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Sub-sub-series consists of registers of letters received and sent, arranged by subject. These registers were apparently prepared at a later date. A list of the subjects available in each volume is as follows: 1839-1846 [Staff - Dredges - Miscellaneous - Lighthouses - Public Buildings, Province of Ontario - Public Buildings, Province of Quebec - Slides and Booms - Parliamentary Estimates - Steamers - Railroads - Banal Mills - Protection of Fisheries - St. Clair and Erie Canal] (Vol. 93); 1839-1846 [Roads - Bridges] (Vol. 93); 1839-1846 [Beauharnois Canal - Williamsburg Canals - Chambly Canal - Soulanges Canal - Burlington Bay Canal - St. Ours Lock - Rideau Canal - Murray Canal - Canal from Missisquoi to Richelieu River - Desjardins Canal - Carillon and Grenville Canal - Canals - Harbours and Piers - Improvement of Navigable Rivers - Lake St. Peter - Moving of Public Service] (Vol. 94); 1839-1846 [Trent Canal - Lachine Canal - Welland Canal - Cornwall Canal - St. Ann's Lock] (Vol. 94); 1846-1847 [Trent Canal - Lachine Canal - Welland Canal - Williamsburg Canals - Beauharnois Canal - Cornwall Canal - Soulanges Canal - St. Ours Lock - St. Ann's Lock - Chambly Canal - Burlington Bay Canal - Rideau Canal - Richelieu Canal - Desjardins Canal (or Dundas Canal) - Carillon and Grenville Canals - Sault Ste. Marie Canal - Harbours and Piers - Lake St. Peter - Public Buildings, Province of Ontario - Public Buildings, Province of Quebec - Lighthouses - Roads - Telegraph Lines - Bridges - Dredges - Removals - Banal Mills - Improvement of Navigable Rivers - Slides and Booms - Miscellaneous - Staff - Parliamentary Estimates - St. Clair and Erie Canal - Canals - Steamers - Railroads - Fisheries] (Vol. 95).
Copyright belongs to the Crown. In order to protect the fragile originals, the microfilm copies of these records must be consulted rather than the originals.
Textual records The finding aid is a typed list indicating volume number, microfilm reel number, subject, date, image number and comments. 11-4 90 (Paper)
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