Also to W. H. Withrow, D. D., F. It S. C., Toronto; S. D. Scott. Esq., St. John, N. B.; Israel Longworth, Esq., Q. C., Truro, N. S.; Hon. Wm. Ross, Halifax; John T. Mellish. Esq., Charlottetown, P. E. I.; and the custodians of public documents in several of the counties in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
The following are some of the volumes and pamphlets consulted : Histories of Nova Scotia. by Haliburton and Murdoch; IGagsford's History of Canada; Calnek and Savary's History of Annapolis; Park-man's Montcaim and Wolfe; Appleton's American Cyclopedia; Sabine's American Loyalists; CannifFs Settlement of Upper Canada ; Campbell's History of Yarmouth; Patterson's Life of James MacGregor; HiWs Memoir of Sir Brenton Haliburton : Gregg's Short History of Presbyterianism in Canada : Lawrence's Footprints; Johnson's First Things in Canada, and Place-Names in Canada ; J. C. Hamilton's Paper on Slavery in Canada; Scadding's Toronto of Old; The Johns Hopkins Historical Series ; Reports on Canadian Archives ; Collections of Non Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Niagara Historical Societies; Clarkson's Manuscript Journal; Mrs. Alice Morse Earle's Old New England and Old New York.
T. WATSON SMITH. Hawn, N. S., .Ifarch q, 1898.