The Canadian Dominion

A Chronicle of Our Northern Neighbor

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Published: 1919
Language: English
Wordcount: 56,502 / 170 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 49.7
LoC Category: F
Downloads: 964
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Origin: gutenberg.org

The history of Canada since the close of the French regime falls into three clearly marked half centuries. The first fifty years after the Peace of Paris determined that Canada was to maintain a separate existence under the British flag and was not to become a fourteenth colony or be merged with the United States. The second fifty years brought the winning of self-government and the achievement of Confederation. The third fifty years witnessed the expansion of the Dominion from sea to sea and the endeavor to make the unity of the political map a living reality--the endeavor to weld the far-flung provinces into one country, to give Canada a distinctive place in the Empire and in the world, and eventually in the alliance of peoples banded together in mankind's greatest task of enforcing peace and justice among nations.

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whom it is only possible to speak with guineas in one's hand," the change became flatly impossible. Such an alteration, if still insisted upon, must come more slowly than the impatient traders in Montreal and Quebec desired.

The British Government, however, was not yet ready to abandon its policy. The Quebec traders petitioned for Murray's recall, alleging that the measures required to encourage settlement had not been adopted, that the Governor was encouraging factions by his partiality to the French, that he treated the traders with "a Rage and Rudeness of Language and Demeanor" and--a fair thrust in return for his reference to them as "the most immoral collection of men I ever knew"--as "discountenancing the Protestant Religion by almost a Total Neglect of Attendance upon the Service of the Church." When the London business correspondents of the traders backed up this petition, the Government gave heed. In 1766 Murray was recalled to England and, though he was acquitted of the charges against him,

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2009.05.21
Clifford Oakes
*****

Unusal account of Skelton geneology. Must continue research of bibs. To render a review at first hand there is loads of geneolgy history.


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