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Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats

an account of the early legal and political controversies respecting the ownership of a large portion of the present city of Ottawa

by Hamnett P. Hill

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Published by James Hope & sons in [Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Randall, Robert, d. 1834.,
  • Ottawa (Ont.) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hamnett P. Hill
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF1059.5.O9 H6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24156410M
    LC Control Number21016314
    OCLC/WorldCa7654867

    LeBreton Flats Redevelopment: Soil Rich With Canadian History The LeBreton Flats redevelopment has been quite the topic of conversation in Ottawa’s municipal news. Something exceptional is about to hit the hectare region that sits a mere minute walk from Parliament Hill, and it is about time! The curse of LeBreton Flats – Ottawa Sun That noise you just heard was Robert Randall, now about years old, snorting a great guffaw from his Drummond Hill Cemetery grave in Niagara Falls. “LeBreton Flats?” you can hear him thunder across the miles and centuries.

    That noise you just heard was Robert Randall, now about years old, snorting a great guffaw from his Drummond Hill Cemetery grave in Niagara Falls. “LeBreton Flats?” you can hear him thunder across the miles and centuries. “Let me tell you about LeBreton Flats! IT’S CURSED!” If you run your fingers over Randall’s headstone [ ]. Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats; an account of the early legal and political controversies respecting the ownership of a large portion of the present city of Ottawa by Hamnett P Hill (Book).

    Hamnett Pinhey Hill (Decem – Decem ) He was a lieutenant in the Army Service Corps. Hill was the author of Robert Randall and the Le Breton Flats, which described the controversy around the sale of the Lebreton Flats property formerly owned by Robert Randal. He died in in : Decem , Ottawa, Ontario.   Ottawa River Ref; 'Rideau Waterway' br Robert Leggat Wilson, Andrew Capt. Royal Navy Ref; Ottawa Genealogist [Ottawa branch News Jan/Feb LeBreton John In bought Robert Randall's property which became known as LeBreton Flats. No more needs to be said about John LeBreton as we are still talking about his 'Flats'.


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Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats an account of the early legal and political controversies respecting the ownership of a large portion of the present city of Ottawa by Hamnett P. Hill. Published by James Hope & sons in [Ottawa. Written in English. Robert Randall and the LeBreton Flats: An Account of the Early Legal and Political Controversies Respecting the Ownership of a Large Portion of the Present City of Ottawa Hamnett Pinhey Hill James Hope, - Land settlement - 62 pages.

Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats; an account of the early legal and political controversies respecting the ownership of a large portion of the present city of Ottawa by Hill, Hamnett P.

(Hamnett Pinhey), BOOK - Robert Randall and the LeBreton Flats: An Account of the Early Legal and Political Controversies Respecting the Ownership of a Large Portion of the Present City of Ottawa By Hamnett R. Hill Originally published by James Hope & Sons Ltd, Ottawa, JfJ/r S7^f^ a/r ^- Copy of Original Plan of a portion of the Township of Nepean now the Western Section of the City of Ottawa ROBERT RANDALL AND THE LE BRETON FLATS CHAPTER I.

THE GRANT. Robert Randall Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats book Grantee from the Crown of the Chaudiere water power and the land adjoining was of promising tempera- ment, restlessly active, indomitably courageous and.

Needing more capital to invest, LeBreton teamed up with a Brockville lawyer named Livius Sherwood. They purchased the land for £ (approx. $ CAN) from the newly-released but severely in-debt Robert Randall. Lot 40 was understandably renamed LeBreton Flats and Sherwood Heights. The curse of LeBreton Flats – Ottawa Sun by ahnationtalk on March 3, Views That noise you just heard was Robert Randall, now about years old, snorting a great guffaw from his Drummond Hill Cemetery grave in Niagara Falls.

They purchased the land for £ (approx. $ CAN) from the newly-released but severely in-debt Robert Randall. Lot 40 was understandably renamed LeBreton Flats and Sherwood Heights. The cheeky LeBreton then went to Dalhousie and the government and offered to sell his eponymous piece of land for £ (approx.

$5, CAN). Absolutely. In the early s, Firth’s Tavern was the only significant structure on what became known as LeBreton Flats. A sketch by Col. John By shows Isaac and Mary Firth’s tavern and inn. In the early s, Firth’s Tavern was the only significant structure on what became known as LeBreton : Bruce Deachman.

Robert Randall was a Loyalist, originally from Maryland, who had moved north of the border after the United States won their war of independence. He was an industrialist, and in he bought 'Lot 40', the piece of land we now know as Lebreton flats, with plans to harness the Chaudière falls for milling.

Randall was way ahead of his time. Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats; an account of the early legal and political controversies respecting the ownership of a large portion of the present city of Ottawa, (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. From Robert Randall and the Le Breton flats In [Captain John LeBreton] was stationed as a Lieutenant in the QuarterMaster Generals Department at this office he seems to have been active and zealous in the performance of his duties.

On the outbreak of the war inbetween Great Britain and the United States, he was attached to the Royal. Randall and The Le Breton Flats: An account of the early legal and political controversies respecting the ownership of a large portion of the present City of Ottawa.

Online text. Places adjacent to LeBreton FlatsCity: Ottawa. That noise you just heard was Robert Randall, now about years old, snorting a great guffaw from his Drummond Hill Cemetery grave in Niagara Falls.“LeBreton Flats?” you can hear him. Is LeBreton Flats cursed. That noise you just heard was Robert Randall, now about years old, snorting a great guffaw from his Drummond Hill Occupation: Bruce Deachman, Ottawa Citizen.

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