Upper Canada was the first British possession to provide by legislation for the abolition of slavery.
We can get a charter for the Upper Canada Academy, but assistance is uncertain.
The press was represented by a few weekly newspapers; only one daily existed in Upper Canada before 1840.
These facts were well known to every one in Upper Canada at the time.
The course which events would take in Upper Canada was for a time doubtful.
That vested right the people of Upper Canada possessed from 1791 to 1840.
Came to Canada with his parents; studied law and called to the bar of Upper Canada, 1836.
He addressed the landowners of Upper Canada for information.
There was also much mismanagement of the financial affairs of Upper Canada College.
The parliament of Upper Canada was opened on the 23rd of March.