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Seigneurs, privileges of, 50, 51.

(See Tenure of Land.) Seigneurial Tenure, 50, 262. Selkirk, Earl of, 192-195.

Seminary, Quebec, founded, 46. Semple, Robert, murdered, 194. Senecas (Iroquois), 62.

Separate Schools, 263, 264, 331-334.

Settlements, first in Canada, 51; in Upper Canada, 138; in New Brunswick, 138.

" Shannon," The, 179, 180.

Seven Oaks, 194.

Sheaffe, General, 176, 178. Sherbrooke, Sir J., 210. Ship-building, 198, 239, 289, 382. Shipwrecks, great, 348.

Shirley, Governor, 81, 92.

Simcce, Colonel, 159-162.

Simpson, Sir George, 196.

Slaves, 107, 152, 159, 166; trade

in, 250, 251; importation for-

bidden, 159; set free, 166. Smith, Goldwin, 388.

Smith, Governor, 199.

Smyth, General, 176.

South African War, 337, 338. Stadacona, 13,

Stamp Act, 119.

Stanley, Lord, 328.

St. Albans, raid on, 267.

St. Ann's. (See Fredericton.) St. Benoit, 221.

St. Castin, Baron de, 65.

St. Charles, 218.

St. Croix, settlement at, 18.

St. Denis, 218, 221.

St. Eustache, 221.

St. John. (See Prince Edward Island.)

St. John, N.B. (Parrtown), 142. St. John's, Newfoundland, 71, 200. St. John's, Quebec, 124.

St. Pierre, 113.

Steamboats, 240, 264, 290. Stefansson, V., 347.

Stoney Creek, battle of, 179. Strachan, Dr., 204.

Strange, General, 323.

Stratheona, Lord, 301, 325, $40; death of, 350.

Subercase, 64.

Submarine cable, first, 292.

Sulte, Benjamin, 388.

Supreme Court, 311.

Sydenham, Lord (C. P. Thompson), 229-232.

Tache, Bishop, 302, 303,

Tache, Sir Etienne, 272.

Tadousac, 66.

Talon, Intendant, 50.53, 108. Tariff, Preferential, 336, 337, 339. Taxation, 108, 158, 167, 253, 258,

313, 334.

Taxation of (old) British Colonies, 122, 123.

Teachers sent to South Africa, 338. Tecumseh, 173, 184.

Telegraph lines, 290, 292, 386. Telephones, 386.

Temperance, 46, 107, 155, 244, 311; legislation, 371. (See Brandy Traffic.)

Temple, Sir Thomas, 42, 65.

Tenure of land in Lower Canada, 50, 51, 262.

Thayendanegea. (See Brant.) Thompson, C. P. (See Lord Sydenham. )

Thompson, David, 191. Thompson-Seton, Ernest, 388. Thompson, Sir John, 329; death

of, 330.

Thorpe, Judge, 169.

Ticonderoga, 96, 97, 124, 131. Tilley, Sir Leonard, 283.

Tonty, 59.

Toronto (York), fort at, 79; capital of Upper Canada, 161; taken by Americans, 178, 183; incorporated, 207; threatened by rebels, 219, 220.

Trade, in early times, 46, 108; English laws, 130; unfair laws, 133, 145, 147; in New Bruns. wick, 165, 198; in Nova Scotia, 1.97; in Lower Canada, 209; in Upper Canada, 215, 239; Bonaparte interferes with, 170, 171; greater freedom of, 253, 258; increase in, 260, 267, 290, 316, 344.

Traill, Mrs. C. P., 242.

Transvaal Colony, 340.

Travelling, means of, 107, 137, 155, 240, 290.

Treaties with Indians, 72, 195, 313.

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, 85. Treaty, Ashburton, 250.

Treaty (Peace) of Breda, 42, 65. Treaty, commercial, with France, 336.

Treaty (Peace) of Ghent, 190. Treaty, Jay, 161.

Treaty of Oregon, 252, 270.


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