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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

AFTER THE BATTLE OF BRANDY-WINE- A SLACK PURSUIT.

The Gallant Conduct of the Loyalist Queen's Rangers and Their Heavy Losses—Officers Who Settled in This Province.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER XXII....

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

MOVEMENTS OF THE ARMIES BEFORE THE BATTLE OF BRANDYWINE.

General Howe's Plan or Battle—Cornwallis Executes a Plank March and Falls on the American Right—Total Defeat of Washington's Army.

BY JAMES HANNAY....

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

HOWE LANDS HIS ARMY ON THE ELK RIVER IN AUGUST, 1777

The Number of His Troops—Marches to the Head of Elk-The Movements of Washington's Army—On the Eve of Battle.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER XXL—...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

REBEL ATTACK ON NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS ON STATEN ISLAND.

The Americans Are Defeated and Driven Off With Heavy Loss—General Campbell’s Official Account of the Affair-A Creditable Loyalist Victory.

BY JAMES...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

SOME OF THE EARLY SETTLERS IN NEW BRUNSWICK.

Capt. Peabody's Party Make Their Homes at Maugerville and Gagetown -Excessive Land Grants—Other New Brunswick Settlers.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER III.—[...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

SETTLEMENT OF NOVA SCOTIA

Emigration to it from New England— Effects of the Treaty of Paris—The St. John River Settled — Messrs. Simonds and White at St. John.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER III.

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

NEW MEASURES OF TAXATION PASSED BY PARLIAMENT.

The Quartering of Troops—The Smuggling Interest—Remonstrances From Massachusetts—Coercing the Colonial Legislatures—More Rioting in Boston —Troops Brought From...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE DIFFICULTIES.

Benjamin Franklin's Testimony — Resolve to Repeal the Stamp Act— Constitutional Arguments—Virtual Representation—The Stamp Act Repealed.

BY JAMES HANNAY.

CHAPTER...

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History of the Loyalists

With the beginning of the New Year the Telegraph will commence the publication in The Daily and Weekly Telegraph of a series of papers on the Loyalists from the pen of Mr. James Hannay, the Historian of Acadia, who is a...

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HISTORY OF THE LOYALISTS

THE BEGINNING OF THE DIFFICULTIES.

The Area of the Struggle— Population of the Thirteen Colonies—The Stamp Act-Opposition To It In All the Colonies—Rioting and Destruction of Property—Patriotism and Plunder.

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AMONG THE ISLES OF CHARLOTTE.

The round trip advertised by the International Steamship Company and the Shore Line Railway, from St. John to Eastport, St. Andrews, St. Stephen, and returning over the Shore Line, is one of the pleasantest that has...

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ON HISTORIC GROUND,

THE LOYALIST SOCIETY'S EXCURSION TO GAGETOWN.

A Service In the Church of the Village -Addresses by the Lieut.-Governor. Sir John Allen. Dr. I. Allen Jack. Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Dr. Stockton and Others —Enjoyable...

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THE LOYALIST EXCURSION.

An excursion to Gagetown by the members of the Loyalist Society and their friends was a happily conceived idea. Gagetown itself is one of the most beautiful places on the St. John River, and it has a history which anti-...

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Loyalist Gathering.

The Loyalist Society of St. John are now making arrangements for a large gathering of the descendants of Loyalists, to be held at Gagetown on the 19th July, at which time it is contemplated having a celebration of the...

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PARRTOWN.

At the meeting of the New Brunswick Historical Society, Tuesday evening, Rev. Mr. Raymond complained that in the histories of New Brunswick too much was made of fact that St. John was at one time called Parr-town, the truth being that...

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A LOYALIST MEMORIAL.

Sir John C. Allen, in the course of his speech at the dinner of the Loyalist Society on Wednesday evening, said that he hoped the society would be able to do something more to honor the memory of the Loyalists than merely to...

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’Twas 109 YEARS AGO.

THE LANDING OF THE LOYALISTS FITTINGLY HONORED.

Speeches Breathing Patriotism at the Annual Banquet — Those Who Observed the Day in This Manner, and Some of the Sentiments Expressed.

The members of the Loyalist...

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Annual Meeting of the Loyalist Society.

The Loyalist Society held their annual meeting in the rooms of the Historical Society last evening, Mr. Justice Palmer in the chair.

The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted.

The...

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The Loyalist Society held their annual meeting last night, and elected officers. The landing of the Loyalists will be celebrated on the 18th inst. by a dinner, and later in the season there will probably be a steamboat excursion to some point on the...

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ENGLAND'S GREAT DAY,

AS OBSERVED BY THE LOCAL ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY.

The March to Church—Appropriate Sir men by the Chaplain-The Simple Basis of the Society—Virtues of the Old Loyalists—Britain’s Pre-eminent and Ever Increasing Greatness—...

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BENEDICT ARNOLD.

In the latest issue of dominion archives Mr. Douglas Brymner, the compiler, has embodied some letters and memoranda from Governor Simcoe of Upper Canada. Among these are some interesting references to Benedict Arnold, whose...

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ADVERTISING ON THE FLAG.

There are loyalists and loyalists, Canadian and American. Of the true-blue American and republican variety is the New York Commander of the Loyal Legion. This body, at a recent meeting, passed a resolution pelting upon...

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THE HISTORY OF TRINITY

IS THE HISTORY OF THE CITY OF ST. JOHN.

The Old Church Celebrates Its Centennial Anniversary-Crowded to the Doors — A Beautiful Service —Rev. Canon Brigstocke’s Sermon — The Music.

The annals of Trinity...

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SHATTERING CENTENNIAL IDOLS.

Governor Morris, a great grand-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, has recently given to the press the result of his search among old documents and correspondence with a view to ascertain what manner of men the revolutionary...

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1785-1889.

The Old City and the New.

The subjoined account of matters in connexion with the first mayoralty of St. John are taken from Mr. J. W. Lawrence’s valuable Footprints. They will be read with interest at the initiation of the new...

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