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Fonds consists of correspondence, commissions, addresses, draft speeches and articles, poll books, and accounts, 1837-1840, 1.09 m; and a letter from George Brown to Wm. B. Richard, 1844, photocopies, 4 pages.
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Microfilm reel C-1603
Microfilm reel C-1601
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Textual records The finding aid contains an alphabetical list of authors followed by a subject index which describe volumes 1 to 12. Also included is a table of contents and a conversion shelf list for volumes 1 to 27. MSS0021 90 (Electronic)
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George Brown, journalist and statesman, was co-founder and editor of the Toronto Globe. He sat in the Legislative Assembly of Canada from 1851 to 1857, and was one of the leaders of the Reform Party in Upper Canada. He was appointed to the Senate in 1873.
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1. Politicians - Upper Canada, 1837-1880
2. Hudson's Bay Company, 1837-1880.
3. Newspapers - Upper Canada, 1844
4. William B. Richard, 1844.
5. Commissions, 1837-1880.
6. Speeches, addresses, etc., Canadian, 1837-1880.
7. Peter Brown - Diaries, 1837.
8. Reciprocity, 1837-1880.
9. Canada - Economic policy, 1837-1880.
10. Free trade, 1837-1880.
11. Canada - Commercial policy, 1837-1880.
12. Kent County (Upper Canada) - Poll books, 1851.
13. Lambton County (Upper Canada) - Poll books, 1851.
14. Journalists - Canada, 1837-1880.
15. Politics and government.
17. Politique et gouvernement .
18. Brockville (Upper Canada)
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