Returns from railway companies: No. 1 - Champlain and St. Lawrence Railway Company, for the years 1854, and 1855. No. 2 - Cobourg and Peterborough Railway Company, to 1st March, 1856. No. 3 - Ontario, Simcoe, and Huron Railway Company, for the year 1855. No. 4 - St. Lawrence and Industry Railway Company, for the year 1855
Statements, reports and accounts of the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada : laid before the Legislative Assembly, Thursday the 23d April, 1857. by order of his excellency the Governor General, W. Cayley, Inspector General
Toronto and Sarnia Railroad. Copies of contracts entered into by Gzowski and Company for the construction of the Toronto and Sarnia Railroad, and of the report of an engineer upon the condition of the works, &c.
Report of the select committee to whom was referred the investigation into the affairs and position of the Woodstock and Lake Erie Railway and Harbor Company, especially with reference to certain alleged bribes given to certain of the late directors by certain of the present directors of the said company, to the great loss and injury of the municipalities interested in the said railway, beg leave to report
Return to an address from the Legislative Assembly to his excellency the Governor General, dated the 2nd June, praying his excellency to cause to be laid before the House "copies of all reports and amended reports made by F. W. Cumberland, Esquire, as Chief Engineer of the Ontario, Simcoe, and Huron Railroad Union Company, on the amounts due to the contractors for the said road
Returns from railway companies : No. 1 - Ontario, Simcoe, and Huron Railway Company, for the years 1857. No. 2 - Welland Railway Company, to 28th February, 1858. No. 3 - Montreal and Champlain Railway Company, for the year 1857. No. 4 - Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, for the year 1857
Return to an address from the Legislative Assembly, dated 31st August last, praying that his excellency, the Governor General, would be pleased to lay before the House, a copy or copies of any agreement, or agreements, entered into by the Quebec and Richmond Railway Company, with William Jackson, Esquire, M. P., and others, from the completion of the said railway, also for a copy of any correspondence between the Government of the province, or any member thereof, with the said William Jackson, Esquire, and others, in regard to the Trunk Railroad through this province
Message. Edmund Head, the Governor General transmits, for the information of the Honorable the Legislative assembly, copies of despatches from Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, and other documents relating to the Intercolonial Railway
Returns from railway companies. No. 1 - Northern Railway of Canada, for the year 1858. No. 2 - Montreal and Champlain Railroad, for the year 1858. No. 3 - Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, for the year 1858. No. 4 - St. Lawrence and Village of Industrie railway, for the year of 1857
Return to an address of the Legislative Assembly, dated 2nd April, 1861, for copies of correspondence had since 1st January, 1860, between the Provincial Government and the Grand Trunk Railway Company, or any of its creditors, concerning the affairs of the company
Return to an address of the honorable the Legislative assembly, dated 7th September, 1863, for copies of correspondence and papers relative to certain bonds of Grand Trunk Railway Company detained by government
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th November, 1867; for copies of reports, correspondence and other papers relating to the Intercolonial Railway since the conference at Quebec on the subject of the union of the provinces
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 22nd November, 1867; for correspondence between the Government of Canada and the Principal Secretary of State for the colonies upon the subject of the terminus of the railway connecting Quebec and Halifax
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1868; for names of engineers appointed in connection with the Intercolonial Railway, and instructions issued with regard to survey of route, or other matters, to such engineers
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 26th March, 1868; for copies of any offer which may have been made to the Government in relation to the building of the Intercolonial Railroad; and also, copies of all communications to or from the Government relating to said offer
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1868; for copies of all orders in council and correspondence regarding the Intercolonial Railway and the Imperial Guarantee act, since the 1st day of July, 1867; also, copies of all correspondence held with the imperial government, any of the local governments, and with officials or other individuals regarding the location and construction of the sail railway; and copies of all documents having reference to the same
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd May, 1869; for copies of tenders received for construction of the Intercolonial Railway, with schedules of prices attached; the names of sureties, and copies of contracts, and all correspondence between the Government and the Railway Commissioners, concerning such contracts
Return to an address of the House of Commons, of the 19th ultimo, calling for copies of all correspondence relative to the surveys of the several proposed routes for the Intercolonial Railway, with copies of all documents relating to the same; also copies of all Orders in Council relative to the same since the last Return.
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13rd May, 1869; for a statement shewing the names of the engineers, assistant engineers, and others employed on the Intercolonial Railway, the date of their appointments, the section on which they are employed, their salaries, and the province they resided in at the period of their appointment
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th April, 1869; for a detailed statement of all costs and charges connected with the survey and management of the Intercolonial Railway, since the 1st April, 1868
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd February, 1870, for copies of all orders in council and of all correspondence between the imperial and Canadian governments, touching the Intercolonial Railway Loan and the application of the proceeds thereof
Return to an address from the House of Commons, dated 28rd February, 1870, calling for a "statement shewing the names of the contractors on the Intercolonial Railway who have thrown up their contracts, together with the names of their sureties, the length of the road, the nature and description of the work to be done, and the price agreed to be paid on each contract so thrown up, the work done by each of them respectively and the amount paid to each: the contracts resumed by the commissioners, and the amount paid to them by the sureties in order that they might be released from their warranty, and by what sureties paid: shewing, also, whether any of the work so resumed by the commissioners has been again given out by contract, and if so when, to whom, and at what price: also, shewing who are the sureties, where they reside, and the nature of their occupation."
Report of the commissioners of the Intercolonial Railway. The commissioners appointed to construct the Intercolonial Railway, have the honor to submit a statement of the progress of the works under their charge since the date of their former report, 15th March, 1870
Return to an address from the Legislative Assembly to His Excellency the Governor General, dated the 9th instant praying His Excellency to cause to be laid before the House "A List of names of the 'Skilled Engineers' appointed by the authority of the Act of last session, cap. 174, sec. 4, intituled, "An Act granting additional aid, by way of loan, to the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada;" with a copy of the instructions given to such engineers and the date of their appointment with the report of such engineers, if there by any."
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th April, 1872; - for a return of all correspondence between the government and the Windsor and Annapolis Railway Company, including any memorials or protests addressed to the government by the company, and of any agreements made between the government and the company relative to the use by the company of the government railway between Windsor and Halifax, or their enjoyment of running power over the said road
Return. Dufferin. The Governor General communicates to the House of Commons copy of a charter granted by him to a body of Canadian capitalists, for the construction of the Pacific railway, together with the papers and correspondence relating to that subject