Document Information Date: 1849-04-18 By: The Globe Citation: “Correspondence of the Globe,”The Globe (18 April 1849). Other formats: MONTREAL Saturday Morning, 14th. The House was engaged on Tarsday [sic] evening in parish business of no particular intest [sic]. A great many private bills went through [illegible] second reading. The Legislative Council [illegible] engaged on the same day in the discussion of a series of resolutions of the Hon. Thomas McKay, in favour of [illegible]ing the Legislative Council elective. Mr. McKay’s [illegible] argument for the change was, that a number of… Read more “Correspondence of the Globe,” [re Elective Legislative Council] (18 April 1849) →
Document Information Date: 1849-04-12 By: Province of Canada (Parliament), The Globe Citation: “Legislative Council,”The Globe (21 April 1849). Other formats: LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY—April 12. The House met at three o’clock. HON. Mr. M’KAY’S RESOLUTIONS. On the order of the. Day being read for the consideration by the house of the resolutions submitted by the hon. Mr. M’Kay, relating to the constitution of the house in reference to the gentlemen who have been lately called to seats in that branch of the Legislature— Hon. Mr. M’KAY said, in the remarks he… Read more Province of Canada, Legislative Council, Hon. Mr. McKay’s Resolutions (12 April 1849) →
Document Information Date: 1849-04-12 By: Province of Canada (Parliament), The Globe Citation: “Legislative Council,”The Globe (14 April 1849). Other formats: LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. April 12. The House met at 3 p,m. A tedious conversation ensued on certain resolutions’ submitted by the Hon. Mr. McKay, in reference to the condition of the House by the addition of several gentlemen to that branch of the Legislature. The hon. Member moved that in the opinion of that Honourable House—the Constitution of the Council was defective. Hon. Mr. MCGILL was not prepared to vote, that… Read more Province of Canada, Legislative Council (12 April 1849) →
Document Information Date: 1832-01-09 By: La Minerve Citation: “Lettre IV”, La Minerve (9 January 1832). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to email@example.com. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.