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  • Declaration of Independence of Lower Canada  (1838)  by Robert Nelson 253686Declaration of Independence of Lower Canadaby Robert Nelson1838 DECLARATION
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  • Author:Louis-Joseph Papineau (category Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada)
    jpg17861871Lawyer, Member and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada, leader of the reformist Parti patriote in this province. Letter from
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  • Author:Robert Nelson (1794-1873) (category Canadian authors)
    notable figure in the Lower Canada Rebellion in 19th century Quebec (Lower Canada). Declaration of Independence of Lower Canada (1838) Edition translated
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  • 1831), a notary, being a member of the first legislative assembly for Lower Canada, established in 1791. Papineau was educated at the seminary of Quebec
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  • Author:John George Lambton (category Lieutenant Governors of Lower Canada)
    503197Q336437John George LambtonJohn GeorgeLambtonLambton,_John GeorgeJohn George Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham by Thomas Phillips.jpg17921840The 1st Earl
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  • Upper Canada Building Fund. Lunatic Asylums. Normal School. Court Houses in Aylmer. Montreal. Kamouraska. (Lower Canada.) Law Society, Upper Canada. Montreal
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  • Declaration of Independence (Israel) Declaration of Independence of Lower Canada Declaration of Independence of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
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  • attorney-general of Lower Canada. In 1800 he was made by Sir Robert Shore Milnes assistant-secretary to the government of Lower Canada, and, shortly after
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  • Upper Canada Building Fund. Lunatic Asylums. Normal School. Court Houses in Aylmer. Montreal. Kamouraska. (Lower Canada.) Law Society, Upper Canada.
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  • born at St. Antoine, on the Chambly river, in the county of Verchères, Lower Canada, on 6 Sept. 1814. He received his education at the college of St. Sulpice
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  • vigorously championed the cause of the French Canadians, and in 1818 he was elected member of the assembly of Lower Canada for the county of Quebec. He held his
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  • went to Canada in 1822 as private secretary to Sir Francis Burton, and in 1825 was appointed Assistant-Secretary to the Government of Lower Canada. Two years
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  • (1794–1873), physician and a notable figure in the Lower Canada Rebellion in 19th century Quebec (Lower Canada) Robert William Nelson (1912–1935), American
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  • British North America Act, 1867 (category British law affecting Canada)
    Provinces of Upper Canada, Lower Canada, Canada, Nova Scotia, or New Brunswick, before the Union, or of the Parliament of Canada after the Union:
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  • times Attorney-General of Lower Canada: in 1856, in 1857, with the leadership of his province; in 1858 as Premier of Canada, and in 1864. After the confederation
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  • HYPOLITE, first baronet (1807–1864), Canadian statesman, born at Boucherville, in the county of Chambly, Lower Canada, in October 1807, was the third son
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  • Contents Lord Durham's Commission Report: Intoductory Lower Canada Upper Canada The Eastern Provinces and Newfoundland Public Lands Emigration
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  • Author:Ezekiel Hart (category Members of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada)
    times by the voters of Trois-Rivières to the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. Francophone members consistently prevented him from taking his seat
    988 bytes (146 words) - 09:17, 29 August 2015
  • Author:Thomas Storrow Brown (category Canadian authors)
    the leaders of the reformist Parti patriote in the late province of Lower Canada (today Quebec). 1837 and my connection with it (1869) Brief Sketch of
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