Sessional Papers of the Dominion of Canada Volume 21, No. 9

Sessional Papers of the Dominion of Canada Volume 21, No. 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ... Is sorry that the deputies sent to the Oneidas Q"b' were not more successful. Arrangements to be made for sending down the Indians to Quebec, but to delay them till the arrival of the fleet' To examine Joseph Louis and his son separately, so as to get at the truth of their story. 36 June 28, Same to the same. It is desirable to have La Mothe employed Q"b-at Carleton Island, but if no other well qualified interpreter is to be had he may remain at Montreal for the present. Has been induced by letters from DePeyster, to allow about 40 canoes to proceed with the trade to the upper country. Merchants' passes to be sent to him for signature; will return by the express eight commissions for Indian otficers to be sent to DePeyster. Calve to receive a dollar and a ration a day in the Indian Department, on the recommendation of DePeyster. 37 July 3, Mathews to the same. Enclosing letters and commissions to Q"b-Indians, to be forwarded to DePeyster. 39-T1117 5, _ Haldimand to the same. Is glad the scout has been sent off, but Q"b' regrets that Lorimier has been placed under the command of Fraser, as the coolness between them might produce slackness; cannot send Fraser to Carleton Ireland at present. Is concerned to hear of Pore Gordan's death; to prevent bad consequences at the village wherehe had such influence for good, Mr; Johnson to go there with an interpreter. Calve will be rewarded for any services to Government. Arrival of the Mlchillimakinak Indians; the Six Nations to be taken care of when they come. 40-711118 Same to the same. Increasing suspicions against Gamelin and Q"b' Louis' sons; approves of communication to Crofts, so that he might watch them. Six Nations more

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