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  • The Empire (Toronto), 6 September 1888 

    Unknown author (1888-09-06)
    An issue of The Empire (Toronto) for 6 September 1888. Included in this issue: Mr. Gladstones Speech at Wrexham, French Advice, Proposed Ship Canal, Yellow Fever News, Buffalo Show Booming, Roasted to Death, Peterboro ...
  • The Evening Journal (St. Catharines), 14 June 1881 

    Unknown author (1881-06-14)
    An issue of The St. Catharines Evening Journal from 14 June 1881. Included in this issue: Under the Midnight Lanp., We Believe, Farmers and Mechanics, A Wonderful Discovery, Indigestion, Zopesa, Department of the Interior, ...
  • The Globe (Toronto), 14 February 1872 

    Unknown author (Toronto : G. Brown, 1844-1936., 1872-02-14)
    An issue of The Globe Toronto from February 14, 1876. Included in this issue: Latest by Telegraph, The United States Claims, The Wood Slander Case, Teachers' Superannuation Fund, Dr. Norman MacLeod and Dean Stanley, ...
  • History of Stromness Church 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    A history of Stromness Church near Dunnville. It is a handwritten history of the Stromness Methodist Church.
  • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 15 July 1889 

    McCallum, Lachlan (1889-07-15)
    A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 12th inst. at hand. Contents noted. Meekly would say that the charges made by me against Messes. Ellis & Demare are the truth and are ...
  • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 16 February 1891 

    McCallum, Lachlan (1891-02-16)
    A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 12th inst. is at hand and I am very much pleased to hear from you and note particularly what you say. In reply would say that I have no ...
  • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 24 July 1889 

    McCallum, Lachlan (1889-07-24)
    A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 19th inst. is at hand. Contents noted. In reply would say that I admit that I have written (strongly) to you on the question of the ...
  • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 6 February 1891 

    McCallum, Lachlan (1891-02-06)
    A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 3rd inst. at hand. Contents noted. In reply would say that it is not necessary to entreat me to support you in the Election after the ...
  • Letter from Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald, 8 July 1889 

    McCallum, Lachlan (1889-07-08)
    A letter written by Lachlan McCallum to Sir John A. Macdonald reads: "Yours of the 4th inst. is at hand and contents noted. In reply would say Mr. Wood no doubt will perform the duties of commissioner if your government ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Lachlan McCallum, 12 July 1889 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1889-07-12)
    A letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 12 July 1889 reads: "I have yours of the 8th inst. Woods instructions will be simply to investigate and report on the charges brought against Mr. Ellis by you.
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 13 July 1882 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1882-07-13)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 13 July 1882 reads: "I ought to have written you before now congratulating you on your victory in Monck. I was delighted to see you win, notwithstanding what ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 19 January 1882 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1882-01-19)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 19 January 1882 reads: "We will talk over the Senatorship when you come down on the 9th. Happy New Year."
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 19 July 1889 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1889-07-19)
    A letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 19 July 1889 reads: "I have yours of the 15th inst. and beg to repeat that I do not see any way to recommend that Ellis and Demare should be suspended before trial. ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 2 June 1888 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1888-06-02)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 2 June 1888 reads: "Thanks for yours of the 31st. I think you rather mistake the position. The time has come when the Western portion of the Dominion must ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 23 March 1887 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1887-03-23)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 23 March 1887 reads: "I have to thank you most warmly for your earnest and successful exertions which carried both Monck and Haldimand. I do not think I should ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 24 May 1882 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1882-05-24)
    A photocopied letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 24 May 1882, it reads: "I was a good deal distressed by the way we parted but I hope you have got into a more amiable state of mind. You must carry ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 25 January 1887 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1887-01-25)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 25 January 1887 reads: "You need have been under no apprehension that you would not be appointed a Senator. I promised it to you long ago and I try in general ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 28 December 1880 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1880-12-28)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 28 December 1880 reads: "I have your favour of the 27th inst. The vacancy was discussed in Council some time ago and is practically settled although it won't ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 3 February 1891 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1891-02-03)
    A letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum 3 February 1891 reads: "You see we are going to the country again and I wrote you to entreat that you put your shoulder to the Wheel, as in the old days and give me ...
  • Letter from Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum, 4 June 1875 

    Macdonald, Sir John A. (1875-06-04)
    A letter written by Sir John A. Macdonald to Senator McCallum on 4 June 1875 reads: "I hope nothing will prevent you from accepting the nomination for Monck - if you do, you will win. The party took to you with confidence ...