Canadian History Dictionary Punshon William Morley 1824-1881 Born In England Engaged For A
time in the timber business with his father; joined the Methodi...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Meets Champlain on his return from th...
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Founded in Toronto, with b...
See Marie de l'Incarnation.
Law Captain John
(John Graves Simcoe era) First sergeant at arms of the Upper Ca...
Sydney Thomas Townshend First Viscount 1733-1800 Entered
Parliament, 1754; lord of the treasury, 1765; war secretary, 18...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Goes on embassy to Iroquois, 163; is ...
(Wilmot era) Attorney-general, New Brunswick, 50.
Weatherbe Sir Robert Linton 1836- Born In Prince Edward Island
Educated at Prince of Wales's College, Charlottetown, and Acadi...
First superior of Jesuit missions in Canada;
arrived at Quebec...
An important Algonquian tribe, formerly ranging
In War of 1812. =Index=: (General Brock era) Effects of, 261-26...
Martin Joseph 1852- Born In Milton Ontario Educated At The
public schools and at the Toronto Normal School. Taught school ...
A New Map Of North America With The West India Islands Divided
according to the Preliminary Articles of Peace. Signed at Versa...
Morrison Joseph Curran 1816-1885 Born In Ireland Came To Canada
with his father. In 1839 called to the bar of Upper Canada; in ...
Laval Hugues De
(Bishop Laval era) Father of Bishop Laval, 17.
(John Graves Simcoe era) Barrack-master, 47.
(Lord Dorchester era) Introduction of, from France, prohibited,...
(Samuel de Champlain era) One of the vessels of Company of New ...
Brant Joseph 1742-1807 A Mohawk Indian Chief Whose Native Name
was Thayendanegea. Educated at an Indian school in Connecticut....
Newspaper published at Toronto; established, 1844. =Index=: (George Brown Era)
Advocates responsible government, ix; its establishment, 9, 10; on
elections in Upper Canada in 1844, 25; criticism of Draper, 27; on
Toryism, 32; supports Elgin's attitude towards the Rebellion Losses
Bill, 36; attacks the Clear Grits, 40, 41; upholds British system of
responsible government, as superior to the American system, 42; gives
credit to French-Canadians for supporting Reform cause, 43; attitude
towards Roman Catholic questions, 44-46, 48; advocates secularization of
Clergy Reserves, 55; on free schools, 62; first issued as a daily, Oct.
1, 1853; its earlier history, absorbs North American and Examiner,
1855, 74; its policy, 75; on the Quebec Rouges, 78-79; contains appeal
on behalf of fugitive slaves, 112; and the "no popery" agitation, 121,
123; advocates uniform legislation for Upper and Lower Canada, 130;
assails Separate School Bill, 145; Brown's pride in, 150, 247; effect of
Brown's position in Macdonald ministry, 209; contains R. B. Sullivan's
address on North-West Territories, 211; Brown's article on North-West,
1852, 213; letters of "Huron" on North-West, 215-216; advocates union of
North-West with Canada, 217, 218; attacks Canada First party, 236, 237,
238, 239, 241; Peter Brown writes for, 243; edited by Gordon Brown, 244,
245; reveals George Brown's views, 248, 249; its support of Wilson, 250;
attacks Mr. Justice Wilson, 250, 252, 253; the office of publication,
255; shooting of George Brown, 255-258. (Lord Elgin era) Hostile at first to Clear
Grits, 111; edited by George Brown, 111. (Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Established by George
Brown, Mar. 5, 1844, 223-224; its fighting policy, 224; attacks
Metcalfe, 225; denounces the Grits, 342; outcry against Roman
Catholicism, 343. (William Lyon Mackenzie era) Justifies the Rebellion of 1837, 13; on
Mackenzie's expulsions, 254; on Mackenzie's retirement from public life,
498; Mackenzie's obituary, 511; on Mackenzie's personality, 523. (Sir John A Macdonald era)
Founded by George Brown with his father, 52; on the Redistribution Bill,
275; on the elections of 1887, 282-283; supports commercial union, 295.
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