List of The Public Meetings Held in Lower Canada Between May and November 1837

This is a list of the public meetings held in Lower Canada between May and November 1837, both those held by the Parti patriote as well as those held by the Constitutional Party. On June 15th, Governor Gosford issued a proclamation forbidding public county meetings. The proclamation was ignored. On June 29th, Constitutionals started holding their own county meetings.

Date Event Organization Media
May 7th meeting of Saint-Ours Parti patriote resolutions published on May 11th in La Minerve
May 15th meeting of Saint-Laurent Parti patriote resolutions published on May 18th in La Minerve
May 15th meeting of Saint-Marc Parti patriote resolutions published on May 22nd in La Minerve
May 15th meeting of Québec Parti patriote resolutions published on May 23rd in The Vindicator
June 1 meeting of Saint-Scholastique Parti patriote resolutions published on June 5th in La Minerve
June 1 meeting of Saint-Hyacinthe Parti patriote resolutions published on June 8th in La Minerve
June 4th meeting of Longueuil Parti patriote resolutions published on June 12th in La Minerve
June 4th meeting of Québec Parti patriote resolutions published on June 8th in La Minerve
June 11th meeting of Sainte-Rose Parti patriote resolutions published on June 15th in La Minerve
June 18th meeting of Berthier Parti patriote resolutions published on June 22nd in La Minerve
June 18th meeting of Saint-François-du-Lac Parti patriote resolutions published on June 26th in La Minerve
June 23rd meeting of Saint-Hyacinthe Parti patriote resolutions published on June 29th in La Minerve
June 25th meeting of La Malbaie Parti patriote resolutions published on October 31st in Le Libéral
June 26th meeting of Saint-Thomas Parti patriote resolutions published on July 3rd in Le Canadien
June 28th meeting of Montréal Parti patriote resolutions published on June 30rd in La Minerve
June 29th meeting of Rawdon Constitutional Party resolutions published on July 14th in Le Populaire
July 4th meeting of Stanbidge Parti patriote resolutions published on July 13th in La Minerve
July 6th meeting of Montréal Constitutional Party resolutions published on July 8th in The Montreal Gazette
July 12th meeting of Napierville Parti patriote resolutions published on July 20th in La Minerve
July 16th meeting of Deschambault Parti patriote resolutions published on July 24th in La Minerve
July 24th meeting of Napierville Parti patriote resolutions published on August 1st in The Montreal Gazette
July 25th meeting of Trois-Rivières Constitutional Party resolutions published on July 28 in Le Populaire
July 26th meeting of Yamachiche Parti patriote resolutions published on July 31st in La Minerve
July 29th meeting of l'Assomption Parti patriote resolutions published on August 3rd in La Minerve
July 31st meeting of Québec Constitutional Party resolutions published on August 2nd in L'Ami du peuple
August 4th meeting of Aylmer Constitutional Party resolutions published on August 19th in L'Ami du peuple
August 6th meeting of Yamaska Constitutional Party resolution unique published on August 19th in L'Ami du peuple
August 6th meeting of Saint-Constant Parti patriote resolutions published on August 14th in La Minerve
August 6th meeting of Saint-François-du-Lac on seignorial tenure Parti patriote resolutions published on August 18th in Le Canadien
August 6th meeting of Vaudreuil Parti patriote resolutions published on August 14th in Le Canadien
September 10th gathering of the youth of Saint-Denis Parti patriote resolutions published on September 24th in La Minerve
September 10th meeting of Napierville Parti patriote resolutions published on September 21st in La Minerve
September 10th meeting of Saint-Ignace Parti patriote resolutions published on September 21st in La Minerve
September 16th meeting of Milton Constitutional Party resolutions published on November 29 in Le Populaire
September 16th gathering of the women of Saint-Antoine Parti patriote an account of the country lunch published on September 21 in La Minerve
October 1st Meeting of the permanent committee of Deux-Montagnes Parti patriote resolutions of the 8th sitting published on October 9th in La Minerve
October 13th meeting of Clarenceville Constitutional Party an account of the resolutions published on November 11th in The Montreal Gazette
October 15th meeting of Saint-Polycarpe Parti patriote resolutions published on October 19th in La Minerve
October 23rd Grand meeting of Montreal at Place d'Armes Constitutional Party report, resolutions and addresses published on October 24th and 28th in The Montreal Gazette
October 23-24th Grand Meeting of the Confederation of the Six Counties in Saint-Charles Parti patriote report, resolutions and addresses published on October 30th and November 2nd in La Minerve
November 5th meeting of Saint-Athanase Parti patriote resolutions published on November 9th in La Minerve
November 13th meeting of Abbotsford Constitutional Party resolutions published on November 21st in The Montreal Gazette
November 20th meeting of Sherbrooke Constitutional Party resolutions published November 2nd in The Montreal Gazette
November 23rd meeting of Granby Constitutional Party resolutions published on December 4th in The Morning Courier

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