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" Britannic majesty, without any other condition than the protection of private property ; and wishing to give an early proof of the moderation and justice of his majesty's, government, I do hereby announce to all the inhabitants of the said territory,... "
A Full and Correct Account of the Military Occurrences of the Late War ... - Page 368
by William James - 1818 - 582 pages
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A Legacy of Historical Gleanings, Volume 1

1875
...Brock, Esq., Major General commanding his Majesty's forces in the Province of Upper Canada, &c., &c. Whereas the Territory of Michigan was this day by...give an early proof of the moderation and justice of the government, I do hereby announce to all the inhabitants of the said Territory, that the laws heretofore...
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A Legacy of Historical Gleanings, Volume 1

1875
...Brock, Esq., Major General commanding his Majesty's forces in the Province of Upper Canada, &c., &c. Whereas the Territory of Michigan was this day by...give an early proof of the moderation and justice of the government, I do hereby announce to all the inhabitants of the said Territory, that the laws heretofore...
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Outlines of the Political History of Michigan

James Valentine Campbell - 1876 - 606 pages
...proclamation, dated on the day of the surrender, in which he declared that the Territory of Michigan had been ceded to the arms of His Britannic Majesty, " without...condition than the protection of private property'' He therefore declares that, " wishing to give an early proof of the moderation and justice of the government,"...
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Pioneer Collections, Volume 8

1886
...said Proclamation, among other things, announces to all the Inhabitants of the said Territory that " wishing to give an early proof of the moderation and justice of the British Government, the American laws heretofore in existence shall continue in force, until His...
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Outlines of the Political History of Michigan

James Valentine Campbell - 1876 - 606 pages
..."without any ptJier condition than the protection of private property" He therefore declares that, " wishing to give an early proof of the moderation and justice of the government," he announces that the laws in force shall continue until the King's pleasure shall...
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The Loyalists of America and Their Times: from 1620 to 1816, Volume 1

Egerton Ryerson - 1880
...taking Detroit, addressed to the inhabitants of the Michigan territory the following Proclamation : " Whereas the territory of Michigan was this day, by...the inhabitants of the said territory, that the laws heretofore in existence shall continue in force until his Majesty's pleasure be known, and so long...
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The Loyalists of America and Their Times: from 1620 to 1816, Volume 2

Egerton Ryerson - 1880
...territory of Michigan was this day, by capitulatioa, ceded to the arras of his Britannic Majesty, Tvithout any other condition than the protection of private...an early proof of the moderation and justice of his Majestys government, I do hereby announce to all the inhabitants of the said territory, that the laws...
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The Semi-centennial of the Admission of the State of Michigan Into the Union ...

Michigan. Commission for the Semi-Centennial Celebration - 1886 - 524 pages
...departure for Canada, Brock issued a proclamation declaring that the territory of Michigan had been ceded to the arms of His Britannic Majesty, without...condition than the protection of private property. Proctor succeeded Brock in command, who, on August 21, by proclamation, organized a civil government....
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Pioneer Collections: Report of the Pioneer Society of the State of ..., Volume 7

1886
...Esq., major-general commanding his Majesty's forces in the Province of Upper Canada, etc., etc., etc. : WHEREAS : The Territory of Michigan was this day, by capitulation, ceded to the arms of His Britannick Majesty without any other condition than the protection of private property, and wishing...
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Historical Collections

1886
...major-general commanding his Majesty's forces in the Province of Upper Canada, etc., etc., etc.: WHEKEAS: The Territory of Michigan was this day, by capitulation, ceded to the arms of His Britannick Majesty without any other condition than the protection of private property, and wishing...
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