Plan of the Province of Upper Canada - Divided in Counties by order of His Excellency ... 1793. John Graves Lieut. Col SIMCOE, D. P. CHEWETT, J. H. BIGLY.
Plan of the Province of Upper Canada - Divided in Counties by order of His Excellency ... 1793.
Plan of the Province of Upper Canada - Divided in Counties by order of His Excellency ... 1793.

Plan of the Province of Upper Canada - Divided in Counties by order of His Excellency ... 1793.

Place Published: NP
Publisher: J.H. Brigly
Date Published: 1910
Edition: 2nd
Binding: 

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. [1793] 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.
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