- A PARTIAL LIST OF SCARCE MAPS AND PLANS RELATING TO CANADA
- (From the collection of 7000 maps in the Dominion Archives)♦ Nicolas Deny's Map, with designs attached of--"Charnier en forme depressoir"; "Charnier en barrique"; "Les Brouettes"; "Timbre à laver la Morue"; Édifice de l'eschaffaut, complet hormis la couvertur d'un voile; Plan de l'eschaffaut, planchayé" et "Plan de l'eschaffaut portant la Terre"; MS. copy of map in the Louvre, also photo copy of map only in the Lennox Library.♦ Plan du Cap Breton dit Louisbourg, avec ses environs, Pries, par L'Amiralle Bockoune, le 26 Jullet, 1758. Dimensions, 72 x 19-1/2 inches. A rare old map copied from one in the Library of Congress, a coloured manuscript showing the positions of the English and French Fleets, the landing of the troops, the nature of the ground, the skirmishes in the environs of the City, and burning of houses, surrounding the defences; the city and defences. The French ships in the Harbour afterwards burnt, as well as the intrenchments and movements of the besieged.♦ Amerique Septentrionale. North America, etc.♦ A Map of the Sea Coast of New England, according to the actual survey made thereof by Captain Cyprian Southack. As also the outlines of several of the Provinces and Colonies lying therein, according to the respective grants and charters.♦ Tierra Noeva. Tierra Noeva, de los Bocalaos, Tavola Prima, Del Mundo Nuova. Print from Plate.♦ Amerique Septentrionale, Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, Geog. du Roy à Paris, chez l'auteur et chez Pierre Mariette, rue S. Jacques à l'Esperance 1650. Avec privilège du Roy pour vingt ans. Print from Plate.♦ L'Amerique Septentrionale divisée en ses principales parties scauoir: Les Terres Arctiques, Le Canada ou Nouvelle France, Le Mexique ou Nouvelle Espagne; Le Nouveau Mexique; Les Îles de Terre Neuve; de Californie et Antilles, ou sont distingués les uns des autres les Éstats comme ils sont possédés presentement par les François, Castillans, Anglois, Suédois, Danois et par les Éstats Généraux des Provinces Vrais ou Hollandais. Tirée des Relations de toutes ces nations, par le Sr. Sanson, Geographe ordinaire du Roy 1674, présentée à Monseigneur Le Dauphin par son très humble, très obeissant, et très fidèle Serviteur, Hubert Iaillot. Print from Plate.♦ An Accurate Map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British, Spanish, and French Dominions, according to the Definitive Treaty concluded in Paris, Feb. 10, 1763. Eman Bowen, Geog. His Majesty, and John Gibson, Engraver. Print from Plate.♦ North America from the French of M. d'Anville, improved with the English Surveys made since the Peace. London. Printed for Robt. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Print Sellers, No. 53, Fleet Street, June 10, 1775. Print from Plate. North American Atlas.♦ A Map of the British Empire in North America, by Samuel Dunn, Mathematician, improved from the Surveys of Captain Carver. London. Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Sea Charts Sellers, No. 53 Fleet Street, Aug. 17, 1776. Print from Plate. North American Atlas.♦ A New and Correct Map of North America, with the West India Isles. Divided according to the last Treaty of Peace. Concluded at Paris, Feb. 10, 1763. Gov. Pownall, M.P., 1777. Print from Plate.♦ A Map of the Inhabited Part of Canada from the French Surveys, with the Frontiers of New York and New England from the large Survey by Claude Joseph Gauthier, engraved by Faden, 1777. Print from Plate.♦ The British Colonies in North America. Engraved by William Faden, 1777. Print from Plate. North American Atlas.♦ A New Map of North America with the West India Islands. Divided according to the Preliminary Articles of Peace. Signed at Versailles, Jan. 20, 1783. Governor Pownall, M.P., 1794. Print from Plate.♦ Map of Part of Canada from Bay de la Val and Island of Barnaby in the River St. Lawrence to the Lakes Huron and Erie. For the use of H. M. Secretary of State, Quebec, Oct. I, 1790. Samuel Holland, Surveyor-General, John Collins, D.S.G.♦ Carte d'Amerique, divisée en ses Principaux Pays. Par M. l'Abbé Clouet, de l'Académie Royal de Rouen. Illustrated, 1782. Print from Plate.♦ Amherstburg, 1799. Showing the Main Street, and lots with owners' names. Captain H. M. Lewis, June 26, 1799. Original MS.♦ Amherstburg, with the names of occupants, 1800. Original MS.♦ Bonaventure.♦ A Plan of Bonaventur in the Baie of Chaleurs. In the Province of Quebec as surveyed agreeable to order and instructions of the Honourable James Murray, Esq., Governor of the said Province, by John Collins, Dept. Sur. Genl., 1765. MS.♦ Chambly. Sketch of the Public Buildings at Chambly, 1815. Coloured MS.♦ Châteauguay. Sketch of part of the River Châteauguay, George Williams, R.M.S.D., Aug. 9, 1814. Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lt.-General Mann, Aug. 16, 1814. Shows the position of the troops in the affair of Oct. 26, 1813. MS.♦ Detroit and Erie. Fort de Détroit et ses Environs, 1768. MS. Plan of a sketch of the Grand River and the Soundings. Plan of a sketch from Fort Erie along the North Shore of Lake Erie round Long Point to where it joins the main Land with the Soundings, W. Chewett, Niagara, Aug. 28, 1793. MS. Plan of Fort Erie and surroundings showing the sites of the old and proposed forts, surveyed lots, 1794. Original coloured MS. Plan of ground at mouth of Detroit River, Captain W. Mayne, Sept. 8, 1796. Original MS. 1796, Sketch of the Communication between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. MS. Plan of the Situation of Fort Erie, with the new Works and buildings proposed. Submitted by Gother Mann, Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer, Quebec, Aug. 1, 1803. MS. At Detroit, Plan of Fort L'Arnaud, as it is repaired at this present date, 1812. Fort l'Arnaud at Detroit, surrendered to Major-General Isaac Brock, Aug. 16, 1812. J. B. Duberger, Jr. Coloured MS. Plan of the Country round Fort Erie, showing the retrenchments thrown up by the Enemy in August, 1814. Position, Aug. 8, 1814, P. A. Hughes, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. With a letter to Lieutenant-General Mann, dated Montreal, Oct. 7, 1814. Original MS. Survey of Lake Erie, in the years 1817 and 1818, by Lieutenant Henry W. Bayfield, R.N. Insets "Entrance to the River Niagara" and "Survey of the Mouth of the River Detroit." MS.♦ Fort Erie. Plan of British Attack, 1818, Royal Engineers' Drawing-Room, Quebec, Jan. 31, 1818. A. Walpole, D.R., Eng. E. W. Durnford, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer. Original coloured MS.♦ Hudson's Bay and North. Carte montrant le chemin que Louis Jolliet a fait depuis Tadousac, jusqu'à la mer du Nord dans la Baye d'Hudson, et la vraye situation de la baye et du d'estroit. Fait à Quebec, le 8me Novembre, 1679, L. Jolliet. MS.♦ Golfe du Nort. Ci-devant Baye de Hudson, indorsed, British America. Chart of Hudson's Bay, abt. 1790. MS. Carte d'une Exploration faite en 1732 par I. L. Normandin, arpenteur du Roy. Comprenant les Rivières Chemerichane Lac K...., MS. A Particular Map of Baffin's and Hudson's Bay, 1775. Thomas Jefferys. London, Sayer and Bennett. Print from Plate.♦ Illinois and West. Carte des découvertes de la Vérenderye. Carte d'une partie du Lac Supérieur avec la découverte de la Rivière depuis le grand portage, jusqu'à la Barrière. With explanations. MS. Map of the Illinois Country from the Gulf of Mexico, Lake Superior, and from Lake Ontario to the River de Norte. 1720. MS. Blocus du Fort des Sauuages Renards, par les François et Sauuages. Situé entre les Rivières des Islinois et celle d'Ouabache, à 50 lieues à l'Est-sud-est du Rocher dans la Nouuelle France fait à Québec ce, 15 9bre, 1730. Chaussegors de Léry. MS. Carte du pays des Sauuages Renards. Depuis la Baye du Lac Michigan, jusques à leur dernier village, fait à Québec, ce 10 nouembre, 1730 Chaussegros de Léry. MS. Plan du Fort des Sauuages Renards, scitué entre les Rivières des Islinois et celle d'ouabreche, à 50 lieue à l'Est-sud-Est du Rocher, dans la nouuelle France. Avec Explications, fait à Québec, ce 15 9bre, 1730. Chaussegros de Léry. MS. Carte d'une Partie des Islinois pour idée seullement à la Nouvelle Orléans le premier Aout 1734. Broutin. MS. Carte contenant les Nouvelles Découvertes de l'Ouest en Canada, mers, rivières, laes et nations y habittant en l'année 1757. Découverte de la mer de l'ouest. Jointe à la lettre de M. de Beauharnois du 14 8bre, 1737. MS. Plan of part of Canada, showing the districts of Michilimakinac as possessed by the French, and the district of Detroit. Indorsed, Rj., Nov. 11, 1676 with Major Rogers, MS.♦ A Sketch of the several Routes of the French from Quebec to the Mississippi with the principal Rivers and Lakes through which they pass, also of the Route from New York to Oswego, and from Albany to Montreal, and also of the Route from Kennebec River to Quebec, and from New Hampshire to Lake St. Peter in Canada. Done by order of His Excellency Major-General Shirley, from the most authentic Maps and best intelligence by Wm. Alexander, Secretary to His Excellency. Braddock, July 9, 1755. Coloured MS.♦ Map of the country between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi, April 11, 1777. MS.♦ Map of Major Pond's discoveries, 1785. MS.♦ Travels of Captain Peter Pond of Milford, from April, 1773, to March, 1790. Extracted from his own Map by Ezra Stiles, March 25, 1690. Copy of plan in Yale University Library. MS. Forts abandoned in the peace (Wabash district), 7-6-1794. MS.♦ Ile aux Noix. Plan of Ile aux Noix, showing the present and proposed works. Gother Mann, Captain Commanding Royal Engineer, Quebec, May 12, 1790. MS. No. 4, Plan of the works at Isle aux Noix. Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-General Mann, dated Aug. 16, 1814. MS. Plan of Isle aux Noix, showing a part of the adjacent country on the banks of the River Sorel. Quebec, April 27, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer in Canada. MS. Plan of Isle aux Noix, Colonel Nicolls, 1816. MS. Plan of the Port at Isle aux Noix, showing the present state of the works and those proposed for connecting them together. Gother Mann, Captain Commanding Royal Engineer. MS.♦ Kingston. Fort de Frontenac ou Katarakouy, 13 Novembre 1685. Photo copy of plan in the Depot des Cartes et Journaux de la Marine, Paris. MS. Plan du Fort Frontenac. fait à québec ce 11 Octobre 1726. Chaussegros de Léry. Coloured MS. Plan de l'Emplacement de Frontigny. Chaussegros de Léry, Oct. 16, 1729. Uncoloured MS. Plan du Fort Frontenac citué à l'Est du Lac Ontario à la Coste du Nord. Developement du Fort. Fait à québec le 11 Décembre 1738. Chaussegros de Léry. fils MS.♦ Plan du Fort de Laprésentation, 1752. Sur la Rivière de Katarakoui. Photo copy. Original in the Depot de Fortifications des Colonies à Paris. Surveyed by Order of His Excellency General Haldimand, Governor Commander-in-Chief of the Province of Quebec, etc., etc. A Township or tract of Land of six Miles square lying and being in the Province aforesaid situated on the North side of Lake Ontario near the ancient Fort Frontenac. This Township hath great advantages on account of its situation, having Lake Ontario on its front, all the small bays afford good harbours for Boats, and the lake abounds with variety of excellent fish and wild fowl. The little River Cataraqui is navigable for Batteaux from its entrance into the Lake to its Upper Boundary of the Township, in which space are many proper situations for erecting mills. Surveyed Oct. 27, 1785. John Collins, D. S. Gen. Coloured MS.♦ Sketch of Kingston Harbour, showing the grounds reserved for the purposes of Government for Public Works. Buildings, Naval Yard, etc. Quebec, Dec. 6, 1788. Gother Mann, Captain Commanding Royal Engineer. Coloured MS.♦ Sketch of Kingston Harbour with the neck reserved for a Town lot with its Common, Quebec, Dec. 6, 1788. Gother Mann, Captain Commanding Royal Engineer. Original MS. Plan showing the ground opposite the Town of Kingston to be reserved for the Crown, on which no settlement is to be made. No buildings erected or Timber cut but by the authority and for the purposes of Government, 1790. Coloured MS.♦ Kingston, 1790. Coloured MS. Plan of Kingston and its vicinity. Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-General Mann, dated Aug. 16, 1814. J. B. Duberger, Jr., January, 1814. No. 9, plan of the fort at Point Henry. Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-General Mann, dated Aug. 16, 1814. Original MS. Plan of the City of Kingston, showing its environs three miles on the East and West sides thereof and six miles to the Northward of said town. Surveyor-General's Office, York, Upper Canada, Oct. 21, 1815. Thomas Ridout, Surveyor-General. MS.♦ Lake Champlain. Plan des Terres des Environs du Fort St. Frédéric. Marquière par le Sr. Boisclerc, à mil sept cent trente neuf. Sur laquelle Carte sont aussy raportiés les sondes qu'il a observé. MS. Carte du Lac Champlain avec les Rivières, depuis le Fort de Champlain dans la Nouvelle France, jusques à Orange Ville de la Nouvelle Angleterre. Dressée sur divers memoires. Coloured MS. Plan du Fort de Carillon et du Camp tranché qui fut fait pour s'opposer à l'attaque des Anglais avec l'ordre des Colonnes à action du 8 Juillet 1758. Coloured MS. Army of Lake George. Order of March, Major-General Amherst, Commander-in-Chief, Brigadier-General Gage. M. Amherst's letter, June 19, 1759. Coloured MS. A plan of Lake Champlain, 1770. MS. No. 12. Plan of the River La Colle. Copies by George Williams, R. M. S. D., July 19, 1814. Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-General Mann, dated Aug. 16, 1814. Original MS. Champlain River. No 13. Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-General Mann, dated Aug. 16, 1814. Original MS.♦ Lake Ontario. A Survey of Lake Ontario, done by N. Laforce of the Naval Department and Lewis Kotté, Assistant Engineer, the North Shore in 1783 and the east and south Shores in 1789. MS.♦ Miscellaneous. Plan d'un Fort scitué au dedans d'une enceinte pour être construit au bord du Lac des Deux Montagnes, à la côte du Nord, au Détroit, environs à deux lieue au desous de l'Ile de Montréal à la vue du Fort de Senneville scitué à la dite Ile. Fait à Québec ce 26 Octobre 1719. Chaussegros de Léry. MS. A map of the Country of the Five Nations belonging to the Province of New York and of the Lakes near which the nations of Five Indians live, with part of Canada. Cadwallader Coldere, 1747. MS. No. 1, a sketch of the Field of Battle of the 9th of July, upon the Monongahela, seven miles from Fort Du Quesne, between the British Troops commanded by General Braddock, and the French and French Indians commanded by Marq. de St. Pierre. Showing the dispositions of the troops when the action began. Pat. Mackellar, Engineer, November, 1755. MS. No. 2 (Monongahela), a sketch of the field of battle and showing the disposition of the troops about 2 o'clock, when the whole of the main body had joined the advanced and working parties, then beat back from the ground they occupied as in Plan No. 1. Pat. Mackellar, Engineer, 1755. MS. A Map of that Part of America which was the Principal Seat of War in 1786. MS. A Sketch of the Provinces of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, showing the line of Forts lately built on the Frontiers of those Colonies, and their situation with respect to the French Forts on the Ohio and Lake Erie. Also the Route from Albany to Oswego, with the Forts built and to be built for its security. Drawn by order of His Excellency General William Shirley by William Alexander. Surveyed and copied by Mr. Bartmann, 1756. MS. Plan of Fort Levy upon one of the Islands Gallops in the River St. Lawrence since named Island Royale from its being fortified. Besieged from August 22 till the 25th, when it surrendered towards evening. Surveyed by B. Ratzee. Endorsed in M. G. Amherst of Oct. 4, 1760. MS. A Plan of the Division Line between the Provinces of Quebec and New York. Surveyed, October 1, 1772, by John Collins, D.S. General. MS.♦ Map of Turkey Point and Environs, 1795. Done in the Surveyor-General's Office, Upper Canada, Oct. 12, 1795. D.W. Smith, Acting S. General. Coloured manuscript, showing the site of the town and barracks the Brock House Wharf, etc. A Map of Sandwich with the position and situation of the Lands of William Park and Meldrum and Park, together with notes and references. Inscribed for William Park, Dec. 30, 1800, with copious references and notes on the ownership of Lots and Titles to Church Lands, and extracts from French deeds. Thomas Smith. Original MS. Sketch of the entrance to the River Kamanistiqua. Sketch of Thunder Bay and the adjacent coasts of Lake Superior, 1802. R. H. Bruyères, Captain Royal Engineers. Original coloured MS. A Map exhibiting the Frontiers of Canada and the United States intended to illustrate the operations of the British and American Armies. London. Printed for C. Smith, Map seller and Publisher, 172 Strand, Oct. 1, 1813. Print from Plate.♦ Montreal. Plan de la Ville de Montréal, dans la Nouvelle France, fait à Montréal ce 21 Aoust 1729. Chaussegros de Léry. MS. Plan showing the Magistrates of Montreal's proposals for improving the ground, April 15, 1799. Original plan. Plan of the Town and Fortifications of Montreal, showing the Reserves now proposed to be made for Military purposes. Gother Mann, Colonel Corry, Royal Engineers, Nov. 11, 1802. MS. Plan of the Citadel Hill, Montreal, and the King's Reserve Contiguous, showing the Buildings belonging to the Ordnance and Engineers' Department. R. N. Bruyère, Captain Royal Engineers, June 2, 1804. MS. Plan of the Ground between Montreal and Lachine, showing the line of the proposed Canal. Samuel Romilly, Captain Royal Engineers, Montreal, 1817. MS.♦ Niagara. Entrée de la Rivière Niagara, dans le fond du Lac Ontario ou est marqué la maison à Machicoulis et le fort proposée, 21 Juin 1726; fait à Niagara le Juin 21, 1726. Chaussegros de Léry. Coloured MS. Original in the Depot des Fortifications à Paris. Plans Elevations de la Nouvelle Maison à Machicoulis, scituée à la coté de l'ouest du Lac Ontario, à l'entrée de la Rivière de Niagara. Fait à Québec, ce 19 Janvier 1727. Chaussegros de Léry. MS. plan. Original in the Depot des Fortifications des Colonies à Paris. Plan et Elevations de la Maison à Machicoulis scituée à la côte de l'ouest du lac Ontario à l'entrée de la rivière de Niagara, fait à Québec le 9 Décembre 1738. Chaussegros de Léry, fils. MS. Original in the Depot des Fortifications des Colonies à Paris. Entrée de la Rivière de Niagara située a l'Ouest du lac Ontario. Fait à Québec le 20 Septembre 1740. Chaussegros de Léry. MS. Copy of a plan in the Depot des Fortifications à Paris. Niagara, taken from the Old Quebec plan, and used in the Strubel Weldon trial, 1784. Original MS. Plans (2). Plan of the River from Niagara to Fort Schlosser. Quebec, Dec. 6, 1788. Gother Mann, Captain and Commanding Royal Engineer. MS. Sketch of the Lower Part of Niagara River, 1790. MS.♦ Plan of Fort George. Upper Canada, showing the Works of Defence ordered to be constructed in 1799. Scale, 200 feet to an inch. Dimensions, 35-37 inches. Original coloured manuscript plan, bears the Inspector-General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance stamps, formerly in the Ordnance office, transferred to the Dominion Government in July, 1891, and to the Archives in February, 1907. Sketch of an Action fought on the night of July 25, 1814 near the Falls of Niagara between a British Force under L. G. Drummond and an American Force under Major-General Brown, Aug. 5, 1814. Coloured MS. Plan of Niagara Frontier. Lieutenant-General, Sir. G. Prevost, Oct. 4, 1814. MS. Plan of Forts George, Mississippi, and Niagara, the Military Reserves and the town of Newark. Henry Willsons, Lieutenant Royal Engineers, May 2, 1817. MS.♦ Nouvelle France. Description de la Nouvelle France, ou sont remarquées les diverses habitations des François, depuis la première découverte jusques à présent, recueille et dressée sur diverses relations modernes, 1643. A Paris, chez Jean Boisseau, Enlumineur du Roy pour les cartes géographiques, en l'île, du Palais à la Royalle Fontaine de Jouvence. Print from Plate.♦ Le Canada faict par le Sr. de Champlain, ou sont La Nouvelle France, La Nouvelle Angleterre, La Nouvelle Hollande, La Nouvelle Suede, La Virginie, etc., avec les nations voisines et autres terres nouvellement découvertes, Suivant les mémoires de F. Du Val, Géographe du Roy. A Paris, en l'Isle du Palais sur le grand cours de l'eau à Paris. Avec Privilège, 1653. Print from Plate. Carte de la partie de l'Amérique, pour la Baye de Hudson communément appellée le Passage du Nord Quest, par J. Thornton, J. Seller, Guil. Fisher, Jacques Atkinson, J. Colvon, à Londres, 1681. A Chart of the North Part of America, the Hudson Bay commonly called the North-West Passage, by John Thornton, John Seller, William Fisher, James Atkinson, John Colvon. Print from Plate. Partie de la Nouvelle France, dédiée à Monseigneur le Marquis de Seigneley et Baron de Sceaux, Conseiller du Roy en tous ses Conseils, Commandeur et Grand Trésorier de ses Ordres, Ministre, Secretaire d'Estat et des Commandements de Sa Majesté. Par son très aimable et très obéisant serviteur Hubert Iaillot. Les Grande Augustins, aux 2 Globes, avec privilège de Sa Majesté, 1685. Print from Plate. Le Canada ou Nouvelle France, la Floride, la Virginie, Pensilvanie, Caroline, Nouvelle Angleterre et Nouvelle York, l'Isle de Terre Neuve, la Louisiane et le Cours de la Rivière Misisipi. Par N. de Fer, Géographe de Monseigneur le Dauphin. A Paris, chez l'auteur dans l'île du Palais sur le Quay de l'Orloge, à la sphère Royale. Avec privilège du Roy, 1705. Print from Plate.♦ Quebec City. Plan de la Ville de Québec, capitale de la Nouvelle France. Photo of Plan in British Museum. Plan of part of the Basse-Ville de Quebek. MS Coppie du plan de la censive de l'Eglise paroissialle de notre dame de Quebeck. MS. Vray Plan du haut & bas de Québec comme le Sr. de Léry, 1660. MS. Le véritable plan de Québec fait en 1669. MS. The Port and environs of Québec, as it was when attacked by the English. With inset showing the attack of 1670. Thos. Hardup. MS. Hospice de Québec en 1692. Original conservé aux Archives departementales de Seine et Oise France. MS.♦ Quebec. Ville d'Amérique Septentrionale dans la Nouvelle France avec titre d'Eveché, située sur le Fleuve St. Laurent à 310 dégrés, 17 Minutes de Longitude et 46 dégrés 55 Minutes de Latitude; elle fut assiégée par les Anglois sur les François par qui elle est encore possédée l'an 1670 depuis le 16 Octobre jusqu'au 22 du même mois. M. de Frontenac estoit pour lors Gouverneur du Pays, qui leur fit honteusement levé le Siege, 1693. MS. Plan du Séminaire de Kébec en Canada, 1714. MS. Plan de la Ville de Québec. Désigné d'après le plan en relief que Monsieur de Chaussegros de Léry, Ingénieur en Chef envoya en France en l'année 1720, pour être mis au Louvre avec les autres. MS. Plan of St. Roch's, showing the Intendant's Palace and surroundings. Fait à Québec le 4 8bre 1739. Chaussegros de Léry. MS. Plan of the town of Quebec in Canada, enlarged from Bellin's plan with additions. Pat. Mackellar, Major, 1757, with Report 522 on the Defences of Quebec. MS. Plan of Quebec showing the position of the English and French Armies at the Battle of the Plains, 1759. Print from Plate. Plan of the Town of Quebec, the Capital of Canada in North America, with the Basin and a part of the adjacent county. Showing the principal encampments and works of the British Army, commanded by Lieutenant-General Wolfe, and those of the French Army commanded by Lieutenant-General the Marquis de Montcalm, during the siege of that place in 1759. Pat. Mackellar, Major and Chief Engineer. MS. An Authentic Plan of the River St. Lawrence, from Sillery to the Falls of Montmorenci with the operations of the Siege of Quebec, under the command of Vice-Admiral Saunders and Major-General Wolfe down to the Sept. 5 1759. Drawn by a Captain in His Majesty's Army. Thomas Jefferys, 1759. Print from Plate. Plan de la Ville de Québec, 1759. Coloured MS.♦ Quebek De. Hoofstad van Kanada; an de Rivier van St. Laurens; das de Engelschen belegend en by Verdrag bemagtigd, mit jaar 1759. Coloured Print from Plate. Plan of the Battle fought the 28th of April, 1760, upon the Heights of Abraham, near Quebec between the British Troops garrisoned in that place and the French Army that came to besiege it. With copious notes. Pat. MacKellar, Major Chief Engineer, 1760. Coloured original manuscript plan of the Battle of St. Foie. Plan of Quebec, showing the houses burned by us in 1759 and those burned during the Siege, 1760. Original coloured MS. Plan of Captain Gordon's Project of a Citadel at Quebec, 1768. Also Plans of the Barracks projected for Captain Gordon's proposed citadel. Coloured MS. Plan of a citadel on Cap Diamond for improving the fortifications of Quebec, being Captain Henry Gordon's engineer. His Project with some insignificant alterations, Quebec, April 12, 1769. John Marr, Esq. MS. Plan of the city and environs of Quebec with its siege and Blockade by the Americans from the 8th of December, 1775, to the 13th of May, 1776. Engraved by Faden. Print from Plate. Plan of the City and Environs of Quebec with the siege and Blockade by the Americans from the 8th of December, 1775, to the 13th of May, 1776. Engraved by Wm. Faden, London. Published, Sept. 12, 1776, by Wm. Faden, successor to the late Mr. Thos. Jefferys, corner of St. Martin's Lane. Print from Plate. Plan of Cape Diamond and the Heights of Abraham, as far as they rise before the City of Quebec, and some distance beyond their summit with part of the ramparts of Quebec. Taken partly in 1769 and completed in 1778 by John Marr, Commanding Engineer in Canada and Captain. MS. Plan of the City of Quebec and its Fortifications and of the Ground withoutside, beyond the Heights of Abraham, from an actual Survey, taken thereof by Captain Marr, Commanding Engineer in Canada. Not dated. His plan shows the bush where the rebels worked their batteries in 1775. Captain Marr was Chief Engineer in 1769 and 1778. MS. Plan of the New Works. Erecting on Cape Diamond and which form the Citadel of Quebec, showing their state in October, 1783. These plans show the mines under the glacis. MS. Plan of the Town and suburbs of Quebec, showing the State of the Fortifications as they were nearly completed in 1783. A note states that the Fortifications were in no wise completed by the French and that the English never touched them until 1779, when General Haldimand gave orders to Captain Twiss, C.R.E. in Canada, for the erection of a temporary Citadel on Cape Diamond. MS. Plan of a Survey of the City and Fortifications of Quebec with part of its environs. Done in the Engineers' Drawing-Room, by Wm. Hall, Lieut. Royal Artillery, 1799. MS. Plan of the Fortifications of Quebec, with the new works proposed. G. Mann, M. Genl. Commanding Royal Engineer. MS. Citadel of Quebec, showing proposed works, by M. Genl. Mann, Aug. 1, 1804. MS. Projected works at Quebec (Major-General Mann's Project) as mentioned in the Report of the Committee of Engineers, March 14, 1805. Original coloured manuscript plan. Plans of Government House at Quebeck, Jeffry Wyatt, 1812, MS. Quebec in 1815, by J. B. Duberger, C.E. MS. Plan of Quebec, showing the present state of the Works of Defence distinguishing what are completed and what are in progress, with the Military works and Buildings that have been ordered, March 18, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer in Canada. MS. Plan du Palais Episcopal et du Terrein en dependant levé en vertu d'un acte de la Legislature Provinciale du Bas Canada. Intitulé Acte pour mettre Sa Majesté en état d'acquérir la Propriété, Palais Episcopal de Québec et du terrein en dependant pour les usages publics de la Province. Par ordre de Commissaires appointés à cet effet. Québec ce 9 Juillet 1851. MS.♦ Quebec Province, Lower Canada. Cartes du Gouvernement de Québec leuée en l'année 1709 par les ordres de Monseigneur le Comre de Pontchartrain, Commandeur des Ordres du Roy, Ministre et Secretaire d'Estat par le Sr. Catalogné, Lieutenant des Troupes et dressée par Jean Bte. Decouagne. 3 Plans avec vue de Québec. MS. Carte du Gouvernement des Trois Rivières qui comprend en descendant le Fleuve St. Laurent depuis la sortie du Lac St. Pierre jusqu'à Ste. Anne. Leuée en 1709 par les ordres de Monseigneur le Comte de Pontchartrain, Commandeur des Ordres du Roy, Ministre et Secretaire d'estat par le Sieur Catalogne, Lieutenant des Troupes et dressée par Jean Baptiste Decouagne. Avec Vue de Trois Rivières. MS. Plan of Part of His Majesty's Province of Quebec from Montreal Westward; part of the Ottawa River; the river Iroquois as far as Kingston, the South Shore and part of the North Shore of Lake Erie, Detroit River and part of the Lake St. Clair delineated from my own surveys made in the years 1784, 1785, 1786, 1787, 1788, 1789. The remainder from the surveys and sketches of different persons finished, March 16, 1790. MS. Map of part of the Province of Quebec, comprehending also Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, the Island of Cape Breton and New England and extending westward to the river Mississippi, compiled in the Drawing-Room of the Engineers' Department at Quebec, under the direction of Captain G. Mann, Commanding Royal Engineer, by Wm. Hall, Draftsman, 1791, in five sections. MS. A new and correct Map of the Province of Quebec with the Adjacent States and Provinces from the French Surveys. Connected with those made by Captain Curver and other officers in His Majesty's Service, London. Printed by Laurie and Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, May 12, 1794. Print from Plate. North American Atlas. Plan of part of the Province of Lower Canada, containing the country from the River Montmagny near Quebec upwards as far as any surveys have been hitherto made, that is, to St. Régis on the St. Lawrence, and the Township of Buckingham on the River Ottawa. Compiled in the Surveyor-General's office in the latter part of the year 1794 and early part of the year 1795, by Messrs. Samuel Gale and John B. Duberger. With a list of previous surveys. Marked original by the War Office. By order of His Excellency Guy, Lord Dorchester, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada. Coloured original MS. A new topographical Map of Lower Canada. William Vondervelden and Louis Charland, 1805. Print from Plate.♦ River St. Lawrence. Plan of part of the River St. Lawrence, from Montreal to the Parish of Berthier on the North and to Sorel on the South Side of the River. By John Montrésor, Sub-Engineer, and Lieutenant Samuel Holland, Captain and Assistant Engineer. Scale, 2000 feet an inch. Dimensions, 126-26 inches. Original coloured manuscript map bears the Board of Ordnance stamp, formerly in the Ordnance Office, transferred to the Dominion Government in July, 1891, and to the Archives in March, 1909. This map covers the portion of the St. Lawrence surveyed by John Montresor for the Murray Survey (viz. from Montreal to Repentigny in one section and from Repentigny to Berthier in another). It is, however, of an earlier date than the Murray Survey, as is shown by an indorsement: North America, British America, Part of the St. Lawrence from Montreal to Berthier and Sorel. J. Montresor, March 25, 1761. Another indorsement reads,--"Received 30th Sept. 1761 with Mr. John Montresor's letter, Quebec 26 March." This map shows the arable and pasture land, the houses, churches, calvaries and Mills along the river. MS. Carte du Cour du Fleuve de Saint Laurent en Canada, Yorck! Carte do Lanouvelle Yorck, de la mer des Iroquois ou est Montreal. Sorel, Orange, le cour du Fleuve St. Laurent, celuis d'Orange. Original MS. Carte du Fleuve St. Laurent. A MS. plan of the river from Anticosti to Quebec. La Grande Baye de St. Laurens en la nouvelle france mise dans un jour ou elle n'avoit jusqu'ici parue, l'exactitude, la curiosité et la justesse y aient été observées autant qu'il a été possible et que les mémoires des habitans du mesme lieu on put fournir, jointe à cela la propre connaissance de Geographic qu'il a de plusieurs endroits notamment de la Rivière Ste. Croix où faisant la mission il a eu l'honneur d'adorer plusieurs fois de grandes croix arborées au milieu des deserts et des bois par les sauvages nationaux, nommées ports Croix. Aient reçu les croix direstement du ciel longtemps avant l'arrivée des françois en ce pays, faite par le père Emmanuel Jumeau, récollet missionnaire en Canada, 4 Octobre 1685. Two copies, one of the original in the Seminary at Quebec, the other of the plan in Paris. MS. La Grande Rivière de Canada, appellée par les Européens de St. Laurens. Variation corrected to 1686. Levé et dressée par Deshayes. Publiée vers 1695. Print from Plate. Partie Haute et Occidentale du Fleuve de Canada ou de St. Laurent depuis le lac Ontario jusqu'à la ville de Québec. Eveché et capitale du Canada, avec les noms des Particuliers à qui il a été fait des Concessions de Terre, sur l'un et l'autre Rive de ce Fleuve. Dressée sur les Némoires de M. de Catalogne. Ingénieur du Roy tres Chrestien à Paris. Chez le Sr. Moullard. Mouillard-Samson, G. V. de Sa Majesté, Rue Froimanteau vis à vis le vieux Louvre avec privilège, 1723. Coloured print. Basse partie et Orientale du Fleuve de St. Laurent, depuis l'Isle aux Licores jusqu'à un embouchure. Dressée sur les mémoires de M. de Catalonbe, Ingénieur du Roy très chrestien à Paris. Chez le Sr. Moullart-Samson, H.O.D.R. Rue Froimanteau vis le Vieux Louvre avec Privilege du Roi, 1723. Print from Plate. Plan of the River St. Lawrence from the Island of Anticosti to Quebec. With notes. This map is founded on a manuscript found on Board Ship Alcide_, taken June, 1755, by Admiral Boscawen. MS. A Sketch of the River St. Lawrence from La Gallette to the Island of Perrot with the Encampments of the Army, 1760. Taken from a French draught and corrected. MS. Plan of that Part of Canada and the River St. Lawrence which lies between Coteau des Cedres to the Uppermost settlement of Canada, and Island of Ste. Thérèse, containing the Island of Montreal, Isle Jésus, Ile Bizard, Isle Perrot and the lakes of St. Louis, les Deux Montagnes, as formed by the River St. Lawrence; the City of Montreal with all the villages, fortified posts, and cultivated country throughout the whole district; by order of Brigadier-General Murray, Governor of Quebec. The Murray Survey, 1765. MS. Plan of that Part of Canada and the River St. Lawrence which lies between Pointe du Lac and Repentigny on the North Shore and Nicollette and Varennes on the South Shore, etc. By order of Brigadier-General Murray, Governor of Quebec, 1765. MS. Plan of that Part of Canada and the River St. Lawrence, which lies between Cape Tourmente and Deschambeaux on the North Shore, Pointe La Caille and Lotbinière on the South Shore, in which is contained the City of Quebec and all the villages, fortified posts, Habitations and cultivated Country throughout the whole district.... The whole from a survey carried on under the direction of the Hon. Brigadier-General Murray, Governor of Quebec, by Captain Holland, Lieutenant Peach, Lieutenant Fusev, and Lieutenant Mathews, 1763. Those MS. maps form a complete geography and census of the Canada of the time. Carte d'une partie des Côtes du St. Laurent, ou est situé la Seigneurie de Mingan et celle des Isles et Islets de Mingan. Le tout compilé et dressé sur les Cartes de la Marine faites sous la direction de M. M. James Cook, célèbre navigateur, Michel Lane et de Grandin, etc. Au dépot général des Cartes, Plans et Journeaux de la Marine, Paris, 1784. MS. St. Lawrence, Kingston to Brockville, 1815. MS.♦ St. John. Plan of Fort St. John on the river Chambly, Quebec, May 7, 1791, G. Mann, Captain Commanding Royal Engineer. Coloured MS.♦ Sorel. Plan of the Seigneurie House at William Henry. Original MS. A plan of the Seigniory of Sorel in the Province of Quebec, the property of MM. Greenwood & Higginson, Merchants in London, Aug. 15, 1770, John Collins, D. S. General. MS. Isle aux Noix, River Sorel, Lower Canada. Proposed New Works, 1787. G. Mann. MS. Plan of Sorel, showing the proposed new Town lots and Defences. Sorel, July 19, 1797, G. Mann, Captain and Commanding Engineer. MS.♦ Toronto. York. Plan of Toronto Harbour and the proposed town and part of the Settlement. Quebec, Dec. 6, 1788. G. Mann, Captain and Commanding Royal Engineer. Original coloured MS. Plan of Toronto Harbour with the Rocks, Shoals, and Soundings, etc., Surveyed and drawn by J. Bouchette, 1793. Original coloured MS. Sketch of a route from York Town on Lake Ontario to Penetanguishene on Lake Huron, Upper Canada, by Lieutenant Pilkington, in the year 1793. Plan of the Dock up at York, 1797. Original MS. Plan of Humber Mills, S.G.O., Jan. 31, 1798. D. W. Smith, A. S. G. Original coloured MS. Plan and Elevation of the Lieutenant-Governor's House at York, Upper Canada, erected by Captain Pilkington in 1800. Indorsed Plan and Elevation of the Governor's House, York, Upper Canada, destroyed in the late war. Colonel Pilkington, R. E. Original coloured MS. Plan of the Don Bridge and the agreement of William Smith, Carpenter for erecting it on or before March 1, 1803. Two original MS. Plan for a house of Assembly at York, which can be built of wood and brick for less than £1000 Sterling. Dr. Wells, May 15, 1804. Two original MS. No. 1. Garrison at York, accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-General Mann dated Aug. 16, 1814. Original MS.♦ York Harbour, 1815. Plan by actual survey of the Street of Communication between Kempenfeldt Bay on Lake Simcoe and Penetanguishene Harbour on Lake Huron, and one concession on each side, made at the particular request of Angus Shaw, agent to the North-West Company. Yonge Street, Aug. 15, 1822. Samuel J. Wilmot, Surveyor. MS.♦ Upper Canada. Ontario. Plan of the new settlement from Point a Bodet to Niagara, comprehending the carrying places, the rivers, and lakes to Lake Huron. W. Chewett, D. P. S., 1789. MS. Plans accompanying Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe's report of his tour, 1793. MS. Plan of the Province of Upper Canada, divided into Counties; by order of His Excellency John Graves Simcoe, Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief. By Wm. Chewett, P. Surveyor, 1795. MS. Plan of the organized part of the Province of Upper Canada, according to a Bill which has passed the two Houses, and is reserved for the signification of the Royal Pleasure, 1798. D. Smith, Chief Surveyor of Lands, Acting as Surveyor-General, Upper Canada. Coloured MS. A Map of the Province of Upper Canada describing all the new Settlements, Townships, etc., with the Countries adjacent from Quebec to Lake Huron. Compiled at the Request of His Excellency Major-General John G. Simcoe, first Lieutenant-Governor, by David William Smyth, Surveyor-General. London. Published by W. Faden, geographer to His Majesty and to H.R.H., the Prince of Wales. Charing Cross, April 13, 1800, accompanied with a topographical description. Coloured print. A Map of the located Districts in the Province of Canada, describing all the new Settlements, Townships, etc., with the adjacent frontiers. By William Chewett. Wm. Faden, Charing Cross, Jan. 1, 1813. Print from Plate. Map of the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada. Joseph Bouchette, 1815. Print from Plate. A Map of the Eastern Part of the Province of Upper Canada. Indorsed, Canada, Upper, 1793. Left by Colonel Phillpotts on his going to Gibraltar, 1818. MS. Plan of the Central part of the Province of Upper Canada, showing the seat of war in the years 1812, 1813, and 1814. J. G. Chewett, P.S. York, May 1, 1819. Print from Plate.
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