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Sydenham, Lord, and Self-Govern-

ment in Canada, 16

entrance into politics, 2; policy
towards Roman Catholics, 3, 4;
refuses leadership of Conserva-
tive Party, 3; accepts Premier-
ship, 4; lecture on “ Political
Condition of British North
America," 6, 14 et seq. ; initiates
Confederation movement, 7; and
British North America Act,
7; “Father of Canada," and

Canada's Grand Old Man," 8;
illness of, 8; leaves Canada
(1913), 9; Warhorse of Cum-
berland," and “ The Fighting
Doctor," 11 ; offices and honours,
11; and Union of Maritime
Provinces, 39; and Charlotte-
town Conference, 40; at Quebec
Conference, 41 ; and Free Schools,
42-3; inaugurates London Con-
ference on Confederation, 43 ;
at London Conference, 43; and
Howe's Anti-Confederation pam-
phlet, 45 ; and Morning Star, 46 ;
issues pamphlet in reply to Howe,

assists in forming first
Dominion Government, 52–4 ;
elected in Nova Scotia, 55 ;
debate with Howe, 55; follows
Howe to London, 58-9; and
John Bright, 60 ; at Stowe Park,
62,79 ; and Sir R. Cartwright, 63;
becomes President of Council, 64 ;
Confederation correspondence, 65
et seq. ; adventures with Riel, 101
et seq. ; and Transcontinental
Railway, 125 ; elected by acclam-
ation, 130; appointed Minister
of Railways, 135; and Pacific
terminus of railway, 136-7 ; pro-
poses formation of C.P.R., 138;
mission to England to organise
company, 139; and Sir Henry
Tyler, 140 ; and “ C.P.R. Syndi-
cate," 141 ; and Mr. Blake, 142;
first railway trip to Vancouver,
144; appointed High Commis-
sioner, 147; proposes loan for

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TAFT, President, and Reciprocity,

306
Taft-Fielding reciprocity agreement,

172
Tariff question in Canada, 168 et seq.

Reform, Mr. Chamberlain
and, 255
Tarte, Mr. J. Israel, 214, 310
Thibeault, Grand Vicar, 102, 104,

116, 118
Thompson, Mr., 196

Sir John, as Premier, 216 ;
death of, 216; and Manitoba

school question, 308
Thring, Lord, 281, 287
Tilley, Hon. S. L. (Sir Leonard),

defeated on Confederation, 42; at
London Conference, 44; apprecia-
tion of, 52; C.B. conferred on, 53;
66, 68, 69, 74, 167; and Preferen-

tial Treatment delegation, 246
Times, on Commercial Union, 260
Tingley, Steve, 146
Toronto Globe, 51, 150, 162, 163, 254
Transcontinental Railway, incep-

tion of, 125, 128; preliminary
surveys for, 129, 133; Liberal
Party oppose, 130 ; routes for,
133-4; Conservative policy to-
wards, 135–6; question of Pacific

terminus of, 136-7
Trutch, Sir Joseph, 127
Tupper, Eliakim, founder of family
in Nova Scotia, 2

-, Lady, trip to Vancouver,
144 ; death of, 8

Rev. C., D.D., father of Sir C.
Tupper, 2

Sir C., Bt., birth, 1 ; educa-
tion, 2; medical practice of, 2;

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C.P.R., 149; and C.P.R. bonds,
150 ; and Toronto Globe charges,
150-1 ; and Lord Dufferin and
“ Pacific Scandal,” 156–7; in
elections of 1874, 158; resumes
medical practice, 160 ; political
activity and curious encounter
with Mr. Mackenzie, 161 ; cam-
paign of the 'seventies, 162–4 ;
attacks Mackenzie Government,
167 ; and Sir R. Cartwright, 168 ;
Tariff Reform motion,
Minister of Public Works, 170;
creation of Ministry of Railways
and Canals, 170; High Commis.
sioner in succession to Sir A. T.
Galt, 174; plenipotentiary to
Spain and France, 175; at
International Cables Conference,
175; correspondence with Mr.
Bayard, 181 ; appointed pleni-
potentiary on Fisheries Confer-
ence, 183; Fisheries Treaty and
modus vivendi, 192; announce-
ments of baronetcy, 202 ; Minister
of Finance (1887), 204 ; and iron
and steel industries, 204-6; re-
turn to London, 207 ; 1891
election campaign, 212; at Inter-
national Postal Congress, 215 ;
fast steamer service and Pacific
cable crusade, 217 et seq.; toasts
Mr. Chamberlain, 228; and Pre-
ferential Treatment delegation,
246; and Imperial Federation
League, 247-51 ; and Preferen-
tial Trade, 254 ; on Imperial
Confederation, 256 et seq. ; speech
at United Empire Club, 299; and
Catholics, 304 ; as Premier, 308;
defeated Manitoba school
question, 310 ; and South African
War, 311 ; and Newfoundland,
312; and peerage for Sir D.

Smith, 313
Tupper, Sir Charles Hibbert, 8;

at the “ Soo," 204; appointed
Minister of Marine, 209 ; on

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