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Notes on the two Jesuit manuscripts belonging to the estate of the late Hon. John Neilson, of Quebec, Canada / by l'Abbé Sasseville, and John Gilmary Shea ; edited by Geo. M. Fairchild, Jr.

Main Author: Sasseville, J. 1826-1893
Related Names: Neilson, J. L. Hubert b. 1845., Fairchild, George Moore 1854-1912., Shea, John Gilmary 1824-1892.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Privately printed [by Léon Bossue dit Lyonnais], 1887.
Subjects: Neilson, John, > 1776-1848.
Manuscripts, Montagnais.
Manuscripts > Illinois.
Manuscripts, Canadian
Note: The first ms., Père Marquette's Illinois prayer book by Alloüez, is now owned by J. L. H. Neilson; a facsimile of the ms. was published in 1908 by the Quebec Literary and Historical Society. The second ms., a Montagnais dictionary by Antoine Silvy, was, according to Sasseville, in the possession of John Neilson of Ste. Foye, son of Hon. John Neilson, when the present work was issued.
"100 copies only issued"--T.p. verso.
Physical Description: 15 p. ; 24 cm.
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