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  Early Canada Historical Narratives -- UPPER CANADA'S LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS AND THE COLONIAL OFFICE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
In Upper Canada the representative of Britain's Colonial Office was the lieutenant-governor.
Canada was won by the sword and governed by men of the sword.
Upper Canada's "ample and fertile territories"were in a backward almost destitute state, its poverty and stagnation contrasting sharply with the relative prosperity which existed in the United States.
www.uppercanadahistory.ca /pp/pp5.html   (5784 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
Smith had 1,000 acres there, but could not afford the grand schemes that he entertained for their improvement.
Smith lived at Etobicoke without any public office for more than a decade until on 30 Nov. 1813 he was appointed to the Executive Council, on which he sat until the year before his death.
Smith’s tory abhorrence of sedition was restrained by the law, not by indecision.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=37260   (715 words)

 Upper Canada People
Governor-general of Canada (as Marquis of Lorne), 1878-1883.
Educated at Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto; studied law and called to the oar, 1853; made Q C., 1867; Bencher of the Iaw Society, 1871.
In 1879 consecrated bishop of Montreal; in 1901 archbishop; and in 1904 primate of all Canada.
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 Mormon Biographical Registers
Proprietor of a traveler’s hostel in Colborne, Norfolk, Ontario, Canada.
Was ordained an elder in the spring of 1834 by Thomas Dutcher and a seventy in 1840 by Brigham Young.
Burwell, Samuel, was baptized by McLellin on Dec. 14, 1831, in Weathersfield, Ohio.
smithinstitute.byu.edu /resources/register/siMBRegisters.asp?alpha=B   (7958 words)

 Samuel Smith Macdonell
Macdonell, Samuel Smith, Q. Windsor, Ontario, was born 21st February, 1823, at Toronto.
After his death, Alexander came to Upper Canada, on its organization as a province, with General Simcoe, and was appointed by him first sheriff of the Borne District.
Macdonell, at a very early age, was sent to Upper Canada College, where he remained for eight years, going through the whole course of that institution from the preparatory school.
www.electricscotland.com /History/canada/macdonell_samuel.htm   (1001 words)

 The Times - Windsor’s First Mayor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Samuel Macdonell was born in York, Upper Canada (now Toronto) on February 21st, 1823.
He was the youngest child of Alexander Macdonell (1762-1842) and Anne Smith and was named for his father’s brother-in-law Samuel Smith (1756-1826).
S.S. Macdonnell was educated at Upper Canada College and graduated from King’s College (now University of Toronto) with a B.A. in 1845.
www.walkervilletimes.com /43/Windsors-First-Mayor.html   (748 words)

 Births Marriages Deaths Etc.
Smith -- Norman Smith of Townsend married Mary Boughner of Windham, 14 Oct 1885 in Simcoe [NR18851022]
Smith -- Samuel Smith married Mary Skinner of Woodhouse, 7 Mar 1844.
Smith -- Samuel Smith was an officer of 1887 Woodhouse Council
www.nornet.on.ca /~jcardiff/b-m-d/smith_n.html   (2486 words)

 Peregrine Maitland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He served with distinction at the Battle of Waterloo and was knighted in 1815.
He was appointed lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada in 1818 and supported the Family Compact that dominated the province.
His tenure in Upper Canada ended in 1828 when he was appointed lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia serving there from 1828 until 1834.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Peregrine_Maitland   (177 words)

 100302web - aqwg08
Estheran SMITH was born 31 Dec 1825 in Of Bartlett, Washington, Ohio.
Fidellia SMITH was born 8 Mar 1831 in Of Wesley Twp., Washington, OH.
Ned Smith was born on 17 Nov 1862 in IL and died on 19 Oct 1942 in Santa Clara, CA at age 79.
www.minson.org /100302web/aqwg08.htm   (6517 words)

 Topics of Interest
On early maps of Canada the area we know as Etobicoke is shown as an insignificant part of a vast forest covered tract of land known as 'Indian Hunting Grounds'.
The Canada Act of 1791 allowed for the establishment of counties, towns and townships.
Samuel Bois Smith and Jane Isabella Gamble, daughter of Dr. John Gamble, Surgeon of the Queen's Rangers, were married in 1799.
www.kingswayratepayers.com /histetobicoke.htm   (1368 words)

 Vermont   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Lake Champlain, the major lake in Vermont, is the sixth-largest body of water in the United States and separates Vermont from New York and Canada in the northwest portion of the state.
Young was commissioned as a Lieutenant and returned to Canada, where he recruited other escaped rebels to participate in the October 19, 1864 raid on St. Albans, Vermont, a quiet town 15 miles from the Canadian border.
The Vermont's state legislature is the Vermont General Assembly, a bicameral body composed of the Vermont House of Representatives (the lower house) and the Vermont Senate (the upper house).
vermont.iqnaut.net   (4221 words)

 HCO 5. C. Rebellion of 1837 - Upper Canada - Timeline
Prelude and Aftermath to the Rebellion in Upper Canada 1836-1839
Mackenzie was later arrested and imprisoned for 18 months by US authorities for violating neutrality laws; in 1849, he was allowed to return to Canada under a general amnesty proclamation, and in 1851 he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of United Canada.
Apr 12 1838 Toronto Ontario - Rebel Col. Samuel Lount and Captain Peter Matthews publicly hanged for treason and sedition during the Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada.
www.ottres.ca /hconline/chapters/5/5timeline.html   (3717 words)

 History of CTEM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Joseph Smith is reported to have then said, "If one of you will rise up and open your mouth, it shall be filled, and you shall speak in tongues." It is reported that Lydia Bailey then rose up and spoke in tongues.
The gospel was received by many, so much so that the ministers became very worried and wrote reports of the progress of the Mormon Church in newspapers, and thought it important enough to fill whole pages of the newspapers, despite the existence of other controversial matters with concerning the churches of the time.
Smith, Rigdon and Marsh proceeded, on to Canada "to preach, baptize and bless the saints and strengthen the branches." Conferences were held in Whitby County and in Scarborough.
mission.recordaudio.net /brief.html   (1611 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
In May 1821 he was appointed extra clerk in the office of the Executive Council of Upper Canada, and then junior (1828) and senior (1831) clerk.
He was sessional clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Province of Canada, 1842—43, and became a full-time clerk in the office of the Executive Council in 1843.
As they rose in rank, they were increasingly concerned with the routine preparation of business for the cabinet, including receiving departmental applications which had to be passed on for executive decision, and the subsequent communication of decisions back to the departments.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=39219   (590 words)

 Putney, Smith, Thiele, Vande Moere Genealogy
SMITH, Sir Albert James (1822-1883) b Shediac, New Brunswick son of T.E. Smith m: June, daughter of J.W. Young of Halifax, NS SMITH, Andrew (1864-1944) b Jacksonville, New Brunswick, d: Ottawa
SMITH, William (1728-1793) b New York, son of William judge of Court of Kings Bench for New York,
SMITH, William (1859-1932) b Hamilton, ON son of Thomas Smith and Margaret Summerville, Toronto, Ottawa
members.tripod.com /PutneyS/smithbio.htm   (597 words)

 People - Canadian Heritage Gallery
J.G. Simcoe John Graves Simcoe, First Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, was also the distinguished commander of the Loyalist Queen's Rangers.
Donald Smith Donald Smith (1820-1914), later Lord Strathcona, dealt with the troubles at Red River, then sat in the Canadian parliament for Selkirk, and later became a key figure in the new C.P.R. Company.
Samuel Smith A United Empire Loyalist, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Smith (1756-1826) served in the Loyalist Queen's Rangers, was appointed to Upper Canada's Executive Council in 1815, and twice acted as the province's administrator during the governor's absence.
www.canadianheritage.org /galleries/people4200.htm   (262 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
In May 1789 he married the daughter of a loyalist and by the end of the year was contemplating permanent residence in British North America.
By dint of perseverance and steady application he secured a niche for himself and his family, especially sons George and Thomas Gibbs, in the developing administration and society of Upper Canada.
Ten years of Upper Canada in peace and war, 1805—1815; being the Ridout letters, ed.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=37219   (879 words)

 Edinburgh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edinburgh is clearly labeled on this T and O map from ca.
The 18th century intellectual life, referred to as the Scottish Enlightenment, was a key influence in gaining the name.
Such beacons as David Hume and Adam Smith shone during this period.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Edinburgh   (5481 words)

 1861 Canada Census
According to the National Archives of Canada website at www.archives.ca/02/02020205_e.html, the official enumeration date used for this census was 14-Jan-1861.
The 1871 census for Welland County is on FHL microfilm rolls # 349329 and 349330.
Born Canada: John 21, Mary A 18, Nicholas 16, Elisabeth 13, Barbara 11, Catherine 10, Jacob 9, Joseph 7, Peter 5, Benj.
members.cox.net /smithgen/sources/census/canadacensus1861.htm   (1449 words)

 Upper Canada Dark Ale from Upper Canada Brewing Company (Sleeman) | BeerPal.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Upper Canada Dark Ale from Upper Canada Brewing Company (Sleeman)
from Toronto, Canada who has tried this beer a couple times.
You must be a member to use this feature.
www.beerpal.com /beerinfo.asp?ID=6957   (459 words)

 Percy Township History
About a fourth part of the township is estimated to be of that denomination.
The family is English.Benjamin Franklin EWING, [son of Benjamin EWING of Haldimand] now of Brighton, went into Percy some forty years ago, cleared a two hundred acre farm, which his sons occupy, was reeve and an active magistrate of the township.
Giles STONE, one of the old grantees, is represented by his son Samuel STONE, who was born on the old place.
www.ontariogenealogy.com /Northumberland/percytownship.html   (635 words)

 Ontario Roots - Lost Village of Seaton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Two such friends were Col. David SHANK and Capt. Samuel SMITH, both of whom served with Simcoe in the Queen’s Rangers during the American Revolution.
SIMCOE was appointed colonel from 1791-1796; Samuel SMITH succeeded him until 1798, whereupon David SHANK held the post until 1799.
Samuel SMITH was born in 1756 in Hempstead, NY, the son of James SMITH.
www.ontarioroots.com /content/04/04_02/article_005.html   (1082 words)

 City of Kingston, Ontario, Canada - First Capital Day: Ontario Lieutenant-Governor James Bartleman
He is the 41st vice-regal representative in the province since John Graves Simcoe arrived in Upper Canada in 1792.
He was Canada's Ambassador to the European Union from 2000 to 2002.
He opened Canada's first diplomatic mission in the newly independent People's Republic of Bangladesh in 1972.
www.cityofkingston.ca /firstcapital/lieutenantgov.asp   (335 words)

 Marriages Solemnized by William Smart.
March 4th.-Jacob Hogeboom, of Yonge, and Eliza Percevill of Augusta, banns, witnesses Isaac Hogeboom, Samuel Percevill.
March 4th.-Daniel Pennock, of Elizabethtown, and Sarah Ann Smith, of Augusta, banns, witnesses Reuben Morey, Caleb Henderson.
May 4th.-Edward B. Smith, of Elizabethtown, and Mary Tanny, of Augusta, banns, witnesses Samuel J. Bellamy, Harman Williams.
my.tbaytel.net /bmartin/wsmart.htm   (13991 words)

 Top20AmericanLiterature.com - American Literature Guide.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
John Smith of Jamestown could be considered the first American author with his works: A True Relation of...
Humorous writers were also popular and included Seba Smith and Benjamin P. Shillaber in New England and Davy Crockett, Augustus Baldwin Longstreet, Johnson J. Hooper, Thomas Bangs Thorpe, Joseph G. Baldwin, and George Washington Harris writing about the American frontier.
Mark Twain (the pen name of Samuel Clemens, 1835-1910) was the first major American writer to be born away from the East Coast -- in the border state of Missouri.
www.top20americanliterature.com   (4600 words)

 Substitution chart to replace Quebec microbrewery beers with Canadian and US beers and popular imports
This list is drawn from beers made in Canada and the United States, plus some popular imports.
Moretti, Samuel Adams Golden Pilsner, Labatt Blue, Köld, Heineken, Upper Canada Lager, Corona
Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Algonquin County Lager, Upper Canada Rebellion Lager, Climax ESB
www.vehiculepress.com /salut/substitutionchart.html   (277 words)

 Organized Crime Definitions
When a criminal organization, because of its sophistication or size, eludes the control of local law enforcement, it has entered what may be considered the area of organized crime in New Mexico.
This is the practical lower limit of the term; the upper limit is well known and includes the infamous Mafia and La Cosa Nostra, which operate on an international basis.
As Smith (1978; 1980), Reuter (1983), Weschke (1986) and Van Duyne (1990) have shown, the economic activities of these organizing criminals can better be described from the point of view of 'crime-enterprises' than from a conceptually unclear framework such as 'organized crime'.
www.organized-crime.de /OCDEF1.htm   (10182 words)

 Twentieth Century Atlas - Death Tolls
Often the least authoritative sources (such as dilettantes like me or partisan propagandists) are the most accessible, while the most authoritative (serious scholars with no vested interest) are the most obscure, but I have generally accorded all sources equal weight.
A useful rule of thumb is that if you are faced with a wide spread of differing estimates, it's safer to believe one from the cluster in the middle than one alone at the upper or lower edge.
The answer to that question, of course, has to be decided on the basis of intangible principles, rather than a simple mathematical formula of comparative body counts.
users.erols.com /mwhite28/warstats.htm   (5407 words)

As Stehli's daughter recalls it, her mother and father used a compass to draw a thirty-five mile radius around Upper Montclair, and proceeded, each weekend, to explore all the terrain therein.
As fate would have it, Stehli's next-door neighbor in Upper Montclair was an advertising man with some connections in broadcasting.
An older colleague, Professor Samuel Kittridge (played by Stehli) is suspicious of Johnson, and confronts him--with the usual shocking "Twilight Zone" results (to see a photograph of Edgar Stehli and Kevin McCarthy in the Twilight Zone episode "Long Live Walter Johnson," go HERE.).
www.vernonstories.com /01jvb.htm   (21224 words)

 Samuel Smith - Canadian Heritage Gallery
A United Empire Loyalist, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Smith (1756-1826) served in the Loyalist Queen's Rangers, was appointed to Upper Canada's Executive Council in 1815, and twice acted as the province's administrator during the governor's absence.
Credit: Government of Ontario Art Collection, Tom Moore Photography, George Berthon, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Smith
You can order reproductions of this image as a Print, suitable for framing, produced on 38# photo-quality paper.
www.canadianheritage.org /reproductions/23114.htm   (151 words)

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