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The undersigned begs to advise you that the partnership which existed between him and Mr. William Cowan, under the name of Neilson & Cowan was, by mutual consent, dissolved ...
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 ...
Declaration of the views and objects of the British Constitutional Society on its re-organization. Addressed to their fellow subjects in Upper Canada
The report of the Honorable John Henry Dunn, the Honorable George Herchmer Markland, and William Hepburn, Esquire, the trustees appointed by His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, on behalf of the Six Nations Indians …
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
Freeholders of Northumberland
To the electors of the County of Halton
Farmers beware : the enemies of the King and the people, of the constitution, and Sir Francis Head, are day and night spreading lies ...
The constitutional elector's guide
Facts for the consideration of Canadian freeholders : new terms plainly defined : elective institutions responsible government
Electors beware : the late Reform Alliance Society now sailing under new colours ...
To the electors of Upper Canada
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
Song dedicated to W.L. M'Kenzie : the gratuitous dispenser of 'pestilence & famine.'
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!!!
To the electors of Upper Canada
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 ...
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 ...

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