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“Toryism in Desperation,” The Globe (28 March 1850)

Document Information Date: 1850-03-28 By: The Globe Citation: “Toryism in Desperation,” The Globe (28 March 1850). Other formats: TORYISM IN DESPERATION. It is curious to notice how uniformly the political circles of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick are agitated by the same topics at the same time, and how certainly like causes produce like effects in all three Colonies. Responsible Government was at one time the subject of strife in all three; then came its nominal acknowledgment in all three; then the same sweeping Reform majorities, and the full… Read more “Toryism in Desperation,” The Globe (28 March 1850)

“The Calebite Platform,” The Globe (28 March 1850)

Document Information Date: 1850-03-28 By: The Globe Citation: “The Calebite Platform,” The Globe (28 March 1850). Other formats: The Calebite Platform. The Examiner of yesterday contains a long reply to our remarks on the platform of the new republican party. It was to have been expected that the dire indignation of the Calebite organ would be drawn down on us with fresh fury, and we are not, therefore, surprised that our arguments are replied to with abusive personalities. The public are assured that the Editor of the Globe is “the… Read more “The Calebite Platform,” The Globe (28 March 1850)

UK, House of Commons Debates (22 March 1850)

Document Information Date: 1850-03-22 By: The Globe Citation: “News by the Europa,” The Globe (11 April 1850). Other formats: News by the Europa. HOUSE OF COMMONS. MARCH 22 On the motion of Lord JOHN RUSSELL, the House then went into committee upon the Austrian Colonies Government Bill, when Mr. HUME objected to the preamble, and advised the repeal of all hills affecting the government of the colonies, with the view of re-enacting, in a consolidated form, such portions as might be found desirable. The preamble was proposed, and the first… Read more UK, House of Commons Debates (22 March 1850)

“The Late Halton Election,” The Globe (19 March 1850)

Document Information Date: 1850-03-19 By: The Globe Citation: “The Late Halton Election,” The Globe (12 March 1850). Other formats: The late Halton Election. (From the London Free Press.) The election in Halton terminated in the return of Mr. Hopkins with a majority of 57. Almost all the causes which have contributed to this unexpected result are of such a character as ought to make the winning party ashamed of their success. Unscrupulous conduct may always be expected in elections for members of Parliament, for on such occasions it seems to… Read more “The Late Halton Election,” The Globe (19 March 1850)

UK, House of Commons, Colonial Policy (2 February 1850)

Document Information Date: 1850-02-02 By: UK (Parliament), The Globe Citation: “Colonial Policy of the British Government,” The Globe (9 March 1850). Other formats: COLONIAL POLICY OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS. FRIDAY, Feb. 2 COLONIAL POLICY. Lord J. RUSSELL, the House having gone into committee with a view to his moving for a Bill for the better government of the Australian colonies, said,—I believe there are few members of the House who do not consider it expedient that at this early period of the Session, a declaration should be… Read more UK, House of Commons, Colonial Policy (2 February 1850)

UK, House of Commons, Colonial Policy Continued (2 February 1850)

Document Information Date: 1850-02-02 By: UK (Parliament), The Globe Citation: “Colonial Policy of the British Government,” The Globe (12 March 1850). Other formats: COLONIAL POLICY OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS. FRIDAY, Feb. 2.        COLONIAL POLICY. Lord JOHN RUSSELL, continued.—With respect to New Zealand, we began very soon, in 1846, showing at least a disposition for representative institutions; showing perhaps too much haste in the manner in which we adopted them; but we began by enacting a bill for the purpose of having representative institutions in New Zealand. The… Read more UK, House of Commons, Colonial Policy Continued (2 February 1850)

Letter from Hon. Francis Hincks to the Editor of the Daily News (10 August 1849)

Document Information Date: 1849-08-10 By: Francis Hincks, The Globe Citation: Letter from Hon. Francis Hincks to the Editor of the Daily News (10 August 1849) in “Letter from the Hon. Francis Hincks on Canadian Affairs,” The Globe (6 September 1849). Other formats: LETTER FROM THE HON. FRANCIS HINCKS ON CANADIAN AFFAIRS. To the Editor of the Daily News. SIR,—Though very reluctant to intrude myself on the attention of the English public, I feel that in justice to the country of my adoption I ought at least to make an effort… Read more Letter from Hon. Francis Hincks to the Editor of the Daily News (10 August 1849)

“Mr. Gamble, A Child of the Sun!” The Globe (4 August 1849)

Document Information Date: 1849-08-04 By: The Globe Citation: “Mr. Gamble, A Child of the Sun!” The Globe (4 August 1849). Other formats: MR. GAMBLE, A CHILD OF THE SUN! Can any one explain to us the meaning of the following consecutive passages in Mr. Gamble’s speech? What is he—a Responsible Government man—an Elective Governorman—an independent Republican—an Annexationist—or all four? We trust the Tory electors of the First Riding of York will be able to make out the mystery among them. Mr. Gamble said— “          “          When he listened, as he… Read more “Mr. Gamble, A Child of the Sun!” The Globe (4 August 1849)