Canadian History Dictionary Argenson Pierre De Voyer Vicomte D' 1626-1710 Succeeded Jean De
Lauson as governor of New France, 1658. His governorship marked...
Prevost Sir George 1767-1816 Born In New York Entered The Army
took part in the battles of St. Vincent, Dominica, and St. Luci...
Mcclelan Abner Reid 1831- Born In Hopewell New Brunswick
Educated at Mount Allison Academy. Engaged in mercantile life.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit, sails for Canada, 167; vessel...
(Count Frontenac era) Recollet, preaches funeral sermon on Fron...
Rises in the watershed range of the Rocky Mountains,
close to ...
Harrison William Henry 1773-1841 Ninth President Of The United
States. =Index=: (General Brock era) United States general, his...
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Captain of, replies to French sentries i...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Fanaticism of, 86.
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House Of Assembly
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) British government prepared to gr...
See Mouet de Moras de Langlade.
Accompanied Governor Cornwallis to Halifax. Acted as
Murray George Henry 1861- Born In Grand Narrows Nova Scotia
Educated at the public schools and at Boston University; studie...
(John Graves Simcoe era) First attorney-general of Upper Canada...
Head Sir Edmund Walker 1805-1868 Fellow Of Merton College Oxford
1830-1837; lieutenant-governor of New Brunswick, 1847; governor...
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Founded at Montreal in 1795 by several partners of the
Leopard And Chesapeake
(General Brock era) Affair of, 82-86.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Pont-Grave's clerk, 121; chief clerk ...
Jesuit missionary. Accompanied La Verendrye
on his Western exp...
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.