Sir Oliver Mowat"s speech at Whitby, county of Ontario, 8th February, 1894
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Sir Oliver Mowat"s speech at Whitby, county of Ontario, 8th February, 1894 by Oliver Mowat

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mowat, Oliver, -- 1820-1903.,
  • Ontario -- Politics and government -- 1867-1905

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 24772
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (12 fr.).
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18930166M
ISBN 100665247729

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Sir Oliver Mowat's speech at Whitby, county of Ontario, 8th February, [microform] Caption title At head of title: Past Reform struggles and successes--Ontario's assets Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Douglas Library, Queen's University /5(1). Author of Sir Oliver Mowat's speech at Whitby, county of Ontario, 8th February, , The Reform Party and Canada's future, Christianity and some of its evidences, Hon. Oliver Mowat to his constituents, at Embro and Plattsville, December, , The " Patrons of Industry", Ostracism of Roman Catholics, Christianity and its influence, Reform government in Ontario. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. There are official portraits of Sir Oliver Mowat in the Government of Ontario Art Coll. at the Ontario Legislature Building, Toronto: an oil portrait by Robert Harris*, another, c. , by John Wycliffe Lowes Forster*, a plaster bust executed by Walter Seymour Allward* around , and a full-length bronze statue by the same artist.

A historic images collection of Whitby, Brooklin, Myrtle, Myrtle Station and Ashburn locations and people. The collection includes photos of Ontario Hospital at Whitby, May Irwin, the Marjorie Ruddy Collection and Trafalgar Castle. This collection will be helpful for people interested in . Whitby township: A: LAC: Whitby township - includes the part from east town line to lot 18 except the Village of Oshawa part 1: Whitby township: A: LAC: Whitby township - includes the part from the west town line to lot 19 part 2: some pages torn: Pickering township: A: LAC: Pickering township - includes Pickering from lot 19 to the. Sir Oliver Mowat Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted June, Photo from Google Street View © Google - Posted January, Photo Source - Unknown. Plaque Location. The County of Frontenac The City of Kingston In front of the courthouse on . Sir Oliver Mowat Mowat, Sir Oliver (), statesman, was born in Kingston, Upper Canada, the eldest son of John Mowat and Helen Levack, natives of Caithnessshire, Scotland. He was educated at private schools in Kingston, and in was called to the bar of Upper Canada (Q.C., ).

Speech of the Hon. R. Harcourt, Treasurer of the Province of Ontario, delivered on the 14th day of December, , in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, on moving the House into Committee of Supply. Born Stella, Ontario, where he lived for 18 years. However, at the time he enlisted, he was living near Collins Bay and working as a book-keeper. Signed up in February of Served only in Canada. # McFarland, W. J.: Of Roblin. Enlisted. Nothing further known. McFern, Hugh: Born on . James Henry, eldest son of John & Gladwise, was a Head Master in several of the Kingston schools , Commissioner of Crown Lands for Kingston & The Northern Territories , active in all levels of government - Frontenac Ward Alderman , Ontario Provincial Parliament as M.P.P. for Kingston riding , elected to the.   Ontario's longest serving premier and a father of Confederation, Sir Oliver Mowat, recognized that Ontario's economic strength would be an essential component of .