[Montreal? : s.n.], 1827 (Montreal : Montreal Gazette); 146 pages, 144 with full-text search [?]
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Letter from Delta to Senex : containing some observations and strictures on a late manifesto published in the newspapers in a sinister form of an address from a junto of members of the provincial Parliament of Lower Canada to their constituents : to which is added an appendix, consisting of the speech of His Excellency the Governor in Chief, on proroguing the last session of the provicial Parliament and the said manifesto.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 21212
|Published||[Montreal? : s.n.], 1827 (Montreal : Montreal Gazette)|
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Nationalism -- Quebec (Province).
Nationalisme -- Québec (Province).
Quebec (Province) -- Politics and government -- 1791-1841.
Québec (Province) -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1791-1841.
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2 microfiches (74 fr.).
"'I hate when vice can bolt her arguments, and virtue has no tongue to check her.'"