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Letter to the Hon. Francis Hincks

being a review of his reply to Mr. Howe"s speech on the organization of the empire

by Joseph Howe

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Published by J. & W. Compton in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[Joseph Howe]
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 48037, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 48037
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (15 fr.).
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24639444M
ISBN 100665480377

[] Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Webster's speech by Jay, William, [] Rightful remedy. Addressed to the slaveholders of the South, The by Bryan, Edward B. available in print [] Correspondence between Francis Granger and Washington Hunt. by Granger, Francis. The Appendices, which include many names and lists of names, are not indexed. From the book: "The Appendices are not indexed, but names contained in them may readily be found under their appropriate headings. Colonel Thomas Talbot's name appears so constantly throughout the book that it is unnecessary to include it in the Index".

Full text of "A Legal Hand-book and Law-list for the Dominion of Canada and a Book of " See other formats. Ryerson’s letter and the ensuing debate in the provincial press “thrilled the Methodist mind in the Francis Hincks, worried about the Methodist vote, was prepared to bury the political enmity of the mid s. Some of his more important and representative works are: Letters from the Reverend Egerton Ryerson to the Hon. and Reverend.

  Sir Francis Hincks was gazetted on Saturday last as Minister of Finance, in the place of the Hon. John Rose, resigned. The subscriptions to the Victoria College endowment fund already exceed $57, Mr. C. B. Genest is elected to the Legislative Assembly for Three Rivers by a majority of In addition to the works mentioned in the biography itself, Alexander Tilloch Galt is the author of The Saint Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad: a letter to the chairman and the deputy chairman of the North American Colonial Association (London, ); Speech of the Hon. A. T.


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Francis Hincks / ([Toronto?: s.n.], ), by George Case and Francis Hincks (page images at HathiTrust) Intoxicating liquors (Licences refused). Robert Baldwin ( – December 9, ) was a Canadian lawyer and politician who, with his political partner Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine, led the first responsible ministry in Canada.

"Responsible Government" marked the country's democratic independence, without a revolution, although not without violence. This achievement also included the introduction of municipal government, the Born:York, Upper Canada. In the debate oi the 13th February, the Hon. Francis Hincks, Insjtector General, thus defended the Rebellion of and — " The hon.

frentk'mati had shown great indij^nation a^,;iinst those inilividual.i who hud taken up tirms in 18;57 andbut he would a.!; who was respousi- sible for dislLU'banees, but the hon. tfentleman opjio. Inthe Barbados Agricultural Society sent a letter to Sir Francis Hincks requesting his private and public views on whether the Dominion of Canada would favourably entertain having the then colony of Barbados admitted as a member of the Canadian Confederation.

Asked from Canada were the terms of the Canadian side to initiate discussions. The petition was forwarded for presentation to Viscount Goderich and the Hon. Stanley, from each of whom Dr.

Baldwin duly received replies. A quotation from the letter sent by Stanley, who became shortly afterwards colonial secretary, may serve to show to how great an extent the British statesmen of the period failed to grasp the position.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Sir Francis Hincks died August 18tli,after a long, active and useful life. His Reminiscences of his Public published inis precisely one of those books which it is greatly to be desired that men who have taken a large part in public affairs would more frequently give to the world.

Hon. Tilley in the absence of the Hon. Sir Francis Hincks, presented the eleventh report of the Committee on Public Accounts, containing the following resolution adopted by the Committee—That as it appears there are great irregularities in the return of mileage, in some cases amounting to a difference of miles with the members residing in the same place, the attention of both Houses.

Sir Francis Hincks says: "All Sir Charles Metcalfe's correspondence prior to his departure from England is indicative of a feeling that he was going on a forlorn hope expedition," and Hincks adds that such language can be explained only on the assumption that he was sent out for the purpose of overthrowing responsible government.

It is. Lieutenant Governor Cornelius Hendricksen Kortright, forwarded by Francis Hincks, Governor of Windward Islands, Grenada 5, Folios [Reference: CO //5] In this George Gun Munro was listed as Immigration Agent, receiving £ plus £80 allowence per annum, a civil worker for the Grenada House of Assembly.

It proved the critical step in securing passage in of a bill devised by Francis Hincks* stipulating that the Canadian government would guarantee payment of the interest on half the bonds of any railway with a line more than 75 miles in length, provided half of it had already been built.

letter to the chairman and the deputy chairman of. Within a few years after the chartering of some of these initial railway projects, their promoters had transferred to themselves from the treasury of the Government of the Province of Canada, then composed of Ontario and Quebec, the aggregate of nearly $22, The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections.

Therefore, it does not license or charge permission fees for use of such material and cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material. A letter to the "Venerable Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts," dated October 5,states: "We could not have gone through with our undertaking butfor entering into an agreement with the people on the lower end of Philipse Patent, that if they would join with us in the building of St.

Peter's Church, and in the. This book is the story of Colonel Talbot and his settlement as written by Edward Ermatinger prior to Written historical accounts are always presented from an author's viewpoint. That viewpoint may or may not necessarily be an accurate or fair interpretation of fact.Inhe sold his book, stationery, and drug business and in purchased the homestead of the Hon.

James Harvey Price, where he resided until his death in After the ownership of the Toronto Examiner was transferred inJoseph Lesslie () was appointed Postmaster of Toronto, a position he held until Francis Wayland Prize ().

Gift from Francis Wayland, M.A. Hon.dean of the Law School from to For the student showing greatest proficiency in preparing and presenting a case in negotiation, arbitration, and litigation.

Non-endowed Prizes. The Law School has the following non-endowed prize funds.