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Surveyor-General Holland

by Henry Scadding

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Published by [s.n.] in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Holland, Samuel, 1728-1801,
  • Simcoe, John Graves, 1752-1806,
  • Holland, Samuel, 1728-1801,
  • Simcoe, John Graves, 1752-1806,
  • Simcoe, Lake (Ont.),
  • Toronto (Ont.) -- History,
  • Simcoe, Lac (Ontario),
  • Toronto (Ontario) -- Histoire

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H. Scadding.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 13371, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 13371
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23673695M
    ISBN 100665133715

    Laurance DeGive was born in Belguim. He and his wife, Pauline and their oldest daughter, Pauline (born ), came to America and settled in Georgia after the War Between the States, about Their first son, Peter, was born , Henry was born and Julius was born , all in Atlanta. Laurence first built an opera house on. Name Name: Major Samuel /HOLLAND/ Source: #S Occupation Occupation: Surveyor General of Canada Source: #S User ID User ID: A07E4AF6A9AEB1EDFAECA.

    English: Samuel Johannes Holland ( – 28 December ) was a Royal Engineer and first Surveyor General of British North ative names: Samuel Johannes Holland. Only six copies of his next book, Birds of New Holland with their Natural History, published in in London, have survived, which suggests that the remaining copies were somehow lost. An edition of the latter, made up from cast-off prints and pulls, was the first illustrated book to be engraved and printed in Australia.

    The genealogist trying to locate families, the surveyor or attorney researching old deeds, or the historian seeking data on land settlement will find Pennsylvania Land Records an indispensable aid. The land records of Pennsylvania are among the most complete in the nation, beginning in the s. Pennsylvania Land Records not only catalogs, cross-references, and tells how to . Interest Van Holland was the eminent Dutch political theorist's most renowned work, a critical analysis of the successful political economy of Holland and the Dutch Republic in general. "The only Dutch bestseller in economics, this work is mainly an argument for industrial freedom plus moderate duties" (Carpenter).


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Surveyor-General Holland by Henry Scadding Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Notes: "A notice of Samuel Holland, first Surveyor-General of Lands for the northern district of North America, based on an hitherto unpublished manuscript letter, addressed by him to Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe, in the year ".

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A notice of Samuel Holland, first Surveyor-General of Lands for the northern district of North America, based on an hitherto unpublished manuscript letter, addressed by.

A notice of Samuel Holland, first Surveyor-General of Lands for the Northern District of North America, based on an hitherto u v published manuscript letter, addressed by him to Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe, in the year TORONTO: MDCCCXCVI SURVEYOR-GENERAL HOLLAND.

BY REV. SCADDING, D.D. Personal life. According to the Dictionary of Canadian Biography little is known of Collins's early life. Samuel Johannes Holland, Surveyor General when Collins was appointed his deputy, on September 8,wrote that he had been “imployed for many years as a deputy Surveyor in the Southern Colonys”.

The Dictionary of Canadian Biography notes he was a prominent Known for: negotiated the Toronto Purchase. Lt.-Colonel Joseph Bouchette ( – April 8, ) was the Canadian Surveyor-General of British North book, Topographical Description of the Province of Lower Canada was published at London in and also translated into contained the sum knowledge of the territory at that time.

The township of Bouchette, Quebec, was named for :Quebec City. Surveyor-General Holland book citation style: Wheeler, T., Grant, J. & Holland, S. () A plan of the bay and harbor of Boston, surveyed agreeably to the orders and instructions of the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, to Samuel Holland, Esqr., His Majesty's Surveyor General of Lands for the Northern District of North America.

[Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress. Scale ca. Hand colored. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: London. Insets: A chart of the mouth of Hudsons River, from Surveyor-General Holland book Hook to New YorkPlan of Amboy with its environs from an actual surveyA plan of the city of New York.

LC Maps of North America,Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. The origins of the Proprietary Land Office may be traced to when William Penn appointed Thomas Holme Surveyor General. Under a constantly evolving set of procedures and relationships, the Surveyor General cooperated with the Secretary of Proprietary Affairs, a Master of Rolls, a Receiver General, and Commissioners of Property in conducting the sale of.

Brand new Book. The First Mapping of America tells the story of the General Survey. At the heart of the story lie the remarkable maps and the men who made them - the commanding and highly professional Samuel Holland, Surveyor-General in the North, and the brilliant but mercurial William Gerard De Brahm, Surveyor-General in the Range: $ - $ Samuel Holland From Gunner and Sapper to Surveyor-General FREDERICK J.

THORPE Abstract: The British Army engaged, inthe young Dutch officer, Samuel Holland (whose patron was already the Third Duke of Richmond), to serve in North America as an artillery and engineering : Frederick J.

Thorpe. A Dutch Land Deeds [Book II alias HH Part 1], [ c.f. (1 roll microfilm)] Books GG and HH Part 2 contain recorded grants (patents) of land by the director and council of New Netherland, and a few Indian deeds. Book II (also designated as HH Part 1) contains recorded private conveyances (deeds).File Size: KB.

Vigilante Wars ISBNNow and Then edition, e-book by Cecelia Holland is a look at the attempt to rid San Francisco of vice by use of gangland tactics in the 's.

The author has presented an interesting description of another chapter of American History/5(30). The town of Holland was chartered on Octo by the Vermont Legislature.

In the interval between the grant for the town and the actual writing of the charter, Holland was known by the designation Number 4, given to it by Vermont Surveyor General Whitelaw.

Holland is the highest town in Orleans County. The plan states that it is "from the surveys of Major [Samuel] Holland," who since had been Surveyor General of the Northern District of North America.

In fact it strongly resembles and is probably based on the depiction of the region on The Provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pennsylvania and the Governments of Trois.

This book also indexes Pennsylvania, Provincial Assembly, Warrants and Surveys of the Province of Pennsylvania, Transcribed from the Records of the Surveyor General's and Proprietaries Secretary's Offices by John Hughes, Recorder of Warrants and Surveys under the Act of Assembly July 7,Original manuscripts, 9 vols.

Astronomical Observations Made by Samuel Holland, Esquire, Surveyor-General of Lands for the Northern District of North-America; and Others of His Party. Communicated by the Astronomer Royal. Holland, S Philosophical Transactions (). – Resources about Samuel Holland (6) Surveyor-General Holland: a notice of Samuel Holland based on an hitherto unpublished manuscript letter, addressed by him to Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe, in the year / by H.

Scadding Scadding, Henry, [ Book:. Surveyor General Letter Book, (1 volume) LO PLR {series #} Arranged chronologically by date of correspondence. Filed with Proprietary Papers, [ca. ] {series #} (folder 11), this letter book contains office copies of several official reports.

Information given frequently includes names of purchasers and. Field Book Volume 40 George Flemming's field book of part of Oneida Reservation line and traverse of the Chenango and Unadilla rivers; also surveys in the Twenty Townships. Pages 1 and Index to above on page (s DHW) Field Book Volume 41 Chenango Twenty Townships, Mitchell's field book of surveys.

Page Field Book Volume Holland died on 28 Dec. ; Bouchette took over his duties on an acting basis and his appointment as surveyor general was officially confirmed in His first task was to restore order to a department that had been rather neglected by his predecessor as a result of tensions with the Americans but probably even more because of his great age.

The Life and Times of Major Samuel Holland, Surveyor-General, Reprint from the Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records XXI.

Read this item online. Official motor guide of Prince Edward Island. (). Read this item online: Automobile routes with road map and mileage chart. (). Read this item online.Referred: to the Surveyor General of Lands.

[Ibid. p. ] Same from Richard Hornbrooke for a lease of three small tenements, &c., parts of the manor of St. Austell Prior and Treverbyn Courtney, co. Cornwall, and of the manor of Tregullon, in the parish of St.

Just, in Roseland. Referred: to the Surveyor General of Lands. [Early Entry Book I. Then the county survyor would survey the chosen land, making three plats to be recorded in a book in his office, and two copies were to go with the executed warrant to the surveyor-general where it was recorded and attached to the grant, followed by one copy of the plat of survey and the executed warrant by the surveyor-general to the secretary Author: Jeannette Austin.