William Lyon Mackenzie King

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NOTES

CHAPTER ONE: EARLY LIFE
1. This is Mackenzie's own account. Charles Lindsey, The Life and Times of Wm. Lyon Mackenzie ( Toronto, 1862), I, 18-19.
2. A. R. M. Lower, Colony to Nation: A History of Canada ( Toronto, 1946), pp. 242-3.
3. Harriet MacNicol to Donald MacNicol, Dec. 14, 1935.
4. Marchioness of Aberdeen, "A Prime Minister in Quest of the Homes of His Ancestors", Deeside Field, No. 8, 1938.
5. W.L.M.K. to Robert English, May 10, 1948.
6. Willie to John King, May 1, 1888.
7. W.L.M.K., Memorandum, April 25, 1949.
8. Address at the Rideau Club, Ottawa, Dec. 9, 1946.
9. Willie to Mr. and Mrs. King, Aug. 6, 1888.
10. Max to Willie, Feb. 21, 1897.
11. Jennie to Willie, June 12, 1899.
12. Jennie to Willie, Oct. 23, 1899.
13. Jennie to Willie, Nov. 29, 1896.
14. Jennie to Willie, Dec. 6, 1896.
15. Diary, July 26, 1897.
16. John King to Willie, Oct. 8, 1896.
17. "Our English Shakspere", Canadian Monthly, July, 1876.
18. T. M. Mulligan to W.L.M.K., Dec. 17, 1940.
19. W.L.M.K., Memorandum, April 25, 1949.
20. John King to Willie, Dec. 27, 1899.
21. Ibid.
22. John King to Willie, May 1, 1898.
23. J. W. L. Forster, Under the Studio Light ( Toronto, 1928), p. 94.
24. Mrs. King to Willie, March 31, 1899.
25. Jennie to Willie, June 8, 1898.
26. John King to Willie, May 17, 1898.
27. Willie to Mrs. King, Feb. 4, 1898.
28. Mrs. King to Willie, March 10, 1898.

CHAPTER TWO: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
1. T. A. Reed, ed., A History of the University of Trinity College, Toronto, 1852-1952 ( Toronto, 1952), pp. 92-5.
2. Varsity, Oct. 20, 1891.
3. W.L.M.K. to Mr. and Mrs. King, Nov. 1, 1891.
4. "The Varsity and the Students?" by Justice, Varsity, Dec. 6, 1893. "Greek Letter Societies", by ΓΛΣ, ibid., Oct. 17, 1894. "Hallowe'en", by Rex, ibid., Nov. 7, 1894.
5. Ibid., March 20, 1931.

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