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Further papers relative to the affairs of Lower Canada.

Great Britain. Colonial Office.

Further papers relative to the affairs of Lower Canada.

Presented by His Majesty"s command. Ordered to be printed 10th March, 1837.

by Great Britain. Colonial Office.

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    Subjects:
  • Québec (Province) -- History -- Sources,
  • Québec (Province) -- Land,
  • Québec (Province) -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesParl. 1837. H.L. (13. 2)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [53]-55. table.
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15148222M

    Ordinances passed in the first session of the Special Council for the Affairs of Lower Canada, Montreal, , Montreal: Printed by Andrew H. Armour and Hew Ramsay, , 80 p. Russell, John (). Resolutions intended to be proposed by Lord John Russell, in a committee of the whole house, relative to the affairs of Canada, London: House of.   related portals: Canada. The Royal Commission for the Investigation of all Grievances Affecting His Majesty's Subjects of Lower Canada reported on Novem This report was the basis of the ten resolutions which John Russell, then Whig Secretary of State for the Home Department, submitted to the House of Commons on March 6,

      You are welcome to visit Library and Archives of Canada at Wellington Street in Ottawa. Our consultants can assist you with archival and published sources. Archival records on microfilm and many genealogy reference books, are available on a self-serve basis. The start of his career in government at Quebec (Lower Canada from ) benefitted from his father’s position and influence, and the patronage of Lord Dorchester. In Canada he was known as William Smith Jr. during that time. In , Smith traveled to England to further his career and improve his finances, returning to Lower Canada in

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Get this from a library. Lower Canada: further papers relative to the affairs of Lower Canada. [Archibald Acheson Gosford, Earl of; Canada. Governor-in-Chief ( Gosford); Great Britain.]. Further copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the affairs of Lower Canada and Upper Canada.

(In continuation of Papers presented to Parliament on the 23rd DecemberNo. 29, and the 16th [and] 29th JanuaryNos.

32 [and] 38) Presented by Her Majesty's command. Ordered to be printed 2d February by Great Britain. Colonial OfficePages: Lower Canada and Upper Canada: further copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the affairs of Lower Canada and Upper Canada: (in continuation of papers presented to Parliament on the 23d Decemberno.

72, and the 16th & 29th Januarynos. 80 & 99). Get this from a library. Canada: further papers relative to the affairs of Canada: in continuation of the papers presented May, [Great Britain. Parliament.]. Lower Canada and Upper Canada: further copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the affairs of Lower Canada and Upper Canada, Lower Canada, Upper Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island: presented by Her Majesty's command, in continuation of papers presented to Parliament on the 23d Decemberno.

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