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|Creator||Maitland, Peregrine, Sir, 1777-1854Upper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1818-1828 : Maitland)|
|Title||The Lieutenant Governor thinks proper to call the attention of the House of Assembly, to a subject which he has long regarded as one of much importance to the province, and of particular interest to a large portion of its inhabitants : the House of Assembly is aware that of those persons who have come to this Province from foreign countries, and more especially at an early period of its settlement, many had been citizens of the United States of America, and subjects of that government ... Printed ephemera and broadsides from the Metropolitan Toronto LibraryPrinted ephemera|
|Published||[Toronto?]: publisher not identified,[1825?] (York [Toronto]: Printed at the U.C. Gazette)|
|Subject||Aliens--OntarioCivil rights--OntarioÉtrangers--Droit--OntarioDroits de l'homme--Canada|
|Document source||Toronto Public Library.|
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 30 x 19 cm.
At head of title: P. Maitland.Dated: Government House, 15th November, 1825.