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General Bibliography – Volume XIV

AAQ    Archives de l’Archidiocèse de Québec

AC    Archives Civiles

ACC    Anglican Church of Canada

ANQ    Archives Nationales du Québec

AO    Archives of Ontario

ASQ    Archives du Séminaire de Québec

BCARS    British Columbia Archives and

    Records Service/British Columbia

    Archives

BRH    Le Bulletin des recherches historiques

CCHA    Canadian Catholic Historical Associa-

    tion

CHA    Canadian Historical Association

CHR    Canadian Historical Review

CIHM    Canadian Institute for Historical

    Microreproductions

CPG    Canadian parliamentary guide

DAB    Dictionary of American biography

DCB    Dictionary of Canadian biography

DHB    Dictionary of Hamilton biography

DNB    Dictionary of national biography

DNLB    Dictionary of Newfoundland and

    Labrador biography

DOLQ    Dictionnaire des œuvres littéraires du

    Québec

DPQ    Dictionnaire des parlementaires du

    Québec

GA    Glenbow Archives

GPQ    Guide parlementaire québécois

HPL    Hamilton Public Library

JCS    Journal of Canadian Studies

MTRL    Metropolitan Toronto Reference

    Library

NA    National Archives of Canada

OH    Ontario History

PAA    Provincial Archives of Alberta

PAM    Provincial Archives of Manitoba

PANB    Provincial Archives of New

    Brunswick

PANL    Provincial Archives of Newfound-

    land and Labrador

PANS    Public Archives of Nova Scotia

PARO    Public Archives and Records Office

    (Prince Edward Island)

PCC    Presbyterian Church in Canada

PRO    Public Record Office

QUA    Queen’s University Archives

RBMB    Register of baptisms, marriages, and

    burials

RBMS    Registre des baptêmes, manages et

    sépultures

RHAF    Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique

    française

RPQ    Répertoire des parlementaires

    québécois

RSC    Royal Society of Canada

UCC    United Church of Canada

UTA    University of Toronto Archives

General Bibliography

The General  Bibliography is based on the sources which are most frequently cited, usually in abbreviated form, in the individual bibliographies of volume  XIV It is not intended to provide a comprehensive listing of background materials for the history of Canada in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Section A describes the principal archival and manuscript collections and is arranged by country. Section B provides a listing of the Canadian newspapers most frequently cited by contributors to the volume. Section C lists various types of published materials: primary printed sources, including publications of the federal and the various provincial governments; reference works, including dictionaries, bibliographies, indexes, and directories; secondary works of the 20th century, including a number of general histories; and the principal journals and the publications of various societies consulted.

A.  ARCHIVAL AND MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS

CANADA

ARCHIVES CIVILES.  See Québec, Ministère de la

Justice

ARCHIVES DE L’ARCHIDIOCÈSE DE QUÉBEC.

The following series were consulted in volume  XIV:

A: Évêques et archevêques de Québec

12 A: Registre des insinuations ecclésiastiques

210 A: Registre des lettres

C: Secrétairerie et chancellerie

61 CD: Paroisses

70 CF: Action économique et sociale

ARCHIVES DU SÉMINAIRE DE QUÉBEC.

Series cited in volume  XIV include:

Fichier des anciens

Journal du séminaire

mss: Cahiers manuscrits divers

Polygraphie: Affaires surtout extérieures

PVU: Procès-verbaux de l’université

Séminaire: Affaires diverses Université

ARCHIVES JUDICIAIRES.  See Québec, Ministère de la Justice

ARCHIVES NATIONALES DU QUÉBEC.  Inventories, catalogues, guides, conversion tables, and useful finding aids on microfiche are available in all of the regional centres of the ANQ.

The following collections were consulted in volume  XIV:

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DU BAS-SAINT-LAURENT, DE LA

GASPÉSIE ET DES ÎLES-DE-LA-MADELEINE (ANQ

BSLGIM), Rimouski

C: Pouvoir judiciaire, archives civiles

    CE: État civil

1: Rimouski

  6: Saint-Germain (Rimouski)

25: Saint-Moïse

28: Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur (Causapscal)

4: Kamouraska

1: Notre-Dame-de-Liesse (Rivière

    Ouelle)

2: Saint-Jean-Baptiste (L’Isle-Verte)

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DE L’ESTRIE (ANQ-E), Sher-

brooke

C: Pouvoir judiciaire, archives civiles

    CE: État civil

1: Sherbrooke

36: Compton Anglican Church

45: Episcopal Church (Shipton, Mel-

    bourne, and region)

2: Bedford

47: Frelighsburg Anglican Church

75: Clarenceville Methodist Church

101: Knowlton Anglican Church

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DE MONTRÉAL (ANQ-M)

C: Pouvoir judiciaire, archives civiles

    CE: État civil

1: Montréal

1: Saint-Jacques, cathédrale de Montréal

2: La Nativité-de-la-Très-Sainte-Vierge

(Laprairie)

  4: La Visitation (Montréal-Nord)

  7: Sacré-Cœur (Montréal)

10: Sainte-Anne (Varennes)

12: Saint-Antoine (Longueuil)

15: Sainte-Brigitte (Montréal)

19: Sainte-Cunégonde (Montréal)

25: Saint-François-Xavier (Kah-

    nawake)

30: St Paul’s Presbyterian Church

    (Montreal)

31: Saint-Ignace (Coteau-du-Lac)

32: Saint-Isidore (Napierville)

33: Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur (Montréal)

46: Saint-Marc-de-Cournoyer (Saint-

    Marc)

48: Saint-Martin (Laval)

49: Saint-Mathieu (Belœil)

50: Saint-Michel (Vaudreuil)

51: Notre-Dame de Montréal

52: St Patrick’s (Montreal)

57: Sainte-Rose (Laval)

58: Sainte-Trinité (Contrecœur)

60: Saint-Vincent-de-Paul (Montréal)

63: Christ Church Anglican Cathedral

    (Montreal)

65: Garrison Anglican Church (Mont-

    real)

66: Grace Anglican Church (Montreal)

68: St George’s Anglican Church

    (Montreal)

85: First Baptist Church (Montreal)

86: Olivet Baptist Church (Montreal)

88: Pointe-Saint-Charles Baptist

    Church (Montreal)

97: Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue

    (Montreal)

115: American Presbyterian Church

    (Montreal)

116: Calvin Church (Montreal)

121: Erskine Presbyterian Church

    (Montreal)

126: St Gabriel’s Presbyterian Church

    (Montreal)

130: St Paul’s Presbyterian Church

    (Montreal)

132: Messiah Unitarian Church (Mont-

    real)

173: Saint-Louis-de-France (Montréal)

2: Saint-Hyacinthe

  5: Notre-Dame (Saint-Hyacinthe)

17: Saint-Hugues

18: Saint-Jean-Baptiste (Saint-Jean-

    Baptiste-de-Rouville)

22: Saint-Mathias (Saint-Mathias-sur-

    Richelieu)

    25: Sainte-Rosalie

3: Sorel

l: Saint-Aimé (Massueville)

5: Saint-Michel (Saint-Michel

    d’ Yamaska)

7: Saint-Pierre (Sorel)

4: Saint-Jean

1: Sainte-Marguerite-de-Blairfîndie

    (L’ Acadie)

6: Saint-Cyprien-de-Léry (Napier-

    ville)

14: Saint-Rémi

5: Joliette

l: Sainte-Geneviève (Berthier)

6: Saint-Antoine (Lavaltrie)

14: Saint-Pierre-du-Portage

    (L’Assomption)

19: Saint-Cuthbert

23: Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon

30: Saint-Jean-de-Matha

6: Saint-Jérôme

6: Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines

9: Saint-Benoit (Saint-Placide)

11: Saint-Eustache

13: Saint-Jérôme

22: Sainte-Scholastique

24: Saint-Louis (Terrebonne)

25: Sainte-Thérèse-de-Blainville

7: Beauharnois

25: Sainte-Martine

52: Châteauguay Presbyterian Church

    53: Beauharnois and Châteauguay Pres-

    byterian Church

CN: Notaires

1: Montréal

131: Desrosiers, L.-A.

3: Sorel

62: Mathieu, Michel

P: Fonds et collections privées

31: Dubois, Nazaire

60: Choquet, Élysée

130: Loranger, L.-O.

147: Plans d’architecture

185: Champagne, Claude

207: Berthiaume, Trefflé

225: Roy, J.-E.

543: Conseil des arts et manufactures

P1000: Petits fonds

4–440: Routhier, A.-B.

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DE LA MAURICIE ET DES

Bois-FRANCS (ANQ-MBF), Trois-Rivières

C: Pouvoir judiciaire, archives civiles

    CE: État civil

    1: Trois-Rivières

    10: Saint-Joseph (Maskinongé)

    48: L’Immaculée-Conception (Trois-

Rivières)

    52: Sainte-Anne (Yamachiche)

2: Arthabaska

2: Saint-Christophe (Arthabaska)

3: Drummondville

    11: Saint-Guillaume

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DE L’OUTAOUAIS (ANQ-O), Hull

C: Pouvoir judiciaire, archives civiles

ZQ: État civil (mfm.)

2: Hull

9: Saint-Paul (Aylmer)

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DE LA CAPITALE (ANQ-Q),

Québec

C: Pouvoir judiciaire, archives civiles

    CE: État civil

    1: Québec

    l: Notre-Dame de Québec

    5: La Nativité-de-Notre-Dame

    (Beauport)

    7: Saint-Charles-Borromée (Charles

    bourg)

20: Notre-Dame-de-Foy (Sainte-Foy)

21: Saint-Nicolas

22: Saint-Roch (Québec)

29: Saint-Louis (Lotbinière)

54: Saint-Romuald

58: Saint-Michel (Sillery)

61: Quebec Anglican Cathedral Church

63: St Matthew’s Anglican Church

    (Quebec)

66: St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

    (Quebec)

67: St John’s Presbyterian Church

    (Quebec)

68: Wesleyan Methodist Church (Que-

    bec)

75: Aubigny Anglican Church (Lévis)

76: St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

    (Lévis)

79: St Michael’s Anglican Church (Sil-

    lery)

    97: Saint-Jean-Baptiste (Québec)

    98: St Patrick’s (Quebec)

    100: Notre-Dame-de-la-Victoire (Lévis)

2: Montmagny

    2: Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption (Ber-

thier-sur-Mer)

    3: Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours

(L’Islet)

    4: Saint-Charles-Borromée

    5: Saint-Michel (Saint-Michel-de-

Bellechasse)

    6: Saint-Pierre (Saint-Pierre-de-la-

Rivière-du-Sud)

    7: Saint-Thomas (Montmagny)

    8: Saint-Philippe et Saint-Jacques

    (Saint-Vallier)

    17: Saint-Gervais

    18: Saint-Jean-Port-Joli

4: Charlevoix

    4: Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption (Les

    Éboulements)

6: Beauce

    16: Sainte-Hénédine

    24: Sainte-Marie

CN: Notaires

l: Québec

43: Bowen, N.  H.

53: Cannon, E.  G.

97: Farges, Narcisse

    112: Gauvin, Thomas

    117: Glackmeyer, S.  I.

  139: Huot, François

    180: Lemoine, Alexandre

    234: Pruneau, J.-B.

    255: Sirois-Duplessis, A.-B.

    292: Angers, É.-J.

    294: Bignell, William

    302: Larue, V.–W.

CT: Testaments

l: Québec, testaments olographes et licitations

1: Dossiers

E: Pouvoir exécutif

  5: Conseil exécutif

  9: Agriculture

17: Justice

20: Richesses naturelles

25: Travaux publics

30: École normale Laval

M: Microfilms

14: Institut canadien de Montréal

26: Maires de Québec

    186: Affaires culturelles (Fonds), Inventaire des

    œuvres d’art, artistes et artisans

P: Fonds et collections privés

88: Gagnon, C.-A.-E.

89: Gagnon, Philéas

90: Garneau, Sir  J.-G.

124: Labelle, F.-X.-A.

134: Langevin, famille

198: Parent, S.-N.

237: Roy, J.-E.

286: Taché, E.-É.

372: Chênevert, Raoul

456: Magnan, famille

487: La Vergne, Armand

658: Routhier, Sir  A.-B.

P1000: Petits fonds

D104: Barthe, G.-I.

D892: Grant, T.  H.

Dl839: Routhier, Sir  A.-B.

D 1849: Roy, J.-E.

T: Pouvoir judiciaire

    6–302: Cours de justice, Confédération

    11: Cour supérieure

    1: Québec

    24–40: Déclarations et dissolutions

de sociétés

    105–137: Dossiers de la cour

12: Cour des sessions de la paix

    1: Québec

    69: Rôles de la cour

    605: Enquêtes du roi

CENTRE RÉGIONAL DU SAGUENAY ET DU LAC-

SAINT-JEAN (ANQ-SLSJ), Chicoutimi

Collection Mgr Victor Tremblay

SHS (Société historique du Saguenay)

ARCHIVES OF ONTARIO, Toronto. Information on the collections is provided in Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario,ed. B.  L.  Craig and R.  W.  Ramsey (2v., 1985).

Materials cited in volume  XIV include:

C: Special collections

C 11: J.  C.  B.  and E.  C.  Horwood fonds

MU 3985: Horwood additions

F: Private papers

F 2: Edward Blake fonds

    F 5: James Whitney fonds

F 18: Alexander Emerson Belcher fonds

F 23: Alexander Campbell fonds

F 24: Cartwright family fonds

F 26: Charles Clarke fonds

F 37: Mackenzie–Lindsey collection

F 51: Alexander Morris family fonds

F 91: John Rolph family fonds

F 136: Lake of the Woods Milling Company

    fonds (mfm.)

F 273: Donald McLellan fonds

F 334: Alphaeus Edward Byerly collection

F 470: Temiskaming District Indian accounts

    (Hudson’s Bay Company)

F 558: Alexander Fraser family fonds

F 644: John C.  Bailey fonds

F 647: Francis Shanly fonds

F 662: William Hamilton Merritt family fonds

F 711: Sandford Fleming family fonds

F 775: Miscellaneous collection

F 834: John Linton fonds

F 885: Woman’s Christian Temperance Union

    fonds

F 975: Edward F.  Wilson fonds

F 977: .Ontario Genealogical Society’s cemetery recordings collection

    F 978: Church records collection

    F 980: Henry J.  Cody fonds

    F 982: Marriage records collection

    F 1015: Alexander Fraser fonds

F 1027: Æmilius Irving fonds

F 1029: Charles Moss fonds

F 1066: William Colgate fonds

F 1075: M.  O.  Hammond fonds

F 1076: William Kirby fonds

F 1139: Ontario Historical Society fonds

F 1140: Ontario Society of Artists fonds

F 1177: John Ross Robertson fonds

F 1191: Thomas Charles Patteson fonds

F 1199: Bishop  Strachan School fonds

F 1203: Mechanics’ institutes collection

F 1207: John George Hodgins fonds

F 1209: Ontario Education Association fonds

F 1257: Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers’

    Association fonds

F 1335: Hollinger mines fonds

F 1403: Ontario Association of Architects fonds

F 1405: Multicultural History Society of Ontario collection

    15: Finnish Canadian photographic materials

62: Finnish Canadian papers

F 2076: Alvin D.  McCurdy fonds

RG: Record Groups  – government records

RG 1: Natural Resources

    A: Offices of surveyor general and commissioner of crown lands

VII: Miscellaneous records

    BB: Finance and administration division

    l: Hundred year history committee files

RG 2: Education

ser.12: Incoming general correspondence files/

    Department of Education

ser.l7: Annual reports of local superintendents

    and boards of trustees/Education Office

ser.29: Minister’s correspondence files/Depart-

    ment of Education

ser.103: Manual training and household science

    reports

ser.109: Miscellaneous school records

ser.114: Teacher superannuation files/Depart-

    ment of Education

ser.l46: Public libraries branch reports and corre-

    spondence files/Department of Education

RG 3: Office of the Premier

    ser.3–1: G.  W.  Ross general office records

    ser.3–2: J.  P Whitney general office records

RG 8: Provincial Secretary

ser.l-l: General correspondence files

RG 18: Commissions and committees

  ser.l8–40: Royal commission on Gamey charges,

    1903

RG 20: Ministry of Correctional Services

  ser.20–50: Records of the Vanier Centre for

    Women

RG 22: Court records

Court of Probate

ser.155: Estate files

Surrogate courts

Belleville (Hastings)

ser.340: Estate files

Bracebridge (Muskoka)

ser.365: Estate files

Cornwall (Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry)

ser.194: Registers

Guelph (Wellington)

ser.318: Estate files

Hamilton (Wentworth)

ser.204: Registers

ser.205: Estate files

Kitchener (Waterloo)

ser.214: Estate files

London (Middlesex)

ser.321: Estate files

Milton (Halton)

ser.380: Estate files

North Bay (Nipissing)

ser.366: Estate files

Ottawa (Carleton)

ser.354: Estate files

Owen Sound (Grey)

ser.356: Estate files

Pembroke (Renfrew)

ser.364: Estate files

Perth (Lanark)

ser.168: Estate files

St Catharines (Niagara North)

ser.235: Estate files

St Thomas (Elgin)

ser.322: Estate files

Sault Ste Marie (Algoma)

ser.360: Estate files

Stratford (Perth)

ser.267: Estate files

Thunder Bay (Thunder Bay)

ser.398: Estate files

Toronto (York)

ser.305: Estate files

Walkerton (Bruce)

ser.358: Estate files

Windsor (Essex)

ser.310: Registers

ser.311: Estate files

Woodstock (Oxford)

ser.317: Registers

Supreme Court of Ontario

    ser.392: Criminal assize clerk: indictment case

    files

    ser.1300: Supreme Court records,

    Carleton

RG 55: Companies Division, Consumer and Com-

mercial Relations

ser.17: Partnership declarations

div.3: Bruce County

    div.28: Leeds County

    div.33: London (Middlesex)

    div.63: Toronto (York)

RG 80: Registrar General

    ser.2: Births and stillbirths, registrations

ser.3: Births and stillbirths, delayed registra-

    tions

ser.5: Marriage registrations

ser.8: Death registrations

ser.24: Original index books, marriage registra-

    tions

ser.27–1: District marriage registers

  ser.27–2: County marriage registers

RG 83: Loan and Trust Companies

BRITISH COLUMBIA ARCHIVES, Victoria. In 1975 the archives (referred to elsewhere in volume  XIV as British Columbia Archives and Records Service, its official name from March  1989 to June  1996) began a new cataloguing system for its private manuscript holdings. Manuscripts catalogued since then have been assigned Additional Manuscript (Add. mss) numbers. Information on Add. mss collections appears in the Union list of B.C. archives database. A partial listing of Add. mss and microfilm collections was published by the archives (under its former name, the Provincial Archives of British Columbia) as Manuscript inventory, ed. Frances Gundry (3 nos., 1976–0). Manuscripts catalogued under the old system are gradually being converted to the new one and given Add. mss numbers.

Government records are searchable for the most part on the BCA web site at http://www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca. Educational records are detailed in The school record: a guide to government archives relating to public education in British Columbia, 1852–1946, comp. P.  A.  Dunae ([1992]).

Collections cited in volume  XIV include:

Add. mss: Additional Manuscripts

15: Cominco Limited fonds

16: Victoria Sealing Company, minutes

59: Congregation Emanu-El, Victoria, records

    75: Dominion Sawmill Company, New West

    minster, papers

257: Sproat, Gilbert Malcolm

347: McBride, Richard

354: Sproat, Amasa D.

436: Buckham, Alexander Fraser

504: Rithet family papers

505: Helmcken, John Sebastian

1077: Newcombe, Charles Frederick

1195: David Spencer Limited fonds

1995: Union Colliery of British Columbia, Cum-

    berland, records

2109: David Spencer Limited fonds

2175: Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Limited,

    company records

    2500: Cominco Limited fonds

    2701: R.  P Rithet and Company papers

    2818: Local Council of Women of Victoria fonds

GR: Government Records

184: British Columbia, Department of Mines, inspector of mines, correspondence outwards

419: British Columbia, Attorney general, docu-

    ments

441: Premiers’ papers

ser.II: Official correspondence inwards

ser.IX: Letter-books (official)

ser.XIV: Clipping-books re official affairs

494: British Columbia, Provincial secretary, correspondence and reports inward from the Indian reserve commission

629: British Columbia, Provincial secretary, correspondence, draft of British Pacific Railway Act

684: British Columbia, Commission on labour

    (1912–14), transcripts of proceedings

1052: British Columbia, Supreme Court (Victo-

    ria), central will registry

1304: British Columbia, Supreme Court (Victo-

    ria), probate files

1327: British Columbia, Attorney general, inqui-

    sitions/inquests

1372: Colonial correspondence. An artificial series created from the letters inward to departments of the colonial governments of British Columbia and Vancouver Island from both individuals and other government departments. The letters are filed under the names of the senders.

1415: British Columbia, Supreme Court (Vancou

    ver), probate files

1566: British Columbia, Supreme Court (Victo-

    ria), orders

1999: British Columbia, Surveyor of taxes, Ver-

    non assessment district

    2371: British Columbia, Supreme Court (Victo-

    ria), civil case file 12/1902 (Hopper v.

    Dunsmuir)

Old Classification

Class A: Early exploration: fur trade

A/B/20/K12: Fort Kamloops journal, 1841–43

A/C/20/K12: Fort Kamloops journals, 1850-–70

    A/E/C86: Crease collection

    A/E/Or3: O’Reilly collection

    A/E/P87: Israel Wood Powell collection

Class E: Private papers

E/B/AL3: Alexander, R.  H., diaries and narra-

    tive

E/C/B84a: Bryden, John, diary and letter-book

    (transcripts)

    E/E/M221T: Thompson, Stuart, “Five months

    with the ‘Sea Wolf’” (transcript of

    recordings made c. 1952 in San Francisco)

Class G: Geography and history by place

    G/N32/C69: Sproat, G.  M., article on the early

    days of the town of Nelson, 1897

Class H: Churches

H/D/H14: Hall, William Lashley

  H/D/R13/C52: Raley, George Henry fonds, diary

    of Arthur Wellington Clah, 1906

H/D/R57: Robson, Ebenezer collection

  Class I: Industries and resources

I/BS/Sp8: Spring, Charles, “Origin of pelagic

    sealing and [its] progress”(1927)

I/GB/V27: Vancouver Coal Mining and Land

    Company Limited, Nanaimo directors’ diary

    I/GE/A1m: Albion Iron Works, minutes of

    directors

Class M: Miscellaneous

    M/D51: Dewdney, Edgar

Class S: Literature and journalism

S/D/C14: Cameron, Agnes Deans, short stories, undated

S/S/W14: Walbran, John T., scrapbook

Class W: Biography

    W/Sp8s: Sproat, Alexander, biography of

    Gilbert Malcolm Sproat

Visual Records Unit

pdp 98107–21, 98207–8: Cameron, Agnes Deans

    fonds

GLENBOW ARCHIVES, Calgary. Information on the collections is provided in Glenbow Archives: a guide to the holdings,comp. S.  M.  Kooyman and Bonnie Woelk ([1993]), available on microfiche. Copies of a two-volume printed version have been deposited in various Canadian libraries and archives. Descriptions of the archives’ holdings, as well as detailed finding aids for several of the most popular collections, are included in the Glenbow web site at http://www.glenbow.org.

Materials cited in volume  XIV:

M: Manuscript collections

M151: Randolph Bruce fonds

M305: Donald Watson Davis family fonds

M320: Edgar Dewdney fonds

M474–77, M5908: Richard C.  Hardisty fonds

M776: James Farquharson Macleod family fonds

M927, M928: Wesley F.  Orr fonds

M1135: Rice Sheppard fonds

M1171, M4317: Samuel Benfield Steele fonds

M1245, M4815, M6252, M6286: Tregillus fonds

M1561: Crowsnest Resources Limited fonds

M1745, M 1749, BR (mfm.): United Farmers of

    Alberta fonds

M1925: Calgary Bar Association fonds

M1953: Castle Mountain Internment Camp series,

Canada, Department of National Defence fonds

M2260: Calgary Chamber of Commerce fonds

M4418: J.  W.  Tims family fonds

M4421: Robert Nathaniel Wilson fonds

M7144: Charles Denney genealogical collection and family fonds

HAMILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, Special Collections Department, Hamilton, Ont.

Series cited in volume  XIV include:

Archives files

Clipping files

Hamilton city records

    RG 10: Police Department records

    ser.M: Police magistrate’s register

Scrapbooks

METROPOLITAN TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY.

Information on the library’s manuscript holdings appears in Guide to the manuscript collection in the Toronto Public Libraries (Toronto, 1954).

Materials from various collections in the following departments were consulted for volume  XIV:

Performing Arts Centre

Special Collections Centre

NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA, Ottawa. The NA has published general guides to the services it offers and to its collections. The holdings of the Manuscript Division, responsible for all the manuscript groups as well as a few record group collections, are described in Main entry catalogue and general inventory (1987), available on microfiche. This publication supersedes the earlier series General inventory, manuscripts (7v. [vols.l–5, 7–8], 1971–77). Inventories for all the record groups under the jurisdiction of the Government Archives Division are available at the NA, and a number of these have been published in the archives’ General inventory series.Also useful are Catalogue of census returns on microfilm, 1666–1891 (1987) and Catalogue of census returns on microfilm, 1901 (1993), both compiled by Thomas A.  Hillman, and Checklist of parish registers, 1986,rev. Patricia Birkett (4th ed., 1987). Maps and plans in the Cartographic and Audio-Visual Archives Division (formerly the National Map Collection) are listed in the Catalogue of the National Map Collection, Public Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario (16v., Boston, 1976).

The NA’s publications also include the Union list of manuscripts in Canadian repositories, ed. E.  G.  Maurice [Hyam] et al.(2v., 1975), and 4 suppls. [1976–1981/82] (1976–85), which list holdings in the Government Archives and Manuscript divisions, the Guide to Canadian photographic archives,ed. Christopher Seifried (1984), and numerous finding aids to

its individual collections issued on microfiche.

Collections cited in the preparation of volume  XIV

include:

Manuscript Division

MG 17: Ecclesiastical archives

    A: Roman Catholic Church

17: Oblats de Marie Immaculée

    25: Vatican: Archives de la Sacrée Congrégation de la Propagande (mfm.)

B: Church of England (Anglican Church)

2: Church Missionary Society (mfm.)

D: Moravian Brethren

1: Labrador mission papers (mfm.)

MG 19: Fur trade and Indians

    D: Post records and journals

4: Fort Timiskamingue

21: Temagami post

MG 24: Nineteenth-century pre-confederation

    papers

    B: North American political figures and

    events

40: Brown, George

D: Industry, commerce, and finance

16: Buchanan, Isaac, and family

E: Transportation

    1: Merritt, William Hamilton

I: Immigration, land, and settlement

54: British American Land Company

K: Education and cultural development

28: Macoun, John

MG 26: Papers of the prime ministers

    A: Macdonald, Sir  John Alexander

    B: Mackenzie, Alexander

    C: Abbott, Sir  John Joseph Caldwell

    D: Thompson, Sir  John Sparrow David

    E: Bowell, Sir  Mackenzie

    F: Tupper, Sir  Charles

    G: Laurier, Sir  Wilfrid

    H: Borden, Sir  Robert Laird

    I: Meighen, Arthur

    J: King, William Lyon Mackenzie

MG 27: Political figures, 1867–1950

    I: 1867–96

    B: Governors general

4: Lorne, Sir  John Douglas Suther-

    land Campbell, Marquess of

C: Lieutenant governors

    1: Angers, Auguste-Réal

3: Chapleau, Sir  Joseph-Adolphe

4: Dewdney, Edgar

D: Cabinet ministers

3: Caron, Sir  Adolphe-Philippe

5: Costigan, John

6: Daly, Thomas Mayne

10: Laird, David

15: Tilley, Sir  Samuel Leonard

16: Tupper, Sir  Charles Hibbert

    E: Members of the House of Commons and

    the Senate

    12: O’ Donohoe, John

35: Beaubien, Louis

    F: Provincial political figures

    1: Mercier, Honoré

    I: Correspondents of political figures

    18: Richardson, Hugh

    42: Lavergne, Mme Joseph

    II: 1896–1921

    B: Governors general

    1: Minto, Sir  Gilbert John Elliot, 4th

    Earl of (copies)

    C: Lieutenant governors

1: Fitzpatrick, Sir  Charles

    D: Cabinet ministers

    7: Foster, Sir  George Eulas

    8: Graham, George Perry

    10: Lemieux, Rodolphe

    10A: Monk, Frederick Debartzch

    14: Scott, Sir  Richard William

    15: Sifton, Sir  Clifford

    16: Tarte, Joseph-Israël

    18: White, Sir  William Thomas

    21: Casgrain, Thomas Chase

    E: Members of the House of Commons and

    the Senate

1: Bourassa, Henri

    4: Landry, Philippe

    12: La Vergne, Armand

    III: 1921–50

    B: Cabinet ministers

    4: Gouin, Sir  Lomer

    10: Lapointe, Ernest

MG 28: Records of post-confederation corporate

    bodies

    I: Societies and associations

    17: Imperial Order Daughters of the

    Empire

    232: Media Club of Canada

    277: Engineering Institute of Canada

    394: Canadian Institute of Mining and

    Metallurgy

    III: Business establishments

    1: Mossom Boyd and Company

    20: Canadian Pacific Railway

    26: Bronson Company

    59: Robert Reford Company

    82: Winnipeg Commodity Exchange

    112: Brascan Limited

    V: Ethno-cultural organizations

    46: Finnish Organization of Canada

    81: Zionist Organization of Canada

    147: Deutsche Gesellschaft zu Montreal

    (German Society of Montreal)

MG 29: Nineteenth-century post-confederation

    manuscripts

A: Economic

    2: Keefer, Samuel

    5: Smith, Sir  Donald Alexander, first

    Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal

    6: Christie, William Joseph

    11: MacFarlane, Roderick

    15: Wright, Alexander W.

    30: Stephen, Sir  George

    60: Van Horne, Sir  William Cornelius

B: Scientific

    1: Fleming, Sir  Sandford

    11: O’Hanley, John Lawrence Power

    15: Bell, Robert

    19: Saunders, William

C: Social

    33: L’Heureux, Jean

    40: Farr, Charles Cobbold

    86: Sellar family

    95: De Sola, Clarence

D: Cultural

    10: Gagnon, Philéas

    38: Grant, George Monro

    61: Morgan, Henry James

    72: LeMoine, Sir  James MacPherson

    88: Harris, Robert

    112: Coleman, Kathleen Blake

E: Professional and public life

    3: Wolseley family (mfm.)

    18: Lowe, John

    28: Powell, Walker

29: Denison, George Taylor, iii

MG 30: Manuscripts of the first half of the twenty-

    eth century

A: Economic

    l: Hawkins, William Clark

    4: Farrer, Edward

18: Hays, Charles Melville (tran-

scripts)

    51: Dunn, Sir  James Hamet

    85: Willson, Thomas Leopold “Car-

  bide”

    88: Drummond family

B: Scientific

    13: Klotz, Otto Julius

C: Social

    27: Scott, William Louis

    49: Lemieux, Lucien

    50: McKim, E.  Anson

    128: Heneker, Dorothy, and family

D: Cultural

    1: Audet, Francis-Joseph

    5: Willson, Beckles

    6: Morris, Edmund Montague

    29: Willison, Sir  John Stephen

    51: LeSueur, William Dawson

204: Underhill, Frank Hawkins

209: McCrae, John (mfm.)

314: Sellar, Robert

E: Professional and public life

28: Harris, A.  G.

43: Brant, Cameron Dee

52: Papineau, Talbot Mercer

55: Constantine, Charles

71: Gibbons, Sir  G.  C.

86: Pope, Joseph

94: Mabee, James Pitt

98: Wood, Zachary Taylor (photocopies)

    149: Adamson, Agar Stewart Allan Masterton

    157: Crerar, Henry Duncan Graham

    172: Lambert, Augustus Emanuel (mfm.)

    313: Girouard, Désiré

    370: Brophy, J.  B.

    376: Ussher, John Frederick Holmes

    484: Taylor, Sir  Thomas Wardlaw

MG 31: Manuscripts of the second half of the twentieth century

A: Transport and communication

    10: Merrilees, Andrew Audubon

MG 32: Political figures, 1950–   

A: Governors general

    1: Massey family collection

Government Archives Division

RG 2: Privy Council Office

RG 6: Department of the Secretary of State

    H: Wartime records

    1: Custodian of enemy property and

    internment operations

RG 7: Governor General’s Office

RG 9: Militia and Defence

    II: Post-confederation records

A: Deputy minister’s office

    3: Records of active service

    5: Medals

    B: Adjutant general’s office and headquarters

    1: Correspondence

    4: Registers and lists of officers

    5: Annual inspection reports

    F: Accounts and pay branch

    7: Nominal rolls and paylists:

special forces

    III: Records of the overseas military forces of

    Canada and the Canadian Expeditionary

    Force

RG 10: Indian Affairs

RG 11: Public Works

B: Department of Public Works

    1: Registry records, 1826–80

(d): Railway branch

    2: Registry records, 1867–1921

RG 12: Department of Transport

RG 13: Department of Justice

A: Central registry records

5: Extradition files

B: Capital punishment

l: Capital case files

F: Special records

    7: Secret files on American annex-

    ationists

RG 15: Department of the Interior

D: Dominion lands administration

    II: Dominion lands branch

1: Correspondence, headquarters

    8: North west half-breed commission

RG 17: Agriculture Canada

A: Department of Agriculture

    1: Records of the minister, deputy minister,

    and secretary

    II: Arts and agriculture branch

RG 18: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

RG 19: Department of Finance

RG 22: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs

RG 23: Department of Fisheries and Oceans

RG 24: Department of National Defence

RG 30: Canadian National Railways

RG 31: Statistics Canada

    C: Census field

    1: Census returns

RG 42: Marine branch

RG 43: Department of Railways and Canals

    A: Railway branch records

    III: Office of the chief engineer

    1: Canadian Pacific Railway

    B: Canal branch records

IV: Office of the chief engineer

    2: Letter-books

RG 45: Geological Survey of Canada

RG 55: Treasury Board

RG 73: Solicitor general

    Accession 1987–88/013: Correctional services

    Canada, Kingston Penitentiary

RG 76: Immigration branch

    C: Records of entry

    1(b): Halifax

RG 85: Northern affairs program

RG 95: Corporations branch

RG 132: National Museums of Canada

    1: Museum of Natural Science, Botany division

RG 150: Ministry of the Overseas Military Forces of

    Canada

Accession 1992–93/166: Canadian Expeditionary Force personnel files

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM, Saint John. Information on the museum’s archival holdings is provided in its Inventory of manuscripts, 1967,although some collections have been reorganized since the publication of this guide. Legal materials throughout the

museum’s archival holdings are detailed in Guide to

the legal manuscripts in the New Brunswick Museum,

comp. D.  G.  Bell and Carol Rosevear (1990).

Materials cited in volume  XIV include:

Files of miscellaneous original and photocopied documents relating to New Brunswick, designated cb and cb doc (vertical files)

Register of marriages for the city and county of Saint John

Tilley family papers

PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF ALBERTA, Edmonton.

Series cited in volume  XIV include:

67.172: Attorney general, inquest files

69.305: Supreme Court of Alberta, Southern Dis-

    trict files

ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA, DIOCESE OF ATHA-

BASCA RECORDS

    A.210: Clergy

    A.220: Synod

    A.280: Outgoing papers

    A.281: Incoming correspondence

A.290: Holmes, George, bishop of Athabasca,

    1903–12

A.300: Robins, Edwin Frederick, letter-book

A.420: Historical accounts of the diocese

ARCHIVES OF THE OBLATES OF MARY IMMACULATE,

PROVINCE OF ALBERTA-SASKATCHEWAN.  An inventory to this collection has been published as A guide to the Archives of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan, comp. B.  M.  Owens and C.  M.  Roberto (Edmonton, 1989).

71.220, item 6532: Lacombe, Albert, transcripts of correspondence sent to Saint-Boniface

PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF MANITOBA, Winnipeg.

Series cited in the preparation of volume  XIV:

GR: Government records

  GR 170: Probated wills

    GR 541: Court of Queen’s Bench, appearance books,

    appellate division

GR 1212: Vital statistics, church registers, Rossville, Norway House, register of baptisms,

1840–89

GR 1530: Executive Council, orders-in-council, 1870–85

GR 1568: Attorney general’s office files

GR 1606: Provincial architect’s office, correspondence outward, letter-books

GR 1620: Provincial architects’ office, specifications for Manitoba Agricultural College

GR 1662: Executive Council, premier’s office files, Thomas Greenway administration

GR 4347: Court of Queen’s Bench, Law Society of Manitoba, attorney’s roll, barrister’s roll

MG l: Indians, exploration, and fur trade

    D: Fur trade, individuals

    16: McFarlane, Roderick

MG     2: Red River settlement

C: Individuals and settlement

2: Kennedy, Eleanor Eliza

MG 3: Red River disturbance, North-West rebel-

lion, and related papers

D: Louis Riel

MG 10: Associations and institutions

B: Public service and education

36: Winnipeg Humane Society

C: Social, cultural, and fraternal

4: Women’s Art Association

    11: Women’s Canadian Club

    31: Woman’s Christian Temperance

    Union, Manitoba branch

    45: Local Council of Women

    58: University Women’s Club

MG 11: Industry and commerce

C: Producing, marketing, and service

    53: Northern Elevator Company

MG 12: Lieutenant governors

B: Morris, Alexander

    1: Lieutenant governor’s collection

2: Ketcheson collection

E: Schultz, J.  C.

MG 14: Public life

B: Political and judicial figures

21: Campbell, Colin H.

26: Dubuc, Joseph

44: Winkler, H.  W.

    45: Winkler, Valentine

57: Colcleugh, James

C: Individuals

    1: Kennedy, Mary Louisa

6: Buck, Mennie Julia Beatrice

    (Campbell)

13: Brokovski, Edwin

14: Burrows, C.  A.

    30: Morris, Edmund

P: Private sector records

    2342–43, 2348: Johnston, Barbara A.

    3756: Fonseca, W.  G.

    4347–48: Manitoba Historical Society

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY ARCHIVES.  All records of the Hudson’s Bay Company prior to 1870, with the exception of maps, are available on microfilm; microfilming of records for the period 1871–1904, and of the map collection, is in progress. A copy of the microfilm series is available in NA, MG 20, and a description of its contents is provided in the NA’s Main entry catalogue and general inventory (Ottawa, 1987), published on microfiche. The microfilm series is also available through an interlibrary loan program administered by the HBCA; copies of the series list have been deposited in a number of repositories

across Canada. A brief catalogue of documents available on microfilm can be accessed as well through the HBCA web site at http://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/hbca, which also includes a detailed finding aid for the HBC’s trading post records.

Section A: Headquarters records

    A.42/: Dividend payment books

    A.68/: Registers of transfers

Section B: North America trading post records

    B.16/: Berens River records

    B.134/: Montreal records

    B.154/: Norway House records

    B.239/: York Factory records

Section Z: Miscellaneous items

    E.13/1: Augusta E.  Morris collection

PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF NEW BRUNSWICK,

Fredericton. Information on the manuscript holdings is provided in A guide to the manuscript collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, comp. A.  C.  Rigby (1977), although a new classification system has been adopted since its publication.

The following materials were cited in the preparation of volume  XIV:

MC: Manuscript Collections

    223: Diocese of Fredericton (Anglican) records

288: New Brunswick Barristers’ Society papers

318: Collection des Pères eudistes (mfm.)

1156: Graves New Brunswick political biography

    collection

    1247: Richard Burpee Hanson papers

    1552: Fonds Gilbert-Anselme Girouard

RS: Record Series

RS9: Executive Council: cabinet meeting

    records

    RS 17: Company and corporate control records

    RS22: Provincial secretary: railway administra-

    tion records

    RS32: Supreme Court minutes

    RS55: Courts of equity: original jurisdiction case

    files

    RS63: Charlotte County Probate Court records

RS64: Gloucester County Probate Court records

RS71: Saint John County Probate Court records

RS108: Land petitions: original series

RS113: Board of Education records

RS114: Teachers payment and pension records

RS115: Teachers licensing and appointment

    records

RS117: Teachers College records

RS141: Vital statistics branch records

RS149: Gloucester County Council records

RS159: Westmorland County Council records

RS160: York County Council records

RS184: New Brunswick Museum records

RS250: Factory legislation committee records

    (1905)

RS272: Land petitions: current series

RS315: Saint John Board of Health records

RS362: Records of Gilbert W.  Ganong, lieutenant

    governor

RS420: St Stephen municipal records

RS538: Provincial secretary: warrants, appoint-

    ments, and commissions

RS595: Royal commission on hospital services,

    1902

RS624: Provincial secretary: companies adminis-

    tration records

RS637: Surveyor general records

    RS657: Grammar, parish, and private school

    records

Photograph Section

P5: George Thomas Taylor collection

P37: Miscellaneous photographs

PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, St John’s. Information on the government holdings of the PANL is provided in A guide to the government records of Newfoundland,comp. Margaret Chang (1983), and its supplement, Inventory of the government records collection of the Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador,comp. Shelley Smith (1988).

Series cited in volume  XIV:

GN: Government records of Newfoundland

GN 1: Governor’s Office

3/A: Local and miscellaneous correspondence

3/B: Letter-books of outgoing correspondence

14: Private secretary

2: Letter-books

  GN 2: Colonial Secretary

    2: Incoming correspondence

    5: Special subject files

GN 6: Royal commissions

GN 13: Department of Justice

1: General administration

A: Departmental files

GN 30: Registrar General/Registry of Vital Statistics

MG: Manuscript Groups

MG 105: James Patrick Howley

MG 223: Sir  Robert Borden

MG 271: Sir  Alfred Bishop  Morine

MG 299: Edward Michael Jackman

MG 836: Sir  James Spearman Winter

PUBLIC ARCHIVES AND RECORDS OFFICE, Charlottetown.

    Collections cited in volume  XIV include:

Acc. 2323: George Leard files

Acc. 2334: Miscellaneous documents

Acc. 2567: Silas Pierce and Company fonds

Acc. 2630: Records of St John’s Anglican Church (St Eleanor’s) and St Mary’s Anglican Church (Summerside) (mfm.)

Acc. 2645: David Laird letters

Acc. 2654: Richard Hunt papers

Acc. 2671: Canadian National Silver Fox Breeders’

Association collection

Acc. 2741: Photographs of premiers and governors

of Prince Edward Island

Acc. 2744: L.  C.  Owen fonds

Acc. 2860: Oulton collection

Acc. 2881: Peake-Brecken fonds

Acc. 2979: David Laird fonds

Acc. 3099: David Laird notebook

Acc. 3271: Roman Catholic Church records

Acc. 3466: Prince Edward Island Heritage Founda-

tion collection

ser.71.12: L.  C.  Owen diaries

ser.72.139: Henry Jones Cundall diaries

  Acc. 4001: Morley collection

  Acc. 4124: L.  C.  Owen correspondence

  Acc. 4158: Henry Jones Cundall letter-books

  Acc. 4225: Archibald John MacDonald diary

  Prince Edward Island Genealogical Society collec-

tion (formerly the Prince Edward Island Heri-

tage Foundation’s genealogical division files;

transferred to the PARO in 1992)

Master name index

Reference files

  RG l: Lieutenant governor, commission books

  RG 5: Executive Council

  RG 6: Courts

  RG 16: Registry Office

  RG 19: Vital statistics

    ser.  3: Marriage records

subseries 1: licence cash-books

subseries 3: marriage registers

    subseries 5: marriage bonds

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island, estates division records (available on mfm.). The original records are scheduled for transfer from the estates division to the PARO.

PUBLIC ARCHIVES OF NOVA SCOTIA, Halifax. A new guide to this repository, NovArchives, will be available in print form and on the PANS web site. In its present format, NovArchives deals primarily with the holdings of the Government Archives Division, but it will be expanded on a continuing basis to include other PANS holdings. This publication supersedes the 1976 Inventory of manuscripts.

Also useful is the Nova Scotia genealogical sources, county guide series being published by the PANS (8v. to date, 1988–    ), which when completed will contain listings of both published and archival materials of genealogical interest in the archives for each of the 18 counties and for the city of Halifax.

Materials used in the preparation of volume XIV:

MG 1: Personal and family papers

130–34: Bishop family, Kings County

167–75, 1309: Thomas Cantley fonds

567: James McDonald scrapbook

705–12: M.  D.  Morrison fonds

963B: John R.  Willis fonds

1160–61: Ford family documents

1193: B.  F.  Pearson scrapbook

1538B: Sir  Charles Tupper fonds

1732: James McDonald, biography, com-

    missions, documents

2155: Graham Fraser collection

2865–69: Clara Dennis archives

3000–128: Phyllis Ruth Blakeley fonds

3185: Bishop family papers, Greenwich,

    Kings County

3218–27: James M.  Cameron fonds

  MG 2: Papers of politicians/Records of political parties

63–223: Sir  Frederick William Borden

422–541, 784–90(B): William Stevens Fielding

554–61: Simon Hugh Holmes

718: Sir  Charles Tupper

1242–49: MacGregor family papers

  MG 3: Business records

193: B.  F.  Pearson, account-book

  MG 9: Scrapbooks

  MG 17: Universities and colleges

MG 20: Records of corporate bodies (societies, organizations, etc.) 181: Nova Scotia Medical Society

211–25: Nova Scotia Historical Society

332–34: Halifax Typographical Union

516: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty

534: Union Engine Company

535: Halifax Local Council of Women

557: North End City Mission

1016: Seamen’s Friend Society, Halifax

MG 100: Miscellaneous manuscripts collection

RG 2: Governor’s and Lieutenant  Governor’s offices

RG 5: Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia

P: Petitions

RG 7: Provincial Secretary

RG 21: Department of Mines

    A: Coal mines

RG 25: Department of Health

NS: Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane

RG 28: Railways

RG 32: Vital statistics

M: Marriage licences

WB: Registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials

RG 35: Elective municipal government

A: Halifax city and county assessments

RG 39: Supreme Court

CO: Colchester County

M: Miscellaneous

HX: Halifax County

    C: Civil and criminal cases

    M: Miscellaneous

QUÉBEC, MINISTÈRE DE LA JUSTICE, Québec. The Archives Civiles and the Archives Judiciaires of Quebec, which are under the joint jurisdiction of the courts and the Ministère de la Justice, constitute two separate repositories. The Archives Judiciaires are deposited at the court-houses in the administrative centres of the provincial judicial districts. The Ministère de la Justice also has responsibility for the records deposited in the Bureaux d’Enregistrement.

A list of the judicial districts can be found in Relevé alphabétique des toponymes populaires du Québec,Commission de toponymie du Québec, compil. (Québec, 1989).

ARCHIVES CIVILES.  Following the reform of the Quebec Civil Code, which went into effect in January  1994, the Archives Civiles from the end of the 19th century to the present were transferred to the Direction de l’État Civil, a central repository in Quebec City under the authority of the Ministère de la Justice. With some exceptions this repository retains documents only for the last 100 years, including registers of births, marriages, and deaths, notaries’ minutiers (minute-books), and records of surveyors active in the various districts; materials are generally moved to the ANQ, where earlier records are deposited, when the 100-year rule comes into effect.

ARCHIVES JUDICIAIRES.  These repositories hold the records of the various courts: documents still current, those of the last five years, remain at the courthouses; semi-active material from the preceding 25 years is placed in one of the 13 centres organized by the Ministère de la Justice; documents more than 30 years old are placed in the regional centres of the ANQ.

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES, Kingston, Ont. Information on the manuscript collections is provided in A guide to the holdings of Queen’s University Archives,ed. Anne MacDermaid et al.(2nd ed., 2v., 1986–87) and in the Queen’s University Library’s online catalogue.

Materials from various collections were consulted in the preparation of volume  XIV

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA ARCHIVES.  The present-day archives of the United Church consist of 19th- and 20th-century archival records of various Canadian Methodist, Presbyterian, and Congregational denominations which came together to form the United Church of Canada. The Central Archives of the United Church is housed at Victoria Univer-

sity, Toronto, along with the university’s archives and the records of most conferences, presbyteries, and congregations in Ontario. Records of other Canadian congregations, presbyteries, and congregations are found in the seven regional conference archives of the United Church Archives network.

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA ARCHIVES/VICTORIA UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES, Toronto. Information on the United Church collections is provided in A record of service: a guide to holdings of the Central Archives of the United Church of Canada, comp. Ruth Dyck Wilson with P D.  James (1992).

The following United Church fonds were cited in the preparation of volume  XIV:

    Fonds 41: Methodist Church (Canada) London

    Conference

    ser.l: Records of the conference

    Fonds 127: Presbyterian Church in Canada,

    Women’s Missionary Society (Western

    Division)

Personal papers

Fonds 3022: Albert Carman

Fonds 3070: James Croil

Fonds 3138: John Edwin Hunter

Fonds 3141: John George Hodgins

Fonds 3209: Egerton Ryerson

Fonds 3215: William John Rose

Biographical files

Local church records

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ARCHIVES.  In 1986 the UTA began preparing a series of detailed guides to its archival holdings. Corporate record accessions to 1976 are covered in A guide to archival records in the University of Toronto (1989), the first volume of a proposed three-volume general inventory.

Materials used in volume  XIV:

A: Corporate record accessions

A67–0007: University of Toronto, office of the presi-

    dent

A70–0005: University of Toronto, senate

A73–0026: University of Toronto, department of graduate records. A collection of biographical files for graduates and faculty members.

A74–0018: Upper Canada College

A75–0008: University of Toronto, faculty of food

    sciences

A75–0014: Royal Conservatory of Music

A85–0020: University of Toronto, governing coun-

    cil, office of the secretary

B: Private papers and records

B72–0031: Loudon, James

B75–0007: Falconbridge, William Glenholme

B88–0002: Hodgins, John George

B88–0009: Falconbridge, William Glenholme

B92–0030: Ireton, Henry John Cunningham

P: Printed materials

P78–0004: University of Toronto, board of gover-

    nors and senate lists

P78–0158: University of Toronto, class and prize

    lists

P87–0046: University of Toronto, convocation pro-

    grammes

GREAT BRITAIN

PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, London. An introduction to the holdings and arrangement of this archives is provided in the Public Record Office current guide (rev. ed., 3 pts., 1996), available on microfiche. The PRO is currently working to make the guide, and eventually all of its catalogues, available on its web site at http://www.open.gov.uk/pro/prohome.htm.  For copies of PRO documents available at the NA see its Main entry catalogue and general inventory (Ottawa, 1987), published on microfiche.

Series consulted in the preparation of volume  XIV: Colonial Office [See Records of the Colonial Office, Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office and Commonwealth Office, ed. Anne Thurston (London, 1995), a revised and expanded version of R.  B.

Pugh, The records of the Colonial and Dominions offices (1964).]

Canada

CO 42: Original correspondence

Ceylon

CO 54: Original correspondence

New Brunswick

CO 188: Original correspondence

CO 189: Entry books

Newfoundland

CO 194: Original correspondence

Prince Edward Island

CO 226: Original correspondence

Public Record Office

Documents acquired by gift, deposit, or purchase

PRO 30/48: Cardwell papers

Registrar General

RG 4: Authenticated registers

Census papers

RG 12: Population returns, 1891

War Office

Correspondence

WO 32: Registered papers, general series

Returns

WO 76: Records of officers’ services

Miscellanea

WO 95: War diaries

B.  NEWSPAPERS

The following Canadian newspapers were particularly useful in the preparation of volume  XIV.  Further details, including additional title variants and locations of copies, are provided in numerous reference sources: for all areas of the country, the National Library of Canada’s Union list of Canadian newspapers on microfiche (microfiche ed., [Ottawa], 1993) and “Canadian newspapers on microform held by the National Library of Canada,” a finding aid available on its web site at http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/services/news/cnie.htm;and for the provinces and territories: Alberta newspapers, 1880–1982; an historical directory,comp. G.  M.  Strathern (Edmonton, 1988); Union catalogue of British Columbia newspapers,comp. Hana Komorous and Kenneth Field (microfiche ed., Vancouver, 1987); Manitoba Library Assoc., Manitoba newspaper checklist with library holdings, 1859–1986 ([Winnipeg], 1986); New Brunswick newspaper directory, 1783–1988, comp. H.  [C.]Craig (Fredericton, 1989); Historical directory of Newfoundland and Labrador newspapers, 1807–1987, comp. Suzanne Ellison (St John’s, 1988); Nova Scotia newspapers: a directory and union list, 1752–1988, comp. Lynn Murphy et al.(2v., Halifax, 1990); Inventory of Ontario newspapers, 1793–1986, comp. J.  B.

Gilchrist (Toronto, 1987) and Dict. of Toronto printers (Hulse) [see section C]; PARO, Checklist and historical directory of Prince Edward Island newspapers, 1787–1986, comp. Heather Boylan (photocopied typescript, Charlottetown, 1987); J.  Hamelin et al., La presse québécoise [see section C]; Historical directory of Saskatchewan newspapers, 1878–1983,comp. Christine MacDonald (Regina and Saskatoon, 1984); and Yukon Arch., Checklist of Yukon newspapers, 1898–1905, comp. Amanda Wearmouth (photocopied typescript, [Whitehorse], 1987).

Acadian Recorder.Halifax. 16  Jan.  1813–10  May  1930, under various titles.

Calgary Herald.2  July  1885 to the present, under various titles; this one in effect from 13  Feb.  1939.

Le Canadien.Québec. 22  Nov.  1806–4  Dec.  1891. Continued at Montréal to 11  Feb.  1893 and from 22  Dec.  1906 to 11  Dec.  1909.

Daily Colonist.Victoria. 31  July  1860–31  Aug.  1980, under various titles.

Daily Mail and Empire.Toronto. 7  Feb.  1895–21  Nov.  1936. Title varies: Mail and Empire (from September  1929). See also Globe

Daily News.St John’s. 15  Feb.  1894–4  June  1984.

Le Devoir.Montréal. 10  Jan.  1910 to the present.

L’Événement.Québec. 13  May  1867–3  March  1967.

Evening Telegram.  St John’s. 3  April  1879 to the present.

Evening Telegram.  Toronto. 18  April  1876–0  Oct.  1971, under various titles; this one in effect to 19  Feb.  1949.

Examiner.Charlottetown. 7  Aug.  1847 to at least 29  May  1922, under various titles, including Daily Examiner (23  May  1881–8  Oct.  1906 and 2  Jan.  1908–30  Nov.  1911).

Farmer’s Advocate and Home Magazine.London, Ont. 1866–28  July  1965. Title varies: Farmer’s Advocate and Canadian Countryman (after September 1951).

Gazette.Montreal. 25  Aug.  1785 to the present. Title varies: Montreal Gazette (to 1  June  1867).

Globe.Toronto. 5  March  1844–21  Nov.  1936. On 23  Nov.  1936 it merged with the Daily Mail and Empire [q.v.]to form the Globe and Mail, which continues to the present.

Halifax Herald.2  Jan.  1892–31  Dec.  1948. Continues the Morning Herald (14  Jan.  1875–31  Dec.  1891).

Hamilton Spectator.Hamilton, Ont. 15  July  1846 to the present, under various titles.

Manitoba Free Press.Winnipeg. 6  July  1874 to the present, under various titles, including Manitoba Morning Free Press (5  June  1893–26  Jan.  1915) and Winnipeg Free Press (2  Dec.  1931 to date).

La Minerve.Montréal. 9  Nov.  1826–27  May  1899.

Le Moniteur acadien.Shédiac, N.B. 8  July  1867–14  Jan.  1926. Revived 14  June  1984 and has continued to the present, under various titles.

Montreal Daily Star.16  Jan.  1869–25  Sept.  1979,

under various titles; this one in effect 1877–18  Oct.  1957.

Morning Chronicle.Halifax. 24  Jan.  1844–21  Jan.  1927.

Morning Herald.Halifax. See Halifax Herald

Ottawa Citizen.22  Feb.  1851 to the present, under various titles.

Ottawa Evening Journal.10  Dec.  1885–27  Aug.  1980. Title varies: Ottawa Journal (from July  1949).

La Patrie.Montréal. 24  Feb.  1879–9  Jan.  1978.

Patriot.Charlottetown. 6  July  1865 to the present, under various titles, including Patriot (to 6  April  1881) and Daily Patriot (7  April  1881–14  Nov.  1910); issues are available only from 4  July  1867.

La Presse.Montréal. 20  Oct.  1884 to the present.

Saint John Globe.Saint John, N.B. 26  Sept.  1866–15  Jan.  1927.

Le Soleil.Québec. 28  Dec.  1896 to the present.

Toronto Daily Mail.30  March  1872–6  Feb.  1895. Title varies: Mail (to 31  July  1880). On 7  Feb.  1895 it merged with the Toronto Empire to form the Daily Mail and Empire [q.v.].

Toronto Daily Star.3  Nov.  1892 to the present. Title varies: Evening Star (to 24  Jan.  1900); Toronto Daily Star (25  Jan.  1900–Nov.  1971); subsequently Toronto Star.

Vancouver Daily Province.26  March  1898 to the present, under various titles; this one in effect 20  Jan.  1900–16  Feb.  1952.

Victoria Daily Times.9  June  1884–30  Aug.  1980.

Winnipeg Free Press.See Manitoba Free Press

  Winnipeg Tribune.28  Jan.  1890–27  Aug.  1980, under various titles, including Winnipeg Daily Tribune (28  Jan.  1890–27  June  1903) and Winnipeg Tribune (29  June  1903–6  Jan.  1915 and 30  May  1930–27  Aug.  1980).

World.Toronto. 19  Aug.  1880–9  April  1921.

C.  PUBLISHED SOURCES AND THESES

Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Regionl/Revue de l’histoire de la région atlantique.Fredericton. 1 (1971–72)–    .

Almanacs.Because their titles vary, and compilers and publishers frequently change, the Canadian almanacs used in the preparation of volume  XIV have been grouped together under this heading and cited under general series titles. The dates and titles of the relevant issues follow. Most individual almanacs published up to 1901 have been made available on microfiche by the  CIHM and are listed in its Reg.

Almanach-directoire de St.  Hyacinthe.  .  .  . Saint-

Hyacinthe, Qué., 1875.

Belcher’s farmers almanack.  .  .  .Halifax, 1824–

1930, with some changes in title. Issues for 1877–86 were used in vol. XIV.

Harvie’s Prince Edward Island almanack.  .  .  .

Charlottetown, 1868–81.

Beaver.Winnipeg. 1 (1920–21)–    . Subtitle varies.

Bibliography of Newfoundland.Compiled by Agnes C[ecilia] O’Dea. Edited by Anne Alexander. 2 vols. Toronto, 1986.

A bibliography of the prairie provinces to 1953, with biographical index.Compiled by Bruce Braden Peel. 2nd edition. Toronto and Buffalo, N.Y., 1973.

BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Information concerning official publications is available in M.  C.  Holmes, Publications of the government of British Columbia, 1871–1947 (Victoria, [1950]).

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

Journals.Victoria, 1872–    .

Sessional papers.Victoria, 1872–    . The sessional papers for 1872–75 are included in the Journals.

Statutes of the province of British Columbia.Victoria, 1872–    .

British Columbia Executive Council appointments,

1871–1986. Compiled by Judith Antonik Bennett and Frederike Verspoor. [Victoria], 1989.

BC Studies.Vancouver. No.  l (winter 1968–69)–    .

Le Bulletin des recherches historiques.Published usually in Lévis, Qué. 1 (1895)–70 (1968).

Les Cahiers des Dix.Montréal. No.  1 (1936)–    . Published at Québec from no.36 (1971)–    .

CANADA.  For details concerning the publications of the government of Canada, see O.  B.  Bishop, Canadian official publications (Oxford, 1981), and Marion Villiers Higgins, Canadian government publications: a manual for librarians (Chicago, 1935). Information on royal commissions is provided in Federal royal commissions in Canada, 1867–1966: a checklist, comp. G.  F.  Henderson (Toronto, 1967).

Canada Gazette.Ottawa, 1  July  1867–    . Bilingual title-page from 1939: Canada Gazette/La

Gazette du Canada.

HOUSE OF COMMONS/CHAMBRE DES COMMUNES

Debates/Débats.  Ottawa, 1867/68–    ; official publication begins in 1875. For unofficial reports of the earlier debates see “Parl. debates,” infra.

Journals/Journaux.Ottawa, 1867/68–    .

    PARLIAMENT/PARLEMENT

Sessional papers/Documents de la session.

Ottawa, 1867/68–1925.

SENATE/SÉNAT

Debates/Débats.  Ottawa, 1867/68–    ; official publication in English begins in 1871 and in French in 1896. For unofficial reports of the pre–1871 debates, see “Parl. debates,” infra.

Journals/Journaux.Ottawa, 1867/68–    .

Statutes/Statuts.Ottawa, 1867/68–    . Title varies:

Acts/Actes, 1873–1951.

Canada, an encyclopædia of the country: the Canadian dominion considered in its historic relations, its natural resources, its material progress, and its national development.Edited by J[ohn] Castell Hopkins. 6 vols. and index. Toronto, 1898–1900.

Canadiana, 1867–1900, monographs: Canada’s national bibliography/canadiana, 1867–1900: monographies: la bibliographie nationale du Canada.Microfiche edition. Ottawa, 1980–[90].

The Canadian album: men of Canada; or, success by example.  .  .  .Edited by W[illia]m Cochrane and J[ohn] Castell Hopkins. 5 vols. Brantford, Ont.,

and Toronto, 1891–96. Vols.1–4 were prepared by Cochrane, vol.5 by Hopkins.

The Canadian annual review of public affairs.Toronto. 35 vols.  1901–37/38. Edited by J[ohn] Castell Hopkins, 1901–22. The volume for 1901 was originally published in 1902 as Morang’s annual register of Canadian affairs and reissued around 1904 as The Canadian annual review of public affairs, 1901.

The Canadian biographical dictionary and portrait gallery of eminent and self-made men.2 vols. Toronto, 1880–81.

CANADIAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION/ SOCIÉTÉ CANADIENNE D’HISTOIRE DE L’EGLISE CATHOLIQUE, Ottawa. Publishes simultaneously a Report in English and a Rapport in French, the contents of which are entirely different. 1 (1933–34)–    . Titles vary. English report: Study sessions,33 (1966)–50 (1983); Canadian Catholic historical studies,51 (1984)–56 (1989); Historical studies, 57 (1990)–    . French report: Sessions d’étude, 33 (1966)–6 (1989); Études d’histoire religieuse, 57 (1990)–    .

The Canadian directory of parliament, 1867–1967. Edited by J[ames] K[eith] Johnson. Ottawa, 1968.

The Canadian encyclopedia.Edited by James H[arley] Marsh et al.2nd edition. 4 vols. Edmonton, 1988.

CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION/SOCIÉTÉ HISTORIQUE DU CANADA, Ottawa. Report of the annual meeting.  .  .  .1922–    . Title varies: Annual report, 1922–24; Report of the annual meeting.  .  .  . /Rapport de l’assemblie annuelle .  .  .  ,1951–65; Historical papers .  .  . /Communications historiques .  .  .  , 1966–89; Journal/Revue, new ser., I (1990)–    .

Canadian Historical Review.Toronto. 1 (1920)–    .

CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR HISTORICAL MICROREPRODUCTIONS/INSTITUT CANADIEN DE MICROREPRODUCTIONS HISTORIQUES, Ottawa. Canada: the printed record: a bibliographic register with indexes to the microfiche series/Catalogue d’imprimés canadiens: répertoire bibliographique avec index de la collection de microfiches.Microfiche edition. Ottawa, 1981–    The latest cumulation, published in 1995, includes more than 60,000 entries for pre-1901 publications. Search access to these records is also available on the  CIHM web site at http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/cihm.

Canadian Magazine.Toronto. 1 (March-October  1893)–91 (January-April  1939). Title varies: Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature to 63 (May  1924–January  1925); Canadian, 88 (July–December  1937)–91.

The Canadian men and women of the time: a handbook of Canadian biography.Edited by Henry James Morgan. Toronto, 1898. 2nd edition. 1912.

The Canadian parliamentary guide.Quebec, 1862–63; Montreal, 1864–74; Ottawa, 1875–1988; Toronto, 1989–    . Editor varies. Title varies: The Canadian parliamentary companion to 1897. Bilingual from 1982/83: Canadian parliamentary guide/Guide parlementaire canadien.

The Canadian who’s who.London and Toronto, 1910.

A cyclopœdia of Canadian biography.  .  .  .Edited by Geo[rge] Maclean Rose and Hector [Willoughby] Charlesworth. 3 vols. Toronto, 1886–1919. Vols.l–2 were edited by Rose, vol.3 by Charlesworth.

DESJARDINS, JOSEPH.  Guide parlementaire historique de la province de Québec, 1792 à 1902.Québec, 1902.

Dictionary of American biography.Edited by Allen Johnson et al.20 vols., index, and 2 supps. [to 1940]. New York, 1928–58; reprinted, 22 vols. in 11 and index, [1946?]–58. 8 additional supps. to date [to 1980]. Edited by Edward T[opping] James et al.1973–    . Comprehensive index; complete through supplement eight.1990.

Dictionary of Hamilton biography.Edited by Thomas Melville Bailey et al. 3 vols. to date [to 1939]. Hamilton, Ont., 1981–    .

Dictionary of national biography.Edited by Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee. 63 vols., 3 supps., and index and epitome [to 1900]. London, 1885–1903; reissued without index, 22 vols., 1908–9. 10 additional supps. to date [to 1990]. Edited by Sidney Lee et al.London; Oxford, 1912–    . Missing persons [additional biographies from the beginning to 1985]. Edited by C[hristine] S[tephanie] Nicholls. Oxford and New York, 1993.

Dictionary of Newfoundland and Labrador biography.Edited by Robert H.  Cuff et al.St John’s, 1990.

A dictionary of Toronto printers, publishers, booksellers, and the allied trades, 1798–1900.Compiled by Elizabeth Hulse. Toronto, 1982.

Dictionnaire des œuvres littéraires du Québec.Sous

la direction de Maurice Lemire. 5 vols. Montréal, 1978–87. 2e édition des vols. l–2, 1980–87.

Dictionnaire des parlementaires du Québec, 1792–1992.Gaston Deschênes et al., compilateurs. Sainte-Foy, Qué., 1993. See also RPQ, infra

DIRECTORIES.  Issued initially as single works, Canadian directories often became regular, usually annual, publications during the 19th century. Because titles within series vary greatly, and editors or compilers frequently change, the directories used in the preparation of vol. XIV have been cited under the general entry Directory and identified by region. Individual titles and publication information are detailed in Checklist of Canadian directories, 1790–1950, comp. D.  E.  Ryder (Ottawa, 1979) and Canadian directories, 1790–1987: a

bibliography and place-name index, comp. M.  E.  Bond (3v., Ottawa, 1989).

The dominion annual register and review.  .  .  .[1878–86]. Edited by Henry J[ames] Morgan et al.8 vols. Montreal, etc., 1879–87.

Elections in New Brunswick, 1784–1984/Les élections au Nouveau-Brunswick, 1784–1984.Fredericton, 1984.

Electoral history of British Columbia, 1871–1986.

[Victoria, 1988].

Encyclopedia of music in Canada.Edited by Helmut Kallmann et al.2nd edition. Toronto, 1992.

Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador.Edited by Joseph R[oberts] Smallwood et al.5 vols. St John’s, 1981–94.

Guide parlementaire québécois.Québec, 1989.

Guide to Canadian ministries since confederation, July  1,  1867–February  1,  1982.[Ottawa], 1982. Supplement, March  3,  1980–January  15, 1993.Compiled by Henri Chassé. [Ottawa, 1993].

HAMEL, RÉGINALD, et al. Dictionnaire des auteurs de langue française en Amérique du Nord.Montréal, 1989.

HAMELIN, JEAN, et al. La presse québécoise, des origines à nos jours.10 vols. [1764–1975]. Québec, 1973–90. Index cumulatifs (tomes I à  VII) (1764–1944).1987.

HAMELIN, MARCEL.  Les premières années du parlementarisme québécois (1867–1878).Québec, 1974.

Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d’études canadiennes.Peterborough, Ont. 1 (1966)–   

KAREL, DAVID.  Dictionnaire des artistes de langue française en Amérique du Nord; peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs, graveurs, photographes et orfèvres.[Québec], 1992.

The Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia, 1758–1983: a biographical directory.Edited by Shirley B[urnham] Elliott. [Halifax], 1984.

Legislators and legislatures of Ontario: a reference guide.Compiled by Debra Forman. 4 vols. [1792–1991]. [Toronto, 1984–92].

LE JEUNE, L[OUIS-MARIE]. Dictionnaire général de biographie, histoire, littérature, agriculture, commerce, industrie et des arts, sciences, mœurs, coutumes, institutions politiques et religieuses du Canada.2 vols. Ottawa, [1931].

LINTEAU, PAUL-ANDRÉ.  Histoire de Montréal depuis la Confédération.Montréal, 1992.

MANITOBA

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE

Journals/Journaux.Winnipeg, 1871–    . Published in separate French and English editions until 1888/89; in English only, 1890–1984/85; bilingual from 1985/86.The journals for 1871–1914include appendices; title varies: “Appendix”/“Appendice,” 1871–85; “Ses-

sional papers,” 1886–1914/“Documents de la session,” 1886–9.

Statutes/Statuts.Winnipeg, 1871–    . Published in separate English and French editions until 1888/ 89; in English only, 1890–1983, but with some French content after 1980. English title varies: Acts from 1890. Bilingual from 1984/85 as Acts/Lois.

NATIONAL LIBRARY OF CANADA/BIBLIOTHÈQUE NATIONALE DU CANADA, Ottawa. National Library catalogue/Catalogue de la Bibliothque nationale.Electronic access to the National Library’s collections is available through its web site at http://www.nlc-bnc.ca.

The national union catalog, pre–1956 imprints.  .  .  .

754 vols. London and Chicago, 1968–81.

NELLES, H[ENRY] V[IVIAN]. The politics of development: forests, mines & hydro-electric power in Ontario, 1849–1941.Toronto, 1974.

NEW BRUNSWICK.  For a bibliography of New Brunswick government publications, see O.  B.  Bishop, Publications of the governments of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, 1758–1952 (Ottawa, 1957).

Acts.Saint John or Fredericton, 1786–    .

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Synoptic report of the proceedings.Saint John, etc., 1874–92. Issued by the unicameral Legislative Assembly from 1893 on.

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

Synoptic report of the proceedings.Fredericton, 1893–    . Name of issuing body continues to appear on the title-page as House of Assembly, 1893–94.

NEWFOUNDLAND.  Information on publications of the colonial and provincial governments of Newfoundland appears in the Biblio. of Nfld (O’Dea and Alexander), supra.

Acts.St John’s, 1833–    . Title varies: Statutes

    since 1949.

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Journal.St John’s, 1833–1933. Issued by the unicameral General  Assembly, 1843–46. No assemblies took place in 1842 or 1847.

“Newspaper Hansard.” See Ont., Legislature, Debates, infra

The newspaper reference book of Canada; embracing facts and data regarding Canada and biographical sketches of representative Canadian men for use by newspapers.Toronto, 1903.

NICHOLSON, G[ERALD] W[ILLIAM] L[INGEN]. Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914–1919: official history of the Canadian army in the First World War.Corrected 2nd printing. Ottawa, 1964.

NOVA SCOTIA.  A bibliography of Nova Scotia government publications is available in O.  B.  Bishop, Publications of the governments of Nova Scotia,

Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, 1758–1952 (Ottawa, 1957).

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Debates and proceedings.Halifax, 1855–1916. Title varies.

Journal and proceedings.Halifax, 1761 to the present. This title in effect from 1789.

The statutes of Nova Scotia.Halifax, 1798 to the present. Title varies; this one in effect from 1851/52.

Nova Scotia vital statistics from newspapers.  .  .  .

Compiled by Terrence M[ichael] Punch and Jean M.  Holder. 9 vols. to date [1769–1854]. Halifax, 1978–    . All vols. except [1]: 1813–1822 and [3]: 1769–1812 compiled by Holder. Cover title as above, but title on title-page varies.

ONTARIO.  Further information concerning Ontario government publications is available in the following: O.  B.  Bishop, Publications of the government of Ontario, 1867–1900 (Toronto, 1976); H.  I.  MacTaggart, Publications of the government of Ontario, 1901–1955 (Toronto, 1964); Royal commissions and commissions of inquiry for the provinces of Upper Canada, Canada and Ontario, 1792 to 1991: a checklist of reports, comp. Dawna PetscheWark and Catherine Johnson (Toronto, 1992); and Select committees of the assemblies of the provinces of Upper Canada, Canada and Ontario, 1792 to 1991: a checklist of reports,comp. Richard Sage and Aileen Weir (Toronto, 1992).

CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER

A history of the electoral districts, legislatures and ministries of the province of Ontario, 1867–1968.Compiled by Roderick Lewis. Centennial edition. Toronto, [1969]. Originally published as A statistical history of all the electoral districts of the province of Ontario since 1867, comp. Roderick Lewis (Toronto, [1960]).

LEGISLATURE

Debates.Toronto, 1867/68–    ; official publication begins in 1944. The debates for 1867–1943 were reconstructed from unofficial newspaper reports and made available on microfilm by the AO in 1964 under the title “Newspaper Hansard.”

Sessional papers.Toronto, 1868/69–1948. Ontario Gazette.Toronto, 7  March  1868–    .

Statutes of the province of Ontario. Toronto, 1867/68–    .

Ontario History.Toronto. 1 (1899)–    ; vols.l–9 (1957) reprinted Millwood, N.Y., 1975. Title varies: Ontario Historical Society, Papers and Records to 1946.

“Parliamentary debates.” Canadian Library Association microfilm of the debates of the legislature of the Province of Canada and the parliament of Can-

ada for the period 1846–74, based on scrapbooks compiled by the Library of Parliament from unofficial newspaper reports of the debates and commonly known as the Scrapbook debates.

Pioneers and early citizens of Manitoba: a dictionary of Manitoba biography from the earliest times to 1920. Compiled by Marjorie Morley et al.Winnipeg, [1971].

Political appointments, parliaments, and the judicial bench in the Dominion of Canada, 1867 to 1895. Edited by N[arcisse]-Omer Coté. Ottawa, 1896. Supplement .  .  . 1896 to 1903. 1903.

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.  Further information concerning Prince Edward Island government publications is available in O.  B.  Bishop, Publications of the governments of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, 1758–1952 (Ottawa, 1957).

The acts of the General  Assembly of Prince Edward Island.Charlottetown, 1790–    ; not printed, 1798–1805. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Debates and proceedings.Charlottetown, 1860–93. Title varies: The parliamentary reporter; or, debates and proceedings to 1886.

Journal.Charlottetown, 1788–1893, except 1798–1805 when none were printed. Title varies. Superseded by the Journal of the unicameral Legislative Assembly.

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

Debates and proceedings.Charlottetown, 1860–93.

Journal.Charlottetown; 1827–93.

Prominent men of Canada: a collection of persons distinguished in professional and political life, and in the commerce and industry of Canada.Edited by G[raeme] Mercer Adam.  Toronto, 1892.

QUEBEC.  For further information on Quebec government publications, see Répertoire des publications gouvernementales du Québec de 1867 à 1964, André Beaulieu et al., compil.(Québec, 1968), and Yvon Thériault, Les publications parlementaires d’hier et d’aujourd’hui ([2e éd.], Québec, 1982), also issued in English as The parliamentary publications, past and present (1983).

ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE/LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Débats.1867/68–1967 (continued by the Débats of the Assemblée Nationale, 1968–    ); official publication begins in 1964. Reports speeches by members in the language in which they were given. A semi-official series of debates for the period June  1879–February  1893 was published as Débats de la législature provinciale de la province de Québec, G.-A.  Desjardins et al.,édit. (15v., Québec, 1879–95). Titles and editors vary. The Débats

de l’Assemblée législative for 1867/68–78 and 1893–1963 are being reconstructed by the Assemblée Nationale from unofficial reports (18v. parus [1867/68–78 and 1893–1910], Marcel Hamelin et al.,édit., Québec, 1974–    ). Editors vary.

Journaux/Journals.1867/68–1967/68. Issued in separate French and English editions until 1941.

CONSEIL LÉGISLATIF/LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

Débats.A semi-official series of debates for the period 27  Jan.  1887–21  Dec.  1895 was published as Débats du Conseil législatif de la province de Québec, C.-E.  Rouleau, édit. (l0v., Québec, 1887–95).

Quebec Official Gazette/Gazette officielle de Québec.Bilingual 16  Jan.  1869–1977; issued in French only from 1978.

Statuts de la province de Québec/Statutes of the province of Quebec.1868–    Title varies. Issued in separate French and English editions until 1941 and from 1978 to 1988; bilingual, 1942–77; French only from 1989.

Répertoire des parlementaires québécois, 1867–1978. [Sous la direction d’André Lavoie.] Québec,

1980. See also DPQ, supra

A report on Alberta elections,1905–1982. [Edmon-

ton, 1983.]

Les résultats électoraux depuis 1867. Québec, 1990.

Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française.Montréal.

1 (1947–48)–    .

ROY, PIERRE-GEORGES.  Les avocats de la région de

Québec.Lévis, Qué., 1936 [i.e. 1937].

—. Les juges de la province de Québec.Québec,

1933

ROYAL SOCIETY OF CANADA/SOCIÉTÉ ROYALE DU

CANADA, Ottawa. Proceedings and Transactions/ Mémoires et comptes rendus.1st ser., 1 (1882/83)–12 (1894); 2nd ser., 1 (1895)–12 (1906); 3rd ser., 1 (1907)–56 (1962); 4th ser., 1 (1963)–22 (1985); 5th ser., 1 (1986). French title varies: Délibérations et mémoires from 4th ser., 10 (1972). Continued as separately issued Proceedings/Délibérations and Transactions/Mémoires, 5th ser., 2 (1987)–4 (1989); 6th ser., 5 (1990)–    .

RUMILLY, ROBERT.  Histoire de la province de

Québec.41 vols. Montréal et Paris, 1940–69. 2e édition des vols.1–9. s.d. 3e édition des vols.1–6. s.d. Réimpression des vols.l–5 de la 1re édition, Montréal, 1971–80.

—. Histoire de Montréal.5 vols. Montréal, 1970–74.

Saskatchewan executive and legislative directory,

1905–1970. Regina and Saskatoon, 1971.

Saskatchewan History.Saskatoon. 1 (1948)–    .

Saturday Night.Toronto. 3  Dec.  1887–    . Title varies:

Toronto Saturday Night to 15  July  1911; Canadian

Saturday Night, August  1962–June/July  1963.

SCHOLEFIELD, E[THELBERT] O[LAF] S[TUART], AND F[REDERICK] W[ILLIAM] HOWAY.  British Columbia from the earliest times to the present.4 vols. Vancouver, 1914. Vol.1 was written by Scholefield and vol.2 by Howay; vols.3 and 4 consist of biographies.

Science and technology in Canadian history: a bibliography of primary sources to 1914.Compiled by R.  Alan Richardson and Bertrum H.  MacDonald. Microfiche edition. Thornhill, Ont., 1987.

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