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TO THE HONORABLE, THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AND THE HONORABLE, THE COMMONS HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY OF UPPER CANADA, IN PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED, 2he humble Memorial of the Eight Rev. Alexander Macdonell, Bishop of Kingston; of his Coadjutor, the Right Rev. Remegius Goulin; of the Very Rev. William P. Macdonald, of . An election for a Legislative Council and an Assembly was held on the second Tuesday of August, , and the members convened at Princeton on August 27th. In the Council, Gloucester was represented by John Cooper, and in the House by Richard Somers and Robert F. Price. William Livingston was elected the first Governor under the new Constitution.
Questions without Notice Legislative Assembly Wednesday, 8 April The SPEAKER (the HOD. S. J. Plowman) took the chair at a.m. and read the prayer. "HANSARD" REPORT The SPEAKER (the Hon. S. J. Plow man)--I wish to announce to . Parliament acceded to the petition of the Council and passed an Act, assented to 15th September, , [29 Vic. Chap ] which declared Walkerton the county town, also legalizing the by-law appointing the Building Committee, and directing all legal proceedings against the Council in the matter to be stayed, and directing the Council to pay all.
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Get this from a library. To the Honorable the Legislative Council of Canada, in provincial Parliament assembled: the petition of the corporation of the city of Hamilton humbly sheweth, that finding themselves unable to continue to meet their engagements.
[Hamilton (Ont.);]. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR HONORABLE HOUSE — WE His Majesty's dutiful and loyal subjects, the Commons of Lower Canada in Provincial Parliament assembled, respectfully and with confidence address Your Honorable House, for the purpose of representing the numerous and ever increasing evils under which the People of this Province are labouring, in consequence of.
Document Information Date: By: Province of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Province of Canada, Parliament, Parliamentary Debates on the Subject of the Confederation of the British North America Provinces, 8th Parl, 3rd Sess, at Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF).
Click here to view the rest of the Confederation Debates. Egerton Ryerson "The clergy reserve question: as a matter of history, a question of law, a subject of legislation: in a series of letters to the Hon.
W.H. Draper, M.P.P., member of the Executive Council, and Her Majesty's solicitor general of Upper Canada" (Toronto: J.H. Lawrence, ), pp. William Lyon Mackenzie (–). The Imperial Parliament alone has that power; but if we have power without a breach of trust to alter the constitution of the Legislative Council of Canada (and my hon.
friend admits this), then, certainly, we cannot be guilty of a breach of trust in suggesting a change embraced in a Constitution for the various provinces. My honorable friend from Niagara again takes shelter under the statement that what the Government proposed to do was to bring down a scheme for the Confederation of Canada alone, and that the bringing of all the provinces into the Confederation was only a secondary idea.
HON. FERRIER said—Honorable gentlemen, I had almost resolved to give a silent vote for the resolutions now before the House, but having, especially since I have had the honour of a seat in the Legislative Council, been accustomed to take note of passing events in the history of Canada, I think I may he allowed to occupy a short time in speaking of what has transpired in.
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To the honorable the Legislature in Provincial Parliament Assembled. The Petition of the undersigned, Thos. Coltrim Keefer, Civil Engineer, of the City of Montreal ; Humbly Sheweth: Legislative Assembly & BELL, Robert  (provenance).
To the Honorable the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament Assembled, St. John the Baptist's Day Banquet, The Hon.
Louis-Joseph Papineau's Address to the Electors of the City of Montreal, Sent by the Canada Trade Protection Society, against two bills noted above. Printed signature of James Alexander, Secretary, Canada Trade Protection Society. Unto the Honorable the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada in Parliament Assembled, The Petition of the Undersigned Members of the Canada Trade Protection Society.
Browsing subject area: Legislation -- Periodicals (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Legislation -- Periodicals. In accordance with the promise made by the Editors of this Journal in their last number, they hasten to put their subscribers in possession of the proposed Provincial “Medical Bill” of the Honorable Attorney General Smith; at the same time, to lay before them the Bill for the Incorporation of the College of Medicine and Surgery of this City, as framed and unanimously.
“We, Her Majesty’s most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Legislative Assembly of the province of Ontario, now assembled, request the appointment of François Boileau as the French Language Services Commissioner for a term of five years, commencing on Novemas provided in section of the French Language Services Act.”.
To the Honorable the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada in Parliament assembled [electronic resource]: the petition of the Municipal Council of the county Welland in council assembled. ([S.l.: s.n., ?]) (page images at HathiTrust).
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introduction of visitors. Remarks on emigration from the United Kingdom by John Strachan, D.D., Archdeacon of York, Upper Canada: addressed to Robert Wilmot Horton, Esq., M.P., Chairman of the Select Committee of Emigration in the last parliament.
We, the Legislative Assembly of Victoria, in Parliament assembled, beg to express our loyalty to our Most Gracious Sovereign, and to thank Your Excellency for the gracious Speech which you have been pleased to address to Parliament. and on Mr Wilkes's amendment: That the following words be added to the.George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie, is the co-author, probably with his civil secretary Andrew William Cochran, of Observations on the petitions of grievance addressed to the imperial parliament from the districts of Quebec, Montreal, and Three-Rivers (Quebec, ).Ryland came to Canada as Civil Secretary to Lord Dorchester, Governor General of British North America.
Inhe was appointed Clerk of the Executive Council, holding that appointment until his death. He served as a member of the Legislative Council from toand as Civil Secretary under succeeding Governors until