Canadian Orangemen Renouncing Allegiance to British Rule.
The Orangemen of Canada continue to be greatly incensed at the slight paid to them by the Prince and his advisers, and some of them begin to talk rebellion in consequence. The Lodge of Lambton county met on the 25th of September, and passed a series of resolutions expressive of their grievances. The last resolution was the most significant. It reads as follows:
Resolved, That we do not think it fair or reasonable that we should continue to be bound to support the Imperial Government, which thus loads us with unmerited insult; and that we therefore humbly request the Grand Lodge to revise the Orange Obligation at the earliest opportunity, and strike out those portions which refer to British rule in these Provinces.