2 edition of Elgin-Grey papers, 1846-1852 = found in the catalog.
Elgin-Grey papers, 1846-1852 =
Elgin, James Bruce, Earl of, 1811-1863.
|Other titles||La collection Elgin-Grey, 1846-1852.|
|Statement||edited with notes and appendices by Arthur G. Doughty. -.|
|Contributions||Doughty, Arthur G. Sir, 1860-1936, Grey, Henry George Grey, Earl, 1802-1894., Public Archives of Canada.|
|LC Classifications||F1032 .E39|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
Elgin's correspondence on Canadian affairs with Lord Grey was published as The Elgin-Grey Papers, , edited by Sir Arthur G. Doughty (4 vols., ). Additional Sources. Checkland, S. G., The Elgins, a tale of aristocrats, proconsuls and . MG24, Al 2, Papers of George Ramsay, Ninth Earl of Dalhousie. MG24, A34, Papers of Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham Clinton, Fifth Duke of Newcastle. MG24, B4, Papers of John Young. MG24, B10, Papers of Thomas Dunn. MG24, D9, Papers of Carteret Priaulx and Company. MG24, F28, Papers of Henry Wolsey Bayfield. MG24, H44, Papers of Sir William Edmond Logan.
and 18 Sept. , Perley Letters ; Elgin-Grey Papers , 7 Perley to Baillie, 29 July , Records of the Executive Council: Surveyor. In , the boundaries of Upper Canada were set and the new colony received jurisdiction over the territory west of the Ottawa River between the St. Lawrence River - Great Lakes waterway and the lands which had been granted to the Hudson Bay Company. The H.B.C. lands also known as Rupert's Land, consisted of the region drained by the rivers flowing into Hudson's Bay.
The Elgin-Grey Papers, – Edited with Notes and Appendices by Sir Arthur G. Doughty, Late Dominion Archivist Emeritus. Four volumes. [Published by authority of the Secretary of State under the direction of the Acting Dominion Archivist.] (Ottawa: J. O. Patenaude. Pp. xx, ). Since at least three different methods are used by libraries in cataloguing Parliamentary Papers, complete data, including the year of printing, volume within the year, sessional or command number, and short title, is given. Doughty, Sir Arthur G. The Elgin-Grey Papers, 4 vols. Ottawa: J. O. Patenaude, Doyle, Martin. Hints.
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The Elgin-Grey Papers,Volume 1 James Bruce Earl of Elgin, Earl Henry George Grey Grey J.O. Patenaude, printer to the King's Most Excellent Elgin-Grey papers, - Canada - pages.
Added t.p. in French: La collection Elgin-Grey, "Published by authority of the Secretary of State under the direction of the acting Dominion Archivist." English and French. Includes index. Description: 4 volumes (xx, pages): illustrations ; 25 cm: Other Titles: Collection Elgin-Grey, Responsibility.
The Elgin-Grey Papers:Edited with Notes and Appendices by Sir Arthur G. Doughty, in 4 Volumes [La Collection Elgin-Grey,Éditée Avec Notes Et Appendices Par Sir Arthur G. Doughty.
Introduction by James F. Kennedy.]. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Elgin-Grey papers, ; edited with v Elgin, James Bruce, Earl of, View full catalog record. The Elgin-Grey Papers A Triangular Correspondence Extensively published inthe correspondence between Lord Elgin (governor-general of Canada, ) and Earl Grey (colonial secretary, ) forms a major scholarly resource for studying the.
The Elgin-Grey papers,ed. with notes and appendices by Sir Arthur G. Doughty., Toronto Public Library. The Elgin-Grey papers, = La collection Elgin-Grey, ; edited with notes and appendices by Arthur G.
Doughty. by Elgin, James Bruce, Earl of, THE ELGIN-GREY PAPERS EDITED WITH NOTES AND APPENDICES BY SIR ARTHUR G. DOUGHTY, K.B.E., C.M.G., LL.D. Late Dominion Archivist Emeritus. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOLUME IV. Published by authority of the Secretary of State under the direction of the Acting Dominion Archivist.
OTTAWA. PATENAUDE, I.S.O. PRINTER TO THE KING’S MOST. Document Information 1846-1852 = book By: Earl of Elgin (James Bruce), Earl Grey (Albert Grey), Arthur Doughty Citation: The Elgin-Grey Papers Volume III (Edited by Sir Arthur G.
Doughty) Ottawa, Public Archives of Canada. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). The HTML Text Below Has Not Yet Been Edited This document. 2 The Elgin-Grey Papers,edited by Sir Doughty, A.
(Ottawa, ), vol. IV, p. Mill's Book I, chap. XI (“Of the Law of the Increase of Capital”) is taken almost bodily from Rae. The book has had less notice than it deserves as a work of Political Economy.
But what is of more importance here, it was written by a Scot. The Elgin-Grey papers, ; By Earl of James Bruce Elgin, ed. Sir Arthur G. (Arthur George) Doughty, Earl Henry George Grey Grey and Public Archives of Canada.
Abstract "The Elgin-Grey papers consist of private letters that passed between James Bruce, eighth earl of Elgin and twelfth earl of Kincardine. "The Elgin-Grey papers consist of private letters that passed between James Bruce, eighth earl of Elgin and twelfth earl of Kincardine, and Henry George, third earl Grey when the Earl of Elgin was govenor general of Canada and Earl Grey was secretary of state for the colonies, and also of miscellaneous papers relating to subjects of Canadian interest.".
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Get this from a library. The Elgin-Grey papers, [James Bruce Elgin, Earl of; Henry George Grey Grey, Earl; Arthur G Doughty, Sir; Public Archives of Canada.]. The Elgin-Grey Papers, –, JO Patenaude, Printer to the King, ; Alfred Perry.
"A Reminiscence of ' Who burnt the Parliament Buildings?", in Montreal Daily Star. Carnival Number, February ; William Rufus Seaver. "Rev. Seaver to his wife, 25–27 April" in Josephine Foster. "The Elgin-Grey Papers consist of private letters that passed between James Bruce, eighth Earl of Elgin and twelfth Earl of Kincardine, and Henry George, third Earl Grey, during the years towhen the Earl of Elgin was Giovernor General of Canada and Earl Grey was Secretary of State for the Colonies, and also of miscellaneous papers.
The Elgin-Grey papers, Ireland: the causes of its present condition, and the measures proposed for its improvement: Letter from Henry George Grey to unknown recipient, concerning a speech in Ireland and sending a copy of his book: Letter on Lord Grey's despatch of 31st March,relative to Canadian customs duties.
The Elgin-Grey papersed. Sir Arthur G. Doughty, 4 vols (Ottawa, ) Ward, J.M., Earl Grey and the Australian colonies, (Melbourne, ) Subjects.
When all has been said, however, the book represents a substantial addition to the economic history of Virginia.
It is scholarly and written in a painstaking, if not striking, style. It contains good illustrations and an excellent bibliography. MACINNES. The Elgin-Grey Papers. Public Archives of Canada: The Elgin-Grey papers, ; (Ottawa, J.O.
Patenaude, I. O., printer to the King, ), also by James Bruce Elgin, Arthur G. Doughty, and Henry George Grey Grey (page images at HathiTrust) Public Archives of Canada: A guide to the documents in the Manuscript room at the Public Archives of Canada.
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Pierson, Tocqueville and Beaumont in America, New York,pp. –24; the sketch of the obelisk faces p. Google Scholar.The Elgin-Grey papers, Edited with notes and appendixes by SIR ARTHUR G. DOUGHTY, late Dominion archivist emeritus. 4 vols. Ottawa: J.
0. Pateriaude, I.S.O., Pp. xx+ The period covered by this correspondence was epoch-makilng in the history of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Britain then abandoned her old colonial.