All of the resources below are links directly to scanned copies on found on the Internet Archive.
These court decisions 1789-1818 include the names of many residents who lived in Kingston-Frontenac during this early time-period.
Gourlay was a radical, charged with seditious libel. Read S.F. Wise's article about Robert Fleming Gourlay in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography
A lively argument about the way Crown Land was being managed; the rights and difficulties of settlers in Ontario.
Descriptions of the locks, towns, landscape, tolls, etc. along the newly-built Rideau Canal
This public meeting, attended by many prominent Kingston citizens, centered on the question of whether university/college education should be localised in Toronto.
Toronto university/college education was to be government-funded, while education in Kingston was not.
More debate about the public funding of Queen‰ЫЄs University.