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|Creator||Head, Francis B. (Francis Bond), 1793-1875Upper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1836-1838 : Head)|
|Title||The Freeholders of the township of Pickering sent up an address, signed by 151 of their number, condemning the course taken by the majority of the House of Assembly ... and particularly in refusing the supplies ... : to which His Excellency was pleased to make the following reply ... list of commissioners appointed by the House of Assembly in the several bills passed by them during the last session, with proposed compensation ... Printed ephemera from the Metropolitan Toronto LibraryPrinted ephemera|
|Published||[Toronto?]: publisher not identified,[1836?]|
|Subject||Patronage, Political--OntarioOntario--Politics and government--1791-1841Favoritisme--OntarioOntario--Politique et gouvernement--1791-1841|
|Document source||Toronto Public Library.|
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 31 x 19 cm.
The address apparently refers to the session ending in April, 1836. Governor Head's reply points out his service to the province in eliminating patronage by cancelling certain commissionerships to bills passed in the same session.