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Proclamation of 1763 Issued by the Privy Council in Great Britain, the Royal
Proclamation of 1763 was a binding administrative step and a clear expression of imperial
government policy for the new British possessions in North America.
Proclamation of 1763 The Royal Proclamation of 1763, issued by the official Privy
Council in Great Britain, and an expression of imperial government policy for the new
British possessions in America.
Proclamation A proclamation issued by Governor Carleton at Quebec, 1775, as the
capital came under American siege, dealing with disloyal and disaffectionate
Proclamation The Proclamation by Governor Carleton at Quebec, 1775, dealing with
the problems of disaffection among militia enrolled there to held defend Quebec
Act The Proclamation of the Constitutional Act, November, 1791.
Grant Proclamation Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe's Proclamation of land grants for
setters, February, 1792, offering 200-acre lots to be granted free to farm settlers
declaring British loyalty.
Simcoe A proclamation placed in the Upper Canada Gazette by Governor Simcoe on
16, 1793, reflecting how French-English relations in Europe had direct influence in Upper
Proclamation The Proclamation of the Peace Treaty of Ghent, with the official
announcement by Governor Sir George Prevost at Quebec, March 9, 1815.
Bond Head The proclamation of Sir Francis Bond Head, December 7, 1837, during
rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada, immediately following the skirmish at Montgomery's
by Durham A proclamation by the Earl of Durham as Governor-General, 1838,
expressing his policies on arriving in Canada.
Act The Royal Proclamation of the Union Act, February 10, 1841, to reunite the
Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.
River Proclamation A proclamation against the Red River rebels, 1869.
Mine The Cobalt Townsite Mine, with the mine buildings and the Temiskaming and
Northern Ontario Railway (T & N.O.R.) running between. Subsequently, in the early 20th
century, Cobalt became a major silver mining centre.
I Proclamation A royal proclamation forbidding trading with Indians.
Act of 1982 Queen Elizabeth II signing the official proclamation of the
Constitution Act of 1982 outside the parliament buildings in April, with Prime Minister
Trudeau beside her.
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