W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion. William Lyon MACKENZIE.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.
W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.

W.L. MacKenzie 3 related newspaper articles about the 1837-38 rebellion.

Date Published: 1833 to 1861
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding

William Lyon MacKenzie's related in three newspaper articles, all in good condition:

1) The Globe, Washington -

• 1833, May 27, P.2, col. 5, - "REFORM IN CANADA" By the last Colonial (York, U.C.) Advocate, it appears that the Attorney and Solicitor General s of the Crown for the Provinces of Upper Canada, have been removed y order of Viscount Goderich, Colonial Minister of the British Government... for voting the repeated expulsion of Mr. MacKenzie, contrary to the expressed opinion of His Majesty's Cabinet, of its unconstitutionality ; and for treating with contempt... 4-1/2 inches.

2 & 3) Daily National Intelligencer, Washington -

• 1839, Nov. 29, P.2, col.4, - William L. MacKenzie. From the New York Commercial Advertiser. The President of Upper Canada. - We copy the following article from Mackenzie's Gazette, a story number of which reached us yesterday. It is droll in several particulars. First, in the writer's speaking of himself in the third person. Secondarily, in the allusions to the letter from a foreign gentleman with which it commences - that foreign gentleman being also Mr. Wm. Lyon Mackenzie. Thirdly, in the vituperation it scatters upon everything and everybody. Fourthly, in the account it gives of Mr. Mackenzie's proposition of self banishment ; nd, more that all, in the consummate assurance with which it exhibits Mr. Mackenzie's idea of his own self importance. The details follow under the title of MACKENZIE'S IMPRISONMENT. 9-1/2 col. inches.

3) Daily National Intelligencer, Washington -

• 1861, Nov. 21, P.2, col.2, - "The Caroline Case. Another British President". A detailed USA rationale in 1861 for an American Naval Commander boarding an English Steamer that it was within the law of nations and conformity based on and relating to the case of the American Caroline being bored and destroyed by the British on the American side of the Niagara River in December 137 while the Canadian Rebellion was at it's height. Many more details are provided about the Carloine situation supports the above American point-of-view. 12-1/2 col. inches.
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