Four letters of Ignace-Michel de Salaberry at Quebec to his friend, J .M. Mondelet, whom he calls "Le chevalier de Montréal."
(a) 21 May 1808 - Rejoicing and congratulations at Mondelelet's election, outrage expressed against one Germain, the impudence of Panet fils in court, de Salaberry claims to control the election of Bédard.
(b) 6 June 1808 - Praise for M.'s letter, M. is asked to thank de Salaberry's supporters, several veiled references to persons, de S. sends greetings to Boucherville and Grosbois.
(c) 12 June 1808 - Repeats desire to have his supporters thanked, complains of difficulty of writing in this house.
(d) 19 Jan. 1809 - Mme. de S. is ill, M. is asked to come, speaks of rumours about the opening of the Legislative Assembly which is uncertain, the speaker complains of "obstinate fellows" but is ignorant of M. P[apineau]'s undertakings. M. is authorized to read these letters publicly, de S . recommends loyalty to the Crown.