Canadian History Dictionary Johnson Guy 1740-1788 Deputy To Sir William Johnson As
superintendent of Indian affairs, and succeeded latter in offic...
Bib : Dict Nat Biog
Caesar Sir Julius 1558-1636 Sat In Parliament 1589-1622
chancellor of the exchequer, 1606; master of the Rolls, 1614-16...
Coltman W B
A merchant of Quebec, and lieutenant-colonel in the
First suggested by Dr. Rae, in 1832. W. E.
(afterwards Sir) Lo...
Young George Renny 1800?-1847 Born In Scotland A Brother Of Sir
William Young (q.v.). Founded the Nova Scotian newspaper in 182...
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Deceived by the hoisting of French flag ...
Bib : Bryce Manitoba
Des Brisay Alexander C
(Tilley era) Confederate candidate in New Brunswick,
(Samuel de Champlain era) Member of Roberval's expedition, exec...
Wayne Anthony 1745-1796 Born In Pennsylvania Sent In 1765 On The
recommendation of Benjamin Franklin, to Nova Scotia, as financi...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Champlain's father-in-law, secretary ...
Meredith Sir William Collis 1812-1894 Born In Dublin Ireland
Emigrated to Canada; in 1836 called to the bar of Montreal, and...
(Count Frontenac era) Complete absence of, in New France,
South of Lake Champlain. This beautiful lake was known to
Elgin And His Time
Minutes of Executive Council, Correspondence,
Russell John First Earl 1792-1878 Born In London Entered
Parliament, 1813; home secretary, 1835, in Melbourne's ministry...
Campbell Sir Alexander 1821-1892 Studied Law Under John A
Macdonald, with whom he later formed a partnership; and called ...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Home of the Haldimand family, 2, ...
Off the coast of Nova Scotia. It was known from about
Amherst Jeffrey Baron 1717-1797 Sent To America 1758 And In
co-operation with Admiral Boscawen, captured Louisbourg that year. With
General Prideaux and Sir W. Johnson, took Ticonderoga, 1759. Reduced
Montreal the following year. Appointed commander-in-chief and
governor-general in America, 1761. Raised to peerage, 1776, as Baron
Amherst of Holmesdale. =Index=: (Wolfe / Montcalm era) In command of Louisbourg
expedition, 73; commander-in-chief of forces in America, 77; operates
against Montreal, 77; his slowness of movement, 97, 122; held in check
by Bourlamaque, 131; compels Bourlamaque to evacuate Forts Carillon and
Frederic, 146. (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Replaces Abercromby, 21; wrecks Fort George, 22; his
delay at Lake Champlain, 25; praises Haldimand's forbearance at Niagara,
27; builds a strong fort at Crown Point, 28; arrives at Oswego, 34;
Montreal surrenders to, 38; takes up quarters at New York, 40; nominal
governor of Canada, 41; notifies Haldimand of promotion, 42; approves
scheme for smelting old guns, 47; retirement of, 53; letter from
Haldimand, 82; recommends Haldimand for New York command, 83; his
interest in Louis Haldimand, 88; blind to true situation in America,
103; anxious to see Haldimand on his return to England, 105-106; meets
Haldimand at Sydneys, 311; entertainments given by, 324-325; Haldimand
on, 326, 332; Haldimand visits, 337, 339. (Lord Dorchester era) Canada surrendered to, 2;
grants religious freedom, 10. See also Louisbourg; Ticonderoga; Crown
Point. =Bib.=: Expedition of British and Provincial Army ... against
Ticonderoga and Crown Point; Samuel Waldo, Reduction of Louisbourg
(Dominion Archives, 1886); Johnstone, Journal of Louisbourg, 1750-1758
(Coll. de doc. rel. a la Nouvelle France, vol. 3); Dict. of Eng.
Hist.; Dict. Nat. Biog.; Bradley, The Fight with France; Parkman,
Montcalm and Wolfe.