A return of the names of persons imprisoned in Lower Canada, charged with Treason, or offences of a treasonable nature, since the 1st day of November 1837; their trade or profession, the day of the commencement of their imprisonment, the date of their discharge, the amount of bail or personal security demanded and give, and if tried by what tribunal tried, and the sentence passed upon them, and if sentence of Death passed whether executed or commuted, and if commuted the commutation of punishment.
The following information has been transcribed from a booklet, owned by the Webmaster, it has been transcribed in full by me, verbatim. I have proof read several times, but as always I would be happy to accept any reasonable requests to re-check my transcribing. No other information is given, I have 'drained it dry'.
Colonial Office, Downing Street, 11th June & 5th August 1839 - H. LABOUCHERE.
Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed 15th April 1840
COLUMN OMITTED - Result of the Trial - No information at all is given.
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|SURNAME||GIVEN NAME||QUALITY OR STATION||DATE OF ARREST||DATE OF DISCHARGE||WHETHER TRIED BY COURT MARTIAL OR CIVIL COURT||REMARKS, FINAL SENTENCES ETC.|
|HOUDE||Celestin||Yeoman||27th November 1838||6th December 1839||Not tried||This individual was committed on a charge of|
|treasonable practices; and, during the|
|suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, was|
|admitted to bail by Mr. Justice VALLIERES DE ST. REAL,|
|the resident judge, without any warrant or authority|
|from his Excellency the Governor General|
|BARTHE||Joseph||Student in law||2nd January 1839||16th April 1839||Not tried||Admitted to bail in 200/- for appearance at the next|
|Guillaume||court King's bench for the district, or at any previous|
|court of Oyer and Terminer appointed to be holden.|