Canadian History Dictionary Mackenzie Hope
(George Brown Era) Moves approval of George Brown's course in
(Louis Joseph Papineau era) Represents Montreal in first Parlia...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Captain of vessel in which Champlain ...
(Lord Elgin era) Provided for by law in 1874, existed some
St Ours Charles Louis Roch De 1753-1834 Entered Public Life On
the establishment of civil government in Canada, and appointed ...
Index : General Brock Era Appointed Brigadier 123 Arrival Of At Quebec 134
(Bishop Laval era) Established by La Salle in Illinois country,...
Harvey Sir John 1778-1852 Entered The British Army And Saw Active
service in Holland, France, at the Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, I...
A city of Western Ontario, situated on the Speed River, in the
(Joseph Howe era) Supports Confederation, 186; member of Nova
Bib : Dict Nat Biog
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Becomes a first-class power, 6.
Pont-grave Francois Grave Sieur Du Pont
A merchant of St. Malo;
sailed for Tadoussac with Chauvin, 160...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Captured by Major Carleton, 149.
See Howse Pass.
Grey Sir Charles Edward 1785-1865 Educated At Oxford University
called to the bar, 1811; commissioner in bankruptcy, 1817; judg...
Riel Rebellion 1869-1870 The Territorial Rights Of The Hudson's Bay
Company having been transferred to Canada, a surveying party un...
(General Brock era) Private of 41st, first man killed in War of...
Born in Scotland, 1751. Emigrated in his early years to
Rises in the Rocky Mountains, at the headwaters of Bow
(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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