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New Brunswick
Prof. Jas. Robb, Fredericton
Rev. Jas. Fowler, Richibucto     (Nov. 70)
Prof. S. W. Bailey, Fredericton  (70)
W.C. Hannah, Upper Maccan , Cumberland N.S.  [[1873?]] - Moose & Caribou

H.B. Territory

Donald Gunn, Red River Settlement 50°.6 + 97° B. De
Hon. Chas Elliott, Governor of Bermuda
Wm. McTavish, Fort Garry, Red River Settlement, AB,via Pembina  B De
John Isbister, Nelson River B De
B.R. Ross  Chief Trader McKenzie River Dist. (Fort Simpson) care H. B. Co's agent, Pembina, [[Mn?]]  De
[[strikethrough]] [[Ian?]] George Barnston Esq. [[/strikethrough]] Michipicoten. L. Superior (Zool. Bot
Sault St. Marie) care of Wemyss Simpson. H. B. House.
Richard Hardisty Esq. [[agent?]] in charge [[Fort??]] Carlton Saskatchewan
Mr. J. McKenzie ([[strikethrough]] Moose Factory care J. S. Watt. H.B.C. agent Fort William Ottawa R [[/strikethrough]] Michipicoten 1862   be there 1st May - 1st December)
Mr. A. McDonald. Little Whale River
                 Severn House: Trout Lake Station
Mr. Henry Conolly. Rigolet, Esquimaux Bay, Labrador
Mr. Thos. Richards, Metawagamingue; care of J. W. Simpson Esq. Temiscamingue. Ottawa River C. Q. (collects [[?]]
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Horatio Hale Clinton Ontario Ap. 70.
D. P. Fortin [[underline]] [[Lapaine?]] near Montreal [[/underline]]
James Bissell. Ap. H B. Co. Montreal, Cana. 187[[5?]]
James Stewart. Winipeg [[(1873)?]]
Mr. Gladmon Rupert House
Mr. Jas. Anderson [[strikethrough]] Little Whale River [[/strikethrough]] Moose Factory 1862
Mr. Mactavish. Albany Fort
Mr. Clare. is in charge of Ft. Churchill District (is a collector himself)
John Schultz M.D. Red River Settlement Zool
[[strikethrough]] B. R. Ross. Mingan: care [[Harriet?]] Brock "Quebec" [[/strikethrough]]
[[Colon?]] Rankin Chicoutime. Saguenay. North Shore. [[Below?]] Quebec.
Donald A. Smith (Labrador)
B. R. Ross Rupert House Care H B Co. N. William Ottawa [[Res.?]] [[A?]] Dec. 66.
Strachan Jones. Little Slave Lake (July 67)
J. H. Mactavish [[sic, should be McTavish]]. H B Co. Ft. Garry. Winipeg (1875?)
Henry Hague. St. Catharines, Ontario. 1875

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