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Col. A. T. H. Williams Election Expenses Information

File consists of invoices for the expenses for the Liberal Conservation Association Candidate, Col. Arthur T. H. Williams for the 1882 federal election. Invoices include: Music Hall Rental; Duncan Chisholm, Barrister & Attorney at Law; Millbrook Store; Robert Hutchison Inn, Cavan; The Mail Printing Company, Toronto; The Daily & Weekly Guide Steam Printing & Publishing House, G. Wilson & Sons; Charles Reynolds, Furniture and Upholstery, Undertaking, etc.; Levi Reynolds; Port Hope Times Steam Printing, J. B. Trayes; Dominion Telegraph; G. N. W. Telegraph, Bethany; William Vance, Millbrook; Jacob Atkins; H. A. Ward; W. J. Beatty; T. M. Ward. Detailed statement of expenses included. George C. Ward, Returning Officer.

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Hope Cheese Factory Declaration

File consists of records created by the Hope Cheese Factory, 1867-1885. It includes: Declaration of the Hope Cheese Factory, 14 Oct 1867; Declaration of the amount to Stock, 14 Jan 1871; Report 1871; Annual Reports 1872, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1884, 1885.

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J. Simpson and T. Greenwood Lease of Store

File consists of two (2) leases for store houses, 1879-1881. (1) Lease, John Hunter to Thomas Greenwood and Produce Dealers, leasing the brick structure with a stone foundation on the east side of Mill Street, 1879; (2) Lease, James Simpson and Thomas Greenwood, Grain and Wool Merchants to lease a brick structure with a stone foundation on the east side of Mill Street, 1881.

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Lewis Ross' Election Expenses and Correspondence

File consists of statement of disbursements for Lewis Ross, Reform Candidate for the 1882 Federal Election. Invoices are made out to Lewis Ross, Seth Smith agent for Lewis Ross or to the Reform Association or East Durham Reform Association. There are also invoices for various Port Hope businesses: Daily & Weekly Guide Steam Printing and Publishing House, G. Wilson & Sons in the Sculthorpe Building; The Port Hope Gas Light Co; J. Craick & Co. Dry Goods; Dominion Telegraph Co; George Cochrane; J. T. George Furniture; Frank C. Lidelle; Hewson & Co. Livery and Boarding; Thomas H. Goheen, Livery Keeper; The Weekly News - Printing.

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