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Page 65 - And it is further covenanted and agreed by and between the said parties, that the said...
Page 103 - SIR : I have the honor to report, for the information of the major-general commanding, that the situation here is not improving since my last report.
Page 97 - This may in some measure be accounted for by the fact, that impressions formed in the minds of some persons last considerably longer than the causes which produced them.
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Page 66 - ... such subordinate officers, for the years one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, and one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, are hereby confirmed, and shall be as valid and effectual as if the elections had been made in accordance with the provisions of the Acts to which this Act is in addition.
Page 114 - ... illegality, more of the violation of justice — violation of justice, in substance as well as form — than, in the whole history of modern times, I venture to assert, was ever before witnessed in any inquiry that could be called a judicial proceeding. I have tried the experiment upon every person with whom I have had an opportunity of conversing on the subject of these proceedings at...
Page 49 - It was not until the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 cheapened the precarious and expensive means of transport then existing to the lower end of Lake Erie, that the tide of emigration set in with any force to the Northwest. From that period until about 1840, the exports of this region were small ; the surplus products being consumed by the everincreasing crowd of new settlers. During the last fifteen years...
Page 130 - All of which is respectfully submitted. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, JOHN NEWTON, Lieutenant Engineers* Lieut.
Page 50 - Previous to 1850, by far the largest part of Western Canadian trade was done through Montreal and the St. Lawrence, and the trade with the United States was very insignificant, but with the cessation of protection to Canadian products in British markets, and the repeal of differential duties in favour of the St.
Page 6 - And a facing with stones, for about 1500 yards in length, is necessary on the north side of the canal between locks 18 and 19, to prevent the water making further encroachments on private property.

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