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Immigration Feb. 25, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Lennox and Addington County, meeting at Fralick's inn, Fredericksburgh, called by Peter Perry and Marshall S. Bidwell to discuss immigration and other matters. Resolution passed supporting immigration.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration Feb. 25, 1832 p. 2, col. 6

Report of immigrants aboard the Caroline, including three medical men.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration Feb. 25, 1832 p. 3, col. 3

Lord Goderich proposes that a tax of $1.00 be imposed on each immigrant.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 3, 1832 p. 2, col. 6

Canada Company, meeting of shareholders. Report of land sales to immigrants and others of 82, 000 acres at prices of 10s. to 11s. per acre.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 31, 1832 p. 4, col. 5

Kingston Chronicle, letter from A. B. col. on immigration, tax, bill of Lower Canada.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration Apr. 7, 1832 p. 2, col. 6

John Galt, secretary to an association to promote immigration to North America.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration Apr. 21, 1832 p. 1, col. 4-5

British American Land Company meeting objects to land purchase in Lower Canada to develop and sell to immigrants.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration Apr. 28, 1832 p. 3, col. 2

Emigration Society of Midland District meeting to form society to inform immigrants and direct them to employers.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration Apr. 28, 1832 p. 3, col. 1

Petition from Kingston to Lt. Governor John Colborne re capitation tax on immigrants arriving at Quebec.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 5, 1832 p. 3, col. 3

Scots mechanics reported to be coming to North America. Described as "respectable."

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 12, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Reports of persons leaving London and Cornwall, England, for Upper Canada.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 12, 1832 p. 3, col. 1

Kingston Chronicle notes letter in Quebec Gazette from “M" opposing immigration and the Lower Canada Act for a relief fund for destitute immigrants.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 19, 1832 p. 2, col. 4

Report of Great Britain's commission on emigration. Grants of money, land, tools, food not to be given. Listing of grain prices and wages in Upper Canada.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 19, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Order in Council that all ships carrying over 50 immigrants must have doctor and medicine chest.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 19, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Parish of Frome, Great Britain, offered fifteen months' pay to any pauper family which would emigrate to Upper Canada.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 19, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

The "Marmion" and the "Caroline" left London, England for Quebec with 200 immigrants each.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 26, 1832 p. 2, col. 4

Earl of Egremont, Great Britain, sent off a thousand paupers at his own expense and paid 1500 pounds to the Canada Company for their use on arrival.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 26, 1832 p. 2, col. 5

Total number of immigrants arrived this season (1832): 3, 092.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 2, 1832 p. 2, col. 6

Lt. Governor Sir John Colborne to grant the Prescott Emigrant Society 650 pounds to be used to hire immigrants to repair the road from Prescott to the Rideau.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 2, 1832 p. 3, col. 2

Report in Kingston Chronicle that immigrants stopping over in Kingston are of a higher calibre than earlier arrivals. Notes that most are settling on Canada Company lands, and not in the Kingston area.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 9, 1832 p. 2, col. 1

Government of Great Britain permits ships with under fifty passengers to forgo hiring a surgeon for the voyage.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 9, 1832 p. 2, col. 3

13, 902 immigrants arrived at Quebec as of June 1, for 1832.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 9, 1832 p. 2, col. 4

Juvenile Emigrant Society formed in London to arrange apprenticeships for young emigrants.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 16, 1832 p. 2, col. 6

Editorial in Kingston Chronicle re lack of temporary accomodation for immigrants in Kingston.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration June 16, 1832 p. 3, col. 3

Robert Rumsbey places ad for information re wife and children who went ashore near French Creek when the "Queenston" grounded.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration May 5, 1832 p. 3, col. 3

Persons favorably inclined, to meet at the Court House May 7, to elect officers for the Society for the Relief of Emigrants.

Kingston Chronicle
Immigration July 6, 1833 p. 2, col. 3 and 4

Report on number of English gentlemen who have bought up frontier lands in Niagara area.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration July 6, 1833 p. 2, col. 4

Steamers Great Britain and William IV landed at Port Hope; immigrants disembarked for homes in Cavan Twp.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration July 6, 1833 p. 2, col. 4

Excerpt reprinted from York Courier by Chronicle and Gazette refers to "respectable" immigrants' arrival and expresses hope that they will extinguish "grievances" and dissent in Upper Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration July 6, 1833 p. 2, col. 4

Chronicle and Gazette editorial expressing satisfaction re welfare of immigrants, estimating drop in 1833 immigration due to cholera.

Chronicle and Gazette

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