Empire & Commonwealth: Studies in Governance and Self-Government in Canada

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INDEX
A. Series, N. S., 1 n. 1, 8 n. 4, &c., et passim in Chapter 11.
Abercromby, James, 22, 24, 29.
Acadian Recorder, 155 f., 202.
Acadians, see French Acadians.
Adams, John, 12 & n. 2.
Adderley, Sir C. B., his Review, 153 n. 1, &c.; on Sydenham's policy, 254; on nature of colonies, 348.
Address, of N. S. Assembly, 1775, 82 ff.; of thanks for Legge's recall, 86; of Continental Congress to the People of Great Britain, 135 f.; to the Inhabitants of Quebec, 135 f.; of British merchants to Carleton, 146; of N. S. for freedom of trade, 160; to the Crown, by N. S. Assembly, 170; for Campbell's recall, 190 ff.; to Sydenham from people of Halifax, 197; amendment to, Jan. 24, 1847, introducing responsible government, 235; to the Reformers of Frontenac, see Hincks; to Metcalfe on the 'crisis', 297 & n. 2; for amnesty, 300; Baldwin's, of 'loyalty and attachment', 313; on Rebellion Losses Bill, 315.
Albion of N. Y., 216.
Allan, John, committed to Revolution, 85.
Allan, Ethan, 88; at Ticonderoga, 137.
Almon, Mather, 178, 211, 231.
Alvord, C. W., on policy of 1763, 96; The Mississippi Valley, 96 n. 2.
America and West Indies, correspondence, 59 n. 1, et passim in Chapter II.
American Colonial Government, see Dickerson.
American Department, Dartmouth succeeds Hillsborough in ( 1772), 76; see Dartmouth, Knox, and Hillsborough; concord with N. S. 85; abolished in 1782, 91 n. 3.
American Revolution, xiii, xv f.; Franklin's forecast of issues in, 41; Shirley on 'Independency', 45; first issue of 'independence' in, 45; Knox on, 46 f. & n. 1 ; Washington on, in 1774, 47; Burke on, 47 f., 52 f., 54, &c.; in U. S. A., G. B., and Canada, 48; 'inevitableness' of, 50 ff.; Egerton on, 53; and 'mutual confidence', 54 f.; Legge on, 76 f., 79 ff.; New Englanders in N. S. and, 80 ff.; Addresses of N. S. Assembly on, 82 ff.; Francklin on N. S. and, 82; 'Cumberland rising' for, 85 f.; decisive factors in N. S. during, 87 ff.; results of, upon N. S., 89 ff.; and reversal of British policy in Quebec, 100; Quebec Act and, 109-47, passim; Knox and Meredith on, 109 f.; Carleton on, 111 ff., 131 n. 2, 138-47, passim; Board of Trade and, 122, 143-7; North and Masères on, 129 f.; background of Quebec Act in, 130; Barré on, 131 f.; Chatham on, 133 f.; the Quebec Act in early stages of, 134 ff.; Hamilton on Quebec Act and, 135; Dickinson on Carleton's policy in, 137; Quebec and, 138-43, passim; Bishop Briand and clergy on, 138; seigneurs and, 138 ff., 147; Reed on Quebec Act in, 136 f.; Hey and Carleton on French Canadians and, 139 ff.; Dartmouth, North, and Pownall on Quebec and, 141; Franco-Spanish-American alliance in, 143; leaves 'American question' unsolved, 148; Howe on, 226.
American Revolution, see Egerton.
Amery, Rt. Hon. L. S., 353.
Amnesty, sought by Bagot, 275, 288; Metcalfe on, 288 f.
Anglican, see Church of England.
Annapolis, 57, 60, 66, 81.
Annexation movement to U. S. A., 316; basis of, 318 ff.; Elgin's policy on, 319 f.; manifesto of 1849 for, 319; effect of responsible government upon, 320; reciprocity the antidote for, 320 & n. 5, 321: Elgin's 'pole star of . . . policy' on, 321.
Arbuthnot, Lieut.-Gov. of N. S., 85 f.
Archibald, S. W. G., Speaker of N. S. Assembly, 158, 163, 203; on 'brandy dispute', 158 f., 162 f.; Att'y-Gen., 159, 163; in Howe's libel case, 168; Master of the Rolls, 205.
Aristocracy, Knox on, 29 f.; Pitt's scheme for hereditary, in Canada, 148; Carleton on, 148; Fox on titles for, in Canada, 148 & n. 1.
Armstrong, Major, 57, 60; his proposals for an Assembly, 58, 63.
Arnold, Benedict, 85, 88, 138.
'Aroostook War', 178 f., 227.
Arthur, Sir George, on Durham's Report, 240.
Assembly, of N. S., unique, xvii; normal growth of, xviii; projected for Quebec, xviii; functions of, see Colonial government; necessary in British colony, 1; statutory in U.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • INTRODUCTORY xiii
  • I - THE OLD COLONIAL SYSTEM 1
  • II- Nova Scotia and the Old Empire 56
  • III - 'NEW SUBJECTS' IN QUEBEC 94
  • IV - NOVA SCOTIA AND THE SECOND EMPIRE 148
  • V - RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT IN CANADA 240
  • VI - THE COMMONWEALTH AND ITS COROLLARIES 327
  • Index 357
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