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Graves Simcoe, John
Simcoe, John G.
Simcoe, John Graves
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Arnold, Benedict (1741-1801)
Banks, Joseph (1743-1820)
Boucher, Jonathan (1738-1804)
Hill, Jane
Scace, Susan (1941-)
Scadding, Henry (1813-1901)
Schaeffer, Roy (1950-)
Upper Canada Lieutenant-Governor (1791-1796 : Simcoe) (see also from)
Upper Canada. Major General (1794-1796 : Simcoe)
Descriptive account of propsal presented to the British Parliament
journal of the operations of the Queen's rangers, from the end of the year 1777, to the conclusion of the late American war. By Lieutenant-Colonel Simcoe, commander of that corps, A
Letter to Sir Joseph Banks (president of the Royal Society of Great Britain) written by Lieut.-Governor Simcoe, in 1791, prior to his departure from England for the purpose of organizing the new province of Upper Canada : to which is added five official speeches delivered by him at the opening or closing of Parliament in the same province
Lieut.-General Simcoe understanding that the translation of the Duke de Liancourt's Travels has been much circulated, thinks it not improper to print an extract from a letter of his to the printer, Mr. Phillips, in answer to a very civil communication received from him respecting that work.
Map of the Province of Upper Canada. - [ca. 1980], A
Maps of Williamsburg, Virginia
Military Journal. -
Remarks on the travels of the Marquis de Chastellux in North America.
Simcoe's military journal : a history of the operations of a partisan corps, called the Queen's Rangers, commanded by Lieut. Col. J.G. Simcoe, during the war of the American Revolution ; now first published, with a memoir of the author and other additions.
Speech of his excellency John Graves Simcoe, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of the province of Upper-Canada, &c. &c. &c. Upon opening the fifth session of the provincial parliament; with the respective addresses of both houses thereupon -likewise- his excellency's answers. By authority.
Wolford letters : correspondence of John Graves Simcoe in the archives of the Law Society of Upper Canada