Category: United Kingdom Debates

UK, HL, “The Earl of Durham’s Ordinances”, vol 44 (1838), cols 1019-35 (7 August 1838)

Document Information Date: 1838-01-16 By: UK (House of Lords) Citation: UK, HL, “Affairs of Canada“, vol 40 (1838), cols 7-93. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). THE EARL OF DURHAM’S ORDINANCES. HL Deb 07 August 1838 vol 44 cc1019-351019 Lord Brougham said, that having looked over the papers relative to Canadian Affairs, which had been laid on the Table, he must reiterate what he had before asserted, that the ordinances issued by the Earl of Durham were wholly illegal. He had on… Read more UK, HL, “The Earl of Durham’s Ordinances”, vol 44 (1838), cols 1019-35 (7 August 1838)

UK, HC, “Affairs of Canada”, vol 36 (6 March 1837)

Document Information Date: 1837-03-06 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Affairs of Canada“, vol 36 (1837), cols 1284-1362. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). AFFAIRS OF CANADA. The Order of the Day was read, and the House went into Committee, to take into consideration that part of the King’s Speech which related to Canada. (1284) Lord John Russell I can assure you, Sir, that I never rose with so much reluctance to make a proposition to the House of Commons,… Read more UK, HC, “Affairs of Canada”, vol 36 (6 March 1837)

UK, HC, “Affairs of Canada—Adjourned Debate”, vol 37 (8 March 1837)

Document Information Date: 1837-03-08 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Affairs of Canada—Adjourned Debate“, vol 37 (1837), cols 76-144. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). AFFAIRS OF CANADA—ADJOURNED DEBATE. HC Deb 08 March 1837 vol 37 cc76-14476 §The House went into Committee on the Canada Acts, and the adjourned debate was resumed. §Mr. Hume was sorry to be called upon to oppose the proceedings of his Majesty’s Ministers, but he considered that the present was one of the most unwarrantable… Read more UK, HC, “Affairs of Canada—Adjourned Debate”, vol 37 (8 March 1837)

UK, HL, “The King’s Speech on Opening the Session”, vol 1 (1830), cols 8-11 (2 November 1830)

Document Information Date: 1830-11-02 By: UK (House of Lords) Citation: UK, HL, “The King’s Speech on Opening the Session“, vol 1 (1830), cols 8-11. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). THE KING’S SPEECH ON OPENING THE SESSION. HL Deb 02 November 1830 vol 1 cc8-11 8 His Majesty went in state to the House of Lords this day, and the Commons having been summoned to the bar of the House of Peers, his Majesty delivered the following Speech:— “My Lords and Gentlemen,… Read more UK, HL, “The King’s Speech on Opening the Session”, vol 1 (1830), cols 8-11 (2 November 1830)

UK, HC, “Civil Government of the Canadas”, vol 19 (1828), cols 300-344

Document Information Date: 1828-05-02 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Civil Government of the Canadas“, vol 19 (1828), cols 300-344. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). 300Mr. Secretary Huskisson said:—The subject, Sir, to which I wish to call the attention of the House, on the present occasion, is one which, however it may bear, and it chiefly floes bear, upon interests and feelings in a great degree removed from those which ordinarily affect, ourselves, is nevertheless a matter of considerable… Read more UK, HC, “Civil Government of the Canadas”, vol 19 (1828), cols 300-344