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                  interest in botanical research had been kindled by his mentor, William Smith Clark. Both Clark and Penhallow followed the trail blazed by the “new school of botanical science” which, as Penhallow explained
                  Canadian News Company Limited) in association with William Walter Copp* and Henry James Clark of Copp, Clark and Company and with several
                  Brown* left an indelible mark on his approach towards publishing and politics. This political bias was further fed by Innes’s close relationship with Liberal power-broker Charles Clarke of nearby
                  legislature. In a five-way race the Tory candidates, Edward Frederick Clarke, an editor and former printers-union leader, and Henry Edward Clarke, a trunk manufacturer, topped the polls. The third seat was won
                  *, John Rolph*, and Charles Clarke, he met at the Toronto
                  photograph of Noel in his camp appear in Adney’s papers at the Peabody Museum (Salem, Mass.), box 56 (mfm. at UNBL). A painting of him, also by Adney, is reproduced on the dust cover of G. F. Clarke
                  Bethia Clarke; d. 14 Sept. 1905 in Amherst
                  Clarke, Charles Lindsey, David Christie*, Peter Perry*, and Malcolm
                  families, both residing at the asylum, were at war. Langmuir decided to move Lett to the Provincial Lunatic Asylum in Toronto [see Daniel Clark
                  Brigham Young; m. fourthly 2 Dec. 1885 Lavinia Clark Rigby; d. 9 Sept. 1906
                  COWAN, JOHN WARREN, merchant and manufacturer; b. 1841 in Nenagh (Republic of Ireland), son of Edmund Cowan and Tryphena Clark; m. 28
                  Lyall*, Moses Harvey, and Daniel Clark*, the last
                  Acadian historiography. He still holds a place in the pantheon of Acadia. P. D. Clarke
                  fines on several Métis who had ignored the rules of the buffalo hunt. These individuals complained to HBC factor Lawrence Clarke* at Fort
                  . dict. [subject’s name is given incorrectly as Henry C. Caldwell at the head of the entry, but is correct in the text]. Charles Clarke, Sixty years in Upper Canada, with
                  newspapers and magazines. In 1906 he and George Harold Clark, later dominion seed commissioner, published the pictorial Farm weeds of Canada, an outstanding contribution to science. However, his best
                  Clarke Pray’s tragedy Poetus Cæcinna in October 1851. Nickinson
                   Daniel Clark* of the Toronto asylum and endorsed to varying degrees by many physicians at
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