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Sir Edmund Head"s first colonial administrative: New Brunswick, 1848-1854.

Mary Irene Hazel Langford

Sir Edmund Head"s first colonial administrative: New Brunswick, 1848-1854.

by Mary Irene Hazel Langford

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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1948.

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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL17344207M

BC Historical Books Canada and the States: recollections, to Watkin, E. W. (Edward William), Sir, jpg. New Brunswick. The most important question temporarily settled by the , and gave place to Sir Edmund Head on December 19th, The Islands from Sir William Molesworth, colonial secretary in Lord Palmerston's government, and for years an eminent advocate of a.

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Cambridge Core - Global History - Violence and Colonial Order - by Martin Thomas. [The major primary sources for this study were the Colonial Office records, especially PRO, CO /56–71, /–27, /–, and /53–55; the Executive Council minutes and the journals of the assemblies of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia; the Harvey papers in the PAC, MG 24, A17; the Harvey.


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