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14 March 1802

Letter from Colin Campbell to Mr. Robie, signifying his agreement with whatever regulations the Assembly make regarding the stationing and payment for service of his horses. Signed.

Reference: Commissioner of Public Records Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 303 number 19


10 October 1774

Petition of Hugh Dunn and John Treasy re: payment for firewood.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 1 number 65


26 June 1775

Petition of James Wakefield etal for payment for work done at Sambro Island lighthouse.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 1 number 74


1776

Petition of Arthur Goold, Colonel of Militia for Queens County and the Township of Clare, for payment for services rendered.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 1 number 108


28 September 1784

Petition of Mathew Pennell, Keeper of the Lighthouse, stating its condition and asking payment for expenses.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 1 number 113


4 November 1784

Petition of Israel Andrews for payment for work done on the road between Windsor and Halifax.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 1 number 116


20 October 1806

Certificate that Elias Wheelock has received no payment for work on the Nictau Road.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 13 number 39


30 October 1806

Foster Woodberry's Account of Expenditure on the Nictau Road and a note regarding the suspension of payment for the attached account.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 13 number 41


20 July 1806

Receipt of payment for drafting articles of agreement in duplicate between William Sabatier and John Henderson, mason, for building a stone arch, Foster Hutchinson.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 13 number 87e


22 January 1807

Report of joint committee on expenditures and demands for payment for the new Government House. (As in Assembly Papers, Vol. 13)

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 14 number 23


22 November 1809

Memorial of Adolphus Vieth, Clerk to the Adjutant-General of Militia. He was first appointed to his office in 1797, after which he gave his account for services annually, “until some Years ago when the late Secretary (Mr. Wentworth) thought it unnecessary to receive Your Memorialists annual Account, after which he discontinued submitting it, but continued to receive payment annually for his services up to the 27th June 1807. That agreeable to the Vote of the Honble. House at their last Session, wherein they grant the Adjutant General a certain sum of Money for defraying the expenses of this Office, this Gentleman will not be authorized to pay him for any past services, but only for those of the ensuing Year commencing in December 1808, by which Your Memorialist will loose the payment for 18 Months labour vizt. from 27th June to 26 December 1808, during which period the business of the Office was so pressing as to oblige him to hire assistance.” Asking relief.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 16 number 57


16 February 1811

Petition from Marble Wood, stating that he has entertained various contingents of the militia at his inn on the Windsor-Halifax road, and that he has received no payment for it. He encloses four certificates, showing when the soldiers were billeted on him. Encloses four certificates.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series A volume 17 number 23


10 November 1798

Petition of William Lee, master joiner, King's Dockyard, Halifax, seeking payment for a barn and house he built at the Governo's North Farm. His payments ceased when Parr became governor.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series GP volume 6 number 1


31 October 1831

Petition, Thomas Edwin Sears, Surgeon, Sydney, asking payment for poor relief he provided to John McKinnon, a recent immigrant.

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series GP volume 6 number 6


1850

Petition of Donald and Norman Ferguson, Grand River, seeking payment for work they performed as 'axemen.'

Reference: Nova Scotia House of Assembly Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 Series GP volume 6 number 29


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