Map of "Lord
Selkirk's Grant ... Ordered to be printed by the House of
Commons, July 12, 1819"
Selkirk Grant area
"Papers Relating to the Red River
Lake Chief with some of
his Followers Arriving at the Red River and Visiting the Governor."
Lake Chief, making a
Speech to the Governor of Red River at Fort Douglas in 1823."
Bay Company. [H.L.] A BILL intituled 'An Act for enabling
Her Majesty to accept a Surrender upon Terms of the Lands, Privileges,
and Rights of "The Governor and Company of Adventurers of England
trading into Hudson's Bay," and for admitting the same into the
Dominion of Canada. (Brought
from the Lords 16 July 1868.) [Bill 240.]
- Whereas by certain
Letters Patent granted by his late Majesty King Charles the Second in
the Twenty-Second Year of his Reign, certain Persons named therein were
incorporated by the Name of "The Governor and Company of Adventurers of
England trading into Hudson's Bay," and certain Lands and Territories,
Rights of Government, and other Rights, Privileges, Liberties,
Franchises, Powers, and Authorities, were thereby granted or purported
to be granted to the said Governor and Company in His Majesty's
Dominions in North America ...
- [by the British North
America Act, 1867 ... admit Rupert's Land and the North-western
Territory,] or either of them, into the Union on such Terms and
Conditions as are in the Address expressed and as Her Majesty thinks
fit to approve ...
- Upon the Acceptance by
Her Majesty of such Surrender all Rights of Government and Property
Rights, and all other Privileges, Liberties, Franchises, Powers, and
Authorities whatsoever, granted or purported to be granted by the said
Letters Patent to the said Governor and Company within Rupert's land,
and which shall have been so surrendered, shall be absolutely