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Arthur, George, Sir, 1784-1854.
Upper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1838-1841 : Arthur)
Upper Canada. Legislature. House of Assembly.
Address of assembly to His Excellency Sir George Arthur ... : we, Her Majesty's dutiful and loyal subjects, the Commons of Upper Canada, in provincial parliament assembled, beg leave to thank Your Excellency for the careful investigation which has been made into that branch of the public service, connected with the offices of the Provincial and private secretary.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 91485
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FC 02 0203 no. 91485
Ontario -- Politics and government -- 1791-1841.
Ontario -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1791-1841.
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Signed (p. 2): Allan N. MacNab, speaker, ninth day of May, 1839.
References: Fleming, P. Upper Canadian imprints, 1801-1841, no. 1361; Casey 1724; TPL 2333.
Includes details on the commissions set up to investigate the departments of the public service in Upper Canada.
29, ii p. ; 21 cm.