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IMPERIAL FEDERATION.

A BRANCH OF THE LEAGUE FORMED IN ST. JOHN.

No Room for Annexation—A Clergyman Condemns Those Who Are Willing to Sell Their Inheritance for a Mess of American Pottage.

The rooms of the N. B. Historical Society...

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ORANGE BI-CENTENARY,

SERMONS TO MEMBERS OF THE L. O. ASSOCIATION.

Rev. W. O. Raymond Preaches In St. Mary's Church, Rev. Mr. Martell In the Fairvllle Orange Hall, and Rev. John Read at Marysville.

A special service in commemoration...

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LOYALIST DAY.

The highest code of morals in all countries ancient and modern has taught respect for parents. It sometimes occurs that three or four generations of one family live on together, as was recently the case in the imperial household of...

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A Loyalist Centennial Souvenir.

The New Brunswick Historical Society have in the press of its publishers, Messrs. J. & A. McMillan: 1783; The Loyalist Centennial Souvenir; 1883. From the table of contents, there is in store for the coming...

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THE INLAND BAY OF KINGS,

FROM ST. JOHN TO HATFIELD’S POINT.

Interesting Description of the Bay, the People, the Stopping Places, the Traffic and Old Times and Old People-What Steam has Done to Open the Country.

Belleisle bay, like...

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THE DAYS OF OUR FATHERS

BEAUTIFUL WOODSTOCK AND ITS LOYALIST SETTLERS.

Sturdy Pioneers Who Nobly Served Their God and Country—A Sketch of the Early History of Carleton County.

BY REV. W. O. RAYMOND.

At the time the first...

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THE UPPER ST. JOHN.

Its Early Settlement and Present Development,

A Country of Magnificent Scenery and Splendid Resources.

The upper St. John is a country full of romance and legend. It would be difficult to ascertain at this late...

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GLOBULAR LOYALTY.

Yesterday afternoon, on the eve of Loyalists Day, the St. John Globe put forth the following in regard to the fishery question:—

If we invite the American people to enter into a treaty with us and they decline, are we...

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THE LOYALISTS ANNIVERSARY.

To-day marks another anniversary of the landing of the Loyalists at St. John. The hundred and three years since they set their feet upon our shores have witnessed many changes here and elsewhere. This continent has in...

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THE FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT,

An Immense Display of Fire Apparatus and a Large Gathering of Firemen Expected on Dominion Day.

In the old days of the volunteer fire department, when any event of importance transpired which rendered a...

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CANADIAN HELP FOR ENGLAND.

It is more than probable that the language used by Sir John Macdonald in some of his public addresses delivered in England, have given to the statesmen and people of England a too sanguine view of the probable aid to...

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[Harper's Magazine.]

THE ACADIANS BEFORE THEIR REMOVAL.

The removal of the Acadians was the result of influences that had been at work for forty years, and which had now mounted to a crisis. Abbe Reynal, who knew nothing of this people...

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HISTORIC GROUND.

Reminiscences of the Market Square.

The Changes of a Century on the Spot Where the Loyalists Landed.

When the Loyalists who had left the populous city of New York in 1783 arrived in St. John, they could not have...

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THE NEW CITY PARK.

THE HAYMARKET SQUARE AND THE POLYMORPHIAN CLUB.

What the Club Proposes Doing to Beautify the City.

A little over a year ago, about April 12th, 1883, when the Centennial celebration of the landing of the Loyalists...

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LOYALIST DAY.

Appropriate Discourses in the Churches.

Yesterday was the 101st anniversary of the landing of the Loyalists in St. John, which event occurred on Sunday, May 18th, 1783. In several churches sermons appropriate to the...

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GRAND MILITARY CONCERT.—On Monday evening, the 19th inst., a grand concert will be given at the Institute under the auspices of the 62nd Fusiliers, which will he particularly interesting and novel; the occasion being the anniversary of the landing of...

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CIVIC RULERS IN COUNCIL.

A Long and Important Meeting.

THE DOMINION LICENSE ACT.

A Report on the Winter Port Question.

DISCUSSION ON THE STREETS.

The Chamberlain’s Report for 1883.

BILLS FOR THE LEGISLATURE....

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THE INSTITUTE PLATFORM.

Dr. Bailey's Lecture on Centennial Foot-prints.

"Some Centennial Footprints—the Retrospect of a Naturalist." was the subject of the lecture of L W. Bailey, M. A. Ph. D., in the Institute last evening. In opening...

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INSTITUTE LECTURE COURSE.

Political History of the United Empire Loyalists.

“The Political History of the United Empire Loyalists” was the subject of the lecture of Mr. C. E. Fraser, the principal of the Institute for the Blind, Halifax,...

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MR. RICHARD’S DEFEAT

PRONOUNCED BY A CONSERVATIVE JOURNAL TO BE A MISTAKE.

The Fredericton Farmer, which is so Tory it seldom refers to THE TRANSCRIPT without a sneer says: - “No doubt our Acadian friends in Westmorland are deeply...

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THE HON. P.A. LANDRY

SHOULD HE HAVE STOOD BY THE ACADIAN PEOPLE LONGER.

EDITOR TRANSCRIPT: - He’s a funny writer “Liberal Conservateur” of the “Moniteur Acadien.” He tells the public that he joins his feeble voice to the powerful pleas...

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CELEBRATION AT BOUCTOUCHE.

SPEECHES BY THE CANDIDATE, PREMIER BLAIR, J.A. MCQUEEN AND OTHERS.

BOUCTOUCHE, Sept.16. – [Special.] – the country about here is wild with enthusiasm. Last night an immense crowd surrounded the Bay View Hotel...

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Melanson’s Inconsistency

Does he Own Westmorland?

The Man Who Believes he Controls Westmorland.

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WESTMORLAND LIBERAL CONVENTION.

A convention will be held at Robb’s Hall, Dorchester, at 1:30 p.m, on Tuesday, February 17, to nominate a candidate to contest the County of Westmorland, for the House of Commons, in the interest of Liberal and...

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ACADIANS IN KENT.

WHAT IS SAID IN DEFENCE OF DR. LEGERE’S COMPATRIOTS.

EDITOR TRANSCRIPT, Mr. “More Anon” in your issue of the 14th inst. finds fault with J. C. Chapais’ lecturing on “dairy topics” in the...

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