Joint Address of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly of Upper Canada to His Majesty. [Resolutions of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly of Upper Canada, on the subject of its Financial Relations with the Province of Lower Canada, passed in the second session of the Eighth Provincial Parliament, A.D. 1822. The Committee appointed by the Honourable the Legislative Council and House of Assembly, to consider and report upon the Subject Matter of certain Resolutions of the House of Assembly, in which the Honourable the Legislative Council have concurred, respecting the Financial Concerns of this Province with Lower Canada, have, pursuant to the Order of both Houses, united together and examined the Matter to them referred, and have agreed on the following Report] by Canada (Upper Canada, 1791-1840) Legislature.

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This work, issued apparently without t.-p., comprises three documents concerning a dispute between Upper and Lower Canada over their respective shares of the customs revenue collected at the port of Quebec. (1) Joint Address ... (2) Resolutions of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly of Upper Canada ... (3) Report of Committee appointed ... to consider and report upon the financial concerns of Upper Canada with Lower Canada.

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15 Graves Simcoe becomes the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada; the first meetings of the Executive Council and Legislative Assembly are held at the capital, Newark (now Niagara-on-the-lake); The four original district names are changed: Hesse becomes the Western District; Lunenburg becomes the Eastern district; Mecklenburg.

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