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Information for intending emigrants of all classes to Upper Canada

designed principally for the small farmer, agricultural labourer, &c., but which will be found interesting to other classes possessed of capital or independent incomes, who may contemplate leaving the United Kingdom with their families
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Emigration and immigration, Émigration et immigration, Canadian immigration literature, Documentation pour immgrants, Canada Co
Statementby Frederick Widder
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 42264, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 42264
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Information for intending emigrants of all classes to Upper Canada [microform]: designed principally for the small farmer, agricultural labourer, &c., but which will be found interesting to other classes possessed of capital or independent incomes, who may contemplate leaving the United Kingdom.

At head of title: Canada West, 1st June, Pages: Information for intending emigrants to Upper Canada.

[Toronto?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Widder; Canada Company. Sketches of Upper Canada, domestic, local, and characteristic: to which are added, practical details for the information of emigrants of every class; and some recollections of the United States of America: Publisher: 3rd ed.; Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, Date of Publication: Shelfmark: ABS Information for intending emigrants of all classes to Upper Canada [electronic resource]: designed principally for the small farmer, agricultural labourer, &c., but which will be found interesting to other classes possessed of capital or independent incomes, who may contemplate leaving the United Kingdom with their families / By d.

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How to emigrate, or, The British colonists: a tale for all classes: Publisher: London: Grant and Griffith, Date of Publication: with information for intending emigrants: Publisher: Edinburgh, Date of Publication: For the West.

The traveller and emigrants' hand-book to Canada and the north-west of the American Union. The emigrants' friend; containing information and advice for persons intending to emigrate to the United States Publisher Newcastle-on-Tyne: M.

& M. Lambert,   Lists of emigrants on board the KINGSTON from Liverpool to settle in Hull Township, Lower Canada: William Farmer and family fonds: MG24 I Photocopies: volume 1, pages 1 to 7.

See Mikan for more information about this fonds. Returns of destitute at Prescott, Ontario: Upper Canada Sundries: RG5 A1. The Province of Upper Canada (French: province du Haut-Canada) was a part of British Canada established in by the Kingdom of Great Britain, to govern the central third of the lands in British North America, formerly part of the Province of Quebec since Upper Canada included all of modern-day Southern Ontario and all those areas of Northern Ontario in the Pays d'en Haut which Common languages: English.

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Sketches of Upper Canada, domestic, local, and characteristic: to which are added, practical details for the information of emigrants of every class: and some recollections of the United States of America. Drawing on new and wide-ranging sources author Lucille H.

Campey charts the progress of Scottish settlement throughout Upper Canada. This book contains much descriptive information, including all known passenger lists.

It gives details of the ships, which made over crossings and carried almostemigrant Scots. Information for intending emigrants of all classes to Upper Canada: designed principally for the small farmer, agricultural labourer, &c., but which will be found interesting to other classes possessed of capital or independent incomes, who may contemplate leaving the United Kingdom with their families.

Information for intending emigrants of all classes to Upper Canada: designed principally for the small farmer, agricultural labourer, &c., but which will be found interesting to other classes possessed of capital or independent incomes, who may contemplate leaving the United Kingdom with their families.

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Johnson () was a professor emeritus of history at Carleton University and the author of In Duty Bound: Men, Women, and the State in Upper Canada, Canada, as it is: Comprising Details Relating to the Domestic Policy, Commerce and Agriculture, of the Upper and Lower Provinces: Comprising Matters of General Information and Interest, Especially Intended for the Use of Settlers and Emmigrants Issue of CIHM/ICMH Digital series Issue of CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches.

Views of Canada and the colonists: embracing the experience of a residence; views of the present state, progress and prospects of the colony; with detailed and practical information for intending emigrants, by a four year's resident: Publisher: Edinburgh: A.

& C. Black, Date of Publication: Shelfmark: (7); Eg ROBINSON, PETER, office holder, businessman, fur trader, militia officer, politician, and jp; b. in New Brunswick, eldest son of Christopher Robinson* and Esther Sayre; brother of John Beverley* and William Benjamin*; he had at least a son and two daughters; d.

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Peter Robinson spent his childhood on the move. He was in New Brunswick for three years, in Lower Canada. THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO THE CANADAS This book was printed in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, and was intended as a source of information for prospective emigrants to Upper and Lower Canada.

It has only a few names, so is not a good source of genealogical records, but is a fantastic source of some of the historic information about the Canadas. Information for intending emigrants of all classes to Upper Canada designed principally for the small farmer, agricultural labourer, &c., but which will be found interesting to other classes possessed of capital or independent incomes, who may contemplate leaving the United Kingdom with their families / by Frederick Widder () (Reprint).

Emigrants from County Wexford and County Carlow, Ireland (c. 1, families) to Upper Canada (British North America), the Elly List of (These families settled mostly in the Richmond / Brockville / Kingston /Boyd Settlement area).

Excerpt from The Blackwater Region and Ontario, Canada by Christy Roche "When you look at a map and see Fermoy, Glanworth, Kilworth, Ballygiblin and Blackwater on it, you might be certain you were looking at a map of North Cork; however, these all these place names are also to be found on the map of Southern Ontario.

The reason for dates back to the early s and a man called Peter Robinson. Canada Company., 9 books Frederick Widder, 8 books Canada Company, 7 books Bathurst, Henry Bathurst Earl, 3 books Englishman resident in Upper Canada, 2 books Andrew Picken, 2 books Smith, Thomas, 1 book Wilfred Brenton Kerr, 1 book Robert C.

Lee, 1 book Hamilton Baird Timothy, 1 book Thelma Coleman, 1 book R. Gordon, 1 book Lizars, Robina. The Petworth Emigration Scheme, sponsored by the Earl of Egremont and promoted by Thomas Sockett, anglican Rector of Petworth, sent around working-class people from the south of England to Upper Canada between and The Scheme was part of a larger initiative in Britain during the s, in which churches, charitable organisations and private individuals were active in promoting.

In a vote of £50, had been secured by the Colonial Office to assist emigrants going to the Cape, and in —16 Scottish settlers had been given free passages to Upper Canada, land, and rations while clearing it. Female Emigrants Guide of (CIHM #) (The following extracts from this publication, published inand written by Catharine Parr Traill, show a different side of the emigration process.

Traill was the sister of Susanna Moodie and Samuel Strickland all of whom wrote books on their experiences in Canada.) The FEMALE EMIGRANT’S GUIDE. Emigration to Canada: the Province of Ontario: its soil, climate, resources, institutions, free grant lands, &c., &c.: for the information of intending emigrants.

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It was from the mercantile class of the area of Edinburgh and Leith that the most imposing ‘group applications’ came, like the petition forwarded by William Arbuthnot, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, in January from eight men of property, all heads of families, who wished to go out ‘as a group of about sixty persons, proposing to take.

In the years cm people left Britain as emigrants. Of those who travelled to the British Empire (c%) the vast majority went to Canada – a British colony most like Britain in terms of climate, closest in terms of travel, and most similar to the most popular destination for emigrants: the United States.

emigrant to Upper.County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research And at Quebec, A. C. Buchanan, Esq., the chief Government emigration agent, will afford every information to all emigrants who seek his advice.

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