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To the electors of Upper Canada
Mr. Hume's letter : Mr. Hume has spoken for himself ...
To the free and independent electors of the third riding of the County of York
The elections, or, A plain dialogue between John, a country farmer and Andrew, a citizen of Toronto : on general topics which ought to be discussed by every elector in Upper Canada ...
Correspondent and advocate : Extra, Monday, November 16, 1835
To the honourable the House of Assembly : the humble petition of the undersigned, inhabitants of the ...
Fellow-citizens of Toronto : the following is a list of the bills brought into Parliament by me during the two last sessions ...
A brief biographical sketch of His Excellency Sir Francis Bond Head
Toronto, 28th May, 1836 : the following is the reply of His Excellency the Lietuenant Governor ...
To the Wesleyan Methodists of Lenox & Addington
To the Wesleyan Methodists of Upper Canada
To the honourable the House of Assembly : the humble petition of the people of ...
To the electors of the City of Toronto : Gentlemen, the spontaneous voice of a numerous and respectable body of my fellow citizens has called upon me to offer as a candidate ...
Light, or facts for the information and guidance of all true Christians : in connexion with the Methodist Church in Upper Canada
The Constitutional Reform Society of U. Canada to their fellow reformers
Hypocrisy & falsehood exposed : electors of Upper Canada: ...
Glorious news for the British population of Upper Canada ; and downfall of the prospects of the radicals, and the Yankee Methodists ...
The Reform Alliance Society to their brother reformers in Upper Canada
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
Reply of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, to a loyal address from the inhabitants of the District of Ottawa

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