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THE ACADIAN TRAGEDY
BY FRANCIS PARKMAN.
CONCLUDED.

Winslow had, indeed, some cause for anxiety. He had captured more Acadians since the 5th, and had now in charge nearly five hundred able bodied men with scarcely three hundred to...

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The French Acadians of this parish, as well as those of the three provinces, are going to celebrate the 15th of August as their Fete Nationale. All those who will participate in the fete will assemble at P. E. Island where it will be celebrated.

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The Acadian French people of the Maritime Provinces will hold their Fete Nationale at Miscouche. P. E. I., to-day and to-morrow, Delegates from all the Acadian settlements in Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and the...

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THE ACADIAN TRAGEDY.
CONTINUED

On the 14th of August Winslow set out from his camp at Fort Beausejour, or Cumberland; on his memorable errand. He had with him but two hundred and ninety-seven men. His mood of mind was not serene. He was...

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Kent County.
First Settlers.-Ferocity of the Richibuctos.--Early Struggles.

(From Cooney's History of N. B.)

After the capture of Fort Beau Sejour (1755) the Acadians who had been pardoned, as already mentioned, dispersing...

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THE ACADIAN TRAGEDY.
CONTINUED.

The loss of Acadia had been gall and wormwood to France. That she would soon seek to recover it was certain; and with the temper which her agents had infused into the population there could be no doubt that...

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The Isthmus of Chignecto.

Period of English Settlement.-Early Census Returns.-March Areas

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French Rule.

Since the 20th of June, a political section has become alarmed and shocked at the prospects of French Rule. Their organ—the Transcript gives the note of warning. There appears to have been cause for alarm during the past thirty...

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Rev. D. D. Currie and the Loyalist Idea.

Longfellow in one of his best known short poems speaks of one thing as a degrading influence.

“The hardening of-the heart, that brings Irreverence for the dreams of youth.”

It may befall a...

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Acadian Convocation.

Large Gathering —Fine Weather. —Addresses, Music and Amusements.

Hon. P. A. Landry, chairman of and other members of the Executive Committee, have been very busy the past few days arranging the details of the...

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Loyalist Memorial. — j, W. Lawrence. Esq., St. John, proposes a Memorial Hall to be erected on the old burial ground, to contain paintings, statuary, relics, records, library, &c., to be dedicated on May 18th, 1883, the centenary of their landing...

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