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The persons named in Justices have been dead for months, it is said. Michael O’Mahony, or Portland, and James Burke, of St. Martins, have been appointed Alms House Commissioners, but as there is only one vacancy on the Commission there is likely to be...

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[From Hansard.]

I am indebted to the kindness of promoters of this Bill for the honor of being called upon to second the motion proposed by the senior member for the city of Ottawa. The occasion of asking this House to consider the subject of...

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How it is proposed to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Landing of the Loyalists.

The celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the landing of the Loyalists, which takes place on the 18th of May next, promises to be a very grand...

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At a meeting of the Firemen of the city held on Monday evening last it was decided that twenty men from the different companies should go to St. John on the 18th of May to take part in the demonstration which is to be given there in honor of the...

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Wednesday, April 25.

Mr. Thompson moved the House into a committee of the whole to consider a bill to amend an act to provide a system of sewerage and water supply for the city of Fredericton, Mr. Tibbits in the chair.

Mr. Thompson said...

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We hope that the feeling of disappointment in respect to the Centennial which the Globe says is prevalent in St. John will not be realized. We think with the Globe that more should have been done to make public display illustrative as far as was...

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The evidence as taken at the Investigation - Amero likely to be handed over to the Massachusetts authorities.

In the case of the extradition of Amero, the alleged murderer of Mrs. Carlton, at Watertown, Mass., the preliminary proceedings were...

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The current of action in this world at this day rushes on such rapid course that even recent and most noteworthy events are soon forgotten. It is not a week since St. John celebrated its centenary, and now the illuminations having all gone out, the...

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Mr. W. P. Dole, of St. John, was awarded the Globe’s prize for the Centennial Ode, out of thirty-seven competitors. The following is the Ode: -

Out from the lovely land that gave them birth,
From pleasant homes that generous charms...

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General W.B. Hazen, chief of the Signal Bureau of the United States, who is termed “Old Probabilities,” came through from the west yesterday morning and was accompanied by Lieut. – Commander B. H. McCallom. They registered at the Dufferin and in the...

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The receipts on the I.C.R. for the week ending May 12th, were $17,000 in excess of those of the same period of last year.

Steel rails for the St. John Co. and the R.R.R. Co. are now being received at Carleton. They will be at once laid down at...

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ACADIAN CONTROVERSY.

Mr. Landry Repudiates Mr. Pier’s Contentions and Ably Defends his
Compatriots.
(Free Press, Jan. 13, 1899.)
Editor FREE PRESS.

SIR,—It is rather amusing that Mr. Piers, in an article nearly two...

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ACADIAN CONTROVERSY.

Harry Piers the Well Known Historian Ably Defends Himself.
(Free Press Dec. 23, 1898 )

Editor Free Press.

SIR,—I beg to thank Mr. V. A. Landry for his reply-to my letter. In accordance with my request he...

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Mr. Landry’s Reply to Mr. Piers
[Free Press, Dec. 16, 1898.]

In reply to Mr. Piers’ letter, which appeared in last issue of the Free Press, asking us to cite the passages to which we took exception in his article on “D’Anville’s Expedition...

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(Free Press, Dec. 9, 98)
Editor FREE PRESS.

Sir :—My attention has been called to an editorial in the FREE PRESS of November 4th in which, in a somewhat indefinite manner, yon criticise an article of mine on d’Anville’s expedition. Yon...

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(Free Press Nov 4, 1898)

We are indebted to Mr. G. U. Hay for No. 3 of the supplementary leaflets on Canadian History. The contents are: “Fort Cumberland” by Jas Hannay; “General Coffin,” I. A. Jack, D. C L.; “Nicolas Deny’s Description of the...

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Responding to the request of a large number of our readers to publish in L'EVANGELINE the Acadien Controversy, now going on in the Weymouth Free Press, between its proprietor and Mr. Harry Piers, of the Legislative Library, Halifax, we preface its...

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A LIBEL ON DIGBY COUNTRY.

(From the Free Press.)

American journals and their correspondents, in search of sensational narratives and descriptions, carry their newspaper enterprise to altogether too great an extent. These writers are...

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AN OPEN LETTER.

Mr Dougald Macdonald Pays His Respects to Historian Richard.
Montreal, August 31, 1895.

Edouard Richard, Esq :

Dear Sir,—Every British subject should feel under a lasting obligation to you for having so...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

FORTS CLINTON AND INDEPENDENCE TAKEN.

Attack on Fort Montgomery—American Losses-150 Loyalists Confined on American Vessels and Burned to Death.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER XXIV—Continued.

Forts...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

BRITISH GENERALS SUPPLIED WITH FOOD AND AMMUNITION

Carried Through an Enemy’s Country— Crossing the West Bank of the Hudson—Burgoyne’s Central Division Attacked by the Americans—The Americans Erect Two Forts....

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

ST. LEDGER'S EXPEDITION TO FORT STANWIX FAILS.

The Battle of Bennington—Its Unfortunate Results on the British Cause.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER XXIII.—-Concluded.

ST. LEDGER'S EXPEDITION.

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

BURGOYNE ADVANCES AND CAPTURES TICONDEROGA.

Plight of the Americans-They Are Defeated at Hubbardtown — Burgoyne's First Great Blunder.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER XX III. —Continued.

THE DESPISED...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

THE STORY OF BURGOYNE’S CAMPAIGN ON THE HUDSON.

Loyalist Corps Under His Command— Contemptuous Treatment of Loyalist Officers by the British Generals.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER XXIII.

BURGOYNE’...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

WASHINGTON ABANDONS PHILADELPHIA TO THE BRITISH.

General Wayne’s Force Attacked at Paoli by General Grey and Dispersed —The Affair Which Americans Term "The Paoli Massacre."

BY JAMES HANNAY.

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