Category: Debates

UK, House of Commons, “Canada—Executions”, vol 46, cols 627-628 (14 March 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-03-14 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Canada—Executions“, vol 45 (1839), cols 627-628. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). Canada—Executions Mr. O’Connell would ask a question of great importance of the hon. Gentleman, the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies. According to the accounts which had been received in this country there had been thirty-four persons hanged in Upper and Lower Canada, and he wished to know whether the Government had received any information upon this point,… Read more UK, House of Commons, “Canada—Executions”, vol 46, cols 627-628 (14 March 1839)

UK, House of Lords, “Canada—Mr. Mackenzie”, vol 46, cols 327-333 (12 March 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-03-12 By: UK (House of Lords) Citation: UK, HL, “Canada—Mr. Mackenzie“, vol 46 (1839), cols 327-333. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). CANADA—MR. MACKENZIE The Earl of Ripon said, it was with considerable reluctance that he called their Lordships’ attention to a matter which, although not unconnected with a very important public question before the House, had, nevertheless, as far as the present motion was concerned, a special personal reference to himself. His motion would be for the production of… Read more UK, House of Lords, “Canada—Mr. Mackenzie”, vol 46, cols 327-333 (12 March 1839)

UK, House of Lords, “Canada”, vol 46, cols 130-131 (8 March 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-03-08 By: UK (House of Lords) Citation: UK, HL, “Canada“, vol 46 (1839), cols 130-131. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). CANADA Lord Ellenborough said, that the noble Earl the late Governor General of the North American provinces, in reply to an address of the inhabitants of Toronto on the ninth of October, stated that he had issued commissions for inquiry, not only upon the subject of crown-lands and emigration, but also upon the subject of municipal institutions and general… Read more UK, House of Lords, “Canada”, vol 46, cols 130-131 (8 March 1839)

UK, House of Commons, “Canada”, vol 45, cols 1312-1318 (5 March 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-03-05 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Canada“, vol 45 (1839), cols 1312-1318. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). CANADA Mr. Hume then rose to move for “copies of all despatches and correspondence which passed between Sir Francis Head, as Lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, and the Colonial-office, and her Majesty’s Ministers, during the time he held that office.” He was induced to move for these papers in consequence of some accusations which had been brought against him, and… Read more UK, House of Commons, “Canada”, vol 45, cols 1312-1318 (5 March 1839)

UK, House of Commons, “Canada”, vol 45, cols 919-920 (27 February 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-02-27 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Canada“, vol 45 (1839), cols 919-920. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). CANADA Sir R. Peel wished to ask the noble Lord what course he proposed to pursue with respect to the bill, for the future government of the Canadas. He had understood the noble Lord to say he would introduce the bill before Easter, but would postpone the second reading till after Easter. He wished to know whether the noble… Read more UK, House of Commons, “Canada”, vol 45, cols 919-920 (27 February 1839)

UK, House of Commons, “Canada—Expense of the Earl of Durham’s Mission”, vol 45, cols 749-754 (21 February 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-02-21 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Canada—Expense of the Earl of Durham’s Mission“, vol 45 (1839), cols 749-754. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). Canada—Expense of the Earl of Durham’s Mission Colonel Sibthorp rose to move for a certain return of the expense of the Earl of Durham’s Canadian mission, pursuant to the following notice of motion for a “return of the total expense incurred with reference to the appointment of the Earl of Durham as high… Read more UK, House of Commons, “Canada—Expense of the Earl of Durham’s Mission”, vol 45, cols 749-754 (21 February 1839)

UK, House of Lords, “Canada—Mr. Turton”, vol 45, cols 588-600 (19 February 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-02-19 By: UK (House of Lords) Citation: UK, HL, “Canada—Mr. Turton“, vol 45 (1839), cols 588-600. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). CANADA—MR. TURTON The Earl of Winchilsea rose in pursuance of the notice he had given last evening to move that an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she would be graciously pleased to order to be laid upon the Table of the House any correspondence which had passed between her Majesty’s Government and the late… Read more UK, House of Lords, “Canada—Mr. Turton”, vol 45, cols 588-600 (19 February 1839)

UK, House of Lords, “Canada—Mr. Turton”, vol 45, cols 507-509 (18 February 1839)

Document Information Date: 1839-02-18 By: UK (House of Lords) Citation: UK, HL, “Canada—Mr. Turton“, vol 45 (1839), cols 507-509. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). CANADA—MR. TURTON The Earl of Winchilsea seeing the noble Viscount in his place, begged to put a question to him. He had last year felt it to be his painful duty to ask the noble Viscount a question on the subject of an appointment to a high situation in the Government of the noble Earl, then Governor-general of… Read more UK, House of Lords, “Canada—Mr. Turton”, vol 45, cols 507-509 (18 February 1839)