1) Newspaper published at New York.
   Index: Mc Published by William Lyon Mackenzie, 470.
   2) Newspaper published at Toronto.
   Index: Sy Advocates responsible government, 107; supports union of provinces as leading thereto, 212; on Clergy Reserves question, 247. E Chief organ of the Clear Grits,--owned by James Lesslie, 110. BL Established by Hincks, July 3, 1838, 58; in the interests of responsible government, 58; excites interest in Oxford County, 69; Hincks explains his political position in, 104; on Hincks, 179-180; Macdougall contributes to, 341. Mc Of Toronto, newspaper, published by Sir Francis Hincks, 483; on the riots, 483; its estimate of Mackenzie, 484, 485.

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