The Bathurst District was a historic district in Upper Canada which existed until 1849. It was created in 1822 from the Johnstown District and contained Carleton County. The district town was Perth.
together with such Islands in the Ottawa River as are wholly or in greater part opposite thereto
together with all the unsurveyed lands within the District of Bathurst, and such Islands in the Ottawa River as are wholly or in greater part opposite to the said townships and unsurveyed land
|Transferred from||Dalhousie District||Bathurst District|
By 1845, all lands in the District had been surveyed into the following townships:
- Armstrong, Frederick Henry (1985). Handbook of Upper Canadian Chronology. Toronto: Dundurn Press. ISBN 978-0-919670-92-1. OCLC 12966852.
- the two counties were united for electoral purposes
- the counties still remained united for electoral purposes, known as the County of Lanark
- Preamble, An Act to provide for the establishment of Courts in the District of Bathurst, and for other purposes therein mentioned, S.U.C. 1823, c. 2
- An Act to divide the County of Carleton, in the District of Bathurst, S.U.C. 1824, c. 5
- An Act to erect certain townships now forming parts of the Districts of Bathurst, Johnstown and Ottawa, into a separate District, to be called the District of Dalhousie, and for other purposes therein mentioned, S.U.C. 1838, c. 25
- An Act for better defining the limits of the Counties and Districts in Upper Canada, for erecting certain new Townships, for detaching Townships from some Counties and attaching them to others, and for other purposes relative to the division of Upper Canada into Townships, Counties and Districts, S.Prov.C. 1845, c. 7, Sch. A, B
- An Act for abolishing the Territorial Division of Upper-Canada into Districts, and for providing temporary Unions of Counties for Judicial and other purposes, and for the future dissolutions of such Unions, as the increase of wealth and population may require, S.Prov.C. 1849, c. 78, Sch. B
- An Act to make certain alterations in the Territorial Divisions of Upper Canada, S.Prov.C. 1851, c. 5, Sch. C
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