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- MS-6, Box 2, Folder 3
Item is a journal kept by Captain John Harris (c. 1775-1825) during a voyage on the sloop 'Dart,' commencing May 22, 1813. Harris also used the journal during two 1815 voyages on other vessels. He recorded occurrences on board the boat &...
- MS-6, Folder MS-6-2
- [ca. 1638]
The document, although undated, and in spite of an earlier note on the back giving its data as November 1st, 1638, was evidently one of several drawn up as a result of the meeting of the Council for New England held on February 3rd, 1634/5. The or...
- MS-6, MS-6-24
For meagre details concerning this engineer, as also concerning Gargas, compare the records found in the Introduction. The date of this record differs slightly from that of the official copy of his report in Paris. A later comparison may prove of ...
- MS-6, Box 2, Folder 5
- October 22, 1816
Also known as MS-6-18.
- MS-6, Box 1, Folder 36
- 19 May 1758
This letter was written while waiting in Halifax for the arrival of the Commander-in-Chief, Major General Jeffery Amherst, who had recently been appointed to take command of the expedition against Louisbourg. The Goldsmith referred to was Wolfe...
This series consists of original manuscripts of Bliss Carman's poetry, his correspondence and photographs of himself, along with his wife and son. Also included are offprints and clippings of his published poetry.A manuscript of May and June ...
- MS-6, Box 1, Folder 25
Formerly known as MS-6-P1e.
This series consists of books collected by William Inglis Morse. Books include A Journal of the proceedings on board the sloop Dart, privateer of St. John, New Brunswick, Annals of Liverpool and Queen's county, 1760-1867 and Nova Scotia autho...
- MS-6, SF Box 12, Folder 17
Formerly known as MS-6-5E25.
- MS-6, Box 1, Folder 7
- January 30, 1869
Also known as MS-6-18.
Document from Richard Phillips, Governor of Nova Scotia. To the Right Honorable, the Lord Visct. Townshend His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State. The Situation and State of His Majesty's Province of Nova Scotia.
- MS-6, MS-6-26
This manuscript is principally concerned with the problem of the French who remained in the province after its cession to England at the Treaty of Utrecht...A considerable amount of space is also occupied in setting forth the natural advantages of...
This series includes documents collected by William Inglis Morse. Documents include an appointments of Joseph Howe and Thomas A. Turner, a pension decree from the War Department of the French Republic signed by Napoleon Bonaparte, an inscription t...
- MS-6, Safe (MS-6-11)
- MS-6, MS-6-13
The manuscript is written on fourteen folio pages and is signed at the end by Gargas, who was Chief Assistant to the Intendant. In this second doument he mentions each place visited and described the country in a most interesting manner.
This series consists of a sket of the cutter 'Mary' that belonged to Major Love, photographs of Bliss Carman and a portrait of Louisa May Alcott, which were collected by William Inglis Morse.More photographs of Bliss Carman can be found ...