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INDEX.   349

(1815-1840), 249.252; (1840-1867), 294-299; joins confederation, 3.23, 32.4. Provencher, first bishop of Manitoba, 235. Provincial progress since Confederation, 333-335, 339; rights, 334, 335.

 

QUEBEC founded, 17; first colony, 20; captured by Kirke, 21; attacked by Phips, 48; threatened by Walker and Hill expedition, 55; siege of, by Wolfe, 83-88; capitulates, 88; besieged by de Levis, 89; besieged by Montgomery and Arnold, 110-112; province of, formed, 94; boundaries, 94, 95, 100, 117; divided into Upper and Lower Canada, 129; ship-building, 183; incorporated, 195; fires, 2;0, 271; capital of (old) Canada, 292; conference at, 309, 310; Act, 99-101. Queen Anne's war, 52-56.

Queenston Heights, battle of, 164-167. Quit-rents, Prince Edward Island, 106, 249, 250, 252, 295; New Brunswick, 224; Nova Scotia, 227.

 

RAoisSON, Canadian explorer, 39. Railways, .183, 184, 262, 277, 281, 282; Intercolonial, 279-281; Canadian Pacific, 137, 323, 331, 332, 335, 336.

Ramezay, de, governor of Montreal, 54, 65, 83, 88.

Razilly, Isaac de, in Acadia, 30.

Rebellion of 1837, 237-244; Losses Bill, 287, 288; amnesty, 288; Riel, first, 316-321; second, 338, 339.

Reciprocity treaty, 282-284, 297, 311. Ricollets, the, in Canada, 18, 20, 46.

Red River settlement, early history of,

133, 230-232, 234-237, 299-301; Canadian

Religious liberty, terms of Treaty of Paris,

94; of Quebec Act, 101; struggle for, 200-207.

Repre3entation by population," agitation for, 292, 293.

Responsible government demanded in Lower Canada, 148; struggles for, in Lower Canada, 207-216; struggles for, in Upper Canada, 216-22-2; struggles for, in New Brunswick, 224, 225, 256, 257;

218, 220; in Nova Scotia, 228, 229; in New Brunswick, 222-225; in Prince Ed-ward Island, 295 ; taxation, question of, 107.

Richmond, Duke of, governor, 197, 209, 210.

Ridgeway, affair at, 312, 313.

Riel, Louis, 317-321, 331, 338, 229.

Roads, see Military Roads, Municipal Institutions.

Roberval, viceroy of New France, 7. Robinson, Sir J. B., 197, 241, 305.

Rolph, Dr. John, 217, 221, 241.

Russell, Lord, 207, 237 ; responsible government despatches, 247-249, 258. Ryerson, Rev. Dr., 205, 262, 268, 271.

(see A ppof ifm eets to Office); attitude of imperial authorities toward, 186, 187, 213-216, 230, 315, 229, 230, 237, 244, 245,

247-249, 257-259; under British North America act, 336; in British Columbia, 322, 323; in North-West Territories, 337. Revenue under French regime, 61; under Quebec Act, 101; under Union Act, 254; colonial, 189, 190, 214; Lower Canada, 209, 210, 213, 214; Upper Canada, 216, 220; colonial, question of control of, 189, 190, 222, 224, 225, 295; in Lower Canada, 209-216; in Upper Canada, 217,

SALABEPRY, COLONEL DE, 161; at Chateauguay, 173, 174.

Saratoga raided, 65; Burgoyne surrenders at, 114.

Schultz, Sir John, 300, 318, 319.

Scotch settlers in Nova Scotia, 102, 132, 182; in Cape Breton, 132; in Prince Edward Island, 133; in New Brunswick, 182; in Upper Canada, 132, 133, 179, 181; on Red River, 231, 232.

Sectarian schools, 202, 203, 291, 292, 335; college question in Nova Scotia, 266, 267, 286.

Seigneurial system, 23, 33, 36, 37, 44, 120, 211, 212; abolished, 290, 291.

Seigneurs, 33, 36, 47, 63, 101; during American revolution, 108, 112.

Selkirk, Lord, 132; Prince Edward Island settlement, 133; in Upper Canada, 133; on Red River, 23-7., 234.

Senate, Canadian, 326.

immigration to, 300; transferred to Ca- Senecas, 10, 43, 93. (See Iroquois.) nada, 315; first Riel rebellion in, 316- Seven Oaks, affair at, 232.

321; expedition tor321. (See Manitoba.) Sherbrooke, Sir J. C., governor, 157, 178,

208, 209, 225, 232.

Ship-building, 41, 62, 104, 139, 146, 183,

  1. 281, 297, 300..

Shirley, governor of Massachusetts, 63-65, 68, 70, 71, 74-76.

Simcoe, lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, 134, 135, 143, 150, 151, 153, 154. Simpson, Sir George, 235.

Slavery in Canada, 144.

Smith, Sir Donald A., 319, 320, 336.

struggles for, in Nova Scotia, 228-230, Spanish succession, war of the, 52-56. 257-259 ; strut, files for, in Prince Edward Stadacona, 6.

Island, 294-296; conceded, 244`249, 296 i Stanley, Lord, of Preston, 333.

State endowment of rectories in Upper Canada, 206, 207. (See Clergy Reserves and Sectarian Schools.)

Steamboats, see Ship-building.

Stoney Creek, battle of, 170.

Strachan, Bishop, 153, 191, 203, 205, 206. Sulpicians, the, in Canada, 25, 35. Superior, Lake, early knowledge of, 25, 37, 60.

Sydenham, Lord, governor, 207, 248, 252,

  1. 259, 260, 262, 276.

St. Castin, Baron de, 45-47.

St. Charles, rebels defeated at, 239.


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