Place Published: NP
Publisher: J.H. Brigly
Date Published: 1910
Originally folded, now flat and in very good condition. Lakes in light green. Large 30 x 48 inches.
Survey made following the Constitutional Act (1791), separating Canada into two parts - Upper and Lower Canada - along the Ottawa river. From LAC orginal map: Notation reads: In Simcoe's Despatch No. 24 to Duke of Portland [Home Secretary] of 29 July 1795. Vol. 281. U. Canada; Only eastern Ontario and the Lake Ontario, Niagara Peninsula and Lake Erie regions as yet divided into counties. Name "Thunder Bay" applied to Owen Sound; Georgian Bay nameless. A second copy - a transcript measuring 64 x 123 cm. - was made in January 1910 by J.H. Brigly from an original in the Colonial Office London. The notation on this copy reads "Endorsed. Canada Upper. Case 37 No. 53.  Canada No. 59 [Dup.]" The third of these is the printed facsimile of Brigly's transcript produced for: Public Archives. Documents relating to the constitutional history of Canada 1791 - 1818. Ottawa, Sessional Paper No. 29c, 1914.
Very Good+. Item #1332