Correspondence relative to the affairs of Upper and Lower Canada, 1840.

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SeriesBritish parliamentary papers, colonies, Canada -- 13., 1840 [211] -- vol. 31., 1840 [221] -- vol. 31., 1840 [222] -- vol. 31., 1840 [250] -- vol. 31., 1840 (403) -- vol. 31., 1840 (147) -- vol. 31., IUP library of fundamental source books
The Physical Object
Pagination[606] p., 3 folded leaves of plates :
Number of Pages606
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Open LibraryOL21113326M
ISBN 100716506580

In the Union Act was passed to re-unite the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada into the Province of Canada, although the act did not become official until Under the Province of Canada only bank tokens were issued and no merchant or private tokens were allowed. education in upper canada History is a race between education and catastrophe. Ontario's last Royal Commission On Education vowed to usher us into "the mystique of the 21st century" by ensuring that young people emerged from our schools as "knowledgeable, creative, . Alexis Charles Henri Clérel, comte de Tocqueville (French: [alɛgzi də tɔkvil]; 29 July – 16 April ), colloquially known as Tocqueville (/ ˈ t ɒ k v ɪ l, ˈ t oʊ k-/), was a French aristocrat, diplomat, political scientist and is best known for his works Democracy in America (appearing in two volumes, and ) and The Old Regime and the Revolution ().Constituency: Sainte-Mère-Église. Memoirs of the Administration of the Colonial Government of Lower-Canada, by Sir James Henry Craig, and Sir George Prevost, From the Year Until the Year , Comprehending the Military and Naval Operations in the Canadas, During the Late War with the United States of America, n.p., Quebec,

(Matters relating to military affairs were handled by the Military Secretary). Much of the correspondence relates to the civil administration of the province and its various offices such as the Receiver General, the Solicitor General, Chief Justice, various local magistrates and military officials. Original manuscripts, mainly In Brant's correspondence, , are his drafts and retained copies of letters to William Claus, Alexander Grant, Robert Kerr, Peter Russell, D.W. Smith, and a . Family Life and Sociability in Upper and Lower Canada, A View from Diaries and Family Correspondence. By Françoise Noël. (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, Pp. xii+, ISBN ) par Sara Schwebel Ethnologies, vol. 27, n° 2, , p. Pour citer ce compte rendu, utiliser l'adresse. Upper Canada in the Canal Era If you have questions or comments E_Mail: [email protected] The Canal Era encompasses the years from to These were the years in which, following the American Revolution, The British Empire adjusted to the loss of most of English-speaking North America.

Canada, Lower Canada Census, Description. Index and images of census records for the modern province of Quebec. How to Use this Collection». Western Canada: An Outline History Paperback – January 1, by J. Arthur Lower (Author) › Visit Amazon's J. Arthur Lower Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. J Cited by: 4. The Statutes of Upper Canada and the Province of Canada, to On Self-Service Microfilm. INTRODUCTION. This finding aid is a reel-by-reel listing of the Archives of Ontario’s microfilm holdings of the Statutes of Upper Canada from to , and of the Province of Canada from to from Normanby to Sir George Arthur, 23 July in Canada: Correspondence relative to the Affairs of Canada PP [] XXXI. , and more generally Cassandra Pybus, ‘Patriot Exiles in Van Diemen’s Land’ in Greenwood and Wright (n 8) 11 See RW Kostal, A Jurisprudence of Power: Victorian Empire and the Rule of Law (OUP ).File Size: KB.

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The internal arrangement of documents in Colonial Office 42 reflects the political development of Canada, i.e. 1840. book relate chiefly to Quebec (); Volumes concern Lower Canada (); Volumes pertain to Upper Canada (); Volumesthe Province of Canada (); and Volumesthe.

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 : Following aborted rebellions in both Upper and Lower Canada (), the Act of Union () merged the two colonies to form the Province of Canada.

Upper and Lower Canada became Canada West and Canada East. Source: Archives of Ontario. Copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the affairs of British North America. Ordered, by The House Correspondence relative to the affairs of Upper and Lower Canada Commons, to be printed, 11 FebruaryLondon,p.

First report of the Commissioners Appointed to Enquire into the Losses Occasioned by the Troubles during the Years andand into the Damages Arising Therefrom. Charles Edward Poulett Thomson, Baron Sydenham papers in the Canadian Archives and in P.R.O., London, relative to the affairs of Canada,and relevant to New South Wales local government development Sydenham, Charles Edward Poulett Thomson, Baron, [ Photograph: ] At State Library of NSW.

The Province of Upper Canada (French: province du Haut-Canada) was a part of British Canada established in by the Kingdom of Great Britain, to govern the central third of the lands in British North America, formerly part of the Province of Quebec since Upper Canada included all of modern-day Southern Ontario and all those areas of Northern Ontario in the Pays d'en Haut which Common languages: English.

Family Life and Sociability in Upper and Lower Canada, Book Description: She notes that courtship usually took place within the social network of interactions with kin and neighbours and shows that family life was located in a broad social space that included people of various ages.

The Constitutional Act ofor the birth of Lower Canada. Passed by the Parliament in London, the Constitutional Act did not abolish the Quebec Act but introduced some amendments. The new act divided the Canadian territory into two colonies, a mostly French-speaking Lower Canada, and a mostly English-speaking Upper Canada.

Population of Upper Canada estimated atGeorge Arthur becomes Lieutenant-Governor10 February. Act of Union; Upper and Lower Canada become Canada West and East with an elected Assembly; District Councils are established to replace Courts of Quarter Sessions for administrative purposes.

BOOK - Patriotes, Reformers, Rebels and Raiders, Tracing your ancestors during the 'troublous' times in Upper and Lower Canada By Kenneth G. Cox Published by Kenneth G. Cox, Toronto This detailed book identifies and explains Rebellion of historical records, including transcribed lists of many of the players in this often ignored chapter of Canada's history.

Research the history and geography of Upper Canada and Lower Canada to answer the questions in this worksheet.

Students will complete a mapping activity and review the Constitutional Act (), the Act of Union (), and the British North America Act (). Colonial Office: Lower Canada and Upper Canada [electronic resource]: 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.

Copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the re-union of the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada Normanby, Constantine Henry Phipps Marquess of, [ Book:. wanted responsible government The two major people involved were Louis who lead the lower Canada rebellion, and William Lyon Mackenzie who lead the rebellion in upper Canada.

Sir Francis Bond Head Governor in sympathies were firmly with the family compact and his heavy handed administration was bound to provoke a violent response.

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Book/Printed Material Travels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada during the years, and Enlarge View images in sequence. [23d July ] Whereas it is necessary that Provision be made for the good Government of the Provinces of Upper Canada and Lower Canada, in such Manner as may secure the Rights and Liberties and promote the Interests of all Classes of Her Majesty's Subjects within the same: And whereas to this end it is expedient that the said Provinces be reunited and form One Province for the Purposes of.

Family Life and Sociability in Upper and Lower Canada, A View from Diaries and Family Correspondence. By Françoise Noël (Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, ) pp. $ This book follows the standard life course of the family by including chapters about courtship and engagement, marriage and married life, childbirth Author: J.

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Match. Gravity. Change. An action that occurred in Lower Canada and Upper Canada in Conflict. Great Britain went to war against this country in USA. In the Act of created the United Province of Canada - a single government with equal.

Government in Upper and Lower Canada –― Word Cards e Governor General (Lower Canada) Legislative Council (Lower Canada) Makes laws for Lower Canada (as approved by Governor General and Executive Council) Family Compact: Control business, government, and social life in Upper Canada (Friends of Lieutenant Governor).

describing diffrent changes to upper and lower Canada in to The Upper Canada Sundries are a gold mine of untapped information for Upper Canada ancestors.

Also known as the correspondence of the civil secretary (Library and Archives Canada RG 5 A1), they include petitions for land, requests for government jobs, military communications, requests for compensation due to war losses (when the militia destroyed farm property, etc.), lists of people wanting.

The influx of Protestant Irish to Upper Canada began in earnest. s:The great Irish immigration took place, especially to New Brunswick. –s:During the Famine Migration from Ireland, tens of thousands settled farms and towns of Upper and Lower Canada.

A record number of people immigrated; many headed for Manitoba. The best. Some of Peter Russell’s early correspondence has been published in “The early life and letters of the Honourable Peter Russell,” ed.

Cruikshank, OH, 29 (): –40, while a comprehensive collection of his official correspondence as administrator of Upper Canada is available in Corr.

of Hon. Peter Russell (Cruikshank and Hunter). 3 and the Chief Justice of Upper Canada, William Osgoode, looked to the legal profession to fill the role of an Upper Canadian elite At the time of Upper Canada’s creation there was already an elite of sorts in the merchant class The merchants even sat as judges in the courts that existed in the Loyalist communities beforeAuthor: Sarah Elizabeth Mary Hamill.

PART 2 The societies of Lower Canada and Upper Canada, to Textbook, pp. – Consult Docum on page in your textbook. Indicate a consequence for both Canadas of the implementation of the act commemorated by this medallion. Indicate if the following statements, regarding the Canadien population of Lower Canada, areFile Size: KB.

State of Upper Canada. The information which I have to give respecting the state of Upper Canada not having been acquired in the course of any actual administration of the government of that Province, will necessarily be much less ample and detailed than that which I have laid before Your Majesty respecting Lower Canada.

Book/Printed Material Travels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada during the years, and Volume 1.

Political Aftermath of the Rebellions. In the wake of the Upper- and Lower-Canadian rebellions of andBritish North America’s political structures underwent a thorough re-evaluation. The Upper-Canadian rebels, led by William Lyon Mackenzie, demanded the abolition of the Family Compact and a.

The Political History Of Canada Between And A Lecture Delivered On The 17th October,At The Request Of The St. Patrick's National Association. [Hincks, Sir Francis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Political History Of Canada Between And A Lecture Delivered On The 17th October, Union Act () Claude Bélanger, Department of History, Marianopolis College.

The Constitutional Act of created two types of difficulties to the British authorities in North America. By dividing the old Province of Quebec into two separate political units (Upper and Lower Canada) it .Searching for Canadian Parliamentary Publications: Pre-Confederation Period Olga Publications of the Province of Upper Canada and of Great Britain relating to Upper CanadaToronto: Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, Lower and Upper Canada, Lower Canada.

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