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Canada - History - Rebellion 1837-8. Oct. 22, 1845 p. 2, col. 7

Louis Joseph Papineau to live in Montreal at the residence of p. Moreau, Craig St.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion 1837-8. Oct. 22, 1845 p. 3, col. 2

Rebellion Claims commissioners met at the court house in London, U.C.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion 1837-8. Oct. 29, 1845 p. 3, col. 2

Alexander McLeod, former deputy sheriff of Niagara District, was involved in the destruction of the Caroline during the Rebellion.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion of 1837-8. Dec. 20, 1843 p. 3, col. 3

As a result of his intercession with Sir Charles Metcalfe, Denis B. Viger was able to obtain a royal pardon for the two Morins, father and son, Charles Huot, and the two Pinsonnaults, who were deported as a result of the rebellion.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion of 1837-8. Jan. 10, 1844 p. 1. col. 1-7. p. 2, col. 1

Second letter by Isaac Buchanan re. Francis Hincks and Robert Baldwin. He states that in 1837 a Radical-Republican faction, not a reform faction, rebelled, and that Baldwin was involved with the extreme group.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion of 1837-8. Jan. 10, 1844 p. 2, col. 6, 7

Editorial on Isaac Buchanan' s second letter and his charges against Robert Baldwin. The editor states that Baldwin' s only time of disloyalty was the occasion of the 1837 rebellion, when he did not fight on either side.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion of 1837-8. Oct. 12, 1844 p. 2, col. 7

Louis Joseph Papineau is en route from France to Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion of 1837-8. Feb. 19, 1845 p. 3, col. 4

Return of 38 Canadians exiled to Van Dieman's Land. They were pardoned in 1843, but had t o work to pay their return passage.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Rebellion of 1837-8. May 5, 1845 p. 2, col. 7

Bill to provide for the payment of claims arising out of the rebellion and invasion in U.C. introduced by Denis Benjamin Papineau.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Respon0ble Government May 23, 1844 p. 2, col. 3, 4. p. 2, col. 6

Joseph Howe places resolutions re: 1841 Canada resolutions before the Nova Scotian assembly.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Respon0ble Government May 23, 1844 p. 2, col. 4

Article on the Canada Government Question in the Quebec Gazette.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Gov't Aug. 31, 1839 p. 2, col. 5

Quebec Gazette, criticizes the Upper Canada press for its one-sided views. Critical specifically of biased reviews of Lord Durham's Report and Responsible Government.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Gov't Sept. 4, 1839 p. 3, col. 2, 3

List of the newspapers in Upper and Lower Canada that are either "pro" or "anti" responsible government.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Gov't. Aug. 31, 1839 p. 1, col. 4, 5, 6. also p. 2, col. 1, 2

Controversy between Hon. Adam Fergusson and col. A. and concerning matter of Clergy Reserves. Hagerman's views also on Family Compact and Responsible Govt.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Apr. 27, 1835 p. 3, col. 1, 2

M. S. Bidwell speaker of the Upper Canada Parliament. "Address of the Assembly to the King" requesting a form of responsible government.

British Whig
Canada - History - Responsible Government Jan. 30, 1836 p. 2, col. 1

In his address to the lieutenant governor, M.S. Bidwell, Speaker, referred to the need for a "responsible executive council, alike possessing the confidence of the king and of the people." He expressed the wish that public funds be controlled by the assembly and that Great Britain not interfere in Canadian affairs.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Feb. 10, 1836 p. 1, col. 3-6

Marshall S. Bidwell, in his speech on the idea of an elective legislative council, said that such a change would prevent "irreconcilable differences" between that body and the assembly. Ref. to Charles James Fox, a British politician who had supported that concept. Bidwell stated that in Great Britain the House of lords was composed of descendants "Of illustrious and great men" but that this was not the case with the Upper Canada Legislative Council.

British Whig
Canada - History - Responsible Government Feb. 24, 1836 p. 3, col. 1

In an article on Sir Francis Head's new executive council, E.J. Barker of The British Whig states that Bidwell was not chosen because a person could not be Speaker of the lower house and at the same time be advisor to the crown.

British Whig
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 23, 1836 p. 2, col. 2,4

Reply by Sir Frances Bond Head to the message from the executive council. He states that the constitution of a British colony is similar to but not identical to that of Great Britain. Lengthy exposition of his view of the roles of the lieutenant governor and the executive council.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 26, 1836 p. 3, col. 3

Letter from Robert Baldwin to Peter Perry, printed in the Correspondent and Advocate, on the role of the legislative council.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 31, 1836 p. 2, col. 6

Resolutions in favour of responsible government were presented to Parliament by Charles Duncombe and Peter Perry.

British Whig
Canada - History - Responsible Government Apr. 13, 1836 p. 2, col. 6

In an article in the Brantford Sentinel the alleged ambitions of the ex-executive councillors are satirized. Geo. H. Markland is described as "First Lord of the Treasury", John H. Dunn is "Chancellor of the Exchequer", Peter Robinson is "First Commissioner of Lands and Forests", Joseph Wells is "Secretery at War" Robert Baldwin as "Lord High Chancellor" and John Rolph as "President."

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Apr. 16, 1836 p. 1, col. 6

Letter to the Albion giving; comparative views of government in Britain and in Upper Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Apr. 16, 1836 p. 1, col. 2

Article in the Toronto Courier on the role of the lieutenant governor, referring to British historiCol precedents.

Kingston Chronicle
Canada - History - Responsible Government June 1, 1837 p. 2, col. 2-5. p. 3, col. 1

Address from Nova Scotia to the king requesting responsible government and an elected executive.

British Whig
Canada - History - Responsible Government Aug. 28, 1839 p. 3, col. 1

Address from Nova Scotia to the king requesting responsible government and an elected executive.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Sept. 14, 1839 p. 2, col. 3, 4, 5

A letter concerning Lord Durham's report and responsible government written by an Upper Canadian to the editor of the Chronicle and Gazette Criticism of Lord Durham. Reference to Ogle R. Gowan, Orangemen of U. col. and to Bishop McDonnell.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Sept. 11, 1839 p. 1, col. 4, 5, 6. also p. 2, col. 1, 2

The Church expresses opinions on topic of Responsible Government; also opinions of Lord Durham.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Oct. 5, 1839 p. 2, col. 5

Regarding meeting of friends of Responsible Gov't. in District of Niagara. Resolution introduced by Mr. Hamilton Merritt concerning union and Responsible Gov't. Details of resolution given.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Oct. 9, 1839 p. 1, col. 6. p. 2, col. 1

Opinions expressed by Dr. W. Dunlop concerning Responsible Government in letter to Mr. Hitchings, lawyer. Reference to Mr. O. Gowan.

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