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  • Ladies Aid Society
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2     Letter to the Editor
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2   Letter to the Editor
  • To the Editor of the Newmarket Era
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2     Letter to the Editor
    Newspaper  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 24 Jan 1862, p. 2   Letter to the Editor
  • What Every Body Says
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Aug 1862, p. 2     The Richmond Hill Herald, in speaking of the various journals opposed to the return of Mr. Gamble, says: "One Accuses him of being too proud and aristocratic; while another, on the contrary assures us he is quite a democrat; he is condemned by one party for being poor, and by ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Aug 1862, p. 2   The Richmond Hill Herald, in speaking of the various journals opposed to the return of Mr. Gamble, says: "One Accuses him of being too proud and aristocratic; while another, on ...
  • The Bradford Logician
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Aug 1862, p. 2     "Mr. McMaster does not condemn the present Administration. Ergo! He intends to support it, if they promise at some future time they will do justice to Upper Canada on the representation question." So writes the South Simcoe Times: and it is the burden of its song. He could find no ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 22 Aug 1862, p. 2   "Mr. McMaster does not condemn the present Administration. Ergo! He intends to support it, if they promise at some future time they will do justice to Upper Canada on the ...
  • Public Meeting at Pefferlaw
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 5 Sep 1862, p. 2     Georgina doing her duty! A large meeting of the intelligent electors of Georgina. The chair in a few complimentary remarks called upon Mr. McMaster to address those present....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 5 Sep 1862, p. 2   Georgina doing her duty! A large meeting of the intelligent electors of Georgina. The chair in a few complimentary remarks called upon Mr. McMaster to address those present....
  • Another Week Gone!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 5 Sep 1862, p. 2     Another week nearer the day of election, but as yet Mr. Gamble has failed to make a declaration of principles....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 5 Sep 1862, p. 2   Another week nearer the day of election, but as yet Mr. Gamble has failed to make a declaration of principles....
  • Gamble and REtrenchment
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 19 Sep 1862, p. 2     No wonder Mr. Gamble has so much to say about the present Governement: useless drones, like him, who fance the blood coursing their veins more pure than that of the great mass of the people....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 19 Sep 1862, p. 2   No wonder Mr. Gamble has so much to say about the present Governement: useless drones, like him, who fance the blood coursing their veins more pure than that of the ...
  • Gamble's Inconsistency
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 19 Sep 1862, p. 2     Even the address put forth by Mr. Gamble without referring to his parliamentary votes when a member of the Legislature, furnishes abundant evidence of his inconsistency....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 19 Sep 1862, p. 2   Even the address put forth by Mr. Gamble without referring to his parliamentary votes when a member of the Legislature, furnishes abundant evidence of his inconsistency....
  • Public Meeting at Lemonville!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 26 Sep 1862, p. 2     Unanimous vote for McMaster....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 26 Sep 1862, p. 2   Unanimous vote for McMaster....
  • To the Electors of South Simoce
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 26 Sep 1862, p. 2     Mr. Ferguson has appended a note to the placard announcing Mr. Gamble's meetings. Why he should take such an interest in the Pine Grove gentleman and trot him out before the electers of South Simcoe - especially, after the declarations of the leaders of the late Administration in favor of ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 26 Sep 1862, p. 2   Mr. Ferguson has appended a note to the placard announcing Mr. Gamble's meetings. Why he should take such an interest in the Pine Grove gentleman and trot him out before ...
  • Spending Money Without Authority!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 26 Sep 1862, p. 2     During the reign of Coalition misrule and jobbery, it was their fashion to spend large sums of the people's money, without the authority of Parliament. The late Mr. Mackenzie moved a resolution censuring the Government for such a course. Yeas, 25; Nays 54, and among the latter is the name ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 26 Sep 1862, p. 2   During the reign of Coalition misrule and jobbery, it was their fashion to spend large sums of the people's money, without the authority of Parliament. The late Mr. Mackenzie moved ...
  • Truth is Mighty. Gamble's Meeting at Aurora!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2     The Tables Turned! North York Atmosphere Different from Simcoe! Mr. Gamble held a meeting at Lloydtown , and another at Aurora the same day in the evening....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2   The Tables Turned! North York Atmosphere Different from Simcoe! Mr. Gamble held a meeting at Lloydtown , and another at Aurora the same day in the evening....
  • Coalition Plundering!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2     Gamble has become the apologist of Cartier-Macdonald & Co. At the public meeting in Newmarket, he sustained all their acts and became their defender, in every scheme of plunder and fraud....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2   Gamble has become the apologist of Cartier-Macdonald & Co. At the public meeting in Newmarket, he sustained all their acts and became their defender, in every scheme of plunder and ...
  • Shocking Accident
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2     Mr. Hiram Willson, farmer, of North Gwillimbury Township met with a suddena and untimely death while assisting at attending a threshing machine in the barn of Mr. Noah Gager, of North Gwillimbury....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2   Mr. Hiram Willson, farmer, of North Gwillimbury Township met with a suddena and untimely death while assisting at attending a threshing machine in the barn of Mr. Noah Gager, of ...
  • Retributive Justice!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2     In view of the cool impudence and effrontery practiced by Dr. Scholfield of Bond Head on the day of the nomination, and also on the occasion of the gathering in his own village some 3 weeks ago, we feel called upon to give him a passing notice....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Oct 1862, p. 2   In view of the cool impudence and effrontery practiced by Dr. Scholfield of Bond Head on the day of the nomination, and also on the occasion of the gathering in ...
  • Another New Store
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 10 Oct 1862, p. 3     Adertisement
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 10 Oct 1862, p. 3   Adertisement
  • Newmarket Mechanics' Institute!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 10 Oct 1862, p. 2     Entire New Stock. Wm. Trent announces Entire New Stock of Goods!. He has leased the North Store in the Boultbee Block on Main St., Newmarket. (Advertisement)...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 10 Oct 1862, p. 2   Entire New Stock. Wm. Trent announces Entire New Stock of Goods!. He has leased the North Store in the Boultbee Block on Main St., Newmarket. (Advertisement)...
  • Reflections on the Rusult!
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 10 Oct 1862, p. 2     The Election through which we have just now passed is fraught with so many circumstances of a peculiar nature, that it is well worth our while, now that the strife is over, to calmly wiegh and consider the conditions attached to the struggle, in order that we may clearly appreciate ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 10 Oct 1862, p. 2   The Election through which we have just now passed is fraught with so many circumstances of a peculiar nature, that it is well worth our while, now that the strife ...
  • New Militia Order
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1862, p. 2     Class A and B of the volunteer force are to be called out for drill twelve days, and for which they will receive the pay fixed by statute. A company is now about being formed in Newmarket. The Mechanic's Hall will furnish a first-rate place to drill in this winter, ...
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1862, p. 2   Class A and B of the volunteer force are to be called out for drill twelve days, and for which they will receive the pay fixed by statute. A company ...
  • Another Victim of Intemperance
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1862, p. 2     An inquest was held near King Station by Dr. Geikie of Aurora, Coroner on the body of Mary Fox, found dead in bed....
    NewspaperText  Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1862, p. 2   An inquest was held near King Station by Dr. Geikie of Aurora, Coroner on the body of Mary Fox, found dead in bed....
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