Memorials and Things of Fame

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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March 22, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
The Princess of Wales

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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March 18, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Death of King George III
London – After the death of his late Majesty, who passed away on January 29th, had been formally announced, the following instrument was prepared and signed and read to the Prince Regent: –

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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March 10, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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March 4, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Liberality

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

February 28, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
The Packets
Halifax – Four tedious months of the year, from October to March, our English mails are sent to us by way of Bermuda and New York. Thus is every communication, public and private.

February 28, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle
Snow-shoe Club Races
Over 3,000 people present

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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February 19, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Vocal Concert

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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February 4, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Counterfeit Notes

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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January 30, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Imports and Exports

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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January 20, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Quebec Harmonic Society

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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January 17, 1820 – The Quebec Gazette
Emigration
London – Ten ships are engaged to convey emigrants from England to the Cape of Good Hope, where they will form a settlement at Algoa Bay [South Africa]. We hope soon to hear that a paper in the English language is published there. How such settlements might flourish if a free trade with all nations was allowed.

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