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  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Provincial Grand Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): In Ahiman Rezon 1813, this Lodge is erroneously stated to be at "Montreal, Upper Canada," that place being in Lower Canada. Meeting Places Niagara, Niagara, Ontario, Upper Canada 1792

    St. James' Lodge, No. 14 Provincial

    (1): Cataraqui appears on old maps as the name of Lake Ontario, and its outlet Iroquois River. Notes (2): Not in List until 1787. See note on page 216. Meeting Places Cataraqui, Catarqui [now Kingston] (Frontenac), Ontario, Upper Canada 1787

    Union Lodge

    Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Not in List until 1793. Meeting Places Cornwall, Cornwall, Ontario, Upper Canada 1790

    Sussex Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Did not work from 5 Dec. 1827 to 9 Oct. 1852. Notes (2): Now No. 5 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Brockville, Brockville, (Leeds and Grenville) Ontario, Upper Canada 1795

    Niagara Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 757 Lodge Number (1832): 490 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Niagara, (Lincoln) Ontario, Upper Canada 1795

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 3rd September 1839

    “but there is another power which we have armed him with”, he said, and which is as follows: In Upper Canada they are very much indebted, and if he thinks it expedient, he is to give them pecuniary aid, and

    Thursday 12th October 1837

    Upper Canada Sir Francis Head (the Governor) tenders his resignation, and in such a manner which renders it impossible not to accept it; it will however be difficult to replace him. In Lord Gosford 's Despatches from Upper Canada he

    Thursday 12th October 1837

    I saw Ld Glenelg who read me some Despatches from Upper & Lower Canada . In the one from Upper Canada , Sir Francis Head (the Governor) tenders his resignation, & in such a manner as to render it impossible

    Monday 3rd December 1838

    to the tranquillity of the Colony, during remainder of the winter; unless the Americans should make an attempt upon Upper Canada , all is well." I heard the same as this, an hour earlier from Ld Hill . - Played

    Wednesday 10th January 1838

    All was quiet & there was a letter from Miss Head , (daughter of Sir Francis Head ) from Upper Canada , written in high spirits, saying that they had had a great victory & all the troubles had been

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tnth time (1809) hlvd tLhe situation of one of the J3 ises *11 tie CouIrt of King's Bench iii Upper Canada. The pamphlet inplted to the prosecutor tliat le bed in his speeches from the lel id attered seditioulier euiraiies; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gun-boats, to BatoN, the admiral of the Fatriotic dleet. JOSEPt1 uPNAPApiTE, and Lord. SELNlR1; and family, wre- at Kingston, Upper Canada, on the 2Sh of' August. 'rhe triai b'et\ieen the tludton Bay and North wvest Coim- panese wvas further put Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29th October statet;, that Air. GOURLAY, theb genptleman who took the lead in esta- blishing what is called the Upper Canada Convention, is returned from New York to Kingston, where, under date of the 20th Oct., h'he has published an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. GoURCLAY, has been removed from Niagarai by a writ of HTabeas Corpus, to the gaol of York, in Upper Canada, in consequence of an apprehen. sion thli the populace would brak open the Prison tQ hi &rate hinm LADY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fomr Cmape Breaon; , SW01. for Priuce ELward', Islard; 1.0,15e71- for -Vdva Scotia; 2,50.01. -for New Brunsnrick; *,4ZOiL. for Upper Canada; 8.1905. -for tile Payment of eartain Annuities; 1.1,1201. for Bills fro-m New:bostli I Wales>; 6,0281. for RepairiTng tie Roads Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SIMCOE, John Graves (1752-1806), of Wolford Lodge, nr. Honiton, Devon.

    1791; brevet lt. col. 1781, maj.-gen. 1794, brevet col. 1794; col. 22 Ft. 1798; lt.-gen. 1801. Ofifces Held Lt.-gov. Upper Canada Aug. 1791-6; lt.-gen. commdt. St. Domingo 1796-7; commander, Plymouth 1801; c.-in-c. India 1806. Biography Simcoe’s father died on his

    CHRISTIE BURTON, Napier (1758-1835), of Hull Bank, Beverley, Yorks.

    1796, maj.-gen. 1798; maj. 3 Ft. Gds. 1799; lt.-gen. 1805; col.-commdt. 60 Ft. 1806, gen. 1814. Ofifces Held Lt.-gov. Upper Canada 1799-1802. Biography American born, Christie Burton served in the war of Independence, being taken prisoner at Yorktown. He subsequently

    MARSH, Charles (c.1774-1835).

    before. While it was he who the same day presented a Norwich barrister’s petition against General Gore, governor of Upper Canada, it would appear that the reporters wrongly attributed to him a further motion on Canadian affairs, 28 Nov. 1814,

    BARCLAY, Charles (1780-1855), of 43 Grosvenor Place, Mdx.

    well insured and rebuilding was rapidly instigated.[footnote] In 1833 he published Letters from the Dorking Emigrants who went to Upper Canada, a vindication of a local resettlement plan he had sponsored, in which he hailed the strategic importance of Canada

    DUNDAS, William (1762-1845), of Arniston, Edinburgh.

    Castlereagh had recommended Dundas, who had been invited to look for some favour, to the King as lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, but a week later he declined exile.[footnote] He could not resist snatching one favour before going out of office:

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Croydon Introduction and Croydon Palace

    a staff of Cornish miners. This enterprise, however, proved entirely unsuccessful. In 1835 he was sent as lieutenant-governor to Upper Canada , and, although not possessed of any colonial training, he filled this post with distinction. After his return in

    Parishes Wylye

    be built. In 1817 Gourlay emigrated to Canada and was later influential as the author of Statistical Account of Upper Canada . 90 The Deptford inn , which may have been called the Black Lion in the mid 18th century,

 

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