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St. Denis, rebel victory at, 230.

St. Eustache, rebels defeated at, 239, 240. Ste. Foye, battle of, 88, 89.

St. Germaine-en-Laye, peace of, 22.

St. John, New Brunswick, 124; incorporated, 155 ; mentioned, 182, 194, 195, 276, 280, 282, 309.

St. John's, siege of, by Montgomery, 109, 110.

St. Lawrence River, early knowledge of, 4-6.

St. Pierre and Miquelon, 94, 97.

 

TACur, B1snoP, 320: Sir E. P., 281, 291 (note), 294 (note), 307.

Tadoussac, 14, 17; naval battle off, 21. Talbot settlements, 133, 134.

Talon, the intendant, 32-39.

Tariffs, colonial, 275, 276, 278; the National Policy, 278, 332, 333.

Tecumseh with Brock at Detroit, 164; killed at Moraviantown, 169. Thompson, David, explorer, 141. Thompson, Hon. C. Poulett, see Sydenhans, Lord.)

Thompson, Sir John, 333, 340.

Thorpe, Judge, 152.

Three Rivers, 22, 25, 29, 90, 110, 113, 121. Ticonderoga, Fort, 74, 75; British repulse at, 80; abandoned by the French, 82, 83; seized by Ethan Allan, 108.

Tilley, lion. S. L., 287, 311; also in group, Fathers of Confederation, facing 309. Tithes, 62, 101, 130.

Todd, Alpheus, 341.

Tonty, La Salle's lieutenant, 41, 42. Toronto, French post at, 59, 67, 82 (see York); incorporated, 195; attacked by rebels, 240-242; capital of (old) Canada, 292; other mention of, 253, 271, 280, 282, 288, 341.

Tracey, Marquis de, viceroy of New France, 34; destroys Mohawk villages, 35.

Trade, see Industrial Progress; between Acadie and New England, 45, 54; between Canada and United States, see

United States.

Tupper, Sir Charles, 286, 309 (facing), 328, 329, 333, 334 (Pacing).

 

U. E. LOYALISTS, 121-128; in Maritime Provinces, 123-125; in Canada, 125-128, 135.

Uniacke, Hon. J. B., 258, 266, 272, 274, 284.

Union project of 1532, 210; Act of, 1840, 253-255.

United States, friction concerning frontier posts, 145; war of 1.512, 158-178; Ashburton treaty, 263,264; Oregon treaty, 270; San Juan difficulty, 304, 305; friction with, during United States civil

war, 284, 306; Treaty of Washington, 305, 330, 331; Fenian raids from, 311-313, 3.29, 381; trade with, 153, 277, 278, 282-284, 311 ; Belding Sea question, 233, 234, 339, 340. (See American Revolution and Boundaries.)

Upper Canada, pioneers of, 125-128, 135,

  1. before 1751, 1.27, 128; a separate province, 129; (1792.1812), 149-154; (181.5-18.17), 216-222 ; outbreaks in, 240-244; united with Lower Canada, 252. 255; parliament of, 129, 130; first par liament of, 149, 150; assembly of, 130, 151, 152, 210-222; early education in, 127, 128; Scotch settlers in, 132, 133, 179, 181; other early settlers in, 134, 135, 178-181.

Utrecht, peace of, 55-58.

 

VANCOUVER, CAPTAIN GEORGE, 139, 140; Fort, 234; Island, early knowledge of, 137-140, 234; made a colony, 3(11, 302; first assembly of, 303; end of Hudson's Bay Company's rule in, 304; united with British Columbia, 322.

Vamdreuil, de, governor of New France, 53, 56, 73; Caragnal, the last French governor, 72, 74, 75, 87, 88, 90. Vercheres, the heroine of, 49.

Verendrye, de la, father and sons, explorers, 60, 136.

Verrazano, 5.

Versailles, treaty of, 116, 117, 122, 145. Vetch, Samel, first governor of Nova Scotia, 54, 55.

Victoria, Fort, 234, 302, 303.

Viger, Hon. D. B., 260, 269.

Villehon, 50, 53.

Von Schultz, 243, 244.

 

WAMPUM BELTS, 13, 14.

Washington, city of, captured by the British, 178; treaty of, 305, 330, 331; George, 69, 70, 112.

Wentworth, Sir John, 157.

Willes, Judge, 200.

William Henry, Fort, taken by Montcalm, 77; Fort, Nor'-Wester post on Lake Superior, 142, 143, 232, 235.

Wilmot, lion. L. A., 224, 256, 257, 273, 274, 286.

Wilson, Sir Daniel, 341.

Windsor, Upper Canada, raided, 244. Wolfe, General James, at Louisbourg, 79; at Gaspe, 79; at siege of Quebec, 83-87. Wolseley, Lord, 321,

Wyoming, affair of, 115.

 

VEO, SIR JAME1, 172, 176.

York (Toronto), capital of Upper Canada,

  1. other mention df, 135, 112, 153, 197-199; captutcd (1813), 169, 170. (See Toronto.)

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