Lewis University I & M Canal Documents and Correspondence, 1832-1857 (Lewis University)
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Letter of petition from D. Prickett, J.B. Thomas Jr., and Peter Prayne, Chicago, to the Canal Commissioners.
1. Letter of petition from D. Prickett, J.B. Thomas Jr., and Peter Prayne, Chicago, to the Canal Commissioners. Dated June 2, 1836
Letter from Joel Manning, Secretary, Canal Board, to J. M. H. Swift Concerning a Request for Payment
2. Letter from Joel Manning, Secretary, Canal Board, to J. M. H. Swift Concerning a Request for Payment Due Contractor. Dated Oct. 12, 1840
Articles of Agreement for Construction of the Illinois and Michigan Canal Contract. Dated 1830
3. Articles of Agreement for Construction of the Illinois and Michigan Canal Contract. Dated 1830
Articles of Agreement Dated January 12th, 1847, Between Isaac Hardy and the Board of Trustees of the
4. 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

Account of Sale of Chicago Lots, June 1836
5. Account of Sale of Chicago Lots, June 1836
Assignment of Mortages from William Newton to Robert Milne. Dated December 26, 1853.
6. Assignment of Mortages from William Newton to Robert Milne. Dated December 26, 1853.
Assignment of Mortgage from Ogden & Jones to William Newton. Dated January 13, 1850.
7. Assignment of Mortgage from Ogden & Jones to William Newton. Dated January 13, 1850.
Deed of Mortgage. Indenture between Erastus Newton of Will County, Illinois, and Robert F. Bartlett of
8. Deed of Mortgage. Indenture between Erastus Newton of Will County, Illinois, and Robert F. Bartlett of Will County, Illinois. Dated December 5, 1842.

Indenture of Mortgage between William Newton of Sherburne, New York, and Robert Milne, Lockport, Illinois.
9. Indenture of Mortgage between William Newton of Sherburne, New York, and Robert Milne, Lockport, Illinois. Dated March 25, 1850.
Letter from A. H. Ridgley, Cashier, State Bank of Illinois, to the Board of Commissions Office of the
10. Letter from A. H. Ridgley, Cashier, State Bank of Illinois, to the Board of Commissions Office of the I&M Canal. Dated June 11, 1838.
Letter from Benjamin Wright Raymond, to General Jacob Fry, Acting Commissioner and Resident Trustee,
11. Letter from Benjamin Wright Raymond, to General Jacob Fry, Acting Commissioner and Resident Trustee, I&M Canal, Dated March 21, 1840
Letter from George Smith and Edward [undreadable], Chicago, to Jacob Fry Esq., Lockport. Dated May 15,
12. Letter from George Smith and Edward [undreadable], Chicago, to Jacob Fry Esq., Lockport. Dated May 15, 1846

Letter from Milne Ferguson & Co., to William Gooding Esq. Secretary of the Canal Board. Dated March 11,
13. Letter from Milne Ferguson & Co., to William Gooding Esq. Secretary of the Canal Board. Dated March 11, 1850.
Letter from Robert Stuart, Secretary of the I&M Canal Board, to Lowry & Gedney, Publishers of the Constitutionalist.
14. Letter from Robert Stuart, Secretary of the I&M Canal Board, to Lowry & Gedney, Publishers of the Constitutionalist. Dated September 20, 1848.
Quit Claim Deed of Erastus Newton and Julia Newton. Dated December 16, 1853.
15. Quit Claim Deed of Erastus Newton and Julia Newton. Dated December 16, 1853.
Warranty Deed, Indenture between John Wardle, Martha P. Wardle (his wife), and Sarah Wardle, all of Lockport,
16. 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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