Canadian History Dictionary Neuchatel Canton Of
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Haldimand born in, 3.
Ryswick Treaty Of
Concluded in 1697; brought peace between Great
Britain and Fra...
An evergreen, used by Jacques Cartier and his men as a remedy
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Leader in attack on Moravian Indi...
Medley John 1804-1892 Born In London England Graduated At
Oxford, 1826; ordained priest, 1829; vicar of St. John's, Truro...
(Sir John A Macdonald era) Or Half-breeds, view with alarm the ...
Irving Jacob Aemilius 1797-1856 Born At Charleston South Carolina
Entered the army at an early age; severely wounded at Waterloo;...
Heathfield George Augustus Eliott First Baron 1717-1790 Defender
of Gibraltar. =Index=: (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) His marria...
A settlement near Lake St. Clair in Upper Canada, made by
Robinson Colonel Beverley 1723-1792 Born In Thornbury England
Entered the army; took part as a major, under Wolfe, in the att...
Uniacke Richard John 1753-1830 Born At Castletown County Cork
Ireland. Emigrated to the West Indies, 1773; went from there to...
Big Mouth Grande Gueule
(Count Frontenac era) Onondaga orator, 184, 221.
Charlottetown Conference 1864 Sir John A Macdonald Era Arranged By Tupper 104 The
Canadian proposals, 104; terms of union, 107. (Joseph Howe era)...
(Count Frontenac era) Charter of, declared null and void, 264; ...
Marsolet Nicolas 1587-1677 Came To Canada From France About 1608
and for many years an interpreter for the Montagnais and Algonq...
Gisborne Frederick Newton 1824-1892 Came To Canada From England In
1845. Joined the staff of the British North American Electric T...
Murray James 1719-1794 Entered The Army 1740 And Served In The
West Indies, Flanders, and Brittany. In 1758 commanded a brigad...
Yale James Murray
Entered the service of the Hudson's Bay Company
about 1815, wh...
Bib : Hannay History Of New Brunswick
Barker T B
(Tilley era) Founder of business firm of St. John, 8.
A seaport, and the capital of Nova Scotia; founded in 1749
and named after the Earl of Halifax, then president of the Board of
Trade. The first settlers were brought out from England in that year by
Governor Cornwallis, in thirteen transports; following year made the
capital of the province (then including New Brunswick), instead of
Annapolis; in 1842 incorporated as a city; became, with its
fortifications, observatory stations, harbour mines, etc., one of the
fortresses of the Empire and the chief British naval station in North
America; garrisoned by Imperial troops until 1905, when they were
withdrawn and replaced by a Canadian garrison. =Index=: (Joseph Howe era) Birthplace
of Joseph Howe, 1; the North-West Arm, 1; Melville Island, 5; newspapers
(see Chronicle; Acadian; Nova Scotian); municipal government in,
in 1835, 20; Howe's trial for libelling magistrates of the city, 21, 29;
represented by Howe and Annand, 1836, 29; bill for incorporation of, 69;
Howe re-elected for, 73; James MacNab elected for, 106; railway
communication with Windsor, 118. =Bib.=: MacMechan, Halifax in Books,
a collection of pen-pictures of Halifax and its people by many writers
from Edmund Burke to Rudyard Kipling, and including Marsden,
Narrative; Tom Moore, Letters; McGregor, Maritime Colonies of
British America; Moorsom, Letters from Nova Scotia; Sleigh, Pine
Forests; Mrs. Williams, Neutral French; Marryat, Frank Mildmay;
Dickens, American Notes; Johnston, Notes on North America; Cozzens,
Acadia; Sladen, On the Cars and Off; Haliburton, Nova Scotia;
Thomas B. Akins, History of Halifax (Nova Scotia Hist. Soc. Trans.,
vol. 8); Mackay, Sketch of City of Halifax, in Canada: An Ency.,
vol. 5; Regan, Sketches and Traditions of the North-West Arm;
Selections from the Public Documents of Nova Scotia, ed. by Akins.
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