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Prince Edward Island, divided into Counties & Parishes, with the lots as granted by Government

Prince Edward Island, divided into Counties & Parishes, with the lots as granted by Government

Exhibiting all the New Settlements, Roads, Mills &c &c

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    Pleasant Valley is located within original Lots 67 and 21 in Queens County, Prince Edward Island. In the original map, Samuel Holland divided the Island into 67 townships or lots within three counties and numerous parishes. The misplaced lot in the middle of the Island, was considered part of the Granville Parish. The Land Purchase Act, was a statute passed by the General Assembly of Prince Edward Island in Much of the land in the province was owned by absentee landlords, and the objective of the statute was to force the landlords to sell their estates to the provincial government, which would in turn sell the land at lower prices to local farmers.

    ( - ) Survey divided land into three counties, each , acres, counties divided into , acre parishes () Established as separate colony, Charlottetown became capital () Great Britain renamed colony to Prince Edward Island s. New Brunswick Courts Land records. The province is divided into counties. Each county is subdivided into civil parishes. Land petitions and land grants are held at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick and are searchable in databases: Land Petitions: Original Series, ; New Brunswick Land Grants,

      Prince Edward Island #4 () – forgery. Prince Edward Island (PEI, Île-du-Prince-Édouard in French) is located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, west of Cape Breton Island, north of the Nova Scotia peninsula, and east of New Brunswick. Its southern shore bounds the Northumberland Strait. It is a province of Canada consisting of the island of the same name, as well as minor islands. OCLC Number: Notes: Authorship attributed to S.S. Hill. Last page blank. Appendix: pages {i]-iii (last numbered sequence) Map entitled: Prince Edward Island divided into counties & parishes with the lots as granted by Government exhibiting all the new settlements, roads, mills, &c, &c.


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Prince Edward Island, divided into Counties & Parishes, with the lots as granted by Government Download PDF EPUB FB2

Prince Edward Island divided into Counties and Parishes with the Lots as granted by Government, exhibiting all the New Settlements, Roads, Mills, etc. Published. Map entitled: Prince Edward Island divided into counties & parishes with the lots as granted by Government exhibiting all the new settlements, roads, mills, &c, &c.

Lande, L.M. Lawrence Lande Coll., Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR). As the title indicates, the map shows Prince Edward Island divided into counties (shown in blue, yellow and pink), parishes and the Holland lots.

An inset in the upper left quadrant shows the Island in context in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. A plan of the island of St.

John with the divisions of the counties, parishes, & the lots as granted by government, likewise the soundings round the coast and harbours 1: A Map of the Island of St. John In the Gulf of St. Laurence. MAP of the Island of ST. JOHN In the GULF of ST. LAURENCE Divided Into Counties & Parishes And the LOTS, as granted by Government, to which are added The Soundings round the Coast & Harbours, Improv'd from the late Survey of Captain Holland.

Author, etc. Thomas Jefferys Samuel Holland. Description. A map of the Island of St. John in the Gulf of St. Laurence divided into counties & parishes: and the lots, as granted by the government, to which are added the soundings round the coast & harbours Creator Subject Description Printed map.

"Improv'd from the late Survey of Captain Holland. A map of the island of St. John in the Gulf of St. Laurence divided into counties & parishes and the lots as granted by government. To which are added the soundings round the coast & harbours, By Thomas] [Jefferys, is the official website of the province of Prince With the lots as granted by Government book Island.

Learn about Prince Edward Island and government services available to residents and business. S. Max Edelson [This is the eighth essay of the Borealia series on Cartography and Empire–on the many ways maps were employed in the contested imperial spaces of early modern North America.] This essay examines the Board of Trade’s survey and plan for St.

John Island (renamed Prince Edward in ). It is part of a larger study. MLA citation style: Jefferys, ThomasSamuel Holland, and Robert Sayer And John Bennett.

A map of the island of St. John in the Gulf of St. Laurence divided into counties & parishes and the lots as granted by which are added the soundings round the coast & harbours.

A map of the island of St. John in the Gulf of St. Laurence divided into counties & parishes and the lots as granted by government. To which are added the soundings round the coast & harbours, LOC jpg 8, × 5,; MB.

A plan of the island of St. John with the divisions of the counties, parishes, & the lots as granted by government, likewise the soundings round the coast and harbours Description: A major producer of the surveys that developed into The Atlantic Neptune was Capt.

Samuel Holland, Surveyor General for the Northern District. Prince Edward Island from toin About Two Pages. South and East fronts of Government House, Charlottetown, ca. Pencil on paper by G.E. Santagnello, from the Government House Research Manual atwith a credit to the Public Archives and Records Office, Charlottetown.

The Island was divided into three counties, fourteen parishes, and sixty-seven townships or lots, with each township containing twenty-thousand acres and each county having its own town. ByHolland had done his job, and the British Board of Commissioners conducted a lottery in which lots were awarded to military officers and others of Author: Julie V.

Watson. Detail from A Plan of the Island of St. John with the divisions of the Counties Parishes and the Lots as granted by Government Printed and Sold by A. Drury [] In early printed copies of the Holland map the acre Fort Lot (or Fort Lott) is both named and delineated.

Early Immigration – Prince Edward Island most likely come by a land bridge still connecting the Island to the mainland. the natives free range of the land unlike the British who later divided it into farms.

In the French census there were Mi’Kmaq living on the Island, many of them at. A plan of the island of St. John with the divisions of the counties, parishes, & the lots as granted by government, likewise the soundings round the coast and harbours.

[London: Printed &. Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), also called the Island, one of the Maritime Provinces of g from North Cape to East Point, “the Island,” as Prince Edward Islanders refer to the province, is about miles ( km) long, ranging from 2 to 40 miles (3 to 65 km) in lies between 46° and 47° N latitude and 62° and 64° W longitude.

The prayer of this Petition was granted, and in the Island became an independent Colony separated from Nova Scotia, and in the following year the first Governor, Walter Patterson, Esquire arrived in the Colony with all the officers necessary to establish the machinery of Government in Prince Edward Island.

HISTORY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. and those who had not, the government divided the commutation into four classes, requiring from the proprietors who had on their property the necessary number of settlers only five years' quitrents, instead of thirty-two years, - namely, from to- and making a proportionate deduction in the case of the four other classes.

Since more individuals were interested than there were lots available, the government of Great Britain devised a lottery for the sixty four (of sixty seven) lots being granted. St. John's Island was renamed to Prince Edward Island on Novem Prince Edward Island Travel Bureau.

In the entire island, after being surveyed, had been divided into three counties and 67 townships and allotted by ballot to persons in Britain who had claims against the government.Island was divided into three counties, fourteen parishes, and sixty-seven townships or lots, with each township containing twenty-thousand acres and each county having its own town.

ByHolland had done his job, and the British Board of Commissioners conducted a lottery in which lots were awarded to military officers and others of influence.