LEASE, 26 JULY, 1822, OF KING'S POSTS TO JOHN GOUDIE FOR 20 YEARS FROM 1st OCTOBER, 1822, AND SUB-LEASE TO WILLIAM LAMPSON,
FROM 1 APRIL, 1828.
ARCHIVES DE LA PROVINCE DE QUEBEC.
MINUTES OF NOTARY CAMPBELL, No. 42.
LEASE OF THE KING'S POSTS FROM 1 OCTOBER, 1822.
[To] John Goudie . . . . for the term of twenty years, to take effect from the first day of October one thousand eight hundred twenty two. . . . paying therefor unto His Majesty . . . . the yearly sum of one thousand two hundred pounds, current money of this Province.
SUB-LEASE OF KING'S POSTS FROM 1 APRIL, 1828.1
William Lampson, in a petition to Lord Aylmer, Administrator of Lower Canada, Upper Canada, etc., in a petition dated 21 December 1830, states : That from the first day of April one thousand and eight hundred and twenty eight, Your Petitioner has been the sub-lessee of His Majesty's Domain Lands known by the name of the King's Posts.
1Journals of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. Appendix AA, No. 4, 1831.