Canadian History Dictionary Great Mohawk Grand Agnie
(Count Frontenac era) Christian Mohawk leader, 246.
One of the tribes of the Iroquois confederacy. Parkman gives
(Lord Elgin era) Member of the Parti Rouge, 108.
Eldest daughter of Louis Hebert, Quebec; married to
Buade Henri De
(Count Frontenac era) Father of Frontenac, 61.
French seaport, on the Atlantic, long a stronghold of the
Newspaper published at Montreal. =Index=: (Baldwin / La Fontain...
Anglin Timothy Warren 1822-1886 Born In Ireland Came To St John
New Brunswick, 1849. Established Weekly Freeman that year. Elec...
Wentworth Sir John 1737-1820 Born In Portsmouth New Hampshire
Educated at Harvard. In 1765 went to England as agent of the pr...
Van Horne Sir William Cornelius 1843- Born In Will County
Illinois. Educated at the common schools. In 1857 entered the r...
(Lord Dorchester era) Their grievances, 5. (John Graves Simcoe ...
Copenhagen Battle Of 1801 General Brock Era Description Of 25-31 Bombardment
of, and capture of Danish fleet, 106.
(Lord Dorchester era) Loyalists, 202.
Warner Seth 1743-1784 Born In Roxbury Connecticut At The
outbreak of the American Revolution, joined the ranks of the pa...
Blue Archibald 1840- Born In Orford Ontario From 1867 To 1881
engaged in journalism. In 1882 appointed secretary of the Ontar...
Came to Nova Scotia with Governor Cornwallis, 1749.
Map Of Part Of Canada From Bay De La Val And Island Of Barnaby In The
River St. Lawrence to the Lakes Huron and Erie. For the use of ...
(Bishop Laval era) Describes church at Montreal, 89.
Bernard Hewitt 1825-1893 Entered The Canadian Public Service
1858; deputy-minister of justice, 1867; resigned, 1876. In 1872...
Gosford Archibald Acheson Second Earl Of 1775?-1849
Governor-general of Canada, 1835-1838. =Index=: (Louis Joseph P...
Index : Louis Joseph Papineau Eragovernor-general Of Canada 27 His Prejudice Against
French-Canadians, 28; suppresses Le Canadien, and sends its
contributors to jail, 28-29; advises that bishop of Quebec be deprived
of appointment of parish priests, suspension of constitution of 1791,
union of Upper and Lower Canada, and confiscation of Sulpicians'
estates, 29, 159; his administration, 30-31. (General Brock era) Governor-general and
commander-in-chief, 90, 91; distrusts French-Canadians, 91; changes name
"Brock's battery" to "King's battery," 94; his hesitation as to issuing
arms to French-Canadian militia, 102, 103; gives his reasons, 103; his
speech at opening of Legislature conciliatory, 104; cancels commissions
of Lieutenant-Colonel J. A. Panet and others, 105; dissolves Assembly,
116; popular with the Anti-Canadian party, 116; calls for
reinforcements, 118; uses military labour in road making, 125; dissolves
the Assembly, 127; seizes Canadien newspaper and arrests its
proprietors, 127; makes other arrests in Montreal district, 128; his
proclamation defending British government, 128; sends Ryland to London,
129; expresses very unfavourable opinion of French-Canadians, 129;
praises Legislative Council, 130; releases Bedard, 145; breakdown of his
health, 147, 155; gives his favourite horse "Alfred" to Brock, 156;
leaves Canada, 156; appearance and character, 156. (Lord Elgin era) His shortcomings
as a colonial governor, 1, 19. (Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) His "blundering patriotism" as
governor, 17. =Bib.=: Rattray, The Scot in British North America;
Dict. Eng. Hist.; Dict. Nat. Biog.; Morgan, Cel. Can.; Christie,
History of Lower Canada.
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