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Text:"... of government may be enabled to strike home. Ford, 12, p. 287. BY HIS EXCELLENCY JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor and Colonel Commanding His Majestys Forces in Upper Canada, c., c., c..."
Date:1923
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:".... ^ Ann (the latter born after I So much of the trust date and execution of will f mon e vs as wlU amount to of JohnGraves Simcoe). J and ise 6 000 for each The testatrix explains her reason for giving..."
Date:Between 1766 and 1850
Place:Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... (the latter born after I So much f the date and execution of will mo ^ s ^^ T un V of JohnGraves Simcoe). J and raise 6,000 for each. The testatrix explains her reason for giving the additional 1..."
Date:Between 1766 and 1850
Place:Ontario, Canada
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Text:"..., R.W.M. , presiding, and attended by thirteen Members of the Lodge and three visiting Brethren, Brother Cholwich proposed Mr. JohnGraves Simcoe, and Bro. Rous proposed Sir Wilmot Prideaux, Bart..."
Date:Between 1752 and 1806
Place:Canada
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Text:"...THE CORRESPONDENCE OF Lieutenant Governor JohnGraves Simcoe With Allied Documents VOL. 1.-1789=1793. FROM W. W. GRENVILLE TO LORD CHANCELLOR THURLOW. Wimbledon, August 26, 1789. I was extremely..."
Date:1923
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES S I M C O E Western District should sit in Detroit and that a special Court should sit in July every year in Michillimackinac (13) . Other Legislation was for the appointment..."
Date:Between 1752 and 1806
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES S I M C O E He had at first intended to winter in Cataraqui (Kingston), and early in the spring occupy such a central position as shall be previously chosen for the Capital. If possible..."
Date:Between 1752 and 1806
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE CHAPTER IX Page THE CHURCHES AND EDUCATION . . 166 CHAPTER X A SILVAN COURT .... 177 CHAPTER XI FOUNDING A PROVINCE . . . .195 CHAPTER XII AFTER UPPER CANADA . . . 219 CHAPTER..."
Place:Canada
Publication date:Between 1909 and 1911
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE the church was a scheme apart, founded upon preconceived ideas. But in urging it Simcoe was instant in season and out of season. He wished to assimilate the government as nearly..."
Date:1906
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE the shadow of Exeter Cathedral, he passed away. On November 4th, he was buried at Wolford Lodge in the domestic chapel. The county of Devon erected in the cathedral at Exeter..."
Date:1906
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE gantly as they could be in England. His large garden has the appearance of a French kitchengarden, kept in good order. But the dependence upon a small circle for the pleasures..."
Place:Canada
Publication date:Between 1909 and 1911
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE province as an aristocracy. This aristocracy he hoped to build out of the materials at his hand : half-pay officers, many of whom bore names that were honoured at home and whose..."
Place:Canada
Publication date:Between 1909 and 1911
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE for such an ambuscade as broke St. Clair and de* stroyed his army. His object was solely to crush the Indians, obeying the order of his government. On June 30th he met his foe..."
Date:1906
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE enemy, his horse being killed with five bullets, and himself stunned by the violence of the fall. As he lay thus a lad was prevented from bayoneting him, and for a while his life..."
Date:1906
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE claim to recognition. He was elected member for St. Maws, Cornwall, as colleague with Sir William Young, Bart., and took his seat in the parliament which assembled on November 25th..."
Date:1906
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE Rangers on July 1st, but after he had escorted Sir William Erskine to Sandy Hook he was compelled through illness to remain in New York inactive until the fourteenth of the month..."
Date:1906
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE A shot in the shoulder and finger received by accident when a soldier fired at an Indian dog in July, 1794, did no permanent injury, painful as it was. (4) As I have done a score..."
Date:Between 1752 and 1806
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE The expenses of the position of Lieutenant-Governor of the Province were not so great then as at the present time, but they were high enough. We have a record of the cost..."
Date:Between 1752 and 1806
Place:Canada
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Text:"...JOHNGRAVES SIMCOE Thirby was not present with him at the Barn either of the times that day. He also acknowledges to have been in the American service during the late war. The examination of Thirby..."
Date:Between 1752 and 1806
Place:Canada