MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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Montmorency Manoir, built in 1781 by Frederick Haldimand, governor general in chief of Canada, was inhabited from 1791 to 1794 by the Duke of Kent, Queen Victoria’s father. First known as “Kent House,” it suffered a devastating fire in 1993 but was rebuilt by the following year. (Source: The Canadian Encyclopedia)

August 3, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
New Bridge