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                  terms with Lieutenant Governor Auguste-Réal Angers, whom he served as private secretary for a time
                  . 13 Dec. 1850 in Saint-François parish (in Beauceville), Lower Canada, son of George William Chapman, a merchant, and Caroline Angers, sister of François-Réal
                  Angers on 16 Dec. 1891 and the Liberals, including Shehyn, found themselves once more in opposition. At the election of 8 March 1892, in the midst of a Liberal rout, Shehyn
                  Angers, who became solicitor general, and he made room for the impatient young opportunists under Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau* by
                  Legislative Assembly, having won a stunning victory over the attorney general, Auguste-Réal Angers, as a result of
                  Angers, the minister of agriculture, had resigned in July 1895 and Bowell could not find a French Canadian to replace him; the government had lost two critical by-elections in Quebec over
                  Church Point, but Landry did not recant. As his voluminous correspondence shows, his caustic pen aroused the anger of many public figures. His editorials sometimes advanced the Acadian cause, but not
                  Angers in 1891 and the election of 8 March 1892, Leblanc was unanimously voted in as speaker of the Legislative Assembly on 26 April. At first glance, the Boucherville
                  Caron* and Auguste-Réal Angers, resigned from the cabinet on 8 July 1895. Ouimet and Adolphe
                  later. In September 1891 Lieutenant Governor Auguste-Réal Angers named Jetté to head the royal
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