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BOULTON, D'Arcy SKETCH OF HIS MAJESTY'S PROVINCE OF UPPER CANADA. Toronto: Baxter Publishing Company, First modern reprint of a book first published London,it adds a four page introduction by the editor John Gellner.
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[D'Arcy Boulton]. Includes Appendix Sketch of His Majestys province of Upper Canada. book the Sketch of Upper Canada, being a brief account of the several townships many of which have not fallen under observation, on the rout or common road through the said province, and which are here alphabetically disposed (pages ).
Sketch of His Majesty's Province of Upper Canada. About this book. Terms of Service. Sketch of His Majesty's province of Upper Canada London: Printed by C. Rickabyand sold by Nornaville and Fell; pages, with full-text search Help View. Sketch of His Majesty's province of Upper Canada [electronic resource] / By D'Arcy Boulton.
Abstract. Electronic of access: Internet.4Author: DArcy Boulton. Charles Fothergill "The Toronto almanac and royal calendar of Upper Canada for the year containing besides all the usual requisites for such a work, a general, historical, topographical, and statistical view of the province, and of its resources, natural and artificial; together with brief sketches of the sister colonies of British America" (Toronto: Published and sold at the Palladium Office, ).
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Statutes of Her Majesty's province of Upper Canada : Niagara [Ont.]: Printed by Gideon Tiffany, Printer to His Most Excellent Majesty, The Canadian Historical Review. Sketch of His Majesty’s Province of Upper Canada by D’Arcy Boulton, and: Simcoe’s Military Journal by John Graves Simcoe (review) S.
Wise. The Canadian Historical Review. University of Toronto Press. Vol Author: S. Wise. D’Arcy Boulton’s Sketch of his majesty’s province of Upper Canada, originally issued in London inwas republished in Toronto in AO, MS 88, William Firth to W.
Baldwin, 8 June ; MSH. Boulton to D’Arcy Boulton, 11 Sept. 7 Jan. ; MSJohn Small Jr. to Samuel Ridout, 28 June ; RG 21, United. A Short Topographical Description of His Majesty's Province of Upper Canada By Sir David William Smyth, Francis Gore.
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About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Statutes of His Majesty's province of Upper-Canada enacted View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain. Page 3 - Vaudreuil, running north twenty-five degrees east until it strikes the Ottawa River, to ascend the said river into the Lake Temiscamingue, and from the head of the said lake by a line drawn due north until it strikes the Boundary Line of Hudson's Bay, including all the territory to the westward and southward of the said line, to the utmost extent of the country commonly called or.
A map of the province of Upper Canada describing all the new settlements, towns, townships, &c. with the countries adjacent, from Quebec to Lake Huron Compiled, at the Request of His Excellency Major General John G. Simcoe, First Lieutenant Govenor by David William Smyth Esqr Surveyor General.
Scale ca.Shows boundaries between East and West Jersey,and between New Jersey and New York. LC Maps of North America,Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2 Date: In addition to acquiring the temple the York Pioneers also acquired relics, including an organ, said to be the first organ built in Canada, a book containing David Willson's original entries, the Statues of His Majesty's Province of Upper Canada, printed inand a "tattered" almanac ofprinted by John Cameron of on: Toronto.
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Brief excerpt from Peter Robinson's Report, I have the honor to report to you for the information of the Right Honorable Earl Bathurst that having received directions from His Majesty's Government to proceed to Ireland for the purpose of superintending a limited emigration to the Province of Upper Canada, I left Liverpool on the 18 and.
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— Excerpted from Act Against Slavery on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. While the governor could employ the militia either alone or with His Majesty's regular forces, it was not normally to be marched out of the Province.
In time of war or insurrection, however, it was lawful for the Governor to march such part of the Militia of Upper Canada as he might think proper to the assistance of the Province of Lower Canada. Image 1: Receiver Generals Department, Ottawa, 11th MayThis is to Certify that The Hon.
The Receiver General in trust for the Imperial Insurance Co. of London, England, holds Eight hundred dollars of Canada Dominion Stock at this date which Stock is transferable on the Book in which the same is inscribed only by The Hon. Receiver General _____ or Attorney duly constituted.
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Acts of the General Assembly of His/Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in to Draft of Bill Relating to King's College The Law Relating to Parish Schools in New Brunswick together with the Rules and Regulations made by the provincial Board of Education, Brantford is named after Joseph Brant, an important Mohawk leader during the American Revolutionary War and later, who led his people in their first decades in Upper Canada.
Many of his descendants, and other First Nations citizens, live on the nearby Reserve of Six Nations of the Grand River, 15 kilometers from Brantford; it is the most populous reserve in y: Canada.A few plain directions for persons intending to proceed as settlers to His Majesty's province of Upper Canada, in North America [microform]: pointing out the best port to embark at for QuebecProvisions and other things necessary to be provided for the voyageThe best and cheapest method of travelling from Quebec to Montreal, and thence to Kingston and York, a distance of miles, whereby Pages: