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The Telegraph of Tuesday published an article taken from the New York World, but dated “St. John, N.B.,” in which a wonderfully inaccurate description of Tracadie, the lazaretto, etc., was given. Almost every statement made in that description is...

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Le Canadien, a well-written but execrably printed paper, ventilates a new grievance in a lively and vigorous article signed by its editor. He claims that the conducting of business in the public departments, exclusively in the English language, is a...

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E.S.W. P., Moncton, writes a letter to the St. John Telegraph favoring the erection of a Loyalist Memorial building in St. John. His points are well put.

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La Baie Sainte Marie et l’Émigration.
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Si l’autorité des parents était encore dans toute sa force à la baie Ste-Marie, verrait-on se produire un pareil courant? Ne faut-il pas conclure de ce qui arrive en ce moment que...

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Correspondances.
NOTRE FETE NATIONALE, ETC.

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En relisant l’autre jour l’histoire des Acadiens (« Une colonie féodale ») par M. Rameau, je suis arrivé à une période vers la fin du volume qui m’a suggéré une idée en rapport...

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LES ACADIENS DE LA NOUVELLE-ECOSSE ET L'ENSEIGNEMENT DE L’HISTOIRE.

L'Evangéline, organe des Acadiens de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, fait un plaidoyer puissant en faveur d’un enseignement rectifié de l’histoire de l’Acadie dans les écoles élémentaires....

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–Un journal américain pose les questions suivantes :

Qu’est-ce qui nous a valu la prospérité merveilleuse dont le pays jouit en ce moment?–L’agriculture.

Qu’est-ce qui a ramené de l’Europe les obligations de notre gouvernement?–L’...

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AN OPEN LETTER.

Mr Dougald Macdonald Pays His Respects to Historian Richard.
Montreal, August 31, 1895.

Edouard Richard, Esq :

Dear Sir,—Every British subject should feel under a lasting obligation to you for having so...

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Aux Acadiens.

Mess, et chers Compatriotes :—

Cent quarante années se sont écoulées depuis l’expulsion et le massacre des Acadiens des possessions françaises de l’Acadie—un événement qui surpasse en horreur les atrocités arméniennes de nos...

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Que n'efface point le temps?

La France assistera aux grandes fêtes allemandes de Kiel à l’occasion de l’ouverture du canal de la mer du Nord. Les cuirassés français figureront avec les grands croiseurs d’Angleterre et d’Italie dans les eaux...

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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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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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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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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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NOUS PROTESTONS.

Oui nous protestons jusqu’au dernier moment

Le mal est évidemment fait, il est irréparable. Devons-nous en rejeter la responsabilité sur quelqu’un?

C’est déjà une question passablement embrouillée que cette...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL AND ST. JOHN.

Although St. John forms one of most important termini of the Intercolonial, it has always been treated government as of much less important than Halifax, and while the best possible facilities have been created...

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A DUAL LANGUAGE QUESTION.

The Acadian society in the maritime provinces is supposed by some of the equal rights people farther west to have a mischevious tendency. On the contrary, it is an influence in favor of better education and a wider...

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THE ACADIAN BROTHERHOOD.

The Acadian convention at Church Point, whereof some account was published on Saturday, was perhaps not so successful as an occasion for oratory as was expected. In other respects it was a good convention, and probably...

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EXPULSION OF THE ACADIANS. – On one point we differ from the writer of the letter signed “Kent” – the expulsion of the Acadians. We do not think that it has been clearly proved that they refused unconditionally to take the oath of allegiance, and so...

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The Centennial Hall.

SIR, -- Mass meetings have been called, committees have been appointed, and there has been sufficient talk about a Loyalist monument. What we want now is action. Why not constitute the officers of...

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The City Funds and the Exhibition.

SIR: I did not gather from the report of the proceedings of the Executive Committee that any part of the city or Provincial grant would be applied to any Loyalist celebration, such as must take place in some...

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Les Ecoles Françaises

Il est évident que les autorités commencent à reconnaître que le système actuel n’est pas de nature à rendre pleine et entière justice aux Français, et qu’il reste beaucoup à faire pour mettre les Acadiens sur le même pied...

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The French Must Go.

(St. Thomas Journal.)

We have altogether too much French in Canada for Canada’s good. This is an English country in preponderance of numbers, in speech and in sentiment; and it is anomalous, degrading and dangerous...

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“THE LOYALIST IDEA.”

In the Rev. Mr. CURRIE’s eloquent lecture on this subject, which must prove a great help to our Loyalist Celebration, he referred, in glowing terms, to the gathering into a single city of the populations around the mouth of...

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Le Français à la Louisiane.

Nous signalons, avec infimment de plaisir l’apparition de l’Observateur Louisianais, revue mensuelle, politique et libéraire, publiée à la Nouvelle-Orléans. L’esprit de cette nouvelle revue est profondément religieux...

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