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  • Surrogate Notice
    NewspaperText  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Mar 1861, p. 3     Owen Philips and Ira Webb are applying to be appointed guardians to Irena, James William, Mary Elizabeth, Seth W. and Ann Eliza minor children of the late Augustus Rogers, yeoman, Township of King....
    NewspaperText  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Mar 1861, p. 3   Owen Philips and Ira Webb are applying to be appointed guardians to Irena, James William, Mary Elizabeth, Seth W. and Ann Eliza minor children of the late Augustus Rogers, yeoman, ...
  • Surrogate Notice
    NewspaperText  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Mar 1861, p. 3     John Davis is appllying to be appointed guardian to Sarah Jane and Ruth, infant children of the late Elizabeth Davis, of the Township of King....
    NewspaperText  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Mar 1861, p. 3   John Davis is appllying to be appointed guardian to Sarah Jane and Ruth, infant children of the late Elizabeth Davis, of the Township of King....
  • The Cause of Adam Wilson's Defeat in Toronto
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 2 Aug 1861, p. 2     ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 2 Aug 1861, p. 2   ...
  • Municipal Elections
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 27 Dec 1861, p. 2     Candidates for King, Whitchurch, East Gwillimbury, North Gwillimbury, Georgina, Holland Landing and Newmarket....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 27 Dec 1861, p. 2   Candidates for King, Whitchurch, East Gwillimbury, North Gwillimbury, Georgina, Holland Landing and Newmarket....
  • Municipal Elections
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 27 Dec 1861, p. 2     Candidates for King, Whitchurch, East Gwillimbury, North Gwillimbury, Georgina, Holland Landing and Newmarket.
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 27 Dec 1861, p. 2   Candidates for King, Whitchurch, East Gwillimbury, North Gwillimbury, Georgina, Holland Landing and Newmarket.
  • Extracts from Boultbee and Trent's Address
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 27 Dec 1861, p. 2     During the week Messrs. Boultbee and Trent have issued an Address to the Electors of Newmakret, in which they set forth the action of the two parties in Council in pretty strong terms.
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 27 Dec 1861, p. 2   During the week Messrs. Boultbee and Trent have issued an Address to the Electors of Newmakret, in which they set forth the action of the two parties in Council in ...
  • To the Inhabitants of Newmarket
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 20 Dec 1861, p. 1     Thos. Brothers writes relating to Newmakret local matters. (Letter to the Editor)
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 20 Dec 1861, p. 1   Thos. Brothers writes relating to Newmakret local matters. (Letter to the Editor)
  • To the Inhabitants of Newmarket
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 13 Dec 1861, p. 2     Thos. Brothers writes relating to Newmakret local matters. (Letter to the Editor)
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 13 Dec 1861, p. 2   Thos. Brothers writes relating to Newmakret local matters. (Letter to the Editor)
  • New Bakery!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Nov 1861, p. 4     The undersigned in returning thanks for past favors, would imform the inhabitants of Newmarket, and its vicinity that he has opened a New Bakery on Main Street, opposite the North American Hotel, Where will be found constantly on hand bread of the best quality, also, biscuits, cakes, confectionary, etc. He ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Nov 1861, p. 4   The undersigned in returning thanks for past favors, would imform the inhabitants of Newmarket, and its vicinity that he has opened a New Bakery on Main Street, opposite the North ...
  • Mr. Sutherland's Reply
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Nov 1861, p. 2     D. Sutherland of Newmarket says that if his affidavit was wrong, so was Boultbee's and so was Trent's. (Letter to the Editor)
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Nov 1861, p. 2   D. Sutherland of Newmarket says that if his affidavit was wrong, so was Boultbee's and so was Trent's. (Letter to the Editor)
  • General Summary
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Nov 1861, p. 2     Joseph Corvell, son of Mr. Abram Corvell of this place, met with an accident on Sunday last, by the running away of a horse. It appears the animal was not well broken, and by some means became frightened: the young lad was thrown from the wagon with such force as ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Nov 1861, p. 2   Joseph Corvell, son of Mr. Abram Corvell of this place, met with an accident on Sunday last, by the running away of a horse. It appears the animal was not ...
  • To Correspondents
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2     A letter from Mr. Sutherland, in reply to the attacks made upon him, has been received, but is unavoidably crowded out this week. While on this point, we may as well remark, we consider it time this whole correspondence was brought to a close, Mr. Sutherland is entitled to a ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2   A letter from Mr. Sutherland, in reply to the attacks made upon him, has been received, but is unavoidably crowded out this week. While on this point, we may as ...
  • Presentation to Rev. Mr. Ramsay
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2     Availing oneself of a polite invitation, we had the pleasure of witnessing a presentation, at the parsonage, Newmarket, to Rev. Septimus F. Ramsay,from his late parishoners at Holland Landing. The deputation consisted of Mr. Beswick; Mr. Parsons, (Churchwarden;) Mr. McClure, and seven or eight others....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2   Availing oneself of a polite invitation, we had the pleasure of witnessing a presentation, at the parsonage, Newmarket, to Rev. Septimus F. Ramsay,from his late parishoners at Holland Landing. The ...
  • Correspondence
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2     John T. Stokes Town Clerk of East Gwillimbury says: You will much oblige by publishing the enclosed copy of a communication sent by me to the Council of the Holland Landing, explaining the facts of a certain charge made before the Council by their Clerk, at their moving on the ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2   John T. Stokes Town Clerk of East Gwillimbury says: You will much oblige by publishing the enclosed copy of a communication sent by me to the Council of the Holland ...
  • King Affairs Again
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2     Joseph Wood of King replies to the charges against him made by William Moore. (Letter to the Editor)...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2   Joseph Wood of King replies to the charges against him made by William Moore. (Letter to the Editor)...
  • The Yellow Placards - Startling Disclosures
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2     W. McMaster, Jr. says: Will you oblige me by laying before your readers the following interesting correspondence; it requires no comment at my hands, as it speaks for itself in a way that cannot be misunderstood. The public will now know and appreciated the honesty of a man who endeavoured ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2   W. McMaster, Jr. says: Will you oblige me by laying before your readers the following interesting correspondence; it requires no comment at my hands, as it speaks for itself in ...
  • Correspondence
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2     J.J. Hunter says Mr. McMaster has the audacity to charge him with the authorship. (Letter to the Editor)...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2   J.J. Hunter says Mr. McMaster has the audacity to charge him with the authorship. (Letter to the Editor)...
  • Correspondence
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2     Wm. McMaster, Jr. of Newmarket responds to two letters by D. Hunter and Stephen Webster. (Letter to the Editor)...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2   Wm. McMaster, Jr. of Newmarket responds to two letters by D. Hunter and Stephen Webster. (Letter to the Editor)...
  • Correspondence: Something about Perjury
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2     Wm. Trent Asks Newmarket Era publish his letter regarding the report circulated by W. McMaster, jr. and Donald Sutherland with references to the finances of village....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 8 Nov 1861, p. 2   Wm. Trent Asks Newmarket Era publish his letter regarding the report circulated by W. McMaster, jr. and Donald Sutherland with references to the finances of village....
  • The Cause of Adam Wilson's Defeat in Toronto
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 2 Aug 1861, p. 2     ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 2 Aug 1861, p. 2   ...
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