The Diary and Selected Papers of Chief Justice William Smith, 1784-1793

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The Diary and Selected Papers of Chief Justice William Smith, 1784-1793
Abstract
The New York-born Loyalist William Smith (1728-1793) was sworn in as Chief Justice of Quebec on November 2, 1786. He had earlier sat on the Supreme Court of the British colony of New York. His diary is considered an historical source book of the late-eighteenth century British empire in North America.
# of Volumes
2
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Champlain Society
Date
1963, 1965
Language
en
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Volume 1: The diary, January 24, 1784 to October 5, 1785. Volume 2: The diary, October 6, 1785 to May 18, 1787. Selected papers, 1785-1793.

Citation
Upton, L. F. S., ed. The Diary and Selected Papers of Chief Justice William Smith, 1784-1793. 2 vols. Toronto, ON: Champlain Society, 1963. http://link.library.utoronto.ca/champlain/item_record.cfm?Idno=9_96921&lang=eng&query=The%20diary%20and%20selected%20papers%20of%20Chief%20Justice%20William%20Smith,%201784-1793.%20vol%202.&browsetype=Title&startrow=1.
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