The Winning of Popular Government A Chronicle of the Union of 1841
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The Winning of Popular Government A Chronicle of the Union of 1841

By Archibald MacMechan
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  • Burning of the Parliament Buildings, Montreal, 1849. From a colour drawing by C. W. Jefferys
  • THE WINNING OF POPULAR GOVERNMENT
    • A Chronicle of the Union of 1841
      • BY
    • BY
    • ARCHIBALD MACMECHAN
      • TORONTO GLASGOW, BROOK & COMPANY 1916
      • TO ROBERT ALEXANDER FALCONER PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO STUDENT OF HISTORY AND ENCOURAGER OF HISTORIANS
    • TORONTO GLASGOW, BROOK & COMPANY 1916
    • TO ROBERT ALEXANDER FALCONER PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO STUDENT OF HISTORY AND ENCOURAGER OF HISTORIANS
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • CHAPTER I
        • DURHAM THE DICTATOR
        • The Earl of Durham. After the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
      • DURHAM THE DICTATOR
      • The Earl of Durham. After the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
      • CHAPTER II
        • POULETT THOMSON, PEACEMAKER
        • Lord Sydenham. From an engraving by G. Browning in M'Gill University Library.
      • POULETT THOMSON, PEACEMAKER
      • Lord Sydenham. From an engraving by G. Browning in M'Gill University Library.
      • CHAPTER III
        • REFORM IN THE SADDLE
        • Sir Charles Bagot. From an engraving in the Dominion Archives.
        • Sir Charles Metcalfe. After a painting by Bradish
      • REFORM IN THE SADDLE
      • Sir Charles Bagot. From an engraving in the Dominion Archives.
      • Sir Charles Metcalfe. After a painting by Bradish
      • CHAPTER IV
        • THE GREAT ADMINISTRATION
        • Charles, Earl Grey. From the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
        • Sir Louis H. LaFontaine. After a photograph by Notman
      • THE GREAT ADMINISTRATION
      • Charles, Earl Grey. From the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
      • Sir Louis H. LaFontaine. After a photograph by Notman
      • CHAPTER V
        • THE PRINCIPLE ESTABLISHED
        • The Earl of Elgin. From a daguerreotype
      • THE PRINCIPLE ESTABLISHED
      • The Earl of Elgin. From a daguerreotype
      • EPILOGUE
      • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
      • INDEX
    • CHAPTER I
      • DURHAM THE DICTATOR
      • The Earl of Durham. After the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
    • DURHAM THE DICTATOR
    • The Earl of Durham. After the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
    • CHAPTER II
      • POULETT THOMSON, PEACEMAKER
      • Lord Sydenham. From an engraving by G. Browning in M'Gill University Library.
    • POULETT THOMSON, PEACEMAKER
    • Lord Sydenham. From an engraving by G. Browning in M'Gill University Library.
    • CHAPTER III
      • REFORM IN THE SADDLE
      • Sir Charles Bagot. From an engraving in the Dominion Archives.
      • Sir Charles Metcalfe. After a painting by Bradish
    • REFORM IN THE SADDLE
    • Sir Charles Bagot. From an engraving in the Dominion Archives.
    • Sir Charles Metcalfe. After a painting by Bradish
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE GREAT ADMINISTRATION
      • Charles, Earl Grey. From the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
      • Sir Louis H. LaFontaine. After a photograph by Notman
    • THE GREAT ADMINISTRATION
    • Charles, Earl Grey. From the painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
    • Sir Louis H. LaFontaine. After a photograph by Notman
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE PRINCIPLE ESTABLISHED
      • The Earl of Elgin. From a daguerreotype
    • THE PRINCIPLE ESTABLISHED
    • The Earl of Elgin. From a daguerreotype
    • EPILOGUE
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • INDEX
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