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Davidson Collection of Canadiana: Indexes

Indexes


Author-Title Index

Author-Title Index

This index provides access by author and title to every book described in the bibliography. All persons and corporate bodies concerned in the
production of the books' texts are included. Pseudonyms and variant forms of names are also indexed. Title entries are provided for all main,
added and series titles.

A mes compatriotes canadiens, 470

Analyse d'un entretien sur la

Abstract from precedents of proceeding

       conservation, 109

       ( 1792 ), 465

Anciennes archives fran�aises, 466

Account of six years residence in

Anciennes cotes du Lac Saint-Louis, 45

       Hudson's Bay, 428

Ancient French archives ( 1791 ), 466

Account of the proceedings of the

Anderson, David. Notes of the flood at

       British, 220

       the Red River (1852), 322

Account of Prince Edward Island, 267

Annuaire de l'lnstitut canadien pour

Account of the countries adjoining to

       1867, 58

       Hudson's Bay, 299

Anspach, Lewis. History of the Island of

Achintre, Auguste. Ile Ste. Helene

       Newfoundland (1819), 115

       ( 1876), 113

Answer to the letter to two great men

Act for regulating the manner of

       (1760), 116

       licencing public houses, 534

Appeal to the honour and good sense,

Act to lay and collect a duty upon stills,

       295

       535

Appendix to the narrative of a second

Adam, Graeme. Canadian north-west

       voyage 317

       (1885), 319

Arctic searching expedition, 316

Adams, Daniel. Adams' new arithmetic

Arctic voyage to Baffn's Bay and

       (1833),538

       Lancaster Sound, 302

Additional by-laws, rules, regulations

Argyll, John Douglas, Duke of.

       and ordinances, 227

       Canadian life and scenery (1886),

Additional papers concerning the

              117

       Province of Quebeck, 221

       Canadian north-west (1883), 323

Address delivered to the York

Arithm�tique en quatre parties, 469

       Mechanics� Institution, 157

Armstrong, Louis. Southern Manitoba

Address to the great man, 241

       [1880?], 324

Adventures of the first settlers on the

Arrest du Conseil d'Etat du roi, qui

       Oregon or Columbia River, 429

       ordonne le payement des

Adventures in Canada, 167

              Reconnoissances, 38

Adventures of an angler in Canada, 206

Arrest du Conseil d'Etat du roi, qui

Adventures on the Columbia River, 343

       ordonne le payement des coupons,

Aenmerckelycke historiche Reys-

              37

       beschryvinge, 51

Atkinson, Christopher. Guide to New

Agassiz,Louis. Lake Superior its

       Brunswick (1843), 118

       physical character (1850), 320

Aubin, Napoleon. Chimie agricole

Agricultural Society in Canada, 509

       (1847), 539

Aiamie kushkushkutu mishinaigan, 351

Authentic letters from Upper Canada,

Alexander, William. Conduct of Major

       216

       �� Gen. Shirley (1758), 114

Aux citoyens et habitants des villes

Allan Line: information and advice for

       [1785], 467

       ���� emigrants (1879), 321

Aux habitans du district de Montr�al,

American memoranda, 214

       [ca, 1838?],1

   

349

Avantures du Sr. C. Le Beau, 70

Bompas, William Carpenter. Diocese of

Avec Layfayette chez les Iroquois, 86

       Mackenzie River (1888), 331

Awful exposure of the atrocious plot

Bonne, Pierre Amable de

       (1836), 119

       A mes compatriotes canadien [1784],

 

              470

B.C. 1887, 390

       Pre'cis ou abre'ge d'un acte [1794],

Back, Sir George.Narrative of the Arctic

              471

       land expedition (1836), 296

Bonnefons, Amable. Petit livre de vie

Backwoods of Canada, 280

       (1815), 472

Bacqueville de la Potherie. Histoire de

Borthwick, John Douglas.

       I'Amerique septentrionale (1722),

       From darkness to light (1907), 123

              2

       History of Montreal (1897), 124

Bailey, John C. Synopsis on the

Bosworth, Newton.

       Hudson's Bay [1898], 325

       Hochelaga depicta (1839), 125

Bailli du p�, 517

       Hochelaga depicta (1901), 549

Ballantyne, Robert. Pioneers [1872],

Bouchette, Joseph.

       326

       British dominions in North America

Barrette, J. E. T. Recit d'aventures dans

              (1831), 126

       le Nord-ouest (1881), 327

       Topographical description of the

Barrow, Sir John. Chronological history

              province (1815), 127

       of voyages (1818), 297

Boulton, D'Arcy. Sketch of His

Bayard, Nicholas. Journal of the late

       Majesty�s province (1805), 128

       actions (1868), 548

Bourgeois de la Compagnie du Nord�

Beauclerk, Lord Charles Lithographic

       Ouest, 404

       views of military operations (1840),

Bourne, George. Picture of Quebec and

              120              

       its vicinity (1831), 129

Beaugrand, Honor�. De Montr�al a

Br�beof, Jean de, 74

       Victoria (1887), 328

Bressani, Francesco Giuseppe.

Beauties of Fox, North, and Burke, 164

       Breve relatione d'alcune missioni

B�dard,Thomas, 531

              (1653), 10

Begg, Alexander. Creation of Manitoba

       Relation abr�g�e de quelques missions

      (1871), 329

              (1852), 550

Belcourt, George-Antoine. Principes de

Breve relatione d'alcune missioni, 10

       la langue des sauvages ( 1839), 330

Brief view of the religious tenets, 522

Bell, James. Jesuit relations and other

Brief narrative of an unsuccessful

       Americana [1950], 565

       attempt, 305

Bellefeuille, Edouard Lefebvre de.

Brief narrative of the shipwreck, 147

       Th�se sur les mariages (1860), 3

Brief sketch of the life . . . of . . . Louis

Bengough, John Wilson. Caricature

       Joseph Papineau, 11

       history of Canadian politics (1886),

Briggs, George. Recollections of a visit

              121

       [1907], 130

Berry, Sir Edward. Narrative of the

British dominions in North America, 126

       proceedings (1799), 468

British Columbia: its present resources

Bibaud, Maximilien.

       (1893), 332

Biographie des sagamos (1848), 4

British Columbia: a lecture, 448

       Cat�chisme de l'histoire du Canada       

British Columbia: the Pacific province

              (1853), 5

       (1884), 333

Bibaud, Michel,

British emigration to British North

       Arithm�tique en quatre partie

       America, 146

              (1816), 469

British Northwest: pen and sun sketches,

       Epitres, satires, chansons (1830), 6

       340

       Histoire du Canada (1837), 7

British freedom (1832), 131

       Quelques r�flexions sur la derni�re

British northwest: pen and sun pictures

              �lection [1832], 8

       340

Biblioth�que religieuse et nationale, 96

Brokovski, Frederick Thomas, 353

Biggar, Henry Percival. Early trading

Brooke, Frances. History of Emily

       �companies of New France (1901),

       Montague (1769), 132

              �9

Brown, Robert.

Biographie des sagamos, 4

       Strictures and remarks on the Earl

Birchall: the story of his life, 122

       (1806), 334       

Birchall, Reginald, Birchall: the story of

Remarks on the Earl of Selkirk's

       his life (1890), 122

       (1806), 335

   

350

Brown, Thomas. Brief sketch of the life

Carle, Frank. British Northwest: pen

       [1872], 11

       and sun sketches (1882), 340

Bryce, George. Holiday rambles between

Carruthers, John. Retrospect of thirty�

       Winnipeg (1888), 336

       six years' residence (1861), 341

Buch das gut enthaltend den

Cartwright, George. Journal of trans-�

       Katechismus, 62

       actions and events ( 1792), 139

Buckingham, James. Canada, Nova

Carver, Jonathan. Travels through the

       Scotia, New Brunswick [1843],

       interior parts (1778), 140

              �133

Case of the Canadians distressed by fire,

Burall, W. T. Trip to the far west

       233       

       [1891 ?], 337

Case of the Canadians at Montreaz, 234

Burgoyne, John. State of the expedition

Case of the Right Hon. Alexander, 135

       �from Canada (1780), 134

Casgrain, Eugene. Mouton (1879), 540

Burke, Edmund, 164

Cat�chisme de l'histoire du Canada, 5

Burke, Edmund, 530

Catholic Church.

Burn, Richard. 1uge a paix (1789), 473

       Diocese of Quebec. Bishop. Mandement du

Burn, John. Case of the Right Hon..

              28 Octobre [1794], 477

       � Alexander (1833), 135

       Diocese of Quebec. Bishop. Soli deo

By-laws, rules, regulations and

              gloria [1788], 478

       ordinances, 227

 
 

Catholic Church.

 

       Calendrier pour les chantres (1826),

C., C. H., 193

              12       

Cabot, James Elliott, 320

       Graduel romain ( 1800) 474

Cabot's voyages, 187

       Office de la semaine sainte ( 1778),

Calendrier pour les chantres, 12

              475

Cameron, Donald Roderick, 451

       Officium in honorem ( 1777), 476

Campbell, Patrick. Travels in the

Catholic Church. Diocese of Quebec.

       interior inhabited parts (1793),

 

              136

       Mandement du 28 octobre [1794],

Canada: a hand-book of information

       Notice sur les missions (1839-74), 13

       (1879), 137

       Soli deo gloria [1788], 478

Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,

 

       133

Catholic Church. Diocese of St. Pol de

Canada on the Pacific 378

       Leon Bishop. Lettre de M. Eveque (1793), 479

Canada Company. Lands in Upper

Cauchon, Joseph. Chambre des

Canada (1834) 138

       communes [1875.], 141

Canada. Dept. of the Interior. Natural

Cavelier de la Salle, 46

       Resources Intelligence Branch, 457

Cavelier de La Salle. Relation of the

Canada. Dept. of Militia. Report upon

       discoveries (1901), 551

       the suppression (1886), 338

Centenatre de l'assault de Quetbec

Canadian scenery: district of Gasp�, 244

       (1876), 14

Canadian archaeology, an essay, 202

Chabert, Joseph Bernard. Voyage fait

Canadian scenery illustrated 294

       par ordre du roi (1753), 15

Canadian Red River exploring

Chambre des communes: revue parle�

       expedition, 376

       mentaire de 1875, 141

Canadian Pacific Railway, 339

Champlain, Samuel de.

Canadian freeholder, 222

       Oeuores de Champlain ([870), 552

Canadian North-west: its history and its

       Voyages de la nouvelle France

       troubles, 319

              (1632), 16

CanadianNorth-west, 323

       Voyages du sieur de Champlain

Canadian life and scenery, 117

              (1613), 17

Canadian Pacific Railway Company.

       Voyages et descouvertures (1619), 18

Canadian Pacific (1873), 339

Chansonnier canadien (1825), 19

Canadian's right the same as the

Chappell, Edward.

       Englishman's, 177

       Narrative of a voyage (1817), 298

Canadiana: containing the crisis, 292

       Voyage of His Majesty's Ship ( 1818),

Canadiana: containing sketches of

              142

       Upper Canada, 292

Charge delivered to the clergy of the

Cantiques de Marseilles, 490

       Diocese of Quebec, 533

Cantiques de l'ame d�vote, 489

Charlevoix, Pierre-.

Caricature history of Canadian politics,       

       Histoire et description generale

       121

              (1744), 20

   

351

 

     Journal of a voyage to North-America

Dablon, Claude.

              (1761), 21

       Relation de ce qui s'est pass�

       Vie de la m�re Marie (1724), 22

              (1672), 29

Chastellux, Francois. Voyages de M. le

       Relation de ce qui s'est pass�

       marquis (1786), 23

              (1673), 30

Chittenden Newton. Settlers, pros-

       Relation de ce qui s'est pass�

       pectorsand tourists (1882), 342

              (1860), 554

Choiseul, Etienne. Historical memorial

Dame patronesse, 49

       of the negotiation (1761), 24

Dartnell, George. Brief narrative of the

Christian warned (1841), 143

       shipwreck (1845), 147

Chronological history of voyages, 297

Daule, Jean. Nouveau recueil de

Church of England Order for morning

       cantiques (1819), 487

       and evening (1780), 480

Day, Catherine. Pioneers of the Eastern

Claus,Daniel, 480

       Townships (1863), 148

Clery Jean Journal de ce qui s'est

De viris illustribus urbis Romae, 499

       pass� (1798), 481

De Montreal a Victoria, 328

Climate soil, and productions of Upper

De Roos Fred.Personal narrative of travels(1827)149

       Canada, 138

De Veaux, Samuel Falls of Niagara

Clutterbuck Walter J, 390

       (1839), 150

Colas et Colinette, 517

D�claration du roi, portant r�glement

Colden, Cadwallader History of the five

D�couverte et evolution cartographique

       Indian nations (1747), 144

       de Terre-Neuve, 50

Collection de manuscrits (1883-5), 553

Definitive treaty of peace and friendship,

Complete synopsis of the Great Pew

       172, 173

       Case (1877), 145

Denominational or free Christian

Concise account of North America, 250

       schools, 449

Conduct of Major Gen. Shirley, 114

Denys, Nicolas. Description g�'ogra�

Conduct of the French, 195

       phique et historique (1672) 31

Conduite des fran�ois, 196

Dernieres decouvertes dans l'Am�rique

Confidential memorandum on the

       septentrionale 108

       Canadian Pacihc Railway, 357

Description de la Louisiane, 52

Confr�rie de l�Adoration. R�glement

Description geographique et historique,

       (1776), 482

       31

Considerations on the expediency, 223

Destruction of King's College [ca

Considerations sur les effets, 536

       1840?], 151.

Contributions to the history of the

Diary of Mrs. John Graves Simcoe, 263

       Eastern Townships, 274

Dictionary of the Chinook jargon

Correspondence of Richd. Hardisty, 372

       (1899), 345

Cowan, Helen. British emigration

Dictionnaire portatif et abreg�, 510

       (1928), 146

 

Cox, Ross. Adventures on the Columbia

Diereville. Relation du voyage du Port���������

       River (1831), 343

       Royal (1708), 32

Creation of Manitoba, 329

Diocese of Mackenzie River, 331

Crespel, Emmanuel

Dionne, Narcisse-.

       Travels in North America (1797),

       Etats Unis, Manitoba et Nord-ouest

              25

              (1882), 346

       Voiages du R. P. Emmanuel

       Etats Unis, Manitoba et Nord-ouest

              Crespel (1742), 26

              (1883), 347

       Voyage au nouveau-monde (1757),

Directions for the Gulph and River

              27

       (1774), 152

       Voyages du R. P. Emanuel Crespel

Discours de l�Hon. Louis Joseph

              (1752), 28

       Papineau, 89

Crespel, Louis, 26, 28

Discours a l�occasion de la victoire, 511

Crevier, Joseph Alexandre, 113

Discussion sommaire sur les anciennes

Crossley, R. S. To the Rocky Mountains

       limites, 94

       [1899?], 344

Divers documens et communications,

Cugnet, Francois

       110

       Extraits des edits ( [775), 483

Dix, John. Hand book for Lake

       Trait� abreg� (1775),484

       Memphremagog [1864], 153

       Traite d e la loi des fiefs (1775),

Dobbs, Arthur Account of the countries

              485

       adjoining (1744), 299

       Trait� de la police (1775), 486

Documents and communications, 111

   

352

 

Documents pour servir a l'intelligence

Explorations in the interior of the

       (1896), 348

       Labrador Peninsula, 184

Dominion of Canada: a guide book

Extract from the minutes of Council,

       ( 1884), 154

       501

Dominion Monthly, 11

Extract of the proceedings of a

Dominion of Canada: the eastern

       committee, 513

       townships (1879), 155

Extracts from the minutes of Council,

Dominion of Canada: the province of

       466

       Manitoba (1879), 349

Extrait des proc�d�s d'un commit�, 513

Douglas, John. Letter addressed to two

Extrait d'un discours prononc�', 537

       great men ( 1760), 156

Extrait des minutes du Conseil, 466

Du Monceaux, Alexis. Exercice tre's-

Extraits des regitres du Conseil, 483

       devot ( 1777), 488

Extraits des edits, declarations, 483

Du Creux, Francois. Historiae

 

       canadensis (1664), 33

 

Dunlevie, Horace. Our volunteers in the

Faillon, Eitienne Histoire de la colonie

       North-west (1885), 350

française (1865-6), 34

Dunlop, William. Address delivered to

Faithful history of remarkable

       the York (1832), 157

       occurrences, 293

Durand, Laurens.

Faits pour le peuple, 422

       Cantiques de l'ame (1776), 489

Falls of Niagara 150

       Cantiques de Marseilles (1800), 490

Faribault, Georges-. Catalogue

Durham, John, Earl of. Report on the

       d'ouvrages (1837), 566

       affairs (1839), 158

Farming and ranching in the Canadian

Durocher, Flavien. Aiamie kusAkush-

       North-west [1888], 354

       kutu mishinaigan (1847), 351

Farming and ranching in western

 

       Canada, 461

Early trading companies of New France,

Fenian raid of 1870 (1870), 161

       9

Ferland, Jean-. Notes sur les registres

Edit du roy. Portant que les nobles

       (1863), 35

       pourront faire le commerce, 40

Field, Thomas. Essay towards an Indian

Edit du roi. Donn� � Paris, le 28. May

       bibliography (1873), 567

       1664, 39

First American settlement on the Pacific,

Eight letters on the subject of the Earl of

       358

       Selkirk's pamphlet, 363

Fisher, Peter. Sketches of New�

Elliott, George. Preliminary investi-

       Brunswick (1825), 162

       gation and trial (1874), 353

Fitzgerald, James. Examination of the

Elliott, Charles. Trip to Canada

       charter (1849), 355

       [1887?], 352

FitzGibbon, Mary. Trip to Manitoba

Ellis, Henry. Voyage to Hudson's Bay

       (1880), 356

       ( 1748), 300

Five years' residence in the Canadas,

Emigrant's directory and guide, 160

       269       

English Parmer, 131

Fleming, Sir Sandford. Confidential

Enquiry into the merits of the supposed

       memorandum ( 1874), 357

       preliminariesof peace (1762), 159

Flying post journal 1833-34, 398

Epitres, satires, chansons, 6

Forest, lake and prairie, 395

Eres, Charles Dennis Rouso d', 254

Forest scenes and incidents, 178

Etats-Unis, Manitoba et Nord-ouest,

Forster, Johann Reinhold, 200

       346, 347

Foster, John. Report on the Phillipsburg

Evans, Francis. Emigrant's directory

       (1872), 163

       and guide ( 1833), 160

Fox, Charles. Beauties of Pox, North and

Examination of the charter and pro-

       Burke (1784), 164

       ceedings of the Hudson's Bay

France. Treaties. Traittee de paix

              Company, 355

       (1689), 44

Exercice tre's-devot envers S. Antoine,

France. Sovereign.

       488

       Lettres patentes du roi (1769), 41

Experience of an early settler, 447

       Ordonnance du roi (1734), 42

Exploration-British North America.

       D�claration du roi [1780], 43

       Further papers, 411

France. Conseil d'Etat.

Exploration-British North America.

       Arrest du Conseil d'Etat (1769), 37

       Papers, 413

       Arrest du Conseil d'Etat (1765), 38

Exploration-British North America.

France. Loi relative aux secours (1791),

       The journals, 412

       36

   

353

 

France. Sovereign.

Great Britain. Treaties. Treaty of peace

       Edit du roy [1664], 39

       (1686), 174

       Edit du roy (1773), 40

Great Britain. Treaties. Definitive treaty

Franchere, Gabriel.

       of peace (1749) 172

       Narrative of a voyage (1854), 358

Great Britain. Colonial Office. Papers

       Relation d'un voyage (1820), 359

       relating to the Red River Settle�

Franklin, Sir John. Narrative of a

       ment (1819), 366

       journey (1823), 301

Greenly, Albert. Selective bibliography

Franklin, Benjamin. Interest of Great

       ( 1958), 569

       Britain (1760), 165

Griphon 92

French, Thomas Information for

Guide to New Brunswick 118

       intending settlers (1857), 166

Guide for emigrants from the British

From darkness to light, 123

       shores, 183

Prom savagery to civilization, 319�����������

 

Fuentes, Bartolome de, 299

Hal�vy, Leon. Histoire morale (1834)

Fur hunters of the far west, 430

       49

Fur Trader, 281

Haliburton, Thomas. Historical and

Further papers relative to the

       statistical account ( 1829), 175

       exploration by the expedition, 411

Halkett, John.

 

Historical notes respecting the Indians

Gagnon, Phileas Essai de bibliographic

       (1825), 367

       canadienne (1895), 568

       Pr�cis touchant la colonie (1818),368       

Garland of new songs [1810?], 541

       Statement respecting the Earl [1817],

Gazette litteraire pour la ville, 491

              369

Geikie, Cunningham. Adventures in

       Statement respecting the Earl (1817),

       Canada [1882?], 167

              370

Geographie a l'usage des ecoliers

Hall, Edward. Lands of plenty in the

       (1804), 492

       new North-west [1880], 371

Gibbat of Regina (1886), 360

Hand book for Lake Memphremagog,

Girouard, Desire H., 46

       153

Girouard, Desire.

Hardisty, Richard. Correspondence of

       Anciennes cotes (1892), 45

       Richd. Hardisty (1841-6), 372

       Lake St. Louis old and new (1893),

Hargrave, Joseph. Red River (1871),

              46                                                                              

       373

       Supplement to "Lake St. Louis",

Harmon, Daniel. Journal of voyages and

              (1893), 47

       travels (1820), 374

       Vieux Lachine ( 1889), 48

Harmon, Daniel. Journal of voyages and

Glance at the Victoria Bridge, 207

       travels (1820), 374

Gleason, Thomas Quebec directory

Harrisse, Henry.

       (1822), 168

       Decouverte et evolution cartogra�-

Glorious enterprise, 209

              phique (1900),50

Gold dust: how to find it ( 1898), 361

       Notes pour servir a l'histoire ( 1872),

Goodridge, Richard. Year in Manitoba

              570

       (1882), 362

Hawkins, Alfred. Hawkins's picture of

Goodsir, Robert Arctic voyage to

       Quebec (1834), 176

       Baffin's Bay (1850), 302

Hawkins's picture of Quebec, 176

Gordon, James Eight letters on the

Hawles, John. Canadian's right (1823),

       subject (1806), 363

       177

Gowanlock, Theresa. Two months in

Head, Sir George. Forest scenes and

       the camp (1885), 364

       incidents (1829), 178

Graduel romain, 474

Hearne, Samuel. Journey from Prince of

Graham, Franklin. Histrionic Montreal

       Wales (1795), 303

       (1902), 169

Hennepin, Louis.

Grand voyage du pays des Hurons, 102

       Aenmerckelycke historische Reys�

Grant, George. Ocean to ocean (1873),

              beschryvinge (1698), 51              

       365

       Description de la Louisiane (1683),

Grants of land free [1881], 170

              52

Gray, Hugh. Letters from Canada

       New discovery of a vast country

       (1809), 171

              (1698), 53

Gray, John Edward, 315

       New discovery of a vast country

Great Pew Case, 145

              (1698) 54

Great Britain. Treaties. Definitive treaty

       New discovery of a vast country

       of peace (1763), 173

              (1903), 555

   

354

 

       Nouveau voyage d'un pais ( 1698), 55

History of islands & islets, 211

       Nouvelle decouverte d'un tres grand

History of Canada from its first

              (1697), 56

       discovery, 181, 524

Henry, Alexander. Travels and adven-

History of the counties of Argenteuil,

       tures in Canada (1809), 179

       275

Henry, Walter. Trifles from my port-

History of freemasonry in Manitoba, 382

       folio ( 1839), 180

History of the Montreal prisons, 123

Herald, Miscellany & Advertiser

History of the five Indian nations, 144

       (1791), 493

History of the island of Newfoundland,

Heriot, George.

       115

History of Canada (1804), 181

History of Emily Montague, 132

       Travels through the Canadas ( 1807),

History of Montreal, 124

              182

Histrionic Montreal, 169

Hero of the Saskatchewan, 402

Hochelaga depicta, 125

Heurter, Frederick Damien, 417

Holiday rambles between Winnipeg and

Hill, George. Guide for emigrants

       Victoria, 336

       (1834), 183

Hooker, Sir William Jackson, 312, 314

Hill, Robert. Manitoba: history of its

Horetzky, Charles.

       early settlement (1890), 375

       Canada on the Pacific (1874), 378

Hincks, Sir. Francis. Ministerial crisis

       North-west of Canada (1873), 379

       (1844), 57

       Some startling facts (1880), 380

Hind, Henry.

How to get to the Klondyke (1898), 381

       Explorations in the interior (1863),

Howison, John. Sketches of Upper

              184

       Canada (1821), 186

       Narrative of the Canadian Red River

Howley, M. F. Cabot's voyages [1897?],

              (1860), 376

       187

       North-west Territory (1859), 377

Hubert, Jean Fran�ois, 477, 478

Histoire naturelle des peuples, des

Hudson's Bay or a missionary tour, 434

       animaux, 31

Hudson's Bay territories and

Histoire de la ville des Trois-Rivieres,

       Vancouver's Island, 403

       105

Hudson's Bay Company and

Histoire et description generale de la

       Vancouver�s Island, 355       

       Nouvelle France, 20

Humbert, Pierre. Instructions

Histoire de la colonie fran�aise en

       chr�tiennes ( 1798), 494

       Canada, 34

Hunter in the prairies, 414

Histoire morale, 49

Hunter, William.

Histoire de l'Am�rique septentrionale, 2

Hunter's Eastern Townships ( 1860),

Histoire de la Nouvelle France, 20

       189

Histoire de la Nouvelle France contenant

Hunter's Ottawa scenery (1855), 190

       Les navigations, 78

Hunter's panoramic guide (1857),

Histoire du Canada sous la domination

       191

       francaise, 7

Hunter, Andrew. Lake Simcoe and its

Histoire de l�Hotel-Dieu de Quebec, 103

       environs ( 1893), 188

Historiae canadensis sev Novae-

Hunter's Eastern Townships ( 1860),

       Franciae, 33

       189

Historic forts and trading posts of the

Hunter's Ottawa scenery ( 1855), 190

       French regime, 457

Hunter's panoramic guide, 191

Historical notes respecting the Indians

Huntingdon, Jedediah Vincent, 358

       of North America, 367

Huron chief and other poems, 201

Historical memorial of the negotiation

Hurssell, Joseph. History of freemasonry

       of France and England, 24

       in Manitoba ( 1880), 382

Historical journal of the campaigns in

 

       North-America, 203

Ile Ste.Helene, 113

Historical and statistical account of

Indian trade language of the North

       Nova-Scotia, 175

       Pacific coast, 345

Historical account of the expedition

Information for intending settlers on the

       against the Ohio Indians, 442

       Ottawa, 166

Historical and descriptive notice on the

Inquiry into the merits, 495

       church (1880), 185

Institut canadien. Annuaire de l'Institut

History of Manitoba, 375

       (1868), 58

History and present state of the city, 125

Instructions chretiennes pour les jeunes

History of the late war in North-

       gens, 494

       America, 217

Insurrection du nord-ouest [1885], 383

   

355

 

Interest of Great Britain considered, 165

Kane, Paul. Wanderings of an artist

Interests of the British Empire (1868),

       (1859), 384

       192

Kauder, Christian. Buch das gut

It blows, it snows (1846), 193

       enthaltend (1866), 62

 

Kelly, Leroy. Range men (1913), 385

James, William. Inquiry into the merits

Kidd, Adam. Huron chief and other

       (1816), 495

       poems (1830), 201

James, Edwin, 270

King, John. Other side of the "Story"

Jameson, Anna. Winter studies and

       (1886), 386

       summer rambles (1838), 194

Kingsford, William. Canadian

Jefferys,Thomas

       archaeology (1886), 202

       Conduct of the French (1754) 195

Kippis, Andrew. Life of Captain James

       Conduite des fran�ois (1755) 196

       Cook [1820?], 387

       Natural and civil history (1760), 197

Kirby, William, 315

Johnson, Susanna.

Kitchi-gami: wanderings round Lake

       Narrative of the captivity (1807), 198

       Superior, 388

       Narrative of the captivity (1814), 199

Knox, John. Historical Journal of the

Joques, Isaac, 10

       campaigns (1769), 203

 Journal of a third voyage for the

Kohl, Johann.

       discovery,312

       Kitchi-gami (1860), 388

 Journal of voyages and travels in the

       Travels in Canada (1861), 204

        interior of North America, 374

Komg, Charles, 315

 Journal of the last voyage perform'd,

 

           61

       L.J.C.etM.I., 351

 Journal historique du dernier voyage, 60

La Salle, Nicolas de. Relation of the

 Journal of events principally on the

       discovery of (1898), 558

       Detroit, 225

La Brosse, Jean.

Journal or full account of the late

       Nehiro-iriniai (1767), 496

       expedition to Canada, 290

       Nehiro-iriniui (1817), 497

Journal historique des evenemens

La Marche, Jean Francois de, 479

       (1838),59

Labrador Peninsula, 184

Journal of a second voyage for the

Lafitau, Joseph.

       discovery, 311

       Memoire present� a son altesse

Journal of the operations of the Queen's

              (1718), 63

       Rangers, 264

       Moeurs des sauvages (1724), 64

Journal of transactions and events, 139

Lahontan, Louis.

Journal de ce qui s'est passe a la tour,

       New voyages to North-America

       481

              (1703), 65

Journal of a voyage to North-America

       New voyages to North-America

       21

              (1905), 559

Journal of a voyage for the discovery,

       Nouveaux voyages de Mr le baron

       313

              (1703), 66

Journals, detailed reports and

       Nouveaux voyages de Mr le Baron

       observations, 412

              (1703), 67

Journals of Major Robert Rogers, 251,

Lake Simcoe and its environs, 188

       252

Lake Superior: its physical character,

Journey from Prince of Wales's Port in

         320

       Hudson's Bay, 303

Lake St. Louis old and new, 46

Journey to the shores of the polar sea

Lalemant, Jerome.

       301

       Relation de ce qui s'est passe' (1664),

Joutel, Henri.

              68

Journal historique du dernier voyage

       Relation de ce qui s'est passe' ( 1648),

       (1713), 60

              69, 76, 112

Journal of the last voyage (1714), 61

Lambert, John. Travels through

Jautel�s journal of La Salle's (1896),

       Canada (1816), 205

       557

Lands of plenty in the new North-west,

Joutel's journal of La Salle's last voyage

       371

       ( 1896), 557

Lands in Upper Canada to be disposed

Juge a paix, 473

       of, 138

 

Lanman, Charles. Adventures of an

 

       angler (1848) 206

Kalm, Pehr. Travels into North America

LaRue, Hubert. Petit manuel

       (1770-1), 200

       d'agriculture (1875), 542

   

356

 

Laurie, John Report of Major General

Life in the woods, 167

Laurie ( 1887), 389

Life of Captain James Cook, 387

Le Clercq, Chrestien.

Lighthall, William. "Glorious

       Nouvelle relation de la Gaspesie

       Enterprise" [ca. 1900?], 209

              (1691), 71

Lithographic views of military

       Nouvelle relation de la Gaspesie

       operations, 120

              ( 1758), 72

Loi relative aux secours accord�s aux

       Premier etablissement de la foy

       officiers, 36

              (1691), 73

Long, John.Voyages and travels of an

LeMercier,Francois Relationdeceqvi

       Indian (1791), 210

       s'est passe (1655), 77

Lorimer, John History of islands & islets

Le Beau, Claude Avantures du Sr. C. Le

       (1876) 211

       Beau (1738), 70

Louis Riel: martyr du Nord-ouest

Le Jeune, Paul.

       (1885), 391

       Relation de ce qui s'est passe (1637),

Louisbourg from its foundation to its

              74

       fall, 82

       Relation de ce qui s'est passe (1638),

Lower Canada register, 228, 229

              75

Lower Canada. Lieutenant-Governor.

       Relation de ce qui s'est passe' (1640),

       Proclamation [ca. [1800?], 502

              76

Lower Canada. Provincial statute of

LeClerc, Nazaire Al. Catechisme

Lower-Canada (1795), 500

       d'agriculture (1868), 543

Lower Canada. Legislature.

Lees, James. B.C. 1887 (1888), 390

       Minutes of evidence (1829), 212

Legge, Charles. Glance at the Victoria

       Standing rules ( 1823), 213

       Bridge (1806), 207

Lower Canada. Executive Council.

Lescarbot, Marc.

       Extract from the minutes (1798),

       Histoire de la nouvelle France ( 1618),

              501

              78

Lumsden, James American memoranda

       Muses de la novuelle France (1609),

       (1844), 214

              79

Lyon, George.

       Muses de la nouvelle France (1618),

       Brief narrative of an unsuccessful

              80

              (1825), 305

Letter addressed to two great men, 156

       Private journal of Captain G. F. Lyon

Letter to the people o f England (1760 ),

              (1824), 306

       208

 

Letter from the Methodist Missionary

 

       Society, 407

McCoy, James.

Letter to Her Majesty the British Queen,

       Canadiana and French Americana

       268

              (1931), 571

Letter from William Shirley Esq., 259,

       Jesuit relations of Canada ( 1937),

       260

              572

Letter to the Earl of Liverpool from the

Mc.Donald, Archibald. Peace River: a

       Earl of Selkirk, 436

       canoe voyage (1872), 392

Letters of Veritas, 520

MacDonald, Peter. Letters from the

Letters from Van Dieman's Land, 289

       Canadian west [1903], 393

Letters from the Marquis de Montcalm,

MacDonell, Alexander. Narrative of

       81

       transactions (1819), 394

Letters from the Reverend Egerton

McDougall, John. Forest, lake, and

       Ryerson, 255

       prairie (1895), 395

Letters written during the late voyage of

Macdougall�s guide, practical handbook,

       discovery (1821), 304

       397

Letters from the Canadian west, 393

Macdougall�s guide to Manitoba

Letters from Canada, 171

       (1880), 396

Lettre adress� aux habitans ( 1774),

Macdougall�s illustrated guide, gazetteer

       498

       (1882), 397

Lettre de M. L'Eveque de Leon, 479

McGibbon, Robert Davidson, 145

Lettres de Monsieur le marquis de

McKay, Donald

       Montcalm (1777), 81

       Flying post ( 1833-4), 398

Lettres patentes du roisur la liquidation,

       Packing acat. of furs (1835), 399

       41

McKeevor, Thomas Voyage to

Lettres de la venerable mere Marie, 83

       Hudson's Bay (1819), 307

Lhomond, C. F. De viris illustribus

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander Voyages

       (1809), 499

       from Montreal (1801), 400

   

357

 

Narrative of a voyage to Hudson's Bay,

On the prairie section of the Grand

       298

       Trunk Pacific (1909),410

Narrative of the Arctic land expedition,

On emigration and the state of the

       296

       highlands 437

Narratives of John Pritchard, 417

Order for morning and evening prayer,

Natural and civil history of the French

       480

       dominions, 197

Ordinances of the province of Quebec,

Nehiro-iriniai aiamibe

       512

       massinahigan, 496, 497

Ordonnance du roy portant deffenses,

Nettle, Richard. Salmon fisheries of the

       52

       St. Lawrence (1857), 236

Ordonnances de la province de Quebec,

Nettle, George. Practical guide for

       512

       emigrants (1850), 235

Oregon Territory, 409

Neuvaine a l'honneur de St. Francois

Other side of the "Story", 386

       (1816), 506

Our volunteers in the North-west, 350

Neuvaine a l'honneur de S. Francois

Overland journey round the world, 441

       (1772), 505

Overland route through British North

New route from Europe to the 2ntenor

       America, 458

       (1881), 408

 

New voyages to North-America, 65

 

Nicolay, Charles. Oregon territory

Packing acat. of� furs, 399

       (1346), 409

Palliser John

Noble lads of Canada [ca. 1812], 237

       Exploration-British North America.

North west diffficulty, 450

              Further (1860), 411

North Georgia Gazette and Winter

       Exploration-British North America.

       Chronicle (1821), 310

              Journals (1863), 412

North, Frederick North, baron, 164

       Exploration-British North America.

North-west of Canada, 379

              Papers (1859), 413

North-west Territory, 377

       Solitary rambles and adventures

Notes historiques sur la Die de P. E. de

              (1853), 414

       Radisson, 419

Pambrun, Pierre Chrysologue, 417

Notes sur les registres de Notre-Dame,

Papers relative to the exploration by

       35

       Captain Palliser, 413

Notes of the flood at the Red River, 322

Papers relating to the Red River

Notes d'un condamne politique, 96

       settlement, 366

Notes of a twenty-five years service, 401

Papers and letters on agriculture

Notre-Dame de Montreal. Premier

       (1790), 509

       registre de l'eglise (1961 ), 87

Papiers et lettres sur l'agriculture, 509

Nouveau recueil de romances, 19

Papineau, Louis.       

Nouveau voyage d'un pais plus grand,

       Discours de l�Hon. Louis Joseph

       55

              Papineau (1868), 89

Nouveau recuei1 de cantiques, 487

       Speech of Louis J. Papineau on the

Nouveaux voyages de Mr le baron de

              hustings ( 1827), 90

       Lahontan, 66, 67

Paroisse histoire de l�eglise Notre-Dame,

Nouvel alphabet pour les commencans

       85

       (1830), 88

Parry, Sir William.

Nouvel alphabet en francois (1797),

       Journal of a second voyage (1824),

Nouvelle decouverte d'un tres grand

       Journal of a third voyage (1826),

       pays, 56

              312

Nouvelle relation de la Gaspesie, 71, 72

       Journal of a voyage (1821), 313

 

       Narrative of an attempt to reach

 

              (1828) 314

Observations on the usury laws, 258

       Supplement to the appendix ( 1824),

Observations on the present state of the

              315

       highlands, 437

Peace River, 392

Ocean to ocean, 365

Peel, Bruce.

Offfice de la semaine sainte, 475

Bibliography of the Prairie Provinces

Offficium in honorem, 476

       [1954], 573

Ogden, John. Tour through Upper and

       Bibliography of the Prairie Provinces

       Lower Canada (1799), 238

              Supplement ( 1963), 574

 An Old Inhabitant, 99

Pelerinage du Mont Saint-Hilaire

Old settlements of Lake St. Louis, 45       

       (1841), 91

   

359

 

Perrault, Joseph Dictionnaire portatif

Prud'homme, Louis. Notes historiques

       et abreg� (1806), 510, 473

       sur la vie [1891?], 419

Personal narrative of travels, 149

Pye, Thomas. Canadian scenery ( 1866),

Petit livre de vie, 472

       244

Petitclair, Pierre. Criphon (1837), 92

 

Petition contre l'union [1840],� 93

Quebec Guide (1844), 245

Picture of Quebec and its vicinity, 129

Quebec Magazine (1792), 516

Pidansat de Mairobert, Mathieu.

Quebec Gazette (1799), 515

Discussion sommaire (1755), 94

Quebec and its environs, 245

Pike, Warburton. Through the subarctic

Quebec Directory for 1822, 168

       forest ( 1896), 415

Quebec (Province). Legislature.

Pilot and Journal of Commerce (1848),

       Extract of the proceedings (1790),

       240

              513

Pilot (1850), 239

       Report af a committee (1790), 514

Pioneers of the Eastern Townships, 148

Quebec (Province). Laws, etc.

Pioneers: a tale of the western

       Ordinances of the province of Quebec

       wilderness, 326

              (1790), 512

Pitt, William. Address to the great man

Quebec (Quebec). City Council.

       (1758) 241

       Extrait des proces-verbaux [1908], 544

Plan of a code of laws for the Province of

       Queen vs. Louis Riel, 426

       Quebec, 218

       Quelques r�flexions sur la derni�re

Plessis, Joseph. Discours a l'occasion

              �lection, 8

       [1799], 511

Quen, Jean de. Relation de ce qui s'est

Poesies religieuses et politiques, 425

       passe ( 1657), 97

Ponteach, 253

Quesnel, Joseph. Colas et Colinette

Portlock Sathaniel Voyage round the

       (1808), 517

       world (1789) 416

Question Riel [1886],420

Pouchot, Pierre. M�moires sur la

 

       Derniere guerre (1781), 95

 

Practical guide for emigrants to North

R. T. S. library, 117

       America, 235

Radchff, Thomas, 216

Prairie lands of Canada, 445, 446

Ragueneau, Paul; Relation de ce qui

Precis of the wars in Canada, 266

Raimbault, J., 532

Precis ou abreg� d�un acte, 471

Ranconnet, de. Vie de la venerable soeur

Precis touchant la colonie du Lord

       (1818), 518

       Selkirk, 368

Range men 385

Preliminary investigation and trial, 353

Rapport du commit�' du conseil, 514

Premier registre de l'Eglise Notre-Dame,

Rapport sur les missions du diocese de

       8

       Qu�bec, 13

Premier etablissement de la foy dans la

Rattray, Alexander. Vancouver Island

       Nouvelle France, 73

and British Columbia (1862), 421

Present state of Hudson's Bay, 454

R�bellion du Nord-ouest [1887], 422

Present state of the Canadas (1833),

Recit d'aventures dans le Nord-ouest,

       242

       327

Prieur, Francois. Notes d'un condemn�'

Recollections of scenes and small

       politique (1884), 96

       adventures, 180

Prince Edward Island Calendar (1838),

Recollections of a visit to Canada, 130

       243

Recueil de voyages de Mr Thevenot,

Prince, Thomas, 293

       106, 107

Principes de la langue des sauvages, 330

Red River, 373

Pritchard, John. Narratives of John

Red River settlement: its rise, 431

       Pritchard (1819), 417

Red River country, Hudson's Bay, 432,

Private journal of Captain G. P. Lyon,

       433

       306

Rede, Leman. Bibliotheca Americana or

Proclamation declaring when the Act of

       a chronological (1789), 575

       the 31st Geo. III, 502

Redeemed captive returning to Zion,

Proclamation qui declare le temps ou

       293

       L�Acte de la 31me., 502

R�glement de la Confrerie de

Province du Manitoba et Territoire du

       l�Adoratian, 482

       Nord-ouest (1878), 418

Regles et reglements de police, 521

Province of British Columbia, 435

Regles et reglements parmanents de la

Provincial statute of Lower-Canada, 500

       Chambre, 213

   

360

 

Regles, règlemens, ordres et

Revue parlementaire de 1875, 141

       ordonnances, 27

Richardson, .John. Letters of Veritas

Reinhard, Charles de. Report at large of

       ( 1815), 520

       the trial (1819),423

Richardson,John. War of 1812 (1842),

Relation d'un voyage a Manitoba, 439

       248

Relation de ce qui s'est pass� . . . en

Richardson, Robert. Report of the visit

       ann�es 1653. & 1654, 77

       of� the British (1884), 424

Relation du voyage du Port Royal de

Richardson, Sir John. Arctic searching

       l'Acadie, 32

       expedition (1851), 316

Relation de ce qui s'est passe . . . en

Riel, Louis.

       l'ann�e 1638, 75

       Poesies religieuses et politiques

Relation de ce qui s'est pass� . . . �s

              (1886), 425

       ann�es 1662 & 1663, 68

       Queen vs. Louis Riel (1886), 426

Relation de ce qui s'est pass頠���� les.

Riel Rebellion 1885 [1885], 427

       ann�es 1670. & 1671, 30

Riot and outrage of� 9th June (1853),

Relation de ce qui s'est pass� . .. Les

       249���������

       ann�es 1670. & 1671, 29

Robertson, John Ross, 263

Relation de ce qui s'est pass� . . . es

Robson, Joseph. Account of six years

       ann�es 1640. et 1641, 112

       residence (1752), 428

Relation de ce qui s'est pass�. . . en

Rogers Robert

       l'ann�e 1639, 76

       Concise account (1765), 250

Relation de ce qui s'est pass�. . . en

       Journals of Major Robert Rogers

       l'ann�e 1647, 69

              (1765), 251

Relation de ce qui s'est pass�. . . en

       Journals of Major Robert Rogers

       l'ann�e 1636,� 74

              (1769), 252

Relation de ce qui s'est pass� . . . �s

       Ponteach or the savages of America

       ann�es 1655. & 1656, 97

              (1766), 253

Relation d'un voyage a la cote du       

Ross, Alexander.

       Nord-ouest, 359

       Adventures of the first settlers (1849),

Relation de ce qui s'est passe . . . �s

              429

       ann�es 1648 & 1649, 98

       Fur hunters of the far west (1855),

Relations des Jesuits (1858), 562

              430

Remarks on the Earl of Selkirk's

Red River settlement (1856), 431

       observations, 335

Ross, Sir James Clark, 312, 314

Reminiscences of Quebec, 99

Ross, Sir John.

Renfrew, G. R. & Co. (Quebec), 271

       Appendix to the narrative of a second

Reply to the remarks of Arthur Dobbs,

              (1835), 317

       308

       Narrative of a second voyage in search

Report of� the visit of� the British

              (1835), 318

       Association, 424

Roughing it on the line, 356

Report on the affairs of British North

Rouso d'Eres, Charles. Memoirs of

       America, 158

       Charles Dennis Ruscoe (1800),

Report from the select committee . . . on

              254

       the state of the province, 284

Rousseau, Edmond. Petit manuel du

Report of the commissioners for

       cultivateur (1890), 545

       exploring the Saguenay (1829),

Roy, Pierre. Ville de Qu�bec (1930),

       246

       101

Report of the state trials ( [839), 100

Rules and regulations of police (1810),

Report upon the suppression of the

       521

       rebellion, 338

Russell, Alexander.

Report at large of the trial, 423

       Red River Country, Hudson's Bay

Report of� the special committee (1829),

              (1869),432

       247

       Red River Country, Hudson's Bay

Report of Major General Laurie, 389

              (1870), 433

Report of a committee of the council,

Ryerson, John. Hudson's Bay (1855),

       514

       434

Report of the proceedings connected

Ryerson, Egerton. Letters. to the

       with the disputes (1819), 519

       Hon. and Reverend Doctor

Report on the Phillipsburg Furnham &

              Strachan ( 1828), 255

       Yamaska Railway, 163

 

Re ports on the North-west territory, 377

Sabine, Sir Edward, 310, 315

Retrospect of thirty-six years'� residence,

Sagard, Gabriel. Grand voyage du pays

       341

       des hurons (1632), 102

   

361

 

Sutherland, Thomas. Letter to Her

Toronto Public Library.

       Majesty (1841), 268

       Bibliography of Canadiana (1934),

Swammerdan, Jan, 106

              576

Swan, James. British Columbia (1884),

       Bibliography of Canadiana, first

       448

              supplement (1959), 577

Synopsis on the Hudson's Bay railways,

Tour through Upper and Lower

       325���

              Canada, 238
  'Tour to Quebec, 262

Tach�, Alexandre.

Tourist's guide to this wonder o/ nature,

       Denominational or free Christian

       150

              schools (1877), 449

Traill, Catherine. Backwoods of Canada

       North-west difficulty (1874), 450

       ( 1846), 280

       Sketch of the North-west of America

Traite de la police, 486

              (1870), 45l

Trait� de la loi des fiefs,485

Talbot, Edward. Five years' residence in

Trait� abreg� des ancienes loix, 484

       the Canadas (1824), 269

Trait� des ancienes loix de propri�t�,

Tanner, John. Narrative of the captivity

       484

       and adventures (1830), 270

Traits of American-lndian life (1853),

Taylor, John, 293

       281

Temoin, oculaire, 59

Traitte de paix entre les couronnes, 44

Ten days in Quebec (1894), 271

Travels through the Canadas, 182

Ten days in Quebec [1894?], 271

Travels through the interior parts, 140

Testimonials and memorials of the

Travels in North America, 25, 136

       service (1848), 272

Travels through British Columbia, 342

Theller, Edward. Canada in 1837-38

Travels through Canada and the United

       (1841), 273

       States, 205

These sur les mariages clandestins, 3

Travels into North America, 200

Theses de math�matique qui seront

Travels through the states, 291

       soutenues (1775), 531

Travels and adventures in Canada, 179

Theses de math�matique [1796], 532

Travels in Canada and through the

Theses de math�matique et de physique

       states, 204

       [1792], 529; [1790] 530

Travels in the interior inhabited parts,

Th�venot, Melchisedech.

       136

       Recueil de voyages ( 1681), 106

Treaty of peace, good correspondence

       Recueil de voyages [1682], 107

       neutrality, 174

Thomas, Cyrus

Tremaine, Marie. Bibliography of

       Contributions to the history (1866),

       Canadian imprints (1952), 578

              274

Trial of David McLane, 503

       History of the counties (1896), 275

Trial of Dr.Morrison,232

Thomson, Hugh. Manual of parlia-

Trial of Charles de Reinhard, 423

       mentary practice (1828), 276

Trifles from my port-folio, 180

Thomson, William. Memoirs of the life

Trip to Manitoba, 356, 452

       and gallant (1791), 277

Trip to the far west of British Columbia,

Three months among the moose (1881),

       337

        278

Trip to Canada and the far North-west,

Three years' hunting and trapping, 453

       352

Through the subarctic forest, 415

Trow, James. Trip to Manitoba (1875),

To the Rocky Mountains, 344

       452

Tolfrey, Frederic. Sportsman in Canada

Tully, Kivas. Toronto and Georgian

       (1845), 279

       Bay (1857), 282

Tonti, Henri.

Turner-Turner, J. Three year�s hunting

       Dernieres decouvertes dans

       and trapping (1888), 453

              l'Amerique (1697), 108

Twenty-seven years in Canada West,

       Relation of Henri de Tonty, (1898),

       447

              564

Two months in the camp of Big Bear,

Topographical and statistical

       364

       description, 126

 

Topographical description of the

 

       province, 127

Umfreville, Edward. Present state of

Topographical dictionary of the

       Hudson'sBay (1790), 454

       province, 126

United Church of England and Ireland.

Toronto and Georgian Bay Ship Canal,

       Charge (1803), 533, 504

       282

University of Toronto studies, 146

   

363

 

Upper Canada Christian Almanac (1834), 286

Voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, 455

Upper Canada Ready Reckoner, 215

Voyages et descouvertures� faites en la

Upper Canada Almanac [1827?], 285

       Nouvelle France, 18

Upper Canada. Legislature. Report

Voyages in to the Arctic regions, 297

       from the select committee [1838],

Voyages du R. P. Emanuel Crespel, 28

       284

Voyages made in the years 1788 and

Upper Canada. Legislature. Message

       1789, 405

       from Legislative Council [1835],

Voyages from Montreal through the

 

       continent, 400

UpperCanada.

Voyages du sieur de Champlain, 17

       Act for regulating . . . public houses

Voyages and travels of an Indian

              (1794), 534

       interpreter 210

       Act to lay . . . a duty upon stills

Voyages dans l'Amerique septentrionale,

              (1794), 535

       23

Urquhart, W. T.. Manufactures of

Voyages from Montreal, on the River

       Montreal (1869), 287

       St. Laurence, 400

 

Voyages de M. Le marquis de Chastellux,

Van Rensselaer, Solomon Narrative of

       23

       the affair (1836), 288

Voyage de la Nouvelle France, 16

 Vancouver Island and British Columbia,

 

              421

Waddington, Alfred. Overland route

Vancouver,George. Voyage of discovery

       (1868), 458

       to the North (1798), 455

Wagner, Henry. Plains and the Rockies

Vancouver, John, 455

       (1953), 579

Vengeance d'un valet, 92

Wait, Benjamin. Letters from Van

Vetritable Riel,456

       Dieman's Land (l843), 289

Vie de la Venerable mere Marie de

Walker, Sir Hovenden. Journal or full

       l�Incarnation, 84

       account of� the late ( 1720), 290

Vie de la venerable soeur Marguerite,

Wanderings of an artist among the

       518

       Indians, 384

Vie de la mere Marie de l�Incarnation

War of 1812: first series 248

       22

Watson, Richard. Extrait d'un discours

Vieux Lachine et le massacre, 48

       (1795), 537

Viger, Denis.

Weld, Isaac. Travels through the States

       Analyse d'un entretien (1826), 109

       (1799), 291

       Considerations sur les effets (1809),

Wells, William. Canadiana (1837), 292

              536

West, John. Substance of a journal

        Divers documens [1835] 110

       (1824), 459

       Documents and communications

Western Canada: Manitoba, Assiniboia

              [1835?], 111

       [l894?], 46l

Ville de Qu�bec sous le r�gime fran�ais,       

Western Canada Loan and Savings

       101

       Campany (1878) 462

Ville-Marie, 256

Western Canada: Manitoba and the

Vimont, Barthelemy. Relation de ce qui

       Northwest Territories (1899), 460

       s'est passe� (1642), 112

Wilcocke, Samuel. Narrative of

Vindication of the conduct, 309

       occurrences (1817), 463

Visit to Niagara, 224

Williams, Stephen, 293

Visit to the falls of Niagara, 224

Williams, John. Redeemed captive

Voiages du R. P. Emmanuel Crespel, 26

       returning to Zion (1802) 293

Voorhis, Ernest. Historic forts and

Willis, Nathaniel. Canadian scenery

trading posts (1930), 457

       (1842), 294

Voyage au Nouveau-monde, et histoire

Winter studies and summer rambles, 194

       interessante, 27

Word to the wise ( 1827), 295

Voyage fait par ordre du roi, 15

Work� of a few years among the Indians

Voyage to Hudson's-Bay by the Dobbs

       ( 1893), 464

       Galley and Calif ornia, 300

Worlds guide f or home, health and

Voyage round the world 416

       pleasure seekers, 342

Voyage of His Majesty's Ship

Wreck of the transport Premier, 147

       Rosamond, 142

 

Voyage to Hudson's Bay, during the

Year in Manitoba, 362

       summer of 1812, 307

Yukon via Prince Albert, 381

   

364

 

Subject Index

Subject Index

This index is compiled from key words in the titles. The spelling has been modernized. Archaic names have been identified (in parentheses ) or a possible identification suggested. Where French and English names and words appear in the same entry, the English is listed first.

Abnaki, histoire des, 2

        Island Calendar, 243; Upper

Acadia, l'Acadie, cotes de, voyage, 15;

        Canada Almanac and Provincial

        Fran�ais y �tablis, 32; limites

        Calendar, 285; the Upper Canada

        anciennes de, 94; voyage du Port

        Christian Almanac, 286

        Royal de, 32

Americans, the, Amiricains, les, assault

    Acadiens, et Fran�ais, combat contre

        de Québec par, 14

        les Anglais, 32; officiers, secours

Amicus, letters, under signature of, 363

        aux, 36

Amnesty, question, Bishop Tache, 450.

Adventures, angler, Canada, Nova

        See also Rebellion

        Scotia, United States, 206; Canada,

Animials, America, 53, 54; Lake

        167, 179; Camp of Big Bear, 364;

        Superior, 320; North America, 197;

        Columbia River, 343, 429; hunter,

        South America, 197; ANIMAUX,

        prairies, 414; military service, 180;

        Amérique Septentrionale, 31;

        Oregon Mountains, 430; Rocky

        aquatiques, Canada, 102; terrestres,

        Moumtains, 430; AVENTURES,

        Canada, 102.

        Nord-ouest, 327; parmi les

    Birds, 254; Oiseaux, 102

        sauvages, 70

    Fishes, 254

Agriculture, North America, 136, 200;

        Cod, Morue, 31; Salmon, 236

        papers and letters, 509; Upper and

    Insects, 254

        Lower Canada, 136, 238, 242;

    Quadrupeds, 254

        FARMING, Canadian Northwest,

    Beaver, Castor, dissertation sur, 32

        354; Western Canada, 461;

    Moose, three months among, 278

        RANCHING, Canadian Northwest,

    Reptiles, 254

        354; Western Canada, 461;

    Seal, fisheries, Hudson's Bay, 428

        AGRICOLE, Journal, La Minerve,

    Whale, fisheries, Hudson's Bay, 428.

        226; CULTIVENT DES TERRES,

        See also Agriculture; Hunting;

        Hurons, 102

        Fishing; Fur Trade; Sports;

    Farmers, Canadian, papers and letters

        Trapping

        recommended to, 509; information,

Archaeology, Canadian, essay, 202

        Western Canada, 460

Archives, ancient French, 466

    Ranchers, information, Western

Arctic, history of voyages into, 297; land

        Canada, 460

        expedition, 296; regions, residence

Aix la Chapelle, treaty (1748), 172

        in, 317, 318; Sea, voyage through

Alberta, how to make a home, 461;

        Rupert's Land and, 316; voyage to

        Indians of 385, information,    

        Baffin's Bay, Lancaster Sound, 302;

        farmers, ranchers, 460; Trans-

        Western, voyage in, 304

        continental Railway, lands along,

    Frozen Ocean, voyages to, 400

        410; ranchers of, 385

    North Georgia, Gazette and Winter

Algonquin, language, 210; dictionary, 65

        Chronicle, 310

Alline, Henry, tenents and sentiments,

    North Pole, attempt to reach, 314

        522

    Northern Ocean, journey to, 303

Almanac, Montreal Almanack or Lower

    Polar Sea, narrative of journey to, 301

        Canada Register, 228, 229 ; A

    Repulse Bay, attempt to reach, 305.

        Christian Warned, the People's

        See also Fur Trade; Hudson's Bay

        Almanac, 143; Prince Edward

        Region; Northwest Passage

   

365

 

Artist, among the Indians, 384

        Great Britain, Parliament; Great

    Bartlett, W. H., 294.

        Britain, Sovereign

        See also Illustration

Burgoyne, John, Lt. Gen., expedition

Assiniboia, information, farmers,

        from canada, 134

        ranchers, 460; how to make a home,

Burke, Edmund, 164

        461

 

Assiniboine River, exploring expedition,

 

        376, 377

Cabot, John, voyages, lecture, 187

Astor, John Jacob, see Pacific Fur

Callieres, Chevalier de, gouvernement

        Company

        de, 2

Atlantic Ocean, journey from, to Pacific,

Canada, 133; acquisition of, Great

        365, and Pacific, communication

        Britain, 165; adventures in, 167,

        between, 455; MER, du Ponant,

        179; angler in, 206; backwoods of,

        capitaine pour le roi en, 18;

        280; British Columbia, 435; British    

        MARINE, du Ponant, capitaine pour

        Northwest, sketches, 340;

        le roi en, 16

        catechisme de l'histoire du, 5;

 

        colonie fran�aise en, 34; colonie du,

Banking, Upper and Lower Canada,

        483, 484, 485, 486; Congregation

        242

        Notre-Dame en, 518; dettes du, 37;

Bartlett, W. H., drawings by, 294

        conservation des �tablissemens du,

Bay of Fundy, islands and islets of, 211

        536; electors of, 151; expedition

Beaver, Castor, dissertation sur, 32

        through, 365; expedition (military)

Bengal, voyage from, America, 405

        to, 134, 290; ginseng en, 63;

Bering, canoe joumey to, 415

        Governor General of, speech, 323;

Biography, Simcoe, Elizabeth, 263;

        Gouverneur-g�n�ral en, lettres, 81;

        BIOGRAPHY, Sagamos illustres, 4;

        Grand Trunk Railway of, 231;

        LIFE, Birchall, R., 122; Cook,

        guide, emigrants, 183; hand-book,    

        Captain J., 387; Delaney, T., 364;

        emigrants, 137; history of, 181, 524;

        Gowanlock, T., 364; Papineau,

        in 1837-38 273; Indian nations of,

        L. J., 11; VIE, Radisson, P. E., 419

        144; Indians, life among, 402;

Birchall, Reginald, life, trial, imprison-

        Indians of, work among, 461;

        ment, 122

        information, emigrants, 333;

Bosquet, Henry, expedition, Ohio

        invasions of, 209; lads (soldiers) of,

        Indians, 442

        237; letters, state of, 171; lettres

Boston Charter Act, dialogue

        aux habitans du, 498; mandate of

        concerning, 222

        bishop of 203; memoires, native of,

Boundaries, British, 412; LIMITES

        254; military operations in, 120;

        Acadie, anciennes, 94. See also

        northwest of, 379; Northwest,

        Frontiers

        amnesty question, 450; Nord-ouest

Bourgeois les, Compagnie du Nord-

        du, 418; on the Pacific, 378; prairie

        Ouest, 404

        lands of, 445; 446; rambles

Bourgeois, Marguerite, vie, 518

        through, 193, 194; records

Breda, trait� ( 1667), 44

        (French) of, 466; relation of

British Association, visit to Canadian

        (adjacent) territories to, 432, 433;

        Northwest, 424

        sous la domination fran�aise, 7;

British Columbia, 429; guide, 342;

        sportsman in, 279; Supreme Court

        Indian tribes, 378; Indian troubles,

        of case, 145; trip to, 352; travels in,

        407; information, emigrants, 333;

        149, 179, 204, 205; visit to, 130;

        information, settlers, 435;

        voyage�s, 16, 21, 26, 28; wander-

        possibilities, 332; ramble in, 390;

        ings in, 384; wars in, 266; western,

        resources, 332; sketch of, 421; trip

        460; western, frontier life, 395;

        to, 337

        Western Loan and Savings Co.,

    Queen Charlotte Islands, lecture, 448

        462; wilds of, 278. See also

    Vancouver Island, artist among

        Canada (other entries), Canadas,

        Indians of, 384; Hudson's Bay

        the; Lower Canada; Ontario;

        Company, 355, 403; sketch of, 421

        Quebec (province); Upper

    Victoria, rambles between, and

        Canada

        Winnipeg, 336; Transcontinental

Canada, Dominion of, guide book,

        Canadien, de Montreal a, 328.

        settlers, 154; Manitoba and North�

        See also West, the Canadian;

        west Territories, immigrants, 349,

        Westem Coast

        443, 444; the Eastern Townships,

British government, memorial to, Red

        for intending emigrants, 155;

        River, 406. See also English, the;

        western coast of, 378; PUISSANCE

   

366

 

Dawson, S. J., Report of Red River

    Petit S�minaire de Qu�bec, g�o-

        Country, 432, 433

        graphie a 1'usage, 492

Delaney, Theresa, adventures, camp of

        Physique, theses, 529, 530

        Big Bear, 364

    Schools, Arithmetical table for use in,

Denmark, commerce, court of 65

        215; denominational, Manitoba,

Denonville, Jacques Ren� de Brisay

        449; ECOLEShistoire a l'usage des,

        Marquis de, Nouvelle France sous,

        5; Manitoba, documens, 348

        2

        Pupils, l��coliers, g�ographie a

Dent, J. C., "The Story of the Upper

                l'usage des, 492

        Canadian Rebellion," reviews of

    Science, appendix relating to, 301

        386

    S�minaire de Qu�bec, theses qui

Discovery, Canada, history from, 524;

        seront soutenues au, 529, 530, 531,

        copper mines, 303; North America,

        532

        history, 9; Oregon Territory, 409;

        Students, �tudians, en physiques,

        vast country in America, 53, 54;

            529, 530, 531, 532

        voyage of Western Arctic Sea, 304;

    Soci�t� Litt�raire de Qu�bec, s�ance

        voyage of, under Parry, 306, 311,

        de, 525

        312, 313, 315; voyage of, under

    Upper Canada Ready Reckorer, 215

        Vancouver, 455; DISCOVERING,    

Elections, Montr�al, quartier-ouest, 8;

        voyage for, Northwest Passage, 309;

        Quebec (province), locales, 141

        DECOUVERTESde Champlain, 16,

    Electors of Canada, (to) partition of

        17, 18; de La Salle, 73, 108; par les

        funds, King's College, 151

        Fran�ais, Indes Occidentales,

Emigrants/Immigrants, British Colum�-

        Nouvelle France, 78; Terre-Neuve,

        bia, 333; British shores, from, 183;

        50; Tr�s grand pays, Am�rique, 56

        Eastern Townships, 155; guide,

Dixon, Captain George,voyage of, 416

        160, 235; hints, 117; hand-book,

Dobbs, Arthur, objections of, 309;

        137, 397; information, 321; letters

        remarks of, 308. See also North-

        from, 280; Manitoba and the

        west Passage

        Northwest Territory, 349, 396, 397,

Durham, John George, Earl of, Report,

        418, 443, 444; New Brunswick,

        British North America, 158

        guide, 118; North America, 235;

Duty, upon stills, Upper Canada, 535

        prairie lands, 445, 446; Upper and

 

        Lower Canada, 186, 242. See also

East, the, overland route to, 458

        Colonies; Emigration; Inhabitants;

Eastern Townships, history, 148; infor-

        Settlements; Settlers

        mation, emigrants, 155; scenery,

Emigration, British North America, 126,

        189

        146; causes and consequences,

    Bolton, Brome, Dunham, Potton, St.

        Scotland, 334, 335, 363, 437.

        Armand, Sutton, history, 274

        See also Colonies; Inhabitants;

Education, Canada, 536; LEARNING,

        Settlements; Settlers

        English, the, 238; French, the, 238;

England, church, see Church o� Eng�

        Lower Canada, 238; Quebec,

        land; confederates of, North

        promoting,514;UpperCanada,238

        America, 65; letter to people of,    

    Alphabet, Nouvel (text), en fran�ais,

        208; negotiation, with France, 24;

        508; pour les commen�ants, 88

        Privy Council of 426; ANGLETERRE,    

    Agriculture, see Agriculture

        couronne de, 44; eccl�siastiques

    Archaeology, Canadian, essay, 202

        fran�ais r�fugi�s en, 479; guerre,

    Arithm�tique (text), 469

        France, 95. See also English, the;

    Canadian Institute, Institut Cana-

        Great Britain

        dien, Annuaire, 58

English, the, attempts to dispossess

    College, King�s, partrition of funds,

        French, 65; commerce with nations

        151

        (Indians) 65; settlements, 238;

    Congregation Notre-Dame, 518

        ANGLAIS, LEScombat contre, 32;

        Fondatrice, Margueritte Bourgeois, 518

        commerce avec nations (sauvages),

    Institution, Marguerite Bourgeois,

        66, 67; Iroquois, interets avec, 2;

        518

        victoires sur, 73

     G�ographie (text) 492

    Language, names of furs in, 210.

    Histoire (text), du Canada, 5

        See also Colonies; England; Great

    Math�matique, theses, 529, 530, 531,

        Britain; Inhabitants

        532

Esquimaux, customs, dress, language,

    Mechanics' Institution, York, address,

        manners, 307; d�fense de traiter

        157

        armes, 42; tongue, words, 210

   

369

 
   

Europe, pays plus grand que, 55; to

    Roi (Louis XIV), �dit, Compagnie

        America, route, 408; EUROPA,

        des Indes Occidentales, 39; �dit,

        landen veel grooter als, 51

        nobles, commerce de mer, 40

Expedition, Arctic, search for Franklin,

    Roi (Louis XV), arrest du conseil

        316; Astor, 429; Fort William, 463;

        d'�tat du, payment des reconnois-

        Great Fish River, Arctic shores,

        sances, 38; arrest du conseil d'�tat

        296; Northwest Territory, 377;

        du, dettes du Canada, 37; lettres

        Ocean to Ocean, Fleming, 365;

        patentes, papiers du Canada, 41;

        Palliser, 411; Red River, Assini-

        ordonnance, bastimens qui vont

        boine, Saskatchewan 376.

        faire la peche, 42; voyage par order

        See also Arctic, Discovery Frank-

        du, Charlevoix, 20

        lin, Sir John Military Action

    Roi (Louis XVI), captivité, 481;

        Northwest Passage, Saguenay

        d�claration du, Caisse des Amotis-

        Voyage

        semens, 43; �dits etc. du, 485

 

        Treaty of Peace, Traite de Paix,

 

                see Peace.

 

            See also France; French, the; Law

Farming, see Agriculture

��������� ����������������
Franklin, Sir John, expedition in search

Fenian Raid, 161

        of, 316; friends of, search for, 302

Fire, Montreal, relief for sufferers, 233,

Freedom, British, 131

        234

Freemasonry, Manitoba, history, 382

Fishing, Peche la, bastimens (fran�ais)

 

        qui vont faire, 42; Hurons, 102; morues, des, 2

French, the attempts to disposses

    Angler, Canada, Nova Scotia, United

        Indians, 198, 199, 293; conduct of,

        States, 206

        nations (Indians), 65; dominions,

    Banks of Newfoundland, 115

        North and South America, 197;

    Fisheries, Hudson�s Bay, whale and

    

        seal, 428; Newfoundland, Labra-

        intrigues, Indian Nations, 144;

        dor, 115; St. Lawrence River and

        settlements of, 238; FRANCAIS, LES,

        tributaries, salmon, 236

        commerce avec nations (sauvages),

    Grand Banc, le, 31

        66, 67; conduite des, Nouvelle        

    Morue, peche des,31

        Ecosse, 196, navigations,d�cou-

    Salmon, 236

        vertes, etc., faites par, 78;

Fleming, Sanford, expedition, Atlantic

        occupations des, Nouvelle France,

        to Pacific, 365

        32; ACADIENS, see Acadie, Cana-

Fleuve Colbert, 73, see Mississippi River

        diens, les, a mes compatriotes, 470;

Flood, Red River, 322

        officiers, secours aux, 36

Forest, subarctic, 415; WOODS, Canada,

French (language), names of furs in,

        guide, 183. See also Wilderness

        210; FRAN�AIS (LANGUE), alphabet

Forts, French and English, 457; Nelson,

        en, 508

        2; Prince of Wales, 303; William,

French Regime, forts and trading

        463; Wrangle, 415. See also

        posts of 457; REGIME FRAN�AISE,

        Halifax; Louisbourg; North West

        ville de Qu�bec sous, 101;

        Company

        DOMINATION FRAN�AISECanada

Fox, Charles James, 164

        sous, 7

France, Canada under government of,

French settlements, Upper and Lower

        466; guerre avec, Angleterre, 66,

        Canada, 238.

        67, 95; invasion of 180; loi, secours

        See also France; France, Sovereign;

        aux officiers acadiens et canadiens,

        Inhabitants

        36; negotiations, England, 24

Frontenac, Louis de Buade, Comte de,

    Paris, coutume de, ancienes loix

        Nouvelle France sous, 2

        tir�es de, 484, 485; treaty ( 1763),

Frontiers, Detroit and Niagara, events,

        173

        225; miners on the, 361; United

        Temple, captivit� de Louis XVI,

        States, 411, 413. See also

            481.

        Boundaries

        See also France, Sovereign; French,

Fur Trade, 319, 400, 438, 451, 454; 

        the

        British, 438, 457; COMMERCE IN

France, Sovereign

        FURS, 428; TRAFFIC IN FURS,

    King ( Louis XV), voyage by order of,

        French, 299

        Charlevoix, 21

    Posts, St. Lawrence River, 210

    Majest� Tr�s Cr�tienne (Louis XV),

    Trade Language, Chinook, 345

        extraits des �dits, etc., 483, 485

        Interpreter, 210

   

370

 
 

    Traders, 210, 214, 372; Fur, 281

        Quebec and Boston Charter, 222;

    Trading Companies, New France, 9,

        acte, suret� du Bas-Canada, 471

        457;� English, 457.

    House of Commons, precedents of

        See also Arctic; Beaver/Castor;

        proceeding, 465; representatives of

        Commerce; Hudson's Bay Com-

        American Colonies to, 223; state of

        pany, Hudson's Bay Region; North

        the expedition from Canada, 134

        West Company, Northwest Passage;

    House of Lords, speeches of Fox,

        Pacific Fur Company.

        North, Burke, 164.

 

        See also British Government; Law

 

Great Britain, Sovereign,

Gasp�, district, scenery, 244; GASP�SIE,

    Her Majesty, British Queen (Vic�

        relation, 71, 72

        toria), letter to, 268; (Victoria)

Gasp�siens Porte-Croix, see Micmacs

        High Commissioner, Durham

Genoa, treaty, acceded to, 172

        report, 158

Geography, of North America, 3 16;

    His Majesty, (George III), Indian

        GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION, North

        enemies, campaign, 217; George

        America, 21; TOPOGRAPHY, British

        III, proclamation, act, Upper and

        Columbia and Vancouver Island,

        Lower Canada, 502; (George III),

        421; TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION,

        regulations, Crown lands, 501

        North America, 126, 127; PHYSICAL

    King's Majesty, (George III), pro-

        CHARACTER, Lake Superior, 320;

        vincial statute, Lower Canada, 500

        G�OGRAPHIE, a l'usage des �coliers,

    Majest� Britannique, (George III),

        492; historique, essais, 50;

        forces navales, Victoire de, 511

        DESCRIPTION G�OGRAPHIQUE, cotes

    Majest� du Roi, (George III ),

        de l'Amerique Septentrionale, 31;

        statute provincial, Bas-Canada,

        HISTOIRE G�OGRAPHIQUE, Nouvelle

        500

        France, 78

    Queen, (Victoria), vs. Louis Riel, 426

Georgian Bay Ship Canal, 282

        Royal Charter, Canada Company,

Ghent, treaty (1814), 266

        138

Ginseng, d�couverte en Canada, 63

    Royal Navy, Lt. Charles Hare,

Governor, Massachusetts Bay, Shirley,

        testimonial, 272, action,� U.S.,

        William, 259, 260; Semple, 369,

        495

        370

    Royal Regiment, shipwreck, 147

Governor General, Lorne, Marquis o�,

    Treaty of Peace, Trait� de Paix, see

        speech, 323; order, waste lands of

        Peace.

        Crown, Lower Canada, 501;

    See also British Government; Great

        GOVERNEUR-G�N�RALE, Montcalm,

    ,Britain (other entries)

        Marquis de, letters, 81; reglemens

Great Fish River (Back), expedition to

        et Jugemens au Canada, 483

        mouth of, 296

Gowanlock, Theresa, adventures, Camp

Great Lakes, description of, 53, 54;

        of Big Bear, 364

        account of country upon, 250; LACS

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, opening

        SUP�RIEURS, nations (Indian) des,

        of, 231, prairie section, 410;

        2

        Victoria Bridge, dedicated to, 207.

    Lake Huron, residence on shores of,

        See also Railway

        178; tour to, 219; MER DOUCE,

Grands Voyers, see Justice System,

        voyage, 102

        Administrator

    Lake Ontario, account of posts on,

Great Britan, emigrants to Canada

        210; tour to, 219

        from, 183

    Lake Superior, exploration, 412;

    Scotland, Highlands, state of 334, 335, 437

        physical character, resources,

Great Britain, Empire, acquisition,

        animals, 320; and Red River

        Canada and Guadaloupe, 165;

        Settlement, route, 432, 433;

        importance, Hudson's Bay, 428;

        wanderings' round, 388; KITCHI-

        interets, Canada, 536; interest,

        GAMI, 388

        colonies, 165; interests, North

Great Pew Case, synopsis of, 145

        America, 192

Grip, cartoons by, 121

    Colonial Department, correspon-

Gulf of Mexico, voyage to, LaSalle, 61;

        dence, 436

        GOLFE DE MEXIQUE, voyage dans, la

    Durham, John George, High

        Salle, 60; d�couvertes, La Salle, 73

        Commissioner, report, 158

        Gulf of St. Lawrence, directions for,

Great Britain, Parliament of, act of,

        152; account of Prince Edward    

        Canada Company, 138; acts,

        Island in, 267

 

371

Hardisty, Richard, correspondence,

        proceedings of, 355; connection of

        Hudson's Bay Company, 372

        Earl of Selkirk with, 463; corre-

Halifax, currency, table, 215; route from

        spondence of Chief Trader, 372;

        to the Canadas, 178; sermon at, 523

        journey by order of, 303; missionary

Hare, Lt. Charles, services of, 271

        tour in territory of 434; territory,

Hawkins, Alfred, picture, recollections,

        384, 434; territory, artist among

        Quebec, 176

        Indians, 384; HUDSON�S BAY COR-

Heurter, F. D., narrative, Red River,

        PORATION, rights, conduct, policy

        417

        of 403

High Commissioner, Lord Durham,

    District, Kinogumifsee (Keno�

        report, 158

        gamasis) River, 372

Highlands, Scotland, emigration, 334,

    Governor, (Robert) Semple, 369,

        335; 363

        370; GOUVERNEUR, (Robert)

Highlander, memoirs of Macleod,

        Semple, 368

        Donald, 277

    Forts and Trading Posts, 457

History, Argenteuil County, Quebec,

        Fort Nelson (York Factory), prise

        275; British Columbia, 421;

            de, 2

        Canada, 118, 524; captivity,

        Flying Post, Journal of 398; furs

        Williams, J., 293; commerce and

            sent from, 399

        discovery in North America, 9;

        Matuwigaming (Mattagami), furs

        Eastern Townships, 274; five

            sent to, 399

        �Indian nations, Canada, 144;

    Prince of Wales's Fort, journey from,

        Freemasonry, Manitoba, 329, 382;

        303

        French dominions in North and

        Fort Wrangel (Fort Stickine/

        Sounh America, 197; islands, Bay of

            Highfield), 415

        Fundy, 211; Louisiana, colony,

    Raddison, Pierre-Esprit, 419

        181; Manitoba, 375, 382; Montreal,

    Rupert's Land, boat voyage through,

        123, 124, 125; Newfoundland, 115;

        316.

        Northwest, 319; Notre-Dame de

        See also Arctic Region; Explora-

        Montreal, 85; Oregon Territory,

        tion; Hudson's Bay Region

        409; Prescott County, Ontario,

Hudson's Straits, description of, 408

        275; politics, Canada, 121; prisons,

Hungary, treaty, acceded to, 172

        Montreal, 123; rebellion, Lower

Hunter, William Stewart, Eastern

        Canada, 100; Red River Settle-

        Townships, scenery, 189; Niagara

        ment, 329, 431, 217; HISTORTCAL

        Falls to Quebec, guide, 191;

        ACCOUNT, Nova Scotia, 175;

        Ottawa, scenery, 190

        HISTORICAL JOURNAL, campaign in

Hunting, Indians, 254; in the North�

        North America, 203; HISTORICAL

        west, 453; CHASSE, T A, des Hurons,

        RECOLLECTIONS, Quebec, 176;

        102; des nations sauvages, 32; des

        HISTOIRE, Am�rique, 56; Am�rique

        peuples sauvages, 18

        Septentrionale, 2; Canada, 34;

    Hunter, in the prairies, 414; fur, far

        Canada, colonie fran�aise en, 5;

        west, 430.

        Canada, domination fran�aise, 7;

        See also Animals

        Hotel Dieu de Qu�bec, 103;

Hurons, alliance francais, 2; histoire, 2;

        morale, 49; Nouvelle France, 20,

        Chief, poem, 201; mission aux, 98;

        78; Trois Rivieres, 105; voyage au

        pays des, moeurs, etc., 102

        Nouveau Monde, 27; HISTORIAE,

    Langue, Huronne, 102

        canadensis, 33; HISTORISCHE,

 

        Aenmerckelycke, 51

 

Hochelaga, 125, see Montr�al

Icebergs, account, Hudson's Bay, 307

Hotel-Dieu de Qu�bec, histoire, 103

Illinois, alliance fran�ais, 2; histoire, 2

Hudson's Bay Region, account of, 299;

Illustration,

        effects of cold in, 309; icebergs in,

        Caricature, Canadian politics, 121

        307; journey from Prince of Wales's

        Cuts, 65, 300

        Fort, 303; (native) tribes of 298,

        Drawings, Bartlett, 294

        307; natural history of, 300; north-

        Engravings, 150

        east coast of America, 298; voyage

        Figures, 17, 53, 54, 55, 56, 66, 67,             70,

        to, 298, 300. See also Arctic; Fur

            78

        Trade; Hudson's Bay Company;

        Plates, voyage of Capt. Parry, 311,

        Indians, North America; North-

            314

        west Passage

    Sketches, pen and sun, 340

Hudson's Bay Company, account of

    Table, 78; analogy of languages, 210;

        299, 428; charter, 299; charter and

        arithmetical, 215; of distance, 126

   

372

 

   Views, military operations, 120;

        Scanyawtauragahrooote;

Upper and Lower Canada, 127.

        Shawanee

        See also Maps

Indians, South America, nations,

Indians, North America/North Ameri-

        customs and manners, 182; SAU�

        can Indians/Original Inhabitants,

        VAGES DU SUD, mani�re de vivre, 55

        affairs, secretary-general, letter to,

Indies, East, 180; West, 217; INDES,

        407; agriculture, 238; Alberta, 385;

        Occidentales, 39, 78

        alliance, British, 144; artist among,

Inhabitants, British, of Quebec (prov-

        384; battles, 144; British Columbia,

        ince), 220; British Colonies,

        378; captivity among, see Cap-

        number of, 250; French dominions,

        tivity; character, 21, 197, 281;

        North and South America, 197;

        commerce, 53, 54, 65, 238; customs,

        North America, manners of, 200;

        21, 53, 54, 65, 136, 144, 182, 197,

        Protestant, of Quebec (province),

        210, 238, 250, 307; dress, 307;

        220; PEOPLE'S Almanac, 143;

        enemies, 217; excursions among,

        Canada, condition of, 273; Eng�

        459; genius, 197; government, 144,

        land, letter to, 208; Red River,

        197, 250; interpreter, 210, 270;

        memorial to, 406; PUBLIC, (Great

        intrigues, French, 144; 1anguage,

        Britain) advice to, 241; HABITANS,

        see Language; laws, 144; learning,

        Bas-Canada, des lois des usages

        238; life, 281; manners, 21, 53, 54,

        des, 109; Canada, moeurs et edu-

        136, 144, 182, 197, 210, 238, 250;

        cation des, 536; aux, Montr�al, 1;

        Manitoba, Northwest Territory,

        aux, et citoyens, Qu�bec (prov�

        work among, 464; nations, five,

        ince), 467, Qu�bec (province),

        144; navigation, 65; Northeast

        lettre aux, 498; PEUPLES, (abo-

        coast, 298; notes, 367; numbers,

        riginal) Am�rique Septentrionale,

        250; Ohio, expedition against, 442;

        66, 67, 71, 72; (du Canada) faits

        Pacific coast, 429; religion, 21, 65,

        pour, 422. See also Colonies;

        144, 197, 238; settlements, 238;

        Emigrants; Emigration; Settle-

        territories, 179, 423; territory, Red

        ments; Settlers

        River, occurrences, 463; trade,

Institutions, Etablissemens, du Bas�

        144; trader, voyages, 210; tradi-

        Canada, conservation, 109; du

        tions, 21; war, federal states (US),

        Canada, conservation, 536.

        136; wars, other nations, 144; west

        See also Education, Marriage,

        of Rocky Mts., 343; NATIVE RACES,

        Religion

        account, Red River, 431; SAVAGES,

Iroquois, adventures with French, 65;

        in America, a tragedy, 253; general

        alli�s des Anglais; coutumes, 2;

        of, dialogue with author, 65;

        gouvernement, 2; guerre, 2; his�

        SAUVAGES DE L AM�RIQUE SEPTEN-

        toire, 2; Lafayette chez les, 86;

        TRIONALE/DU NORD/AM�RICAINS,

        maximes, 2; moeurs, 2; paix,

        NATIONS/PEUPLES, alliance avec les

        ambassades, 2; tongue, words in,

        Fran�ais, 2; chasse, 18, 32; com-

        210; victoires sur, 73. See also

        merce avec, 66, 67; coutumes, 18,

        Indians, North America

        66, 67, 70; cr�ace, 17; danse, 18,

Island, Anticosti, 25; Cape Breton, 126,

        102; enterrements, 18; facon de

        250; Newfoundland, 115, 126, 142,

        vivre, 17, 70; festins, 18; gouverne-

        235, 250; Prince Edward, 126, 243,

        ment, 66, 67; guerre, 17, 18, 66, 67,

        267; Scanyawtauragahroote

        102; habits, 18; mani�res, 32;

        (described as in the Rontooroo

        mani�res de vivre, 55; marier, se,

        River-possibly the Minnesota),

        102; maximes, 2; moeurs, 2, 18, 55,

        254; St. Helena, 180; Vancouver's,

        64, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 95; religion,

        335, 384, 403, 421; ISLANDS, Bay of

        2, 66, 67, 71, 72; superstition, 17,

        Fundy, 211; East Indies, 180; West

        32; usages, 95

        Indies, 217; Indes Occidentales, 39,

    Big Bear, in camp of 364

        78; Queen Charlotte, 448; Somers,

    Pontiac, a tragedy, 253

        (Bermuda), 219; ISLE, Royale, 15;

    Sagamos illustres, biographie des, 4.

        Ste. H�l�ne, 113; Terre Neuve, 15,

        See also Catholic Church; Lan-

        42, 50

        guage; Missions; Montreal;

    Banks, of Newfoundland, 115; BANC,

        Hochelaga. See also Abnaki;

        le Grand, 31

        Algonquin; Chippeway; Cree;

Isle Royale, rectifier les cartes des, 15

        Esquimaux; Hurons; Illinois;

 

        Iroquois; Métis; Micmac; Mo�

 

        hawk; Mohegan; Montagnais;

Johnson, Mrs. Susanna, captivity of

        Naskapi; Ojibway; Sauteux;

        198, 199

   

373

 

Johnston, James, plaintiff, Great Pew

Lachine, le massacre a, 48

        Case, 145

Lafayette, Marquis de, chez les Iroquois,

Journey, see Travels

        86

Justice System,

Lafitau, Joseph Francois, p�re, d�cou-

    Administrators, Grands Voyers,

        verte du ginseng par, 63

        trait�, utilit� aux, province de

Lahontan, Louis Armand de Lom

        Qu�bec, 486

        d'Arce, Baron de, voyages de, 66, 67

    Appeal, court of, Lower Canada, 145;

Lake Huron, residence on, 178; tour to,

        Louis Riel, to Privy Council, Court

        219; MER DOUCE, voyage, 102

        of Queens Bench, 426

Lake Ontario, account of posts on, 210;

    Case, Earl of Stirling, title to Nova

        tour to, 219

        Scotia, 135; Great Pew, synopsis,

Lake Simcoe, and environs, 188; resi-

        145

        dence on, 178

    Court, Appeals, Lower Canada, 145;

Lake St. Louis, and La Salle, 46; LAC

        Oyer et Terminer, Quebec, 423;

        SAINT-LOUIS, anciennes cotes du,

        Queen's Bench, Manitoba, 426;

        45

    Supreme, of Canada, 145; Assizes,

Lake Superieur, exploration, 412; physic-

        York, Upper Canada, 519

        cal character, resources, animals,

    Judges, Juges, trait� des loix utile aux,

        320; and Red River Settlement,

        province de Qu�bec, 484, 485, 486;

        route, 432, 433; wanderings'round,

        JUGES A PAIX, province de Qu�bec,

        388

        473

Lancaster Sound, Arctic voyage to,302

    Juries, antiquity, use, privileges of,

Land, free, Ontario, 170; granting, 126;

        177

        how to select, Western Canada,

    Lawyers, Avocats, trait� des loix

        461; Manitoba, 371; policy, Mani�

        n�cessaire aux, province de Qu�bec,

        toba, 443, 444; prairie, Canada,

        484

        445, 446; Northwest, 380; regula�

    Officiers de Paroisse, Province de

        tions, Manitoba, 396, 397; tenures,

        Qu�bec, 473

        513; Upper Canada, 138; waste,

    Prisons, of Montreal, history, 123

        Crown, 501; TERRES, fermes,

    Prosecutors, Procureurs, trait� des loix

        Am�rique, 39; Nouvelle France,

        necessaire aux, Province de Qu�bec,

        17; pays des Hurons, 102; Puissance

        484

        (Dominion), 439. See also Land

    Sentence, petition for commutation,

        Tenure

        Riel, 426

Land Tenure, conversion of, 513

    Imprisonment, Van Dieman's Land,

        Fiefs, trait� de la loi des, 485

        289

        Freeholders, sentiments of, 222

    Trial, Reginald Birchall (murder),

        Grant, of land free, 170; of Vancouver

        122; Ambrose Lepine (murder),

            Island, 355

        353; David McLane (high trea-

        Reserves, clergy, 283

        son), 503; Thomas Morrison (high

        Seigneuries, du Canada, 485

        treason), 232; Charles de Rein-

        Soccage, conversion to, 513

        hard (murder), 423; Louis Riel

        Title, to Nova Scotia, 135

        (high treason), 426; state trials

Language, Algonquin, dictionary, 65,

        (military court martial), 100;

        210; Chippeway, vocabulary, 210;

        Thomas Sutherland (military court

        Esquimaux, 307; Indian, Hudson's

        martial), 268

        Bay, five, 454; Indians, America,

        Condamn� politique, de 1838,

        53, 54, 307; Montagnais, sacred

                notes 96.

        song in, 351; Mohawk, 480; sau�

        See also Law

        vages, cat6chisme au, 16; trade,

 

        Indian, 345; TONGUE, Esquimaux,

King's College, partition of funds, 151

        210; Iroquois, 210; Mohegan, 210;

Kinogumifsee (Kenogamasis) River,

        Shawanee, 210; JARGON, Chinook,

        district, Hudson's Bay Company,

        dictionary, 345; LANGUE, (des

        372

        sauvages) du pays, dictionnaire, 66,

Kitchi-Gami, see Lake Superior

        67; Huronne, dictionnaire, 102;

Klondyke, how to get to, 381

        Sauteux, principes, 330

 

    English, names of furs in, 210

La Barre, Joseph Antoine Lefebvre de,

    French, names of furs in, 210;

        Nouvelle France sous, 2

        fran�ais, alphabet (text) en, 508

Labrador, coast, description, 115; coast,

La Salle, Ren� Robert Cavelier, Sieur

        journal, 139; coast, voyage to, 298;

        de, attempts of, 53; d�couvertes de,

        interior, exploration, 184

        73; derniers d�couvertes de, 108;

   

374

        dernier voyage de, 60; entreprises

Lunenberg, Presbyterian congregation

        de, 55; last voyage of, 61;

        at, 523

        onderneminge van de, 51

Lyon, George Francis, private journal,

Laurie, John, Major General, report,

        306

        Northwest Rebellion, 389

 

Law, England, 177; Quebec (province),

 

        218; Upper Canada, duty upon

MacDonald, Sir John A., and Riel, 360

        stills, 535; Upper Canada, licensing

MacDougall, W. B., guide, Manitoba,

        public houses, 534; usury, 258; LOI

        Northwest, 396, 397

        Bas-Canada, 109; Bas-Canada,

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander, adventures

        dictionnaire du, 510; Colonie du

        and discoveries, 326

        Canada, 484; des fiefs, 485; France,

Mackenzie, William Lyon, Mackenzie�

        secours accord�s aux officiers, 36

        Rolph controversy, 386

    Custom, Coutume, ancienne, du

Mackenzie River, diocese of, 331

        Canada, 484; de la prevot� et

MacLeod, Serjeant Donald, memoirs,

        vicomt� de Paris, 484

        277

    Regulations, land, Manitoba, 396, 397

Manitoba, agricultural facilities, 443,

    Usage, ancien, du Canada, 484

        444; creation of, 329; climate, 443,

        Right, Canadian's, Englishman's,

        444; denominational schools in,

            177.

        449; development, 375; farming in,

        See also Canada, Parliament of;

        354; freemasonry in, 382 guide,

        France, Sovereign; Great Britain,

        396, 397; how to make a home,

        Parliament of; Great Britain,

        461; information, emigrants, 349,

        Sovereign; Justice System; Quebec

        418; information, farmers, ranch-

        (province) Legislature; Upper

        ers, 460; land policy, 443, 444;

        Canada Legislature; Lower

        lands in, 371; manufacturing

        Canada Legislature

        facilities, 443, 444; notes de voyage,

Le Beau, Claude, aventures, Am�rique

        346, 347; question des �coles de,

        Septentrionale, 70

        348; railway in, 410; ranching in,

Lepine, Ambrose D., trial of, 353

        354; resources, 375; Riel, appeal to

Louisbourg, foundation to fall, 82;

        court, 426; settlement, 375; soil,

        siege, journal, 259, 260

        443, 444; southern, and Turtle

Lower Canada, clergy/nuns of, plot

        Mountain Country, 324; sugges-

        against, 119; court of appeals, 145;

        tions, settlers, 362; terres de la

        division into counties, 212; guide,

        Puissance (Dominion), 439; trip to,

        emigrants to, 235; military service

        452; voyage, 439; work among

        in, 180; proclamation, act in, 502;

        Indians, 464

        Register, or Montreal Almanac,

    Fort Nelson (York Factory), voyage

        228, 229; statistical description of,

        de, prise de, 2

        126, topographical description of,

    Prince of Wales's Fort (Churchill),

        127; tour,238, 257; travels through,

        journey from, 303

        291; trial in, 503; BAS-CANADA,

    Turtle Mountain Country, 324

        �tablissemens du, 109; suret� du,

    Winnipeg, see Winnipeg.

        act 471 See also Canada East;

        See also Assiniboia; Red River

        Canadas, the; Lower Canada

Maps, Lower Canada, 126; Manitoba

        Legislature; Quebec (other

        and the Northwest, 396, 397; North

        entries); Union, Upper and Lower

        America, 53, 54, 65, 400; CHART,    

        Canada

        Hudson's Bay, 300; attempt to

Lower Canada Legislature,

        reach North Pole, 314; CARTES,    

    Executive Council, consent of, pro-

        Am�rique, 55, 56; cotes de 1'Acadie,

        vincial statute, 500, minutes, waste-

        1'Isle Royale et Terre-Neuve, 15;

        lands of Crown 501; LEGISLATIVE

        dress�e selon le compas qui nor�

        HOUSE OF ASSEMBLYbill, more

        destent, 17; dress�e en son vrai

        equal representation in, 212; com-

        m�ridien, 17; marines, 16;

        mittee of, report, militia, 247;

        l'Am�rique Septentrionale, 66, 67,

        consent of provincial statute 500;

        70, 95

        standing rules and regulations, 213;

    ,Evolution cartographique, Terre�

        CONSEIL L�GISLATIF ET ASSEMBL�E

        Neuve, 50

        DU BAS-CANADA,consentement du,

    Observations astronomiques, 15

        statut provincial, 500

Marriage, Mariage, clandestin, th�se, 3

    Parlement Provincial du Bas-Canada,

Marie de l'Incarnation (Martin, Marie

        Lois et r�gles du, 510    

        Guyard), lettres, 83; vie, 22, 84

        Ministerial crisis, 57

Massachusetts Bay, see Province

   

375

Mississippi River, voyage to find mouth

Navigation, choses n�cessaire a, 16;

        of, 61; account of country upon,

        diversit� des estimes en, 16;

        250; communication, Canada and,

        fran�ais, 78; nations (Indian), 65;

        299; RIVI�RE DE MISSISSIPPI, voyage

        trait�, 16

        pour trouver l'embouchure, cours

    Diverses mouvements de la mer, 3'2

        de la, 60; FLEUVE COLBERT,

    Guide aymant, d�clinaison de la, 16,

        d�couvertes de, jusqu'au Golfe de

        17

        Mexique, 73

    Navigateur, qualit�s d'un, 16

Modena, treaty, acceded to, 172

Nelson, Sir Horatio, squadron of, 468

Mohawk, language, offices and prayers,

Nepal, campaign in, 180

        Church of England, 480

New Brunswick, and other British prov�

Mohegan, tongue, words in, 210

        inces, colonization, 133; description

Monk, Maria, intervention of, plot, 119

        of, 126; guide to, 118; mission to,

Montagnais, country of, Labrador, 184;

        219; sketches of, 162; travels in,

        language, sacred song, 351

        136

Montcalm, le Marquis de, lettre de, 81

    Charlotte County, islands, Bay of

Montreal, Almanac, 228, 229; by-laws,

        Fundy, 211

        rules and regulations, 227, 521;

New France, conquest of 209; early

        court martial at, 100; de, � Victoria,

        trading companies of, 9; and New

        328; district de, 1; election, 8, 90;

        Mexico, country between, 53, 54;

        fire at, 233, 334; from, to New York,

        NOUVELLE FRANCE, LA, ce qui s�est

        454; gouvernement de, 2; Herald,

        pass�e en, 74, 75, 76, 112; �tat de

        230, 520; history of, 125; in 1856,

        l'�glise dans, 104; gouvernement de

        231; isle de, 518; manufactures of,

        Frontenac, Calli�res, 2; histoire, 78;

        287; North West Company of, 438;

        histoire et description, 20; journal

        Notre-Dame de, 85, 87, 185; police,

        de, 17; missions en, 29, 30, 68, 69,

        521; prisons in, 123; riot in, 249;

        77, 97, 98; muses de la, 79, 80;

        sketches of, 256; St. Andrew's

        occupations des Fran�ais, 32; pays

        Church, 145; the stage, 169; streets,

        des Hurons en, 98, 102; peuples

        124; ville et district de, 491; voy-

        allies de, 2; portes de, 17; premier

        ages from, 400; HOCHELAGA, 125;

        �tablissement de la foi, 73; Ursu-

        VILLE MARIE, 256; Congregation de

        lines de, 22, 83, 84; voyage de/en,

        Notre-Dame, 518

        16 18, 32 NUOVA FRANCIA, mis�

    Victoria Bridge, Grand Trunk Rail-

        sioni, 10; NOVAE-FRANCIAE,

        way, 207

        Historiae Canadensis, 33

Mountains, Oregon, 430; Rocky, 344,

    Colonie fran�aise, la, histoire de en

        411, 413, 424, 430

        Canada, 34; FRENCH DOMINIONS,

Murder, see Justice System, trial

        in North and South America,

Music, Musique, cantiques not6s en, 487

        history 197.

    Ariettes, Colas et Colinette, 517

        See also French, the

    Airs, not�s en musiques, 487; vul-

New Mexico, country between, and New

        gaires,cantiques accommod� �, 489

        France, 53, 54; NOUVEAU MEXIQUE,

    Cantiques, de l'Ame d�vote, 489; de

        pays entre, et la Mer Glaciale, 56

        Marseilles, 490; Nouveau Recueil,

New World, Nouveau Monde, voyage

        487

        au 27

    Chansons, des Hurons, 102

Newcastle, Duke of, letter to, Wm.

    Chansonnier, Canadien, 19

        Shirley, 259, 260

    Idyles, 19

Newfoundland, account, 250; descrip�

    Romances, 19

        tion, 126; guide for emigrants to,

    Song, sacred, in Montagnais, 351

        235; history, description, 115;

    Vaudeville, 19

        voyage to, 142; TERRE-NEUVE,

 

        d�couverte, evolution cartogra-

Napoleon, detention and death, 180

        phique, 50; p�che au c�tes de, 42;

Naskapi, country of Labrador, 184

        voyage, cartes de, 15

Natural History, Canada, 65; French

Newspapers, Gazette Litteraire de

        dominions in North and South

        Montreal, 491; Herald Miscellany

        America, 197; North America, 21,

        and Advertiser, 493; la Minerve,

        200; account, 315; appendix of

        226; Montreal Almanac or Lower

        subjects relating to, 301; HISTOIRE

        Canada Register, 228, 229; Mon�

        NATURELLE, I'Am�rique Septen-

        treal Herald and Daily Commercial

        trionale, 56; des c�tes de 1'Am�-

        Gazette, 230; North Georgia

        rique Septentrionale, 31; Nouvelle

        Gazette and Winter Chronicle, 310;

        France, 78

        The Pilot, 239, 240; Qvebec

   

377

 

        mission to, 219; publications of

    Negotiation (for peace), France and

        H. Alline in, 522; title to, Earl of

        England, 24

        Stirling, 135; travels in, 136;

Peace River, journey by valley of, 378;

        NOUVELLE ECOSSE, conduite des

        canoe voyage, G. Simpson, 392

        Fran�ais, 196

Pelly Lakes, canoe journey to, 415

    Acadia, see Acadia

Peninsula, Labrador, explorations, 184;

    Cape Breton, account of 250;

        PENINSULAR, war, 180

        description of, 126

Poems, The Huron Chief, and other,

    Halifax, currency, table, 215; route

        201; The Mission, 219; PO�SIE,

        from, to the Canadas, 178; sermon

        Riel, Louis, 425; VERS, pi�ces de, 6

        at, 523

      Muses de la Nouvelle France, 79, 80

    Louisbourg, foundation to fall, 82;

Police, reglemens et ordonnances de,

        siege, journal, 259, 260

        483; trait� de la, 486

    Lunenburg, Presbyterian congrega-

Port Royal (Annapolis Royal), voyage

        tion at, 523

        du, 32

    Port Royal (Annapolis Royal),

Ports, de la Nouvelle France, 17;

        voyage du, 32

        HAVRES, de la Nouvelle France, 17

 

    Lake, Sault Ste. Marie, 270; Toronto,

 

        268 282, (then York, 157, 519

Occupations, des Fran�ais, Nouvelle, France, 32

    Ocean, Halifax, 178, 215,523, Lunen�

Ojibway life among, Saskatchewan, 402

        burg, 523; Louisbourg 82, 259

Ontario, grants of land, 170, Prescott

        see Quebec City; Victoria, 328,

        County, 275; residence in, journal,

        336

        341. See also Canada West;

    River Lachine, 48; Montreal, see

        Canadas, the; Upper Canada;

        Montreal, Trois Rivi�res 2, 105

        Upper Canada Legislature

Portugal, court of, commerce, political

 

        remarks, 65; treaty, acceded to, 173

Pacific Fur Company, 429; voyage to

Prairies, hunter in, 414; lands of

        northwest coast, 358; voyage a la

        Canada, 445, 446; section, Grand

        c�te, 359

        Trunk Railway, 410

    Astor, John Jacob, 429

Presbyterian Church, chapel, Quebec,

Pacific Ocean, Canada on the, 378;

        sermon, 528; clergy, Rev. Comin-

        exploration to, 412; first settlement

        goe, B. R., ordination, 523; Rev.

        on, 358; voyage, Hudson's Bay to,

        Spark, A., 528; congregation,

        392; voyage to, 455; WESTERN

        Dutch Calvanistic, sermon to, 523;

        AMERICAN OCEAN, search for pas-

        denomination of, King's College

        sage to, 308, 309. See also

        funds, 151; sermon, first for

        Western Coast

        ordination, Nova Scotia, 523

Pambrun, P. C., narrative, Red River,

Prevost, Sir George, command of the

        417

        Canadas, 520

Papineau, Louis Joseph, communica-

Prince Edward Island, account, 267;

        tions to/a, 110, 111; discours,

        Calendar and Almanac, 243;

        Institut Canadien, 89; life and

        description, 126

        times,� 11; speech, Montreal, 90

Prisons of Montreal, history, 123

Paris, coutume de, ancienes loix tir�es

    Imprisonment, Van Dieman's Land,

        de, 484, 485; treaty (1763), 173

        189

    Temple, captivit� de Louis XVI, 481.

Pritchard, John, narrative, Red River,

        See also France; France, Sovereign

        417

Parry, Sir William Edward, journal of a

Privy Council, appeal to, Louis Riel,

        voyage under, 306, 311, 312, 313;

        426

        narrative voyage under, 305, 314;

Protestant, inhabitants of Quebec

        newspaper of voyage under, 310;

        (prov.), proceedings, 220

        supplement to appendix of a voyage

    Book, TWO Mites, Alline, H., 522

        under, 315

    Clergy, Mr. Alline, H., publications

Peace, prospect of, 516; preliminaries

        and ordination, 522; Reverend

        of, 159; necessity of, 208; treaty of,

        Comingoe, B. R., ordination, 523;

        Aix la Chapelle ( 1748), 172;

        Reverend Williams, J., captivity,

        treaty of Ghent (1814), 266; treaty

        293

        of Paris (1763), 173, 524; treaty of,

    Denominations, Church of England,

        the Savoy (1686), 174; PAIX, trait�

        see Church of England; Methodist,

        (1667), Breda (1667), 44; Utrecht

        see Methodist Church; Presby�

        (1713), 94, 195, 196

        terian, see Presbyterian Church

   

379

 
 

    Pamphlet, "The Antitraditionist,"

        l'usage, 474. See also Quebec

        Alline, H., 522

        (other entries)

    Sermon, Alline, H., Liverpool, 522;

Quebec Legislature,

        Secombe, Halifax, 523

    House of Assembly, Protestant efforts

Province, British, 133; British Columbia,

        to obtain, 221

        332, 333, 435; Canada, 133; Lower

    Legislative Council, proceedings of a

        Canada, 126, 127, 212, 291, 500,

        committee, tenures, 513; report of a

        501, 502, 503; Manitoba, 349, 418;

        committee, education, 514

        Massachusetts Bay, 259, 260; New

Queen Charlotte Islands, see British

        Brunswick, 118, 126, 133; New

        Columbia

        York, 144; Nova Scotia, 126, 133,

Queen's Rangers, journal of operations,

        522; Ontario, 170; Quebec, 88, 218,

        264. See also Rogers, Robert

        220, 221, 467, 473, 483, 484, 485,

 

        486, 498, 512, 513; Upper Canada,

 

        126, 127, 128, 284, 291, 502

Radisson, Pierre Esprit, vie de, 419

 

Railways, Canadian Pacific, 339, 357,

 

        380, 435; Canadian Pacific and

Quebec, (province of), Argenteuil

        Intercolonial, 365; era of, 319;

        County, 275; code of laws for, 218;

        Grand Trunk Pacific,207, 231, 410;

        citoyens et habitans de, 467; habi-

        Hudson's Bay, 325; the line, 356;

        tans de, 498; inhabitants of, 220;

        Pacific Route, 378; Phillipsburg,

        (land) tenures in, 513; officiers de,

        Farnham and Yamaska, 163;

        473; ordinances of, 512; papers

        Transcontinental Canadien, 328;

        concerning, 221; picture of, 176;

        Transcontinental, lands along, 410

        quartering of troops, 512; tour to,

    Engineer-in-chief, Sandford Fleming,

        257, 262; LA COLONIE DU CANADA,

        365

        anciennes loix de, 484; extrait des

    Victoria Bridge, 207

        édits, etc., 483; LA COLONIE

Ranching, see Agriculture

        FRAN�AISE, �tat pr�sent de, 104;

Rebellion, Comt� du Lac des Deux

        histoire de, 34; CANADA, loi des fiefs

        Montagnes, 59; Lower Canada,

        du,485; la police,486

        100; Nord-ouest, 422; Northwest,

    Lachine, le massacre a, 48

        report, 338, 389; Riel, 427; Upper    

    Quebec City, see Quebec City

        Canadian, 386; AGITATION, Riel,

    St. Eustache, �v�nements a, 59

        456; du Nord-ouest, 383;

    Trois Rivi�res, see Trois Rivi�res.

        ATTEMPTED REVOLUTION, 1837-38,

        See also Eastern Townships;

        causes, 273; DIFFICULTY, North

        Gasp�; Montreal; Quebec (other

        West, 450; INSURRECTION, litho�

        entries); Saguenay; St. Lawrence

        graphic views of 120; three, North�

        River

        west, 319

Quebec Act, dialogue concerning, 222

    Condamn� politique, de 1838, notes,

Quebec City, assaut, de, 14; directory,

        96.

        168; l��glise de, 511; from Niagara

        See also Papineau, L. J.; Red

        Falls to, 191; Gazette, 515, 516;

        River; Riel, L.; St. Eustache;

        gouvernement de, 2; guide, 245;

        Tache, Bishop; Upper Canada,

        Hotel-Dieu, histoire, 103; Journal

        political affairs

        de, 141; Magazine, 515, 516;

Recollets, assembl�e dans couvent des,

        Notre-Dame de, 35; Petit S�mi-

        470

        naire de, 492; picture of, 129; prise

Red River, 373; between, and Rocky

        de, 55; reminiscences of, 99; return

        Mountains, 411, 413; exploring

        from, 277; sieges of, 203; S�minaire

        expedition of, 376; flood at, 322;

        de, 529, 530, 531, 532; sermon at,

        memorial to people of, 406;

        504, 528; sidgede, 261; Soci�t�

        troubles, 329; way to get to, 443;

        Litt�raire de, 525; sous le regime

        RIVIERE ROUGE, colonie du Lord

        fran�ais, 101; taking of, 53, 54; ten

        Selkirk, 368

        days in, 271; trial at, 503; vero-

    Colony, journal during residence at,

        veringe van, 51. See also Quebec

        459; military expedition to, 463;

        (other entries)

        COLONIE, pr�cis touchant, 368

Quebec, Diocese of, (Church of Eng-

    Country, in relation to Canada, 432,

        land); clergy, charge to, 533.

        433; transactions in, 394

        See also Quebec (other entries)

    Settlement, aggressions against, 417;

Qu�bec, Diocese de (Catholic Church),

        correspondence on subject of, 436;

        13, cantiques a 1'usage, 487;

        destruction, 368, 369, 370;

        �veque de, 477, 478; graduel a

        Kildonan, statement respecting,

   

380

 

        369, 370; papers relating to, 366;

Saskatchewan, information, farmers,

        rise, progress, present state of 431.

        ranchers, 460, 461; railway in, 410;

        See also Hudson's Bay Company;

        trial at, Riel, 426; via, to the

        Manitoba; North West Company;

        Klondyke, 381

        Rebellion; Semple, Robert

    Regina, gibbet of Riel, 360

Regina, gibbet of Riel, 360

Saskatchewan River, exploring

Regions, 297, 307, 317, 318

        expedition, 376, 377, 411, 413;

        Arctic, 296, 302, 304, 316, 317, 318

        hero of, 402

        Mountains, 344, 411, 413, 424, 430

Sault Ste. Marie, interpreter at, 270

        Polar, 297, 301; NORTH POLE314

Sauteux, principes de la langue des, 330

        Prairie, 410, 414, 445, 446

Savoy, the, treaty (1686), 174

        Subarctic, 415

Scanyawtauragahrooote, Indians,

Reinhard, Charles de, trial for murder,

        account of tarry with, 254. See also

        423

        Island, Scanyawtaura,gahrooote

Religion, British Colonies, Indian

Scott, Thomas, murder of, 353

        Nations, 2, 65, 66, 67, 71, 72, 144,

Scenery, Canadian, 117, 294; Gasp�,

        197; 238; North America, 250;

        224; Eastern Townships, 189;

        Chr�tienne, vertus, 489; Upper and

        Ottawa, 190

        Lower Canada, state of, 238

Shawanee, tongue, words in, 210

    Denominations, partition of funds

Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of,

        among, 151; word to people of, 295

        colony, Indian countries since, 463;

    College, King's, destruction of, 151

        la colonie du, 368; disputes, North

    Ecclesiastical state, of North America,

        West Company, 519; observations

        200.

        on Highlands, 334, 335; operations

        See also Catholic Church; Church;

        in Red River country, 394; letter

        Education; Indians, North

        from, 436; letters on pamphlet of

        America; Missions; Protestant

        363; military expedition of, Red

Representation, counties for, House of

        River, 463; settlement of Kildonan,

        Assembly, Quebec, 212

        369; settlement on Red River, 370,

    Representatives, American colonies,

        417. See also Hudson's Bay Com�

        British House of Commons, 223

        pany; Hudson's Bay Region: North

Repulse Bay, attempt to reach, 305

        West Company; Red River Settle-

Resources, British Columbia, 332, 421,

        ment

        435; Manitoba, 375, 443, 444;

Semple, Robert, massacre, 368, 369, 370

        North America, 136; Northwest of

Sermon, Alline, H., Liverpool, 522;

        Canada, 379; Western Canada,

        Seccombe, J., Halifax, 523; thanks�

        460; RICHESSEPays des Hurons,

        giving, at Quebec, 504, 528

        102. See also Agriculture; Ani-

Settlements, Argenteuil, Quebec, 275;

        mals; Mining; Soil; Vegetation

        Eastern Townships, 148, 274; Gulf

Riel, Louis, agitation, 456; d�peint dans

        of Mexico, 61; Hudson's Bay, 454;

        des lettres, 456; po�sie de, 425;

        Manitoba, 375; Northwest, 380;

        proc�s, mort, 391; Queen vs. 426;

        Pacific, 358; Prescott, Ontario,275;

        question, la, 420; rebellion, 427;

        Red River, 366, 369, 370, 417, 431;

        truth about, 360. See also

        Upper and Lower Canada, 238.

        Rebellion

        See also Agriculture; Colonies;

Robertson, J. Ross, biography by, Mrs.

        Emigration; English, the; French,

        Simcoe, 263

        the; Inhabitants; Settlers

Robinson, John B., M.P., letter to, 202.

Settlers, Canada West, 447; Canadian

        See also Transportation, Canal

        Northwest, 354; guide, 342; guide,

Rocky Mountains, adventures in, 430;

        342; hints, 117; information, 154;

        exploration, 411, 413; trip to, 344,

        Manitoba, 362; Manitoba and

        424

        Northwest Territory, 371; North�

Rogers, Robert, journals of, 251, 252

        west, 319; Ontario, land free to,

Rolph, John, Mackenzie-Rolph con-

        170; Ottawa and Opeonga Road,

        troversy, 386

        166; FARMERSManitoba and

Rome, Romae, urbis, viris, 499

        Northwest Territory, 460; papers

Rontooroo River (possibly the Min-

        and letters, agriculture, 509;

        nesota), 254

   RANCHERSManitoba and North�

 

        west Territory, 460; British Colum-

 

        bia, 342; Columbia River, 429;

Saguenay River, report, 246

        information, 435; PIONEERS,East-

Sardinia, treaty, acceded to, 172

        ern Townships, 148; western, 326

   

381

 
 

    How to Make a Home, 461.

Spain, treaty, acceded to, 172; treaty,

        See also Agriculture; Colonies;

        Great Britain, France, 173

        Emigration; English, the; French,

Sobriquet,

        the; Inhabitants; Settlement

    Amicus, 363

Ship, HMS Active, travels in North

    Grip, 121

        America, 25, 142; California, voy-

    Veritas, 521

        age to Hudson's Bay, 300; Armed

Somers Islands (Bermuda), mission to,

        Tender Chatham, voyage around

        219

        the world, 455; Sloop of War

Sports, field, 216

        Discovery, voyage around the

    Sportsman, in Canada, 279

        world, 455; Dobbs Galley, voyage

        Angler, Nova Scotia, 206.

        to Hudson's Bay, 300; HMS Fur-

        See also Animal Fishing;

        nace, Capt. Middleton's conduct

        Hunting

        on, 308, 309; HMS Fury, voyage

St. Eustache, �v�nements �, 59

        under Capt. Parry, 311, 312, 313;

St. Helena, island of, 180; Isle Ste.

        HMS Griper, attempt to reach

        H�l�ne, 113

        Repulse Bay, 305; HMS Hecla,

St. Lawrence River, directions for, 152;

        voyage under Capt. Parry, 306, 311,

        interior parts upon, 250; posts on,

        312, 313; boats attached to, 314;

        210; salmon fisheries of, 236; ship�

        King George, voyage around the

        wreck at mouth of, 147; tributaries

        world, 416; Nootka, voyage from

        of, 236; voyages from Montreal on,

        Bengal, 405; Transport Premier,

        400; FLEUVE DE SAINT LAURENT, ce

        on the St. Lawrence, 147; Queen

        qui est pass� sur, 69; description de,

        Charlotte, voyage around the

        2; histoire et d�couvertes de,

        world, 416; HMS Rosamond, voy-

        jusqu'au Golfe de M�xique, 73

        age to Newfoundland, 142; voyage

    Lac des Deux Montagnes, rebellion du

        to Hudson's Bay, 298; Ships of War,

        compt� du, 59

        British and American, 495;

    Lachine, le massacre �, 48

        BASTIMENTs, qui faire la p�che, 42

    Lake St. Louis, old and new, 46, 47;

    Boat, attempt to reach North Pole,

        LAC SAINT-LOUIS, les anciennes

        314; voyage through Rupert's Land

        c�tes du, 45

        and Arctic Sea, 316; CANOE, jour-

    Mont Saint-Hilaire, pelerinage du, 91

        ney through subarctic forest, 415

    Sault Saint-Louis, missionaire du, 63

Shipwreck, of HMS Active, Anticosti I.,

    St. Eustache, �v�nements �, 59

        25; of Transport Premier, 137; in

    Trois Rivi�res, gouvernement de, 2;

        Bay of Fundy, 211; NAUFRAGE,

        histoire des, 105

        d'Emmanuel Crespel, 26, 27, 28

Stage, annals of, Montreal, 169

Shirley, William, conduct (general),

    Comedy, Com�die, Griphon, 92;

        114; letter from (governor), 259,

        Colas et Colinette, 517

        260

    Tragedy, Ponteach (Pontiac), 253

Simcoe, Elizabeth, diary and biography

Subarctic, forest, 415

        of 263

Summer, rambles m Canada, 194

Simcoe, Lake, and environs, 188; resi-�

 

        dence on shores of, 178

Tach�, Alexandre A., Bishop, North�

Simpson, Sir George, voyage by, 392

        west, amnesty, 450

Sir Thomas Rowe's Welcome (Roe's

Tanner, John, captivity, adventures of,

        Welcome), attempt to reach

        270

        narrative 305

Territory, Hudson's Bay Company, 384,

Society of Jesus, Compagnie de J�sus,

        401, 403, 432, 433, 434; Indian,

        P. Lafitau Joseph ginseng, 63.

        179,423; Oregon, 409, Northwest,

        See also Catholic Church

        338,349, 371, 377, 389, 432, 433,

Soil, Manitoba, 443, 444; North

        461; TERRITOIRE, du Nord-ouest, 418

        America, 136; 203, 250; North and

Th�venot, Melchisedech, recueil de

        South America, French dominions,

        voyages, 106, 107

        197; Northwest of Hudson�s Bay,

Toronto, court martial at, 268; Georgian

        299; Upper and Lower Canada,

        Bay ship canal, 282; YORK, assizes

        136, 242

        at, Earl of Selkirk, 519; Mechanics'

    Fertility, Nouvelle France, 18

        Institution, 157

South America, Indian nations of 182;

Tour, see Travels

        history of French dominions in,

Tracy, Alexandre de Prouville, Marquis

        197

        de, Nouvelle France sous, 2

    Peru, vice-admiral of letter, 299

Trade, see Commerce

   

382

Transportation,

    Handbook for Lake Memphremagog,

  Bridge (Railway), Victoria, and men

        153

        who built, 207

    Hunter's Panoramic Guide, 191

    Canal, Ship, Toronto and Georgian

    Quebec Directory, 168

        Bay, 282

    Quebec Guide, 245.

    Passage, see Northwest Passage

        See also Travels

    Ports, see Ports

Treason, see Justice System, trial

    Railway, see Railways

Treaty, see Peace

    River, see Water and Waterways

Trois Rivi�res, gouvernement de, 2;

    Road, Great Territorial, 406; Ottawa

        histoire des, 105

        and Opeonga, 166

Trip, see Travel

    Route, between Lake Superior and

 

        Red River, 432, 433; Europe to

Union, Upper and Lower Canada,

        interior of North America, 408;

        p�tition contre, 93; events from,

        Halifax to the Canadas, 178;

        cartoons, 121

        Pacific Railway, 378; through

      Durham, John George, report, 158

        British North America, 458; to

United Provinces, treaty, Great Britain,

        Yukon gold fields, 381

        France, 172

    Ship, see Ship

United States, angler in, adventures,

        Steamship, Allan Line, 321

        206; description, topographical,

    Streets, of Montreal, 124.

        127; frontier, exploration, 411, 413;

        See also Shipwrecks; Travels

        guide, emigrant to, 235; interpreter,

Trapping, in America and the North-

        Tanner, J., 270; naval actions,

    west, 453. See also Fur Trade

Great Britain, 495; prairies, com-

Travels, British Columbia, 342; Canada,

pared to Canada, 445, 446;

        149, 204, 205; Canada and Indian

recollections, 186; tour, 269;

        Territories, 179; Canadas, the, 182,

travels, 149, 205, 291; �TATS-UNIS,

        291; Canadian Northwest, 319;

voyage, 346, 347

        Indian interpreter, trader, 210;

American ships of war, captured or

        New York, 204; North America, 25,

destroyed, 495

        136, 140, 200, 374; Pennsylvania,

New England, travels, 136

        200; States of North America, 291;

New York, travels, 136, 204

        United States, 149, 205; JOURNEY,

New York City, 454; currency, 21

        across American continent, 343;

Oregon, artist among Indians, 384

        Edmundton to the Pacific, 378;

Pennsylvania, travels, 204

        Fort Wrangle to Pelly Lakes, 415;

Western States, compared to Mani�

        Montreal to New York, 454; Polar

toba, 443, 444

        Sea, to, 301; Prince of Wales Fort

Within present U.S. boundaries,

        to Northern Ocean,303; `round the

Louisiana, 61, 181 Louisiane 52

        world, 440, 441; TOUR, American,

60, 73; New Mexico, 53, 54; New

        214; Lake Ontario, 219; Lake

York, 144; Nouveau Mexique, 56;

        Superior, 320; missionary, 434;

Ohio (Territory) Indians, expe-

        Quebec, 262; United States, 269;

dition against, 442; Oregon terri-

        Upper and Lower Canada, 238;

tory, 409; United Colonies in

        TRIP, British Columbia, 337;

America, reconciliation, 222.

        Canada, Northwest, 352, 424; Falls

See also Military Operations

        of Niagara, 224; Manitoba, 356,

Upper Canada, Almanac, and Provin-

        452; RAMBLES, British Columbia,

        cial Calendar, 285; assizes at York,

        390; Canada, 193, 194; hunter in

        proceedings, 519; British dominions

        the prairies, 414; between Victoria

        in, 126; Christian Almanac, 286;

        and Winnipeg, 336; VISITCanada,

        Fort William, Selkirk's expedition

        130; WANDERINGS, artist among the

        to Fort William in, 463; guide,

        Indians, 384; 'round Lake Superior,

        emigrant to, 235; imprisonment for

        388. See also Travellers

        political offences in, 289; lands to

Travellers, book, Manitoba and North-

        be disposed of in, 138; field sports,

        west, 371, guide, Manitoba and

        216; military service in, 180;

        Northwest, 397; reminiscences for

        political affairs of, crisis, 292;

        use of, 99; TOURIST, guide, British

        proclamation, act in, 502; Ready

        Columbia, 342; guide, Manitoba

        Reckoner, 215; rebellion, 386;

        and Northwest, 396; guide, Niagara

        sketches of, 128, 186; state of, 242;

        Falls, 150; Upper and Lower

        statistical description of 126; topo-

        Canada, 242; CE QUI ONT �

        graphical description of, 127; tour

        VOYAGER, dictionnaire Huronne,102

        through, 238; travels through, 291;

   

383

 

    trial in, Toronto, 268; union, see

    405; Northwest passage, 299, 311,

    Union; wife of Lt. Gov. of, diary,

    312, 313, 315, 317, 318; Nouveau

    263

    Monde, 27; Nouvelle France, 16,

  Fort William, Selkirk's expedition to,

    17, 18, 32; Parry, 306; pays des

    463

    Hurons, 102; pays plus grand que

  York, assizes held at, 519; Mechanic's

    l'Europe, 55; Port Royal, 32;

    Institution, address, 157

recueil de, 106, 107; Rupert's

  Toronto, court martial in, 268.

    Land/Arctic Sea, 316; Western

    See also Canada West; Canadas,

    Arctic Sea, 304; western coast of

    the; Ontario; Union, Upper and

    Dominion, 378

    Lower Canada; Upper Canada

Voyage/Journey 'round the world,

    Legislature

    N. Portlock and G. Dixon, 416;

Upper Canada Legislature,

    G. Simpson, 440, 441; G. Van-

  Legislative Council, committee, state

    couver, 455

      of the province, 284; committee,

 

    Clergy Reserves, 283; manual of

War of 1812, Canadian Army 248;

    parliamentary practice, 276

    Detroit and Niagara frontiers, 225;

  &  Select Committee of, report, state

    Queenstown, 288

      of the province, 284

  Military administration, Sir G.

    House of Assembly, manual of

    Prevost, 520

    parliamentary practice, 276.

Principal naval actions, 495.

    See also Law; Upper Canada

    See also Treaty of Ghent

Ursulines de la Nouvelle France,

Water and Waterways,

    premi�re sup�rieure des, 22, 83, 84

  Bay, Baffin's, 302; Fundy, 211;

Utrecht, treaty (1713), 94, 195, 196

    Georgian, 282; Hudson's,see

 

    Hudson's Bay; Repulse, 305

Vancouver, George, voyage under

  Gulf, Mexico, 61; St. Lawrence, 152,

    command of, 455

    267; GOLFE, de Mexique, 60, 73

Vancouver Island, artist among Indians

  Lake, Huron, 178, 219; Memphrema�

    of, 384; Hudson's Bay Company,

    gog, 153; Ontario, 210, 219; St.

    355, 403; sketch of 421

    Louis, 46, 47; Simcoe, 178, 188;

Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania),

    Superior, 320, 388, 412, 432, 433;

    imprisonment in, letters, 289

    LAKES, of America, 53, 54, 65;

Vegetation, Lake Superior, 320;

    Great, 53 54, 250; Pelly, 415; LAC,

    PRODUCE, North America, 250;

    des deux Montagnes, 59; Saint�

    PLANTS, 53, 54; PLANTES, Am�rique

    Louis, 45, 46; LACS, les, Sup�rieures,

    Septentrionale, 31

    2; MER, Douce (Lake Huron), 102

  Arbres, Am�rique Septentrionale, 31

  Ocean, Atlantic, 365, 455; Arctic,

Veritas, letters of 520

    296, 304; Frozen, 400, 412; North�

Victoria, rambles between, and Winni-

    ern,303; Pacific, 365, 400, 411, 412,

peg,     336; Transcontinental

    413, 455; Western American, 308,

    Canadien, de Montr�al �, 328.

    309; SEA, Arctic, 316; Bering, 415;

    See also British Columbia

    Polar, 301; South, 299; MER,

Viger, Denis Benjamin, review of

    Glaciale, 56; M�diterran�e, 511;

    pamphlet of, 57

    du Ponant (Atlantic Ocean), 18;

Ville-Marie, see Montreal

    MARINE, du Ponant (Atlantic

Visit, see Travels

    Ocean), 16

Voyage/s, l'Am�rique Sept., 15, 20, 23,

    Currents, Divers mouvements, de la

    66, 67; Arctic, 297, 302; Cabot's,

      Mer, 32

    lecture, 187; Canada, 26, 28;

  River, Assinniboine, 376, 377; Chris�

    China, 405; c�te Nord-Ouest de

    tino (possibly Churchill or Nelson),

    l'Am�rique, 359; dernier, La Salle,

    250; Columbia, 343, 429; Great

    60; �tats-Unis, 346, 347; Fort

    Fish (Back), 296; Kinogumifsee

    Nelson, du, 2; H.M.S. Furnace,

    (Kenogami), 372; MacKenzie,

    309; Hudson's Bay, 298, 300, 307;

    331; Mississippi, 61, 250, 299; Nile,

    Hudson's Bay to the Pacific, 392;

    468; Oregon, see Columbia; Peace,

    Indian interpreter/ trader, 210; last,

    378, 392; Red River, see Red River;

    La Salle, 61; Manitoba, 439, 346,

    Rontooroo River (possibly the

    347; Newfoundland and Labrador,

    Minnesota), 254; Saguenay, 246;

    142; Nord-Ouest, 346, 347, 404;

    St. Lawrence, see St. Lawrence

    North America, 21, 65, 374, 400;

    River; Saskatchewan, 376, 377,

    North Pacific Ocean, to, 455;

  402, 411, 413; Yukon, 415; RIVERS,

Northwest coast of America, 358,

  of America, 53, 54, 65; RIVI�RE,

   

384

 

    Mississippi, 60; Rouge, see Red

West, the Canadian/Western Canada,

    River; RIVI�RES, de la Nouvelle

    frontier life in, 395; letters from,

    France, 17

    393; FAR WEST, fur hunters of, 430;

  Fleuve, de Saint Laurent, see St.

    trip to British Columbia, 337.

    Lawrence River

    See also British Columbia; North

    Falls, Niagara, 150, 191, 224;

    West Passage; Northwest, the;

      CATARACTS, of America, 53, 54

    Northwest Territories; Pacific

    Rapids, Sault (Saut), Ste. Marie,

    Ocean; Western Coast

      270; Saint-Louis, 63

Western Coast/Northwest Coast/North

  Sound, Lancaster, 302; Roes Wel-

    Pacific Coast, trade language of,

    Come, 305

    345; voyage along, 378; voyage to,

  Straits, Hudson's, 408

    358, 405, 416. See also British

Watson, Richard, discours par, 537

    Columbia, North West Passage;

Way of Life, Canadian, 117; North

    Pacific Ocean; West, the Canadian

    America, 136; Western Canada,

Wilderness, western, 326; BACKWOODS,

    frontier, 395

    Canada, 280; WILDS, Canada, 278;

  Agriculture, see Agriculture

    North America, 178; WOODS,

  Commerce, see Commerce

    Canada, 183

  Customs, English, 238; French, 238

Williams, John, captive, deliverance of,

  Education, see Education

    293

  Etablissements du pays, Canada,

Winnipeg, British Association in, 424;

    conservation, 536

    rambles, between, and Victoria,

    Marriage, clandestin, th�se, 3

    336; speech Northwest, 323

  Manners, English, 238; French, 238;

Winter, chronicle, 310; rambles, Can�

  MOEURS, Canada, 536

    ada, 193; studies, Canada, 194;

  Occupations, Fran�ais, 32

    tale, Canada, 278; voyage, 378

  Religion, see Religion.

 

    See also Indians, North America;

York, see Toronto

    Indians, South America

Yukon, gold fields, 381; River, 415

   

385

 
 

Index by Genre

Index by Genre

This index is intended as a quick reference to call attention to one or more outstanding descriptive characteristics of each of the works. The categories may overlap, and each work may be listed under more than one category. Works whose titles give no clues for this categorization have been listed as "other" under appropriate headings.

Abridgements

 

Recueil, 106, 107
 

Abstract, 465

 

Recit, 327, 404
 

Precis, 266

 

Relation, 29, 30, 30, 66, 67, 68, 69,
 

Precis, 368, 471

 

  71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 97, 98, 112,
 

Review, 57

 

  359, 439
 

Revue 141

 

Relatione, 10
 

Synopsis, 145, 325

 

Repore, 100, 158, 163, 212, 246,
   

 

  247, 284, 338, 353, 377, 389,

Annals, 169

 

    412, 423, 424, 432, 435, 519
 

Account, 136, 175, 182, 200, 210,

 

  Seance, 525
    220, 250, 267, 299, 307, 378, 400,

 

  Story, 385
    428, 429, 431, 442, 495

 

  Tale, 278, 326
 

Biographie, 4

 

  Vie, 22, 84, 391, 419, 518
 

Biography, 263

 

  Other, 15, 16, 18, 23, 26, 28, 35, 45,
 

Compte~rendu, 14

 

    46, 55, 56, 65, 66, 67, 82, 86, 101,
 

Diary, 178, 263, 365

 

    102, 108, 140, 142, 146, 161, 167,
 

Experience, 447

 

    179, 184, 193, 194, 204, 20s, 232,
 

Faits, 422

 

    236, 238, 249, 261, 262, 269, 291,
 

Historiae, 33

 

    302, 316, 328, 331, 336, 337, 344,
 

Histoire, 2, 5, 7, 20, 27, 31, 33, 34,

 

    352, 356, 373, 383, 384, 388, 390,
    49, 56, 73, 78, 85, 100, 103, 105,

 

    392, 395, 402, 414, 416, 427, 434,
    431, 524

 

    441, 447, 452, 455, 453, 464, 499,
 

Historical facts, 273

 

    503. See also Inquiries
 

Historical notes, 367

 

    Retrospectives
 

Historische, 51

 
 

History, 9, 21, 65, 115, 121, 123,

Communications, 110, 111

    124, 125, 144, 181, 197, 200, 209,

 

  Address, 157, 241
    211, 217, 274, 275, 293, 297, 300,

 

  Appeal, 295
    301, 315, 319, 329, 375, 382, 409,

 

  Charge, 533
    421, 431, 524

 

  Conference, 48
 

Journal, 17, 20, 21, 59, 60, 61, 139,

 

  Discours, 89, 511, 537
 

203, 225, 251, 259, 260, 264, 290,

 

  Lecture, 187, 448
 

306, 311, 312, 313, 316, 341, 374,

 

  Sermon, 504, 522, 523, 528
 

398, 412, 454, 459, 481

 

  Speech, 90, 164, 323, 424, 501
 

Life, 11, 122, 364, 387

 

  Correspondance, 372, 436
 

Narrative, 25, 147, 149, 198, 199,

 

  Letter, 116, 136, 171, 208, 216, 255,
 

219, 248, 270, 288, 296, 298, 301,

 

    259, 260, 268, 280, 282, 289, 304,
 

314, 317, 318, 320, 343, 358, 376,

 

    363, 386, 393, 404, 407, 436, 470,
 

394, 405, 417, 429, 430, 440, 463,

 

    509, 520
 

468, 527

 

  Lettre, 41, 81, 85, 109, 426, 479, 489
 

Notes, 346, 347

 

  Mandate, 203
 

Notice, 13

 

  Mandement, 456, 477, 478
 

Rapports, 13, 404, 514

 

  Exposure, 119

 

Record, 415, 466

 

  Message, 283
   

387

     

        Reply, 308

        Tables, 78, 126,210, 215

        Other, 1, 138, 170, 237, 467, 470

        Views, 120, 127, 522

Descriptions, 21, 31, 52, 65, 66, 67, 70,

Inquiries, 159, 495

        126, 408, 435, 451 ; Beschryvinge,51

        Considerations, 223, 536

        Analyse, 439

        Controversy, 386

        Account, 65, 175, 409, 431

        Dialogue, 6s, 222

        Attempt, 332

        Discussion, 94

        Examination, 355

        Question, 348, 420, 422, 450

        Glance, 207

        Other, 151, 449. See also

        Picture, 176

            Descriptions; Retrospectives;

        Sketch (word), 162, 186, 231, 256,

            Statements

            257, 340, 379, 421, 438, 451

 

        Other, 133, 287, 320, 473

Literature

 

        Plays, 92, 253, 517

Documents, Documens, 110, 111, 348

        Prose, 132,49

          Verse 6, 21 32 79, 80,�201, 425

        Account (books),399

.            See also Manuals, Music

   

        Act, 138, 164, 222, 462, 500, 502,

 

            534, 535

 

        Acte, 439, 471, 510

Manuals, 276

        Arrest, 37, 38

        Alphabet, 88, 508

        Bill, 212

        Arithm�tique, 469

        By-laws, 227

        Book, 371

        Charter, 138, 355

        Calendrier, 12

        Déclarations, 43 483

        Catechism, 496, 497

        Edits, 39, 40, 483, 484, 485

        Cat�chisme, 5, 16

        Evidence, 212

        D�votion, 526

        Journal, 398

        Dictionnaire, 66, 102, 510

        Laws, 177, 218, 258, 534, 535

        Dictionary, 345

        Lettres Patentes, 41

        Directions, 152

        License, 534

        Directory, 160, 168

        Loix, 36, 109, 484, 485, 510

        Exerise, 488

        Minutes, 466, 501

        G�ographie, 492

        Orders (Mil.), 203

        Guide, 118, 150, 160, 183, 185, 191,

        Ordinances, 227, 512

              235, 245, 342, 396, 397

        Ordonances, 42, 483, 485, 486

       Guide Book, 154

        Papers, 221, 366, 411, 413, 509

       Hank Book, 137, 153, 350, 397

        Petitions, 426

       Hints, 117

        Petitions, 93

       How-To, 354, 361, 381, 461

        Rapport, 404

       Information, 148, 155, 166, 242,

        Records, 466

              321, 353, 349, 396, 418, 435, 443,

        Registres, 35, 87

              444 460 494

        R�glements, 482, 483, 485, 486

       Instruction, 494

        R�gles, 510

       Katechismus, 62

        Regulations, 213, 227, 521

       Livre, 472

        Reports, 338, 377, 389, 421, 432,

       Messel, 475

            433, 514, 519

       Music, Musiqe, 487

        Statutes, 500

              Airs, 487 489, 490

        Titles, 135

              Ariettes, 517

        Trait�s, 44, 94, 196, 484, 485, 486

              Cantiques, 47, 489, 490

        Treaties, 172, 173, 174, 195, 266

              Chansonier, 19

 

              Calendrier pour les chantres, 12

Extracts, 466, 501, 513; Extraits, 446,

              Graduel, 474

        483, 513, 537

              Idyles, 19

 

              Romances, 19

Illustrations

              Song, 351

        Caricature, 121

              Vaudeville, 19

        Cut, 65, 300

       Neuvaine, 505, 506, 507

        Drawings, 294

       Notice, 185

        Engravings, 150

       Office, 475

        Figures, 17, 53, 54, 55, 56, 66, 67,

       Officium, 476

            70, 78

       Plan, 133

            Sketch, 256, 340

       Prayer Book, 496, 497

   

388

 

 

    Principes, 330

        Gazette, 310, 491, 515

    Suggestions, 362

        Herald, 230

    Reckoner, 215

        Journal, 141, 226, 240

    Route, 458

        Register, 128, 129

    Other, 91, 113, 188, 189, 190, 244,

        Standard, 265

        271, 279, 284, 294, 324, 339, 410,

 

        421, 445, 446, 462

Statements, 369, 370

 

        Analogy, 210

Manuscripts, 398, 399

        Analyse, 439

 

        Annonces, 226

 

        Answer, 309

Quotations

        Case 233, 234

        Extracts, 501, 513, 466

        Dissertation, 32

        Extraits, 465, 537, 483

        Essais, 50

 

        Essay, 202

Retrospectives

        Examination 355

        Memoirs, 254, 277

        Exposition, 403

        Memoires, 63; 95

        Faits, 422

        Memoranda, 214, 357

        Observations, 258, 334, 335, 437

        Memorials, 272, 406

        Remarks, 65, 308, 334, 335

        Notes, 96, 322, 323, 346, 347, 348,

        Reply, 308

        367, 401, 419

        Testimonial, 272

    Recollections, 176, 180

        These, 3, 529, 530, 531, 532

    Reflections, 8

        Truth, 360

    Reminiscences, 99

        View, 255

    Reviews, 57, 386

        Word, 295

    Revue, 141. See also Annals

        Other, 64, 114, 134, 164, 165, 192,

 

            195, 196, 432, 433, 450, 454.

Serials

            See also Retrospectives

        Almanac, 143, 228, 229, 243, 285,

 

            286

Supplements, 47, 315; Appendices, 221,

        Annuaire, 58

        315, 316, 317

        Calendar, 243, 285

        Papers, 413

        Chronicle, 310

        Other Papers, 411

   

389

 

Map Index

The map index preserves the subject subdivisions of the bibliography, and within each subdivision includes an alphabetical listing of all the books which contain maps. Under each title, the maps and plans which it contains are listed in the order in which they appear in the text. Dates are given only when they appear in the map title itself.

FRENCH AND FRENCH INFLUENCE

 

Bacqueville de la Potherie, Claude-

Champlain, Samuel de. Les voyages du

        Charles. Histoire de l'Amerique

        Sieur de Champlain Xaintongeois

        septentrionale [1772], 2

        [1613], 17

    Carte de la baye et detroit d'Hudson

    Port de La Heue

    Carte du gouvernement du Montreal

    Port du Rossynol

    Carte generalle de la Nouvelle France

    Port au Mouton

Biggar, Henry. The early trading

    Port Royal

        companies of New France [1901], 9

    Port des Mines

    Map of New France (parts of United

    R. de St. Iehon

        States and Canada), 1610-1791

    Isle de Sainte Croix

 

    Habitasion de lile St. le Croix

 

    Qui ni be quy

Catholic Church. Diocese of Quebec.

    Chauacoit R.

        Notice sur les missions du Dioc�se

    Port St. Louis    

        de Queb�c [1839-1874], 13

    Malle Barre

    Trace de la route de Wesport, etat de

    Abitasion du Port Royal

        Missouri, a Walla Walla, Or�gon

    Bport de Tadoucac

Chabert, Joseph Bernard. Voyage fait

    Le beau port

        par ordre du roi en 1750 et 1751

    Port Fortune

        [1753], 15

    Carte g�ographique de la Nouvelle

    Carte reduite des costes de l'Acadie,

        france en sonaray moricha

        de L'Isle Royae, et de la partie

    Quebec

        meridionale de l'Isle de Terre

    Abitation de Qvebecq

        Neuve

    Le grand sautl. St. Louis

    Carte particulaire du detroite de

    Carte g�ographique de la Nouvelle

        Fronsac

        France

    Plan du port de Canseau

 Charlevoix, Pierre-Francois-Xavier de.

    Carte particulaire des costes du sud

Histoire et description generale de

        est de l'Isle Royale

        la Nouvelle France [1744], 20

    Plan du port de Canseau

    Carte de l'Ocean occidenta e et partie

    Carte particulaire des costes du sud

        de l'Amerique septentrionale

        est de l'Isle Royale

    Carte de l'Acadie

    Plan du port de Chibouctou

    Carte des costes de la Floride francoise

    Carte particulaire de la pointe du sud

    Carte de l'Isle de Montreal et ses

        ouest de l'Acadie

        environs

    Champlain, Samuel de. Les voyages de

    Carte de l'Isle de Terre-Neuve

        la Nouvelle France occidentale,

    Carte des bayes, rades et port de

        dicte Canada [1632], 16

        Plaisance

    Carte de la Nouvelle France

    Carte de la partie orientale de la

        augment�e depuis la derni�re .

        Nouvelle France

   

391

 

    Carte de la Baye de Hudson

    Carte du pays que M. M. de Casson

    Carte du fonds de la Baye de Hudson

        et de Galinee, missionnaires de St.    

    Carte de la Louisiane, cours de

        Sulpice ont parcouru

        Mississippi et pais voisins

    Plan du haut et bas Quebec

    Plan du Port Royale dans l'Accadie

    Plan de Ville Marie

    Plan du Port de La Haive

    Fort de Frontenac

    Plan de la Baye de Chedabouctou

    Figure de la Terre Neuve, grand

    Plan du port et ville de Louisbourg

        rivi�re de Canada et cotes de

    Plan du Port Dauphin et de sa rade

        l'Oc�an en la Nouvelle France

    Plan de la Nouvelle Orleans

    Carte informe du Sault Saint Louis

    Carte de l'Amerique septentrionale

        et d'une partie de l'Ile de Montr�al

    Carte du cours de la riviere du

 

        Saguenay

 

    Carte de l'Isle d'Orleans et du passage

Girouard, Desire. Lake St. Louis old and

        de la traverse dans le Fleuve St.

        new [1893], 46

        Laurent

    [Partial plan of Fort Remy]

    Plan de la ville de Quebec

    Bellin's map of Lake St. Louis

    Cartes des lacs du Canada

    Map of the massacre of Lachine

    Carte du de'troit entre la lac

    Bird's eye view in 1720 [of Isle aux

        Superieur et la lac Huron

        Tourtes]

    Carte des embouchures du Mississippi

    Extract[s] of plan terrier, Ile de

        Partie de la coste de la Louisiane et

        Montreal

        de la Floride

Girouard, Desire. Supplement to "Lake

    Plan de la Baye de Pansacola

        St. Louis" [1903], 47

Charlevoix, Pierre-Francois-Xavier de.

    Deshaies' map, 1686

        Journal of a voyage to North-

    plan du havre- Lisle de Montreal

        America [1761], 21

    Carte generale des paroisses

    A map of the western ocean and part

    Montreal in 1903

        of North America

    Jacques Cartier county in 1903

Chastellux, Fran�ois Jean. Voyages de

Girouard Desire. Le vieux Lachine

        M. le marquis de Chastellux [1786],

        [1889], 48

        23

    Le fort R�my en 1671

    Carte pour servir au journal de Mr.

    Extrait du plan terrier, Isle de

        le marquis de Chastellux

        Montreal

    Carte pour servir au journal de Mr.

 

        le Marquis de Chastellux

 
 

Harrisse, Henry. D�couverte et

 

        �volution cartographique de

Dablon, Claude. Relation de ce qui s'est

        Terre-Neuve [1900], 50

        pass� .... Ies ann�es 1670. & 1671

    Portulan dresse par Giovanni

        [1672], 29

        Benedetto

    Lac Svperievr et avtres lievx ou sont

    La cote nord-est selon La Cosa

        les missions des peres de la Com-

    L'Amerique du nord, carte de

        pagnie de Iesus compris sovs le

        Cantino

        nom d'Ovtaovacs

    Carte de la Bibliotheca Oliveriana

Denys, Nicolas. Description geographi-

    Carte de Pedro Reinel

        que et historique des costes de

    Trac� de Kunstmann No. IV

        l�Amerique septentrionale [1672]

    L'Am�rique du nord selon Miller

    [Acadie] (In facsimile, laid in.), 31

        No. 1

Du Creux, Fran�ois. Historiae cana-

    D�couvertes d'Estevao Gomez

        densis [1664], 33

    Planisphere conserve a Mantoue

    Tabvla Novae Franciae anno 1660,

    Atlas de la Bibliotheca Riccardiana

        [with inset] Pars chorographia

    Mappemonde de S�bastien Cabot

        regionis Hvronvm

    La mappemonde Harleyenne

 

    L'Am�rique du nord selon Desliens

 

    Mappemonde attribu�e a Pierre

Faillon, Etienne Michel. Histoire de la

        Desceliers

        colonie fran�aise en Canada

    Planisph�re de Pierre Desceliers

        [1865-1866], 34

    Carte portugaise du d�pot

    Carte dress�e pour la campagne de

    Livre de marine du pilote Pastoret

        1666 ou sont r�present�s la Lac

    Le Vasseur, 1601

        Champlain

    Guerard, 1632

    Pays des Cinq Nations Iroquoises

    Du Pont, 1625

   

392

 

   Carte de John Dee

Lahontan, Louis Armand. Nouveaux

 

    Carte des pecheries, par Fitz-Hugh

        voyages de Mr le baron de

 

    Exploration du Lieutenant de

        Lahontan [1703], 67

 

        Courcelle

    Carte generale du Canada en petit

 

    Carte du pilote basque Detcheverry

        point

 

    La belle carte du d�pot

    Profil de la ville de Quebec

 

    Critique de la carte de Popple

    Campement de M. de la Barre

 

Hennepin, Louis. Aenmerakelycke

    Village de Iroquois

 

        historische Reys-beschryvinge

    Lac des Hu-rons

 

        [1698], 51

    Carte que les Gnacsitares ont dessine

 

    Carte d'un nouveau monde, entre le

    Lac des Outagamis

 

        �Nouveau Mexique et la mer

    La grand baye de Plaisance

 

        glacialle

    Carte general de Canada

 

Hennepin, Louis. Description de la

Le Beau, Claude. Avantures du Sr. C.

 

        Louisiane [1683], 52

        Le Beau [1738], 70

 

    Carte de la Nouvelle France et de la

    Carte du Canada

 

        Louisiane

Le Clercq, Chrestien. Premier

 

Hennepin, Louis. A new discovery of a

        etablissement de la foy [1691], 73

 

        vast country in America [1698], 54

    Carte general de la Nouvelle France

 

    A map of a large country newly

Lescarbot, Marc. Histoire de la Nouvelle

 

        discovered in the northern America

        France [1618], 78

 

    A map of a new world between

    Figvre de la Terre Nevve, grand

 

        New-Mexico and the frozen sea

        riviere de Canada, et cotes de

 

Hennepin, Louis. Nouveau voyage d'un

        l'ocean en la Nouvelle France

 

        pais plus grand que l�Europe

    Figvre dv Port Royal en la Nowelle

 

        [1698], 55

        France

 

    Carte d'un nouveau monde, entre le

    Figvre dv Port de Ganabara av Brisil

 

        Nouveau Mexique et la mer

    Figure et description de la terre

 

        glacialle

        reconue et habitu�e par les

 

Hennepin, Louis. Nouvelle decouverte

    Frn�ois en la Floride

 

        d'un tres grand pays [1697], 56

   

    Carte d'un tres grand pays entre le

   

        Nouveau Mexique et la mer

McLennan, John Stewart. Louisbourg

 

        glaciale

        from its foundation [1918], 82

 

    Carte d'un tres grand pais nouvelle-

    Carte de l'Isle Royale

 

        ment d�couvert dans l'Amerique

    Plan du havre de Louis-bourg

 

        septentrionale

    Plan du port de Louisbourg

 
 

    Louisbourgh on the Island of Cape

 

Joutel, Henri. Journal historique du

        Breton

 

        dernier voyage [1713], 60

    Port de Louisbourg

 

    Carte nouvelle de la Louisiane et de

    Carte des environs de Louisbourg

 

        la riviere de Missisipi

    Position of Boscawen's large ships,

 

Joutel, Henri. A journal of the last

        June 5th-7th 1758

 

        voyage [1714], 61

    Attack & defence on June 30th, 1758

 

    A new map of the country of

    Attack & defence on July 3rd, 1758

        Louisiana and the River Misisipi

    Attack & defence on July 27th, 1758

 
 

    Plan and section of the gallerys and    

 

Lafitau, Joseph Fran�ois. Moeurs des

        Partie de la baye de Cabarus

 

        sauvages ameriquains [1724], 64

   

    Carte de l'Amerique

    Plan de la ville et du port de

 

Lahontan, Louis Armand. New voyages

        Louisbour

 

        to North America [1703], 65

    Partie de la baye de Gabory

 

    A general map of New France

    Plan de la ville et du port de

 

    A map drawn upon stag-skins by ye

        Louisbourg

 

        Gnacsitares

    Plan de la ville de Louisbourg

 

    Long River

        Siege de Louisbourg

 

    [New France]

Maurault, Olivier. La paroisse histoire

 

    Mr. de la Barre's camp

        de l'eglise [1957], 85

 

    Lake of Hurons

    Plan de Montreal avant 1759

 

    The attack of Quebec

    Plan de Montr�al en 1759

 

    The great bay of Placentia

    Plan du parterre en 1829

 

    New found land

    Plan par terre de Notre-Dame

 
     

393

 

Pouchot, Pierre. M�moires sur la

Sulte, Benjamin. Histoire de la ville des

        derniere guerre [1781], 95

        Trois-Rivieres [1870], 105

    Plan du Fort de Niagara

    [Trois Rivieres and area]

    Plan des attaques du Fort Levis

 

    Carte des frontieres fran�oises et

 

        angloises dans le Canada

Th�venot, Melchisedech. Recueil de

 

        voyages de Mr Thevenot [1681],

 

        106

Roy, Pierre Georges. La ville de Qu�bec

    Carte de la decouverte fait l'an 1663

        [1930], 101

        dans 1'Amerique septentrionale

    Carte de Qu�bec

    Terre Avstralie decouuert l'an 1644

    Abitation de Qvebecq

    Explication de la carte de la

    Carte de la Nouvelle France

        decouverte de la terre d'Ielmer

    New France, 1763

Thevenot, Melchis�dech. Recueil de

    Plan du haut et bas Quebec

        voyages de Mr. Thevenot [1682],

    Plan de Qu�bec

        107

    Quebec, 1700

    Terre Avstralie decouuerte l'an 1644

    Plan des terrains du s�minaire et de

    Carte de la decouverte fait l'an 1663

        la frabrique de Qu�bec

        dans 1'Amerique septentrionale

    Plan de la ville de Quebec

    Explication de la carte de la

    Vue de Quebec

        decouverte de la terre d'Ielmer

   

ENGLISH AND ENGLISH INFLUENCE

   

Achintre, Auguste. L'lle Ste. Helene

    Goderich Upper Canada

        [1876], 113

    Guelf Upper Canada

    Carte de l'Ile Ste H�l�ne

    Niagara River

Anspach, Lewis Amadeus. A history of

    City of Montreal

        the island of Newfoundland [1819]

    City of Quebec

        115

    Map and elevation of the

    A chart of the island of Newfound-

        Shubenacadie elevation from

        land and the coast of Labrador with

        Halifax Harbour to the Basin of

        part of Greenland

        Mines

    A chart of the banks of Newfoundland

    Figurative plan of views of the Island

Atkinson, Christopher. A guide to New

        of St Paul

        Brunswick [1843], 118

    Projected plan of four townships for

    Sketch of the River St. John, with

        emigrant settlements

        the contiguous country

Bouchette, Joseph. A topographical

 

        description of the province of

Beauclerk, Lord Charles. Lithographic

        Lower Canada [1815], 127

        views of military operations [1840]

    Battle of La Fourche or Chateaugay

        120

    Town of William Henry

    Explanatory sketch of Coll. Gore's

    New townships on the Grand or

        operations at St. Denis

        Ottawa River

Borthwick, John. History of Montreal

    Route from Halifax to the River du

        [1897], 124

        Loup on the St. Lawrence

    Plan of Montreal

    Channels from Kingston to Lake

Bosworth, Newton. Hochelaga depicta

        Ontario

        [1839], 125

    York Harbour

    Plan of the town and fortifications of

    Battle of Chrysler's Farm

        �Montreal ... . in 1758

Boulton, D'Arcy. Sketch of His

    �Plan of the city of Montreal

        Majesty's province [1805], 128

 Bouchette, Joseph. The British

    A map of the province of Upper

        dominions in North America

        Canada

        [1831], 126

Bourne, George. The picture of Quebec

    Bytown Ottawa River

        [1831], 129

    Plan and elevation of the Union

    City of Quebec

        Bridges near the falls of Chaudiere

Buckingham, James Silk. Canada, Nova

    York Harbour

        Scotia, New Brunswick [1843], 133

   

394

    Canada and the other British

Gleason, Thomas Henri. The Quebec

        provinces in North America

        directory of 1822 [1822], 168

Burgoyne, John. A state of the

    City of Quebec

        expedition from Canada [1780], 134

Gray, Hugh. Letters from Canada

    A map of the country in which the

        [1809], 171

        army under Lt. General Burgoyne

    Map of Canada

        acted in the campaign of 1777

 

    Plan of the action at Huberton

 

    Position of the detachment . . . at

Haliburton, Thomas. An historical and

       Walmscock near Bennington

        statistical account of Nova-Scotia

    Plan of the encampment and position

        [1829], 175

        of the army . . . at Swords House

    A new map of Nova Scotia

    Plan of the encampment and position

    Plan of the town of Louisbourg

        of the army . . . at Braemus Heights

    Plan of the harbor and fortifications

    Plan of the position . . . at Saratoga

        of Louisbourg

Burn, John. Case of the Right Hon.

    Shubenacadie Canal Line

        Alexander [1833], 135

    Proposed canal from Bay Vert to

    Map of the largest & most valuable

        Cumberland Bason

        portion of the territories in America

    Proposed canal from St. Peters Bay

 

        to Bras d'Or Lake

 

Heriot George Travels through the

Canada Company. Lands in Upper

        Canadas [1807], 182

        Canada [1834], 138

    Map of the River St. Lawrence from

    Map of the townships in the province

        its embouchure to its source

        of Upper Canada

Hind, Henry. Explorations in the

Cartwright, George. A Journal of

        interior of the Labrador Peninsula

        transactions and events [1792], 139

        [1863] 184

    The island of Newfoundland

    Map of the River Moisie and

    A chart of part of the coast of

        adjoining country

        Labrador

    Map of the peninsula of Labrador

Carver, Jonathan. Travels through the

 Howley, M. F. Cabot's voyages [1897?],

        interior parts of North-America

        187

        [1778], 140

    [Map showing the routes of Cabot's

    A new map of North America from

        voyages and possible landfalls]

        the latest discoveries

Hunter, William Stewart. Hunter's

    A plan of Captain Carver's travels m

        Eastern Townships scenery [1860],

        the interior parts o� North America

        187

Chappell, Edward. Voyage of His

    Map showing the different railways

        Majesty s Ship� Rosamond [1818],

        by which the eastern townships . . .

        142

        may be reached

    Map of Newfoundland and the south

Hunter, William Stewart. Hunter's

        coast of Labrador

        Ottawa scenery [1855], 190

 

    [Showing Ottawa area and rail

De Roos, Fred. Fitzgera d. Personal

        connections to American centres]

        narrative of travels in the United

Jefferys, Thomas. The natural and civil

        States [1827], 149

        history of the French dominions

    [Niagara River]

        [1760], 197

    [Niagara Falls and vicinity]

    A map of Canada and the north part

De Veaux, Samuel. The falls of Niagara

        of Louisiana with the adjacent

        [1839], 150

        countries

        Map of Niagara River

    A plan of the city of Quebec

    Dominion of Canada: a guide book

    Plan of the town and fortifications of

        [1884], 154

        Montreal

    Map of part of the dominion of

    A new map of Nova Scotia and Cape

        Canada

        Breton

Dominion of Canada: the Eastern

    A plan of the city and harbour

        Townships [1879], 155

        of Louisburg

    Map of the Eastern Townships

    A plan of the city and fortifications

 

        of Louisburg

 

    An authentic plan of the River St.

The Fenian Raid of 1870 [1870], 161

        Lawrence

    Plan of the field of action, Trout

    North America from the French to

        River

        Mr. d'Anville

   

395

 

    Plan of New Orleans

    Attack of the Havanna

    The West Indies

    Plan of the retaking Newfoundland

    The island of Hispanola

 

    An authentic plan of the town and

 

        harbour of Cap-Francois

Nettle, George. A practical guide for

    Guadaloupe

    emigrants [1850], 235

    Plan of the town of Basseterre

United States

    Martinico

 

    Plan of the town and citadel of

 

        Fort Royal

Pye, Thomas. Canadian scenery: district

    Plan of the town and fort of Grenada

        of Gasp� [1866], 244

    The island and colony of Cayenne

    Map of Gaspe, Magdalen Islands

    Plan of the town of Cayenne and

        Pr. E . Island and part of New

        Fort St. Michel

        Brunswick and Cape Breton

   

Kalm, Pehr. Travels into North America

The Quebec guide [1844], 245

        [1770-1771], 200

    Plan of the city of Quebec

    A new and accurate map of part of

 

        North America

 

Knox, John. An historical journal of the

Report of the commissioners for

        campaigns in North-America

        exploring the Sageunay [1829], 46

    A new and accurate map of the British

    Plan de la riviere du Sageunay, lacs,

        dominions m America

        rivieres et ruisseaux

 

    Sketch of the river Saguenay and

Lambert, John. Travels through Canada

        Lake St. John

        and the United States [1816], 205

Sandham, Alfred. Ville-Marie, or,

    Map of the British settlements and the

        Sketches of Montreal [1870], 256

        United States of North America

    Plan of the town and fortifications of

    Quebec and its environs with the

        Montreal

        operation of the siege

Simcoe, Elizabeth. The diary of Mrs.

Long, John. Voyages and travels of an

        John Graves Simcoe [1934], 263

        Indian interpreter and trader

    Map of Niagara River

        [1791], 210

        Outline of Govemor Simcoe�s route

    Sketch of the western countries of

        from Niagara to Detroit

        Canada

    Plan of York Harbour

 

    Plan showing original Castle Frank

 

    Montreal east to Point du Lac

Mante, Thomas. The history of the late

    Map or route from Three Rivers to

        war in North-America [1772], 217

        Quebec

    Part of the west coast of the island

Simcoe, John Graves. A journal of the

        of Saunt Lucia

        operations of the Queen's Rangers

    Fort Beau Sejour and the adjacent

        [1787], 264

        country

    Quintin's Bridge

    Lake Ontario to the mouth of the

    Hancock's House

        River St. Lawrence

    Kingsbridge

    [Lake George, N.Y. and vicinity]

    March at Philip's Bridge, North River

    A plan of Fort Edward and its

    Oyster Bay

        environs

    Richmond

    Communication between Albany and

    Burrell's Landing

        Oswego

    Petersburg

    Attack on Louisbourg

    Osburn's

    The attack of Ticonderoga

    Spencer's Landing

    Plan of Fort Pitt or Pittsbourg

Stewart, John. An account of Prince

    Guadaloupe

        Edward lsland [1806], 267

    Attack on Quebec

    Prince Edward Island divided into

    A sketch of the Cherokee country

        counties & parishes

    The River Saint Lawrence from Lake

    Ten days in Quebec [1894?] 271

        Ontario to the island of Montreal

        Cherriers new map of Quebec City

    A plan of the attack upon Fort Levi

Thomson, William. Memoirs of the life

    River St. Lawrence from Montreal

        and gallant exploits of the old

        to the island of St. Barnaby

        highlander [1791], 277

    A view of the coast of Martinico

    A plan of Quebec

   

396

 
 

Van Rensselaer, Solomon. A narrative

    Part of the United States of North

        of the affair of Queenstown [1836],

        America

        288

    Plan of the city of Washington

    [The battle at Queenstown, 1812]

    A new map of Upper and Lower

 

        Canada

Wait, Benjamin. Letters from Van

    A plan of the city of Quebec

        Dieman's Land [1843], 289

    An eye sketch of the Falls of Niagara

    Van Dieman's Island

Willis, Nathaniel Parker. Canadian

Weld, Isaac. Travels through the states

        scenery illustrated [1842], 294

        of North America [1799], 291

        Canada

   

EXPLORATION OF THE ARCTIC

   

Back, Sir George. Narrative of the Arctic

Hearne, Samuel. A journey from Prince

        land expedition [1836], 296

        of Wales's Fort [1795], 303

    Map of the discoveries and route of

    A map exhibiting Mr. Hearne's tracks

        the Arctic land expedition

        in his two journies for the discovery

Barrow, Sir John. A chronological

        of the Copper Mine River

        history of voyages into the Arctic

    A plan of the Copper-Mine River

        regions [1818], 297

    A plan of Albany River in Hudson's

    Map of the Arctic regions

        Bay

 

    Plan of Moos River in Hudson's Bay

Chappell, Edward. Narrative of a

    Plan of Slude river

        voyage to Hudson's Bay [1817], 298

 

    Map of the Great Nelson River from

Letters written during the late voyage

        the Great Lake Winnipeg to the

        [1821], 304

        Gull Lake

    Chart of the discoveries made by

 

        Capt. Parry in 1819-20

 

Lyon, George Francis. A brief narrative

Dobbs, Arthur. An account of the

        of an unsuccessful attempt to reach

        countries adjoining to Hudson�s

        Repulse Bay [1825], 305

        Bay [1744], 299

    Chart of Hudson's Strait & Sir Thos.

    A new map of part of North America

    Rowe's Welcome

        from the latitude of 40 to 68 degrees

Lyon, George Francis. The private

 

        journal of Captain G. F. Lyon

Ellis, Henry. A voyage to Hudson's Bay

        [1824], 306

        [1748], 300

    General chart shewing the track of

A new chart of the parts where a

        H. M. ships Fury and Hecla

        North West Passage was sought in

 

        The years 1746 and 1747

Parry, Sir William Edward. Journal of

 

        a second voyage for the discovery

Franklin, Sir John. Narrative of a

        of a North-west passage [1824], 311

        journey to the shores of the Polar

    Entrance to Duke of York Bay

        Sea [1823] 301

    Plan of Hurd Channel

    Route of the expedition from York

    Eskimaux chart no. 1

        Factory to Cumberland House

    Eskimaux chart no. 2

    Route of the expedition from Isle a

    Eskimaux chart no. 3

        la Gross to Fort Providence

    General chart shewing the track of

 

        H, M. ships Fury and Hecla

    A chart of the discoveries & route of

    Chart of the northern shore of

        the northern land expedition

         Hudson's Strait

    An outline to shew the connected

 

        discoveries of Captains Ross, Parry,

    Chart of a part of the north eastern

        & Franklin

        coast of America . . 1821.� 1822

 

    Chart of a part of the north eastern

Goodsir, Robert Anstruther. An Arctic

        coast of America . . . 1822-23

        voyage to Baffin's Bay and

Parry, Sir William Edward. Journal of

        Lancaster Sound [185C], 302

        a third voyage for the discovery of a

    [Map showing the route of the voyage]

        North-west passage [1826], 312

   

397

 

    Survey of part of the Whale-fish

    A plan of the port of Hammerfest in

        Islands

        Lapland

    Port Bowen, re-surveyed A.D. 1825

    A survey of Treurenberg Bay,

    Survey of Neill's Harbour

        Spitzbergen

    Prince Regent's Inlet re-surveyed

    A survey of the principal points on the

Parry, Sir William Edward. Journal of

        northern coast of Spitzbergen

        a Voyage for the discovery of a

 

        North-west passage [1821], 313

Richardson, Sir John. Arctic searching

    General chart shewing the track of

        expedition [1851], 316

        H. M. ships Hecla & Griper

    British North America

    Chart of the discoveries and route

Ross, Sir John. Narrative of a second

        of His Majesty's ships

        voyage in search of a North-west

    Survey of Port Bowen 1819

        passage [1835], 318

    Survey of Winter Harbour Melville

    Comparative chart of the ancient and modern navigators

        �Island

    Chart of the discoveries made in

    �Chart of a part of the western coast

        the Arctic regions

        of Baffins Bay

    Elizabeth Harbour

    Plan of the inlet called the River

    Chart drawn by the natives

        Clyde

    Plan of Felix Harbour

Parry, Sir William Edward. Narrative of

    Victoria Harbour

        an attempt to reach the North Pole

    [Ground plan of the winter

        [1828], 314

        habitation]

   

WESTERN FRONTIER

   

Agassiz, Louis. Lake Superior [1850],

    Map of Canada and part of the

        320

        United States

    Outlines of Lake Superior

 

Argyll, John Douglas. The Canadian

Elliott, Charles. A Trip to Canada

        North-west [1883], 117

        [1887?] 352

    Map of the dominion of Canada

    Sketch map of the dominion of

Armstrong, Louis. Southern Manitoba

        Canada showing the Canadian

        [1880?], 324

        Pacific Railway

    Southern Manitoba & Turtle

 

        Mountain country

 
 

Farming and ranching in the Canadian

Bompas, William Carpenter. Diocese of

        North-west [1888], 354

        Mackenzie River [1888], 331

    Map of the Canadian Pacific Railway

    A map of Canada in dioceses to

    Manitoba and the Northwest

        illustrate the Diocese of Mackenzie

        Territories of Canada

        River

Fitzgerald, James Edward. An examina�-

British Columbia: its present resources

        tion of the charter and proceedings

    [1893], 332

        of the Hudson's Bay Company

    Sketch map of the southern portion

        [1849], 355

        of British Columbia

    British America to Illustrate the

British Columbia: the pacific province

        charter of the Hudson's Bay

        [1884], 333

        Company

    New map of British Columbia

 
 

Grant, George. Ocean to ocean [1873],

Canada. Dept. of� Militia and Defence.

        365

        Report upon the suppression of the

    Thunder Bay to Fort Francis

        rebellion [1886], 338

    Fort Francis to Fort Garry

    Map of part of the dominion of

    Fort Garry to Fort Ellice

        Canada illustrating the use of the

    Fort Ellice to South Saskatchewan

        Canadian Pacific Railway in the

        River

        movement of troops

    South Saskatchewan to Fort Pitt

 

    Fort Pitt to Fort Edmonton

Dominion of Canada: the province of

    Edmonton to Jasper House and

        Manitoba [1879], 154

        Yellow Head Pass

   

398

 

    Yellow Head Pass to Kamloops

    Map of a portion of Rupert's Land

    Kamloops to New Weshninster

Horetzky, Charles. Canada on the

    Straits of Georgia and part of

        Pacific [1874], 378

        Vancouver Island

    Map of British Columbia

    Juan de Fuca Strait to the Pacific

    Approximate secuon between

        Ocean

        Quesnel and Lesser Slave Lake

Great Britain. Colonial Office. Papers

How to get to the Klondyke [1898], 381

        relating to the Red River settlement

    The above map represents the portion

        [1819], 366

        of the water route to the Yukon

    [Western Canada]

    This map is intended to show the . . .

    [Settlement at Red River]

        route from the Atlantic seaboard to

    [Site of affray of 19th June, 1816]

        the Yukon gold mines

 

L'lnsurrection du Nord-ouest 1885

Halkett, John. Statement respecting the

        [1885] 383

        Earl of Selkirk's settlement [1817],

    Fort Pitt

        369

    Carte officielle du theatre de

    Sketch of part of the Hudson's Bay

        l'insurrecuon

        Company's territory

    Fort du Chevreuil

Halkett, John. Statement respecting the

    Fort Ethier

        Earl of Selkirk's settlement [1817],

 

        370

 

    Sketch of part of the Hudsons Bay

Kane, Paul. Wanderings of an artist

        Company's territory

        [1859], 384

Hall Edward. Lands of plenty in the

    Map to illustrate Mr. Kane's travels

        new north-west [1880], 371

        in the terntory of the Hudson's

 

        Bay Company

    Map of the dominion of Canada���������������

 

Hanmon, Daniel Williams. A journal of

 

        Voyages and travels [1820], 374

Lees, James. B.C. 1887 [1888], 390

    Map of the interior of North America

    The south-eastern portion of British

Hind, Henry. Narrative of the Canadian

        Columbia

        Red River exploring expedition

 

        [1860], 376

McDonald Archibald. Peace River

    Map to illustrate a Narrative of the

        [1872]; 392

        Canadian Red River Exploring

    Briush North America

        Expedition

MacDonell, Alexander. A narrative of

    Plan of Selkirk Settlement

        transactions in the Red River

    Plan of the fishing lakes, Qu'Appelle

        country [1819], 394

        River

    A map of part of the Indian territories

    Plan shewing; the junction of the

        in North America

        Qu'Appelle Valley with the

Macdougall's guide to Manitoba

        Saskatchewan

        [1880], 396

    Plan shewing the Grand Rapid of the

    The most direct route from Liverpool

        Saskatchewan

        to the great northwest

    Map of the country from Lake

    Map of part of Manitoba and the

        Superior to the Pacific Ocean

        north west territory

    Geological map of a part of Rupert's

Macdougall's illustrated guide [1882],

        Land

        397

    Profile of Kaministiquia route

    Map of a portion of the province of

    Profile of country along the dotted

        Manitoba

        line A.B. on geological map

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander. Voyages from

    Profile of Qu'Appelle Valley

        Montreal [1801], 400

    Profile of Pigeon-River route

    A map of America between Latitudes

Hind, Henry. North-west territory

        40 and 70 North

        [1859], 377

    A map of Mackenzie track from Fort

    Track survey of the Saskatchewan

        Chipewyan to the North Sea

        between Cedar Lake & Lake

    A map of Mackenzie's track from Fort

        Winnipeg

        Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean

    Track survey of the Qu'Appelle

Martin, Robert. The Hudson's Bay

        Valley from Sand Hill Lake

        territories and Vancouver s Island

        westward

        [1849], 403

    Geological map of a portion of

    Map of the British possessions in

        Rupert's Land

        North America

   

399

 

Masson, Louis. Les bourgeois de la

    Sketch of the lower portion of White

        Compagnie du Nord-Ouest

        Fish River

        [1889-90], 404

    [Unidentified lake, showing camp of

    Map of the Northwest Territories

        28th June, 1857]

Meares, John. Voyages made in the

    [Showing route Lake Superior to

        years 1788 and 1789 [1790], 405

        Rainy Lake]

    A chart of the northern Pacific Ocean,

    [Showing route Rainy Lake to Fort

        containing the N.E. coast of Asia &

        Alexander]

        N.W. coast of America

    Shewing the structure of the

    Chart of the N.W. coast of America &

        Kakabeka Falls

        N.E. coast of Asia

    So. branch of R. Saskatchewan

    Sketch of Friendly Cove in Nootka

    Map of Winnipeg Lake Basin

        Sound

Pike, Warburton. Through the

    A sketch of Port Cox in the district of

        Subarctic forest [1896], 415

        Wlcananish

    Map of the Pelly Lakes and

    A plan of Port Effingham in Berkley's

        surrounding districts

        Sound

    Map of Alaska

    A view of Otter Sound

Portlock, Nathaniel. A voyage round the

    A plan of Sea Otter Harbour and St.

        world [1789], 416

        Patrick's Bay

    A chart of the north west coast of

    A view of Port Meares

        America

    A sketch of Raft-Cove

    Plan of Graham's harbour and Coal

 

        Bay

A new route from Europe to the interior

    Sketch of McLeod's Harbour

        of North America [1881], 408

    Sketch of part of the west side of

 

        Montagu Island

    Map of the dominion of Canada���������������

 
 

    A sketch of Port Etches

Nicolay Charles. The Oregon territory

    A sketch of Brooks Harbour

        [1846], 409

    Sketch of Portlocks & Gouldings

    [Vancouver Island, coastal Oregon]    

        Harbor�s

    [British Columbia, Oregon Territory���������

 

        northern California]

Province du Manitoba et territoire du

 

        Nord-ouest [1878], 418

 

    Map of Canada and part of the

 

        United States

On the prairie section of the Grand����������

 

        Trunk Pacific Railway [1909], 410

 

    On the prairie section of the Grand

 

        Trunk Pacific Railway

Rattray, Alexander. Vancouver Island

 

        and British Columbia [1862], 421

 

    Sketch map of Vancouver Island

Palliser, John. Exploration-British

        and British Columbia

        North America. Further papers

    Climate chart to illustrate the

        [1860], 411

        prevailing winds at Vancouver

    Saskatchewan rivers and Rocky

        Island

        Mountains

    The Riel Rebellion 1885 [1885], 427

    Sketch map showing the routes of

        Fort Pitt

        Captn. John Palliser

        Fish Creek

    The Kootenay and Boundary Passes

        Scene of the fight at Cut Knife Hill

        of the Rocky Mountains

        [Batoche he and surrounding area]

Palliser, John. Exploration-British

        Batoche

        North America. The journals

        Fort Red Deer

        [1863], 412

        [Map of the area involved in the

    A general map of the routes in British

            Rebellion]

        North America

Robson, Joseph. An account of six years

    Geological sketch of the south east of

        residence [1752], 428

        Vancouver Island

    A draught of Nelson and Hayes's

    Geological sketch map of Nanaimo

        rivers

    Plan of Nanaimo shewing the coal

    A draught of Churchill River

        mines

Ross, Alexander. Adventures of the first

Palliser, John. Exploration-British

        settlers [1849], 429

        North America. Papers [1860]], 413

    Map of the Columbia to illustrate

    Country between the Red River

        Ross's Adventures

        Settlement and the Rocky

Ross, Alexander. The fur hunters of the

        Mountains

        far west [1855], 430

   

400

 

    Map of the Oregon to illustrate Ross's

A chart shewing part of the coast of

        Fur hunters of the far west

    N.W. America. . . from Lat. 38�

Russell, Alexander. The Red River

    15N. and Long. 237� 27'E.

        country [1869], 432

A chart shewing part of the coast of

    �The dominion of Canada and

    N.W. America. �from Lat. 45�

        Northwest & Hudson's Bay

    30' N. and Long. 236� 12' E.

        Territories

A chart shewing part of the coast of

Russell, Alexander. The Red River

    N.W. America�from Lat. 51�

        country [1870], 433

    45' N. and Long. 232� 08' E.

    The dominion of Canada and

A chart shewing part of the coast of

        �Northwest & Hudson's Bay

    N.W. America� from Lat. 30�

        Territories

    00' N. and Long. 244� 32' E.

 

A chart shewing part of the coast of

 

    N.W. America. . . from the Lat.

St. John, Molyneux. The province of

    of 59� 30' North & Long. 207˚

        British Columbia [1886?], 435

    20� East

    Map of British Columbia

A chart shewing part of the coast of

    Map of the Canadian Pacific

    N.W. America. . . from Lat. 59�

        Railway

    45'N. and Long. 219˚ 30' E.

Simpson, Sir George. Narrative of a

A chart shewing part of the coast of

        journey round the world [1847], 440

    N.W. America . . . from Lat. 57�

    Map shewing the author's route

    07 1/2' N. and Long. 227˚ oo' E.

Spence, Thomas. Manitoba and the

A chart shewing part of the coast of

        �North-west of the dominion [1876],

    N.W. America�from Lat. 290

        �444

    54'N. and Long. 244� 33'E.

    Map of Canada and part o� the

A chart of the Sandwich Islands

        United States

Voorhis, Ernest. Historic forts and

 

        trading posts [1930], 457

 

    Map of Mississippi and Ohio valleys

Turner-Turner, J. Three years'hunting

        showing chain of historic French

        and trapping [1888], 453

        forts

    Map shewing author's route [British

    Map of Canada showing historic forts

        Columbia]

        and trading posts

    Zoo-geographical map [British

 

        Columbia]

Waddington, Alfred. Overland route

 

        through British North America

 

        [1868], 458

Vancouver, George. A voyage of

    Map of projected overland railroad

        discovery to the north Pacific

        through British North America

        Ocean [1798], 455

    Western Canada: Manitoba, Assiniboia

    Hergest's Island

        [1894?], 461

        A chart shewing part of the S.W.

    Map of western Canada including

coast of New Holland

        part of Manitoba

   

401

 
 

Cartographer Index

This index includes all cartographers explicitly named in the maps.

 

Arrowsmith, Aaron, 369, 370

L'Hermitte, 82

Arrowsmith, John, 187, 296, 376, 592,

Hillier, William, 298

       400

 

Artists Illustrators Ltd., 82

Jefferys, Thomas, 125, 197

 

Johnston, J., 396

Back, Sir George, 296, 301

Jorgensen, Gotfred, 332

Baker, Joseph, 455

Joutel, Henri, 60, 61

Bellin, Nicholas, 20, 46

 

Benedetto, Giovanni, 50

Kendall, E. N., 305

Boisseau, Jean, 101

Kitchin, Thomas, 203

Bouchette, Joseph, 126, 127

Kunstmann, Dr., 50

Bourdon, Jean, 101

 

Bushnan, J., 311, 313

LaCosa,Juan de, 50

 

Lambert, John, 205

Cabot, Sebastien, 50

Lartique, Sieur, 82

Cantino, Alberto, 50

Larue, A., 245, 246

Catalogne, M. de, 48

Le Beau, Claude, 70

Champlain, Samuel de, 16, 17, 34, 101

Le Vasseur, Gudlaume, 50

Crevier, Joseph Alexandre, 113

L�ry, M. de, 101

 

Lescarbot, Marc, 34, 78

 

Liebaux, 106, 107

Davis, W. H., 246

Lott, C.S.

De Galinn�, M. M., 34����������������������������

 

Desceliers, Pierre, 50

Medcalfe, Mr., 134

Desliens, Nicolas, 50������������������������������

 

Dezeteux, Mr., 23

Pelletier, David, 17

Dupont, Jean, 50

Portlock,Nathaniel,416

Durnford, Lieut., 134�����������������������������

 
 

Reinel, Pedro, 50

Ellis, Henry, 300

Rinfret, Gustav, 404

 

Roberts, Edward, 455

Ferrer Maldonado, Lorenzo, 297

Ross, Sir John, 318

Fitz-Hugh, Augustin, 50

Rouillard, I., 73

Foott, R. H., 314

Rowe, 115

Funter, 405

 
 

Sherer, Josh, 312

Gerlach, P., 134

Spencer, G., 264

Gomez, Estevao, 50

 

Gu�rard, Jean, 50

Waddington, Alfred, 458

 

Wedgborough, 405

Haig, H. de H., 338

Weller, F. S., 415

Hamel, J., 129

Wilkinson, W. C., 134

Hanna, James, 405

Williams, R. T., 435

Haywood, J., 405

Wyld, James, 135

Head, H. N., 312

 

Hearne, Samuel, 303

Young, Captain, 82

   

403

Illustrator Index

Artists, lithographers, engravers and photographers are indexed, using the most complete name possible. In some cases only initials or surnames were used in signing a work, and it was not possible to discover the full name.

 

Adlard, Henry, 294

Brandard, Robert, 294, 318

Alderson, Capt., 176

British American Bank Note Co., 154

Aldring, 23

Brodeur, A. S., 46

Alexander, W., 455

Brooks, Vincent, 384, 421

Allan & Ferguson, 245

Buell, Prof., 435

Allen, James Baylie, 294

Bufford, J. H. (Boston), 189, 190

American Bank Note Co., 328, 337, 375

Bulman Bros. (Winnipeg), 381

Andrew, John, 191

Burland Desbarats Lith. Co.

Andrew, John, 153, 191

(Montreal), 113, 396

Annin & Smith, 374

Burland Lithographic Co. (Montreal),

Archambault, H. E., 46

154, 323, 349, 371, 397, 408, 435

Armstrong P. E. Co., 46

Bushnan, J., 311

Armytage, J. C., 294, 318

 

Arrowsmith, Aaron, 369, 370

Cabot, G. Elliot, 320

Arrowsmith, John, 376, 411, 413

Campbell, A. (Glasgow), 118

Art Engraving Co., 375

Canada Bank Note Co., 338

Avery, 358

Canet, P. C., 82

 

Carter, James, 294

B., A., 337

Cartwright, 182

Back, Sir George, 296

Carver, Jonathan, 140

Baker, B., 455

Cassel, S., 182

Barnes, Percy, 47

Challis, Ebenezer, 294

Bartlett, William Henry, 133, 294

Chevalier, William, 318

Basire, James, 366

Christie, P., 125

Bauer, Franz, 315

Clark, I., 313

Baynes, Thomas Mann, 149

Clarke, Angelica, 142

Beechey, Frederick William, 313

Commercial Photo-Eng. Co.

Beechey, William, 405

(Philadelphia), 169

Bell, G., 256

Cond�, Pierre, 400

Benjamin, E., 294

Cooper, C., 414

Bennet, Edward, 168

Courier Co. (Buffalo, N.Y.), 124

Bennett, W. J., 127

Courry, 23

Bentley, Joseph Clayton, 133, 294

Cousen, Charles, 294

Bestland, Charles, 405

Cousen, John, 133, 224, 294, 318

Beyer, Leopold, 62

Cowan, Henry, 245

Bishop Co. (Winnipeg), 375

Cramer, Felix, 256

Bishop, George, Engraving and Printing

Curtis, John, 301, 315

Co. (Montreal), 48

 

Bouchette, Joseph, 1774-1841, 126, 127

Damoreau, Charles F., 443

Bouchette, Joseph, 1798-1879, 126

Damoreau Eng., 329

Boudan, Louis, 63, 73

Dartnell, George, 147

Bourne, Adolphus, 176

Davidson, Mrs. David, 46

Bouttats, Gaspar, 51

De Roos, Fred. Fitzgerald, 149

Bradshaw, S., 294

Desbarats Eng. (Montreal), 124

Brandard, John, 317, 318

Desbrulins, 20

   

405

        Heath, James, 455

Meisenbach, 337, 352

        Heddington, T., 455

Metz, Conrad, 405

        Heriot, George, 182

Meyer, 169

        Hesse 337

Miller, T., 203

        Hilton William, the elder, 139

Millot, I., 78

        Hime, Humphrey Lloyd, 376

Moll, Herman, 65

        Holl, Benjamin, 294

Morrison, 169

        Hood, Lieut., 301

Mortimer, A. (Ottawa), 397

        Hopkins, Frances Ann, 365

Moss Engraving Co., 124, 333, 375, 461

        Hoppner, Capt., 312, 313

Mossman, William, 133, 294

   

406

 
 

Desobry, P., 129��

Horder, 256

 

Dheulland, Guillaume, 15, 20

Hughes, William, 294

 

Ditmus, P., 246

Hullmandel, Charles-Joseph, 311

 

Dix, John, 153

Humphries, H., 455

 

Dodd, 416

Hund, Frederick, 487

 

Drayton, I. B., 291

Hunter, William Stewart, 189, 190, 191

 

Duncan, James, 125

 
 

Durnford, Jane, 47

Illman, T., 270

   

Inman, Henry, 270

 

Edelinck, Jan, 83

Ireland, T., 13

 

Engleheart, Francis, 127

Isac, Jasper, 102

 

Engleheart, L. D., 126, 127

 
   

Jefferys, Thomas, 197, 217, 428

 

Faden, William, 134, 139

Jones, J., 176

 

Faulkner, Benjamin Rawlinson, 317

June J., 82

 

Felter, John D., 434

 
 

Finden, Edward, 296, 301, 305, 306, 311,

Kane, Paul, 384

 

312, 314 318

Kendall, E. N., 305

 

Finlayson, Mrs. John, 431

Kernot, J. H., 318

 

Fisher, Samuel, 318

Kitchin, Thomas, 21, 217

 

Fittler, James, 455

Kroupa, Bohuslav, 365

 

Flaum, H. P., 47

 
 

Fleming, John, 376

Lambert, John, 205

 

Foot, T., 405, 455

Landseer, John, 455

 

Ford & George, 302

Laughlin, J. E., 395

 

Ford & West, 430, 431

Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 400

 

Fuhrich, Josef von, 62

Le Keux, John Henry, 294

   

Lee, 497

 

George & Co., 429

Leggo & Co. Seeam-lith. (Montreal),

 

Gibson, J., 200

392

 

Giles Co., 124

Leney, William Satchwell, 257, 374

 

Gimber & Dick, 4

Lewis, Frederick Christian, the elder,

 

Girouard, D�sir�, 47

182

 

Graf, C., 279

Lodge, J., 217

 

Griffiths, Henry, 133, 294

London, 256

 

Gu�rard, Nicolas, 52

Longmate, Barak, Jumr., 416

   

Louise, Princess, Duchess of Argyll, 154

 

H., W, 124

Lover, Samuel, 216

 

Haghe, Charles 126

Lyman, Roswell C., 47

 

Haghe, Louis, 296

Lyon, George Francis, 305, 306, 311

 

Hall, S., 316

 
 

Hamerton, Robert Jacob, 279

M., T., 416

 

Hamersley, James Astbury, 147

Maclear & Co. (Toronto), 377, 434

 

Hanhart Chromolith, 184

Mariette, Pierre-Joseph, 83

 

Harper Bros., 427

Marher, 34

 

Harrison, W., 416

Matthews Northrup Co. (Buffalo,

 

Hart Robert, 317

N.Y.),461

 

Hartnell, Nathaniel,120

Maude, John, 224

 

Hawkins, B. Waterhouse, 296

Maverick, Peter, 179

 

Haynes, 340

Mazell, Peter, 416

 

Head, H. N., 312

Meares, John, 405

 

Hearne, Samuel, 303

Measom, C., 206

 

Heath, Charles, 459

Medland, Thomas, 139

Mynde, J., 300

Sproule, Robert Auchmaty, 176

 

Stadler, T. C., 182

Neele, Samuel John, 171, 182, 303, 455

Storm, 169

Neels & Son, 304, 307

Stothard, Thomas, 405

Netherclift, J. & Son, 440

Strand Engraving Co., 415

Notman, 161

Sutherland, Fred William, 364

 

Swain, J., 453

Owen, R., 317

Swelinck, Jan, 78

Owen, W. C., 302

Sykes, J., 455

   

Palmer, 405

Tappan & Bradford's Lith., 320

Parry, T. S., 405

Thompson, J., 126

Parsons, 358

Thomson, Paton, 291

Photo-Engraving Co. (New York), 328,

Tingle, James, 294

340

Topham, Francis William, 294

Pollard, Robert, the elder, 405

Torbett, Charles W., 175

Pouncy, Benjamin Thomas, 455

Toronto Engraving Co., 188, 375

Pye, Thomas, 244

 
 

Van der Gucht, Michael, 54

Radclyffe, Charles, 447

Van Vianen, I., 18, 51

Radclyffe, Edward, 294

Vasey, G. G., 377

Radclyffe, William, 318, 447

Velten, H., 169

Rand, McNally & Co. (Chicago), 396

Vervier Fils, 82

Read, W., 262, 318

Vranen, J. V., 56

Reid, 169

 

Reid, J., 416

Wadsworth, Daniel, 262

Richardson, G. K., 294

Walker, J., 127, 297, 301, 305, 311, 313,

Richardson, J. H., 289

377, 383, 427

Roberts, Edward John, 294

Walker, J. & C., 126, 312, 314

Roberts & Reinhold (Montreal), 244

Walker, John Henry, 124, 161, 231, 249

Rooker, Michael Angelo, 140

Wallis, Robert, 133, 294

Room, H., 294

Warne, W. L., 184

Ross, Sir John, 317, 318

Warner, J., 182, 455

Rosser, Thos. L., 340

Waud, Alfred R., 191

Roussell, 52

Weeks Co., 169

Russell, A. J., 176

Weir, Robert (Glasgow), 99

 

Weir, Robert Walter, 4

Sanders, John, 303, 405

Welch, W. J., 188

Sands, Robert, 294

Weld, Isaac, 291

Saunders, John, 303, 405

Weller, Edward, 184, 376, 390

Sawyer, William, 161

Wells, John, 405

Say, William, 318

Westall, William, 313

Schroeder, 3~74

White, E., 333

Sewall, W. S., 176

White, W. J., 219

Shirwin, W., 416

Whymper, Charles, 117, 154, 415

Simcoe, Elizabeth, 263

Wilkinson, W. S., 318

Smillie, James Jr., 129, 245, 246

Willmore, James Tilbitts, 294, 318

Smith, H., 377

Wilson, Daniel, 365

Smith, J., 142, 298

Wiseman, James Lovell, 96, 124

Smith, John., 294

Woodcock, J., 416

Smith, Rolph & Co. (Toronto), 371,

Wright, Thomas, 82

396, 397

Wyld, James, 135, 403

Sonrel, Antoine, 320

 

Springsgoth, T., 459

Zimmaman, 427

   

407

 

Publisher Index

All publishers are indexed, and where possible the locations of their firms are given.

Ainsworth, William Harrison
     (London), 149
Almon, J. (London), 81, 134
Anderson John (Edinburgh), 335, 363
Anners, Henry F. (Philadelphia), 273
Armour and Ramsay (Montreal), 100
Arnold, Edward (London & New
       York), 415
Ashby, H. (London), 267
Auroy, Amable (Paris), 71, 72, 73
Avery, William L. (Saint John, N.B.),
       272

Baker, J. (London), 61
Baldwin, R. (London), 575
Baldwin, Cradock and Joy (London),
       205
Barrie Examiner Printing and
Publishing House (Barrie, Ont.), 402
Barry, Mr. (Glasgow), 428
Becket, T (London), 24, 165
Bell, A. (London), 61
Bell & Bain (Glasgow), 214
Bentley, M., J Tonson, H. Bonwicke,
T. Goodwin, S. Manship (London),
       53 54
Bentley, Richard (London), 126, 206,
       343, 401, 447
Bew, J. (London), 575
Bibliotheque Paroissiale (Montreal), 34
Bird, John (London), 159
Bishop, George & Co. (Montreal), 256
Blackwood, William (Edinburgh), 205
Bonwicke, H. (London), 53, 54, 65
Boone, T. and W. (London), 403
Bouquet, J. (London), 428
Brendon, William and Son (Plymouth),
       352
Brett, George (London), 308
Briggs, William (Toronto), 375, 385
British Columbia. Dept. of Agriculture, 333
British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and
       Works, 332
Broedelet, Guillaume (Utrecht), 56
Browne, D. (London), 290
Buckley & Allan (Halifax, N.S.), 371

409

Bureau des Mélanges Religieux
       (Montreal), 91

Buckley & Allan (Halifax, N.S.), 371
Cadell, T. and W. Davies (London),
       400
Cadieux & Derome (Montreal), 96
Campbell, James & Son (Toronto), 365
Campbell, Rollo (Montreal), 239
Canada. Dept. of Agriculture, 137, 154,
       155, 323, 349, 397, 418, 439
Canada. Dept. of the Interior, 460
Carey T. (Montreal), 387
Carvill, C. & C. & H. (New York), 270
Chambers, W. & R. (London &
       Edinburgh), 362
Chapman and Hall (London), 388
Coates C. W. (Montreal), 375, 395
Cobbett and Morgan (London), 400
Colburn, Henry (London), 440
Colburn, Henry and Richard Bentley
       (London), 126, 343
The Colonist Printing and Publishing
       Co. (Victoria, B.C.), 332
Constable, Archibald and Co.
       (Edinburgh), 367, 437
Copeland-Chatterson-Crain Ltd.
       (Ottawa), 410
Cowan, William and Son (Quebec),
       245
Creech, W. (Edinburgh), 400
Crocker & Brewster (Boston), 288
Cumming, J. (Dublin), 205
Curry, William Jun. and Company
(Dublin), 160, 216

Davies, W. (London), 400
Dawson Brothers (Montreal), 145, 371,
       378, 392
Debrett, John (London), 575
Dehondt P A (London), 24
Desbarats, G. E. (Montreal), 432, 433
Desbarats Lith. & Publg. Co
       (Montreal) 418, 444
Dodsley, J. (London), 21, 114, 132
Dodsley R. and J. (London) 21, 114
Drysdale Wm. & Co (Montreal), 202

   

Duncan, Robert & Co. (Hamilton,

Killam, John (Yarmouth, N.S.), 329

       Ont.), 371

Kincaid, Mr. (Edinburgh),428

Durie, J. & Son (Ottawa), 371, 392

Kirk & Mergein (New York), 257

Duvernay, Ludger (Montreal), 88, 226

Knight, Charles & Co. (London), 280,

 

       409

Earl, William (Wisbech, Eng.), 337

 

�dition des Dix (Montreal), 87

Langley, J. & H. G. (New York), 273

Edwards, J. (London), 455

Lea and Blanchard (Philadelphia), 441

 

Leavitt, Lord & Co. (New York), 288

Faden, William (London), 126, 127

Lintott, B. (London), 61

Firmin-Didot et Cie. (Paris), 86

Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans

Fisher, Son & Co. (London and Paris),

       (London), 316

       133

Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans

Flint,A. (London),120

       and Roberts (London), 384

Fothergill, Charles (Toronto), 177

Longman, Green, Longman and

Foyer Canadien (Quebec), 35

       Roberts (London), 376

 

Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts

Gallagher, D. (Montreal), 124

       & Green (London), 184

Gazette Printing Company (Montreal),

Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme

       123

       (London), 171, 335, 363, 437

Gazette Printing House (Montreal),

Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown

       339

       and Green (London), 269

Goodwin, T. (London), 53 54, 65

Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green

Gould, Kendall and Lincoln (Boston),

       (London), 126, 224

       320

Longman, T. N. and O. Rees (London),

Goulding, George (London), 416

       181

Grand Trunk Railway Company of

Longmans, Green and Co. (London and

       Canada, 410

       New York), 390

Greig, William (Montreal), 125

Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer

Griffiths, R. (London), 208

       (London), 458

Grip Printing and Publishing Co.

Lovell, John (Montreal), 189, 207

       (Toronto), 121

Lovell, John & Son (Montreal), 169

 

Low, Sampson (London), 25

Harlowe, E. (London), 575

 

Harper, J. & J. (New York), 4

Macdougall, W. B. (Winnipeg), 396,

Haszard, James D. (Charlottetown,

       397

       P.E.I.), 243

Maclure & Co. (London), 453

Hatchard and Son (London), 135

Macmillan and Co. (London), 82

Hatchards (London), 322

Macmillan, J. & A. (Saint John, N.B.),

Hayden, William B. (Buffalo, N.Y.),

       371

       150

Manship, S. (London), 53, 54, 65

Hebert, Geo. (London), 242

Manwaring, George (London), 204

Henderson, A. (London), 116

Marcotte, S. (Quebec), 444, 452

Hibben, T. N. (Victoria, B.C.), 345

Mawman, Joseph (London), 142, 298

Historical Society, B.N.A. (St.

Mears, W. (London), 290

       Catharines, Ont.), 225

Millan, J. (London), 251, 253

Hovey, Albert Henry (Toronto), 329

Millar, A. (London), 156

How, Jeremiah (London), 147

Milliken, John (Dublin), 252, 442

Howe,Joseph (Halifax,N.S.), 175

Monge, Joseph (Paris), 63

Howell, Edwd. (Liverpool), 235

Moore, William (Quebec), 493

Huestis, S. F. (Halifax, N.S.), 375, 395

Murray, John (London), 178, 296, 297,

Hunter, William Stewart (Toronto),

       301, 305, 306, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314,

       189, 190       

       315, 370, 414, 417

Hunter, Rose & Company (Toronto),

 

       371, 443

National Publishing Company

Hurst, Robinson and Co. (London), 367

       (Toronto), 122

 

Neilson, John (Quebec), 468

Jewett, Henry P. B. (Cleveland), 191

Neilson, William (Quebec), 351

Jewett, John P. & Co. (Boston), 191

Nelson Valley Railway and Trans�

Jones, John (Montreal), 7, 59

       portation Company (Montreal), 408

Jones & Co. (Montreal), 119

Newby, T. C. (London), 279

 

Nichols, Richard (Wakefield), 224

Kent, W. & Co. (London), 352

Nisbet, James & Co. (London), 326

Oliver and Boyd (Edinburgh), 160, 186,

Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. (London),

Ontario Publishing Co. (Toronto), 263

Smith, J. (Dublin),428

 

Smith, Elder & Co. (London), 281, 421,

Parsons & Richardson (Winnipeg), 371

       429, 430, 431

Payne, J. (London), 428

Smith, Taylor and Co. (Bombay), 281

Pepie, Robert (Paris), 104

Society for Promoting Christian

Peterborough-House Press (London),

       Knowledge (London), 331

       277

Stalker, Charles (London), 454

Phillips, Richard, 182

Stevens, Henry, Son & Stiles (London),

Phillips, Sir Richard and Co. (London),

       50

       262, 304, 307

Stevenson, Adam & Co. (Toronto), 392

Pioneer Press Publishing Co. (St. Paul,

Stockdale, John (London), 164, 291

       Minn.),340

       416

Porter & Coates (Philadelphia), 167

Strahan, Andrew and T. Cadell

Potts, James (Montreal), 230

(London), 303

La Presse (Montreal), 391

Strahan, G. (London), 290

Presses de l�Ordre (Montreal), 3

Strahan, W. and T. Cadell (London)

Propri�taires du Monde, 383

       217

 

Stuart, D. & D. (London), 277

Quebec (Province). Archives, 101

 
 

Th�rien Fr�res Limit�e (Montreal), 85

Ranlet, Henry (Exeter), 254

Thompson & Moreau (New York), 360

Redfield (New York), 358

Thomson, Hugh Christopher (Kingston

Rees, O. (London), 181

       Ont.), 276

Religious Tract Society (London), 117

Thomson Stationery Co.,Ld.

Ridgway, James (London), 438

       (Vancouver), 361

Riley, I. (New York), 179

Times Office (Parkdale), 364

Robertson, J. S. & Bros. (Whitby,Ont.),

Tims, Richard Moore (Dublin), 183

       319

Tonson, J. (London), 53, 54

Robinot, Estienne (Paris), 60

Tooke, B. (London), 65

Robinson, G. G. and J. (London), 455

 

Robinson, J. (London), 241, 299, 309,

University of Toronto Library, 9, 146

       455

Upper Canada Religious Tract & Book

Rose Publishing Co. (Toronto), 319,

Society (Toronto), 286

Rose Belford Publishing Co. (Toronto),

Virtue, George (London), 294

Ruthven, P. and W. ( Quebec), 129

Walter J. (London), 405

 

Webster, A. W. (London), 317, 318

Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle

Weir, Robert (Glasgow), 99

       (London), 365

White, B. (London), 223

Sanderson, George Rivers (Toronto),

Whitridge, H. (London), 300

       434

Whittaker,G.&W.B. (London), 186

Saunders and Odey (London), 194

Wilgus, A. W. (Buffalo), 289

Saunders, Trelawney (London), 355

Williams, R. T. (Victoria, B.C.), 333

Schouten, Anthony (Utrecht), 51, 55

Wilson, D. (London), 24

Seeley, L. B. (London), 459

Witness Printing House (Montreal),

Sewell, J. (London), 575

       161

Sheppard, J. and J. Milliken (Dublin),

Wotton, M. (London), 65

Simpkin and Marshall (London), 160,

Young,E.&J.B.&Co. (New York),

       216

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