Canadian History Dictionary Bonsecours Chapel Of
(Bishop Laval era) United to parish of Montreal, 176;
Vincent De Paul Saint 1576-1660 Born In Pouay Studied For The
priesthood and ordained, 1600. In 1617 founded the Congregation...
Le Moyne De Serigny Joseph 1668-1734 Son Of Charles Le Moyne And
brother of Iberville, Bienville, and St. Helene. Accompanied Ib...
Alix Marguerite Ch Mother Of Helen Bouille 66
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Sister of Joseph Brant, her influ...
Tarieu De Lanaudiere Charles
Member of an old French family,
originally of Guienne; settled...
Cunard Sir Samuel 1787-1865 Born In Halifax His Practical
training fitted him for the important role he was to fill in th...
Index : Lord Dorchester Era Canadians Petition For Its Restoration To Canada Bib :
Cartwright, Sixteen Years on the Coast of Labrador; Hind,
Francois Xavier Saint
(Bishop Laval era) Patron saint of Canada, 87.
Index : Sir Frederick Haldimand Era Sioux Offer To Attack 148 Described As Fickle
credulous, and timid, 148. =Bib.=: Pilling, Bibliography of Alg...
Accompanied Eliza on his voyage to the North-West
Coast in 179...
Bourdon Sister Anne
(Count Frontenac era) On divine protection of Quebec, 301.
(Lord Dorchester era) British officer killed at Sault au Matelo...
(Tilley era) Master of Madras School, Gagetown, New Brunswick,
Grenville George Leveson-gower Second Earl 1815-1891 Entered
Parliament, 1836; secretary for foreign affairs, 1851-1852, 187...
Mezy Augustin De Saffray Chevalier De
Governor of New France from
1663 until his death in 1665. =Ind...
Index : Sir James Douglas Era First Chief Justice Of Vancouver Island 200 Charges
preferred against, 200. =Bib.=: Bancroft, History of British Co...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Brings out stores for De Caen, 136.
(Lord Elgin era) Measures for their relief, 1847-1848, 46-47;
Acadia of the French regime. The present name dates from
Company Of New France Compagnie Des Cent-associes
1627, by Cardinal Richelieu, on the advice of Isaac de Razilly. A
monopoly of fifteen years was granted, with full ownership of the entire
valley of the St. Lawrence, in return for which the Company was to take
out three hundred colonists every year up to 1643. No serious effort was
made to carry out this obligation, although the Company continued to
enjoy its monopoly until 1663. =Index=: (Bishop Laval era) Resigns its charter, 41;
renders assistance to missions, 50; succeeded by the West India Company,
145. (Samuel de Champlain era) Established, 169; list of directors, 170; documents relating
to, 171; sends out four vessels, 172; equips ships to retake Quebec,
213; terms of grant to, 222; bears expense of Jesuit mission stations,
228; sincerely interested in conversion of savages and progress of
colonization, 244; special committee for its financial affairs, 244;
appoints Champlain governor, 244. (Count Frontenac era) Created by Cardinal Richelieu, 19;
colonists sent out by, 28; cedes some of its rights to colonists, 36;
new arrangement works badly, 37; surrenders all its powers to the king,
1663, 49; its failure to fulfil its engagements, 55. (Lord Elgin era) Creates
seigniories, 175. =Bib.=: Biggar, Early Trading Companies of New
France; Parkman, Pioneers of France.
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