Lord Durham's Report: An Abridgement of Report on the Affairs of British North America

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Absentee proprietors, Prince Edward Island, 107-8, 120-21
Agriculture, 19, 20; Lower Canada, 27-28, 150; Prince Edward Island, 107
Amnesty, iii, 91
Assembly, House of, 144-45; Lower Canada, 23-24, 35-41, 50-56, 57- 61, 103-4, 158-59, 170; Upper Canada, 78-83, 85-89, 91-92, 99, 100, 103; Maritime Provinces, 106-7; Newfoundland, 109-10. See also Executive, and Representative Institutions and Responsible Government
Baillie [Thomas], Commissioner of Crown Lands, New Brunswick, 116
Baldwin, Robert, 11, 85
Banks and banking, 37, 75, 79, 164
Bermuda, iii
Brock, General [Isaac], heirs of, 118
Brougham, Lord, iii, ix
Buffalo, 114, 134
Bullet, Charles, ix
Bureaucracy, 30, 54-57, 62-66, 79- 80
Canals, 61, 102-4, 114
Casual and territorial revenues, 53- 54, 74-75. See also Revenue, and Taxation
Censitaire, see Habitant
Churches, see Religion
Civil list, 54, 170
Civil Secretary, 66
Clergy reserves, ix, 73-74, 80, 89, 92, 93-97, 112, 116-18, 171
Colborne, Sir John, 94-95
Colonial Office, 62-64, 80-81, 105, 112, 165
Communications, by land and water, 20, 61, 100, 110-11, 114-15, 164-66
Congress ( United States), 112, 113, 157
Constitutional Act, 1791, 54, 73, 116-17, 168
Corruption and jobbery, 60-61, 82- 83, 100, 103, 113, 119, 145, 160
Councils: Executive, ii, v, 65, 79, 81, 85-87, 92, 106, 140-41; Legislative, ii, ix, 39, 51, 58-60, 79-81, 94, 106-7, 169-70. See also Executive, and Privy Council
Crown, 62, 65, 139-40, 143-44
Crown lands, seePublic lands, and Casual and territorial revenues
Crown revenues, 170
Currency, seeBanks and banking
Cushing, Elmer, 118
Customs duties, 53-54, 75-76, 104, 164
Despotism, in French Canada, 27
Dissolution or demise of the Crown, 89
Division of powers, recommended, vi-vii, xi, 141-3
Dunn [John Henry], Receiver General of Upper Canada, 85
Dutch, of Niagara, 138; of New York, 157
Eastern Townships, 24, 31, 37, 39, 49, 68, 73, 133, 147
Edinburgh Review, ix
Education, xi, 27-30, 34, 36, 42, 60, 64, 71-73, 77, 94, 100-101, 111, 114, 118, 151
Electoral frauds, 88-89, 154

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  • Introduction i
  • Commission 13
  • British North America Report To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty 16
  • Suggestions For Further Reading 175
  • Index 177
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  • The Legislative Council 19
  • The Legislative Assembly 39
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