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Loyalist at Home.

Dr. A. A. Stockton, K. C., presided at the At Home given by the Loyalist Society last evening. After reading a letter of regret from Rev. Canon and Mrs. DeVeber, Dr. Stockton announced that in future Loyalist Day would be...

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Several speakers at the Loyalist At Home last evening deplored the condition of the monuments in the Old Burial Ground. Why should not the Loyalist Society lead an agitation for better care of the resting place of so many of those whose memory was...

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Landing of the Loyalists
Celebration of 120th Anniversary Begun.

One hundred and twenty years ago today the Loyalists landed where the city of St. John now stands. Their descendants here began the celebration of the anniversary last...

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Loyalist Society

The regular monthly meeting of the N. B. Loyalist Society was held last night, when a paper was read by Rev. Dr. Raymond on Some of the Loyalists in Arms during the war of the American revolution. The learned doctor dealt with...

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OLD BURIAL GROUND

To the Editor of the Star:

Sir,—It was with much interest I read the minutes of the meeting of "Loyalist Bones,” and noted the well-founded objections raised by that body (or parts of former bodies) to the erection of a...

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Loyalist Day Services.

The anniversary services of the Loyalist Society held in Trinity church last evening were attended by a large congregation, many of whom wore as the badge of their Loyalist descent ribbons of red, white and blue. The...

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ACADIAN CONVENT.

A great Acadian convention will be held in Waltham, Mass., on Saturday. About 800 delegates, including some prominent men from the maritime pro-vinces will attend. Judge Landry, Rev Father Belliveau, Senator Poirier, Ferdinand...

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LOYALIST SOCIETY

The regular quarterly meeting of Loyalist Society was held last evening at the rooms of the Historical Society.

The anniversary service at Trinity on Sunday evening next was arranged for, the chaplain, Rev W. O. Raymond,...

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THE LOYALIST SOCIETY.

The annual meeting of the Loyalist Society will be held on Tuesday evening in the rooms of the N. B. Historical Society. Business of importance in connection with the observance of Coronation Day will come up.

The...

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THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING

At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Taylor, jr, Bridge street, last evening was celebrated the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Taylor, sr. About fifty relatives and friends sat down at supper and a very happy...

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THE SCHOOLS.
Empire Day Was Loyally Observed in This City.
Exercises in All the Departments and Speeches in Several By Leading Citizens

In all the city schools today the exercises took on a most patriotic form. It is probably that...

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LOYALIST DAY.

Flags are flying today in honor of the founders of St. John. This is Loyalist Day, and at no time in all the years since the Loyalists landed here have the people been more proud of their connections with the empire, or more loyal...

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N. B. Loyalist Society

Annual Meeting — The Election of Officers.

The N. B. Loyalist Society held its annual meeting last evening in the rooms of the New Brunswick Historical Society. Market building, the president, Dr. William Bayard,...

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