Copies or extracts of correspondence respecting the clergy reserves in Canada, 1819 to 1840.

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ContributionsGreat Britain. Colonial Office, Canada (Upper Canada, 1791-1840). Legislative Council, Canada (Upper Canada, 1791-1840). House of Assembly
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