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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bore, yn gweled y rhaiadrau a elwir y Trenton Falls, ar afon y Canada ] Creek. Golygfeydd rhamantus iawn. Gwlaw trwm t] yn cynorthwyo yr ardderchawgrwydd i ddangos ei 0 huu. Y mae y rhai hyn yn bump mewnurhif (pedwar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Review, yr hwn a gychwynwyd gan Dr. Chalmers. Fe ddafonwyd pedair mi a bobl oir wlad hon i Canada gan Gymdeithas Ymfudol y Trefedigaethau. Mae Mr. W. H. Gladstone wedi rhoddi ei le i fyny dros Whitby, ac wedi ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fwriedid i'r ynys hono.' Nid oedd yn .bwriadu edrych arni fel trefedigaeth yn yr un berthvnas ao a ddaliai Canada i Loegr, ond yn ytrach fel talaeth Yspaemaidd. Con demniai gaethwasiaeth, a dywedai y rhaid ei ddiddvmu yn raddol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am e hanfon i chwi, Mr. Gol., i'w cyhoeddi yn y GoLxuAD. 1. Ymweliad y Parch. John Jones, Brock- ville, Canada, America, ft'r Cyfarfod Misol. Y Parch. John Williams, Llanerchymedd, wrth ei gyflwyno i r sylw a ddywedai fod yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23c; barateuluaidd, o $sc i 6Oe. y 4 pwp.S. Dywedir y bydd i Columbia Brydeinig gael ei chy- bylltny thiriogantl Canada e inan Y mae weril Granvilla wedi cyshwyin trafod~aeth j/r ysgrifenydd Treadiadh~li' pewy hww.Yr anig rwystr cydd r y Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 1st October 1834

    us all his plans of the immense work he undertook of constructing the Rideau Canal in Canada . They were 6 years in Canada and have returned now nearly two years. They have two daughters, Esther and Harriet. We came

    Wednesday 1st October 1834

    us all his plans of the immense work he undertook of constructing the Rideau Canal in Canada . They were 6 years in Canada and have returned now nearly two years. They have two daughters, Esther and Harriet. We came

    Tuesday 3rd October 1837

    Melbourne came to me and stayed with me till 5 m. to 2. He read to me some Despatches from Canada which are not very satisfactory. Saw Princess Augusta. At ½ p.3 I rode out with Mamma, Lord Melbourne, Lord

    Tuesday 3rd October 1837

    H. Wheatley . At ½ p. 12 Ld Melbourne came to me, & read me some Despatches from Canada , which are not very satisfactory. - At ½ p. 3 I rode out with Mama, Mrs & Miss Cavendish ,

    Monday 13th November 1837

    me till 17 m. p.1. Talked over many things. Saw Lord Glenelg and spoke to him about the affairs of Canada . Walked. Lord Melbourne sent me a note from Lord Palmerston to him, who announced the death of his

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 August 1715, 2 August 1715

    then repofed in him, advife Her Majefty to " confent to the making an Expedition for the con- " quering Canada, and the City of Qucbeck, on the lt River of Saint Laurence, in North America : And, in '" Subscribers-only content

    3 September 1715, 3 September 1715

    Eleven, on account of Arms, " Accoutrements, Goods, and Merchandize, faid to be " fent on the faid Expedition to Canada : But he faith, " That he was fo far from advifing Her late Majefty " that the faid Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1731, 14 April 1731

    m New York, as far as the fame relates to the Naviga- tbe Sugar Co- tion of the River of Canada. After hearing Counfel, as well Yeflerday as this' upon the Petition and Appeal of Silence Folkes Widow,Lewis: Executrix and Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1731, 27 April 1731

    4'Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 689 Importing Goods into Iieland, not enumerated, BUI» PRAYERS. Meffage to H. C. with Amendments to it. Hodie z*'mce leäa eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " importing, from HisMajefty's Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1732, 27 March 1732

    Arch. Ebor. by William Burnet Efquire, deceafed, fo far as the fame relates to the Navigation of the River of Canada. peal, Refp dtnt ' dead. on .-A Petition of Arthur Stafford Efquire and Sufanna his Wife, was prefentcd to Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BISSHOPP, Cecil (1783-1813).

    1 Ft. Gds. 1799, lt. and capt. 1800, maj. 1812, brevet lt.-col. 1812; inspecting field officer of militia in Canada 1812. Biography In 1807 Bisshopp, following in his father’s footsteps, contested New Shoreham, but was defeated. He had to wait

    DRUMMOND, John (1754-1835), of Lennoch and Megginch, Perth.

    5 July 1786 1790 Biography As a youth John Drummond went to Canada where his father had settled in 1765, as distributor of stamps and Quebec agent for Fludyer, Adam Drummond and Franks, contractors for victualling the troops in North

    LABOUCHERE, Henry (1798-1869), of 4 Hamilton Place, Piccadilly, Mdx.

    dominant religion there". He defended the grant for military works in Canada, 7 July, recognizing the need for prudent precautions against American attack and declaring that "if we lose Canada, we shall most assuredly lose New Brunswick and Nova Scotia,

    SIMCOE, John Graves (1752-1806), of Wolford Lodge, nr. Honiton, Devon.

    was appointed lieutenant-governor of Canada under Lord Dorchester. He had already been picked by Lord Grenville for the post when the division of Canada into two provinces was proposed. He arrived at Newark, capital of Upper Canada, which had been

    LORAINE SMITH, Charles (1751-1835), of Enderby Hall, nr. Leicester

    he voted for Pitt’s plan of parliamentary reform. Four other speeches by him are reported: two on India, one on Canada, and one for the abolition of the slave trade.[footnote] He voted with Pitt on the Regency; and did not

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Northern Lights Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Joined the Grand Lodge of Newfoundland and Labrador at its formation on 1st November 1997 Meeting Places Wabush, Newfoundland and Labrador Province , Canada 1965 The Lodge Room , Wabush, Labrador Province , Canada 1994

    Cabot Lodge

    0 Notes (1): Became Cabot Lodge No. 13 on the formation of the Grand Lodge of Newfoundland and Labrador on 1st November 1997 Meeting Places Channel, Colony of Newfoundland 1945Channel, Newfoundland, Canada 1950 New Masonic Temple, Channel, Newfoundland, Canada 1964

    Clarenville Lodge

    (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased on order to join the Grand Lodge of Newfoundland and Labrador upon its creation on 1st November 1997 Meeting Places The Lodge Room , Clarenville , Newfoundland , Canada 1995 , Clarenville, Newfoundland, Canada 1973

    West Gate Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased on order to join the Grand Lodge of Newfoundland and Labrador upon its creation on 1st November 1997 Meeting Places Bennett Hall , Corner Brook, Bay of Islands , Newfoundland, Canada 1951

    Lewisporte Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Joined the Grand Lodge of Newfoundland and Labrador on its formation 1st November 1997 Meeting Places Lewisporte, Dominion of Newfoundland 1948 Lewisporte, Newfoundland, Canada 1950

 

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