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  • ...le|The Canadians of Old|[[Philippe Aubert de Gaspé]]|G. & G. E. Desbarats, 1864, 331 p.}} ...British Conquest of 1760. Translated by [[Georgegiana M. Pennée]] for the 1864 edition, by [[Charles George Douglas Roberts]] for the 1890 edition and by
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  • * 1864 - ''Utilitarianism'' ([http://www.archive.org/details/utilitarianism01millg
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  • * 1864 - ''A History of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, compiled from Public Do
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  • * 1864 - ''Calendar of the Land Papers''
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  • ...et ses tendances anti-canadiennes''], par Louis Herménégilde Huot, Québec, 1864
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  • * 1864 - Province of Nova Scotia: The act on public schools suppresses all subsidi
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  • * 1864 - Québec Resolutions. Many politicians voice against the confederation and
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  • ...yment for the surrender of those asserted rights, under treaty executed in 1864.{{Ref2l|c9n4|4}} “ In 1864,” the Report went on, “ these conditions took the form of a demand, fir
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  • On October 27, 1864, after the signing of the confederative pact, George Brown, founder of the
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  • ...e was president of the Merchants’ Bank for which he secured the charter in 1864, and he was or became president of 15 more corporations and vice-president ...cific Railway had expended a corruption fund of $436,000 to get the Act of 1864 passed, and that another corruption fund of $126,000 had been used to get a
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  • * 1864: Politicans of Canada West and East hold conferences on a confederation pro
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  • The facts came out in 1864, after a new Administration had come in, when Postmaster-General Oliver Mow ...Union of 1841''], Vol. II, p. 438. Dent proceeds to tell how on June 14, 1864, Parliament passed a resolution (by a vote of 6o to 58) censuring this tran
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  • In 1864, when debates on the projected federation began, the situation of the two p At the [[w:Canadian Confederation|constitutional conferences]] of 1864 and 1866, the Quebec delegates and those from other provinces were pursuing
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  • But when Germany went to war against Denmark in 1864 to seize the province of [[w:Schleswig-Holstein|Schleswig-Holstein]], the S
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