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" The few old Subjects, at present in this Province, have been mostly left here by Accident, and are either disbanded Officers, Soldiers, or Followers of the Army, who, not knowing how to dispose of themselves elsewhere, settled where they were left at... "
History and Biographical Gazetteer of Montreal to the Year 1892 - Page 17
by John Douglas Borthwick - 1892 - 531 pages
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Report on Canadian Archives

Public Archives of Canada, Douglas Brymner, George F. O'Halloran - Archives - 1889
...Accident, and are either disbanded officers, soldiers, or followers of the army, who, not knowing bow to dispose of themselves elsewhere, settled where...their Fortune, at the opening of this new Channel for cpmmerce, but experience haj taught almost all of them that this Trade requires a strict Frugality,...
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The History of Canada: Canada under British rule

William Kingsford - Canada - 1892
...ihis province have been mostly left here by accident, and are either disbanded officers, soldiers or followers of the army who not knowing how to dispose...elsewhere, settled where they were left at the Reduction ; . . . Hut while this severe climate and the p >verty of the country discourages all but the natives,...
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The Province of Quebec and the early American Revolution: a study in English ...

Victor Coffin - Canada - 1896 - 562 pages
...subjects as having " been mostly left here by accident, and are either disbanded officers, soldiers, or followers of the army, who, not knowing how to dispose...could not remain at home, who set out to mend their fortunes at the opening of this new channel of commerce, " and adds that they have for the most part...
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The Geographical Distribution of the Vote of the Thirteen States ..., Volume 1

Orin Grant Libby - Constitutional history - 1897 - 116 pages
...subjects as having " been mostly left here by accident, and are either disbanded officers, soldiers, or followers of the army, who, not knowing how to dispose...could not remain at home, who set out to mend their fortunes at the opening of this new channel of commerce, " and adds that they have for the most part...
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Report, Volume 3

Public Archives Canada - Archives - 1907
...this Province, have been mostly left here by Accident, and are either disbanded Officers, Soldiers, or Followers of the Army, who, not knowing how to dispose...could not remain at Home, who set out to mend their Fortunes, at the opening of this new Channel for Commerce, but Experience has taught almost all of...
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Documents Relating to the Constitutional History of Canada, Volume 1

Canada - 1907
...this Province, have been mostly left here by Accident, and are either disbanded Officers, Soldiers, or Followers of the Army, who, not knowing how to dispose...could not remain at Home, who set out to mend their Fortunes, at the opening of this new Channel for Commerce, but Experience has taught almost all of...
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Documents Relating to the Constitutional History of Canada, Volume 1

Canada - 1907 - 734 pages
...this Province, have been mostly left here by Accident, and are either disbanded Officers, Soldiers, or Followers of the Army, who, not knowing how to dispose...could not remain at Home, who set out to mend their Fortunes, at the opening of this new Channel for Commerce, but Experience has taught almost all of...
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A history of Quebec: its resources and people : illustrated, Volume 1

Benjamin Sulte, C. E. Fryer, Laurent-Olivier David - Québec (Province) - 1908
...this province have been mostly left here by accident, and are either disbanded officers, soldiers, or followers of the army, who, not knowing how to dispose...elsewhere, settled where they were left at the reduction of the troops ; or else they are adventurers in trade, or such as could not remain at home, who set...
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Under British rule, 1760-1914

William Henry Atherton - Montréal (Québec) - 1914
...this province have been mostly left here by accident and are either disbanded officers, soldiers or followers of the army, who not knowing how to dispose of themselves elsewhere, settled where they could at the Reduction; or else they are adventurers in trade or such as could not remain at home,...
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Annuaire Du Québec: Québec Yearbook, Volume 3

Quebec (Province) - 1916
...this province, have been mostly left here by accident, and are either disbanded officers, soldiers, or followers of the army, who, not knowing how to dispose...could not remain at home, who set out to mend their fortunes, at the opening of this new channel for commerce, but experience has taught almost all of...
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