Canadian History Dictionary Bib : Campbell History Of Nova Scotia
(George Brown Era) Stimulated by British preference of, 1843, 3...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Superstitions of, 10, 12; council hel...
Surveys proposed by the government of Canada in
1863. Three en...
Plan of Fort St. John on the river Chambly, Quebec, May 7,
North end of Vancouver Island. See Fort McLoughlin.
On Hudson Bay, captured by Troyes, 206.
Cameron John Hillyard 1817-1876 Solicitor-general Upper Canada
1846-1848; represented Cornwall in Legislative Assembly, 1846-1...
Cape Diamond Quebec
(Samuel de Champlain era) Fortified, 157.
Crisacy Marquis Antoine De
(Count Frontenac era) Conducts expedition for restoration
Germans And Dutch
(Lord Dorchester era) Large admixture of, among United Empire
(Count Frontenac era) Seizes government of New York, 266.
Stewart Alexander 1794-1868 Born In Halifax Nova Scotia Engaged
in West India trade. Afterwards studied law and called to the b...
Stuart Rev John
(John Graves Simcoe era) First Church of England clergyman to a...
A town in Saguenay County, Quebec, situated at the
Jesuits' Estates Act
Passed by the Mercier government in Quebec,
1888. Following th...
Russell Alexander J
(Samuel de Champlain era) His papers on Champlain's astrolabe, ...
Index : Samuel De Champlain Era Grant Of To Sir William Alexander 223 Lord Dorchester Era Carleton
arranges to visit, 235; population of, 236; communication with ...
A town on the North Saskatchewan, at the mouth of the
(Samuel de Champlain era) Name given by Champlain to the Nicole...
Dorion Sir Antoine Aime 1818-1891 Educated At Nicolet College
Studied law, and called to the bar of Lower Canada, 1842. Represented
Montreal in Legislature, 1854-1861. Formed administration with George
Brown, 1858. Defeated by Cartier in Montreal, 1861. Provincial secretary
in Sandfield Macdonald-Sicotte government, 1862. Succeeded Sicotte as
attorney-general, 1863. Minister of justice in Mackenzie government,
1873-1874. Chief-justice of Quebec, 1874-1891. =Index=: (Sir John A Macdonald era) Opposes
political domination of the priesthood, 45-46; leader of the Rouge
party in Quebec, 64, 102; opposes Confederation, 115, 118, 142; moves
amendment on Intercolonial route, 152; refuses to act upon Pacific
Scandal Commission, 205. (Sir Georges E. Cartier era) Liberal leader, and disciple of Papineau,
25; his followers, and their revolutionary programme, 26; accepts policy
of representation by population, 28; his radicalism keeps him in
opposition, 29; offered seat in administration of 1858 by Cartier, and
declines, 106-107. (Lord Elgin era) Signs Annexation Manifesto, 81; member of the
Parti Rouge, 108; becomes less radical in his views, 134. (George Brown Era) Leader
of the Rouges--his character--friendly relations with George Brown,
80-81; consulted by Brown as to forming ministry, 101; enters his
government, 102, 105, 106; his part in converting George Brown to
Confederation, 132; moves resolution favouring union of the Canadas in
1856, 132; pledged to settlement of question, 132; opposed to coalition,
160; his speech against Confederation, 175-178, 207; his motion for
adjournment defeated, 185; opposed to Brown entering coalition ministry,
199. =Bib.=: Taylor, Brit. Am.; Dent, Can. Por. and Last Forty
Years; Willison, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Liberal Party.
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