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" Our beloved Queen Victoria's father, and grandfather to the Prince of Wales, who paid us a visit in 1860, arrived from England at Quebec in the year 1791, a short time before the division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. The Prince... "
The Canadian Journal of Science, Literature and History - Page 616
1878
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 165. köide

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1839
...terms arc not so * Upper Canada, Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward'* Island. The division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada took place in 1791, and a chartered constitution and a separate Executive and Legislative Government...
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The Rise of Canada: From Barbarism to Wealth and Civilization, 1. köide

Charles Roger - 1856 - 412 lehte
...sought an asylum, and the discouragements they experienced, to try their fortune in the United States. The division of the Province of Quebec, into Upper and Lower Canada, had been impolitic. Had a fit plan of representation been adopted the British population would have...
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Yonge Street and Dundas Street: The Men After Whom They Were Named

Henry Scadding - 1878 - 29 lehte
...under his command. I am, Sir, your obedient humble servant, HENRY DUNDAS. Major-General Hall, &c." In the debates on the Bill for the division of the...compliment the Governor attached the name of Dundas. In 1793, he writes : "I have directed the surveyor early in the next spring to ascertain the precise distance...
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Canada: an Encyclop¿dia of the Country: Rebellion of 1837 and ...

John Castell Hopkins - 1898
...Committee have detailed. The advancement of Upper Canada in population and wealth, from the time of the division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada, in 1791, has already been alluded to ; and it is perhaps not too much to say, that from that time to...
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Documents Relating to the Constitutional History of Canada. 1759-1791, 1791-1818

Public Archives of Canada, Douglas Brymner, Sir Arthur George Doughty, Edouard Richard - 1900
...25, Hagerman to Stanley. Long and detailed account of the origin of the London. clergy reserves and the division of the province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. , 294 September 28, Greville to Hay. Sends order confirming Shaw's private Act, the fees Whitehall....
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Report

Public Archives of Canada - 1901
...381 Killybeg. Hagerman to Stanley. Long and detailed account of the origin of the clergy reserves and the division of the province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. 294 September 28, Greville to Hay. Sends order confirming Shaw's private Act, the fees having been...
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Ontario History, 5–8. köide

Ontario Historical Society - 1904
...Wales, who paid us a visit in 1860, arrived from England at Quebec in the year 1791, a short time before the division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. The Prince was received in due form by the civil and military authorities. In those early days the...
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Report - Okanagan Historical Society, 7–8. köide

Okanagan Historical Society - 1906
...Wales, who paid us a visit in 1860, arrived from England at Quebec in the year 1791, a short time before the division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. The Prince was received in due form by the civil and military authorities. In those early days the...
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Legislative Document, 49. köide

1921
...Wales, who paid us a visit in 1860, arrived from England at Quebec in the year 1791, a short time before the division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. • • . • • 1791 As soon as horses, with saddles and bridles, could be mustered, ar the Royal...
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Journals of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada, 14. köide

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons - 1880
...course, you know the first commission, after the Act of 1791, to Lord Dorchester, simply refers to the division of the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. It does not add to or take from either?—No; it does not^profess to. 5iJ9. Now we have discovered...
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