Memoriana, or a series of communications published in the Kingston Herald between the years 1839 and 1844 on the subject of the statute law of the province, or the law of the land, establishing the true boundaries and lines of survey on a permanent basis, and thereby securing the rights of land in the original patents to the loyalists and their heirs (Google eBook)
Herald office, 1843 - 62 pages
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