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Letters from Sussex emigrants gone out from the south side of the hills to Upper Canada

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Published by W.H. Mason in Chichester [England] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 44328, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 44328
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (9 fr.).
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24610575M
ISBN 100665443285

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A colonial general who assisted Montgomery in the failed conquest of Canada () and prevented the British from reaching Ticonderoga, delaying the British assault on New York (). Later, he tried to help the British take West Point and the Hudson River but he was found out and declared a traitor (). Excerpt from Dundas, or a Sketch of Canadian History: And More Particularly of the County of Dundas, One of the Earliest Settled Counties in Upper Canada Anglo American Magazine. The Montreal Gazette of furnished many of the incidents connected with the Rebellion, and : James Croil.

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Emigration [microform]: letters from Sussex emigrants, who sailed from Portsmouth, in April,on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada Publication date Pages: Emigration: letters from Sussex emigrants who sailed from Portsmouth in April on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline for Upper Canada: extracts from various writers on emigration to Canada, and from Canadian newspapers, with references to the letters: Capt.

Hale's instructions to emigrants: and a gazetteer of the places named in the letters. Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada [microform] Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada [microform] Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher [Petworth, England?: s.n.]Pages: Letters from Canada.

Letters from Emigrants Sent to Upper Canada by the Petworth Committee inand (?). Letters from Settlers in Huron District, C. (?). Letters from Settlers in Upper Canada.

Letters from Sussex Emigrants Gone Out from the South Side of the Hills to Upper Canada. Narrative of a voyage, with a party of emigrants, sent out from Sussex, inby the Petworth Emigration Committee, to Montreal, thence up the river Ottawa and through the Rideau Canal, to Toronto, Upper Canada, and afterwards to Hamilton [microform]: also of the journey from Hamilton to the township of Blandford, where the families were settled: and of a.

Letter from Sussex Emigrants Gone Out From the South Side of the Hills to Upper Canada. Chichester: William Hayley Mason, L BR (p.5) Of course, it’s always easier if you have connections. West Sussex Emigration to Canada in the s and s by Francis Leeson.

A description of letters written after emigration to Canada. Includes an alphabetical list of West Sussex emigrants to upper Canada Photocopies of the original letter at held by the Susname Index, Sea Lane, Ferring, Sussex.

Page - Her hair was of jetty blackness, soft and shining, and neatly folded over her forehead, not hanging loose and disorderly in shaggy masses, as is generally the case with the squaws. Jane was evidently aware of her superior charms, and may be considered as an Indian belle, by the peculiar care she displayed in the arrangement of the black cloth mantle, bound with /5(7).

A letter written to a Arnhem, Netherlands newspaper in which Dutch immigrants to Canada attempt to warn others from going to Canada. Library and Archives CanadaAuthor: Tristin Hopper. Letters from the Dorking Emigrants (who went to Upper Canada, in the spring of ) He writes from Geneva, which by reference to the map, will be found upon the South side of the Lake Ontario, whilst York, where the Dorking emigrants are settled, is situated upon the North side.

the one sent from York I gave to a person who came out in. Page 97 - For, oh, if there be an elysium on earth, It is this, it is this.

There's a bliss beyond all that the minstrel has told, When two, that are link'd in one heavenly tie, With heart never changing and brow never cold, Love on through all ills, and love on till they die ; One hour of a passion so sacred is worth Whole ages of heartless and wandering bliss: And oh 4/5(1).

This book is a collection of letters from early pioneer settlers in upper Canada to their families in England. It is a first hand account of the immigrant experience in the 's. There are many stories of adventure and tragedy of their lives of hardship and deprivation.5/5(7).

Book Description: Collected from published, archival, and private sources, these letters place the Petworth immigrants in the context of their times and challenge the image of English immigrants to s Upper Canada as officers and gentlewomen. Given by the. Celtic Society of Upper Canada, at Kingston, to Bishop Macdonell, on the occasion of his quitting the Province for Great Britain.

The Celtic Society of Upper Canada, gave a Dinner to this venerable Prelate, on Wednesday last, May 29th, in this town, previous to his departure for the United Kingdom. Gentlemen Emigrants: From the British Public Schools to the Canadian Frontier residents Samuel Strickland settled settlement settlers social society sons sport Stamer Strickland Swain tion Toronto Traill Upper Canada Valley Vancouver Island Victoria Walhachin Wellington College wheat Winnipeg wrote young emigrants young gentlemen youths.

Excerpt from Early Days in Upper Canada: Letters of John Langton From the Backwoods of Upper Canada and the Audit Office of the Province of Canada During the first four years after my father came out to Canada he wrote home to his family circle in Eng land a series of letters which form the first part of this : John Langton.

Emigrants sent by the Petworth Emigration Committee were part of a wave of rural workers in the s whose immigration to Upper Canada was sponsored by English parishes and landlords. Their letters written or dictated to family and friends, leave us a rare first-hand view of the immigrant experience from a working-class perspective.5/5(7).Immigrants proceeding to Upper Canada via New York Upper Canada Sundries, Reference: RG 5 A1, Vol passes numberedmicrofilm: C Civil Secretary's Correspondence - Passes signed by British Consul, New York, for Emigrants from Great Britain, Microfilm available at but it is not indexed.Essex County is a primarily rural county in Southwestern Ontario, Canada comprising seven municipalities: Amherstburg, Kingsville, Lakeshore, LaSalle, Leamington, Tecumseh and the administrative seat, Essex.

Essex County has a population ofas of the Canada Census. 1 Administrative divisions. Adjacent counties and y: Canada.