5 edition of Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada found in the catalog.
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Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants, in Upper Canada: written in Copies and extracts of letters from settlers in Upper Canada Correspondence between the Right Honourable Sir Robert Wilmot Horton, bart., and J.B. Robinson, Esq., chief justice of Upper Canada: upon the subject of a pamphlet lately published, entitled “Ireland. Emigration; letters from Sussex emigrants who sailed from Portsmouth in April, , on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada, extracts from various writers on emigration to Canada and from Canadian newspapers(!), with references to the letters, Capt. Hale's instructions to emigrants and a gazetteer of the places named in.
Extract from a statement on the selection of suitable emigrants with reference to a group selling up their homes and then not being able to acquire a passage, n.d. P.H.A. Colonel Wyndham’s assistance to emigration Poster advertising free emigration to Upper Canada or Australia for tenants and labourers on. Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants in Upper Canada for Counsel for Emigrants, and Interesting Information from Nu- merous Sources. Dalton, William: Travels in the United States of America and Part of Upper Canada.
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and Thomas Sockett. Abstract. The committee was formed under the sanction of the earl of Egremont to afford assistance to emigrants to Canada. Thomas Sockett, chairman of the serves as of.
Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada [electronic resource]: written in Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for [electronic resource]. Using a rich collection of contemporary sources, this study focuses on one group of English immigrants sent to Upper Canada from Sussex and other southern counties with the aid of parishes and landlords.
In Part One, Wendy Cameron follows the work of the Petworth Emigration Committee over six years and trace how the immigrants were received in each of these years.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude McGill-Queen's University Press, Septembercloth, pp, illus, maps, tables and figures Includes notes, bibliography, and index Winner.
Emigration [microform]: letters from Sussex emigrants, who sailed from Portsmouth, in April,on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada Pages: Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada uses the sources of landlords and government to narrate the emigration of some 1, emigrants from Sussex and near-by English counties to Upper Canada (Ontario) between and English Immigrant Voices turns to the emigrants and the letters they wrote describing their life-altering decisions and their new lives in Canada.
The Petworth Emigration Project records ten years' work by a group of researchers in Canada and England who came together for a case study of assisted emigration. The subject of the study is s emigration and immigration - from Sussex and other counties in the south of England to Ontario in Canada.
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Letters written after their arrival helped to reconstruct many families and revealed their locations in Canada. Archival sources in England and Canada contributed yet more contemporary information to. English Immigrant Voices is listed on the McGill-Queen's University Press website and booksellers can order it from them.
It is also available online at sites including Chapters Indigo, and can be purchased with Assisting Emigration from Upper Canada in a boxed set. Also available in e-book format - information to purchase at McGill-Queen's University. Collected from published, archival, and private sources, these letters place the Petworth immigrants in the context of their times and challenge the image of English immigrants to s Upper Canada as officers and gentlewomen.
Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, and Mary McDougall Maude have carefully annotated the letters to sketch the stories of individual writers, link letters by the same author Reviews: 1.
From tothe Petworth Project provided for 1, men, women and children to undertake the voyage from Portsmouth, England to Upper Canada.
The Emigration Committee instructed the emigrants regarding what they could expect upon reaching Canada, as well as what provisions they would need to bring with them. Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants Written in , ; Letter from James Cooper, MayBrighton Herald, 25 Aug Cowdray Archives no: ; Walking the Bounds of Lodsworth Parish, AM 21/1/3; Lodsworth Tithe Apportionment Book.The source of the letter by George Older was Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants Written in , 8.
The following is an "Extract of a Letter from George Older, who emigrated to Canada, in the ship Heber, which sailed from Portsmouth, April 23rd.to Mr. Drewitt, of Peppering, Sussex:".It is with great pleasure and anticipation that I write a Foreword for this book and for its companion volume,English Immigrant Voices: Labourers Letters from Upper Canada in the s,edited by Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, and Mary McDougall books have been dear to my heart for many question that you, the reader, may ask is, why have we written such a detailed work .