Canadian History Dictionary Baillie Thomas
(Wilmot era) Commissioner of crown lands for New Brunswick,
Baldwin La Fontaine Hincks And Their Time
Minutes of Executive
Council, Correspondence, registers, index...
Longworth John 1814-1885 Born At Charlottetown Called To The Bar
of Prince Edward Island, 1838. Elected to the Assembly, 1846. O...
(Lord Dorchester era) His survey of route through Maine, 106.
(John Graves Simcoe era) Presbyterian minister, the first to co...
(Lord Sydenham era) His description of Poulett Thomson, 43.
Daly John Corry Wilson 1796-1878 Born In Liverpool England For
some time an assistant surgeon in the navy. Emigrated to the Un...
Prevost Sir George 1767-1816 Born In New York Entered The Army
took part in the battles of St. Vincent, Dominica, and St. Luci...
Established at Kingston. =Index=: (Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hinc...
Lattaignant Gabriel De
(Samuel de Champlain era) Assists in forming Company of New
An office created originally by Richelieu, in France, and
St-castin Jean De L'abadie Baron De 1650-1712 Native Of Bearn
came to Canada, 1665, with the Carignan-Salieres Regiment, as a...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Indian youth baptized, 233.
Bib : Cartwright Life And Letters Of Hon Richard Cartwright
North Lord Frederick
Machray Robert 1831-1904 Born In Scotland Educated At Aberdeen
and Cambridge; ordained deacon, 1855; and priest, 1856; in 1858...
Hagerman Christopher Alexander 1792-1847 Born In Adolphustown
Ontario. Educated at Kingston; studied law and called to the ba...
Burton Sir Francis
(Louis Joseph Papineau era) Lieutenant-governor of Lower Canada...
King's Printer Upper Canada
(John Graves Simcoe era) Louis Roy, first incumbent of
Papineau Louis Joseph 1786-1870 Louis Joseph Papineau Era Tribune Of The People 1 A
melodious speaker, 1-3; compared with Cartier, 2; his parentage...
Chateau St Louis
At Quebec. Commenced by Governor de Montmagny,
1647, and completed by his successor, D'Ailleboust. Demolished, 1694,
and rebuilt with new wing. Enlarged, 1723; and in 1808 renovated and
again enlarged, by government of Lower Canada. Up to the close of French
regime, it was the official residence of the governors of Canada; and
after the cession, their British successors continued to occupy the
building. It was destroyed by fire, 1834. The Chateau Frontenac hotel
now stands immediately back of the site of the Chateau St. Louis, which
occupied part of what is now Dufferin Terrace. See Habitation de
Quebec. =Index=: (Count Frontenac era) Construction begun, 15. (General Brock era) Description of, 90;
occupied by Sir James Craig, 90. (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Governor's residence at Quebec,
169, 222, 304, 314; balls at, 223; wing added by Haldimand named in his
honour, 344. =Bib.=: Gagnon, Le Fort el la Chateau St. Louis; Doughty,
Fortress of Quebec; Douglas, Old France in the New World.
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