- CA RBD MSG 1303-0001
- 29 May 1845-8 July 1845
General order of the British Army's Forces in North America no. 574, Horse Guards. The order is a collection of reports related to a fire that destroyed the Saint Roch suburb of Quebec City on 28 May 1845. In addition to the introductory report from the Duke of Wellington (Commander-in-Chief) and John Macdonald (Adjutant-General) the general order includes reports and messages from James A. Hope (Major General of the Troops in Canada), C.A. Wetherall (Colonel and Deputy Assistant General), R.E. Caron (Mayor of Quebec City), H. Garneau (clerk, Quebec City Registrar's Office), J.M. Higginson (Civil Secretary's Office), P.W. Walker (Lieutenant Colonel Royal Artillery), W.C. Ward (Lieutenant Colonel Royal Engineers), F.X. Garneau (Secretary for a public meeting of the citizens of Quebec), and Sister St. Antoine (Superior, Convent of the Hotel Dieu of Quebec).
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852