Toronto : G.P. Hull, 1834.; 67 pages, 66 with full-text search [?]
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Hume, Joseph, 1777-1855.
Mackenzie, William Lyon, 1795-1861.
Toronto (Ont.). Common Council.
|Title||The Celebrated letter of Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P., to William Lyon Mackenzie, Esq., mayor of Toronto, declaratory of a design to "Free these Provinces from the baneful Domination of the Mother Country!" : with the comments of the press of Upper Canada on the pernicious and treasonable tendency of that letter, and the speeches, resolutions and amendments of the Common Council of this city, which were the result of a motion of that body to disavow all participation in the sentiments of Mr. Hume.|
|Published||Toronto : G.P. Hull, 1834.|
Ontario -- Politics and government -- 1791-1841 -- Public opinion.
Ontario -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1791-1841 -- Opinion publique.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the Library of the Public Archives of Canada.|
'"My son, fear thou the Lord and the King ..."'
'"For the Commandment is a lamp ..."--Prov. vi. 23.'
Title from title screen.
Fleming, P. Upper Canadian imprints, 1801-1841, no. 768
Casey, no. 1440
TPL, no. 1827
64 p. ; 20 cm.
Early Official Publications