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|Creator||Head, Francis B. (Francis Bond), 1793-1875Upper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1836-1838 : Head)|
|Title||Address of the electors of the city of Toronto to Sir Francis Bond Head, on the subject of the distress occasioned by the stoppage of the supplies : with His Excellency's answer thereto Printed ephemera from the Metropolitan Toronto LibraryPrinted ephemera|
|Published||[Toronto?]: publisher not identified,[1836?]|
|Subject||Upper Canada. Legislature. House of AssemblyOntario--Politics and government--1791-1841Haut-Canada. Legislature. House of AssemblyOntario--Politique et gouvernement--1791-1841|
|Document source||Toronto Public Library.|
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 28 x 23 cm.
In 2 columns. The 1st column set forth an unsigned address of electors commending Head's antagonistic attitude to the Legislative Assembly and suggesting an election to change its personnel. The 2nd column gives Head's vindication of his attitude.