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The idea of loyalty in Upper Canada, 1784-1850

by Mills, David

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Published by McGill-McQueen"s University Press in Kingston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario
    • Subjects:
    • Allegiance -- Ontario -- History,
    • Ontario -- Politics and government

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-232).

      StatementDavid Mills.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1058 .M657 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 238 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages238
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1791589M
      ISBN 100773506608
      LC Control Number89189030

      “For Canada's Sake: The Re-visioning of Canada and the Re-structuring of Public Religion in the s” (Ph.D. diss., Queen's University, ), 27; but see also the book from this dissertation, For Canada's Sake: Public Religion, Centennial Celebrations, and the Re-making of Canada in the s (Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press Cited by: The Capacity To Judge: Public Opinion and Deliberative Democracy in Upper Canada, Jeffrey L. McNairn By the mid-nineteenth-century, 'public opinion' emerged as a new form of authority in Upper Canada.

      Winter HISTORY G YOURS TO DISCOVER: A HISTORY OF ONTARIO Instructor: Professor Keith Fleming Office: Topic #2: Essay, book review, and primary source presentation and report instructional session The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, (McGill-Queen’s University Press, ), pp Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South. By Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, xx + .

      The Idea of Liberty in Canada during the Age of Atlantic Revolutions, Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada,   Mills, David, The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, – (Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, ), 71 – Quoted by Simpson, Donald George, Under the North Star: Black Communities in Upper Canada Before Confederation () (Trenton, NJ: African World Press, ), Cited by: 1.


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The idea of loyalty in Upper Canada, 1784-1850 by Mills, David Download PDF EPUB FB2

Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, Book Description: Tory loyalty, in addition to demanding unquestioning adherence to the imperial connection, was exclusive. It was used both to distinguish Loyalists from the American late-comers and to differentiate supporters of the political status quo from opponents of the administration.

Loyalty evolved as the central political idea in Upper Canada during the first half of the nineteenth century. It formed the basis of political legitimacy and acceptance into provincial society.

David Mills examines the evolution and development of the concept of loyalty, placing special emphasis on the contribution of moderate reformers.

The idea of loyalty in Upper Canada, [David Mills] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: Loyalty evolved as the central political idea in Upper Canada during the first half of the nineteenth century. It formed the basis of political legitimacy and acceptance into provincial society.

The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, (Book): Mills, David: Tory loyalty, in addition to demanding unquestioning adherence to the imperial connection, was exclusive. It was used both to distinguish Loyalists from the American late-comers and to differentiate supporters of the political status quo from opponents of the administration.

The American invasions of Upper Canada in reinforced this new "loyalty" by damning Americans and republicanism. During the s and '30s, even moderate conservatives attacked the exclusivist Tory loyalty.

The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, Mills, David: Books - or: David Mills. The item The idea of loyalty in Upper Canada,David Mills. --represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in.

Loyalty: An Essay on the Morality of Relationships. Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, Siebel Loyalty Management. Building Customer Loyalty: 21 Essential Elements in ActionThe Pledge of Allegiance. The Family Compact is the term used by historians for a small closed group of men who exercised most of the political, economic and judicial power in Upper Canada (modern Ontario) from the s to the was the Upper Canadian equivalent of the Château Clique in Lower was noted for its conservatism and opposition to democracy.

The term Family Location: York, Upper Canada. The Christian Guardian was a Wesleyan Methodist journal founded in Upper Canada in The first editor was Egerton ceased publication in when the Methodist Church of Canada merged with the Presbyterians and Congregationalists to form the United Church of Canada, and merged their journals to create The New Outlook, later renamed the United Founder: Egerton Ryerson.

Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP. ISBN. Retrieved Russell, Ken (). "About The Observer". United Church Observer. Retrieved Valverde, Mariana (). The Age of Light, Soap, and Water: Moral Reform in English Canada, – University of Toronto Press.

ISBN. Retrieved. Lewis, Stephen Wayne. “Nathan Bangs and the impact of theological controversy on the development of early nineteenth century American Methodist thought.” Ph.D.

Diss. Louis U., Mills, David. The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, Queen’s-McGill UP, Aileen Dunham, Political Unrest in Upper Canada, – (Toronto, The Carleton Library,first published in ), pp.

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Lanctot, Gustav Canada and the American Revolution - Lawrence, Alexander A Storm Over Savanah Ligotti, Gene Dark Eagle MacCrimmon, Hugh R. Animals, Man, and Change Magee, Joan Loyalist Mosaic (A multiethnic Heritage) Matthews, Hazel C.

The Mark of Honour Mills, David The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada - Moore, Christopher. The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, by David Mills really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published — 3 editions. A brief review of the settlement of Upper Canada by the U.E. loyalists and Scotch Highlanders, in ; and of the grievances which compelled the Canadas to have recourse to arms in defence of their rights and liberties, in and together.

^ David Mills, Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, –, ISBN ^ Errington, Jane (). The Lion, the Eagle, and Upper Canada: A developing colonial ideology. The result was the formation of a conservative consensus which dominated Upper Canada, whose conservatism lay in a new definition of loyalty.

The Family Compact is the term used by historians for a small closed group of men who exercised most of the political, economic and judicial power in Upper Canada (modern Ontario) from the s to the was the Upper Canadian equivalent of the Château Clique in Lower was noted for its conservatism and opposition to democracy.

The term Family. G. [S.] French, Pat-sons & politics: the rôle of the Wesleyan Methodists in Upper Canada and the Maritimes from to (Toronto, ). Methodist Church (Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda), London Conference, Minutes, 78– David Mills, The idea of loyalty in Upper Canada, – (Montreal and Kingston.As part of the funding agreement between the Dictionary of Canadian Biography and the Canadian Museum of History, we invite readers to take part in a short survey.

The idea of loyalty in Upper Canada, – (Kingston and Montreal ). 38 [John Strachan], The John Strachan letter book: –, ed.

G.W. Spragge (Toronto ).Regional Leadership in Upper Canada, The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada [] [] Review of David Mills’s book, The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada History and Communications: Afterword [] [] Typed draft of the Afterword for Patterson’s book.

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