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Motives for a subscription towards the relief of the sufferers at Montreal in Canada, by a dreadful fire on the 18th of May 1765, in which 108 houses (containing 215 families, chiefly Canadians) were destroyed, and the greatest part of their inhabitants exposed to all the miseries attending such misfortunes; the whole loss in buildings, merchandize, furniture and apparel amounted to £.87,580,8s.10d. sterling, no part of which was or could be insured

Motives for a subscription towards the relief of the sufferers at Montreal in Canada, by a dreadful fire on the 18th of May 1765, in which 108 houses (containing 215 families, chiefly Canadians) were destroyed, and the greatest part of their inhabitants exposed to all the miseries attending such misfortunes; the whole loss in buildings, merchandize, furniture and apparel amounted to £.87,580,8s.10d. sterling, no part of which was or could be insured

eBook, 1766, English

Notes

Half-title: The case of the Canadians at Montreal distressed by fire.

Publisher

London? : s.n.

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Alternate Title

The case of the Canadians at Montreal distressed by fire.

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

917.1428 M59.11 BR