Canadian History Dictionary Dollard Des Ormeaux Adam
A young officer of the garrison at
Montreal, who saved Montrea...
(Bishop Laval era) Companion of Father Marquette, 62.
Pope John Henry 1824-1889 Born In The Eastern Townships Quebec
Elected for Compton to the Canada Assembly, 1857; and in 1867 t...
Haldemans Of Pennsylvania
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Cousins of Sir Frederick Haldiman...
Mills David 1831-1903 Born In The Township Of Orford Kent County
Ontario. Educated at the University of Michigan. Taught school ...
Volunteers At Quebec
(Lord Dorchester era) On conclusion of siege, dismissed and
Chaussegros De Lery Gaspard 1682-1756 Sent To Canada In 1716 To
superintend the fortifications of Quebec, Montreal, and other p...
Ewan John Alexander 1854-1910 Born In Aberdeen Scotland Educated
in Scotland and in Canada. Assistant editor of the Toronto Glob...
(General Brock era) Corps raised and commanded by Colonel de Sa...
Gordon Arthur Hamilton
Index : Bishop Laval Era Director Of Seminary 55 Grand Vicar Accompanies Laval To
France, 134. =Bib.=: Douglas, Old France in the New World.
(Count Frontenac era) Former name of Beauport flats, 293. (Wolf...
Barre Isaac 1726-1802 Born In Ireland Served Under Wolfe Against
Rochefort in 1757, and at Quebec in 1759, being at Wolfe's side...
Blachford Frederic Rogers Baron 1811-1889 Born In England
Educated at Eton and Oxford. In 1844 registrar of joint-stock c...
Bourget Ignace 1799-1885 Born At Point Levis Quebec Ordained In
1822; vicar-general of Montreal, 1836; coadjutor bishop of the ...
Chatham William Pitt First Earl Of 1708-1778 The Great
Commoner," who brought England "to a height of prosperity and g...
Chauveau Pierre Joseph Olivier 1820-1890 Born At Quebec Educated
at Quebec; studied law and called to the bar of Lower Canada. F...
Hodgson Sir Robert 1798-1880 Born In Charlottetown Prince Edward
Island. Educated at Windsor, Nova Scotia, and called to the bar...
Came to Nova Scotia from Boston. Appointed member of the
Canada Trade Act
Passed by Imperial Parliament in 1822, with the
object of correcting the injustice to Upper Canada in the apportionment
of duties collected. The Quebec Legislature had refused to re-enact the
old Acts apportioning a share of duties to Upper Canada, and these Acts
were now made permanent. Lower Canada was debarred from imposing new
duties on imports by sea without the consent of Upper Canada and the
approval of the Imperial Parliament. =Bib.=: Kingsford, History of
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