Canadian History Dictionary Index : George Brown Era Comments On George Brown's Letter To Senator Simpson
249-250; had been supported by Globe in election contests, 250;...
(Tilley era) Member for Gloucester in New Brunswick Assembly,
Colonial Conference 1894
Opened at Ottawa, June 28, with Mackenzie
Bowell in the chair....
Fleming Sir Sandford 1827- Born At Kirkaldy Scotland Came To
Canada, 1845. Chief engineer of the Intercolonial Railway; and ...
Niagara Newark Settled By Loyalists About 1782 Selected By
Simcoe ten years later as the capital of Upper Canada, and name...
An Algonquian tribe, called by the French, Souriquois.
See Talbot, Thomas.
Gowan Ogle R
(1796-1876). Born in Ireland. Edited for some years the
First superior of Jesuit missions in Canada;
arrived at Quebec...
Index : Sir James Douglas Era Organic Existence Since 1849 1 First Named Quadra And
Vancouver Island by Vancouver, 35; only nominal possession at e...
Langevin Sir Hector Louis 1826-1906 Born At Quebec Entered
Parliament in 1867, as member for Dorchester; subsequently repr...
Bedard Dr William
(Tilley era) Life-long friend of Sir Leonard Tilley, 145.
Born in England. Came to Montreal, and engaged in the
(Count Frontenac era) Sent to Michilimackinac, 310. (Wolfe / Mo...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Early settler, remains in Quebec duri...
(Sir James Douglas era) Founded in 1832 by Hudson's Bay Company...
Index : Sir John A Macdonald Era His Motion For Disallowance Of Jesuits' Estates Act 288
its defeat, 289. =Bib.=: Morgan, Can. Men.
Kirke Sir Lewis
Born 1599. Accompanied his brother Sir David Kirke
on his expe...
Capital of province of Alberta. Situated on the North
Panet Jean Claude
(Lord Dorchester era) Appointed judge, 183.
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) In Upper Canada; created under Constitutional
Act, 53; irritating relations with Assembly, 55, 58; Durham on, 61; real
advisers of the governor, 63; responsibility of, demanded by Upper
Canada Reformers, 64, 69; Durham's view of effect of irresponsibility
of, 65, 66; Sir John Colborne's view of, 279; Lord Glenelg's view of,
286. (Lord Dorchester era) In Lower Canada, how composed, 269. (Lord Sydenham era) Its powers and
influence, 74-76, 78; practically controlled the governor, 175;
necessity for change in, 177; its defects described by Sydenham, 220,
221; changes made in, 334, 335; salaries of, 334. (Wilmot era) In New Brunswick,
its irresponsibility, 5, 6.
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