Canadian History Dictionary Glengarry Fencibles
(General Brock era) Canadian Highland corps, 180.
Chansons Of French Canada
Most of the inimitable folk-songs of Quebec
came in their orig...
Index : Samuel De Champlain Era Named St Lawrence Island By Champlain 236 Jesuit
mission at, for benefit of Micmacs, 236; maintained until 1659,...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Fanaticism of, 86.
(Sir James Douglas era) Built by Meares at Nootka--first ship l...
Discovered by Cabot in 1497. Sir Humphrey Gilbert
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) In Upper Canada; created under Con...
Cap Du Ciel
(Samuel de Champlain era) French vessel seized by English, 222....
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) Wife of William Lyon Mackenzie, gr...
(John Graves Simcoe era) Baptist deacon, teaches school at Port...
Fort Ontario Oswego Sir Frederick Haldimand Era Haldimand In Command Of 29
(Count Frontenac era) Commands Three Rivers war party, 235; his...
Served in the siege of Quebec. On July 29, 1759, in
Kirke Sir David 1596-1655? Born In Dieppe Son Of A Scottish
merchant. Went to England, and, with his two brothers, given co...
Toronto Alliance Society
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) Sympathizes with Lower Canada, 327...
Joined the army, 1753; took part in the expedition
Jacques Cartier River
A tributary of the St. Lawrence, north shore,
above Quebec. =I...
(Lord Sydenham era) In Surrey, birthplace of Sydenham, 5.
River St Lawrence
Plan of part of the River St. Lawrence, from
Montreal to the P...
(John Graves Simcoe era) Intended to be analogous to lords-lieu...
Head Sir Francis Bond 1793-1875 Served In Royal Engineers At
Waterloo; travelled in South America, 1825-1826; appointed
lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, 1835-1837; made privy councillor,
1867. =Index=: (William Lyon Mackenzie era) Governor of Upper Canada, states his position on
responsible government, 22; Durham says he purposely invited rebellion,
23; his instructions on taking office, 263; makes public a confidential
despatch, 280; arrives in Canada, 291; his appointment, 291; states his
position, 293; appoints three executive councillors, 294; Council
resigns, 294; his views of responsibility, 295; censured by committee of
the House, 296; House adopts the report, 297; refuses supplies, 297; he
replies to address of deputation, 298; deputation's reply, 300; appoints
four new councillors, 300; schooled by Lord Glenelg, 301; joins Family
Compact, 302; dissolves the House, 303; refuses assent to money bills,
303; interferes in elections, 304; insults Glenelg, 304; denounces
Robert Baldwin, 305; quarrels with imperial commission of inquiry, 305;
refuses to obey Lord Glenelg, 307; W. J. Rattray on, 307; his success in
the elections, 308; unscrupulous influence in, 309; Lord Durham on, 309;
some of his addresses, 313; charged with undue influence in, 313;
sustained by partisan House, 314; refuses offer of troops, 353; invites
revolt, 354, 355; prepares to escape, 364; sends flag of truce, 368;
offers reward for Mackenzie's apprehension, 380; orders burning of
property, 381; seeks Mackenzie's extradition, 415. (Lord Sydenham era) Recall of, 109.
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Comes as governor, 16, 32; his appointment, 35; his character, 36;
his arrival in Toronto, 37; relations with the Reformers, 37; appoints
Baldwin, Rolph, and Dunn to the Council, 38; their resignation, 41;
quarrels with Reform party, 41-42; dissolves Assembly and throws his
influence on Tory side in the elections, 41-42; wins the election, 42;
his Tory Parliament, 62; attitude towards colonial self-government, 64;
Draper a member of his Council, 77; compared to Bagot, 151. (Egerton Ryerson era) His
instructions, 112; his conciliatory promises not fulfilled, 113; end of
his administration, 114; advances funds to Upper Canada Academy,
142-143. (Lord Elgin era) An unfortunate choice as governor, 1; and the Upper Canada
Rebellion, 22. =Bib.=: Works: Narrative; The Emigrant; Journeys in
the Pampas and Andes; Life of Bruce, the Traveller; Life of Burgoyne.
For biog., see Morgan, Cel. Can.; Dict. Nat. Biog.; Read,
Lieutenant-Governors of Upper Canada and Rebellion of 1837; Dent,
Can. Por. and Upper Canadian Rebellion; Lizars, Humours of '37;
Fitz Gibbon, A Veteran of 1812; Robinson, Sir John Beverley
Robinson; Ryerson, Story of my Life; Egerton and Grant, Canadian
Constitutional Development; Durham, Report; Lord Glenelg's
Despatches to Sir F.B. Head, London, 1839.
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