File D43 - Saint-Sulpice : correspondance avec les évêques de Québec et de Montréal

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Saint-Sulpice : correspondance avec les évêques de Québec et de Montréal

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E01-S2-D43

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  • 1821-1840 (Creation)

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8 cm de documents textuels

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Le dossier contient principalement de la correspondance, mais aussi des mémoires, des rapports, des requêtes, des pétitions, des attestations, des questions, des instructions, des procès-verbaux, des interrogatoires, des circulaires, des contrats de donation, des coupures de presse, des actes et des mandements. Les correspondants sont, d'une part, les sulpiciens Jean-Henry-Auguste Roux, Jean-Baptiste Thavenet, Jean-Charles Bédard, Candide-Michel Le Saulnier, Jacques-Guillaume Roque, Joseph Comte, Nicolas Dufresne, Joseph-Vincent Quiblier, Antoine Sattin, Joseph-Alexandre Baile, et, d'autre part, Mgr Joseph-Octave Plessis, Mgr Bernard-Claude Panet, Joseph Papineau, Lord Bathurst, Lord Dalhousie, Lord Goderich, Lord Aylmer, Mgr Jean-Jacques Lartigue, Mgr Nicholas Wiseman, Mgr Joseph Signay, Duncan Fisher, Will McCulloch, Wilmot Horton, Jean-Marie Mondelet, Narcisse-Charles Fortier, Thomas Maguire, Jacques Viger, Jean-Charles Prince, Jean-Baptiste Dupuy, Pierre Viau, Alexis-Frédéric Truteau, Ignace Bourget, le cardinal Carlo Maria Pedecini et le cardinal Bartolomeo Cappellari.

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Ancienne cote : 901.137

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