Canadian History Dictionary Ogden Charles Richard 1791-1866 Son Of Following Studied Law And
called to the bar, 1812; elected to the Assembly for Three Rive...
Aguesseau Henri-francois 1668-1751 Studied Law Appointed Third
barrister of the Parliament of Paris, 1690; and attorney-genera...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Under British rule, 64-81; Haldim...
Lyons Richard Bickerton Pemell Earl 1817-1887 British
diplomatist. =Index=: (George Brown Era) British ambassador at ...
Newspaper, published by William Lyon Mackenzie.
Gage Thomas 1721-1787 Fought Under Braddock At Monongahela 1755
and under Abercrombie at Ticonderoga, 1758. Took part in the ca...
Martin Charles Amador
(Samuel de Champlain era) Priest, 146.
Efforts were made from time to time by Canada, between
(Tilley era) Postmaster-general, 51.
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Battle of, 108.
Campbell Major William
(Lord Dorchester era) His correspondence with General Wayne,
Justices Of The Peace
Du Parc Jean Godet Sieur
(Samuel de Champlain era) Comes to Canada, 47; left in charge
Born in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, 1827. Studied law
and called ...
Presented by Joseph Howe before the Assembly of
Nova Scotia in...
(Bishop Laval era) On the zeal of the missionaries, 61.
Le Borgne De Belle Isle Emmanuel
(Samuel de Champlain era) Takes Fort St. Pierre, 236.
Guilford Frederick North Second Earl Of 1732-1792 Entered
Parliament, 1754; chancellor of the exchequer 1767; premier, 17...
Born in England. Came to Montreal, and engaged in the
Vincent John 1765-1848 Born In England In 1781 Entered The Army
as ensign, and promoted lieutenant the same year. In 1786 capta...
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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