Gateway, Volume 12, Issue 1

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Page 42 - Britain; and that in all matters of controversy relative to property and civil rights, resort shall be had to the laws of Canada as the rule for the decision of the same...
Page 38 - ... actually possess the quantity specified in the primitive grants, and for which they pay rents to His Majesty; therefore, Mr. James Sterling being an experienced and approved surveyor, I have appointed him King's Surveyor at Detroit; and for the future his surveys only shall be looked upon as valid and decisive; and all whom it may concern are hereby ordered to conform thereto.
Page 49 - No restriction as to the use of tools, machinery or material except such as are unsafe. 'No limitation of output. 'No restriction as to the number of apprentices and helpers, when of proper age. 'No boycott. 'No sympathetic strike. PRINCIPLES "No sacrifice of independent workmen to the labor union. "No compulsory use of the union label.
Page 38 - Couris sat once a Week at Quebec, Montreal and Three Rivers ; From these lay an Appeal to the Council, which also sat once a Week, where Fees of all Sorts were very lo.w, and the Decisions immediate ; At present the Courts sit three Times a Year at Quebec, and twice a Year at Montreal, and have introduced all the Chicanery of Westminster Hall into this impoverished Province...
Page 39 - To look into the map, the situation of Detroit sufficiently speaks the propriety of some regulation of justice there ; and more especially as it is the mart and entrepot of the fur-trade and the Indian commodities, such a regulation is necessary for the trade, and for preserving peace and friendship with the Indian nations 'resorting thither.
Page 2 - Alfred flestre & Co. Members of New York Stock Exchange 52 Broadway New York City...
Page 49 - No restriction as to the use of tools, machinery or material except such as are unsafe. " No limitation of output. "No restriction as to the number of apprentices and helpers, when of proper age. "No boycott. " No sympathetic strike. "No sacrifice of independent workmen to the labor union. " No compulsory use of the union label...
Page 49 - No sympathetic strike. No sacrifice of independent workmen to the labor union. No compulsory use of the union label. That power through organization be placed in the hands of the people to effectually control the acts of all organizations when such acts relate to the public welfare, thus to perpetuate the individual liberty of every citizen and prevent interference with the continuous operation of industries.
Page 41 - The Kings Servants were induced to confine the Government of Quebec within the above Limits, from an apprehension that there were no Settlements of Canadian Subjects, or lawful possessions beyond those Limits, and from a hope of being able to carry into execution a plan that was then under Consideration for putting the whole of the Interior Country to the Westward of our Colonies under one general control & Regulation by Act of Parliament...
Page 39 - When Gaspey shall be settled, a jurisdiction should also be established there ; but I should apprehend, from observing the situation and form of it in the map, that it might be very proper to unite it to the province of Nova Scotia. I should imagine it would be very useful if the judges were to have...

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