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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: History of the recent insurrection in the Canadas. Washington, D.C., (OCoLC) "History of the Recent Insurrection in the Canadas - Part First", in The United States Democratic Review, Volume 4, Issue 3, March–Junepp.
73–87 "History of the Recent Insurrection in the Canadas - Part Second", in The United States Democratic Review, Volume 4, Issue 3, March–Junepp. 87– Originally published as "Histoire de la résistance du Canada au gouvernement anglais", in La revue du progrès politique, social et littéraire, Paris, MayHistory of the recent insurrection in the Canadas book text was re-edited as "Histoire de l'insurrection du Canada en réfutation du rapport de Lord Durham" in Ludger Duvernay's La Revue canadienne, in June Duvernay was in exile in Vermont at.
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