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  1798 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1797 in Canada, other events of 1798, 1799 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
Confusingly called the New North West Company, it is nicknamed the XY Company from the way it differentiates its bales from those of its competitor.
Indian chiefs, in Canada, claim from Vermont an equivalent of the greater part of Addison, Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
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 Royal visits to Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Later, between 1791 and 1798, and then also from 1799-1800, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (eventual father of Queen Victoria), stayed in the Canadian colonies on military duties and as Commander of British North American troops.
The first tour of Canada by a reigning monarch was that of King George VI and his consort, Queen Elizabeth in 1939.
She has travelled to Canada in the following years: 1951 - as The Princess Elizabeth, undertook the trip in place of her ailing father; 1957; 1959; 1964; 1967; 1970; 1971; 1973; 1976; 1977; 1978; 1982; 1983; 1984; 1987; 1990; 1992; 1994; 1997; 1999; 2002; 2005.
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 Upper Canada People
Governor-general of Canada (as Marquis of Lorne), 1878-1883.
In 1879 consecrated bishop of Montreal; in 1901 archbishop; and in 1904 primate of all Canada.
Served in Canada in 1812, and engaged in the capture of Fort Castine.
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 Bloomberg.com: Canada
Canada's currency has gained 1.7 percent this year, and Friesen expects it to advance to C$1.17, or 85.47 U.S. cents, at year-end.
Canada's currency and oil have moved in the same direction 84 percent of the time the past six months, according to Bloomberg data.
Canada's central bank on Oct. 18 raised its benchmark rate to 3 percent and indicated additional rate increases will be coming.
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Griffin, born 1809 in, Nova Scotia, Canada; died in Dunwich, Ontario, Canada.
Griffin, born 1832 in Smithville, Ontario, Canada; died 1880 in Bothwell, Ontario, Canada.
Griffin, born 1834 in Smithville, Ontario, Canada; died in Hanover, Ontario, Canada.
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 Smithville - First Four Parliaments Of Upper Canada
In 1788, Lord Dorchester, Governor-General of Canada, whose headquarters were at Montreal, issued a proclamation by which he gave notice of forming new districts.
Vessels from Lower Canada brought their cargoes here, which served as the general depot for the goods which were carried from this point and Queenston around the Niagara Falls to Lake Erie.
The first parliament of Upper Canada was called on the 18th of September, 1792, by Governor Simcoe at Newark, and continued in session until October 15th of the same year.
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 The Family Tree - aqwg97   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Toussaint LOISELLE [Parents] was born 15 Oct 1719 in Pte Aux Trembles, Quebec, Canada and was christened 15 Oct 1719 in Pte Aux Trembles, Quebec, Canada.
Marie LOISELLE was born 8 Jun 1750 in St Charles, Quebec, Canada.
Gabriel HOGUE was born 11 Feb 1756 in St.Charles, Quebec, Canada.
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 Malta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After this they decided to increase the fortifications, particularly in the inner-harbour area, where the new city of Valletta, named after Jean Parisot de la Valette, was built.
Their reign ended when Malta was captured by Napoleon en route to his expedition of Egypt during the French Revolutionary Wars in 1798.
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 Collver Culver Colver History
When the new province of Upper Canada was organized, he traveled from New Jersey to Neward(Newark?) on horseback, to consult with Governor Simcoe as to terms of settlement in the new province.
Canada was largely French and Catholic at this time, yet it was under British rule.
But the council is perfectly satisfied that the petitioner has been firmly attached to his majesty and the constitution of Great Britain, and the quantity of the land given to him in a larger proportion than has been extended to others of his condition is proof of their sentiments in his favor.
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 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : 1798   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
1795 1796 1797 - 1798 - 1799 1800 1801
1798 was a common year starting on Monday (see link for calendar).
The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere (1798) (Source)
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 Descendants of JEHAN and PERRINE TERRIOT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
M.Anne was born in 1711 and was buried on 23 Feb 1781 in Kamouraska,, Québec, Canada.
was born in 1784 in, Baie Sainte Marie, Nova Scotia, Canada and died in 1784 in, Baie Sainte Marie, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Joseph was born in 1736 in Pubnico,, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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 Descendants of Ebenezer Whitney of Sheffield, NB, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
She appeared on the census of 1851 in Parish of North Esk, Northumberland Co., NB, Canada; age 62.
She was born on 20 Jan 1803 in NS, Canada.
She was born in 1831 in Blissfield Parish, NB, Canada.
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 Canadian Explorers - EnchantedLearning.com
Cartier named Canada; "Kanata" means village or settlement in the Huron-Iroquois language.
He sailed through the Strait of Juan de Fuca (which was named for him in 1725) and believed it to be the beginning of a route to the Atlantic Ocean (it is not).
He was sent by King Louis XIV (14) to travel south from Canada and sail down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico.
www.enchantedlearning.com /explorers/canada.shtml   (3421 words)

 Sir William Logan 1798 - 1875 - Mount Logan
Schmidt explains that the St. Elias mountain range is one of the most tectonically active areas in Canada and uplift still occurs.
An expedition to resolve the long-standing debate over the precise altitude of Mount Logan was undertaken by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society in order to help celebrate Canada's 125th birthday and to mark the 150th anniversary of the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC).
Mount Logan is the fastest rising mountain in North America as a result of the strong tectonic activity in the Earth's crust in that region.
gsc.nrcan.gc.ca /hist/logan/mountlogan_e.php   (731 words)

 Guide to Monitoring Exotic and Invasive Plants
The following is an annotated list of selected standard reference manuals and floras for Canada, books on plant groups of special interest and popular field guides to plants.
Gleason, H.A. The new Britton and Brown illustrated flora of the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada.
Common and botanical names of weeds in Canada / Noms populaires et scientifiques des plantes nuisibles du Canada.
www.eman-rese.ca /eman/ecotools/protocols/terrestrial/exotics/append4.htm   (775 words)

 My Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Marie-Jeanne-Francoise ROSE was born in 1677 in Quebec, Canada.
She was married to Rene Louis JOBIN on 24 Jul 1702 in Quebec, Canada.
She was buried in May 1798 in Pautipaug Cmty, Franklin, Connecticut.
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 Ninth Generation
Mary LOCKHART was born in Jul 1795 in Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings Co., Horton.
Abigail LOCKHART was born on 29 Oct 1796 in Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings Co., Horton.
Rebecca LOCKHART was born on 22 Oct 1798 in Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings Co., Horton.
www.sonic.net /~prouty/prouty/b1000.htm   (833 words)

 Sir Allan Napier MacNab 1798
Allan was born on 19 February 1798, the son of Lieutenant Allan MacNab (his mother was the daughter of Captain William Napier, commissioner of the port and harbor of Quebec), at Newark (now Niagara), Ontario, Canada.
During the construction of Dundurn Castle, his son Robert was killed in a hunting accident.
MacNab was an important figure in the pre-Confederation history of Canada.
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 METIS CULTURE 1798-1799
David Thompson (1770-1857) wrote: Mr Baptiste Cadotte was about 35 years of age, he was the son of a French gentlemen by a native woman, and married to a handsome native woman, also the daughter of a Frenchman.
MS is believed to be a Scandinavian disease, carried by the Viking to the Orkney and Shetland Islands, then on to Canada.
The derogatory term "half-breed" was used almost exclusively by the Federal Government of Canada throughout the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
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 Canada Issues 1751-2000
Canada Issues 1751-2000 - can_scott1751-2000 - Collectible postage stamps coins banknotes bank notes stock certificates
1999 Canada's Scenic Highways46¢ Gaspe Peninsula Highway 132, Quebe...
1999 Canada's Scenic Highways46¢ Dempster Highway 8, Northwest Territorie...
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 William Stinson - Scotch-Irish, Enniskillen, Ireland to Ontario, Canada
The handwriting is hard to read and it maybe a district or town in Scotland or Ireland.
Stinson is not an uncommon name in Canada, so it is unlikely we will be able to track any descendants of his relatives unless they are also searching for us.
Elizabeth, wife of James, born Tolleybeylin, Donegal, Ireland in 1798, came to Canada with her husband and family about 4 years ago, died Asphodel Twp Aug. 14, 1852, survived by husband and 6 children.
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Eleazer was part of a land speculation group headed by Thomas Ingersoll.
They received a Crown Land Grant in the West Oxford, Ontario area in 1798.
(abt 1798 Canada - 1870) married Persis Covell, both buried in Utica, MI cemetery.
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 Antoine Courville, b: 1759 - Canada, Quebec   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Marr: 13 FEB 1798 - Canada, Quebec, Vercheres, St. Antoine du Richelieu
Born: JUL 1780 - Canada, Quebec, St. Antoine du Richelieu
Born: 11 SEP 1799 - Canada, Quebec, Vercheres, Richelieu
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 CFIRC - Canada's Early Explorers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Henry Hudson (Hudson Bay, Canada, 1611) Cast adrift by mutineers.
Etienne Brulé (Canada, 1632) Killed by Hurons for unknown reasons.
John Franklin (King William Island, Canada, 1847) Died of starvation or possible lead poisoning.
www.canadafirst.net /our_heritage/explorers   (1638 words)

 Sir William Logan 1798 - 1875 - Weloganite
Sir William Logan 1798 - 1875 - Weloganite
Natural Resources Canada > Earth Sciences Sector > Geological Survey of Canada > GSC History and historical resources
The mineral is white, lemon-yellow or amber in colour with colourless and transparent fragments.
gsc.nrcan.gc.ca /hist/logan/weloganite_e.php   (246 words)

 CanadaSoccer.com | Official Site of the Canadian Soccer Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Canada set to play in CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship
Canada wins 1-0 against Jamaica in front of an animated crowd
Canada triumphs over France 1-0 in International Friendly
www.canadasoccer.com /eng/media/viewArtical.asp?Press_ID=1798   (464 words)

 Genealogy Data
Marriage: 2 JUN 1806 in St-Joachim, Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada
Marriage: 19 SEP 1814 in St-Constant, LaPrairie, Quebec, Canada
Marriage: 23 OCT 1820 in St-Philippe, LaPrairie, Quebec, Canada
www.duquette.org /ENGLISH/Database/dat73.htm   (591 words)

 The Pacific Coast of North America, 1798 - Exploration - Canada at Scale: Maps of our History - Exhibitions - Library ...
The Pacific Coast of North America, 1798 - Exploration - Canada at Scale: Maps of our History - Exhibitions - Library and Archives Canada
George Vancouver carried out a survey of the northwest coast of North America between 1792 and 1795.
— Sheet 14 of a loose-leaf atlas accompanying Vancouver’s Voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean published in 1798.
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Scotia, and Canada are united as Dominion of
Canada; all other parts of British North America
Territorial Disputes: Managed maritime boundary disputes with the U.S. at Dixon Entrance, Beaufort Sea, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and around the disputed Machias Seal Island and North Rock; uncontested sovereignty dispute with Denmark over Hans Island in the Kennedy Channel between Ellesmere Island and Greenland.
www.worldstatesmen.org /Canada.html   (1565 words)

 Ancestors of Jerry Landers John Landers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Birth, 29 Jul 1757, Yarmouth, Yarmouth, NS, Canada.
John married Lydia Sollows on 5 Mar 1778 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth, NS, Canada
(Lydia Sollows was born on 27 Aug 1759 in Beverly, Essex, MA and died on 20 Mar 1832 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth, NS, Canada
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