Canadian History Dictionary Confederation
The first definite step in the movement looking towards
Bib : Morgan Can Men Hopkins D'alton Mccarthy In Men Of The
(John Graves Simcoe era) Commands boat sent to meet Prince Edwa...
One of the provisional districts carved out of the
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Sulpician priest, banished for di...
Stisted Sir Henry William
Educated at Sandhurst and entered the army
as ensign, 1835. Se...
Thurlow Edward Baron 1731-1806 Born In Norfolk England Entered
Parliament for Tamworth, 1768. In 1770 appointed solicitor-gene...
Born in New England. Engaged in the fur trade west of
Born in France. Governor of Placentia, Newfoundland,
Riviere Aux Raisins
(John Graves Simcoe era) Boundary of territory dependent on Det...
Index : General Brock Era Lieutenant-governor Of Upper Canada 8 78 His Civil And
military service, 78; arms supplied to, 97; arrives at Quebec f...
A village in Bellechasse County, on the St. Lawrence.
(General Brock era) Younger brother of Brock, 15; gallant condu...
(Bishop Laval era) Settlement of Christian Indians at, 74. (Wol...
Lynch John Joseph 1816-1888 Born Near Clones Ireland Studied In
Dublin, and entered the Lazarist order. Came to America in 1847...
(Count Frontenac era) Town-major of Quebec, 257; strengthens de...
Index : Sir Frederick Haldimand Era Incorporated In Indian Confederacy 148 Bib : See
Iroquois; Six Nations.
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Vessel in which Haldimand embarke...
Fenety George E
(Wilmot era) On Wilmot, 131.
On north shore of the St. Lawrence, above Murray Bay.
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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