title: Extrait des Titres des Anciennes Concessions de Terres (...) de la dite Province du Canada
author: WILLIAM VONDENVELDEN ET LOUIS CHARTRAND
resume: EXCERPTS FROM TITLES Former land concessions in fief and seigniory, made before and after the conquest of New France by British arms, in the part now called Lower Canada, taken from the registers deposited in the office of the Secretary of the Province, and by this officer certified to be valid: to serve as references to the respective Lordships on the topographic map of Lower Canada.




title: Noms des Concessionnaires des Terres Concédées par la Couronne, dans la Province de Québec, de 1763 au 31 décembre 1890
author: Gouvernement du Canada
resume: Names of Concessionaires of Lands Granted by the Crown, in the Province of Quebec, from 1763 to December 31, 1890




title: Index des personnes dont les noms sont inscrits dans les registres de la loi Lacombe
author: LES COLLECTEURS DE MONTREAL
resume: The Lacombe Act, An Act passed in 1903, the Liberal government of Simon-Napoléon Parent passed the voluntary deposits legislation through the Legislative Assembly, faced with the gluttony of creditors faced with the financial difficulties of certain citizens. The Lacombe Act, named after the Liberal member of Parliament for Sainte-Marie, Georges-Albini Lacombe, gives indebted families the opportunity to repay their creditors in a progressive manner without having to submit a seizure. Here is an index found on registrants' web on this register in October 1908 in the Montreal area. List certainly a bit darker but genetically interesting.




title: Liste des Terrains Concédées par la Couronne de la Province de Québec, de 1763 au 31 décembre 1890
author: CHARLES-FRANÇOIS LANGLOIS
resume: LIST OF CROWNED LANDS IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC FROM 1763 TO 30 DECEMBER 1890




title: Notes sur les Registres de Notre-Dame de Québec
author: G. ET G.E. DESBARATS
resume: For several years, deplorable accidents, succeeding each other with rapidity, have destroyed many documents very precious to the history of Canada. Still some similar losses, and the sources now open to the historian will have completely disappeared.




title: Recensement de la ville de Québec pour 1716
author: ABBE L. BEAUDET
resume: It appeared to us interesting to offer to the public the census, made in the year 1716, of the parish of Notre-Dame de Quebec, comprising, up to the beginning of this century, the city and a part of the suburbs.




title: Registre Journalier des Malades de l'Hotel-Dieu de Québec
author: MARCEL FOURNIER & GISÈLE MONARQUE
resume: We have converted this 2096-page book with text recognition and a search engine for better search facility. A magnificent book published in 2005 offered to the public domain by Marcel Fournier and Gisèle Monarque.




title: Registre Médical de Collège des Médecins de la Province de Québec
author: J.M. BEAUSOLEIL
resume: Medical Register of the College of Physicians of the Province of Quebec




title: Extraits ou Précédents des Arrests Tirés des Registres du Conseil Supérieur de Québec
author: JOSEPH FRANÇOIS PERRAULT
resume: Extracts or precedents of the arrests taken from the registers of the superior council of Quebec. and dedicated to his honor Sir Francis Nathaniel Burton, Lieutenant-Governor, and to the other Honorable Members of the Court of Appeal of the Province of Lower Canada.




title: Rapport de l'Archiviste de la Province de Québec pour 1927-1928
author: PIERRE GEORGE ROY
resume: The Archives of the Province of Quebec saw the light of day in 1920 with the inauguration of Pierre-Georges Roy, the first archivist of the province. It compiles and invents a phenomenal mass of historical data. From this compilation a document entitled Report of the Archivist of the Province of Quebec was born. The results of the work on the Quebec archives will appear in this form until 1975. This is the eighth report.