2 edition of Sir John A. Macdonald, 1815-1891 found in the catalog.
Sir John A. Macdonald, 1815-1891
|Statement||compiled by Margaret M. Cohoe.|
|Contributions||Cohoe, Margaret., Kingston Historical Society (Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||F1033.M126 S57 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||93125140|
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Prospects for preventive medicine
Memorandum on the use of opium in Hong Kong, 1929.
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The brightest stars of summer
Financial Accounting / Student Guide to Blackboard Set
Rivers Protection Act and Regulations
Parasols is for ladies
Developmental risks among Canadian children
Attersee, selected works, 1983-1986.
Chemistry of consciousness
Identification of the adults, nymphs, and larvae of ticks of genus Dermacentor Koch (Ixodidae) in the western United States
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The Limits of the law of obligations
Agreements concluded at the Imperial Economic Conference, 1932.
All the day long
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Kingston, Ontario: Kingston, ON: Kingston Historical Society,1st Edition, First Printing, hardcover, a Near Fine copy, no dustjacket as issued.
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John Macdonald is a member of Clan MacDonald. Sir John A. Macdonald, a lawyer, businessman and politician, was the first prime minister of Canada (–73, –91). He passed away on June 6, from complications of a stroke and was buried in Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, Ontario. Affectionately yours: the letters of Sir John A.
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Macdonald, M.P., on the Jesuits' Estates Act: delivered in the House of Commons, Ottawa, on. Sir John A. Macdonald (Canadian, ). Autograph letter signed ('John A Macdonald') as Prime Minister two pp. 8vo Kingston July 30th to William Davidson concerning a request to use his influence as Returning Officer on behalf of aheaded "Private", with transmitted envelope, slight fold separation.
Sir John Alexander Macdonald (10 or 11 January – 6 June ) was the first prime minister of Canada (–, –). The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, he had a political career which spanned almost half a century.
Macdonald was born in Scotland; when he was a boy his family immigrated to Kingston in the Province of Upper Canada (today Children: 3 (including Hugh John Macdonald). John Alexander Macdonald, b.
Jan. 11,d. June 6,one of the principal founders of the Dominion of Canada, was its first prime minister (, ) and its leading political figure from until his : 6 June Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Sir John Alexander Macdonald, GCB, KCMG, PC, PC (Can), QC (11 January – 6 June ), was the first Prime Minister of Canada. The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, he had a political career which spanned almost half a century.
Sir John A. MacDonald was born in Sir John A. MacDonald was 10 years old when The Erie Canal opens: Passage from Albany, New York to Lake Erie. The Erie Canal is a canal in New York, United States that is part of the east–west, cross-state route of. In MacNab was eased out as premier by Macdonald, who became the leader of the Canada West Conservatives.
Though the most powerful man in the government, he remained as Attorney General, with Sir Etienne-Paschal Tache as premier. In July he travelled to England to promote Canadian government : Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, Frontenac.
John A. Macdonald was born in Glasgow, Scotland. His exact birth date remains a mystery. While his father's journal records it as 11 January and his family celebrated his birthday on 11 January, a certified extract from the registration of his birth cites 10 January.
Janu Macdonald, John A. (John Alexander), - Discours de l'Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald, C.C.B., en présentant le projet de loi pour mettre à effet le Traité de Washington, en ce qui concerne le Canada, prononcé dans la Chambre des communes du Canada, vendredi, le 3 mai Montréal: s.n., (Montréal: T.
& R. White) John Alexander Macdonald, b. Jan. 11,d. June 6,one of the principal founders of the Dominion of Canada, was its first prime minister (, ) and its leading political figure from until his death. Macdonald, John A. (John Alexander), Sir, Publisher London T.C. & E.C.
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The Sir John A. Macdonald prize is given to the non-fiction work of Canadian history judged to have made the most significant contribution to an under The Sir John A. Macdonald prize is given to the non-fiction work of Canadian history judged to have made the most significant contribution to an understanding of the Canadian past.The Sir John A.
Macdonald Parkway, formerly the Ottawa River Parkway, is a four-lane scenic parkway along the Ottawa River in Ottawa, Ontario, runs from Carling Avenue near Connaught Avenue, to Booth Street at the Canadian War Museum and National Holocaust is maintained by the National Capital speed limit is 60 km/h (37 .The Dictionary of Canadian Biography calls this work 'probably the greatest Canadian biography yet published in English.' Donald Creighton's two-volume account of Canada's first Prime Minister was originally published in the s as 'John A.
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