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1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Deceased militia. Pvt. Edward Carscallan.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Gazette on Apr. 26, 1817 (p. 4, col. 2)

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    Kingston Gazette, 1817-04-26, Page 4

  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Militia general orders from York.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Chronicle on Apr. 11, 1823 (p. 3, col. 2, 3)

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    No scanned or digitized copies of this newspaper on this date are currently available online.

  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Proceedings at a special dinner prepared by Daniel Pringle, Colonel William Bell, chairman, Major Thomas Coleman, Vice President. List of Toasts,

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    Appearing in the Kingston Chronicle on Jun. 8, 1827 (p. 3, col. 3)

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    Kingston Chronicle, 1827-06-08, Page 3

  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Thomas Coleman of Belleville, letter to the editor re: the toasts by the 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia.

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    Appearing in the Kingston Chronicle on Jun. 15, 1827 (p. 3, col. 3)

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    Kingston Chronicle, 1827-06-15, Page 3

  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Lt. Col. John Turnbull of this regiment is a member of the militia court martial at Fort Henry.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Nov. 28, 1838 (p. 1, col. 6, p. 2, col. 1)

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  • 1st Regiment of Hastings Militia

    Cavalry under Captain Benjamin Dougal called into active service.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Dec. 5, 1838 (p. 2, col. 3)

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1st Regiment Lennox Militia

  • 1st Regiment Lennox Militia

    Commanded by Capt. P. V. Dorland and not col. Crawford.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Nov. 17, 1838 (p. 3, col. 1)

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  • 1st Regiment Lennox Militia

    Noted that Rev. Job Deacon is not chaplain to the lot Lennox Militia but came as a volunteer.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Nov. 21, 1838 (p. 3, col. 2)

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  • 1st Regiment Lennox Militia

    Maj. Thomas Kirkpatrick of the 1st Lennox Reg. was a member of the militia court martial at Fort Henry.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Nov. 24, 1838 (p. 1, col. 6, p. 2, col. 1)

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  • 1st Regiment Lennox Militia

    Capt Matthew Ruttan is of this regiment.

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    Appearing in the Chronicle and Gazette on Feb. 19, 1845 (p. 3, col. 5)

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    Chronicle and Gazette, 1845-02-19, Page 3