4 edition of Correspondence with the Lieut. governor of the province of New Brunswick found in the catalog.
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Correspondence with the Lieut. governor of the province of New Brunswick by Maine. Governor, (John Fairfield), edition, in English $ 1 New from $ Correspondence with the Lieut.
governor of the province of New Brunswick. This book, "Correspondence", by John Fairfield, is a replication of a book There is also a copy of the Index to New Brunswick Land Grants from (Hannay papers, MSS.
room.) This index is alphabetically arranged, with page reference. It contains 64 foolscap papers of lists of names of persons to whom grants were made. It contains a great number of names of Loyalists and will be of value in making a New Brunswick :// The Province of New Brunswick was, inin a very defenceless condition, and unprepared to resist the attacks of an invading or marauding force.
The Sixth Regiment of foot, then stationed in the Province, was to be withdrawn, and the provincial militia was only partially organized and ://?culture=en-CA.
Full text of "The correspondence of Lieut. Governor John Graves Simcoe: with allied documents relating to his administration of the government of Upper Canada" See other formats Full text of "Correspondence relating to the great seal of the Province of Nova Scotia " See other formats A new militia act was passed which gave the Governor authority to enroll 1, rank and file from the militia regiments of the Province, each of whom was to receive a bounty of £5.
The members of this force were to be subject to the provisions of the mutiny act, and might be called upon to serve in any part of the British North American :// BOOK - History of New Brunswick.
Two Volumes in One By: James Hannay Originally published by John A. Bowes, St. John, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton (CD ) History of New Brunswick is the definitive book on the early history and settlement of the Canadian province of New Brunswick up to Hannay deals In the yearthe present limits of New-Brunswick were divided from Nova-Scotia, and a separate Charter of a Constitution was granted to the Province, under Governor Carleton, with a Council composed of the following gentlemen:— Beverley Robinson, Gabriel G.
Ludlow, George D. Ludlow, Abijah Willard, Jonathan Odell, James Putnam, Joshua The settlement of the Loyalists in Nova Scotia and the subsequent territorial divisions creating New Brunswick and Cape Breton, are subjects taken up in the context of my larger history.
John Parr arrived at Halifax "with Lady Parr and family"6 on October 5th, It is to be remembered that since Legge had gone back to England inthe This rare volume illustrates early settlement and historical events of the southwestern portion of Upper Canada, that later became part of the province of Ontario in Contents include.
CHAPTER I.—" The Finest Forest in the World CHAPTER II.— Talbot's Family and Early Life CHAPTER III.— Talbot and Governor Simcoe CHAPTER Correspondence addressed to the Right Revd. Lewis, Bishop of Ontario, and others, (through the Ottawa Press) [electronic resource]: on the subject of the romanizing and ritualistic practices and teaching of the Church of England, and the Reformed Episcopal Church, now firmly established in Ottawa, and Moncton, New ?.
Father Le Loutre's War (–), also known as the Indian War, the Micmac War and the Anglo-Micmac War, took place between King George's War and the French and Indian War in Acadia and Nova Scotia.
On one side of the conflict, the British and New England colonists were led by British Officer Charles Lawrence and New England Ranger John the other side, Father Jean-Louis Le 's_War.
My two-week book tour through the three Canadian Maritime provinces was a wonderful experience, and exceeded all expectations in publicizing “The Bravest Canadian — Fritz Peters VC: The Making of a Hero of Two World Wars“ throughout New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, as well as Prince Edward Island, where Fritz was born and his story is best Home» Original Correspondence: America and West Indies: Selections (CO5 expresses gratitude for a proposal for him to act as governor of a new province to be erected between the rivers Saco [New Hampshire] and St.
Croix [border of present-day New Brunswick and Maine]. (Selections) Vol. Copies of Lieut. Burgoyne’s How to Address a Lieutenant Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Lieutenant. Governor.
It has been said the Lieutenant Governor of a US state should be addressed as Governor just as a Lt. Colonel is addressed as Colonel. People want to address the Lt. Gov. with the whole title of "Lieutenant Governor", however, that is very THE war which broke out between France and England, at this time, and which finally involved nearly every European nation, excited a good deal of alarm in New Brunswick.
The Province was almost wholly without defences, and the regular troops in it were needed :// Colonial Office: Lower Canada and Upper Canada [electronic resource]: further copies or extracts of correspondence relative to the affairs of Lower Canada and Upper Canada, Lower Canada, Upper Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island: presented by Her Majesty's command, in continuation of papers presented to Parliament on the ?key=Great Britain.
Colonial Office. Correspondence with the Lieut. governor of the province of New Brunswick (]) Emigration papers for the working classes First report on the geological survey of the province of New-Brunswick () Foot-prints, or, Incidents in early history of New Brunswick () HISTORY OF SACKVILLE NEW BRUNSWICK by DR.
WILLIAM COCHRAN MILNER Historian, and Former Dominion Archivist () Originally published in by The Tribune Press, Ltd., Printers & Publishers, Sackville, New Brunswick [EDITOR'S NOTE: When "(sic)" is used in the text, it was put there by the original author and not by us.] CHAPTER ://:Sackville,_New_Brunswick.
Records and manuscripts formerly with the New Brunswick Legislative Library have also been transferred to the archives. Materials used in the preparation of vol.
X include: Department of Justice, Probate Court records. Lieutenant governor’s letter book, – New Lieut. Governor and Commander in Chief over the Province of New Brunswick There is even a guy that wrote a book on the New Jersey Loyalist’s and Major Ward’s men. I happen to get a hold of this guy and this is what he e-mailed to me yesterday.
Keep in mind what Michael Hawkins wrote in his ://?mv. MR. COSTIGAN explained that the object of the Bill was to do away with the law that now existed.
That demanded that candidates offering to serve in the General Assembly of the Province should possess real estate to the value of £ the true principle, which it was the object of the Bill to establish, was, that the choice of representatives should be left to the ://