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Loyalists’ Centennial Souvenir

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Last evening Rev. Dr. Macrae preached an admirable sermon, suggested by the approaching celebration of the Centennial. The rev. gentleman chose as the basis of his discourse, Deut., 26th chap. 5th verse:— "And thou shalt speak and say before the...

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Regretted Mr. LAWRENCE had not taken up all the time that had been allotted to him. He was glad to be present at this celebration of the landing of our forefathers. They came here one hundred years ago and laid the foundation of our city, beautiful for...

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Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, which is, and which is to come. Far back in the sublime solitude of Thine own underived and self-existent being Thou had laid the foundation of the earth, and the heavens are the work of Thine hand; they...

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To the Editor of the Globe:
Sir-A descendant of Loyalists, I have too much respect for their memories to attempt to make them more or less than what they actually were. They were neither Gods nor Demi-gods, nor did they spring from the Pilgrim...

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I second the motion; and I may add, in addition, that when the President of the New Brunswick Historical Society spoke to me about the propriety of having a service of this kind, it seemed to me eminently proper that there should be such a service on...

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To-day our city is alive with bustling throngs of busy people. Bands of music and craftsmen of many kinds parade the streets. Flags and banners are everywhere displayed. In our harbor two great nations are represented, their vessels float side by side...

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Rev. Mr. HOLBROOK stated that, as an American, his heart beat in sympathy with other Americans in seeing the prosperity of the city, for they could not forget the sorrow that all Canadians had shown when the President of the Republic was so foully shot...

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A very large congregation assembled at the special service in Trinity Church at nine a. m., on Friday, Governor WILMOT and staff, with the Common Council, attending in a body. The following clergy were robed and took part in the procession: Canon BRIG-...

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To the Editor of the Globe:
Sir-Under this heading I read a letter signed C. in your issue of the 1st. which, in my opinion, furnishes a good deal of chaff for a small amount of grain.
He premises by saying that the Loyalists were neither...

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The Lieutenant Governor said: "I feel I am not exactly the person to choose for this position, although I conceive it a very great honor to have been asked. Before taking the chair I will simply thank the mover and the seconder of the resolution...

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Well, the Centennial that opens here to-day is the last of those connected with the American revolution, of which there have been so many on each side of the lines. We had ours in New Brunswick, one in May and the other in October, and the later, I...

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" I had the honor of representing this constituency for nearly twenty years, and my feelings are deeply involved in everything connected with the city of St. John. Not only did I represent this city, but my father before me, for nearly twenty...

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"I think we have to congratulate ourselves on having such a splendid day on which to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of our city and the landing of the Loyalists, and I feel sure that if the spirits of our Loyalist fathers...

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To the Editor of the Globe:
Sir-“C.” has written another letter on this subject, which is not so objectionable as his first. He admits that the Loyalists did what they conceived to be their duty, which is all that is claimed for them, but the...

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stated " He was unexpectedly called upon to fill the place of JUDGE PALMER. If the Judge was to resign his position on the Bench there would not be any lack of persons to offer to take his place. We are now starting on the new century under the...

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MR. MAYOR: Of the many large gatherings I have witnessed in this hall the present is the most representative. While there are some from all the old Provinces in Canada, the 50,000,000 citizens of the United States are represented in the person of the...

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ON the 9th September, 1874, J. W. LAWRENCE, G. MURDOCH, W. R. M. BURTIS, R W: CROOKSHANK, T. W. LEE, V. P. DOLE, A. A. STOCKTON, G.U. HAY, W. H. DIMOCK, and JAMES HANNAY met in the Directors' Room of the Mechanics' Institute for the purpose...

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At no time last evening were there one hundred gentlemen present at the meeting in the Institute, and, if the attendance is any evidence of the lack of interest in the matter, them the evidence is ample. The gentlemen present appear to have been...

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the President of the New Brunswick Historical Society, then addressed the meeting. He said: "We are now in the last hour of the century, to fill up the last page in the last chapter of New Brunswick's first hundred years, and where a more...

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"I am sure I feel myself very fortunate, and congratulate you, sir, that so much has already been said on this subject; and that it will be necessary for me to occupy but a small portion of your time. Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentlemen, the...

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HON. CHIEF JUSTICE ALLEN'S ADDRESS. Chief Justice ALLEN: "Before nominating a chairman, I must express the great pleasure it affords me at being enabled to take part in the proceedings this evening. I am not a citizen of St. John, and so,...

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