Canadian History Dictionary Pardoe Avern 1845- George Brown Era Librarian Of Legislative Assembly Of
Ontario, 255; a witness of the shooting of George Brown by Benn...
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Legislation under Sydenham...
(Sir Georges E. Cartier era) Issued by Le Parti Catholique, 82;...
(Lord Dorchester era) Aide-de-camp to Benedict Arnold, describe...
Montmorency Henri Duc De 1595-1632 In 1620 Purchased The
viceroyalty of New France from the Comte de Soissons, his
Huddy Captain Joshua
(Lord Dorchester era) Hanging of, 198.
St Ours Francois-xavier De 1714-1759 Served In The Campaigns Of
1758 and 1759; severely wounded in the attack on Fort George; c...
Mckim R P
(Tilley era) Assists at funeral service of Sir Leonard Tilley,
Newspaper published at Toronto. =Index=: (George Brown Era) Rad...
(General Brock era) Private of 41st, first man killed in War of...
Bliss John Murray 1771-1834 Born In Massachusetts Came To New
Brunswick in 1786; called to the bar; and elected to the House ...
Doutre Joseph 1825-1886 Born In Beauharnois Quebec Called To The
bar, 1847. Early became a leader of the Liberal party. One of t...
Dickey Robert Barry 1811-1903 Born In Amherst Nova Scotia
Studied law, and called to the bar of Nova Scotia, and of New B...
Mantet Nicholas D'ailleboust Sieur De 1663-1709 In 1689 Defeated
the Iroquois at the Lake of the Two Mountains; and in 1690 led ...
Tarieu De Lanaudiere Charles
Member of an old French family,
originally of Guienne; settled...
Bourdon Sister Anne
(Count Frontenac era) On divine protection of Quebec, 301.
(General Brock era) British war vessel, mutiny of crew, 11.
Skinner Charles N
(Tilley era) Candidate in St. John County. New Brunswick,
Aillon Father De La Roche D'
(Samuel de Champlain era) Recollet interpreter and
(Sir John A Macdonald era) Macdonald studies law in his office,...
Arnold Benedict 1741-1801 A Druggist At New Haven Conn When The
War of Independence broke out, in 1775, organized an expedition against
British on Lake Champlain. The same year led a body of picked men to
Quebec by way of the Kennebec and Chaudiere. After the unsuccessful
assault on Quebec, was in several small engagements near Montreal;
finally driven out of the province. Given command of Philadelphia; took
offence at slights put upon him by Congress, and attempted to betray
West Point to Clinton. Afterwards commanded a corps of American refugees
on the British side; settled for a time in the West Indies; died in
London. =Index=: (Lord Dorchester era) Captures and abandons Fort St. Johns, 83; his
early life, 104; assigned command of expedition against Quebec, 105;
constitution of his force, 106; his march through the wilderness,
107-109; assisted by the habitants, 110; crosses St. Lawrence and
lands at Wolfe's Cove, 110; sends summons for surrender of Quebec, 111;
retires to Pointe aux Trembles, 111; repulsed and wounded in attack on
Quebec, 128; surrender of his men, 131; is transferred to Montreal,
132-135; advances to meet Foster, 142; burns chateau of Senneville, 143;
his narrow escape, 147; in command of American ships on Lake Champlain,
155; defeated near Crown Point, 156. (John Graves Simcoe era) Applies for grant of land in
Upper Canada, 104. (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) His repulse at Quebec, 112; the invasion, 127;
his "Address to the People of America," 227; commissioners sent to
Montreal to confer with, 276; furnishes list of rebels to Clinton, 281.
See also Montgomery; Ethan Allen; American Invasion. =Bib.=: Arnold,
Life of Benedict Arnold; Todd, The Real Benedict Arnold; Sparks,
American Biography; Codman, Arnold's Expedition to Quebec; Henry,
Arnold's Campaign against Quebec; Smith, Arnold's March from
Cambridge to Quebec; Jones, The Campaign for the Conquest of Canada in
1776; Cyc. Am. Biog.
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