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INDEX.   345

DALuorsie, EARL OF, governor, 210-213; in Nova Scotia, 195, 226, 226.

Dawson, Sir William, 341.

Decimal currency, 288.

Denonvi, governor of New France, 43, 44, 51

Denys, Nicholas, 30, 32.

Detroit, 52, 59. 82 ; transferred to British, 92 ; besieged by Pontiac, 93 ; during American revolution, 115; surrenders to Brock, 163, 164.

Dieskau defeated at Lake George, 73, 74. Disallowance, power of, 157, 207, 219, 254, 257, 258, 276, 327, 334.

Dominion of Canada formed, 314 ; first parliament of, 328, 329.

Dorchester, Lord, see Sir Guy Carleton. Dorion, A. A., 291, 293 (note); Brown-Dorion ministry, 292, 293.

"Double Shuffle," 292, 293.

Douglas, Sir Howard, in New Brunswick, 223.

Douglas, Sir James, 302-304.

Drake, Sir Francis, 9.

Draper, W. H., 259 ; first Draper ministry, 260, 265; second Draper ministry, 269-272, 300.

Dual representation, question of, 328, 329. Dufferin, Lord, governor, 331, 332. Duquesne, Fort (Pittsburg), 70; aban-

doned by the French, 80, 81. Duquesne, Marquis, governor of New France, 69, 72.

Durham, Earl, 241-248.

Dutch, the, in America, 25 ; lose New Netherlands, 35.

 

EASTERN TowNsmrs, early settlers in, 134,

  1. 147, 179 ; French law in, 211 ; representation of, in assembly, 211, 212 ; roads, 212.

Education under French regime, 34, 62 ; in Quebec (early), 120, 121 ; in Nova Scotia, 104, 158, 202, 223, 226, 266, 267, 285, 280 ; in New Brunswick, 158, 202, 203, 223, 286 ; in Prince Edward Island, 158, 251, 252, 297; in Upper Canada, 127, 128, 153, 203 ; in Lower Canada,

  1. 203, 213 ; in (old) Canada, 261, 262, 271; in Manitoba (early), 235 ; Separate School question, 335 ; in British Columbia, 302, 339 ; in North-West Territories, 337. (See Sectarian Schools.)

Election laws, 130, 190, 251, 254, 257, 273, 296, 328, 329, 332.

Elgin, Lord, governor, 274, 291; negotiates reciprocity treaty with United States, 282; rebellion losses, riots, 287, 288.

English colonies in America, early, 17, 25; English and French compared, 46-56; English and French in America, 37, 39, 40, 42, 43, 45-47, 50-90.

English-speaking population of Quebec, early, 96, 99, 108, 128.

Erie, T.ake, early knowledge of, 25, 38; naval battle on, 1813, 108, 169. • Esquimaux, 12, 18.

Executive council, 129, 187, 188; rule of the, 185-200; council of Canada (old), first, 259; abuses, 193-200.

 

FALKLAND, Loan. 266, 207, 272, 273.

Family Compact, 188, 189. (See Executive, Rule at; and Lxecutive Abuses, and Religious Liberty, Struggle for.)

Fenian raids, 311, 313, 329, 331.

Fisheries, the Banks, 3, 7 ; of Maritime Provinces, 104, 105, 156-158, 182, 223, 226, 252 (Ace Acadia); in Canada during French regime, 02; question, 283, 284, 330, 331.

Forbes, Brigadier, takes Fort Duquesne, 81.

France aids revolted colonies, 114. Franklin, Benjamin, congress commissioner, Canada, 113; Sir John, 235. Fraser, Simon, explorer, 141.

Fredericton, capital of New Brunswick, 155, 156, 280; other mention of, 224, 256, 276.

French and British in America, 37, 39, 40, 42, 43, 45, 47, 50, 90 ; rival claims of, 50,

  1. 53, 56, 66, 67 ; colonies compared, 46, 56.

French-Canadians during military period, 91, 92; under king's proclamation, 96-99; under Quebec Act, 120, 128; exclusion of, from office, 96-98, 146, 147, 215; in first assembly, (old) Canada, 261.

French laws, agitation respecting, 96, 99, 117, 119, 120; restored, 100; language, use of, in parliament, 143, 254, 255, 261, 269; revolution, 143-145.

Frontenac, 40-42, 45-51; Fort, 40-43, 59, 123; taken by Bradstreet, 80. (See Kingston.)

Fuca, Juan de, 9, 301.

Fur trade during French regime, 8, 12, 17, 21-23, 32, 37, 40, 42, 44, 45, 47, 49, 52,

  1. 57, 60, 61, 62 ; of Hudson's Bay Company and Nor'-Westers, 97, 118, 136, 143, 146, 230-237, 299-305.

 

GAtISSONNIErE, governor of New France, 65-67.

Galt, Alexander T., 181, 278, 306, 309 (note), 330.

Galt, John, 171.

Garry, Fort, 236, 299, 317-321.

George, Fort, see Niagara Frontier. George III. and the American revolution, 107.

George, Lake, battle of, 72, 73.

Ghent, peace of, 178.

Giffard, Seigneur of Beauport, 35.

Gilbert, Sir H., 8.

Gosford, Lord, 200, 216, 237, 245, 253, 254. Gourlay, Robert, 196.

Government, system of, during French regime, 23, 32, 33, 39, 40, 62; during military period, 90, 91; under the king's proclamation, 94-99; under Quebec Act, 99-101; under Constitutional Act, 129, 130; colonial system of, to 181,0, 185-


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