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Abbe American appeal Archbishop Armand Lavergne Asselin assembly attacked bill Bishop Bourget Borden Bourassa Britain British cabinet called campaign Cartier Catholic Chapais Church clergy colonial Confederation conference conscription Conservative constitutional council declared defence denounced Devoir dominions Durham economic election Empire England English Canadians established favor federal force France Franco-Ontarians French Canadians French language Gouin governor Groulx Ibid imperial imperialist influence Jesuit June King L'Action L'Action Nationale Lafleche Lafontaine language Laurier Laval Lavergne leader legislative Liberal liberty London Lower Canada majority Manitoba ment military Montreal nationalist Navy November October Ontario opposed opposition Ottawa Papineau parliament party Patriote political population prime minister principle proposed Protestant province Quebec Quebec Act question race refused religious resolution Riel Rumilly Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society Senator September Skelton speech Taschereau tion Toronto Tory trade tradition Trois-Rivieres ultramontane union United Upper Canada urged vote