5 edition of The York almanac and royal calendar of Upper Canada for the year 1825 found in the catalog.
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series=CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 42512, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 42512|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 microfiches (163 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||163|
York almanac. Published at York [Toronto] from to The issues for and appeared as The York almanac, and provincial calendar, [printedby Robert Charles Horne], and from to it was published by Charles Fothergill as The York almanac and royal calendar, of Upper Canada. The first issue of the Upper Canada Gazette is published at Newark by Louis Roy , 27 August. Simcoe establishes what was intended to be the first permanent capital of Upper Canada at Toronto, which was then renamed York , 28 September. Act of the Upper Canada legislature states that all slave children born in Upper Canada after this.
the Province of Upper Canada, and netessa-rily used in removing themselves, their fa. miles and baggage Cord Wood for fuel and saw logs brought into Upper Canada Herrings taken and cnri ed by the Inhabitants of the Isle of Man, and imported direct trom thence Any sort of craft,.food, and victuals, except, spirits, and any sort A of clothing and. EDUCATIONAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE UPPER CANADA LEGISLATURE IN scholars seconded Secretary Select session Speaker Strachan taken Teacher third Thomas to-morrow took Town Township Trustees University Upper Canada Whole York youth Page - An Act to repeal certain parts of an Act passed in the fourteenth year of his Majesty's.
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Document Record Creator Chewett, James G. Title The Upper Canada almanac, and provincial calendar, for the year of Our Lord being the third after bissextile or leap year, and the eighth year of the reign of His Majesty [King G]eorge the Fourth. The information is drawn from three sources: Handbook of Upper Canadian Chronology, by Frederick Henry Armstrong; Smith's Canadian Gazetteer, by Wm.
Smith, ; and The Upper Canada Almanac and Provincial Calendar for the year of our Lordby James G. Chewett.
Upper Canada (Ontario) Transportation Traveling To and In Upper Canada in the early 's The new arrangement of the UPPER CANADA Line of Stages and Steam Boats has now been some weeks in operation, and the additional convenience which is thereby afforded to the man of business and the traveler, is the theme of general remark.
It was entitled "Wonder of the West," or "A Day at the Falls of Niagara in " and was written by J. Alexander, a teacher in York Grammar School. ^^ Fothergill wrote a series of annual almanacs and two farmers' guides. ^^ The York Almanacs and Royal Calendars of Upper Canada became volumes of from four to five hundred pages, "filled with practical and official.
Sketches illustrating the early settlement and history of Glengarry in Canada: relating principally to the revolutionary war ofthe war of and the rebellion ofand the services of the King's Royal regiment of New York, the 84th or Royal Highland regiment, the Glengarry light infantry regiment, and the Glengarry militia.
The York almanac and provincial calendar for the year [electronic resource]: the calculations for the meridian of York, Upper-Canada, north lat. 43 ̊39' 10", west long. 78 ̊4' 11".
The York almanac and royal calendar of Upper Canada for the year [electronic resource]: being the first after bissextile or leap year, the calculations for the meridian of York, north lat. 43 ̊38' 10", west long. 79 ̊36' 0". The following database has been constructed from the Upper Canada (Ontario) land petitions.
Each record in my index consists of the name of the petitioner (maiden names or additional petitioners may be in brackets), the location of the petitioner, and year of the petition. York was a town and second capital of the district of Upper is the predecessor to the old city of Toronto (–).It was established in by Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe as a "temporary" location for the capital of Upper Canada, while he made plans to build a capital near today's London, renamed the location York after Prince Frederick, Duke of York.
The archives of Ontario and each Land Registry Office have copies on microfilm. Source - book: York (Toronto) becomes the permanent capitol of Upper Canada / Canada West / Ontario. "The Scarce Year" The crop failure in Upper Canada / Ontario in resulted in a province wide famine in which caused to be coined "the.
The following databases have been recorded from marriage registers dating from the early 's for Upper Canada (Central Ontario.) Marriages from York County, Durham County, Peel County, Simcoe County, Northumberland County, Prince Edward County, Victoria County, Peterborough County, Haliburton County, Muskoka County, Hastings County and 'Old' Ontario County have.
Miscellaneous. The York Almanac and Royal Calendar of Upper Canada for the Year (York, U.S. ), the first three numbers of The Virginia Lyceum (April-June ), and three other volumes.
From the Atwater Memo-rial Library, North Branford, Connecticut More than 1, volumes on Eng-lish, American, and French literature.
Charles Fothergill "The Toronto almanac and royal calendar of Upper Canada for the year containing besides all the usual requisites for such a work, a general, historical, topographical, and statistical view of the province, and of its resources, natural and artificial; together with brief sketches of the sister colonies of British.
Most researchers know that locating any record at all of some of the 'ordinary' pioneer farmers and settlers of Upper Canada can be a daunting task.
There are a few records indexed here from outside the province, notably from the border states of the USA, Quebec, and the maritime provinces of Canada.The Gentleman's Diary, or the Mathematical Repository; an Almanack for the Year of our Lord being the first after bissextile or leap-year.
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