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Sir George Arthur and his administration of Upper Canada by Walter Sage

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Published by The Jackson press in Kingston .
Written in English


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Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.

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LC ClassificationsF1058.A78 S24
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24655850M
LC Control Number18023250

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  In the two provinces were united under a governor-general, in the person of Lord Sydenham, at whose special request Sir George Arthur continued for a time to conduct the administration of Upper Canada as deputy governor, but upon his own express stipulation that he should receive no emolument or remuneration whatever for that duty. When he died in , at he had been visited at his historic home on Lake Erie by General Isaac Brock, Francis Gore, Mrs. Anna Jameson, Sir Peregrine Maitland, Sir John Colborne, Chief Justice Sir John Beverley Robinson, his brother the Honourable Peter Robinson, Dr. William Dunlop, Bishops Stuart and Strachan, Sir George Arthur, the Known for: Founding the community of Port Talbot, Ontario. As John Simcoe Macaulay’s name indicates, his father, a British army surgeon, enjoyed the patronage of Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe* even before leaving England for Upper Canada in , where he rose in the service to become a deputy inspector general of hospitals. The family settled successively in the administrative centres of. Before his brief career of active service had come to an end, Gowan was directing criticism at the policies of Head, and of his successor, Sir George Arthur*. The Orange lodges in the United Kingdom had been dissolved in under threats of anti-Orange legislation and Head had expressed the hope that the Canadian Orangemen would also dissolve.

The lieutenant-governors of Upper Canada and Ontario [microform] / by D.B. Read Hon. Oliver Mowat, to his constituents, at Embro and Plattsville, December, [microform]: no. 2, hi The Proton outrage, or, A clear exposition of the difficulties arising out of the South Grey election, D. Sir Edward Peacock, housemaster at Upper Canada College, and Edward Rogers Wood, a prominent financier and businessman, were likewise very close to the Canadian branch of the Milner group. [33] Other members of the Secret Elite connected to Canada were, Sir George Parkin, Percy Corbett, Sir Joseph Flavelle and George P. de T. Glazebrook. [34]. Sir George Arthur (bd) served from The last lieutenant governor of Upper Canada, Arthur was described by one British official as well-intentioned but "with the narrowest mind I . It also bears the signature of Sir Francis Gore, Lt. Governor - the Chief Administrator - of the Province of Upper Canada from to , and to He played a big role in promoting self government in the province, by causing a local uproar when he closed down the Legislative Assembly because it refused to approve his ban on selling.

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