Canadian History Dictionary Choiseul Etienne-francois Duc De 1719-1785 Minister Of Foreign
affairs; signed the treaty of 1759 with Austria; minister of wa...
Kuprianoff Ivan Andreevich
(Sir James Douglas era) Succeeds Wrangell in Russian America,
Gaillardin Claud J C
(1810-1880). (Count Frontenac era) French historian, referred
Duplessis De Ste Helene Mere Andre
(Bishop Laval era) Her piety, 92.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Assisted in forming Company of New Fr...
Bell-smith Frederic Marlett 1846- Born In London England
Educated there, and came to Canada, 1866. Founder and first pre...
Robinson F P
(Wilmot era) Auditor of king's casual revenue, 34; resigns, 72....
Kingston 1790 Coloured Ms Plan Of Kingston And Its Vicinity
Accompanying Lieutenant-Colonel Hughes's letter to Lieutenant-G...
Campbell Sir William 1758-1834 Born In Scotland Enlisted As A
private in a Highland regiment; came to America during the Revo...
(Count Frontenac era) Flagship of Phipps, 281.
Newspaper published at St. John, New Brunswick. =Index=: (Tille...
Gordon Arthur Hamilton
Williams Sir William Fenwick 1800-1883 Born In Annapolis Royal
Nova Scotia. Graduated at Woolwich, England, in 1821; entered t...
Accompanied Maurelle and Galiano to North-West
Coast, 1792. =I...
Newspaper published at Toronto. Established, 1880. =Index=: (Wi...
(General Brock era) Battle of, its significance, 72-73.
Index : Samuel De Champlain Era Interpreter 144 Remains In Quebec During English
(Count Frontenac era) Brave conduct of, in command of party aga...
Douglas Sir James And His Time
Colonial Secretary's Despatches to
Governors of Vancouver Isla...
The first submarine cables in America were those laid between
Battle in War of 1812-1814, fought Nov. 11th, 1813.
The scene of the fight was near the head of the Long Sault Rapids, on
the St. Lawrence. Morrison commanded the British troops, about 800 men,
and Boyd the Americans, numbering 1800, increased during the fight to
2400. The Americans were driven off the field. Morrison captured 100 men
and a gun. The American loss was 300 men; and the British, 200 men. See
also War of 1812. =Bib.=: Lucas, Canadian War of 1812; Kingsford,
History of Canada.
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