Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser 14 March 1806, p3

City Business

A Court of Common Council was held yesterday at Guildhall, at which the minutes of the last Court were read and confirmed.  After which the Lord Mayor laid before the Court a letter he had received from Capt Sir TM Hardy, Bart, in answer to the Thanks voted to him by the Court, expressing his gratitude on receiving such a high testimony of the good opinion of the Metropolis of his Country; and stating that he would use his utmost endeavour to merit the same.

The Court voted the sum of 200£ to be paid out of the City’s cash towards the expense of building a Protestant Episcopal Church in the City of Montreal, in Canada.

The Court also voted the sum of 500£ in aid of the funds of the Society for Educating the Deaf and Dumb Children of the Poor.

The Protestant Episcopal Parish Church of Montreal. Completed 1821. Anonyme - Anonymous 1822, 19th century Ink on paper - Etching 41 x 22 cm Gift of Mr. David Ross McCord M1242 © McCord Museum
The Protestant Episcopal Parish Church of Montreal. Completed 1821.
Anonyme – Anonymous
1822, 19th century
Ink on paper – Etching
41 x 22 cm
Gift of Mr. David Ross McCord
M1242
© McCord Museum
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