The Revolt of French Canada, 1800-1835: A Chapter of the History of the British Commonwealth

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INDEX
Acts of Parliament, see titles of individual Acts
Agriculture, 12-13, 14, 316, 358; see also Land tenure
American Intercourse Acts, 229
Americans, see United States
Amyot, Thomas, 121, 133, 264, 265-6, 267
'Army bills,' 96-7, 102
Assembly, House of: A. Cuvillier and, 324-5; and agriculture, 316; and Canada Committess ( 1828), 290-3, 303, 325-6; and education, 311; and executive council, 219-21, 362, 370; and finacial, see Finance; and Gosford Commission, 208; and judicial system, 317-19; and land grants, 189, 190-1; and land tenure, 171-2, 173, 175, 179, 337; and the legislative council, 214, 215-19, 273, 292, 294, 302-3, 321-3, 355-6, 359, 364, 372; and 'Loi des Fabriques,' 330-4; and London agent, 322; and 'massacre of Montreal,' 353, 357-8; and roads, 191, 192; and supply bills, see Finance; and Union bill( 1822), 153, 161-2; composition and structure, 23, 25-6, 28-31, 53-7, 363; Duke of Richmond and, 133-4; French and, 28-9, 72-5, 212, see also under names of politicians; H. Rylands and, 229, 230; J. Stephen and, 262-3, 272-6; Ld. Aylmer and, 328, 336-7, 341, 343, 357, 358, 371; Ld. Dalhousie and, 57, 127-8, 120-30, 132, 136-40, 143, 145, 282; Ld. Goderich and, 339, 340, 341, 361; payment of members proposed, 51, 159, 325; P. Bédard on, 69-71; R. Christie and A. Stuart and, 326-9, 356; Reforms of, 194, 213, 219-20, 287, 306; Sir G. Prevost and, 95, 100-2; Sir J. Craig and, 55-6, 84-93, 110; Sir J. Kempt and, 220, 305-7, 324, 326; sir J. Sherbrooke and, 111-13, 114; see also Eastern. Township-- representation; Education; Finance; and names of politicians
Aylmer, Fifth Baron, 148, 200, 202, 301, 335-6, 356; and the Assembly, 328, 336-7, 341, 343, 357, 358, 371; and L. J. Papineau, 341, 365; and the 'massacre of Montreal, 352-3, 358
Bagg, Stanley, 346, 347, 348, 380
Bagot, Sir Charles, xviii
Baie des Chaleurs, 190
Baie St. Paul, 112, 316, 331
Baillie, George, 247, 263, 269
Baillie, Thomas, 269, 359
Baldwin. Robert, xviii
Banks, Sir Joseph, 227
Bathurst, Third Earl, 94, 105, 107, 109, 231-2, 233-421; and absenteeism, 265; and Catholic and Anglican church, 99, 109, 114, 234, 235-6, 237-8, 239-42; and Duke of Richmond, 113, 134, 235; and education, 241-2; and J. Stephen, 261; and d. Dalhousie, 134-5, 136, 147, 242, 269; and R. W. Horton, 247; and Sir G. Prevost, 105, 221; and Sir J. Sherbrooke, 109, 114; and Union bill ( 1822), 165, 168
Beauharnois, 358
Beaver Club, 11
Bédard, Elzéar, 322, 356, 359, 366
Bédard, Pierre Stanislas, 52, 65-71, 74, 107, 122, 212, 229; and the Assembly, 69-71, 83; and the constitution, 68-71, 72, 74, 75; and Eastern Townships, 192-3; and J. Neilson, 161; and the popular party, 57, 64; and Sir G. Prevost, 98, 99; and Sir J. Criag, 56, 90; imprisonment, 88, 89, 90
Bedford county, 187, 308
Bell, Andrew, 311
Bell Michael, 5
Bigsby, J. D., 8, 10, 21, 124, 200-1, 358
Blackstone's Commentaries, xviii, 66, 73, 74
Blackwood's Magazine, 257
Blanchet, Dr. Francis, 56, 64, 88, 98, 146, 326; L. J. Papineau and, 158, 159
Bleury, de, 351, 380, 381, 382
Blowers, Chief Justice, 4
Bonne, Judge Pierre Amable de, 48-9, 52, 66, 83-4, 99, 104
Borgia, J, L., 56, 98
Boucherville, 11
Bourdages, Louis, 53, 64, 69, 83, 98, 366; and 1827 election, 146; and Stuart, 328; and the constitution, 323; and land tenure, 175; and Ld. Dalhousie, 129; and the legislative council, 344, 359; and L. J. Papineau, 158, 175; and

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Maps x
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Part I - The Setting 1
  • I - The Province of Lower Canada 3
  • II - Lord Grenville's Act 23
  • Part II - The Struggle in the Colony: Governor Versus Assembly 39
  • III - Governor, Electorate, Assembly 41
  • IV - The Popular Party 58
  • V - Sir James Craig, 1807-11 77
  • VI - The Francophile Governor Sir George Prevost, 1811-15 95
  • VII - Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, I816-I8 109
  • VIII - Lord Dalhousie, 1820-28 124
  • Part III - The Struggle in the Colony: The Fundamental Issues 149
  • IX - The Question of Union 151
  • XII - The Question of Representation 187
  • XII - The Attack on the Councils 207
  • Part IV - The Reaction in England 223
  • XIII - Reaction in War 225
  • XIV - Reaction in Peace 243
  • XV - The Politics of the Colonial Office 260
  • XVI - The Mind of Parliament 277
  • Part V - The Ascendancy of French Canada 297
  • XVII - The Triumph of the Assembly 299
  • XVIII - The Work of the Assembly 311
  • XIX - The Forces Dividing 321
  • XX - The Catastrophe 335
  • XXI - The Election of 1834 355
  • Conclusion 374
  • Appendix 378
  • Bibliographical Notes 384
  • Notes 390
  • Index 419
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