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Upper Canada : return to an address to His Majesty, dated 6 February 1833, for copy of the reports of the two Select Committees to whom were severally referred petitions addressed to the House of Assembly of Upper Canada, in the session of the provincial legislature 1828, complaining of improper conduct on the part of Captain George Phillpotts, of the Royal Engineers, and other wrongs, and of the administration of justice; with the evidence attached to these reports, as presented to the House on the 24th March, 1828, by Mr. Rolph and Mr. Beardsley; with the proceedings of the House in the case of Colonels Givens and Coffin, heads of departments, who were sent to goal for refusing to give testimony in the matter of Captain Phillpotts, they severally alleging to the House, that the major- general then commanding would not permit them to attend ...

[London : HMSO, 1833]; 30 pages

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Creator Upper Canada. House of Assembly. Select Committee on the Petition of William Forsyth.
Title Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Upper Canada : return to an address to His Majesty, dated 6 February 1833, for copy of the reports of the two Select Committees to whom were severally referred petitions addressed to the House of Assembly of Upper Canada, in the session of the provincial legislature 1828, complaining of improper conduct on the part of Captain George Phillpotts, of the Royal Engineers, and other wrongs, and of the administration of justice; with the evidence attached to these reports, as presented to the House on the 24th March, 1828, by Mr. Rolph and Mr. Beardsley; with the proceedings of the House in the case of Colonels Givens and Coffin, heads of departments, who were sent to goal for refusing to give testimony in the matter of Captain Phillpotts, they severally alleging to the House, that the major-general then commanding would not permit them to attend.
Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 6 February 1833, for copy of the reports of the two Select Committees to whom were severally referred petitions addressed to the House of Assembly of Upper Canada, in the session of the provincial legislature 1828, complaining of improper conduct on the part of Captain George Phillpotts, of the Royal Engineers, and other wrongs, and of the administration of justice; with the evidence attached to these reports, as presented to the House on the 24th March, 1828, by Mr. Rolph and Mr. Beardsley; with the proceedings of the House in the case of Colonels Givens and Coffin, heads of departments, who were sent to goal for refusing to give testimony in the matter of Captain Phillpotts, they severally alleging to the House, that the major-general then commanding would not permit them to attend ...
Canada : correspondence relative to Mr. Forsyth's petition to House of Assembly
Parliamentary papers / Great Britain. Parliament (1859-1865). House of Commons ; 543, 1833.
Published [London : HMSO, 1833]
Identifier 9_01093
Subject Forsyth, William,1771-1841.
Land titles -- Ontario -- Cases.
Justice, Adminsitration of -- Ontario -- Cases.
Titres de propriété -- Ontario -- Jurisprudence.
Justice -- Administration -- Ontario -- Jurisprudence.
Document source Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the University of Calgary, Law Library.
Notes Title from title screen.
Running title: Canada : correspondence relative to Mr. Forsyth's petition to House of Assembly.
"(Mr. Hume.)"
"Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 18 July 1833."
"Colonial Department, Downing street, 10 July 1833."--p. [1]
Original issued in series: [Parliamentary papers / Great Britain. Parliament (1859-1865). House of Commons] ; 543, 1833.
Cover title.
Bishop, O.B. Publications of the province of Upper Canada and of Great Britain, p. 84
27 p. ; 32 cm.
Collection Early Official Publications
Language eng
Permanent Link http://eco.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.9_01093