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(Wilmot era) Resigns from New Brunswick government, 72, 116.
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) In battle of Ste. Foy, 259, 263.
(Tilley era) Postmaster-general, 51.
Alexander Vii Pope 1599-1667 Born Fabio Chigi Elected Pope 1655
(Samuel de Champlain era) French vessel seized by the English, ...
Cobb Sylvanus 1709-1762 A Native Of Plymouth Mass Served In The
expedition against Louisbourg, 1745. For some years engaged in ...
First Roman Catholic bishop of Vancouver Island,
Yorke Sir Joseph Sydney 1768-1831 Entered The Navy In 1780 In
1781 joined the Duke and later the Formidable, both under Sir
Plamondon Marc Aurele
Born in Quebec, 1823. Educated at the Quebec
Seminary. In 1846...
Index : Sir John A Macdonald Era Sir John A Macdonald's Early Life In 2 Practises Law
there, 5; elected alderman of, 10; asked to be Conservative can...
In Upper Canada; named after Governor Gore. =Index=:
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) Accompanies Mackenzie in his fligh...
Bliss John Murray 1771-1834 Born In Massachusetts Came To New
Brunswick in 1786; called to the bar; and elected to the House ...
A town in Saguenay County, Quebec, situated at the
The popular name given to the Temperance Act introduced by
(Lord Dorchester era) His connection with the Walker case, 19.
See Riel Rebellion.
Lieutenant-governor of the Fort of Annapolis,
(Samuel de Champlain era) Clerk sent to Gaspe, returns with new...
Capital of Prince Edward Island. Originally founded by
the French, about 1750, and then known as Port la Joie. In 1713 it was a
fortified post, with a garrison of sixty soldiers. The population
numbered 1354 in 1752; and in 1758 it had been increased to over 4000 by
the arrival of a large number of Acadians from the mainland. It came
under British rule in 1763, and received its present name about 1768.
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