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1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: into parties identified as Tory and Reform, and led ultimately to the 1837
2  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and Ketchum won re-election as Reform members for York. Again in 1834 and
3  Early Days in Richmond Hill: such successes at the local level, Reformers remained frustrated in their attempt to bring
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Duncan family. The more radical Reformers increasingly rallied around William Lyon
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: mending them." Meanwhile, she found the new Reform-dominated Legislative Assembly "very radical,
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Mackenzie, two of the more radical Reform members of that Assembly. Mary
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of Mary O'Brien, 1828-1838, Macmillan Reform supporters called an October 7 election
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: two slates, while the meeting's secretary (a Reformer) counted a majority for the Reform
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and politicians of both Tory and Reform persuasion agreed on the necessity of

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