOHN EGAN – JOSEPH AUMOND – D.B. PAINEAU – THO'S MCKAY - FAVOURED: A. WORKMAN – JOHN MCNIDER – ISAAC SMITH – LOUIS J. PAPINEAU – A.E. MONTMARQUET – M.V. NOEL -- JOHN (LAWES?).
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PHILEMON WRIGHT JR s/o PHILEMON & ABIGAIL WRIGHT married SALLY OLMSTEAD on 23 May 1808 by Rev. Rich'd Bradford, Chatham – copied from family records.
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Second copy of No. 114.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Additional document.
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Aylmer 1 May 1842 – Letter of LOUIS DRUMMOND addressed to ‘my dear sir’
The bearer tells me DAVIDSON is determined to carry away your timber not withstanding the -?- I have him to take any number of new -?- he may require to protect it. They -?- be perfectly justifiable in repelling -?- while acting under his orders. Yours truly Louis Drumond. Letter sent to RUGGLES WRIGHT.
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Montreal – King’s Bench – February Term 1832
BENJAMIN BABCOCK Plaintiff, of Dist. Of Mtl. Carpenter
Vs
ABEL PATCKIN alias ABEL PATCHINN et al Defendants
Plaintiff complains NATHANIEL D. BINGHAM of the same area as Plaintiff-Bailiff Yeoman and Abel Patchin alias Abel Patchinn ____________ ___________ at the time of the grievance – held a certain which he occupied did __________ ___________ to injure said Plaintiff. Defendants to pay £300.
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Additional document.
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In the court of Upper (sic) Canada. To PHILEMON WRIGHT JR., RUGGLES WRIGHT and Captain EASTERBROOK
Whereas in a certain cause lately commenced and now at issue in His Majesty’s Court of King’s Bench in and for the Province of Upper Canada wherein JOHN LE BRETON is Plaintiff and ELISHA COLLAN in Defendant. The essence of the dispute appears to have been that the witnesses for the most part lived in Lower Canada. The first three persons mentioned above were to judge who of the witnesses should heard, and why. Signed JOHN SMALL.
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Letter from Rideau Barrachs dated 30 October -?- addressed to Mr. ? WRIGHT
Sir: I am directed by Lt. Col BY to procure some building at Burrett’s Rapids near the Lock as a store and quarters for four men, and am directed by him (Col. By) to apply to you to know if you can spare any of your buildings for the purpose, and if not, to request you to make arrangements with anyone who can – Rent of course [will] be paid for the Locks as long as it is occupied, which will be till the completion of the Blockhouse. I should be glad of an immediate answer to have the instructions to the Corporate in charge of the work.
Letter writer’s signature illegible.
[NOTE: As Lt-Col. By was in charge of the construction of the canal system between Kingston & Bytown between 1826 and 1832, the letter was written between those dates, and as PHILEMON WRIGHT was still alive in 1832, it is likely the letter was addressed to him].
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Letter dated Quebec 21 April 1824 addressed to P. WRIGHT & SONS at Hull, W.C. (should be L.C.) from RICHARDSON, MCALPIN & CO – we send a letter for WILIAM MCCONNELL We…grateful….you’ll have it given to him…as we have written to him…no reply…even addressed to your care – The prices of lumber next year will be favourable…especially pine deals…and staves.
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Letter dated Aylmer 5 Mar 1846 from ANDREW LEAMY to R[UGGLES] WRIGHT – Dear Sir I find -?- from my -?- -?- usual -?- that some of the lumber and -?- is of such a large size that it requires to -?- to -?- it, and as the season is so far advanced and to be certain to be -?- -?- the timber -?- I find that another -?- of -?- will be required for about 10 or -?- -?- of -?- spruce can be got the better. Will you be so kind as to send me an order to the Victoria Farm for 60 to 80 bushels of potatoes and let me know if I may purchase any more -?- -?- -?- Farmer. Please let the -?- -?- four dollars and by doing so you will oblige, your ob. serv't – signed: Andrew Leamy.
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Letter dated Aylmer Creek 8 Mar 1846 from ANDREW LEAMY to: (possibly Ruggles Wright – see No 123 above) Dear Sir: Mr. MCKEY’S(?) man had the Generosity of Cuting (sic) from four to five hundred saw logs on your limits at Lake St. Marie. I have put a stop to them and has giving the logs to Mr. Alonzo’s (WRIGHT?) man which the (sic) have -?- on and marked in his name drawed (sic) and -?- drawed (sic) as the (sic) are the (sic) have destroyed a good lot of timber and very convenient to draw (sic) he will likely go to see you about them but do not consent to let him have them as the (sic) are now marked AW. Be so kind as send me a few lines by the first opportunity. signed: Andrew Leamy.
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Letter dated: Montreal 15 Aug 1843 from DRUMMOND P. BARNARD to RUGGLES WRIGHT. Dear Sir: The draft for £28-15s-0d was -?- on the 4th instant was duly -?- by Mr. REILTO(?) and the amount thereof was handed over by us to Mr. MCKAY (-?- -?- land to -?- whose (sic) receipt we hold for the full amount -?- -?- N.C.? judgement. If £9-15s-0d for sundry accounts was just to -?- -?- was correct the other item being charged precisly as they should according to our calculations. You would have had about £10 -?- from -?- after paying Mr. McKAY. This sum has been met by the charge for subsequent accounts. I remain, etc. Drummond Barnard.
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Letter dated Montreal 25 Sept 1841 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to RUGGLES WRIGHT
Dear Sir: Yours of the 22nd inst., enclosing -?- the 3 -?-, also I had the honor (sic) of forwarding -?- time since -?- contained also -?- note of the -?- in my favor (sic) for £50-0s-0d was duly received this morning. I sincerely thank you for the remittance which I have no doubt of rendering nunilable at the Bank. There was ample time to -?- the -?- had we not been deceived by the person who took charge of them having mailed at the -?- instead of handing them in person to yourself or leaving them with Mr. -?- as he had formally promised to -?- have them altered for the sixteenth -?- and enclosed them herewith. They are also accompanied by a letter of instruction to HOLT after having personally instituted a search for the record after MCWILLIAM’s case.
[The balance of the letter has reference to Lots [of land], who owns same acreage etc].
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Letter dated Montreal 25 Jan 1842 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to RUGGLES WRIGHT
Dear Sir: I take liberty of introducing to your -?tance my young friend and pupil Mr. CHEUICH(?) who proceeds to your District to prepare such business as I shall have to conduct thus in the next ensuing Terms – MR. CHEUICH will take a pleasure in rendering you every assistance in his power either in -?- of any (suits?) you may have to institute or in the way of communicating with me concerning the settlement of your other affairs. You may place -?- -?- reliance in his prudence, industry and intelligence. I remain, etc., etc.
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Letter dated Onslow 6 Nov 1838 from EDMUND EDEY to RUGGLES WRIGHT, Sir, I am just out of pork and please send three or four barrels on Wednesday -?- without fail. I should not [have] been so bad[ly] off but I had expected some up the -?- last -?- as you and I talk[ed] but I know think that I did not understand you properly. Perhaps you expected me to write before I was in want, but as you sent me some before, without writing. I still expected some as soon as it would from -?- . Please send me a cook with the pork. I shall come down next week and wish you to prepare some provender and also secure [procure] the oxen at the BENEDICTS and much oblige yours, etc.
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Letter dated Montreal 17 January 1846 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to ISAAC JONES (Esq?)
Sir: I owe you an apology for having delayed so long in my answer to yours of the 9th
[The balance of the letter was meaningful to Drummond and Jones. It refers to which accounts certain funds should be placed.]
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Letter dated Montreal 17 January 1846 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to R[UGGLES] WRIGHT
My dear Sir: [here follows: the balance, etc., etc. – see 129 above].
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Letter dated Montreal 18 August 1843 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to R. WRIGHT
My dear Sir: Mr. LEAMY who will hand you this was admitted into Bankruptcy Court this morning. I had great difficulty to convince myself that I should not advise him to do otherwise lest his sale to you should not only prevent him getting a certificate, but would bring you into trouble. On considering, however, that he might be forced into the Bankruptcy Court by any one of his creditors. I prefer for your interest as well that he should come forward as a voluntary applicant and I trust I shall be able to get him through. Come what may you must be reimbursed for all you have laid out on the raft and be paid. Moreover your dividend on the debt due to the Estate remains. Signed: L.T. Drummond.
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Letter dated Montreal 15 Sept 1841 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to RUGGLES WRIGHT Hull.
My dear Sir: Your favor (sic) of the 6th ins't. reached me in due time. I have been unable as yet to procure the information you require from the circumstance of the record in the MCMILLAN suite being put astray. Although immediately o the arrival of your letter a search was instituted it has not yet been found in the Prottonotarie’s or in Mr. --‘s office. I presume it must be in Mr. --‘s possession and if such is the case I must await his return to communicate the information you desire.
(The balance of this is in similar vein. However the name of Mr. LEAMY is twice introduced; please refer to No 31, above).
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Letter dated Montreal 8 Nov 1841 from LEWIS T. DRUMMOND to RUGGLES WRIGHT Hull
My dear Sir: After the close of the Superior -?- I was -?- compelled to attend at the Court of Quarter Sessions during the whole of last term which ended on Saturday last. This will explain the delay in forwarding an opinion which I trust we will forward by the close of the week.
(The balance of this letter endorses the services of Mr. CHEUICH? About whom I previously wrote to you – see No 127 above – We are unable to continue the layout for him as other students are pressing to join the firm. Give him a modest place for him and his family and an adequate salary and you will profit)
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Letter dated Montreal 13 April 1837 from CAMPBELL SWEENY to RUGGLES WRIGHT Hull Twp
Dear Sir: Your favor (sic) of the 9th instant was duly received by me on the morning of the 12th (yesterday). And I avail myself of the next post to answer the several points referred to by you. In the first place as respects the important suit V HARVEY and others -?- -?- that you -?- I have never ceased to be -?- engaged (person’s name?) I then informed you that the Motion to -?- of the Crown which had been duly made in Open Court on the 14th Feb 1832 [the day on which the (cause?) was put – argued on its merits] was missing and no others to be found in the Accord – to discover the mystery to find that -?- or have it replaced so as to enable the Court to give judgement in our favor (sic) as it stated in such case it was prepared to do was the (grand?) object to accomplish the object of our -?- -?- Mr. JAMES STUART who happened to be there at Montreal and in his return to Quebec entered into a correspondence with him on the subject the result was my 1st affidavit herewith enclosed. I c -?-ted this affidavit to -.- General OGDEN but from him I obtained no satisfaction – subsequently having ascertained that the missing Motion was in the possession of Mr. Wm WALKER the -?- Attorney. I made affidavit No 2 herewith also enclosed and communicated the same both to OGDEN & Mr. STUART. The former declined interference, but the latter was of opinion that the matter should be immediately brought before the Court. I accordingly made the following motion and filed in support thereof, My two affidavits “Motion on the part and behalf of the Plaintiffs in this cause that WILLIAM WALKER Esq -?- the Attorney -?- -?- of the Defendants in this cause be ordered and held bound by this Honorable (sic) Court forthwith to produce and file of record in the said cause as of the 14th day of February 1832 -?- protem a motion in writing by C.A. OGDEN Esq. as representing the Crown to discontinue the -?- of the Crown in the said cause theretofor made and filed by the said C.A. OGDEN which motion -?- in point of fact made in Open Court in the said cause on the said 14th Feb 1832 and which motion is now in the hands and possession of the said WILLIAM WALKER Esq. -?- -?- on Thursday next the 13th.”
(This lengthy letter continues for another two pages – further copying would serve no useful purpose).
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(This peculiar document seems to start in the middle of one of its two sides with the words “Cross examined”
  • To the first Cross -?- this Deponent saith: “The knowledge that I have that the said cribs which were conveyed through the slides as I have above-stated belonged to the said Defendant was grounded before the said cribs being marked with the initials of the Defendant upon them being conducted through the slide by the said Defendant or -?- for -?- all of whom at the times specified in the said items. I was acquainted with and upon the acknowledgement of the Defendant made -?- to the effect that the said items I have deposed to were correct.”
  • To the second cross -?- this Deponent saith: “The charge for the conveyance of a crib of timber through the said slide was never to my knowledge less than five shillings currency.”
  • “I have acknowledged as I have above-stated that all the cribs specified in the said items I have deposed to belong to the Defendant -?- conveyed through the slide at his request” (note that there is a gap between the third cross -?- and the eighth).
  • To the eighth -.- -.- this Deponent saith: “I have not -?- the employ of the late firm of PHILEMON WRIGHT & Sons previous to the dates of the items referred to in this -?-“.
  • To the nineth -.- the Deponent saith: “I have always known the Defendant to be a lumber dealer and trader.”
  • To the tenth -.- the Deponent saith: “I am not aware that I can say anything more in respect of the (Suit?) that may tend to the benefit of either Plaintiff or Defendant.”
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Letter dated Quebec 17 Jan 1803 from PHILEMON WRIGHT to SAMUEL PHILLIPS Esq also at Quebec (city). [Mr. Phillips is obviously an officer representing the government]
“Sir, Having come to a determination in respect to the distribution of the one quarter part of the Township of Hull awarded by Government to myself and Associates, I have to request of you to confirm to the Memorandum given in to you on the 17th instant respecting the same in your application on my behalf.
In order to obviate any difficulty arrising, or which may arrise (sic) with the Dy. Surveyer General in respect to the several returns made by Mr. THEODORE DAVIS regarding the survey and subdivision of the Township of Hull, I must rely implicitly upon your discretion and better judgment to obtain a return to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor’s Warrant of Survey of that Tract of such a description as will extricate me from any embarrassment hereafter on the subject thereof and relieve my Associates therein.
I shall take the earliest opportunity to transmit to you the Certificate of the Commissioner at Montreal of the Oath being administered to the Approved Associates in the Township of Onslow, and if possible the distribution accompanying the same of the lots I wish to have granted in the name of each individual Associate in the said Township, which I pray you to forward under the forms prescribed. I secure my interest therein as purchaser of the rights of Mr. ROSWELL MINER the Leader of the same.
From time to time I shall transmit you further instructions for your Government in the premises to which I pray you -?- and I must request you to attend carefully that no Application which may be brought forward by other individuals may interfere with my interest in the Township of Hull, Onslow or Templeton while I am absent which it may be in your power to prevent.
I am Sir, your very humble servant,
(signed) Philemon Wright
[This letter of “instructions” was not put together by Philemon Wright, but by some unknown scribe who drafted Wright’s wishes in a manner acceptable to those concerned. At least the signature of Wright is genuine. P.M.O. E.]
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Miss ROSINA WRIGHT’s account to the Estate of RUGGLES WRIGHT dated 1864
July 18Amt. of A/C rend.217.79
Sept 16Cash from Mr. Workman40.00
257.79
Nov 19By Rents – for statement113.62
114.17
Dec. 6To Cash from AW50.00
194.17
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Miss ROSINA WRIGHT In account w/Estate of R. WRIGHT dated 1864
July 2686 days rent for Prevost, at $80 per annum18.84
Aug 173 17/31 mos do for Eddy at $140 per annum41.42
Sept 14 mos do of bakery at $60 per annum 20.00
Nov 19 202 days do for Frechette at $60 per annum33.36
$113.62
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Copy of a letter from Governor-General to RUGGLES WRIGHT Junior dated Montreal 31 Oct 1846. Concerning Mr. Wright’s memorial of Aug 8 to be discharged from liabilities incurred by Wright to the government. The response was affirmative.
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Letter dated Montreal 1 Oct 1850 to RUGGLES WRIGHT Senior by Drummond & Loranger on behalf of C. ? DUNLAP “Dear Sir: I beg to hand you herewith the exhibits J.K. & R filed in the suit 2303 – Too long to copy – take care – return to record.
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Memorandum of Applicants for Lots in Waterloo Village (later to become Gatineau Point). Dated: Hull, April 1840. List includes names and Lots requested.
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Draft of “Memorandum of an Agreement made and executed on the -- day of --“ [etc., etc.] Memorandum between RUGGLES WRIGHT and LOIS RICKER widow of the late TIBERIUS WRIGHT [older brother of Ruggles].
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List of Sundrie Papers and Documents referring to the Estate of P. WRIGHT & Sons given to Mr. R. WRIGHT on leaving for Montreal 5th Feb 1848.
List of eleven items and list of alphabeted item from A to J, both inclusive.
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Legal Document, No 322, showing the descendants of the late PHILEMON WRIGHT Junior to the number of six, one of which, EREXINA WRIGHT wife of ANDREW LEAMY is used as an example, on 5 March 1838, to indicate that Erexina inherited 65 acres of land. This was recorded in the Ottawa County Registry Office in the Township of Hull 1 July 1839, being recorded in Book 3, page 399 by JAMES F. TAYLOR Registrar Co. Ottawa.
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No 5,918 Aylmer 17 Sept 1864. Donation by RUGGLES WRIGHT Junior, CHARLES BROWN WRIGHT and others to WILLIAM McKAY WRIGHT being certain properties owned by the donors.
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Second copy of 143 above.
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Additional document.
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1st May 1864 JOHN MONTEITH in account with the Estate of RUGGLES WRIGHT
May 1st to 5 month’s rent at $60 per annum£6-5s-0d
May 1st, 1865 to one year rent at $60 per annum£15-0s-0d
£21-5s-0d or $85.00
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Nov 16, 1865 NARCISE FRECHETTE in account with MCKAY WRIGHT to one year’s rent of house at $80 per annum. $80.00 less $25 = $55.00
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Location Ticket at Onslow 12 March 1835 of Lot 18, Range 4 (Clergy Allowance) of 240 acres to PHILEMON WRIGHT for £90-10s-0d of which £45-5s-0d is the first instalment.
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Location Ticket at Onslow 12 June 1835 of Lot 14, Range 3 of 110 acres to PHILEMON WRIGHT for £41-9s-7d of which £20-14s-9½d are the 1st and 2nd instalments.
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a) Receipt dated Bytown 2 Feb 1835 from P. WRIGHT £45-5s-0d being the 1st and 2nd instalments on Lot 18 Range 4 at Onslow (including the broken front) of 200 acres at 7/6½ per acre. Signed: John Burrows, agent.
b) Receipt dated Bytown 8 Apr 1835 from P. WRIGHT £58-8s-11½d being the 1st and 2nd instalments of Lots 14, Range 3 and 25, Range 4 at Onslow. Subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Signed John Burrows, agent.
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Dated 2 Nov 1826 received by JOHN *MOOR (sic) of the Township of Ardley (sic) in the County of York and District of Montreal Lot 21 Range 4 (with broken front) of the Township of Onslow for the sum of £1-5s-0d per acre, surrender by P. WRIGHT [note: a signature MOHR].
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Statement of Fees on the Patent for 12,667½ acres of Land granted in the Township of Onslow - £45-16s-0d. Received from PHILEMON WRIGHT – dated Quebec 10 Nov 1808. James F Taylor.
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Surveyor–General’s Office, Quebec 4 March 1802. It being the wish of ROSWELL MINER and others concerned in the Township of Onslow that you should be the person nominated to carry the survey and subdivision of the quarter allotted them, into effect. This was apparently done to the satisfaction of all.
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Report of a committee of the whole Council granting a survey and subdivision of Onslow dated 22 March 1800. The petition of ROSWELL MINER is hereby granted.
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a) Deed of Bargain and Sale by JOSEPH RICE to P. WRIGHT & Sons of Lot Range 3 of Onslow, made at Hull in the District of Montreal and Province of Lower Canada 1 May 1837.
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b) Affidavits in support of the Rice petition.
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This Indenture made 2 January 1836 between TIBERIUS WRIGHT & PHILEMON WRIGHT Sr in consideration of £200 paid by the son (Tiberius) to the father, for Lot 4 concession No 1 in the Township of Onslow is effected.
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Quitclaim from JOSEPH RICE in consideration of £132 paid by PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS. I quit claim for ever Lot 10 in the 3rd concession in the Township of Onslow. 24 Aug 1836.
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Dated Hull 5 Feb 1830 JOSEPH MEADOW sells to PHILEMON WRIGHT the east half of Lot 20 Range 4 (including broken front) in the Township of Osnlow, containing 103 acres for £180-5s-0d, within 3 years.
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Dated Quebec City 12 June 1835 PHILEMON WRIGHT pays £37-14s-0d for Clergy Reserved Land, and an amount must be completed at the rate of £75-8s-4d per installments of two on Lot 25 Range 4 in the Township of Onslow. Said lot containing 200 acres. Payments due to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, Lower Canada.
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Indenture dated Hull 1 January 1836 between TIBERIUS WRIGHT & PHILEMON WRIGHT in which the former pays five shillings to the latter on the leasing of land known as Lot 4 in Concession One in the Township of Onslow. The term of the lease to be one year. Failure to keep all parts of this agreement may result in demand of one pepper corn.
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Bond dated Hull 5 February 1830 between PHILEMON WRIGHT who sells to WILLIAM GIBSON the West Half of Lot 26, Range 4 in the Township of Onslow (including the broken front) of 103 acres for £1-15s-0d per acre. Full amount being £18-5s-0d.
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Dated Quebec City 17 April 1837 Certificate of Letters Patent granted to JOSEPH RICE Lot 10 Range 3 in the Township of Onslow (being Clergy Reserve) containing 144 acres.
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PHILEMON WRIGHT & Sons (the firm) is held bound to DAVID MOLTON for two hundred pounds (£200) to be paid to Ricker this 26 December 1836. Failure to make full payment by 1 January 1840 Ricker shall nominate & appoint to such use as he shall direct the South Half of Lot 1 in Range 5 of the Township of Onslow, containing 100 acres.
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Extract from a Report of a Committee of the Whole Council – approved of – by His Excellency the Lieut-Governor in Council at Quebec City 23 March 1803 – Certified: Herman Ryland –
On the petition of JOHN RICHARDSON, THOMAS & JOHN FORSYTH praying for the reasons that a Warrant may be issued to a confidential survey to ascertain where the actual front line of the Township of Onslow is situated, and also that of the tract which comprehends the 1000 acres prayed for by JOSEPH MONDION & Co.
The Committee recommends that the Petitioners be at liberty to cause the surveys, which they pray for, to be made, on condition that such surveys be made at their own expense, but by surveyors to be named by His Excellency and that such surveyors be directed [as in the text] to be completed by 1st August next.
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Small leather covered book, 6¼” x 4”, entitled P. WRIGHT Land Book Onslow. Inside of front cover, in exquisite calligraphy, Philemon Wright’s Land Business, and on the first page Charter for the Front of the Township of Onslow. The beautiful hand-lettering continues on the following pages which follow, which is a running record of who owned what and when on pages which amount to 51. Let one page suffice to indicate the style and manner of entries of the remaining fifty.
Lot 27 Range 4 – 200 acres
Chartered to: K.J. WOLCOT and relinquished to P. WRIGHT 12 Nov 1808 before T. Tetu and J. Belanger, Notaries Public, Québec
Chartered: means “Land granted to”
In the above cast Wright had to buy the land. The price depended on the worth of the Lot. If the land was prime for crops, if it had buildings upon it the price would be fairly high. On the other hand it was rocky, with little or no soil; or partially under water in the spring the cost would be far less.
NOTE: The numbers from 149 to 166 (inclusive) deal entirely with THE TOWNSHIP OF ONSLOW.
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Township of Hull list of persons for whom PHILEMON WRIGHT has paid the location fees
PATENTEESACRESMONEY
HULL
1 April 18301WILLIAM YOUNG200 7 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18302JOHN PICKIN2007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18303JAMES CLITON1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18304GEORGE STEVENS1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18305JOHN WATSON1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18306CHARLES CLAFFEY1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18307WILLIAM HUDSON1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18308LOUIS AKEY1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18309PATRICK MCDADE2007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183010JOHN CARRIGAN2007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183011JOHN HOGAN111-22P7 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183012JOHN CAPLIS111-227 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183013PATRICK HOGAN111-227 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183014 NEIL CURRIE1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183015RICHARD DAILEY Sen.1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183016RICHARD DAILEY Jun.1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183017MICHAEL DAILEY1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183018EDWARD DAILEY1007 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 183019FRANCIS LINK7 shillings 8 pennies
TEMPLETON
1 April 18301BARNABAS MAGIS or MAGIF 907 shillings 8 pennies
1 April 18302LAURENCE MAGIS or MAGIF907 shillings 8 pennies
Total £8-11s-0d
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RUGGLES WRIGHT Jr to George Burns Symes (appointed agent)
re: current account, with interest
£3485-19s-5d – carried over £2,735-5s-8d
(signed) George B. Symes – 2 Feb 1844
(Note: This accounting is possibly the son, Ruggles Wright Junior, helping his father to collect outstanding debts to assist in the winding up of affairs of Philemon Wright & Sons which folded on the death of the senior Philemon.)
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We WILLIAM HALL & HAMOND GOWEN of the City of Quebec, of the District of Quebec, merchants; are firmly bound to PHILIPPE AUBERT of Gaspe, Sheriff of the District of Quebec for £6,000 Sterling of Great Britain, to be paid to said Sheriff by 20 Aug 1819. A quantity of timber belonging to PHILEMON WRIGHT having been seized by the Sheriff before the 12 of August last and the £6,000 returned to the King. Signed by William Hall & Hamond Gowen, before witnesses.
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Typed copy dated Quebec City 23 Feb 1836 Articles of Co-partnership between PHILEMON WRIGHT & Sons before Archibald Campbell, Notary Public & given the No 1947 inventoried and marked No 29 by H.B. Wright, Notary Public [not related to the other Wrights].
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Estimation of damages of various kinds, to the number of 10, equalling £9,884-0s-0d. Although no names or dates are given the text implies that the person was PHILEMON WRIGHT and the dated prior 1839 when he died.
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Articles of Co-partnership between JAMES COLMAN & W. MCKAY WRIGHT signed at Aylmer 23 Nov 1863 for the term of one year. Either partner may dissolve the partnership at any time, provided a month’s notice is given by on to the other. No mention is made of continuing beyond one year of the partnership.
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A & b The King’s Bench, by a Warrant, numbered 89, summoning, P. WRIGHT & Sons Plaintiffs and WILLIAM DUNNING of Hull in the District of Montreal, Defendant. On the judgement rendered at Montreal 22 Nov 1827 the Defendant was required to pay the Plaintiffs the sum of £37-6s-4½d.
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List of Deeds to be inventoried – from the will of P. WRIGHT. Deed of Partage – Lots 10 & 11 Range 2 Hull – Lots 8, 9, 10 & 11 Range 3 Hull – S½ of Lot 13 Range 7 Hull – N½ of Lot 7 Range 3 Onslow – Lot 5 Range 2 Onslow – Broken front – Nepean – Sheriff’s deed of Lot 20 Range -?- Hull to (H. ALLAN?) & ALLAN’s transfer to R.W. (Ruggles WRIGHT Jr) – Crownlands receipt for S½ of Lot 18 Range 12 Hull – sale to R Jr (Ruggles WRIGHT Jr) of Lots 5 & 7 Range 3 Onslow – Deed of Sale of Lots 28 & 29 Range 1 Bristol – Deed of Sale for the village lot, Calidonia Springs – Judgement: McConnell – Deed from -?- Sherwood, Sheriff of Lot 15 Range 9 of K-?- Transfer & Subrogation from Subrogation from Hon. COUCHON to R Jr (Ruggles WRIGHT Jr) Victoria Farm. Sale to R Jr (Ruggles WRIGHT Jr) Township of Wright.
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Memorandum of some unknown person’s expenses on leaving Hull, via Lachine to Quebec and return. Document very fragile – some part or parts missing – not useful.
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No 5 JOSEPH LAFONTAIN PlaintiffAttorney’s fee £5-10s-0d
Versus
ANDREW LEAMY DefendantAttorney’s fee£1-0s-0d
Sundry other fees£1-14s-3d
Sundry other fees £4-15-0d
Subtotal£12-19s-3d
Statement
Total of above costs£12-19s-3d
Mr. Aylen’s costs£6-12s-0d
£19-11s-3d
Addit costs on execution £1-3s-4d
GRAND TOTAL£21-4s-7d
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George the Third by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith to: PHILEMON WRIGHT & SONS Defendants. You are to pay the Plaintiff £10-6s-10d plus costs of 7/8 (7 shillings & 8 pennies). Dated Montreal 16 September 1818 in the fifty eighth year of our reign - Paid receipt attached.
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1783a
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WILLIAM (sometimes shortened to Wm) MCKAY WRIGHT M.P. son of RUGGLES WRIGHT Sr and his second wife ROSINA MCDOWALL bought several articles from the Estate of his late father. The transactions were recorded on separate sheets of paper numbered, in pencil, from 1 to 9 inclusive.
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Notation from James LATCHFORD to W. MCKAY WRIGHT "your horses ceased working for estate on Thursday, 17 December 1863" Latchford charges the feed of the horses since that date to the estate.
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Agreement dated 11th January 1877 between CHARLES ESPLIN (of the Village of New Edinburgh) et al and JOHN RUDOLPHUS BOOTH (of the City of Ottawa) have leased from CHARLES BROWN WRIGHT (son of the late RUGGLES WRIGHT Sr. and the late HANNAH CHAMBERLIN (1st wife of Ruggles Wright Sr). Charles Brown Wright was of the City of Hull, County of Ottawa, Province of Québec. He had leased to Booth the lot commonly called the cement mill lot. The said J.R. Booth also leased Lot 2 situated in the Upper Village of Hull, noted on the plan prepared by W.A. Austin Provincial survey – or which concerns a building housing mill machinery, which machinery it was desired to be disconnected form the water wheel which would allow a grist and flour mill to be operated in its place. This agreement was assented to 11 January 1877.
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This paper seems to be a memorandum addressed to L.T. DRUMMOND dated at Hull, February 1847. It concerns an agreement between A.W. & R.W. (possibly ALONZO WRIGHT M.P. (son of Tiberius Wright and nephew of Ruggles Wright Sr. It would seem that the second set of initials would indeed be that of RUGGLES WRIGHT Senior. This agreement may not have been implemented by the two parties for lack of time. It seems to be centered on Burrit’s Rapids. D.R. STEWART may have seen the memorandum which he noted with a tick. Either Mr. Stewart or some unknown scribe pencilled a notation which is almost indecipherable.
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This item appear to be rough draft twelve pages in length, the first four pages have been detached. Those pages which remain suggest that at least two of the “players” were as in No 182 above, namely ALONZO WRIGHT M.P. (son of TIBERIUS WRIGHT) and RUGGLES WRIGHT Senior. The message of the remaining portion of the draft is a somewhat lengthy explanation of what happened following the death of his older brother TIBERIUS 2nd son of Philemon Wright.
At this time PHILEMON WRIGHT and all his sons, except RUGGLES WRIGHT Sr. are deceased, which puts the date of the draft as after 1843.
Perhaps the document of which this only appears to be a draft was never assembled. At this late date (1996) this query (if it is question) may never be answered.
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This strange paper has the two dates 7 November 1854 and year 1855 which sets the time R. WRIGHT & RUGGLES WRIGHT are probably the Senior. His son Ruggles Jr only survived his father’s decease by nine years.
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Copie Dans Le Banc du RoiJEAN-BAPTISTE PRUNIERPlaintiff, of the Parish of St. Hyacinthe of the County of Richelieu
PHILEMON WRIGHTDefendant of the Township of Hull in the County of York, District of Montreal
Philemon Wright to pay£40-5s-4d - 20 July 1818
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Copie Dans Le Banc du RoiFRANCOIS PRUNIERPlaintiff, of the Parish of St-Hyacinthe of the County of Richelieu
PHILEMON WRIGHTDefendant of the Township of Hull in the County of York, District of Montreal
Philemon Wright to pay£43-9s-3d - 20 July 1818
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Copie Dans Le Banc du RoiJOSEPH DUBÉPlaintiff, of the Parish of St Denis of the County of Richelieu
PHILEMON WRIGHTDefendant of the Township of Hull in the County of York, District of Montreal
Philemon Wright to pay£39-12s-6d - 20 July 1818
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Unbound, but printed (4¼ x 7 inches) version of RUGGLES WRIGHT Senior’s petition to the Governor-General, His Excellency the Rt. Hon. James Earl of Elgin and Kincardine Governor General of British North America, etc., etc., etc. This piece consists of 98 pages, 92 of them in printed, and the hand-written response of Secretary Thomas A. Begly.
The petition of Wright extols the timber slides constructed by him at both the Chaudière Falls and the one at the Chats Falls, including the rail lines he had laid down at the latter. Wright points out that the slides installed by him were on Wright property and that ‘his’ sliders were far superior to those put in under the supervision of the Governments Board of Works and furthermore he was upset by the Board’s Rates of Slidage.
Secretary Begly’s negative response allows Wright to continue operating the slides as previously but in no way may he interfere with the publics’ weab?
Ruggles is “stretching the truth” in claiming that the slides as his invention. He borrowed the idea from the Scandinavians who beat him to it.
NOTE: The following were banded together with a notation inscribed upon it
MEMORANDUMS (sic) & DUPLICATES OF ACCTS. P. WRIGHT & Sons.
A search was made in this Catalogue for duplication but none was located. Under the circumstance, therefore, it was decided to catalogue all the documents so banded. The numbering will continue, starting with number 189.
However, upon completion, this bundle will be inside its own cover and its contents noted on that cover.
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Rents due 15th Nov. 1843 on Lands in Templeton
PURCHASER or LESSEELOTSITUATIONAMOUNT DUE
P. CHARRON3Con. B£1-10s-3½d
A. GALLIPEAU8Con. B8-15-7
      ditto9Con. B8-13-10
THO'S MCGOEY18Con. B20-3-4
L. BAITHEHOLME (difficult?)19Con. B8-7-0½paid in part new £4-6-0
L. ST PIERRE20Con. B17-4-2
     ditto23Con. C13-11-8
N. SAYANT26Con. C1-7-9
*P. OULETT27Con. C0-13-1½marked paid
     ditto28Con. C0-13-0½marked paid
PURR GEYER NOTE (difficult?)30Con. C13-10-0
PHILIP FINTAINE (FONTAINE?)31Con. C7-19-2
FRAN BRUNE (difficult?)33Con. C5-8-8
     ditto34Con. C7-13-0
JOS BOUDION35Con. C12-15-0
GAB BELFOI (difficult?)38Con. C12-0-4
FRAN SEGUIN39Con. C8-5-4
H. BENOIT½ of No. 12, Range 1Con. B10-12-3
F. MANETTE½ of No. 12, Range 1Con. B9-18-0
B. BASGUINE (difficult?)½ of No. 13, Range 1Con. B9-10-9
*P. OULETTE Sr.½ of No. 13, Range 1Con. B9-7-3
P. OULETT Jr.½ of No. 14, Range 1Con. B4-11-6½
P. GIROUX½ of No. 14, Range 1Con. B8-12-9
L. EQUEIR (difficult?)½ of No. 15, Range 1Con. B7-11-3
     ditto½ of No. 15, Range 1Con. B7-0-4½
C. GALLIPEAU½ of No. 16, Range 1Con. B6-13-3
F. SAYANT½ of No. 16, Range 1Con. B5-2-1
ANDRE LADAROOT (difficult?)
VAN MULLETT
33Con. B and D7-11-3
BEN LADAROOT34Con. B and D8-5-6
LEON GALLIPEAU
C. CHARO
35Con. B and D7-7-6
LEON GALLIPEAU
A. GALLIPEAU
39 & 40Con. B and D10-12-3
M. CASSINEAU36Con. B and D9-12-0
JOS NEDDEAU37 & 3812-4-9
£283-4-1
J. MENARD323-17-6
JOS BOUDOIN353-16-6
M. FONTAINE311-12-6Balance
F. SEGUIN3912-16-6
£296-0-7
-?- JOHNSTON3612-15-0
     ditto4017-0-10
29-15-10
     Less hay9-5-9
£316-9-8
     Less on No 194-1
TOTAL£312-8-8
The above (No. 189) provided difficult to understand. What started as a report of 15 Nov 1843 finally became a working sheet, with its additions and subtractions.
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Memorandum of Wages Paid on the Victoria and Onslow Farms: 1839 to 1843.
Addressed to His Excellency The Earl of Elgin & Kincardine – Governor General.
VICTORIA FARM
1839See ledger C488J. FULFORD£70-12s-0d
1840See ledger C488ditto72-18-6
1840See ledger C367Sundry Wages38-15-0
1841See ledger C448ditto79-14-7
1841See ledger C488ditto42-5-3
1841See PWS 30J. FULFORD66-0-0PWS may mean P. Wright & Sons Ledger No. 30
1842See PWS 30Sundry Wages145-14-8PWS may mean P. Wright & Sons Ledger No. 30
1842See PWS 30J. FULFORD72-0-0PWS may mean P. Wright & Sons Ledger No. 30
1842See ledger C488ELI AUGER14-17-9
1843See PWS 30Sundry Wages51-7-4
1843See PWS 30ditto J.F108-15-5
1843See PWS 30J. FULFORD 78-0-0
1843See PWS 30ditto 7 mos45-10-0
TOTAL£886-10-6
ONSLOW FARM
1839See ledger C99G. GAUDRON£29-13-4
1839See ledger C137Sundry Wages6-14-2
1839See ledger C219ditto15-0-0
1840See ledger C417PAT KELLY12-4-2
1840See ledger C417MOSES EDY (sic) Jr 2-5-0Should be EDEY
1841See ledger C417H. GILPIN38-1-7
1841See ledger C417JOHN MOHES7-11-3MOHR?
1841See ledger C417F. DRAPEAU18-17-6
1842See ledger C417N. RICKER14-2-1
1842See ledger C417MARY MARTIN15-0
1842See ledger C417PERRAULT & RATELLE24-15-0
1842See ledger C417N. RICKER75-0-0
1842See ledger C417MARY M. PARTHIN1-7-3
1843See ledger C417J.W. WYMAN 100-12-8
TOTAL£346-19-0
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R. WRIGHT Sr in account with P. WRIGHT & Sons
July 15, 1844 to Nov 20 1844Credit £5686-17-1
    Debit 480-1-0½480-1-0½
      £5686-17-1Too faint to read 154-1-4½
Too faint to read 634-2-5
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(Copy) P. WRIGHT & SONS to TIB WRIGHT Tiberius Wright 2nd son of Philemon Sr.
£330-7-5, 1840 – 1841.
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VOIDED (means nothing).
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A WRIGHT (presumably ALONZO WRIGHT) in account with RUGGLES WRIGHT SR. his uncle. Alonzo was the son of Tiberius. Alonzo was a Federal M.P. The figure was £324-8-10 [no dates].
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CHURCH COMMITTEE in account with P. WRIGHT & Sons 14 Feb 1828 to 11 Aug 1830 due to P. Wright & Sons £608-3-5.
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The Estate of the late PHILEMON WRIGHT & P. WRIGHT & Sons in account with RUGGLES WRIGHT Executor. The figure was £8842-3-2. 31 Aug 1845.
The portion filed under G amounted to £3175-15-9.
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Estate of P. WRIGHT & SONS in account with RUGGLES WRIGHT. From May 1849 to May 1850. The figure was £1106-19-11½.
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P. WRIGHT & SONS to RUGGLES WRIGHT. From January 1840 to November 1844. The figure was £1224-7-7½.
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Overcharges in T.W. General Account (This would be Tiberius Wright, second son of Philemon Wright) (Philemon Wright died in 1839 and Tiberius in 1841). The overcharges dates were Feb 1840 to May 1843 – The amount £302-12-9.
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The Estate of the late TIBERIUS WRIGHT in account with P. WRIGHT & SONS from 7 Nov 1839 to 20 Nov 1843. The amount £919-11-7 extracted from the books of P. WRIGHT & Sons.
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Statement of the supposed division of the Debts, Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, etc due to the Estate of P. WRIGHT & Sons between the Heirs of the late TIBERIUS WRIGHT and RUGGLES WRIGHT surviving partner of the late PHILEMON WRIGHT Esq. and of the Firm P. WRIGHT & Sons, Hull 31 December 1845 - £15013-0-6.
      Estate liabilities £5161-13-14
      One half of which is £2550-16-8
Balance due RUGGLES WRIGHT by the Heirs of the late T. WRIGHT £2796-15s-4d.
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P. WRIGHT & Sons in account with RUGGLES WRIGHT from 24 Dec 1845 to 8 Dec 1845. The amount is £823-0s-4d. Contra amount is £60-18s-6d. Dated 24 Dec 1846
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Second copy of No 202, above.
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Draft of letter dated Hull 6 Feb 1848 by RUGGLES WRIGHT addressed to his nephew ALONZO WRIGHT M.P.
Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your note of this morning and regret to see that our mother’s [the mother of Alonzo Wright was LOIS RICKER 1800-1879] choice should have fallen upon Mr. Robertson your Attorney who has been -?- and -?- in the case already for you. It would be absurd on my part as I might as well have left it to our Attorney. My opinion is that the parties chosen as Arbitrators ought to be totally disinterested or connected with our Business in any way. Therefore I beg you will reconsider the matter and appoint some others to act as your Arbitrators. Do let me hear from you this evening if possible, as I leave tomorrow morning and oblige. Yours truly – signed Ruggles Wright.
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Handwritten note in pen and ink and pencil which conveys little.