Canadian History Dictionary Lake Champlain
Plan des Terres des Environs du Fort St. Frederic.
Born at Bordeaux, Jan. 30, 1703; son of Louis-Amable
See Aubert de la Chesnaye.
La Barre Joseph Antoine Lefebvre De
Governor of La Guyane in 1665;
and in 1682 arrived in Quebec a...
On Milbank Sound, British Columbia. =Index=: (Sir James Douglas...
(Wilmot era) Appointed to Legislative Council, New Brunswick,
Index : Bishop Laval Era Mission Established At 11
Allouez Father Claude
Came to Quebec, 1657. Left for the West, 1665.
Laboured for tw...
Ste Croix River
Also known as Schoodiac and Passamaquoddy. Rises in
Macdonald Donald Alexander 1816-1896 Born In St Raphael's
Quebec. Engaged in business as railway contractor. Represented ...
(Bishop Laval era) Clerk of Ecclesiastical Court, arrested, 163...
Index : Bishop Laval Era Acting Governor Of Montreal 223 Succeeds Callieres As
governor, 235. (Count Frontenac era) Acts as chief of staff to ...
A member of the Society of Jesus. =Index=: (Count Frontenac era...
Huddy Captain Joshua
(Lord Dorchester era) Hanging of, 198.
(Tilley era) Candidate in St. John County, New Brunswick. 85,
Newspaper, published at Toronto. =Index=: (George Brown Era) Fo...
Jarvis W B
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) Loyalists retreat under, 373.
Opened 1668, in a house belonging to the widow of
(Count Frontenac era) Recollet, preaches funeral sermon on Fron...
Area, 260,862 square miles. Formerly Upper Canada. As a
Index : Joseph Howe Era Appointed Solicitor-general 1834 57 Becomes Member Of
Executive and Legislative Councils, 1838, 57; leader of party opposed to
responsible government, 58; his birth, ancestry, and character, 58; Sir
Colin Campbell's chief adviser, 71; obnoxious to the Liberals, 71;
opposes Howe's views as to responsibility of ministers to the Assembly,
75; makes public declaration as to dual responsibility of ministers, to
the governor and the Legislature, 76; joins the Baptists, 77-78; defends
denominational schools, 83; the election of 1843, 85-86; W. B. Almon
called to Executive and Legislative Councils, 86-87; secures majority in
new Legislature, 87; contest with Howe, 89-90; makes speech against
Howe, 98; carries measure for simultaneous polling, 104; resigns with
his government, 1848, 107; member of Railway Convention at Portland,
1850, 121; opposes government railways, 144; moves vote of want of
confidence, 165, 167; forms new government, 167; his party defeated in
elections of 1859, 168; the chief-justiceship, 168; leader of the
opposition, 171; becomes attorney-general in 1863, and judge in Equity,
1864, 172; favours Confederation, 174; introduces bill prohibiting sale
of intoxicants to Indians, 247-248. (Tilley era) Advocates Confederation in Nova
Scotia Assembly, in 1854, 62. =Bib.=: Saunders, Three Premiers of Nova
Scotia; Campbell, History of Nova Scotia; Bourinot, Builders of Nova
Scotia; Rattray, The Scot in British North America; Rose, Cyc. Can.
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