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Schedule of Forfeited Lots, December 8, 1836
1. Schedule of Forfeited Lots, December 8, 1836
Letter from H. Mallory, Chicago, to Messrs. Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners. Dated
2. Letter from H. Mallory, Chicago, to Messrs. Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners. Dated January 11, 1838
Letter: Chicago, to Messrs, Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners from H. Mallory, 1838 January
3. Letter: Chicago, to Messrs, Thornton, Fry and McClelland, Canal Commissioners from H. Mallory, 1838 January 11.
Letter from Benjamin Thompson, Attorney for W. Cushman, to Canal Commissioners. Dated July 23, 1840
4. Letter from Benjamin Thompson, Attorney for W. Cushman, to Canal Commissioners. Dated July 23, 1840

Articles of Agreement Dated January 12th, 1847, Between Isaac Hardy and the Board of Trustees of the
5. Articles of Agreement Dated January 12th, 1847, Between Isaac Hardy and the Board of Trustees of the Illinois and Michigan Canal for Construction of Summit Lock No. 1
Letter from Edward B. Talcott, Chicago, to William Gooding, Chief Engineer. Dated May 18, 1847
6. Letter from Edward B. Talcott, Chicago, to William Gooding, Chief Engineer. Dated May 18, 1847
Letter from A. Guthrie to William Gooding, Chief Engineer, I&M Canal, Discussing the Building of "Tug"
7. Letter from A. Guthrie to William Gooding, Chief Engineer, I&M Canal, Discussing the Building of "Tug" or "Tow" Boats. Dated January 8, 18 [1837 or 1844]
A List of Chicago Lots to be Offered for Sale June 20, 1836 [marked A]
8. A List of Chicago Lots to be Offered for Sale June 20, 1836 [marked A]

Assignment of Mortages from William Newton to Robert Milne. Dated December 26, 1853.
9. Assignment of Mortages from William Newton to Robert Milne. Dated December 26, 1853.
Map of the Illinois and Michigan Canal at the 9th Street Bridge in Lockport, Illinois
10. Map of the Illinois and Michigan Canal at the 9th Street Bridge in Lockport, Illinois
Letter from Augustus Pennoyer transferring his claim to Lots 7, 8, 9 & 10 in Block 1 on fractional section
11. Letter from Augustus Pennoyer transferring his claim to Lots 7, 8, 9 & 10 in Block 1 on fractional section 15 adjoining the town of Chicago to Hiram Peassons
Letter from Augustus Pennoyer Transferring his Claim to Lots 7, 8, 9, & 10 in Block 1 on Fractional Section
12. Letter from Augustus Pennoyer Transferring his Claim to Lots 7, 8, 9, & 10 in Block 1 on Fractional Section 15 Adjoining the Town of Chicago to Hiram Peassons. Dated June 28, 1836

Letter from Edward B. Talcott, Chicago, to William Gooding, Chief Engineer. Dated April 9, 1849
13. Letter from Edward B. Talcott, Chicago, to William Gooding, Chief Engineer. Dated April 9, 1849
Sheriff Certificate from Alonzo Leach, Sheriff of Will County, Will County Circuit Court, to Thomas Reegan
14. Sheriff Certificate from Alonzo Leach, Sheriff of Will County, Will County Circuit Court, to Thomas Reegan and Erastus Newton. Dated December 11, 1849.
Warranty Deed, Indenture between John Wardle, Martha P. Wardle (his wife), and Sarah Wardle, all of Lockport,
15. Warranty Deed, Indenture between John Wardle, Martha P. Wardle (his wife), and Sarah Wardle, all of Lockport, Ill., Joseph Wardle of Freeport (first part), and William South of Adrian, Michigan (second part). Dated July 1, 1860.
 

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