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Transcripts, — General correspondence, reports and returns, petitions, leases and miscellaneous. M: Mines, mining, and mineral resources. Microfilm, — Records received from various government offices and material that had been stored in Province House formed the nucleus of the collection.
Funds for the operation of the archives are provided by an annual vote of the Legislature, the archives being a division of the Department of the Provincial Secretary. The archives contains documents concerning the history of the Anglican diocese of Quebec, dating from its creation in , including letters patent, consecration records and papers of the bishops, correspondence relating to parishes and various associations and institutions of the diocese, and a considerable number of miscellaneous individual documents. The archives also has copies of letters and documents concerning the diocese — which are in England, and two important sections of printed material.
For a fuller description of the archives see: A. During the past century the QUA has developed as a non-governmental repository with collections of private papers and records of national significance. The official archives of the City of Kingston are also housed in this repository.
During the 19th century, archival collections were assembled by the various Canadian Methodist and Presbyterian bodies, usually in the libraries of their colleges. Materials were also gathered at the Methodist Publishing House, and some foreign mission correspondence was collected at the Presbyterian Foreign Mission Office.
Most of this material is now part of the United Church Archives. The Central Archives collection is national in scope and contains the official records of the boards and departments of the various denominations now merged into the United Church of Canada; copies of denominational publications; monographs and pamphlets published by the various denominations or relating to them ; papers. Material of local interest and official records of the Conferences concerned are housed in regional Conference Archives.
The department was established in by Dr A. Bailey, head of the History Department. At that time there was no provincial archives and he was embarking on a programme of research into the history of the Maritime provinces. He obtained a Rockefeller Grant in to aid in the purchase of relevant books, papers, and manuscripts; these materials, along with what university records were retrievable, constituted the nucleus from which the holdings of the department have grown.
In addition to printed material, it has from the beginning held manuscript collections as well as individual manuscripts. For a more extensive description of holdings see The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library: a brief guide to the collections [Toronto], The library is the official depository for the Archives of the Society of Friends in Canada.
Talman and Dr Robert Lee. Murray Mrs W. Jury as head. It is now called the Regional Collection and it has formed a comprehensive archives on southwestern Ontario. Major holdings include court, educational, and municipal records for several counties centring on London; records of business firms; records of societies and organizations; and personal, political, or literary papers of local personalities. As the Anglican church in Canada grew and developed its own missionary activity the society gradually relinquished its control, and by all branches of CMS work had been merged with the Canadian missionary society.
For an introduction to the contents and arrangement of this archives see Guide to the contents of the Public Record Office 3v. Ottawa, The archives is in the process of reorganizing and reclassifying some material. Indexes are available at USPG, however, and most dated references are easily transferred. Journal of proceedings of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Comprises bound and indexed volumes of the proceedings of the general meetings held in London from , and four appendices, A, B, C, D — Nominal card index is available at USPG.
D: Original letters received from , bound in volumes. Handlist of writers and places, not alphabetical, available at USPG. Volumes correspond to the fiscal years for —21 to —49 and —60; those for the years —51 to —59 include two years; no volumes were published for or , but publication was resumed in Edited by Charles Rupert Sanderson. Toronto, — River journal and other papers relative to the Red River resistance of — Edited with an introduction by William Lewis Morton.
Toronto, Journals of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada. Sessional papers. Compiled by Alfred Todd. Montreal, ; reprinted, Washington, Ottawa, ; reprinted, Washington, Quebec, ;the Parliamentary debateswere reprinted at Ottawa in Statutes of the Province of Canada.
Canada Gazette. Kingston, Montreal, Toronto, Quebec, and Ottawa. The journal moved to follow the seat of government. Edited by Edmund Henry Oliver. PAC publications, 9. Ottawa, — Toronto, for the purpose of publishing rare and inaccessible materials relating to the history of Canada.
Its publications are issued only to elected members, limited in number. Elizabeth Gibbs et al. Canada from the passing of the Constitutional Act of to the close of Rev. Edited by John George Hodgins. Selected and edited with notes by Adam Shortt et al. PAC publication. Edited with introduction, notes, and appendices by William Stewart Wallace. The Elgin-Grey papers, — Edited with notes and appendices by Arthur George Doughty.
Political notes and observations; or, a glance at the leading measures that have been introduced and discussed in the House of Assembly of New Brunswick. Fredericton, Journal of a voyage on the north west coast of North America during the years , , and Champlain Society publications, XLV. Title varies. Volume numbering irregular. The Hargrave correspondence, — Edited with introduction and notes by George Parkin de Twenebrokes Glazebrook.
Revised and edited by Joseph Andrew Chisholm. Halifax, Membership in the society is limited. I—XII were issued in association with the. I: [Simpson, George. II: [Robertson, Colin. Edited with an introduction by Edwin Ernest Rich, assisted by R. Harvey Fleming.http://www.cantinesanpancrazio.it/components/wybapem/1116-software-per-spiare.php
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Edited by R. Harvey Fleming, with an introduction by Harold Adams Innis. IV: [McLoughlin, John. London, VI: [McLoughlin, John. XIX: [Colvile, Eden. Edited with an introduction by Alice Margaret Johnson. Official publication of the Department of Public Instruction, published variously at Quebec and Montreal. It must not be confused with the Journal of Education for Lower Canada which is also an official publication of the same department. They were completely independent journals, and neither was a translation of the other.
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Journal of Education for Ontario, Toronto. Title changed in The provincial statutes of Lower-Canada. Macdonald, — Edited by James Keith Johnson. Edited with an introduction and notes by Margaret Arnett MacLeod. Toronto, ; reprinted [n. Muskoka and Haliburton, —; a collection of documents. Edited with an introduction by Florence Beatrice Murray. Champlain Society publications, Ontario series, VI.
Journals of the House of Assembly of the province of New Brunswick. The Statutes of Nova Scotia, passed in the. Used for — Debates and proceedings of the House of Assembly. Journal and proceedings of the House of Assembly of the province of Nova Scotia, used for — Journals of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Ontario. The papers of the Palliser expedition, — Edited with an introduction and notes by Irene Mary Spry. Debates and proceedings of the Legislative Council of the province of Prince Edward Island, used for Report and Rapport.
Published annually until ; irregularly thereafter. Toronto of old: collections and recollections illustrative of the early settlement and social life of the capital of Ontario. Republished as Toronto of old. Abridged and edited by Frederick Henry Armstrong. Select British documents of the Canadian War of Edited with an introduction by William [Charles Henry] Wood. ASQ publications, II. Edited by Joseph Burr Tyrrell. Champlain Society publications, XII. Champlain Society publications, XL.
The town of York, — a collection of documents of early Toronto. Edited with an introduction by Edith Grace Firth. Champlain Society publications, Ontario series, V. The town of York, — a further collection of documents of early Toronto. The valley of the Trent. Edited with an introduction and notes by Edwin Clarence Guillet.
Champlain Society publications, Ontario series, I. Ellison et al. Kingston, ; Early Toronto newspapers, — a catalogue of newspapers published in the town of York and the city of Toronto from the beginning to confederation, ed. Firth Toronto, ; W. MacKinnon and A.
Warburton Charlottetown,  , —21; R. Acadian Recorder, Halifax. British Colonist, Halifax. British Whig, Kingston, Ont. Its full title was. Christian Guardian, Toronto. A selective index of church news and general historical information is in progress for the period after and some ten selected years have been completed. Published from to as a semi-weekly. Church, Cobourg, Toronto, and Hamilton, Ont. Colonial Advocate, York Toronto. A weekly, published from to Colonist, Victoria. The weekly continued to as the Weekly British Colonist.
In it became the Courier and it ceased publication in Daily Advertiser, London, Ont. Daily News, Kingston, Ont. It was the daily edition of the Chronicle and News, established in and published until the s. Evening Express, Halifax. A tri-weekly published from to Its full title was the Evening Express and Commercial Record. Examiner, Charlottetown. A few months later the weekly edition was revived and both editions continued.
Examiner, Toronto. Francis Gazette, Sherbrooke, Que. See Sherbrooke Gazette. See Gazette. Gleaner, Chatham, N.
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Published from to , it superseded the Miramichi Mercury which was founded in Its full title was the Gleaner and Northumberland Schediasma. Globe, Toronto.
Halifax Journal. Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Ont. It was published as a weekly and a daily at different periods. Head Quarters, Fredericton. A weekly, published from ? Its full title in was The head Quarters, or. Islander, Charlottetown. It was absorbed by the Patriot in Leader, Toronto. The semi-weekly ceased publication in but the daily and weekly editions continued to London Free Press, London, Ont.
Morning Chronicle, Halifax.
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It began as a tri-weekly, then expanded in to a daily; it was also printed as a weekly from until Morning Freeman, Saint John, N. This paper began in as a weekly under the title St. John Weekly Freeman. The Morning Freeman was added in as a tri-weekly and lasted until The weekly continued until the year Morning News, Saint John, N.
At different times the paper was a weekly, a tri-weekly, and a daily. The tri-weekly Morning Courier St. John Morning Courier was published briefly in — Newfoundlander, St. Published from until although issues are only available from The paper was a weekly, then a semi-weekly. Novascotian, Halifax. A weekly, published under various titles from until Published from I Jan. Patriot, Charlottetown. The Patriot began as a weekly and became a semi-weekly in ; in mid it reverted to being a weekly and in.
Later it became a daily. For various reasons, including religious affiliation and financial support, it is not strictly correct to assume that the Patriot was a continuation of the Protestant. Patriot, Kingston and Toronto. The weekly ceased publication in Published from to as a weekly, although issues are available only from In it was the Patriot and Terra Nova Advocate. Presbyterian Witness, Halifax and Toronto.
A weekly, it was published from to Its full title until the end of was Presbyterian Witness and Evangelical Advocate. In it superseded the Presbyterian and Westminster of Toronto and moved to that city; it was published in London for a few months in In it united with the Canadian Congregationalist and the Christian Guardian [q. Protestant and Evangelical Witness, Charlottetown. See also Patriot. Published from to first as a semi-weekly, then as a tri-weekly, and finally as a daily. Royal Gazette, Charlottetown.
Published from to the present. Subsequently it became a weekly. Royal Gazette, Halifax. Published as a weekly from to , although issues are available only from Its full title was the Royal Gazette and Newfoundland Advertiser. In the paper became the Newfoundland Gazette which continues to the present. Telegraph, Saint John, N.
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It was published at various times as a weekly, a semi-weekly, and a daily under a great many titles. The titles appearing in this volume include the Morning Telegraph, St. John Morning Telegraph, St. Only one issue of this journal was published. The information in square brackets is given as a guide and may not be completely accurate. Montreal almanack, [—72]. Published by Robert Armour, —31; H. Its title varies: Montreal almanack or Lower Canada register.
The Montreal pocket almanack. Published by Jos. Starke and Company, —79; J. Robinson, — Title varies: The Montreal pocket almanack, and general register. New-Brunswick almanac. Saint John, N. Published from at least by Henry Chubb and Company. In its title was An almanack. In it became The New-Brunswick almanac, and register. The Quebec almanac. Neilson, ; W.
Neilson, — Compiled by Thomas Doige. Montreal, A, A, 9a. Australian dictionary of biography. General editor, Douglas Pike. Melbourne, —. In progress. Toronto et Buffalo, N. A bibliography of Canadiana, being items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, relating to the early history and development of Canada. Toronto, ; reprinted, A bibliography of Canadiana: first supplement. A bibliography of the Prairie provinces to with biographical index. Compiled by Bruce Braden Peel. Publications of the government of the Province of Canada, — National Library of Canada publication.
Modern English biography. Privately printed in England, —; reprinted [London], Contains memoirs of persons who died between and History and biographical gazetteer of Montreal to the year British Museum general catalogue of printed books. Photolithographic edition to London, — A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the United Kingdom. Edited by Peter Townend, Edited by John Castell Hopkins.
The Canadian biographical dictionary and portrait gallery of eminent and self-made men. The Canadian directory of parliament, — The Canadian parliamentary companion. Published in Quebec, and , in Montreal from to , and in Ottawa from Appeared irregularly from , then annually from Became the Canadian parliamentary guide.
Editor during the period of vol. Abridged guide to the archives of religious communities in Canada. Guide des rapports des Archives publiques du Canada, — In der Psychiatrie, schrieb Michel Foucault, war das Jahrhundert das Jahrhundert der Konvulsionen. In diesem Aufsatz interessiert uns die Entwicklung dieses seltsamen starren Zustands. Car ce sont les crises convulsives qui unissent ces deux conditions. Henri F. Les psychologues et le merveilleux psychiques , Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Jan Goldstein, Hysteria …, op.
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