Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province. Great Britain. Colonial Office, Charles Grant GLENELG, Baron, Sir George ARTHUR, 1st Baronet.
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...
Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...

Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province...

Place Published: [London]
Publisher: [HMSO]
Date Published: 1838
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding

Upper Canada : return to addresses of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 8 & 21 May and 8 June 1838, for, Copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that Province : extract of a despatch from the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to the disposal of the prisoners convicted of treason in that province : copies of the several acts of the Legislature of Upper Canada in the last session, for the preservation of the peace, and for the trial of persons charged with insurrection and revolt against the government of the province, stating the dates on which the several bills received the royal sanction.

Parliamentary Paper no 524, 21 June 1838,

29 pages. Slightly soiled.

At foot of t.p.: "524" Title on verso of p. 29.

"Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 21 June 1838"

TPL 7489

schedule no. 1. Copy of A despatch from Lord Glenelg to Major-General Sir Geo. Arthur; dated Downing-street, 30 January 1838

no. 2. Copy of A despatch from Lord Glenelg to Major-General Sir George Arthur; dated Downing-street, 14 March 1838

no. 3 Extract of a despatch from Major-general Sir George Arthur to Lord Glenelg; dated Upper Canada, Toronto, 14 April 1838

no. 4 Extract of a despatch from Major-General Sir George Arthur to Lord Glenelg; dated Upper Canada, Toronto, 23 April 1838

no. 5 Copy of A despatch from Major-general Sir George Arthur to Lord Glenelg; dated Upper Canada, Toronto, 5 May 1838

no. 6 copies of the several acts of the legislature of Upper Canada passed in the last session for the preservation of the peace, and for the trial of persons charged with insurrection and revolt against the government of the province.

• Copy of the instructions to the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to proceedings against persons recently arrested in that province

• Extract of a despatch from the Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, relative to the disposal of the prisoners convicted of treason in that province

• Copies of the several acts of the legislature of Upper Canada in the last session, for the preservation of the peace, and for the trial of persons charged with insurrection and revolt against the government of the province, stating the dates on which the several bills received the royal sanction

• Upper Canada, copy of instructions to the Lieutenant-general of • Upper Canada, relative to proceedings againast persons recently arrested in that province

Copies and excerpts of correspondence between Lord Glenelg (Secretary of State for Colonies during the Rebellion) and Major-General Sir George Arthur (Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada in 1838, replacing Sir F.B. Head) and copies of several Upper Canada legislative acts relating to the preservation of peace and the trials of those accused of insurrection and revolt against the government;

• Act to authorize the apprehending and detention of persons suspected of High Treason;

• Act to provide for more effectual and impartial trial of persons charged;

• Act to protect Inhabitants of this Province against Lawless aggressions;

• Act to provide more speedy Attainder of Persons indicted for High Treason;

• Act to extend a Conditional Pardon in certain cases;

• Act to prevent the unlawful Training of Persons to the use of Arms;

• Act to indemnify Persons who have collaborated to apprehend Persons suspected of High Treason;

• Act to investigate the Claims of certain Inhabitants for losses sustained.


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