[Québec : s.n., 1830?] (Quebec : Neilson & Cowan); 13 pages with full-text search [?]
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Lower Canada. Legislature. House of Assembly. Special Committee on the Petition of Wm. Lampson.
Report and evidence, taken before the special committee of the House of Assembly of Lower-Canada on the petition of Wm. Lampson : complaininig [sic] of the damage that he will sustain by the erection of a light-house at Pointe des Monts 1830.
|Published||[Québec : s.n., 1830?] (Quebec : Neilson & Cowan)|
Fur trade -- Quebec (Province)
Fourrures -- Commerce -- Québec (Province)
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by McGill University, Department of Rare Books & Special Collections, Montreal.|
Signed: J. Neilson, chairman.
William Lampson claims that the erection of a light-house at Pointe des Monts on the north shore of Quebec will affect his trade with the Indians.
Title from title screen.
12 p. ; 23 cm.
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