[Québec? : s.n.], 1860 (Quebec : Thompson); 263 pages, 259 with full-text search [?]
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Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly. Select Committee on the Petition on Behalf of the Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Canada in Relation to the University of Toronto.
Proceedings and evidence of the Select Committee on the Petition of the Rev. Joseph Stinson, D.D., president, and the Rev. Ephraim B. Harper, secretary, on behalf of the Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Canada, (in relation to the University of Toronto) .
|Published||[Québec? : s.n.], 1860 (Quebec : Thompson)|
University of Toronto.
Universities and colleges -- Corrupt practices -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Provincial aid to higher education -- Ontario.
Universités -- Pratiques déloyales -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Aide de l'État à l'enseignement supérieur -- Ontario.
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Title from title screen.
Proceedings and evidence (no report made) of the Committee appointed in response to the Methodists' appeal for investigation of the affairs of the University of Toronto and of University College. It was charged that these institutions had absorbed funds designed by the University of Toronto Act of 1853, for other institutions of higher education also, including the Methodists' Victoria College. It was charged that they had wasted these funds and lowered educational standards in the province.
The evidence of Egerton Ryerson supporting the Petition and of John Langton and Daniel Wilson defending the University were also published separately, q.v.
"Printed for the use of the Committee."
"Appendix": 86 p. at end.
TPL no. 3964
194, 86 p. ; 24 cm.
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