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Gamble Backs up a Violation of the Constitution
Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 15 Aug 1862, p. 2

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15 Aug 1862
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Gamble, John W.
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.05011 Longitude: -79.46631
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In Paril, 1856, Mr. J.C. Morrison was appointed a member of the Executive, and a sworn adviser of his Excellency; but because he was not attached to any special department, the Government pretended that it was unnecessary to go back to his constituents for re-election. A resolution put forward by Mr. Brown seconded by Hon. John S. Macdonald was voted out by 61 to 45. Among those who voted to sustain the coalition in this and every other unconstitutional act, was John W. Gamble.

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Gamble Backs up a Violation of the Constitution