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Glenelg, Charles Grant
Glenelg, Charles Grant (Baron)
Glenelg (Lord)
Grant, Charles
Grant, Charles (Baron Glenelg)
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Beverley, R. M. (1797 or 8-1868)
Beverley, Robert Mackenzie (1797 or 8-1868)
Great Britain. Colonial Office
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Lower Canada. Legislature. House of Assembly
MacDonnell, Eneas (1783-1858)
Mackenzie, George Steuart Sir, 1780-1848
Philip, John (1775-1851)
Taunton, Henry Labouchere Baron, 1798-1869
Vaux, Charles Grant vicomte de
British North American provinces : return to an address of the honourable the House of Commons, dated 11 June 1839 ; for Copies or extracts of correspondence since 1st April 1835 between the Secretary of State for the Colonies and the governers of the British North American provinces respecting the Indians in those provinces
Canadas instructions to the Earl of Gosford, and the commissioners appointed to inquire into the grievances complained of in Lower Canada : also, instructions to Sir F.B. Head, lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada.
Documents laid before the Right Honourable Lord Glenelg by George S. Mackenzie, bart., relative to the convicts sent to New South Wales, April 1836.
history of Mauritius, or, The Isle of France and the neighbouring islands from their first discovery to the present time composed principally from the papers and memoirs of Baron Grant, The
Letter to the Right Hon. Charles Grant, president of the Board of Commissioners for the Affairs of India.
Lord Glenelg's despatches to Sir F.B. Head, Bart. during his administration of the government of Upper Canada : abstracted from the papers laid before Parliament.
Observations on the constitutions ... 1836:
Our case made out Lord Glenelg, a witness in favour of the immediate and total abolition of negro apprenticeship.
Poem on the restoration of learning in the east which obtained mr. buchanan's prize
Reports and correspondence on the subject of the charges preferred against Mr. Chisholme and Judge Fletcher
wrongs of the Caffre nation; a narrative, The