Lower Canada. : A complete synopsis of the great pew case : James Johnston (plaintiff), appellant and the minister and trustees of St. Andrew's Church, Montreal (defendants) respondents : from the institution to the final decree of the Supremem Court of Canada / compiled by R.D. McGibbon.
Lower Canada. : Report at large of the trial of Charles de Reinhard, for murder (committed in the Indian territories) : at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Quebec, May 1818 : to which is annexed, a summary of Archibald M'Lellan's [trial], indicted as an accessary / [by William S. Simpson].
Lower Canada. : Report at large of the trial of Charles de Reinhard [electronic resource] : for murder, (committed in the Indian territories,) at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Quebec, May 1818 : to which is annexed, a summary of Archibald M'Lellan's, indicated as an accessary / by William S. Simpson.
Lower Canada. : In the Privy Council, 1861, Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, council chamber, Whitehall, 2nd August, 1861, Coram the Right Honorable Lord Kingsdown, the Right Honorable Sir Edward Ryan, the Right Honorable Master of the Rolls, on appeal from the Court of Queen's Bench, Lower Canada, between the Bank of Montreal, defendant in the court below appellant and Eleonore Jane Simpson & vir, plaintiffs in the courts below respondents [electronic resource].
Lower Canada. : Extract from the minutes of Council : containing His Majesty's late regulations relative to the waste lands of the Crown, with His Excellency, the Governor General's order of reference respecting the same, to a committee of the whole Council, of the province of Lower-Canada the said committee's report thereon, and His Excellency's speech in reply.
Lower Canada. : Journal of the House of Assembly, of Lower-Canada. From the 20th November 1795, to the 7th May 1796, both days inclusive. In the thirty-sixth year of the reign of King George the third.
Lower Canada. : Proceedings in the House of Assembly of Lower-Canada, on the impeachment against the Honorable Louis Charles Foucher, Esquire, one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench for the district of Montreal [electronic resource].