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Canada (Province). Parliament Sept. 29, 1841 p. 3, col. 1, 2

Correspondence between Lord Sydenham and Sit John Russell on the Canadian affairs.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Oct. 2, 1841 p. 2, col. 4

List of appropriations in the bills sent to the legislative council.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Oct. 9, 1841 p. 2, col. 6

Comment an the district councils established by the late Lord Sydenham.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Oct. 23, 1841 p. 3, col. 4

List of acts printed in the Canada Gazette, pertaining to surveyors, municipal government translation of laws into French, and justices of the peace.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Oct. 30, 1841 p. 2, col. 3

The board of Works has assumed all of the responsibility for management of all public works in Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Dec. 1, 1841 p. 3, col. 2

Bill to regulate the duty and office of city surveyor in Kingston.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Nov. 3, 1841 p. 2, col. 4

To meet on December 4, 1841.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Nov. 3, 1841 p. 2, col. 7

Public meeting held in Toronto to discuss sending Sir Allan N. McNab and Henry Sherwood to England to advocate that Toronto alternate with Quebec as the seat of government. Messr. J. H. Dunn and Alex. col. Buchanan to assist as they are going to England also.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Jan. 1, 1842 p. 3, col. 2

Report the Sir Richard Jackson is hesitant to assume the responsibility of making appointments under the new municipal act.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Jan. 19, 1812 p. 3, col. 1

Kingston; item an the seat of government issue.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Jan. 19, 1842 p. 3, col. 2

Copies of the statutes available to municipal officials.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Feb. 12, 1842 p. 2, col. 5, 6

Gave money to the Kingston Female Benevolent Society to relieve the sick and destitute.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament May 9, 1842 p. 3, col. 1

Notice by John Roy that Kingston will apply to Parliament for an amended act of incorporation. To meet at Kingston on May 11, but not for the dispatch of public business.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Apr. 2, 1842 p. 2, col. 7

Notice by John Roy that Kingston will apply to Parliament for an amended act of incorporation.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Apr. 12, 1842 p. 3, col. 1

Executive councillors: non. Edward 16owen, Jean Roch Rolland, John Stuart, Andrew Wm. Cochran, Hughes Hence, George Pemberton, any. Louis Panet. They are recent appointees.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament May 18, 1842 p. 2, col. 3, 4

Resolutions passed at the Kingston town meeting supporting a petition to be submitted to parliament.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Sept. 17, 1842 p. 2. col. 4

Reports of committees. Motions by Wm Dunlop, Dr. Christie, and Cameron. The case of Nelson Hackett was discussed. He was a slave who had escaped to Canada from Arkansas and had been claimed by the U,S. authorities on a charge of larceny. Dr. Dunlop objected to his having been extradited. Tenders to be received or printin, journals, sessional papers, etc. Notice by Alfred Patrick, Clerk to Committee of Leg. Assembly.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Oct. 8, 1842 p. 2, col. 2

Debate on the supplies. Debate on granting money to Thos. Rolph for his services as immigrant agent in Great Britain. Discussion of the seat of govt issue. Rob't Christie moved a resolution against Kingston being the seat of govt. Ref. by James Durand to Kingston's proximity to the U.S. A vote was taken on Mr. G.S. Boulton's motion that Toronto was preferable to Kingston is the seat of gov't. It was defeated.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Sept. 30, 1843 p. 3, col. 2

Petitions presented by M.P. ’s John Henry Dunn, Williams, David Thorburn, Price, J. Neilson requesting an inquiry into the 1841 election riots. Resolutions by Dr. Wm. Duhlop requesting papers pertaining to the seat of Gov't issue.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Sept. 30, 1843 p. 3, col. 2

List of those appointed to the legis. Council.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Sept. 30, 1843 p. 3, col. 3

Cobourg town mtg. hold to petition parliament not to move the seat of Gov't from Kgtn. List of those attending.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament Oct. 4, 1843 p. 3, col. 1-5

Assembly proceedings. Brief debate over whether a petition was valid. Ref. to the Hastings County election; it was debated. Approval of throne speech expressed. Speech by another criticizing this and responsible govt. List of those appointed to draft an address to the Gov’t Gen. Ref. to election riots. List of those who gave speeches. The session ended with ref. to an editorial on the Hastings election and the decision for a new writ to be issued.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament. Nov. 20, 1841 p. 2, col. 4

Anecdote in Canada-Parliament concerning Un. Dunlop, Wm. H. Merritt, and Sir Allan McNab.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Province). Parliament. Dec. 22, 1841 p. 3, col. 1

Stewart Derbyshire and George Desbarats furnished a copy of the provincial statutes to the Chronicle and Gazette.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada (Schooner) Dec. 16, 1848 p. 3, col. 4

Of Kingston under Capt. Thos. Davis ran aground on Goal Island Reef near Port Hope. Rescue attempts by Port Hope residents failed. Davis and Frederick Eccles tried to swim to shore and did so but were unconscious when rescued. Alexander McDowall, Solomon Hammond and his brother Hammond were drowned. Goods for merchant J. Beatty (Port Hope?) were lost.

British Whig
Canada (ship) Nov. 19, 1831 p. 3, col. 3

The lulls of the ships St. Lawrence, Kingston, Burlington, and Montreal to be sold by auction. Also, the frames of the Wolf and Canada.

Kingston Chronicle
Canada (ship) June 5, 1830 p. 3, col. 1

Kingston Chronicle comments on the arrival of the packet ship.

Kingston Chronicle
Canada (ship) Apr. 21, 1832 p. 2, col. 4

Capt. Richardson of the Canada, rewarded for saving crew of the Prescott.

Kingston Chronicle
Canada (ship) May 12, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Canada arrives at Quebec for Laurie & Spence with general cargo.

Kingston Chronicle
Canada (ship) May 12, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Canada detained ten days in Gulf of St. Lawrence by heavy ice; saw two ships fast in it.

Kingston Chronicle

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