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  The Peter Robinson Irish Emigrations to Canada (1823 & 1825)
Peter Robinson (only known image of Robinson, left), the son of Loyalists and elder brother of Upper Canada’s powerful Attorney General, John Beverley Robinson, was asked to manage this emigration scheme in 1822.
Before the second wave of settlers was to leave for Canada, Robinson traveled to the Peterborough area himself to explore conditions, establish a safe travel route and inspect land.
Included are: original ships lists, ship surgeon reports, Robinson's correspondence, embarkation certificates, applications and letters of recommendation for all 1825 settlers, account books listing all provisions supplied to the settlers, broadside posters advertising the emigration of 1825 and more.
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  Canada in the Making - Aboriginals: Treaties & Relations
The War of 1812 between Britain and the United States briefly paused immigration to Upper and Lower Canada and the Maritimes.
By 1825, these lands were being sold to land grant companies like the Canada Company for the purposes of settlement, which brought the issue of Crown reserves back to the forefront among those agitating for more responsible government.
The Canada Company was a private firm, the brainchild of John Galt, whose sole purpose was to sell land to settlers.
www.canadiana.org /citm/themes/pioneers/pioneers6_e.html   (1450 words)

 Upper Canada. Executive Council
Upper Canada, the predecessor of modern day Ontario, came into existence when the British Parliament passed the Constitutional Act of 1791, dividing the old province of Quebec into Lower Canada in the east, and Upper Canada in the west, along the present Ontario-Quebec border.
The Rebellion of 1837 was the catalyst that led to the end of the short history of the province of Upper Canada.
This fonds consists of microfilm of RG 1, E3 which is described in the Public Archives of Canada inventory as a series of loose miscellaneous records which provide the documentation and background for many of the cases referred to the Executive Council of Upper Canada.
www.trentu.ca /admin/library/archives/76-015.htm   (887 words)

  Gore Township Census Data, 1825 Index
Although these censuses listed only the names of family heads, they are still useful in confirming the presence of a family at a given point in time.
Additional data about the age ranges, sex and marital status of other family members was recorded, therefore it is advisable to consult the appropriate microfilm(s) for further information.
Source: National Archives of Canada microfilm #C-718, 1825 Census of Lower Canada [Quebec], County of York, Gore between Chatham and Argenteuil, sheets 1281-1282.
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 1824 in Canada . 1823 in Canada . 1825 in Canada . Erie Canal . Russia . William Lyon Mackenzie . January 4 . Peter ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Canada, 1824 other events of 1824, 1825 in Canada and the list of years in Canada.
Mackenzie was born in Scotland and immigrated to Upper Canada in 1820.
From 1824 to 1834 he published the newspaper the Colonial Advocate in York, Upper Canada Toronto Toronto, Ontario, attacking the upper class clique known as the "Family Compact" which was in control of the government.
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 1825 in Canada . Toronto . September 7 . November 2 . Buffalo, New York . Hudson River . February 24 . Alexander ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
June 27 - The Canada Company is founded September 7 - Soldiers of the 70th Regiment subdue a fire, which consumes over eighty buildings, in Montreal.
Mackenzie January 28, 1822 – April 17, 1892, a building contractor and writer, was the second Prime Minister of Canada from November 7, 1873 to October 8, 1878.
He immigrated to Canada in 1842 after completing an education in public schools at Perth, Scotland Perth, Moulin, and Dunkeld, Scotland.
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 1825 Deaths Schleswig Greece Bolivia Stockton and Darlington Railway Lake Erie September 11 December 2 May 7 November 14   (Site not responding. Last check: )
1822 1823 1824 - 1825 - 1826 1827 1828
1825 was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for calendar).
The 1825 Inn is an historic Hershey PA bed and breakfast Enjoy a stay at this Hershey bed and...
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 The Alaska-Canada Boundary Dispute - settling the border between Alaska and the Yukon in 1903 - ExploreNorth
Upon the expiration of the ten-year trading period specified in the 1825 agreements, the colonies were very quickly in difficult straits again.
Canada surveyed the boundary at the Stikine River in 1877 so they could set up a Customs post to collect duty on goods headed to the Cassiar gold fields.
This was based on Canada's assertion that that location was more than ten marine leagues from the sea, which was part of the 1825 boundary definition.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/1825 in Canada
See also: 1824 in Canada, other events of 1825, 1826 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
January 2 - The Parliament House, at Toronto, is burned.
September 7 - Soldiers of the 70th Regiment subdue a fire, which consumes over eighty buildings, in Montreal.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/1825_in_Canada   (174 words)

 Vacances Air Canada Vacations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Canada's flag carrier is the 14th largest commercial airline in the world and together with its regional affiliate Jazz, Air Canada serves 31 million customers annually and provides direct passenger service to 157 destinations on five continents.
Air Canada Vacations is a leading holiday provider with over 25 years experience delivering best-value leisure and cruise packages as well as excursions and tours to more and more Canadians every year.
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 1825 Population Return for the Township of Rawdon, County of Leinster, Quebec, Canada
1825 Population Return for the Township of Rawdon, County of Leinster, Quebec, Canada
Space does not permit printing the reasons for some suggested alternatives but they can be obtained from the author.
Some who were known to be at Rawdon 1820 – 1825 are not on this census.
www.rootsweb.com /~qclanaud/rawdoncensus1825.htm   (297 words)

 N.W.T. cries offside as CBC hockey documentary skates over 1825 game   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The opening two-hour segment of the series billed as ''the first ever complete story of Canada's game'' and produced by CBC veteran Mark Starowicz, who also made the celebrated Canada: A People's History traced the origins of the sport to the stick-and-ball pastimes of ancient Egypt and golf-like ice games in 16th-century Europe.
There was no mention of hockey being played in October of 1825 on frozen Grey Goose Lake, a small body of water adjacent to Great Bear Lake outside the present-day town of Deline, by members of an expedition to northern Canada led by the famed British explorer John Franklin.
But the 181-year-old Franklin letter and journal entries referring to ''the game of hockey, played on the ice,'' as well as ''the amusements of skating and the evening games on the ice,'' have been hailed by the SIHR as significant findings for sport historians and are, indisputably, the world's earliest known references to the game.
www.canada.com /theprovince/news/story.html?id=bf0e4c61-a5ee-4d6e-8d91-32ea230cdaff&k=69747   (478 words)

 Art and the Empire City: New York, 1825—1861 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Met Museum Store
Accompanying a major Museum exhibition, this book is a fascinating look at the development of New York City culture from 1825 to the outbreak of the Civil War.
The inauguration of the Erie Canal in 1825 turned New York into the economic and cultural capital of America.
In essays that will interest scholars as well as a more general audience, specialists from the Metropolitan Museum and other institutions bring new insights to bear on a wide range of subjects.
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 New Genealogy & Family History Books & CDs - Genealogical.com
This is the fifth installment (fourth book) in David Dobson's Scots in the USA and Canada, 1825-1875, a series designed to compensate for the lack of official Scottish passenger lists to North America during the 19th century.
In addition, many of the entries indicate the individual's date of birth, father's name and occupation or place of residence, spouse, or the name of the vessel upon which he or she arrived.
This is the fourth book in David Dobson's Scots in the USA and Canada, 1825-1875, a series designed to compensate for the lack of official Scottish passenger lists to North America during the nineteenth century.
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All website content is the property of CheckSite Canada Inc. ® and subject to copyright © 2007
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 Immigrants to Canada in Nineteenth Century - Ships - Emigration Reports - Emigration Handbooks
Since passenger lists are rarely available for the early ships which came to Canada there are few of those, but other sources are being sought.
The Library and Archives of Canada (LAC) has passenger lists for arrivals after 1865 and they can be obtained on microfilm while some are now online but there is no index into these records.
Some of these records are the sailing schedules for the ships of the Montreal Ocean Steamship Line, better known as the Allan Line, extracted from the Sessional Papers of the Government of Canada.
www.ist.uwaterloo.ca /~marj/genealogy/thevoyage.html   (1800 words)

 1825 in Canada Details, Meaning 1825 in Canada Article and Explanation Guide
1825 in Canada Details, Meaning 1825 in Canada Article and Explanation Guide
January 3 - The Parliament House, at Toronto, is burned.
This is an Article on 1825 in Canada.
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 Ancestry.com - Scots in the USA and Canada, 1825-1875. Part Two
It is difficult to estimate with complete accuracy the number of Scots who came to this continent after 1825 because some Irish and Continental emigrants sailed from Scottish ports while some Scots departed via England or Ireland.
We do know, however, that between 1825 and 1838 over 60,000 emigrants left Scotland bound for North America; from 1840 to 1853, nearly 30,000 emigrated there; and in 1881 alone, 38,000 left for the United States and 3,000 left for Canada, mostly via Greenock.
In addition, many of the entries indicate the individual's date of birth, father's name and occupation or place of residence, spouse, or the name of the vessel upon which he or she arrived.
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 NINTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He was married to Rachel FREEMAN on 19 Apr 1804 in Ancaster, Upper Canada.
was born on 8 Jul 1820 in Canada.
was born on 1 May 1825 in Canada.
www.bowlbyfamily.org /ancestor/d105.htm   (76 words)

 1825 in Canada . 1824 in Canada . Montreal . November 2 . Erie Canal . Buffalo, New York . Alexander Mackenzie . April ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
See also: 1824 in Canada, 1825 other events of 1825, 1826 in Canada and the list of years in Canada.
Alexander Mackenzie January 28, 1822 – April 17, 1892, a building contractor and writer, was the second Prime Minister of Canada from...
Amor De Cosmos August 20, 1825 - July 4, 1897 was a Canada Canadian journalist and politician.
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 Minas de Sombrerete: An Inventory of the Collection at the Benson Latin American Collection
In 1821, he transferred the mines of Cañada to Guadalupe Chavez and Manuel Mena, who operated them until 1825, when they were abandoned.
Apparently having abandoned operations in the departmentos of Pabellón and Betanegra in 1821, Narciso Anitúa resumed operations there in 1825 in concert with the Compañía Unida de Minas Mexicanas.
Financial documents include valuations made in 1825 of the haciendas Nuestra Señora de la Soledad and Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción (on which the mines were located), accounts of operating expenses, statements of production, and miscellaneous accounts.
www.lib.utexas.edu /taro/utlac/00059/lac-00059.html   (1086 words)

 James Boyd / Laura Stevens
On page 7 of that record it clearly states that he is on the land as a "free" i.e., I believe this means a freeholder, as against adjacent entries that show "squatters" and "tenants".
James Boyd is given as having been 17 years in the Province, so he came to Quebec in about 1825.
Well, he was married in Montreal in 1825, so this makes sense.
www.clanboyd.info /outsideusa/canada/famhist/james   (811 words)

 Upper Canada Rebellion 1837: The End
Was called to the bar in 1807 and between 1810 and 1825 operated as a merchant.
He used to tell us often, in writing, not to be downcast; that he belived "Canada would yet be free"; that we were "contending in a good cause." He said he was not sorry for what he had done, and that "he would do so again." This was his mind until death.
LOUNT and MATTHEWS, two of the bravest of the Canada patriots, were executed this day, by order of Sir George Arthur, and at the urgent request of Chief Justice Robinson; Hagerman the Attorney General; and Sullivan, Baldwin, Elmsley, Allan and Draper, the Executive Council.
www.sg-chem.net /UC1838   (4508 words)

 Turks and Caicos Islands
Canada and the Turks and Caicos: The Full Story
Article by the Conservative Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre-East advocating the annexation of the Turks and Caicos Islands.
An article summarizing the discussion of connecting Canada with the Turks and Caicos.
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 MNHS.ORG | Historic Fort Snelling
This vast territory inhabited by fur traders and Indians still loyal to the British in Canada lay well beyond American settlement.
After the War of 1812, the government took physical possession of the valuable Northwest frontier by establishing a chain of Indian agencies and supporting forts from Lake Michigan to the Missouri River.
Even Swiss, Scotch and French immigrants from Lord Selkirk's unsuccessful colony in Canada were given temporary refuge.
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 Explorers - F - EnchantedLearning.com
On a second expedition, from 1825 to 1827, Franklin explored the North American coast from the mouth of the Mackenzie River, in northwestern Canada, westward to Point Beechey (Alaska, USA).
He sailed through the Strait of Juan de Fuca (which was named for him in 1725) and believed it to be the beginning of a route to the Atlantic Ocean (it is not).
After sailing back to Acapulco, Mexico, de Fuca was not rewarded by Spain for his journey, and his discovery of the strait was not entirely believed until Captain Vancouver retraced de Fuca's route 200 years later.
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 Pig's Eye's Notepad - A   (Site not responding. Last check: )
ALLARD [ALORS], PIERRE - Born 1805 in Canada.
He and his wife Marie (1817 Canada) had at least four children: Joseph (1839 MN), Josephine (1841 MN), Eloize (1844 MN) and Norbert (1850 MN).
AUGER [OZIER], LOUIS V. - Born 1789 in Canada.
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 Ships Passenger Lists to USA, Canada & Australia 1700-present on TheShipsList.com
(brig) Commerce, Glasgow to Pictou, N.S. Scotland to Canada 1815
Emigrants from Lesmahagow, Scotland, to Upper Canada 1831 (ship name unknown)
bark Pathfinder, Bridgwater, England to New York 1852 (and Canada destined passengers)
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 1825 in Canada - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com
1825 in Canada - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com
''See also:'' 1824_in_Canada, other events of 1825, 1826_in_Canada and the list_of_'years_in_Canada'.
A copy of the license is included in the section entitled
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 Ancestry.co.uk - Scots in the USA and Canada, 1825-1875 Part Three
Scots in the USA and Canada, 1825-1875 Part Three
Unlike the majority of European emigrants, who represented surplus rural workers from an agrarian society, the Scottish emigrants of the Victorian period were skilled educated workers from urban industrial backgrounds whose expertise was in great demand in the rapidly industrializing cities of North America.
While the total number of Scots emigrating is difficult to estimate with accuracy, as Irish and Continental emigrants often sailed from Scottish ports, it is likely that over 100,000 emigrants traveled to North America between 1825 and 1880 from Scottish ports.
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