Item #3103 Military pay warrant Signed “Dorchester”. Sir Guy 1st Baron DORCHESTER CARLETON.
Military pay warrant Signed “Dorchester”
Military pay warrant Signed “Dorchester”

Military pay warrant Signed “Dorchester”

Place Published: Quebec
Publisher: British Government
Date Published: 1793
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding

28cm x 20cm, 4 page document plus loose pay detail sheet (18.5cm x 22.5cm) tipped-in on inside of folded 4pp.

Document signed “Dorchester” partially printed and completed by hand. 4pp folio with page 1 form and hand-written details, page 2&3 blank and page 4 docketed information- No.35, Quebec 4th Nov, 1793 Warrant to pay...


A warrant for payment of £638 19s 6d to Isaac Hesselburg of HM 60th Regiment of Foot for two months payment of his troops and subsistence.

The 4to sheet attached to the inside of the document has details of the payments to be made to the troops (from £1 2s for the Sergeants to 19s 6p for the privates)

Quebec 4 November 1793. Sir Guy Carleton served in America beginning in 1758. He was governor of Quebec and commander of British forces in Canada (1775-77), during which time he repelled Montgomery and Benedict Arnold’s attack on Quebec, defeated Arnold on Lake Champlain and re-took Crown Point. From 1782-83 he was Commander in Chief in Canada from 1791 to 1796.
Very Good. Item #3103

$350.00 USD
$470.74 CAD

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