Annexation, Preferential Trade and Reciprocity: An Outline of the Canadian Annexation Movement of 1849-50, With Special Reference to the Questions of Preferential Trade and Reciprocity

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Annexation, Preferential Trade and Reciprocity: An Outline of the Canadian Annexation Movement of 1849-50, With Special Reference to the Questions of Preferential Trade and Reciprocity
Abstract
A detailed description of the annexation movement in Lower Canada in the mid-nineteenth century. The movement was led by Montreal merchants who were most affected by the British decision to adopt a free-trade policy in 1846. The authors provide an in-depth study of the reaction of the Montreal press to the movement.
Place
Toronto, ON and London, England
Publisher
The Musson Book Company
Date
1912
Language
en
Citation
Allin, Cephas D., and George Jones. Annexation, Preferential Trade and Reciprocity: An Outline of the Canadian Annexation Movement of 1849-50, With Special Reference to the Questions of Preferential Trade and Reciprocity. Toronto, ON and London, England: The Musson Book Company, 1912.
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