2 edition of Letter from Mr. Brydges in regard to trade between Canada and the Lower Provinces. found in the catalog.
Letter from Mr. Brydges in regard to trade between Canada and the Lower Provinces.
Charles John Brydges
Written in English
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In earlier Letters we dealt with government, our place within the British Empire, our relations with the United States and various aspects of economic and social life. 80 per cent of whom lived in the two provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.
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