Correspondence relative to the recent disturbances in the Red River Settlement

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Creator Great Britain. Colonial Office
Canada. Governor-General (1869-1872: Lisgar)
Title Correspondence relative to the recent disturbances in the Red River Settlement
Identifier P000565
Subject Rebellions and Regimental Histories--Red River Rebellion
Canada--Parliament
Great Britain--Parliament
Letters
Lettres (Genre littéraire)
Red River Rebellion, 1869-70
Rouge, Rébellion de la rivière, 1869-1870
1870
Notes print ix, 223 p.; 34 cm.
Language English
Media Text
Contributor University of Alberta
Description Includes: despatches from the governor, Sir John Young (pages 1-169); despatches from the secretary of state, Earl Granville (pages 170-180); correspondence between the Colonial Office and HBC (pages 181-219); correspondence between the Colonial Office and Sir John Rose (pages 220-223); and Reuter's telegrams (page 223).
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