Who's who in Canada: An Illustrated Biographical Record of Men and Women of the Time, Volumes 6-7

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International Press Limited., 1914 - Canada
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Page 340 - Some distinguished architect or man of science or letters who has designed or executed a building of high merit, or produced a work tending to promote or facilitate the knowledge of architecture or the various branches of science connected therewith.
Page 308 - Copenhagen, immediately after he had visited the Prince and Princess of Wales, now King George and Queen Mary, at Marlborough House. "I "stayed with them an hour and twenty minutes, and their Royal "Highnesses seemed reluctant to let me leave.
Page 350 - Cote, Political Appointments, Parliaments, and the Judicial Bench in the Dominion of Canada, 1896-1917 (Ottawa, 1917), 136 and 144; The Parliamentary Guide, 1898-9 (Winnipeg and Ottawa, 1898), for political affiliations.
Page 460 - The Strathcona Trust For the encouragement of physical training and military drill in the public schools. Canadian Forces Cadet Corps, organized in connection with public schools of all provinces, are eligible to participate in the benefits of the Trust. Secretary to the Executive Council, c/o Director General Reserves & Cadets, Dept.
Page 300 - Wales, and as a member of that body moved for the appointment of an advisory imperial council to consider questions of imperial interest, especially those tending to promote trade between the various parts of the empire. Since the general election of 1904 he has sat for the St. Antoine division of Montreal in th...
Page 340 - Royal Gold Medal for Architecture. The terms of reference state: "The Royal Gold Medal for the promotion of architecture, instituted by Queen Victoria in 1848, is conferred annually by the Sovereign on some distinguished architect or group of architects for work of high merit, or on some distinguished person or group whose work has promoted, either directly or indirectly, the advancement of architecture.
Page 435 - Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England.
Page 434 - to inquire into the state of the Records of the Public Departments of the Dominion...
Page 815 - Jean Talon, intendant de la Nouvelle France' (1904) ; Mélanges de polémique et d'études religieuses, politiques et littéraires' (1905); 'Le Marquis de Montcalm 1712-1759
Page 605 - Rev. Robert Campbell, DD, an ex-moderator of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church in Canada and for more than fifty years one of the foremost divines of that denomination.

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