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Ghent, Treaty of, 336
Gladstone, Mr., and Intercolonial

Railway, 19
Goschen, Lord, and Imperial mail

subsidy, 217, 229; and prefer-

ential treatment, 288
Governor - General, question of

salary of, 329
Governorships for Colonials, 26, 27
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, 134
Grand Trunk Railway, 34, 36, 140,

148, 150
Grant, Principal, 129
Granville, Earl, 279
Grey, Earl, 12, 279, 304

6; and Colonial Union, 25 ;
and Charlottetown Conference,
39, 40; as anti-Confederation
leader, 42; heads anti-Con-
federation delegation to Eng-
land, 44, 45; repeal campaign,
55; debate with Tupper, 55 ;
repeal delegation to London, 58,
73; interview with Tupper,
59-60, 73, 76, 91; visit to
Stowe Park, 62, 79; joins
Government, 62, 97, 98, 99 ; be-
comes Lt.-Gov. of Nova Scotia,
64 ; death, 64, 67, 96; in 1872
election, 130; “ darling of
Radicalism," 300 ; on effect of
Confederation in Nova Scotia,
324, 325 ; on union of Provinces
330-2 ; on western extension,

333
Howland, Hon. W. P., at London

Conference, 43; and first Do-

minion Government, 52, 54
Huddart, Mr. James, 220, 221, 227,

229, 230, 233, 234, 241
Hudson Bay Company parts

with North-West Territories,

124; 129
Huntingdon, Hon. L. S., and

“ Pacific Scandal,” 131, 154

H

I

HAQUE Tribunal, award in Fish-

eries arbitration, 176, 192, 344
Hamilton, P. S., and Colonial

Union, 25
Hanington, C. F., 129
Harrison, Benjamin, 193
Helmcken, Dr. J. S., 127
Henry, Hon. W. A., and Quebec

Conference, 42; at London

Conference, 43
Hicks-Beach, Sir Michael, 174,255,

291, 292
Higgins, Mr. D. W., 127
Hill, J. J., and “ C.P.R. Syn-
dicate,” 141; 148

Mr. Staveley, 291
Hincks, Sir Francis, 63, 163, 168
Holt, Mr. H. S., 147
Houghton, Lord, 92
“ How to Federate the Empire,”

277
Howe, Hon. Joseph, Sir C. Tup-

per's first contest with, 2, 3, 8;
and proscription of Roman
Catholics, 4; mission to New
York for Crimean volunteers, 4;
motion on Confederation (1861),

IMPERIAL Federation League,

247–52, 256, 257, 258, 259, 262,

275
Intercolonial Railway, Earl Durham

and, 18; attitude of Colonial
Office to, 19; 33–6; Quebec

Conference and, 42
International Cables Conference,
175

Postal Congress, Vienna, 215
Inter-Oceanic Company, 165
Iron industries of Nova Scotia, 204
Ives, Mr., 239

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304-5; and Manitoba School
Question, 308 ; opposes Catholic
Relief Bill, 310 ; and South
African War, 311 ; appreciation

of, 312
Le May, Mr., 102, 115, 116, 117
Leng, Sir Wm., 293
Lindsay, Mr., 17
London Conference on Confedera-

tion, 43-4
Lorne, Marquis of, 148, 174, 218,

263, 264, 279 ; letter from, 315
Lower Provinces, and Confedera-

tion, 42; representatives of, at

Quebec Conference, 51
Lowther, Rt. Hon. James, 253 ;

letter from, 315
Lyons, Lord, 175
Lytton, Sir E. Bulwer, 19, 51

K

KARSLAKE, Mr., 92
Keefer, Mr., 152
Kennedy, Mr., and “ C.P.R. Syn-
dicate," 141

Sir C. M., 174, 175
Kenny, Sir Edward, 53, 54, 60
Kent, Duke of, and Union of

Colonies, 24
Kicking Horse Pass, and C.P.R.,

134, 146
King, George, 10
Knollys, Lord, and Privy Coun-

cillorship, 13
Knutsford, Lord, and Behring Sea

crisis, 210, 211 ; letter from, 317

M

97

L

LAIRD, Hon. David, 163
Langevin, Sir Hector L., at

Charlottetown Conference, 40 ;
at London Conference, 43; and
first Dominion Government, 54 ;
C.B. conferred, 86 ; and leader-
ship succession, 208–9; corrup-

tion charge against, 214-5
Lansdowne, Lord, and Bayard

Correspondence, 177, 182;
• Fisheries Treaty, 193, 195, 358
Laurier, Sir Wilfred, opposes Trans-

continental Railway, 138; and
fast Atlantic service, 243; and
Preferential trade, 254-5; and
Catholics, 304 ; and Reciprocity,

MCCARTHY, Justin, and Anti-Con-
federation, 46

Mr. Dalton, 310
McCully, Hon. J., and Quebec

Conference, 42; at London Con-

ference, 43, 66, 67, 70, 94
Macdonald, J. S., M.P.,

Lady, and Peerage, 261

Sir John A., 8; and Union,
25; at Charlottetown Confer-
ence, 40; at Quebec Conference,
41, 51 ; at London Conference
43, 44 ; first Dominion Premier,
44; appreciation of, 51 ; forms
first Dominion Government, 52-4,
invites Howe to join Ministry,
97; and British Columbia, 124-5;
and elections of 1872, 130; resig-
nation of, 131 ; returns to power,
133, 153; on railways for North-
West Territory, 138; and C.P.R.,
139; appoints Royal Commis-
sion on railway “Scandal,” 150;
and “ Pacific Scandal,” 154 ;

on

Lord Dufferin and, 156–7; de Mackenzie, Sir William, 147
feated (1874), 158 ; political McKinley Tariff, 172, 272, 286, 294
activity, 162; and Sir R. Cart-

McLelan, Hon. A. W., 149
wright, 168 ; Tariff Reform mo-

MacMaster, Mr., 306
tion, 168; returns to office, 170 ;
and Bayard correspondence, 177,

McNeill, Mr. Alexander, 247
183; asks Sir C. Tupper to

Macoun, Professor, 129
succeed him, 208 ; 1911 Election Macpherson, Sir David, 154
campaign, 212; and Sir H. Manitoba School Question, 308
Langevin, 214 ; death of, 215;

Mann, Sir Donald D., 147
and Preferential treatment, 246,

Maritime Provinces, Union of, 14 ;
275; and Sir C. Tupper's Im-
perial Federation League speech,

and fisheries, 17 ; Sir C. Tupper's

motion for union of, 39; Char-
248–51 ; and Preferential Treat-

lottetown Conference on Union
ment, 286, 305; and British

of, 39; trade with U.S., 160.
Columbia, 301 ; and Protection,
302; and C.P.R., 303;

(See Appendix for Sir C. Tupper's

and
Manitoba School question, 308;

speech on Confederation of)
and Newfoundland, 312

Marlborough, Duke of, 299
Macdougall, Hon. W., at Charlotte-

Marpole, Mr. R., 147
town Conference, 40; at London

Masson, Mr., 63
Conference, 43; and first Do Milton, Lord, 129
minion Government, 52, 54, 63 ; Mitchell, Hon. P., at London Con-
appointed Lieut.-Gov. of North ference, 44; appreciation of,
West Provinces, 101, 102, 104 52; and first Dominion Govern-
; Sister, 114, 116

ment, 55
McGee, Hon. Thos. D'Arcy, and

Moberley, Walter, 129
Union, 25; at Charlottetown Monck, Lord, 44, 53–4, 66, 69, 85,
Conference, 40; appreciation of, 88, 91, 93
52; and first Dominion Govern Morier, Sir Robert, 175
ment, 53 ; assassination of, 72, 86

Morning Star, and Anti-Confedera-
McGregor, Sister, 112

tion, 45–6; and Howe's repeal
McIlwraith, Sir T., 221

campaign, 60; and Reciprocity
MacIntyre, Mr. Duncan, and C.P.R. Treaty, 75
flotation, 139, 141, 212

Mount Stephen, Lord, and C.P.R.
Mackenzie, Hon. Alexander, 63 ;

formation, 139, 141, 150, 261 ;
opposes Transcontinental Rail-

and Sir C. Tupper, 208
way, 130; Prime Minister, 131, Mowat, Hon, Oliver, and Dominion
153; defeat of, 133; and Trans Senate, 41 ; at Quebec Confer-
continental Railway, 135, 137,
138, 148; and Toronto Globe, 151 ; Musgrave, Anthony, and Confedera-
and “ Pacific Scandal,” 155, 157 ; tion, 124, 127
victory at elections (1874), 158–9;
and U.S. tariffs, 160; curious

N
encounter with Sir C. Tupper,
161 ; defeat on tariff question, “ NATIONAL Policy,” inauguration
170 ; and tariffs, 301

of, 133, 172 ; and C.P.R., 151 ;

ence, 51

Ottawa, United Empire Trade

League Conference at, 235, 253

F; development of, 153 et seq. ;

effects of, 171 ; at 1891 elections,

213
Naval Armaments Company, 240
Navigation Laws, repeal of, and

Canada, 21
Neckar Island, and Pacific cable,

236
New Brunswick and Railways,

33–6; and Charlottetown Con-
ference, 39; Confederation elec-
tions in, 42, 43, 69; representa-
tives of, at London Conference,

Newcastle, Duke of, 25, 35
Newfoundland, and Quebec Con-

ference, 40; and London Con-
ference, 43; and Confederation,

125, 312
North Sea Convention, 374
North-West Territories, and Riel's

rebellion, 101 et seq. ; added to

Canada, 124
Northern Pacific Railway, 148
Norton, Lord, 148
Nova Scotia, Confederation in, 7;

export of coal from, 30; and
railways, 33-6 ; resources of, 37;
and Quebec Conference, 42;
Anti-Confederation movement in,
42; Free School question in, 42;
representatives of, at London
Conference, 43; Anti-Confedera-
tion delegation from, 44; reply
of Imperial Government to peti-
tion from, 82; iron industries
of, 204-6 ; resources of, and
advantages of Confederation to,
320; result of Confederation
elections in, 323, 325

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PACIFIC cable, “ All British," 217

et seq. ; Conference, 309
“ Pacific Scandal,” 131, 132, 153,

154, 162, 163
Panama Canal, and development of

British Columbia, 152
Parker, Hon. Dr., 144
Patterson, Hon. William, 206
Pauncefote, Sir Julian, 196, 209, 210
Pembina, Capt. and Mrs. Cameron,

at, 101-2, 108
Perceval, Sir Westby, 238
Phelps, Mr., 356, 368
Playfair, Sir Lyon, 272, 274, 291
Playford, Mr., 235
Pope, Hon. John Henry, and

C.P.R., 139, 140 ; 147, 148, 208
Port Moody, as terminus of Trans-

continental Railway, 136–7, 145,

146
Preferential Treatment, 244 et seq.
Prince Edward Island, Confedera-

tion elections in, 42; declines
London Conference, 43; and

Confederation, 125
Prince of Wales (King Edward

VII.) visit to Canada, 35
Protective Tariff adopted in Canada,

171
Putnam, Mr. (Judge), plenipoten-

tiary at Fisheries Conference,
184 ; 197, 361

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QUEBEC Bill, 15

Conference, 5, 40 ; and
Dominion Senate, 41 ; and Inter-
colonial Railway, 42; represen-
tatives of Upper Provinces at,

O'BRIEN, Archbishop, 4
Onderdonk, Andrew, and Trans-

continental Railway, 136, 137

51

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RECIPROCITY proposals, effect in
Canada, 304-5

Treaty (1854), 18, 75, 78, 159,
176, 319, 321, 323, 339—40, 345,

352, 362, 389
Red River, 37
Registration Duties, 255
Reid, Hon. Robert, 221
Reinach, Baron, and “ C.P.R. Syn-

dicate," 141
Revelstoke, Lord, 150
Reynolds, Mr. Thomas, 240
Richot, Father, 108, 112-7
Riel, Louis, 101, 107, 109, 112-7,
208, 267

Sister, 112, 116, 120
Ripon, Lord, 221, 236
Ritchie, Hon. J. W., 43, 255
Robertson, Mr. Andrew, 144, 145
Robinson, Hon. John Beverly,

162
Robson, Hon. J., 127
Rollit, Sir Albert, 296, 314
Roman Catholics, and Sir C. Tup-

per, 3; and Hon. J. Howe, 4;
legislation for, 303 ; Liberals and,

304 ; Relief Bill for, 310
Rose, Sir John, 62, 141, 150, 217
Rosebery, Earl of, 221,236, 249, 250,

256, 258, 262, 280, 284, 288
Ross, Mr., 25, 163

Mr. James, 147
Roulette, Mr., 107, 108
Russell, Earl, 66

Lord John, and Colonial self-
government, 16

Sir Charles, 211

plenipotentiaries, 196 ; letter
from, 202; and Behring Sea
crisis, 210; and Imperial Federa-
tion League, 251, 257, 261, 263,
277 ; on Preferential Treatment,
271-2, 276, 297 ; and prestige of
Empire, 284 ; and Fishery ques-

tion, 356
Saskatchewan, 37
Saunders, Rev. E. M., letter from,

9
Schreiber, Mr. Collingwood, 144,

149
Seelye, Mr. H. E., 127, 128
Seward, Hon. W. H., 159
Seymour, Govr., and Confederation,

124, 126; death of, 127
Shaughnessy, Sir Thos., 147
Sifton, Hon. Clifford, 306
Smith, Donald A. (See Lord
Strathcona)

Mr. Murray, 279
Rt. Hon. W. H., 256

Sir Albert, 163
South African War, Canadian con-

tingent in, 311
Spalding, Col. L. S., 226
Sprigg, Sir Gordon, 259
Stanley, Lord, and Fishing Licences,

75, 77, 79–80, 83, 84, 281
Stanley of Preston, Lord, 215
Stanley, Rt. Hon. Col., 176

Rt. Hon. Frederick, letter
from, announcing bestowal of

G.C.M.G., 11
Stephen, Sir George (See Lord

Mount Stephen)
Strathcona, Lord, 102, 104, 107,

109, 118, 141, 143, 212; ap-
pointed High Commissioner, 309;

Peerage conferred, 313
Stratheden, Lord, 95
Stutsman, Col., 107, 108
Subsidy question and C.P.R., 217;

and steamer service, 218

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