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A Statement of the satisfactory results which have attended emigration to Upper Canada

A Statement of the satisfactory results which have attended emigration to Upper Canada

from the establishment of the Canada Company to the present period : comprising statistical tables, and other important information communicated by respectable residents in the various townships of Upper Canada.

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Published by Smith, Elder in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadian immigration literature -- To 1867.,
  • Ontario -- Emigration and immigration.,
  • Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 21828
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (44 fr.)
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19198652M
    ISBN 100665218281

    This company has also of late years established an agency in Manitoba, with most satisfactory results. Mr. Walter Gillespie, the Alanager of the Building and Loan Association, is a native of Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland In he settled in the United States, but in removed to Toronto where he held the position of Commissioner of the. The statement was based on the figures quoted by Lord Stanhope in the House of Lords of May 28th, These dunams were Turkish dunams, and the area was therefore not. 2, sq. kms. as stated in the body of the statement, but 2, sq. kms. Lord Stanhope's Statement in the House of Lords.

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    The following statement of Soviet emigration policy and procedures was (riven to the Special Subcommittee by Mr. Bokov, Chief of OVIR, Leningrad, in resImnse to an inquiry about the criteria used in grant-ing exit visas, He stressed that this policy statement was a matter of public record, and that it had been published in various Soviet news-. "Canadian Sketches." by John Wedderburn Dunbar Moodie () From: Roughing It In The Bush. by Susanna Moodie () London: Richard Bentley, CANADIAN SKETCHES. THE PRECEDING sketches of Canadian life, as the reader may well suppose, are necessarily tinctured with somewhat somber hues, imparted by the difficulties and privations with which, .


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A Statement of the satisfactory results which have attended emigration to Upper Canada: from the establishment of the Canada Company to the present period: comprising statistical tables, and other important information communicated by respectable residents in the various townships of Upper Canada.

A Statement of the satisfactory results which have attended emigration to Upper Canada: from the establishment of the Canada Company, unitl the present period: comprising statistical tables, and other important information, communicated by respectable residents in the various townships of Upper Canada.

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The great majority of the emigrants have gone to the northwestern states and found there their future homes. The British Government solved the problem by splitting Canada into two—an Upper Canada for the English, and a Lower Canada for the French—and giving to each a Legislature of its own, though a Legislature in which the people’s representatives were.

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