Responsible Government in Prince Edward Island: A Triumph of Self-Government under the Crown

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INDEX
Aberdeen, 78
Adderley, I. C., 59
supports P. E. I. Assembly In Parliament, 73-75
Address to Queen, 16, 17, 21, 26, 51, 55,62
American Revolution, 7, 10.
leaders of, 84.
Annuities for officials, 66.
Appendices,
No. 1 85
No. 2 86
No. 3 91
No. 4 100
No. 5 108
No. 6 111
No. 7 117
No. 8 122
No. 9 125
Assembly, 42, 57, 82
first house of, 10-15, 17, 18
dissolution of, 38, 65.
passes Cole's resolution, 60
appeals to British Parliament, 61
auspicious of Colonial Office, 61
appeals to "Society for Reform of
Colonial Government" 65
refuses compromise, 66
censures Campbell, 67
membership of, 69
Assembly of Nova Scotia, 41
Attorney-General, 64, 79
pension for, 78
Australia, danger of discontent in, 59
Baldwin, Robert, 42
Baldwin, La Fontaine Ministry
indemnity to rebels, 50
Bannerman, Sir Alexander, 71
accepts Responsible Government, 81
admonition to legislature on new
constitutional position, 81
succeeds Campbell, 76
instructed by Grey, 76
convenes legislature, 77
approves Responsible Government, 77
and pension list, 79
recommends Coles to Grey, 83
Bibliography, 130
"Bloody Despatch", 77
Brenan, D., 61, 82
British Columbia, University of, 8
British Commonwealth, 5
British constitution, 29, 62
British Empire, 12
British Government accepts Responsible
Government, 71-75
British North America, 7, 12, 42
national unity, 25
British Parliament, 10, 18, 46, 59
petitioned by Assembly, 63
British people,
genius of, 5
British policy, 7
Campbell, Sir Colin, Lieutenant-Governor, of Nova Scotia, 58
Campbell, Sir Donald, Lieutenant-Gov
ernor of P. E. I.
appointed, 31, 37
instructions, 39
discretion 40
arrives in Charlottetown, 41
ignores Rosponsible Government, 41
instructions from Grey, 42
decides against Responsible Government, 43
warned by Grey, 44
supported by Grey, 44
undermined by Grey, 45
arguments of revealed, 46
refuses bargains of Conservatives, 51
dissolves legislature, 53
opening address 1850, 54
resists assembly, 58
quotes Earl Grey, 60
controlled by Conservative party, 61,
refuses Responsible Government, 64,U+00A35
reports to Grey, 64
a bargainer, 64
prorogues Legislature, 64
refers case to Colonial Office, 65
calls special session of Legislature,U+00A36
rebukes Assembly, 67
censured by Assembly, 67
prorogues Legislature, 68
advises imperial law to prevent Re
sponsible Government, 68-70
last plea fails, 75

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Chapter I - THE BEGINNING OF REFORM 9
  • Chapter II - RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT A TOOL OF PARTY POLITICS 19
  • Chapter III - THE POWER OF THE PURSE AND THE TRIUMPH OF PRINCIPLE 37
  • APPENDIX NO. 1. 85
  • APPENDIX NO. 2. 86
  • APPENDIX NO. 3. 91
  • APPENDIX NO. 4. 100
  • APPENDIX NO. 5. 108
  • APPENDIX NO. 6. 111
  • APPENDIX NO. 7. 117
  • APPENDIX NO. 8. 122
  • APPENDIX NO. 9. 125
  • Bibliography 130
  • Index 132
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