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INDEX.

ABBOTT, Sic .b ox, premier, 3:33.

Abennakis, I I (note), 16, 47, 5o. 53, AbercronIhie repulsed at Ticonderoga, 80. Abenleeu, Eat-I o1, xov ernur, 333. Aaufians, tinder Liiitish rule, 57, 58, 63, 68-70, 72, 79 ; expulsion of, 71, 72, 79, . Acadia, origin of the name, 8 ; extent of, 15 ; French settlements in, 15-17, 21, 22,

  1. 32, 44; fur trade of, 8; 17, '21, '22, 30-

  2. 44, 45; fisheries of, 4, 8, 21, 22, 30, 32; the Hundred Associates in, 29-32; captured by Sedgwick, 31; population of, 32, 44, 58, 68; and New England, 17,

  3. 45, 48, 50, 51, 53-55, 63, 64, 66, 71 Phips' expedition against, 48; taken by the British, 54, 55 ; ceded to Great Britain, 56 ; French abandon all claims to, 94. (See Acadia ns and Nova Scotia.) Administration of Justice during French regime, 33, 37, 62 ; during military period, 88, 91 ; under king's proclamation, 96-98; under Quebec Act, 100, 117, 120; under Constitutional Act, 1791—in Lower Canada, 130, 131, 142, 196, 197, 200, 207-209, 211, 213; in Upper Canada, 130, 131, 149, 152, 190, 197, 199, 201; in Maritime Provinces, 201 ; in North-West (early), 236, '237, 299; in British Columbia (early), 304.

Agriculture, 10, 11, 16, 20, 24, 29, 30, 36, 37, 44, 57, 58, 61, 62, 75, 98, 99, 102, 103, 105, 118, 126, 131-135, 157, 158, 178-182, 223, 226, 231, 236, 251, 252, 277, 278, 283, 286, 29)), 297, 300, 335, 337.

Aix-la-Chapelle, Peace of, 66.

Alaska, 142, 233, 234, 339, 340.

?/panel, Father, reaches Hudson Bay, 39. Albany, 25, 38, 40 50, 52, 53, 73, 74. Algonquins,9-1.5 'tribaldivisions,l1(note). Allan, Ethan, se) vs Fort Ticonderoga... 4

Crown Point. p8; captured at Mont-real, 109.

American Revo:'Ition, 106-117.

Amherst, Sir Trey, 78; secures Lake Champlain, 8: -(83; takes Montreal, 89, 90.

Annapolis, 55, 57, 33. (See Port Royal.) Anville, Duc d', disaster to French fleet under, 64.

Appointments to off   question of, 268,
272, 273.

Argall, Samuel, destrr Port Royal, 17. Arnold, Benedict, seiz, "it. John's, 108; besieges Quebec, 11, 112 ; abandons Montreal, 113 ; defeated nn Lake Champlain, 114.

Ashburton Treaty, 264.

Assemblies, early colonial, 1/1113''i 189, 190.

Assombly, agitation for, in Quebec, 95-99; refused, 100 ; further agitation, 119, 128; settlers in Upper Canada favor, 119,128; of Lower Canada, first, 143 ; conflict with executive, 148, 207-216 ; of Upper Canada, first, 149, 150; conflict with executive, 216-222 ; of Nova Scotia, first, 102, 103 ; of New Brunswick, first, 155; conflict with executive, 222-225 ; of Prince Ed-ward Island, first, 105 ; of Canada (old), 254 ; of Canada, first, 259-262.

Assiuiboels, 12, 60.

mboia, council of, 236, 237, 299. (See Cd River Settlement.)

Astoria, 141, 142, 234.

Aulnay-Charnisay, d', 30, 31.

Austrian Succession, war of the, 63-66. Aylmer, Lord, governor, 214, 215.

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BAGOT, Stn CHARLES, governor, 263, 285.

Baldwin, Robert, defeated in York, 217 ; holds aloof from Mackenzie, 240; visits rebel camp, 241; resigns, 259; in first parliament of Canada (old), 259-261 ; first Lafontaine-Baldwin ministry, 264, 265, 267, 268; second Lafontaine-Baldwin ministry, 274, 287-289.

Barclay, Captain, defeated on Lake Erie, 168, 169.

Barry case in Nova Scotia, 227, 228. Beauharnois. de, governor of New France, 56, 59, 62, 61.

Beausejour, Fort, 69 ; captured by Monckton, 71.

Beaver Dams, 170, 171.

Begbie, Sir Matthew 13., 304.

Behring Sea question, 233, 234,

Bidwell, Marshall S., 216 gZa, -

Bigot, the intendant, 14, 98.

make, Hon. Ed,rwnf, 333, 340.

Boscawen, Admiral, at 1.ouisbourg, 78. Boucher, Pierre, mission to France, 29. Boucherville, de, ministry, dismissed, 334. Bougainville, at Cap Rouge, 85, 86, 88;'

abandons Isle aux Noix, 89, 90. Boundaries (Quebec), 94, 95 ; under Quebec Act, 100; (Canadian) under Treaty of Versailles, 116, 117 ; between Upper and Lower Canada, 129; Pactflo coast, 233, 234 ; Canada and United States, 1113,117, 156, 223, 224, 233, .:434, 256, 264, 270, 304, 305.

Boundary,. ape Maine, 116, 117, 156, 223, 224,

Boaquet, Colonel, puts down Ohio Indians, 93.

Bourinot, J. G., 341.

Bourlamaque, at Ticonderoga, 81; abandons Lake Champlain, 82.


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