Walker Thomas

(Lord Dorchester era) Magistrate, strong anti-military feeling of, 18;

assault upon, 20; inquiry made into affair without result, 21; certain

persons accused of participation in, 36; complaint carried by Walker to

England, 37; secretary of state's despatch on the subject, 37; accused

parties brought to trial and acquitted, 38; insolent conduct of, in

court, 38. (Lord Dorchester era) Agitates against Quebec Act, 79; treasonable

correspondence of, with Arnold, 86; entertains Franklin and Carrol,

American commissioners, 136; Franklin's opinion of, 136. =Bib.=:

Bradley, The Making of Canada.