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Mackenzie, Alexander, Sir, 1764-1820.
Buckinghamshire, Robert Hobart, Earl of, 1760- 1816.
Sullivan, John, fl. 1802.
Public Archives of Canada.
|Title||Proposed general fishery and fur company|
|Published||[Ottawa? : s.n., 1893?]|
Fisheries -- Northwest coast of North America.
Fur trade -- Northwest, Pacific.
Pêches -- Nord-Ouest, Côte (Amérique du Nord)
Fourrures -- Commerce -- Nord-Ouest du Pacifique.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto Library.|
Letters of Sir Alexander Mackenzie to Lord Hobart, the colonial secretary, and to Mr. Sullivan, the under secretary, concerning the proposed establishment of "a permanent fishery & trade in furs, &c. in the interior & on the west coast of North America."
At head of title: Note F.
Title from title screen.
Extract from: Canada. Public Archives. Report, 1892-1893, p. -151.
Hudson's Bay Company