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Immigration Sept. 2, 1834 p. 2, col. 2

Reference to the large number of immigrant deaths at Grosse Isle.

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

Report of 500 immigrants arriving at Drummond's Wharf from Montreal. They were not allowed to travel aboard the ship United States and are detained aboard the barges Margaret, Rideau, Enterprise, and Thomas McKay. Two cases of cholera broke out on the barge Rideau, which is anchored near the fish market where carters get water.

British Whig
Immigration Sept. 6, 1834 p. 1, col. 4, 5

Chief Immigration Agent A.C. Buchanan wrote to the Hon. Peter McGill, chairman of the committee for immigrant and sanitary purposes, stating that immigrants should be disembarked at Prescott bather than at Brockville.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Sept. 13, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Article states that immigrants have brought the cholera and that ship owners are over-crowding the vessels. Criticism of the quarantine administration at Grosse Isle.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 10, 1834 p. 3, col. 1

Notice by Thomas Askew, land agent, directed to immigrants.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Oct. 10, 1831 p. 2, col. 3

Reference to the 'destitute and defenseless state' of many female immigrants arriving at Montreal. It is stated that many 'fell victims to the worthless and designing and that the ladies of Montreal should set up a temporary refuge and employment agency.

British Whig
Immigration Oct. 18, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

Chronicle and Gazette repeats its belief that Midland District is a better area for immigrants than the other districts further west.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 4, 1834 p. 3, col. 3

Notice placed by A.B. Hawke, immigration agent, re agents appointed to give information on crown lands.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration June 21, 1834 p. 3, col. 1

Ad. for laborers wanted by the Grand River Navigation Company, and Welland Canal, placed by A.B. Hawke, Emigrant Agent.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Nov. 18, 1834 p. 2, col. 3

Reference in United States paper to the "highly polished English Families" settling on the Canada side of the St. Clair River.

British Whig
Immigration Nov. 18, 1834 p. 3, col. 2

Information re, land grants and half pay for officers proposing to settle in British colonies.

British Whig
Immigration Nov. 15, 1834 p. 2, col. 4

The editor urges that a society be formed to direct immigrants to settle in the Kingston area.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Jan. 14, 1835 p. 3, col. 1

Criticism of the emigrant tax bill in Montreal Herald.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Jan. 20, 1835 p. 2, col. 5

Constable Thomas Nicholls will present petitions to the Upper and Lower Canada Parliaments re, the gross abuses of the quarantine system at Grosse Isle and on the conduct of Dr. Poole.

British Whig
Immigration Feb. 12, 1835 p. 2, col. 1, 2

Correspondence from officials re the immigrant tax.

British Whig
Immigration Feb. 1, 1835 p. 3, col. 1,2

Copy of the "Report of the Special Sanitary Committee of Montreal on Cholera and Emigration, for 1834." Criticism of unsanitary conditions on board immigrant ships.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Feb. 21, 1835 p. 3, col. 4

Notice by Thomas Nicholl, constable, that he is collecting information from immigrants on the Hercules regarding their treatment by Dr. Poole at the Grosse Isle quarantine station.

British Whig
Immigration Feb. 26, 1835 p. 2, col. 4

Thomas Nicholl wishes information from immigrants who arrived at Grosse Isle regarding their treatment by Dr. Poole and other medical attendants.

British Whig
Immigration Feb. 7, 1835 p. 3, col. 6

The Montreal Herald's abstract advertising for immigrants had a wide circulation.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 4, 1835 p. 2, col. 2

Report of Special Sanitary Committee of Montreal on Cholera and Emigration for 1834. Comment on disgraceful conditions aboard immigrant ships, in the Utica Observer.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 5, 1835 p. 2, col. 2, 3, 4

Discussion of immigration in U.C. Parliament. Peter Perry objects to H.J. Boulton describing immigrants as a "burthen upon the community". Reference by McLean to "pauper immigrants".

British Whig
Immigration Apr. 1, 1835 p. 2, col. 1

Upper Canada British Emigrant Society founded in Toronto to advise immigrants. List of officers.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration Apr. 2, 1835 p. 3, col. 1

Item on immigration from the West Indies to Canada. Reference to the "negro-apprentices" or semi-emancipated slaves.

British Whig
Immigration Apr. 11, 1835 p. 3, col. 1

Settlers from Littlehampton, Surrey, England to emigrate under the auspices of the Earl of Egremont.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 2, 1835 p. 3, col. 1

Petition to Sir John Colborne from the following magistrates urging that crown lands in the Midland District be opened to immigrants: John Macaulay, Thos. Askew, Anthony Manahan, Geo. Baker, John Strange, M.P., Alexander Pringle, Alexander Cowan, Robert Richardson, Samuel Casey, John Church, Geo. H. Detlor, Thos. D. Appleby, Isaac Fraser, Samuel Clark, Wm. Holditch, Wm. Ketcheson, Colin Mackenzie, Wm. J. McKay, Allan Macpherson, Anthony Marshall, John Marks, Arch. McDonell, Wm. Simpkins, Horace Yoemans, Jacob Shibley, Wm. Logie, Peter Davy, Samuel Dorland.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 5, 1835 p. 2, col. 1

Wm. Ewart Gladstone introduces a bill into Great Britain's parliament re immigrant vessels.

British Whig
Immigration May 8, 1835 p. 1, col. 4

Petition to Sir John Colborne urging immigration onto the crown lands of the Midland District. Signed by magistrates John Macaulay, Thomas Askew, Anthony Manahan, George Baker, John Strange, Wm. Holditch, Wm. Ketcheson, Colin-Mackenzie, Wm. J. McKay, Allan McPherson, Alexander Pringle, Alexander Cowan, Robert Richardson, Samuel Casey, John Church, George H. Detlor, Thomas D. Appleby, Isaac Fraser, Samuel Clark, Samuel Dorland, Allan McPherson, Anthony Marshall, John Marks, Archibald McDonnell, Wm. Simpkins, Horace Yoemans, Jacob Shibley, Wm. Logie, Peter Davy.

British Whig
Immigration May 22, 1835 p. 1, col. 4

Ref. to the need for agricultural laborers and female servants in the Midland District.

British Whig
Immigration May 23, 1835 p. 2, col. 3

Chronicle and Gazette comments on petition re opening up back townships to immigrant settlement, states that petioners should have explained how it could be achieved.

Chronicle and Gazette
Immigration May 26, 1835 p. 3, col. 4

Statement that a good number of immigrants have arrived via the Rideau Canal.

British Whig

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