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|Creator||Colborne, John, Sir, 1778-1863Ontario. Legislative AssemblyUpper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1828-1836 : Colborne)|
|Title||Resolutions of the House of Assembly on His Excellency's answer to its address in behalf of Francis Collins Printed ephemera and broadsides from the Metropolitan Toronto LibraryAddress of the House of Assembly to His Excellency, the lieutenant governor, on behalf of Francis CollinsPrinted ephemera|
|Published||[Toronto?]: publisher not identified,[1829?] ([Toronto?]: Printed by John Carey)|
|Subject||Collins, Francis, 1801-1834Freedom of the press--OntarioOntario--Politics and government--1791-1841Collins, Francis, 1801-1834Liberté de la presse--OntarioOntario--Politique et gouvernement--1791-1841|
|Document source||Toronto Public Library.|
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 35 x 22 cm.
Francis Collins was sentenced to one year in jail, for libel, in October 1828. He was released in September 1829 after several appeals, on his behalf, by the House of Assembly--Cf. Dictionary of Canadian Biography.For the Address of the House of Assembly on behalf of Francis Collins see CIHM no. 40794.