Search results

Advanced Search

(1 - 20 of 55)

Pages

The supplies : the Assembly stopped 7,000 pounds to guard the rights of the people ; Sir F.B. Head stopped 162,000! pounds to coerce your faithful representatives
Geld-Verwilligung : die Assembly hat ungefehr 7,000 pounds zuruck gehalten, um die Rechte des Volks zu schutzen, Sir F.B. Head hat 162,000! pounds zuruck gehalten, um eure treuen Representanten zu zwingen!!!
The supplies : the Assembly stopped about 7,000 pounds to guard the rights of the people ; Sir F.B. Head stopped 162,000! pounds to coerce your faithful representatives
Scenes in U. Canada. No. 1 : As it was
The banished Briton, appellant and mediator, No. 1 - a Record
Supplement Albion Office, New York, Wednesday, June 15, 1836
An address presented to His Excellency Sir Francis Head by a deputation from 150 of the freeholders and respectable inhabitants : of a portion of Yonge Street, on Wednesday the 30th March 1836, with His Excellency's reply
The freeholders of the township of Pickering sent up an address, signed by 151 of their number ... to which His Excellency was pleased to make the following reply
Catalogue of valuable oil paintings, to be sold, by auction, in the Ball Room of the Nelson Hotel, New Market, on Wednesday, March 16, 1836
Table of the yearly amounts of the contingent expenses of the House of Assembly ... from the year 1825 to the present time ...
Toronto, 28th May, 1836 : the following is the reply of His Excellency the Lietuenant Governor ...
Streetsville hustings, Wednesday, June 29, 1836 : Sir the state of the poll in Halton, Wentworth ... is, I am told, very favorable to the cause of Reform ...
An established Church of England : 56 rectories endowed with clergy reserves!
Notice : about twenty young able bodied farm laboring servants newly married ... are required to go to North America
Erklarung der Ansichten und Absichten der Brittisch Constitutionellen Gesellschaft bei ihrer Wieder-Organisation. Addressirt [sic] an ihre Mit-Unterthanen in Ober Canada
To the Wesleyan Methodists of Lenox & Addington
Declaration of the views and objects of the British Constitutional Society on its re-organization. Addressed to their fellow subjects in Upper Canada
A refutation of the slanders and misrepresentations circulated by Sir F.B. Head : in his several answers to pretended addresses from various parts of the province
Reply of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, to a loyal address from the inhabitants of the District of Ottawa
The address of Bishop Macdonell to the Catholic and Protestant freeholders of the counties of Stormont and Glengarry

Pages