4 edition of Information for the use of persons emigrating to Upper Canada found in the catalog.
Information for the use of persons emigrating to Upper Canada
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library of the Public Archives of Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1984.
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 21378|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (12 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||12|
The Colonists make a great part of the soap and candles they use, but the greater number burn fish-oil for light. Failure of result aimed at by Sir F. Geikie, John C. Matthew, Patrick: Emigration Fields. We're wondering what is the point of appealing and continuing this charade of the courts in this country which are warped in favour of protecting the police. The file is large almost kand I'd suggest you save it to your machine and read it offline.
Inthe English received Nova Scotia and began colonizing there in Campbell is a Scottish name. To preserve eggs from taint, immerge them about half a minute in boiling-water, to destroy the living principle. It has been stated to me by intelligent persons from England, who had travelled through the Province for purposes of business, that this isolation of the different districts from each other was strikingly apparent in all attempts to acquire information in one district respecting the agricultural or commercial character of another; and that not only were very gross attempts made to deceive an inquirer on these points, but that even the information which had been given in a spirit of perfect good faith, generally turned out to be founded in great misapprehension. Sir, 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 arrived at Fermoy in the County of Cork on the 20th of May Elmo, Dunvegan, Notfield.
Bucher M. We hold a wealth of information relating to emigration, such as: Published accounts Unpublished diaries and letters of individuals Emigrants' guides published to assist people emigrating abroad. Head appointed from without the pale of official eligibility, feel more apprehension of the present House than, so far as can be judged, was ever felt by their predecessors with regard to the most violent of the reforming Houses of Assembly. Contrast with the French majority. Complete May 31, Public Archives of Canada, Q.
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Dunham, B. Among the first acts of the Governor, after the appointment of this Council, was, however, the nomination to some vacant offices of individuals, who were taken from the old official party, and this without any communication with his Council. State of society adverse to the principle of a dominant church.
Therefore, in effect, when you are tracing an immigrant into Canada, you must realize that within a couple of generations, you will again be looking for the origins of an immigrant -- this time from the country they left before coming to Canada.
The reformers, by successfully agitating this and various economical questions, obtained a majority. Even admitting, however, the justice of the principle upon which this enumeration proceeds, and giving that Church credit for all that it thus claims, its number could not amount to one third, probably not a fourth, of the population.
He decides to prove this to himself and have some fun at the Glasgow cops expense: Glasgow cop says, "License and registration, please.
W, Lewis, Printer, 21, Finch-lane, London. In their hands it still remains; and I must state that it is the general opinion, that never was the power of the 'family compact' so extensive or so absolute as it has been from the first meeting of the existing Parliament down to the present time.
Within four months McGillivray had brought order out of chaos, and restored brotherly love across the province. Stanford Reid April 29, We usually associate the logging and timber trade with the PreCambrian Shield areas to the north and west of the city of Ottawa.
This concludes our discussion of sources best suited to the early Nineteenth Century. Loyalist research is a major topic for Ontario research, and in other areas of Canada. The Irish Emigrants, who find themselves, usually live on oatmeal porridge, sometimes sweetened with molasses, a wholesome diet, but not common among Englishmen; and, for dinner, herrings and potatoes; nor do they always take enough of this economical food.
Rae responded by saying "Have you ever met Harry Kopyto? Smith, J. The 'family compact'. Besides those causes of complaint which are common to the whole Colony, the British settlers have many peculiar to themselves.
In the Colony they are worth 5s. It is very difficult to make out from the avowals of parties the real objects of their struggles, and still less easy is it to discover any cause of such importance as would account for its uniting any large mass of the people in an attempt to overthrow, by forcible means, the existing form of Government.* To explain these dates it is necessary to note that Champlain lived for years in one of the buildings of the Fort of Saint Louis which he first erected, and the name château is often applied to that structure; but the château, properly so-called, was not commenced untiland it as well as its successors was within the limits of the fort.
Full text of "The emigrant's hand-book; or, A directory and guide for persons emigrating to the United States of America Also, a concise description of the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Missouri and Iowa, and the western territories; and including a statement of the modes and expenses of travelling from New York to the interior".
Dec 19, · President & CEO Michael Niren. Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association.
Search hundreds of free ships' passenger lists. Find your immigrant ancestors on ships arriving in Canada and other ports An Emigration Association has been formed at Carlisle, and persons are preparing to leave for Canada.
A large number are also emigrating from North Warwickshire. Canada via New York Index to online. 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 arrived at Fermoy in the County of Cork on the 20th.
The post-World War II period saw the coming of several smaller immigrant waves that may have brought as many as anotherHungarians to the United States. These immigrants included about 27, displaced persons who represented the cream of Hungary’s upper-middle-class society.