Applications for the lease of Crown and clergy reserves Help

Ontario Government Record Series RG 1-170

Applications for the lease of Crown and clergy reserves

About these records

Applications for the lease of Crown and clergy reserves
Dates of Creation
1801-[ca. 1840]
Physical Description

3 volumes of textual records

Scope and Content

Series consists of applications for leases of Crown and clergy reserves as well as an index to applications compiled by the Surveyor General's Office.

Restrictions on Access
Original records are closed for conservation reasons.
Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright is primarily held by the Crown. No restrictions on reproduction. Permission of the Archives of Ontario is required for publication; submit a Request for Permission to Publish, Exhibit or Broadcast Form.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These records were transferred to the Archives of Ontario from the Department of Lands and Forests.
Availability of Other Formats

This series is also available on microfilm.
Former Codes

Volume RG 1-170-0-1 formerly was RG 1 C-II-1, volume 1.

Volume RG 1-170-0-2 formerly was RG 1 C-II-1, volume 2.

Volume RG 1-170-0-3 formerly was RG 1 C-II-1, volume 3

Finding Aid
A volume list is available for this series.

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Agency or agencies that created these records

These records were created by the following Ontario government agency or agencies. Click on the agency reference code for information about this agency and other records it created.

1801-1827 :

Surveyor General's Office (BA84)

1827-[ca.1840] :

Crown Lands Department (AA100) Office of the Commissioner of Crown Lands (CA44)

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By Microfilm Interloan
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