lieutenant-governor. There were no towns in the province, and only two villages, Newark and Kingston. As governor, Simcoe liked ceremony, but in private he lived simply. His house at Newark, Navy Hall, was a small wooden building, which had been intended originally for a storehouse.
The First In September, 1792, Parliament. the first parliament
of Upper Canada met at Newark, now Niagara. It was harvest-time, and not all of the sixteen