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INDEX.   347

Local improvements, 194. (See Municipal institutions.)

Lorne, Marquis of, 333.

Loudon, Earl of, 76, 78.

Lount and Matthews executed, 245. Louisbourgfounded,57; flrstsiege of, 63, 64; second siege of, 78, 79; demolished, 104. Louise, Her Royal Highness Princess, 333. Louisiana, 52, 59; ceded to Spain, 94; purchased by United States, 142.

Lower Canada a separate province, 129; parliament of, 129, 130; first parliament, 143; assembly of, 143 (see Responsible government); legislative council of, 129, 143, 149, 208, 209, 212, 213, 215, 237; executive council of, 143, 146; (1791-1215), 143-149; (1912-1837), 207-216; out-breaks in, 238-240, 243; united with Up-per Canada, 252-255.

Lumber industry, 39, 62, 105, 146, 156, 158, 182, 183, 2.23, 226, 276, 283, 297, 334, 339. (See Ship-building.)

Lundy's Lane, 176, 177.

MACDONALD, 110N. JOHN SANDFIELD, 291, 293 (note), 3.28.

Macdonald, Sir John A., defends Von Schultz, 244; first election, 269; joins Draper ministry, 272; and Liberal-Conservative alliance of 15`;4.289; premier, 291 (note); "double shuttle," 292, 293; coalition ministry, 307 ; first prime minister of Canada, 314; Treaty of Washington, 330; resigns, 331, 332; again returns to power, 332; death of, 340.

Macdonell, Bishop, 132, 191.

Macdougall, lion. William, 300, 307, 309 (note), 314-318.

Mackenzie, Hon. Alexander, 329, 332, 333. Mackenzie, Sir Alexander, explorer, 141. Mackenzie, W. L., printing office raided,

198, 199; in Upper Canada assembly, 217-222; expelled from, 218, 219; rebel-lion in Upper Canada, 241, 242, 244; returns to Canada, 288; member of assembly, 288.

flacNab, Sir A. N., 241, 242, 260, 261; MacNab-Morin ministry, 289-291. Maisonneuve, governor of Montreal, 26. Malicites, 11 (note), 3.2.

Manitoba, early knowledge of, 60. (See Red River Settlement.)

Manitoba, Province of, formed, 320, 321; subsequent history, 322, 331, 335: population of, 322 (note); school question, 335.

Manufactures, under French regime, 39, 60-62; in 1769, 98, J7; in Nova Scotia, early, 104, 105; in Cape Breton, early, 124; in (old) Capada, 182. (See Indus-trial Progress, Lumber, Ship-building.) Marquette, Father, reaches the Mississippi, 38.

Marriage laws, early, 153, 154, 202. Matthews, Captain, 200, 217, 222, 245. McGee, Hon. T. D., 307, 309 (note), 329. Meares, Captain, visits Pacific coast of British Columbia, 138, 139.

Metcalfe, Sir Charles T., governor, 205, 266-270.

Mezy, de, governor of New France, 33. Miamis, 11 (note), 42, 43, 67.

Michigan, Lake, early knowledge of, 25, 37.

Michillimackinac, 37, 43, 47, 52, 82; transferred to the British, 92; captured by the Indians, 93; during American revolution, 115; taken by the British, 162, 163.

Micmacs, 11 (note), 53, 68, 79.

Military roads, 34; opened by Simcoe, 151; settlements, 36, 125, 179, 222, 232; Wile, period of, 90-93.

Militia Bill, 270.

Minas, Basin of, 44, 57, 58, 65, 68.

Mining in British Columbia, 303, 304, 339. Miramichi fire, 223.

Mississippi, discovery of the, 38; valley, 38, 41, 56, 59, 60, 67.

Mohawks, 10, 25, 35, 65, 73. (See Iroquois.)

Monck, Lord, governor, 310, 335. flonckton, 71, 72, 79, 81, 85.

Mongoloid Indians, 1.2, 138.

Monopoly, trade, 20, 26, 60, 61; land, in Prince Edward Island, 105, 156, 250, 251, 297-299; Hudson's Bap Company's, see Hudson's Bay Company; land, Vancouver Island, 302.

Montagnais, 11 (note), 14.

flontcahu, 75-78, 80-87.

Montgomery, General, invades Canada, 109; takes St. John, 110; killed before Quebec, 111.

Montgomery's, the affair at, 241, 242. Montreal founded, 25; harassed by Iroquois, 27, 28; capitulation at, 90; at-tacked by Allan, 109; occupied by Congress troops, 110, 112, 113; fur trade of, 146; incorporated, 195; capital of (old) Canada, 261; the British North America League of, 277; riots at, 287, 288.

Monts, de, 15.

Moraviantown, battle of, 169.

Morin, Hon. A. N., 260, 265; Hincks-Morin ministry, 289; 31acNab-Morin ministry, 289-291.

Morrison, Colonel, victory at Chrysler's Fann, 174.

Mowat, Sir Oliver, 307.

Municipal institutions, 62, 63, 101, 194, 195, 333, 334; (old) Canada, 261; in Maritime Provinces, 284-286; in British Columbia, early, 322, 339; in Manitoba, 335 ; in North-West Territories, 337.

Murray, governor, 85, 88-90, 94-97.

 

NAPOLEON, 158, 159, 175, 178.

National Policy, see Tariffs.

Navigation, see Ship-building and Canals; laws, British, 97, 106, 107, 275, 276.

Necessity, Fort, 89, 70.

Neilson, John, 208, 210, 212, 214, 253, 260, 261.


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