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Isaac Brock: Proclamation

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"Repel the invader": Upper Canada, July 1812

PROCLAMATION 

Province of Upper Canada 

ISSAC BROCK, Esquire, President administering the Government of the 

Province of Upper Canada, and Major-General Commanding His Majesty's 

Forces within the same. 

TO ALL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:...Greeting 

WHEREAS information has been received, that divers persons have recently come into this Province, with a seditious intent to disturb the tranquility thereof, and to endeavour to alienate the minds of His Majesty's Subjects from His Person and Government; I hereby require and enjoin the several persons authorized , to carry into effect a certain Statute, passed in the Forty-fourth year of his Majesty's reign, intituled, "An Act for the better securing this Province against all seditious attempts or designs to disturb the tranquility thereof," to be vigilant in the execution of their duty, and strictly to enquire into the behaviour and conduct of all such persons as may be subject to the provisions of the said Act; and I do also charge and require all of his Majesty's Good and Loyal Subjects within this Province, to be aiding and assisting the said Persons, in the execution of the powers vested in them by the said Act. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Arms, at York, this Twenty-fourth day of 

February, in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and Twelve, and in the Fifty-second of his Majesty's Reign. 

By Command of His Honour, 

ISAAC BROCK, President 

WM. JARVIS, Sec'y