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As authorized by imperial statute and ordered by Glenelg, Colborne announced the creation of a special council to help administer the colony. He appointed twenty-two men, most with impeccable conservative credentials, to it. Of those, eleven were Canadiens. Among its English members were William Christie, the despised seigneur of De Lery, and seventy-one-year-old Samuel Gerrard, who represented the interests of Edward Ellice, seigneur of Beauharnois in Lower Canada. Glenelg's conciliatory policy became easier to impose as English opinion moderated in the province.

Once his words were read, dozens shouted, 'Down with the letter,' 72 sang the 'Marseillaise/ and walked out of church. Gosford, although weakened by attacks of gout and conscious that his famed conciliatory skills had failed him, still attempted appeasement by appointing more Canadiens than English to his Legislative Council. The moderate Quebec Gazette, reporting this, compared the atmosphere in the province with that in Upper Canada, which only needed one company of British regulars to keep the peace.

Chasseurs in the parishes understood that the overthrow of the British was set for October. As men steeled themselves for revolt and news of Durham's resignation filtered southward, Nelson decided to delay. Some habitants' rebellious ardour cooled as they thought about the onset of winter, and Nelson's messengers raced throughout the countryside attempting to restore morale. When peaceful words proved ineffective, threats were used. Malhiot, for example, warned Bechard that his buildings would be burned if he did not lead his recruits to battle.

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