Memorials and Things of Fame

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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December 31, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Hydraulic Press

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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December 26, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

December 18, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle
To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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December 4, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Cure For Tooth Ache

To a table spoonful of any kind of spirits, add the same quantity of sharp vinegar, and a tea spoonful of common table salt – mix well together; hold the liquid in the mouth that it can enter the cavity or hollow in the tooth; it will give almost instantaneous relief, without any pain.

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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November 26, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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November 20, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Invention

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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November 9, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
The Boundary Line
In the course of this week … those who have been employed in drawing the boundary line [with the United States] … have concluded their operations for the season on Lake Superior. On their way down the Lake, they were overtaken by a heavy gale of wind, which obliged them to cut away their masts.

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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November 1, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle
Weather – On Sunday, the sudden fall of the barometer forboded [sic] a rapid change in the weather, and early yesterday morning, the snow began to fall, bringing with it an immediate diminution of the cold of the preceding day. Near Lorette, the snow drifted on the roads to a depth of three feet making sleighing difficult.

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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October 26, 1826 – The Quebec Gazette
The Government has purchased the Grosse Isle below the basin at Chambly where they will build fortifications and barracks. It is understood that the old fort will be abandoned on the erection of the new and that troops will be stationed on the island.

October 28, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle

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