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Mr. Hume's letter : Mr. Hume has spoken for himself ...
Temperance societies : a letter to the editor of The Settler : Montreal, the 31st of March, 1834
19 Richmond-street, 31st March, 1834 : Sir ...
Hurrah for Lincoln! : Well done St. Catharines! : Rykert's majority 241 ...
York incorporation bill
Declaration / Constitutional Association, Quebec
Aux electeurs du comte de Quebec ... / J. Neilson
Sir, in returning thanks for past encouragement conferred on me as engraver, &c. ... I would beg leave to state, that I have recently removed to a more retired part of the town ...
The address delivered by John Macaulay, Esq., to the public meeting convened in Kingston Dec. 2nd. 1831, to 'consider the expediency of ascertaining by a survey of the country between Loughborough Lake and the town, and also between the town and the Ridea
A new almanack for the Canadian True Blues; with which is incorporated The constitutional reformer's text book ... 1834, by Patrick Swift [pseud.]
To the young men, electors in the Home & Gore Districts
To the freemen of Halton : Gentlemen, in bestowing your suffrages upon two of the many candidates ...
The celebrated letter of Joseph Hume, esq., M.P., to William Lyon Mackenzie, esq., Mayor of Toronto, declaratory of a design to 'free these provinces from the baneful domination of the mother country!' With the comments of the press of Upper Canada on the
Report of the Grand River Navigation Company