Memorials and Things of Fame

Memorials and Things of Fame

August 1, 1818 - The Quebec Gazette

Memorials and Things of Fame

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July 25, 1868 - The Morning Chronicle

Memorials and Things of Fame

July 19, 1818 - The Quebec Gazette
Charles Alarie and Thomas Thomas, convicted on the charge of stealing from a vessel lying in Quebec harbour, were executed pursuant to their sentence passed at the Court of King’s Bench. Alarie was a Quebecer and Thomas a foreigner.

Memorials and Things of Fame

June 6, 1868 – The Morning Chronicle
A One-Horse Discussion 
An amusing conversation took place on the communication of Mr. Baillarge, recommending the appropriation of $120 for the purchase of a horse for the Fire Department.

Memorials and Things of Fame

1818 – The Quebec Gazette

The stage running between Montreal and Three Rivers overturned in the vicinity of Sorel. As it was well filled with passengers and luggage, the crash was severe, one woman suffering a broken leg when a trunk which was on top of the convenience fell upon her. Three men were painfully injured about the head and body but none seriously.

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May 13, 1818 - The Quebec Gazette

Memorials and Things of Fame

May 2, 1818 – The Quebec Gazette

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April 8, 1818 – The Quebec Gazette
The remains of Mr. George Beattie were interred in this city. At the time of his death he was 81 years of age and was the founder of the first Masonic Lodge in this city.

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April 2, 1818 – The Quebec Gazette

Memorials and Things of Fame

March 28, 1868 – The Morning Chronicle
Destruction of Property – A large gang of night marauders from St. Sauveur, carried off a quantity of wooden fencing for firewood, from several farms on St. Foy’s Road, on Tuesday night.
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