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Immigration May 10, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Report in the Montreal Gazette that some of the "better class of small farmers" are coming to Canada from Great Britain. Most are arriving at New York and coming to Upper Canada by way of the Erie Canal.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 10, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Hamilton Mercury urges that a Canada Company agent be sent to New York to assist immigrants.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 16, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Immigrants expected to be of "the better class of small farmers."

British Whig
Immigration May 17, 1834 p. 2, col. 1

Stockholders of Canada Company believe that emigration will surpass that of last year.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 17, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

A.C. Buchanan chief agent for immigration in.'Quebec is making preparations for newcomers. Requests employers to make their needs known to him.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 24, 1834 p. 2, col. 2

Fewer Irish immigrants leaving Cork than in previous years.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 24, 1834 p. 2, col. 2

Report in Quebec Mercury that some ship masters have been charging the capitation tax to immigrants although it is no longer required by law. Information sent to Grosse Isle by A. Buchanan to inform quarantined immigrants of the expiry of the capitation tax.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 24, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Report on nature and number of immigrants now in Lower Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 25, 1831 p. 3, col. 1

Two hundred have arrived via the Rideau Canal since May 23.

British Whig
Immigration June 6, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Mr. Hawke, immigrant agent, Upper Canada, visited Montreal, then returned to U.C.

British Whig
Immigration June 7, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Arriving in great numbers in Quebec. Note by Montreal Gazette that fewer than usual are applying for relief.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 7, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Emigrant agent, U.C., Mr. Hawke, arrived in Montreal, to visit Lord Aylmer. Returned to Toronto via the Rideau Canal.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 17, 1834 p. 3, col. 2

Statistics.

British Whig
Immigration June 1, 1834 p. 3, col. 1

Item on the 'emigrant tax'.

British Whig
Immigration June 12, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

H. Craig, civil secretary, reports 75 sick as Grosse Isle.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 12, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Dr. Philip Sergeant recent immigrant from Great Britain drowned in Toronto at the wharf. Inquest held by coroner George Duggan.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 19, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Report by Patton, agent at Prescott.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 19, 1834 p. 3, col. 5

Information wanted concerning Joseph White whereabouts, by his wife Mary White who is in Kingston from Scotland with three children. Replies to be made via John Lance, Innkeeper, Market Square.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 19, 1831 p. 2, col. 6

Wm. Hutton of Hastings County, letter to British immigrants.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 26, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Captain Harper of the St. George and Capt. Whitney of the Gt. Britain have taken indigent immigrants from Kingston to their destinations upon the request of Manahan, Immigrant agent.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 26, 1834 p. 2, col. 5, 6

Letter to Chronicle and Gazette from An American stating that British immigrants can do better in Canada than in the United states.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Aug. 1, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Board of Health, Toronto. Meeting of Doctors Morrison and Tims and Messrs. Carfrae and Gurnett have met do discuss sanitation and the prevention of disease. Application was made to Sir John Colborne for an immigrant hospital.

British Whig
Immigration Aug. 5, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

The British Whig notes that cholera deaths occur most often among Irish immigrants and young children.

British Whig
Immigration June 20, 1834 p. 2, col. 5

Notice by Immigrant Agent Hawke that immigrants are needed to work on the Welland Canal and as Farm labourers.

British Whig
Immigration July 12, 1834 p. 3, col. 1, 2

Notice by immigration agent A.C. Buchanan informing immigrants of the principal settlements in Upper and Lower Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Aug. 19, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Letter from Thos. Nicholls regarding the treatment of immigrants at Grosse Isle.

British Whig
Immigration Aug. 23, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

The Upper Canada Herald stated that immigration should be restricted until the cholera epidemic is over.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Aug. 23, 1831 p. 2, col. 6

Letter denying that the immigrants are responsible for the cholera epidemic.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Aug. 30, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Free tickets available at the immigration office at Windmill Point for poor immigrants who wish to join friends in Upper Canada.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Aug. 30, 1834 p. 2, col. 5

Letter criticizing dwelling conditions for immigrants at the quarantine station at Grosse Isle.

Chronicle and Gazette

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