Table of contents for After the rebellion : the later years of William Lyon Mackenzie / Lillian F. Gates.

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I. Navy Island and Hickory Island                    12
II. Mackenzie's Gazette and the Patriot War           35
III. The Battle of the Windmill                       47
IV. The Months of Imprisonment                         61
V. The Failure of the Gazette                         73
VI. The Union and the Volunteer                        85
VII. The Return to the Metropolis                     100
VIII. The Lives of Butler and Hoyt and The
Life of Van Buren                                115
IX. The Constitution of New York State                129
X. Greeley, O'Rielly, and the Papers of
President Monroe                                 142
XI. The Amnesty and the Annexation Crisis             151
XII. The Return Home                                  168
XIII. The Member for Haldimand                         180
XIV. Clear Grits and Ministerialists                   196
XV. The Election of 1854                              222
XVI. Reform and Disillusionment                        236
XVII. "Rep. by Pop" or Repeal of the Union?             254
XVIII. The Session of 1857:
Squatters' Grievances and Railway Finances       276
XIX. Re-Election and Retirement                        290
XX. Federalism, Independence, or Annexation?          305
XXI. Retrospect                                        321

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mackenzie, William Lyon, 1795-1861, Politicians Canada Biography, United States Politics and government 1845-1861, Canada Politics and government 1841-1867