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Canada - History - Responsible Government May 6, 1844 p. 3, col. 3

Message to Sir Charles Metcalfe from the assembly of New Brunswick, congratulating him on his stand in the recent crisis with the ministry.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 9, 1844 p. 2, col. 4

Editorial. Brock Distr. Letter supporting the recently resigned executive councillors.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 13, 1844 p. 3, col. 2

Replies by Sir col. Metcalfe to addresses from York.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government June 1, 1844 p. 2, col. 1

Article on Lord Falkland's position, from the Nova Scotian.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government June 1, 1844 p. 2. col. 2-6

Egerton Ryerson' s article "Sir Charles Metcalfe Defended Against the attacks of his late counsellors Reference to Robert Baldwin, D. B. Viger's recent pamphlet, and Francis Hincks' s reply to it. He refers to the address to the people of Canada from the, Reform Association, and disapproves of it.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government June 5, 1844 p. 2, col. 2-6

Egerton Ryerson' s article "Sir Charles Metcalfe Defended Against the attacks of his late counsellors Reference to Robert Baldwin, D. B. Viger's recent pamphlet, and Francis Hincks' s reply to it. He refers to the address to the people of Canada from the, Reform Association, and disapproves of it.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government June 1, 1844 p. 3, col. 1

Letter by Anti-Puff re. Egerton Ryerson's being offered the Superintendency of Education. The writer does not think highly of Ryerson's educational qualifications or of his political comments.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 22, 1844 p. 2, col. 3-7

The Reform Association of Canada supports resp. gov't and the late executive council.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government June 15, 1844 p. 2, col. 3-6

Letter from Legion (pseud) refuting Egerton Ryerson's recent article. Reference to Marshall S. Bidwell. The author feels that Ryerson takes undue credit for clearing Bidwell's name from "slurs and infamy." Reference also to the case of Mr. Howard, who was removed from the Toronto Post office.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Feb. 19, 1845 p. 3, col. 2

Resignation of four executive councillors in Now Brunswick when Lt. Our. Colbrooke appointed his son-in-law, Mr. A. Reade, as provincial secretary without consulting them. The councillors were Messrs. Johnston, Chandler, Hazen., and Wilmot.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 5, 1845 p. 2, col. 6, 7

Resignation of four executive councillors in Now Brunswick when Lt. Our. Colbrooke appointed his son-in-law, Mr. A. Reade, as provincial secretary without consulting them. The councillors were Messrs. Johnston, Chandler, Hazen., and Wilmot.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Dec. 9, 1843 p. 1, col. 5

Denis - Benjamin Viger supports responsible government but does rot think the ministry selected a valid issue.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Dec. 9, 1843 p. 2, col. 3

Editorial re: ministerial resignation claiming that the ministers resigned at a critical juncture to embarrass Sir Charles Metcalfe. Criticism by the Chronicle and Gazette.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Feb. 26, 1845 p. 3, col. 1

More on recent executive council resignations in New Brunswick.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government May 15, 1845 p. 2, col. 6, 7

Mr. James B. Uniacke's resolutions.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Responsible Government Sept. 25, 1847 p. 2, col. 3

Items re. responsible government from Prince Edward Island.

British Whig
Canada - History - Union (1841-67) Dec. 21, 1836 p. 2, col. 1, 2

It is the topic of an editorial. in- the Quebec Gazette in reference to the Upper Canada' Parliament debate on the possible annexation of Montreal.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union (1841-67) Jan. 7, 1837 p. 3, col. 1, 2

Hon. Edward Ellice arrived in Great Britain from Canada to report on political affairs in Lower Canada. It is rumoured that he Wants to unite the Canadas.

British Whig
Canada - History - Union -1841 -1867. Jan. 11, 1840 p. 3, col. 1

J. S. Cartwright's message to the Queen on the question of union was delivered in the House of Assembly.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union -1841-1867. Jan. 1, 1840 p. 2, col. 3, 4, 5

Account of the discussions which took place Dec. 14, 1839 in the Legislative Council. Specific reference to the protests against the resolutions on the Union of the Provinces.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union -1841-1867. Jan. 4, 1840 p. 2, col. 1

Opinions of the Chronicle and Gaz. tte, on the subject of union and the future position of the French Canadians. Very anti-French.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1811-1567. June 7, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Report in Montreal Herald of Brockville that if the Canadas united Brits ii would be the seat of government.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1811-1567. June 10, 1834 p. 2, col. 5. p. 3, col. 1

Lord Stanley stated that a union of Upper Canada and Lower Canada might ready some of the problems of the colonies, but that he would not ask Parliament to sanction union "for the purpose of overwhelming the opposition of a particular party."

British Whig
Canada - History - Union 1841- 67. Apr. 6, 1839 p. 2, col. 2

In Upper Canada the question of the Canadas defeated by two votes in the legislative council. List of members and how they voted.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1841- 67. June 20, 1839 p. 2, col. 1, 2. p. 2, col. 4, 5

Copy of Lord John Russell's remarks on responsible government.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1841- 67. Apr. 24, 1839 p. 3, col. 4

Pamphlet. " Remarks on a General Union of the North American Provinces " is printed by the Cobourg Star.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1841-1867. Jan. 17, 1830 p. 3, col. 1

Petition favouring union being circulated in Kingston.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1841-1867. Jan. 30, 1838 p. 3, col. 2

Petition by Bishop Rev. Alexander MacDonell, Archdeacon George O'Kill Stuart, Rev. W. Herchmer, Thomas Markland, 14 magistrates and 502 citizens requesting reunion of the Canadas, to Upper Canada Parliament. It was given of the committee on state of Upper Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Canada - History - Union 1841-1867. Feb. 17, 1838 p. 2, col. 6

The governor Called for a general thanksgiving. Report Of proceedings of the Quebec Constitutional Association and its petition for the re-anion of the Canadas.

British Whig
Canada - History - Union 1841-1867. May 7, 1838 p. 2, col. 4

Allan N. Macnab and col. A. Hagerman to go to Great Britain to discuss the recent rebellions and possible union of the Canadas.

Chronicle and Gazette

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