Rebellions began on Nov 23, 1837 (Article 15, #16 in chronological order)


Article 24 Legislative Council in Conflict With Assembly



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Article 24

Legislative Council in Conflict With Assembly

October 1836

The Legislative Council, that unelected group close to the Governor once again is in conflict with the elected assembly. Often accused of having too much say over spending, controlling clergy reserves and land grants and government workers is using their power to benefit themselves. This group, who does not have to follow the wishes of the elected assembly . . .


Article 27

Family Compact Plays Favorites

July 12, 1837

Sir Francis Bond Head continues to play favorites and selected members of his inner circle to sit in the Executive and Legislative Council. These men who share similar thoughts and interests can never be expected to do anything that would threaten their power. . . .





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