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A

ACT OF UNION, see Union, Act of
Alywin, Mr., 79, 87, 130, 134, 252,

284

Amnesty Act, 292

Ashburton, Lord, 118
Aurore (newspaper), 142
Aylmer, Lord, 21

B

BAGOT, LADY MARY, 148
Bagot, Sir Charles, 49 (note); 113,
114, 120, 140-2, 151, 152, 153,
171, 193

Baldwin Act, 105
Baldwin, Dr. William, 23, 24,
25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 42, 170, 177,
187

Baldwin, Robert, birth and parent-
age, 25; school days, 25; studies
law, 25; political views, 27;
enters public life, 28; drafts
petition in Willis affair, 29;
enters assembly, 31; marriage,
32; views on situation in 1836, 35;
appointed to office by Sir F. Head,
38; letter to Peter Perry on his
resignation in 1836, 39; visit to
England, 42; his relations to the
rebellion, 44; interview with
rebels, 45; demands responsible
government, 52; in executive
council, 63; resigns, 64; solici-
tor-general, 76; letter to Syden-
ham, 78; recommends recon-

struction of ministry, 79; resigns
office, 80; the vote on public
works, 98, 99; opposes local
gov-
ernment bill, 102; speech in
assembly against Hincks, 103;
elected in Hastings, 116; pro-
poses LaFontaine as candidate
for fourth riding of York, 116;
overtures from Bagot, 121-6;
speech in assembly on imperial
connection, 128; enters cabinet
with LaFontaine, 133; stands for
Hastings, 135; election declared
void, 136; denounced by the
Patriot, 146; personal descrip-
tion, 147; relations to Metcalfe,
166; dismissal recommended, 167;
opinions of Kaye, 169; speech in
assembly, 178; moves resolution
concerning seat of government,
182; prepares Secret Societies
Bill, 185; burnt in effigy, 187;
introduces University Bill, 190,
191; resigns office (843), 199 et
seq.; his interview with Metcalfe,
201; speaks in assembly on resig-
nation, 213; guest at banquet at
North American Hotel, 220;
campaign against Metcalfe, 225,
226; tour in Lower Canada, 226;
contrasted with British Radicals,
229; views on British connec-
tion, 230; denounced by Lord
Stanley, 234; opposed by Viger,
236; speech before Reform Asso-

moves

an

ciation, 238; attacked by Buch- Brown, George, 223, 224 ; an ad-
anan, 239; attacked by Ryerson, herent of LaFontaine and Bald-
245, 246 ; resigns office of queen's win, 342; commences an outcry
counsel, 250 ; elected in York against Roman Catholicism, 343
(1844), 252; attacks Metcalfe's Buchanan, Isaac, 90, 239
elevation to the peerage, 257 ; Buller, Charles, 235
correspondence with La Fontaine,
262, 263; views on
"double

C
majority," 263; speech of No- CAMERON, MALCOLM, 90, 286, 337,
vember 11th, 1846, 268; elected 341
in York (1847), 278 ; second ad- Canadian Alliance Association, 16,
ministration, 281 ;

292
amendment, 283 ; attorney-gen- Canal system of Canada, 98
eral, 284; interview with Lord Capital city of Canada, see Seat
Elgin, 285; prepares Municipal of government
Corporations Act, 296; Baldwin Carleton, Major-General, 3
Act, 297 ; seconds resolutions on Caroline episode, 82
Rebellion Losses, 310; speech Caron correspondence, 266 ; see
on Rebellion Losses (February also Caron, René
27th, 1849), 312; burned in

Caron, René, 83, 259, 284
effigy, 318, 319; votes in favour Cathcart, Lord, 265
of the secularization of the Clergy Cartwright, Mr., declines the post
Reserves, 348, 349 ; decides to of solicitor-general, 120, 121
esign, owing to the vote on the

Christie, D., 214
chancery question and difficulties Clear Grits, their platform, 341,
surrounding the government, 352, 342
353; defeated in the election for

Clergy Reserves, 7, 10, 41, 42, 83;
the fourth riding of York, 357 ;

a summary of the question to
closing years, 357 ; made a Com-

the year 1850, 343-6; Price's reso
panion of the Bath, 357; his lution in respect to, 346 ; secular-
death and burial, 358

ization of, 347-9
Barthe, Mr., of Yamaska, 130 Colborne, Sir John, lieutenant-
Barthélémy, Mr., 83

governor, 14, 38, 42, 48, 69, 115
Berthelot, Adèle, 47

Colonial Advocate, 13
Blake, W. H., 223, 279, 284, 314, Commissioners, for Rebellion Loss-

315, 318, 337
Borne, Mr., member for Rimouski, Constitutional Act, 6
137

Constitutional Reform Society, 42
Boulton, J., 15

Constitutional Societies, 150
Bourinot, Sir J., 293, 313

Craig, Sir James, 17

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Customs, see Tarif

gives his assent to the passage of
Cuvillier, Mr., his stormy election the Act of Indemnification, 321 ;
to the speakership, 86-8

mobbed in Montreal, 322, 324;
D

his attitude in regard to the Re
DALHOUSIE, LORD, 19

bellion Losses Bili, 332-4

Examiner, the, 58, 104, 217
Daly, D., 76, 134, 214, 247, 263,

Executive Council (Lower Canada),
276

9
Davidson, commissioner of Crown

Executive Council (Upper Canada),
lands, 124, 133

9
Day, C. D., 76, 80, 107

F
Districts, see Local government

FAMILY COMPACT, 11, 12, 16, 24, 27,
“Double Majority,” discussion of

28, 61, 170, 180
the principle of, 263

Famine of 1846-7, 278
Draper, W. H., 76, 77, 80, 81, 91,

French language, use of, 255, 287
92, 122, 126, 127, 132, 177, 183,
197, 216, 224, 235, 236, 237, 250,

G
254, 255, 258, 262, 299, 307, 317, GLADSTONE, Hon. W. E., his speech
338

on the Rebellion Losses Act, 326,
Drummond county, address from, 327
249

Glenelg, Lord, 36, 42
Dunlop, Dr., 132

Girouard, M., 124, 134
Dunn, J. H., 78, 134, 263

Goderich, Lord, 15, 30
Durham, Lord, high commissioner Gore, district council of, 227

and governor-general of Canada, Gosford, Lord, governor-general, 45
17, 63 et seq., 149, 161, 163, 274 Gowan, Ogle R., 187, 218, 279
E

Grand Trunk Railroad, 301

“Great debate,” the, 231
ELECTION Laws, 144

“Great ministry," the, (second La
Elgin, Lord, as governor-general of

Fontaine-Baldwin administration)
Canada, 272 et seq. ; his idea of
the true solution of the Canadian

Great Western Railroad, 301
question, 282, 283; pleased with

Grenville, Lord, 7
his new ministry, 285; announces

Grey, Earl (first), ministry of, 53,
the repeal of the clause of the

59, 267
Act of Union which had declared

Grey, Earl (second), colonial secre-
English as the sole official langu-
age of the legislature, 287 ; and

tary, 267, 273, 285
the queen's intention to pardon

H
all political offences occasioned HABEAS CORPUS Act, 48
by the rebellion of 1837, 287; Hagerman, solicitor-general, 15, 77

281 et seq.

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