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Wants a French Candidate for Northumberland

(Contributed by Reality)

As events point to a general election in the near future, would it not be prudent for the Catholics of Northumberland County to wake up, and place their Catholics on...

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Rambling Reflections

Tomorrow will be the seventh Sunday after Pentecost.

Last Tuesday was our Canadian natal Day. We have been thirty five years in Confederation. In 1865 this Province on an appeal to the people on the question of Union...

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It might perhaps be easy for a wise mother who has God-given Instincts guide her. Says Simon Y. McPherlain the interior; but a teacher, even he be also a father, must reach the motors of another's boy by proceeding from without inwards. His first...

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A CORONATION ODE

The Independent welcomes this poem as "a literary event of large value and larger promise." In an editorial it says:

"We warrant that it |the 'Ode'] will be easily the finest poem, which the occasion will produce. The...

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A Letter from the Hon Judge Landry

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

If your offensive references to our Acadian Priesthood, and your provoking and unmerited accusation of demagogy against us Acadian laymen who have humbly struggled against...

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The coronation on celebration in St. John will mount to nothing but in huge fizzle. Cause: too much red tape.

It was thought that St. John would on this occasion have a demonstration in keeping with its reputation as the City of the Loyalists...

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THE NEW PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
Mr. Michael McDade Unfolds the Scheme to Remedy the Decline of Catholic Influence in New Brunswick. His Noble Tribute to the Late Honorable Michael Adams Whole He Styles “The Greatest Irish Public Man New Brunswick Has...

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A POISONOUS SHEET

In its issue of Nov 28, the Richibucto Review, which is said to be the personal organ of C.J, Milligan, manager of the Telegraph of this city and province organizer of the Liberal party, publishes a blasphemous attack on the...

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A FINAL WORD TO MR. McDADE

We present another inconsequential letter from Mr. McDade to our readers to-day. We have a pretty clear idea of what Mr. McDade is driving at. His purpose is two-fold.

First, he has reasonable grounds to fear...

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FREE ENGLAND

The application of the Law of Association to the religions orders in France has resulted in the FREE ENGLAND, departure and dispersion of whole communities. The effect, of course, is international. An influx of French religious into...

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ACADIAN REPRESENTATION IN OTTAWA

L’Acadie, a French-English newspaper published at Weymouth, N.S. very justly insists on an increase of Acadian representatives in the Senate and House of Commons of Canada L’Acadie does this in view of the great...

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THE DEPARTURE OF MR. McINERARNEY

Under this heading the Moniteur Acadien of the 14th inst. publishes the following sensational editorial, which we translate: “the departure of Mr. Geo V. McInerney, ex-member of the House of Commons at Ottawa,...

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Acadiensis

The October quarterly issue of “Acadiensis”, David Russell Jack, editor, is an unusually interesting number. In subject matter it ranges all the way from the sixteenth century doings of the French to biographical sketches of two of...

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IRISH NEW BRUNSWICKERS AND FRENCH NEW BRUNSWICKERS

The Moncton Times takes the trouble to deprecate the spirit in which a correspondent signing himself "Observer" alludes to the FREEMAN’S STATEMENT of last week that Judge Landry owes his...

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Acadians and Their Feast

The celebration of the Feast of the Assumption, at Memramcook, on Thursday was an event that ended with more than usual interest.

The presentation of the historical tableau of "Le Dispersion des Acadians” was a...

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Blunders of Modern Education

The assertion that our entire system of education is totally wrong from beginning to end will probably scandalize both the ruin conventional Conservative and the progressive-minded Educationalist. The vast majority...

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Acadian Fredericton

Visiting The Old Home

A prominent New York journalist, .Mr. H.A.O’ Leary and his mother, Mrs. John O'Leary of New York, were in St. John a few days last week, enroute to their old home at Buctouche [Bouctouche] to...

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A Local Injustice

The last number of the Royal Gazette contains the names of the fifteen revisors appointed by the Local Government for the county of Northumberland. The list does not contain a single French name. This would lead us to...

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WANTS BACK HER FRENCH

A Quebec despatch to the New York Sun of June 6 says: A very excited controversy upon the status of French-Canadians in the United States and the efforts being made for their repatriation is at present waged between the...

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The Curse of Expediency

The following timely article appeared the last issue of the Canadian Democrat which is published as a supplement to Butler’s journal.

“A certain Mr. Brock has been lecturing recently on that sad and shameful...

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EXPULSION of ACADIANS.

Their Expatriation. An Act of religious Persecution, Sub-serving Political Ends.

In a late issue of the FREEMAN we invited students of Acadian history to substantiate the statement of Hon. H. R. Emerson made in the...

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The Expulsion of the ACADIANS

The Rev. Dr. Brock of Kentville, N.S., lectured in this city on Tuesday evening last on “The Legend of Evangeline and the Removal of the Acadians from Nova Scotia.“ As a presentation of the accepted English view...

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Acadiensis

The first number of “Acadiensis: a Quarterly devoted to the interests of the Maritime Provinces of Canada,” has reached us. The editor is David Russel Jack and the magazine is published under the auspices of the Acadian Society...

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A HIBERNIAN ANGLO-MANIAC

Under the paradoxical heading of ‘A Hibernian anglomaniac’ the official organ of the A. O. H. in Massachusetts attacks a Canadian brother and accuse him of disloyalty to the aims on the order, because he wished his...

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MISSIONARIES IN ACADIA.
THE PIONEERS WHO LABORED IN THE MARITIME PROVINCES

Since the Fall or Quebec – Names of the Workers in Catholicity’s Cause Since 1772 to 1888 – A Period Covering a Century's Growth.

The following list of...

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