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                  COVE, JOHN WILLIAM, physician; b
                  Sedgewick], “In memoriam: John James Stewart,” N.S. Hist. Soc., Coll., 13 (1908): 153–55. Waite, Man from Halifax. Terry Whalen, “Wilfred Campbell: the poetry of doubt,” Journal of
                  . 21 Jan. 1828 in York (Toronto), third son of John Beverley Robinson
                  Bain entered the employ of James Campbell and Son, Toronto publishers and wholesale booksellers, as a travelling salesman in Upper Canada, the Maritimes, and the United States. He made his first annual
                  cousins of Lee’s maternal grandmother). In effect, Lee was robbing his own family; in the Drury matter he was also preying on the trust of his fellow administrator, Chief Justice Sir John Campbell
                  , ed. Keith Matthews and G. [E.] Panting ([St John’s], 1978), 77–103. G. S. Brown, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia: a sequel to Campbell’s “History” (Boston
                  . 5 Feb. 1873 Alice E. Maxwell in Saint John, N.B., and they had at least six children; d. 18 Feb. 1908 in
                  , eldest son of John Macarthur and Sarah Dallas; m. first 1873 Catherine Robertson, and they had one son; m. secondly 4 June 1876 Christian Ross in Winnipeg, and they had one daughter; m. there
                  John Daily Sun, 14, 16 Feb. 1901. R. P. Campbell, Challenging years, 1894–1979: 85 years of the Council of Women in Saint John ([Saint John, 1981?]). T
                  McMILLAN, JOHN, farmer, office holder, and politician; b. 24 July 1824 in Kirkconnel, Scotland, son of Walter McMillan and
                  (Burrell-Johnson Iron Company); 4-88 (Yarmouth Woollen Mill); Clement Doane, cemetery records; Grantees’ map of Yarmouth Township; Robbins geneal., comp. G. S. Brown. Progress (Saint John
                  an attorney on 15 Oct. 1866 and called to the bar on 12 Oct. 1867. In the latter year he succeeded John Campbell Allen
                  Campbell*, Mackenzie Bowell*, and Sir John A. Macdonald* to
                  *, St Paul (perhaps Jean-Baptiste Lolo*, also known as St Paul), and Mekis (Eagle); to his Métis wife were born George, John
                  Justice John Campbell Allen* arranged the defence, and the injunction was not granted. Throughout the controversy, Roberts led his flock with
                  WÜRTELE, JONATHAN SAXTON CAMPBELL, lawyer, seigneur, politician, office holder, business man, professor, and judge; b
                  mother, an amateur painter, Clara developed her artistic talent with lessons from her uncle John George Howard*, an architect in whose
                  Palmer as a co-owner of the Guelph Weekly Mercury. In 1867 Palmer sold out to Innes and John Campbell McLagan, who added a daily edition. After McLagan dissolved the partnership in 1869, Innes
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