Mémoires Et Comptes Rendus de la Société Royale Du Canada

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Royal Society of Canada., 1906 - Humanities
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Page 15 - Hon. the Earl of Selkirk with the Hudson's Bay Company and his attempt to establish a colony on the Red River; with -a detailed account of His Lordship's military expedition to and subsequent proceedings at Fort William in Upper Canada, London, 1817.
Page 15 - Report at Large of the Trial of Charles De Reinhard for Murder, (Committed in the Indian Territories,) at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Quebec, May, 1818.
Page 13 - Veritas," first published in the Montreal Herald, afterwards brought together and printed in Montreal in 1815, in which is given a narrative of the military administration of Sir George Prevost during his command in the Canadas, " Whereby it will appear manifest that the merit of preserving them from conquest belongs not to him.
Page 6 - An Act to establish a fund towards further defraying the charges of the Administration of Justice, and support of the Civil Government within the Province of Quebec in America.
Page 89 - Presbyterian Church of Canada, in connection with the Church of Scotland, by annual synods, presided over by moderators.
Page 9 - An authentic Narrative of the Proceedings of his Majesty's Squadron under the command of Rear-admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, from its sailing from Gibraltar to the Conclusion of the glorious Battle of the Nile, drawn up from the Minutes of an Officer of Rank in the Squadron...
Page 36 - FUNDAMENTAL principles of the laws of Canada, as they existed under the natives, as they were changed under the French kings, and as they were modified and altered under the domination of England ; the...
Page 7 - Answer to an INTRODUCTION to the OBSERVATIONS made by the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, for the DISTRICT OF QUEBEC, upon the...
Page 49 - Report of the Committee of the Bar of Lower Canada, Section of the District of Quebec. With Reference to the Conduct Pursued by Two of the Judges of the Court of Appeals Towards one of the Advocates of the Quebec Section, During the October Term, 1851. Quebec: Printed at the Quebec Gazette Office. 1851. 12mo., 21 pp. 2253. Le Canadien Emigrant, par Douze Missionnaires des townships de 1'Est. " Rien n'est si beau que son pays.
Page 68 - University Question. The Rev. Dr. Ryerson's defence of the Wesleyan petitions to the Legislature, and of denominational colleges as part of our system of public instruction, in reply to Dr. Wilson and Mr. Langton, before a select committee of the Legislative Assembly.

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