Canadian History Dictionary Erie Indians
A large tribe, of Iroquois stock, inhabiting in the
Le Gardeur De Repentigny Pierre
Arrived at Quebec from Normandy with
his wife and family, 1636...
Todd Alpheus 1821-1884 Born In London England Removed To Canada
in 1833. In 1836 appointed assistant librarian of the House of ...
(Bishop Laval era) Cause of difficulty between the court of Fra...
Le Marchant Sir John Gaspard 1803-1874 Joseph Howe Era Becomes Governor Of
Nova Scotia, 1852, 143; his connection with the Foreign Enlistm...
(Tilley era) Runs against Tilley in St. John, New Brunswick, an...
Bib : Walbran British Columbia Coast Names
Bib : His Works Ed By Henry A Washington Were Published By Order
of Congress, in 9 vols., 1853. See also Randolph, Memoirs,
On Mohawk River, near Lake Oneida. =Index=: (Lord Dorchester er...
Wilson Sir Adam 1814-1891 Born In Edinburgh Educated In That
city. In 1830 came to Canada; studied law under Robert Baldwin ...
Acadia of the French regime. The present name dates from
(Samuel de Champlain era) Huguenot, violent conduct of, towards...
Roblin Rodmond Palen 1853- Born In Sophiasburg Ontario Educated
at Albert College, Belleville. Removed to Manitoba and settled ...
Peters Samuel Leonard
(Tilley era) Uncle of Sir Leonard Tilley, 5.
Kennedy William Nassau 1839-1885 Born At Darlington Ontario
Served as a lieutenant in the Ontario Rifles with the Red River...
Trytorrens Marie Madeleine
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Mother of Haldimand, 2.
Tucker R G
(Lord Sydenham era) Appointed provincial registrar, 332.
Kaye John W
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Quoted on Metcalfe, 156, 1...
Montreal Island Of
(Lord Dorchester era) Limit of French settlement, 8; governorsh...
Through the Rocky Mountains. Elevation, 3733 feet
above sea le...
Bagot Sir Charles 1781-1843 Born In England Educated At Rugby And
Oxford; entered Parliament, 1807, becoming under-secretary for foreign
affairs. Minister plenipotentiary to France, 1814; and to the United
States, 1815-1820. Privy councillor, 1815; ambassador to St. Petersburg,
1820; and to the Hague, 1824. Governor-general of Canada, 1841-1843.
Died in Kingston soon after retiring from office. =Index=: (Lord Sydenham era) Follows
Canadian line of policy, 351; finds country tranquil, 355. (Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) His
letter to Lord Stanley on La Fontaine's arrest, 49; succeeds Sydenham,
113; a Tory of the old school, 113; previous career, 113; his policy,
113-114; studies political conditions, 114-115; his popularity in Lower
Canada, 115; plans a coalition government, 117; his speech from the
throne, 122; anxious to bring Baldwin and La Fontaine into Cabinet, 121;
his letter to La Fontaine, 122-124; denounced by Tory press, 140-142;
difficulties of his position, 141; his illness, 149; subjected to bitter
attacks and censure, 149-152; asks for and obtains his recall, 152; his
death, May 19, 1843, 152; denounced even in death, 153; on responsible
government, 162, 163, 164; Kaye on, 171; lays corner-stone of King's
College, 193. (Lord Elgin era) His political attitude as governor, 30; friendly
towards French-Canadians, 30-31. (Egerton Ryerson era) Supported by Ryerson, 122;
favourable attitude towards popular government, 126; question of popular
education, 163. (George Brown Era) Relations of Peel government with, xii; friendly
attitude towards French-Canadians, 16; attacked by Tories for bringing
La Fontaine and Baldwin into Cabinet, 16; his action denounced by Peel
and Duke of Wellington, 17, 18; recalled at his own request, 18; his
death, 18. (Sir Georges E. Cartier era) Concedes responsible government, 17. (Sir John A Macdonald era) Succeeds
Sydenham, 17; brings Reform leaders into Cabinet, 18; resigns
government, 18. =Bib.=: Richardson, Eight Years in Canada; Kingsford,
History of Canada, Dent, Last Forty Years and Can. Por.; Dict. Nat.
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