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" The Canadian farmer is a supplicant at present to the Imperial Legislature, not for favour, but for justice ; and, strong as is his affection for the mother country and her institutions, he cannot reconcile it to his sense of right, that, after being... "
Parliamentary Papers - Page 15
by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1848
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1849
...feeling in the province over which he presided. The despatch thus proceeded : — " My Lord — Л rumour has reached this province that the measure...of all protection for his produce in her markets, lie should be subjected to a hostile discriminating duty in the guise of a law for the protection of...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1849
...Parliament. It is my duty to represent to your Lordship that this report has produced a very painful fceling. The Canadian farmer is a supplicant at present to...the guise of a law for the protection of navigation. That the British ahipowner should bo unwilling to permit foreigners to share the trade of the St. Lawrence,...
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British Colonial Policy, 1783-1915

Charles Herbert Currey - Great Britain - 1916 - 266 pages
...manner related to or affected the colonies. The Canadian farmer, as Lord Elgin pointed out, could not reconcile it to his sense of right that, after being •deprived of all protection for his produce in the British markets, he should be subject to a hostile and discriminating duty in the guise of a law...
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