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The Government, while it still, as formerly, and to a far greater degree than in the past, assumes the respon- sibility of perfecting the roads has also undertaken to as- sist in the form* ^on of these aid associations by giving to each Society that is formed a sum equal the total amount paid to it as suscription by its members.

The true friends of colonization have perceived in this a mo- tive sufficiently powerful to induce men in easy circum- stances to take part in so philanthropic and patriotic a work.

It will be seen at a glance that these So- cieties are capable of effording great aid to the emigrant who may place himself in correspondence, or contact with them.

(Vide Appendix for a list of them, the names of their chief officers, and the priruipal seats of their oper- ations.) f I- fc lit t — 47 — n t ) h lit » XIV. With the view of protecting the settler against the re- verses, which in Ih?

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Since the advent of (bnfederation in 1867, the Provin ce of Quebec has determined with new vigor to assist in the creation of new settlements. The Temiacouata Road commences at Riviere rl,- in., * the Townsiphs Of Whi.worth .„d A™argh, and Ihe s^i 'T* miscouata, to the Province Line, "^'b'nory oi le- ELGIN ROAD. Public opinion, aroused by the boldness and the suc- cess of these enterprises, did not long delay in soliciting the Provincial Government to second ihe efforts of those settlers, by causing roads to b^ opened wherever coloni zation promised success. The Elgin Road, in the County of I'Islet, commences at the R.- St. »« „ Flour per Bam, ,200 So — US- CLASSICAL COLLEGES. From 1854 down to the pre- sent day, there has not, been less than

Since the advent of (bnfederation in 1867, the Provin ce of Quebec has determined with new vigor to assist in the creation of new settlements. The Temiacouata Road commences at Riviere rl,- in., * the Townsiphs Of Whi.worth .„d A™argh, and Ihe s^i 'T* miscouata, to the Province Line, "^'b'nory oi le- ELGIN ROAD.

Public opinion, aroused by the boldness and the suc- cess of these enterprises, did not long delay in soliciting the Provincial Government to second ihe efforts of those settlers, by causing roads to b^ opened wherever coloni zation promised success. The Elgin Road, in the County of I'Islet, commences at the R.- St. »« „ Flour per Bam, ,200 So — US- CLASSICAL COLLEGES.

From 1854 down to the pre- sent day, there has not, been less than $1,500,000 paid out of the public Treasury, to open roads ihrough the forests of the Province. Lawrence, at Port-Joli,in the Seigniory of Pop Tt!! '"' passes on the division line between the To vnshins of Pn.f ! Farmers and Mechanics may live very cheaply in the Province of Subjoined is a list of prices of the principal articles of food, Ac.

Ld upon goods im- ported into the country, and an excise tax on spirits and to- bacco manufactured in the Dominion. Francis, Richmond., 13 14 10 Three-Rivers Morrin Col. Michel College i 5 Laval College Rigaud College *••■•*■■» 6 1 7 8 Ste. Laurent College 2 139 7 80 m^m^ — 120 — LIST OF NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE PRO- VINCE OF QUEBEC.

Dy the terms of the Federal constitution, the Dominion Government has the exclusive right to collect the revenue, subject to pay over to each of the Provinces an annual subsidy— that to Quebec amounts toe959,252,which added to the revenue of the Province itself, the principal part of which is derived from the Crown Lands, gave 81,535,836, for the fiscal year 1867-68, and $1,679,1-72!

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Since the advent of (bnfederation in 1867, the Provin ce of Quebec has determined with new vigor to assist in the creation of new settlements. The Temiacouata Road commences at Riviere rl,- in., * the Townsiphs Of Whi.worth .„d A™argh, and Ihe s^i 'T* miscouata, to the Province Line, "^'b'nory oi le- ELGIN ROAD. Public opinion, aroused by the boldness and the suc- cess of these enterprises, did not long delay in soliciting the Provincial Government to second ihe efforts of those settlers, by causing roads to b^ opened wherever coloni zation promised success. The Elgin Road, in the County of I'Islet, commences at the R.- St. »« „ Flour per Bam, ,200 So — US- CLASSICAL COLLEGES. From 1854 down to the pre- sent day, there has not, been less than $1,500,000 paid out of the public Treasury, to open roads ihrough the forests of the Province. Lawrence, at Port-Joli,in the Seigniory of Pop Tt!! '"' passes on the division line between the To vnshins of Pn.f ! Farmers and Mechanics may live very cheaply in the Province of Subjoined is a list of prices of the principal articles of food, Ac. Ld upon goods im- ported into the country, and an excise tax on spirits and to- bacco manufactured in the Dominion. Francis, Richmond., 13 14 10 Three-Rivers Morrin Col. Michel College i 5 Laval College Rigaud College *••■•*■■» 6 1 7 8 Ste. Laurent College 2 139 7 80 m^m^ — 120 — LIST OF NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE PRO- VINCE OF QUEBEC. Dy the terms of the Federal constitution, the Dominion Government has the exclusive right to collect the revenue, subject to pay over to each of the Provinces an annual subsidy— that to Quebec amounts toe959,252,which added to the revenue of the Province itself, the principal part of which is derived from the Crown Lands, gave 81,535,836, for the fiscal year 1867-68, and $1,679,1-72!

,500,000 paid out of the public Treasury, to open roads ihrough the forests of the Province. Lawrence, at Port-Joli,in the Seigniory of Pop Tt!! '"' passes on the division line between the To vnshins of Pn.f ! Farmers and Mechanics may live very cheaply in the Province of Subjoined is a list of prices of the principal articles of food, Ac. Ld upon goods im- ported into the country, and an excise tax on spirits and to- bacco manufactured in the Dominion. Francis, Richmond., 13 14 10 Three-Rivers Morrin Col. Michel College i 5 Laval College Rigaud College *••■•*■■» 6 1 7 8 Ste. Laurent College 2 139 7 80 m^m^ — 120 — LIST OF NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE PRO- VINCE OF QUEBEC. Dy the terms of the Federal constitution, the Dominion Government has the exclusive right to collect the revenue, subject to pay over to each of the Provinces an annual subsidy— that to Quebec amounts toe959,252,which added to the revenue of the Province itself, the principal part of which is derived from the Crown Lands, gave 81,535,836, for the fiscal year 1867-68, and

Since the advent of (bnfederation in 1867, the Provin ce of Quebec has determined with new vigor to assist in the creation of new settlements. The Temiacouata Road commences at Riviere rl,- in., * the Townsiphs Of Whi.worth .„d A™argh, and Ihe s^i 'T* miscouata, to the Province Line, "^'b'nory oi le- ELGIN ROAD.

Public opinion, aroused by the boldness and the suc- cess of these enterprises, did not long delay in soliciting the Provincial Government to second ihe efforts of those settlers, by causing roads to b^ opened wherever coloni zation promised success. The Elgin Road, in the County of I'Islet, commences at the R.- St. »« „ Flour per Bam, ,200 So — US- CLASSICAL COLLEGES.

From 1854 down to the pre- sent day, there has not, been less than $1,500,000 paid out of the public Treasury, to open roads ihrough the forests of the Province. Lawrence, at Port-Joli,in the Seigniory of Pop Tt!! '"' passes on the division line between the To vnshins of Pn.f ! Farmers and Mechanics may live very cheaply in the Province of Subjoined is a list of prices of the principal articles of food, Ac.

Ld upon goods im- ported into the country, and an excise tax on spirits and to- bacco manufactured in the Dominion. Francis, Richmond., 13 14 10 Three-Rivers Morrin Col. Michel College i 5 Laval College Rigaud College *••■•*■■» 6 1 7 8 Ste. Laurent College 2 139 7 80 m^m^ — 120 — LIST OF NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE PRO- VINCE OF QUEBEC.

Dy the terms of the Federal constitution, the Dominion Government has the exclusive right to collect the revenue, subject to pay over to each of the Provinces an annual subsidy— that to Quebec amounts toe959,252,which added to the revenue of the Province itself, the principal part of which is derived from the Crown Lands, gave 81,535,836, for the fiscal year 1867-68, and $1,679,1-72!

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Since the advent of (bnfederation in 1867, the Provin ce of Quebec has determined with new vigor to assist in the creation of new settlements. The Temiacouata Road commences at Riviere rl,- in., * the Townsiphs Of Whi.worth .„d A™argh, and Ihe s^i 'T* miscouata, to the Province Line, "^'b'nory oi le- ELGIN ROAD. Public opinion, aroused by the boldness and the suc- cess of these enterprises, did not long delay in soliciting the Provincial Government to second ihe efforts of those settlers, by causing roads to b^ opened wherever coloni zation promised success. The Elgin Road, in the County of I'Islet, commences at the R.- St. »« „ Flour per Bam, ,200 So — US- CLASSICAL COLLEGES. From 1854 down to the pre- sent day, there has not, been less than $1,500,000 paid out of the public Treasury, to open roads ihrough the forests of the Province. Lawrence, at Port-Joli,in the Seigniory of Pop Tt!! '"' passes on the division line between the To vnshins of Pn.f ! Farmers and Mechanics may live very cheaply in the Province of Subjoined is a list of prices of the principal articles of food, Ac. Ld upon goods im- ported into the country, and an excise tax on spirits and to- bacco manufactured in the Dominion. Francis, Richmond., 13 14 10 Three-Rivers Morrin Col. Michel College i 5 Laval College Rigaud College *••■•*■■» 6 1 7 8 Ste. Laurent College 2 139 7 80 m^m^ — 120 — LIST OF NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE PRO- VINCE OF QUEBEC. Dy the terms of the Federal constitution, the Dominion Government has the exclusive right to collect the revenue, subject to pay over to each of the Provinces an annual subsidy— that to Quebec amounts toe959,252,which added to the revenue of the Province itself, the principal part of which is derived from the Crown Lands, gave 81,535,836, for the fiscal year 1867-68, and $1,679,1-72!

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