Canadian History Dictionary Dunfermline James Abercromby First Baron 1776-1858 Sat In British
Parliament, 1807, 1812-1830 and 1832; Speaker of House of Commo...
Miller James Andrew 1839-1886 Born In Galt Ontario Called To The
bar, 1863; judge of the Court of Queen's Bench for Manitoba, 18...
Burlington Bay Canal
An open cut across a sand-bar at the entrance of
Edward And Annie
(Mackenzie / Selkirk / Simpson era) The vessel which brought th...
(Sir James Douglas era) Spanish influence delays colonization, ...
Chartier De Lotbiniere Eustache Gaspard Michel
(Lord Dorchester era) Advised in
connection with question of C...
(Sir James Douglas era) History of, 284-289.
David Laurent Olivier 1840- Educated At St Therese College
studied law and called to the bar of Lower Canada, 1864. One of...
Rises in Caledon Mountains, and enters Lake Ontario,
Newspaper published at Cobourg; established 1828. =Index=: (Geo...
Boucher De Grosbois Et De Boucherville Pierre 1622-1717 Came To
Canada in 1634 with his father; served as a soldier of the litt...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit, goes to Fort Ste. Anne in Cap...
Amerique Septentrionale Par N Sanson D'abbeville Geog Du Roy A
Paris, chez l'auteur et chez Pierre Mariette, rue S. Jacques a
(Tilley era) Elected as Confederation candidate for Northumberl...
La Hontan Louis Armand De Lom D'arce Baron De 1666-1715 Arrived
in Canada in 1683; spent some time at Quebec, and also travelle...
A city on the Richelieu River, Province of Quebec. It was
Watkin Sir Edwin William Bart
(1819-1901). Born in Manchester,
England. Educated there. In 1...
Creighton John 1794-1878 Born In Nova Scotia Called To The Bar
1816, and created Q. C. by royal warrant, 1845. Sat in the Legi...
Monts Pierre Du Guast Comte De 1560-1611 In 1603 Became Head Of
the Company formed by Champlain to plant colonies in New France...
(Sir John A Macdonald era) Bill brought in by Macdonald in 1882...
(Lord Dorchester era) Importance of the question to the French population,
after 1760,10-11; British authorities at Quebec find difficulty in
defining, 11; attempt to enforce English law abandoned, 13; Murray
establishes courts, 13; criticisms of the grand jury, 15; confusion of
English and French codes, 40-41; dissatisfaction of the French-speaking
inhabitants, 41; Maseres suggests four plans to Carleton, 41-42; Maurice
Morgan sent out to study legal situation, 43; Carleton favours the
French civil code, 43; dishonest magistrates and tyrannical bailiffs,
51-54; report of Committee on Administration of Justice, 1769, 54;
Ordinance of 1770, 54; French-Canadians petition for their own laws, 61;
French law established by Quebec Act, 64; discussed in British
Parliament, 65-68; confusion of civil procedure, 225-227. =Bib.=:
Bourinot, Constitutional History of Canada and How Canada is Governed;
Ashley, Earlier Constitutional History of Canada; Houston, Canadian
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