Charles Poulett Thomson, 1st Baron Sydenham

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Charles Poulett Thomson, 1st Baron Sydenham

(1799-1841) Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, Governor General of the Province of Canada

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From the author

  • 1841 - Two provincial ordinances of Lower Canada
  • 1841 - Canada. Copy of a despatch from the Governor-General of British North America, transmitting a return from the principal of the seminary of Montreal: showing the names of those who, since the passing of the ordinance 3 Vict. c. 30, have commuted the tenure of their property ; with a statement of the amount of that property. (Mr. Vernon Smith.) Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 23 February 1841
  • 1840 - Copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the re-union of the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada
  • 1840 - Copy of an act passed by the Legislature of Upper Canada to provide for the sale of the clergy reserves
  • 1840 - Copy of a despatch from the Right Honourable Charles Poulett Thomson to Lord John Russell, dated Montreal, 13th March 1840, transmitting memorial from various parties respecting the estates of St. Sulpice (online)
  • 1840 - The Governor-General transmits for the information of the House of Assembly, in compliance with his answer of the 18th instant, such of the reports of the commissioners appointed to enquire into the Public Departments as it has been possible, up to the present time, to transcribe (online)
  • 1839 - Report on Steam-vessel Accidents: (Mr. Poulett Thomson.)
  • 1839 - The substance of a speech delivered by the Right Hon. C. Poulett Thomson on Mr. Villiers' motion for going into a committee of the whole house on the Corn Laws
  • 1836 - A bill to amend an act of the third and fourth year of his present Majesty's reign, for regulating the labour of children and young persons in the mills and factories of the United Kingdom: factories act amendment
  • 1839 - Speech of C. Poulett Thomson on the corn laws, March 7, 1834
  • 1833 - Report from the Select Committee on Manufactures, Commerce, and Shipping: with the minutes of evidence, and appendix and index
  • 1832 - A speech deliverd in the House of Commons, on the 25th March, 1830, by the Right Hon. Charles Poulett Thomson, M.P., vice-president of the Board of Trade, Treasurer of the Navy, &c. on a motion "That a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into the expediency of making a revision of the taxes, ...
  • 1830 - Correspondence on the distressed state of the labouring classes in the United Kingdom
  • 1830 - Speech of C. Poulett Thomson, Esq., in the House of Commons, on the 26th of March, 1830, on moving the appointment of a select committee to inquire into the state of taxation of the United Kingdom (online)
  • 1830 - An inquiry into the causes and remedies of pauperism: First series, containing correspondence with C. Poulett Thomson

On the author

  • 2000 - Phillip Buckner, "Thomson, Charles Edward Poulett, 1st Baron Sydenham", in Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online, Université Laval and University of Toronto
  • 1973 - Paul Knaplund, ed., Letters from Lord Sydenham, Governor-General of Canada, 1839–1841, to Lord John Russell, New York: A. M. Kelley, 180 p.
  • 1908 - Adam Shortt, Lord Sydenham, Toronto: Morang & co., limited, 367 p. (online)
  • 1847 - John Richardson, Eight years in Canada; embracing a review of the administrations of lords Durham and Sydenham, Sir Chas. Bagot and Lord Metcalfe, and including numerous interesting letters from Lord Durham, Mr. Chas. Buller and other well-known public characters
  • 1844 - George Poulett Scrope and Charles Edward Poulett Thomson Sydenham, Memoir of the Life of the Right Honourable Charles, Lord Sydenham, G. C. B.: With a Narrative of His Administration in Canada. Second Edition, London: John Murray, 403 p. (online)
  • 1843 - George Poulett Scrope and Charles Edward Poulett Thomson Sydenham, Memoir of the Life of the Right Honourable Charles, Lord Sydenham, G. C. B.: With a Narrative of His Administration in Canada, London: John Murray, 532 p. (online)
  • 1841 - Notices of the death of the late Lord Sydenham by the press of British North America: with prefactory remarks (online)

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