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A perspective view of Quebec drawn on the spot / Hulett fecit.

Plan de la ville de Quebec.

[Partie intérieure de l'Amérique septentrionale : Nouvelle Angleterre à Lac Erie] Fait à Quebec le 28 decembre 1752 /

Vue de Quebec, capitale du Canada.

Major General James Wolfe, commander in chief of his majesty's forces in the expedition against Quebec / H. Smith Esqr. pinxt. ; C. Spooner fecit.

An exact chart of the river St. Lawrence, from Port Frontenac to the island of Anticosti shewing the soundings, rocks, shoals &c with views of the lands and all necessary instructions for navigating that river to Quebec.

A new chart of the river St. Laurence, from the island of Anticosti to the falls of Richelieu: With all the islands, rocks, shoals, and soundings, also particular directions for navigating the river with safety. Taken by the order of Charles Saunders, Esqr. ... in the expedition against Quebec in 1759.

Plan of a rout undertaken in winter, Jany. 26th, from Quebec, the capital of Canada, to the frontier settlements of the Township of Topsham near Brunswick Fort on the River Ammerascaegun in the Province of New Hampshire, Feby. 20th 1760 /

A View of the taking of Quebeck by the English forces commanded by Gen. Wolfe, Sep: 13th, 1759

A perspective view of Montreal in Canada

A survey of Lake Champlain including Crown Point and St. Iohn's on which is fixed the line of forty five degrees north lattit. terminating the boundarys betwe[e]n the provinces of Quebec and New York agre[e]able to his Majesty's proclamation done by order and instruction of the Honourable James Murray, esqr., Governor of the Province of Quebec and the Honourable His Majestys Council

A view of the City of Quebec, the capital of Canada, taken partly from Pointe des Peres, and partly on board the vanguard man of war, by Captain Hervey Smyth Vue de la ville de Québec, capitale du Canada, prise en partie de la Ponte des Peres, et en partie àbord de l'avantgarde vaisseau de guerre, par le Cape. Hervey Smyth / / P. Benazech sculp.

[The provinces of New York, and New Jersey, with part of Pensilvania, and the government's of Trois Rivières, and Montreal:

The provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the governments of Trois Rivières, and Montreal:

A view of Cape Rouge or Carouge, nine miles above the City of Quebec on the north shore of the river St. Laurence - from this place 1500 chosen troops at the break of day fell down the river on the ebb of tide to the place of landing 13 Sept. 1759 Vue de Cap Rouge vulgairement Carouge, a 9 miles au dessus de la ville de Québec - sur le bord septentrional de la riviere de St. Laurent - c'est de Carouge que 1500 himmes de troupes choisies descendirent avec la marée au lieu de debarquement 13 Sept. 1759 / / drawn on the spot by Capt. Hervey Smyth ; engraved by Peter Mazell.

An east view of Montreal, in Canada Vue orientale de Montréal, en Canada / / drawn on the spot by Thomas Patten ; engraved by P. Canot.

Vuë de la place capitale a Quebeck. Prospect des haupt plazes der untern Stadt zu Quebec Vuë de la place capitale dans la Ville basse a Quebec / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Vuë de la basse ville a Quebeck. Prospect von der untern stadt in Quebec gegen St. Laurenz fluss Vuë de la basse ville a Quebec vers le fleuve St. Laurent / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

An exact chart of the river St. Lawrence, from Fort Frontenac to the island of Anticosti shewing the soundings, rocks, shoals &c with views of the lands and all necessary instructions for navigating that river to Quebec.

An exact chart of the river St. Laurence, from Fort Frontenac to the island of Anticosti shewing the soundings, rocks, shoals &c with views of the lands and all necessary instructions for navigating that river to Quebec.

A plan of the division line between the provinces of New-York and Quebec. In the 45th degree of north latitude. Survey'd in the year 1771 & 1772.

A perspective view of the town and fortifications of Montreal in Canada / D. Pomarede sculp.

A letter to the inhabitants of the Province of Quebec. Extract from the Minutes of the Congress. Philadelphia, Oct. 1774

In Congress, May 17, 1775. Resolved that all exportations to Quebec, Nova-Scotia, the Island of St. John’s Newfoundland, Georgia, except the Parish of St. John’s and to East and West Florida immediately cease … May 29 Resolved that no provisions

The provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec.

Committee-Chamber, New York 1st May, 1775. Whereas it appears by the public papers, that all exportation from Philadelphia to Quebec, Nova-Scotia, Georgia, and Newfoundland, or any part of the fishing coasts, or fishing islands, is suspended; an

Plan of the town & fortifications of Montreal or ville Marie in Canada - view of the town &c of Montreal / Aitkin sc.

In Provincial congress, New-York, June 2, 1775. Friends and countrymen. The parent of the universe, hath divided this earth amongst the children of men, and drawn out the line of their habitation ... To the inhabitants of the province of Quebec.

The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the Province of Quebec.

A map of the north west parts of America, with the utmost respect, inscrib'd to His Excellency, Sir Guy Carleton, Knight of the Bath: Captain General and Governor of the province of Quebec: General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's forces in the said province, and frontiers thereof. &c. &c. &c.,

Plan of the city and environs of Quebec : with its siege and blockade by the Americans, from the 8th. of December 1775 to the 13th. of May, 1776 /

Prospect von Quebec

A new map of the Province of Quebec, according to the Royal Proclamation, of the 7th of October 1763.

The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec.

David Wooster, Esq'r. - commander in chief of the Provincial Army against Quebec

A general map of the middle British colonies, in America. Containing Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware counties, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. With the addition of New York, and the greatest part of New England, as also of the bordering parts of the province of Quebec, improved from several surveys made after the late war, and corrected from Governor Pownall's late map 1776.

A general map of the middle British colonies, in America. Containing Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware counties, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. With the addition of New York, and of the greatest part of New England, as also of the bordering parts of the province of Quebec, improved from several surveys made after the late war, and corrected from Governor Pownall's late map 1776.

Plan of the city and environs of Quebec, with its siege and blockade by the Americans from the 8th of December, 1775 to the 13th of May, 1776.

The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec.

A view of Quebec from the south east

A map of the provinces of New-York and New-Yersey, with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Quebec.

The provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania and the province of Quebec. Drawn by Major Holland, Surveyor General of the Northern District in America.

George Montgomery, Esq'r. major general of the American armies - kill'd at Quebec Decr. 31st. 1775

Environs de Quebec: Bloque par les Americains du 8. decembre 1775 au 13. mai 1776.

A map of the provinces of New-York and New Jersey, with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Quebec.

Quebec

Nouvelle carte de la Province de Quebec ...

Major General Arnold Wounded Dec. 31-1775 at the attack of Quebec.

Major Gen'l. Rich'd. Montgomery slain in storming Quebec Dec'b'r. 31st, 1775 / J. Norman sc.

A view of the city of Quebec, the capital of Canada, taken from the rock on Point Levi, by Wm. Peachy Octr. 23d, 1784 / engraved by J. Wells.

Map of the middle states of North America with part of Canada shewing the situation of the principal towns, viz. Columbia [i.e. Washington, D.C.], Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Newport, Rhode Island, Boston & Montreal, also their several communications with respect to Lake Ontario.

Doctor Pomeroy's affidavit. Doctor Josiah Pomeroy, of Kinderhook, maketh oath, that he was a resident in Montreal, in the Province of Quebec, in or about the year 1789 [Regarding Governor Clinton's association with several inhabitans of Canada f

General Wolfe killed at the siege of Quebec, September 14,1759

A map of America between latitudes 40 and 70 north and longitudes 45 and 180 west exhibiting Mackenzie's track from Montreal to Fort Chipewyan & from thence to the north sea in 1789 & to the west Pacific Ocean in 1793.

View of Quebec, Canada; from the river St. Charles; shewing the conflagration of June 28th. 1845, and the ruins of the fire of May 28th., 1845

Map of the Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad from Concord to Haverhill, N.H.

Passenger route between New-York & Montreal and intermediate places, via Troy &Saratoga Springs ... Troy. May 1856.

Great tubular bridge, Grand Trunk Railway, Montreal, Canada

Great northern and eastern railroad route, Rutland, Burlington, Montreal and Ogdensburg. Fare as low as by any other route! ... New York, April 1856.

Great reduction. Northern passenger and freight express by Troy line of steamers, via Troy, Saragota, Whitehall, Burlington, Plattsburgh and Rouse's point. Montreal & Orgensburgh ... New York, April 1856.

Railroad map, showing the fact that about 65 miles of railroad to be constructed would form one of the principal railroad connections on this continent.

Great Tubular Bridge, Grand Trunk Railway, Montreal, Canada

Steamer PASSPORT

1857. New and important arrangement. Royal Mail through line for Kingston, Cobourg, Port Hope,...

The great railway disaster near Montreal, Canada

Abraham DeSola

Entrance to Chateau Frontenac, Quebec

Bank of Montreal, The

[Montreal River, bridge at rock cut, Wisconsin]

[Montreal River, bridge at rock cut, Wisconsin]

Loading steamers in Montreal harbor

Brown & Tierney, general stevedores, Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. and Montreal, Canada

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Alexander Melville Bell, August 19, 1882

The British Association at Montreal - portraits of some prominent members

Eveques de La Province Ecclesiastique de Quebec

Ice castle, Montreal; winter carnival, 1887 / J.T. Henderson, publisher, Montreal ; Canada Bank Note Co. Lim., lith.

The incline, Mt. Royal Park, Montreal

Quebec from Levis, Quebec

Montmorency Falls, Province of Quebec

Old Hall, McGill University, Montreal

[Approaching the city, Quebec]

Saguenay River and Cape Trinity, Quebec

[Quebec and the Chateau Frontenac from Levis, Quebec]

Champlain St., Quebec

R. & O. landing, Quebec

Court house, Montreal

Lachine locks, Montreal

The Citadel from the river, Quebec, Quebec

[Quebec from Levis]

The Citadel from the river, Quebec, Quebec

Windsor St. Station, Montreal

Martello tower, Plains of Abraham, Quebec

Capes Trinity & Eternity, Saguenay River

City Hall, Montreal

Chateau Frontenac from the River, Quebec

Residence of Hugh Allan, Esq., Montreal

St. James Street, Montreal

McDonald Engineering Building, McGill University, Montreal

Place Viger Hotel & station, Montreal

Mt. Royal Road, Montreal