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New Ross: From Family to Community


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Letter from H. L. Lawson Ross to Edward Ross

Date: 9 May 1869

Extent: 1 page of textural records; 23 x 2 8 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 24

Note: Item discusses a parcel that was difficult to send; offers advice and support in the notion of moving to Boston.


Letter from A.P. Bradley to Edward Ross

Date: 5 June 1879

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 20 x 25 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 25

Note: Item discusses an acknowledgement of a receipt and thanks for the congratulations (on the letter is printer "Office of the Minister of Railways and Canals Canada, Ottawa). Note: the top right hand corner of the back page has been torn off.


Receipt from E.C. Hammer, Boston, to E. Edward I. Ross

Date: 1 September 1852

Extent: 1 page of textual records ; 10 x 19 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 26

Note: Item discusses the sale of Tea which cost $1.97; it is noted that the payment was received and was signed by E.C. Hammer (On the receipt is printed "Co E.C. Hammed, Dr, Tea, Coffee and Spice Packer, ---102 Fulton Street. Teas Packed For The Trade, in Chests, Half-Chests, Caddies, Canisters, and Pouching Papers. Coffee and Spices, in Tin Foil, Canisters, Bottles and Papers, for Home and Foreign Markets. A large assortment of Plain and Fancy Caddies, constantly on hand.)


Receipt for Mr. James Cogly, Chester Nova Scotia

Date: 14 September 1853

Extent: 1 page of textual records 8 x 13 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 27

Note: Item discusses the sale of several items on 14 September, including a silk handkerchief and boots for a total cost of £ 211 ?.


Receipt from Mr. Isaiah Foley to Dr. R. A. Martin

Date: 1855 and 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 23 x 19 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 28

Note: Item discusses the sale of several items to Martin; separated into two lists, the first is for 1855 and the second for 185 8 These items include nails, shoes milk pan, sugar molasses and vials of peppermint for 1855; and cotton, wool cloth and socks for 1858; notation of prices, when items were paid and the balance owing.


Receipt between John Leopold and Henry Terry

Date: 1857

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 7 x 13 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 29

Note: Item discusses the cost of items from 22 July 1857, which were paid in cash by E. Edward R. Ross on 6 August 1857.


Receipt from Black Brothers & Co. to Edward I Ross ESQ

Date: 13 January 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 16 x 17 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 30

Note: Item discusses several items that were purchased by Edward Ross including twine and zinc for a total cost of £ 0 16 9. It is written at the bottom that payment was received and signed by Black Brother.


Receipt from Morton and Cogswell for Edward I. Ross ESQ

Date: 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 21 x 20 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 31

Note: Item discusses the cost of various items purchased from 6 May 185 8 to 9 May 185 8 The bottom has a notation "Dear Sir, Above is a statement of ase ? to Decem 31/5 8 pleases examine and see if correct, your oba ? servants Morton & Cogswell". Printed on the receipt is "Co Morton & Cogswell, DR. Chemists and Druggists and General Patent Medicine Agents. Dealers in Leeches, Sponges, Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, Soaps and Shaving creams. Razor Strops, Genuine Eau de Cologne, Vesta Matches, Spices, Varnishes and Dry Colours, Fancy Articles, Cod Liver Oil &c. &c. Agents for Illustrated London News, Punch, News of the World, Willmer & Smith, and other English Papers".


Receipt from E. G. Fuller for E. Edward I. Ross

Date: 29 January 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 16 x 20 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 32

Note: Item discusses the purchase of several items costing a total of £0 10 0, with a notation at the bottom of the items being paid (printed along the left-hand side of the document is "Fuller's Great Periodical Depot, Established May, 1848, The Oldest Provincial House in the Province").


Receipt for Edward I. Ross ESQ

Date: 20 February 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 12 x 12 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 33

Note: Item discusses two purchases made from Bo of J. B. Bennett & Co., Importers of British and Foreign Dry Goods.


Receipt for Edward I Ross, ESQ

Date: 5 April 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 25 x 20 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 34

Note: Item describes items purchased including muslin and ribbon, which cost a total of £ 3 11 3. Items purchased at J.B. Bennett and Co, General Importers (No 4 Granville Street).


Receipt from Moses Merrifield to Mr. Wm Woodworth

Date: 16 June 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 15 x 18 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 35

Note: Item discusses several purchases which total £ 0 15 25; receipt is signed on the bottom by Moses Merrifield (printed on receipt is Bought of Moses Merrifield, Wholesale and Retail Furniture & Stove Ware Rooms, No. 209 Federal Street, (Formerly Sea) Opp. Summer St. Warf).


Receipt from Beckwith and Major to E. Edward I. Ross

Date: 20 June 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 18 x 11 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 36

Note: Item discusses the receipt of a road order for £5 which has been cashed.


Letter from C. Cornwallis to Mr. Edward Ross ESQ

Date: 3 July 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 22 x 18 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 37

Note: Item discusses an account that Edward had contacted C. Cornwallis about. Cornwallis says that the account is in Edward's hands for collection but that he can wait a week or two for the money.


Receipt between Eliza Hale and William Bangess

Date: 1857, 1859 and 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 19 x 20 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 38

Note: Item discusses an account which spans several years; items listed include postage, shoes and oats with the total amount equaling £ 2 11 8.It is also indicated that interest had been added on this amount bringing the total up to £2 14 22.


Receipt from P.B Bennett and Co. to E. Edward I. Ross

Date: 7 January 1858

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 20 x 12 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 39

Note: Item discusses the cost of three items which equaled £2 7 1, it is also indicated that £ 2 0 0 was paid in cash on 6 April 1858


Receipt from Mr. H. Chipmaud & Son to Mrs. Michael Sanchfield

Date: 1859-1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 13 x 18 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 40

Note: Item discusses the cost of several items over a two year period totaling, with interest, £ 1 4 3 ?.


Memorandum Book

Date: 1857

Extent: 41 page of textual records; 24 x 18 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 41

Note: Item discusses items that have been bought, shipped or delivered. There is a listing of names, which include Edward Ross. There is no indication of who this book had been kept for. Note: item has several torn pages and is stained in areas, book may have belonged to Edward Ross.


Receipt from Joseph E. Ellis to Oliver Thompson

Date: May - June 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 15 x 19 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 42

Note: Item discusses the purchase of several household items including tea, tobacco and butter which had a total cost of £ 5 6 8


Receipt between Joseph E. Ellis and Oliver Thompson

Date: 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 7 x 19 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 43

Note: Item discusses the purchase of several household items that totaled £ 5 6 10.


Receipt from Joseph E Ellis to Mr. Charles Brewster

Date: February - April 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 19 x 24 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 44

Note: Item discusses the purchase of several items which included tea, apples, shoes and potatoes for a total cost of £ 7 13 12.


Receipt from Joseph E. Ellis to Michael Tobin

Date: 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 22 x 19 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 45

Note: Item discusses the purchase of several items including tea, soap and oil for a total cost of £ 4 18 107.


Receipt from R. A. Martin to Mr. Timothy Tulharan

Date: 185 8 - 1859

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 11 x 21 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 46

Note: Item discusses the purchase of several household items which include crackers, rope and tobacco for a total cost, including interest, of £ 0 12 8 (the bill itself is dated in the top right hand corner as 16 November 1860).


Receipt from Samuel Rankin to W. Condon

Date: 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 7 x 18 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 47

Note: Item discusses a balance that is owed, totaling £ 0 7 6.


Receipt from Joseph E. Ellis to H. Kelly

Date: 1860

Extent: 1 page of textual records; 9 x 19 cm.

Reference: Ross Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 795 item 48

Note: Item discusses the purchase to sugar and tobacco for a total cost of £0 3 3. Note: item is stained and the upper left hand corner has been ripped, leaving the full name of who the receipt is for unclear.


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