Emigration

Full Title: Emigration: Return To An Address Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 26 February 1836, For, No. 1. Copies Or Extracts Of Any Correspondence Between The Secretary Of State And The Governors Of The British Colonies, Respecting Emigration, Not Already Presented To This House; No. 2. Return Of The Number Of Persons Who Have Emigrated From Great Britain And Ireland, To The British Colonies, And To The United States Of America, During The Year 1835, Distinguishing The Ports From Which They Have Sailed, And The Countries To Which Emigration Took Place; No. 3. Return Of The Number Of Agricultural Labourers Who, With Their Families, Have Emigrated To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land, Specifying The Number Of Persons In Each Family, And The Amount Of Assistance Granted; No. 4. Return Of The Number Of Young Unmarried Females Who Have Been Assisted By Government To Emigrate To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land
Author/Editor(s): Great Britain
ISBN: 0659034506, 9780659034502
Publisher: s.n.
Published Place: London
Published/Copyright Year: 1836
Language: English
Series: CIHM/ICMH Digital Series = CIHM/ICMH Collection Numâerisâee ( Volume no. 9_03450 )
Parliamentary Papers / Great Britain. Parliament (1835-1837). House Of Commons ( Volume 76, 1836 )
Categories:
Canada > Emigration And Immigration
Great Britain > Emigration And Immigration


Notes:
Title from title screen.
Cover title: Papers relating to emigration (in continuation of papers no. 696, sess. 1833; no. 616, sess. 1834; and no. 87, sess. 1835)
Running title: Correspondence respecting emigration.
"Downing-street, 29 February 1836. G. Grey."
"Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 4 March 1836."
Original issued in series: [Parliamentary papers / Great Britain. Parliament (1835-1837). House of Commons] ; 76, 1836.

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Form: Nonfiction
Dewey Decimal: 325.241

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APA Style:
Great Britain (1836). Emigration: Return To An Address Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 26 February 1836, For, No. 1. Copies Or Extracts Of Any Correspondence Between The Secretary Of State And The Governors Of The British Colonies, Respecting Emigration, Not Already Presented To This House; No. 2. Return Of The Number Of Persons Who Have Emigrated From Great Britain And Ireland, To The British Colonies, And To The United States Of America, During The Year 1835, Distinguishing The Ports From Which They Have Sailed, And The Countries To Which Emigration Took Place; No. 3. Return Of The Number Of Agricultural Labourers Who, With Their Families, Have Emigrated To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land, Specifying The Number Of Persons In Each Family, And The Amount Of Assistance Granted; No. 4. Return Of The Number Of Young Unmarried Females Who Have Been Assisted By Government To Emigrate To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land. London: s.n..

MLA Style:
Great Britain. Emigration: Return To An Address Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 26 February 1836, For, No. 1. Copies Or Extracts Of Any Correspondence Between The Secretary Of State And The Governors Of The British Colonies, Respecting Emigration, Not Already Presented To This House; No. 2. Return Of The Number Of Persons Who Have Emigrated From Great Britain And Ireland, To The British Colonies, And To The United States Of America, During The Year 1835, Distinguishing The Ports From Which They Have Sailed, And The Countries To Which Emigration Took Place; No. 3. Return Of The Number Of Agricultural Labourers Who, With Their Families, Have Emigrated To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land, Specifying The Number Of Persons In Each Family, And The Amount Of Assistance Granted; No. 4. Return Of The Number Of Young Unmarried Females Who Have Been Assisted By Government To Emigrate To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land. London: s.n., 1836. Print.

Chicago Style:
Great Britain. Emigration: Return To An Address Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 26 February 1836, For, No. 1. Copies Or Extracts Of Any Correspondence Between The Secretary Of State And The Governors Of The British Colonies, Respecting Emigration, Not Already Presented To This House; No. 2. Return Of The Number Of Persons Who Have Emigrated From Great Britain And Ireland, To The British Colonies, And To The United States Of America, During The Year 1835, Distinguishing The Ports From Which They Have Sailed, And The Countries To Which Emigration Took Place; No. 3. Return Of The Number Of Agricultural Labourers Who, With Their Families, Have Emigrated To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land, Specifying The Number Of Persons In Each Family, And The Amount Of Assistance Granted; No. 4. Return Of The Number Of Young Unmarried Females Who Have Been Assisted By Government To Emigrate To New South Wales And Van Diemen's Land. London: s.n., 1836.