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                  DAVIS, ROBERT ATKINSON, schoolteacher, businessman, and politician; b
                   
                  to the House of Assembly as a “Free Schooler” and supporter of the Protestant coalition led by Liberal leader Louis Henry Davies*. Gordon
                   
                  Tilley*, and others, as well as the author’s personal collection of newspaper clippings (many undated), and an interview with Edith Armstrong Nelson Davis of Saint John, N.B., a daughter of the subject
                  Vancouver to air mainland grievances against the provincial government of Premier Theodore Davie*. He read a manifesto outlining local concerns, his
                  Cochrane and Mary Davis; m. first 5 Aug. 1856 Mary Hicks; m. secondly 29 April 1876 Ellen Louisa Bule, née Thorne; m. thirdly 30 March 1899 Lillian Elucia Odell in Ottawa; he
                  Academician (London, 1911). DAB. C. C. Davis and W. A. Alderson, The true story of “Ramona”; its facts and fictions, inspiration and purpose (Toronto, 1914
                  . Gwendolyn Davies Margaret Gill Currie’s letter to J. V. Ellis, addressed to “E. V. Ellis” and dated Fredericton, 23
                  handful of Protestant Conservatives who refused to support the coalition headed by Louis Henry Davies* and opposed its intention to end
                   
                  ), sect.ii: 137–85. The memoirs of a Canadian secretary: a posthumous paper appeared anonymously under the fictitious editorship of “Ephraim Davis” and bears the fictitious imprint “Toronto
                   
                  . Gwendolyn Davies Murray’s article on Laura Secord appears in Canadian Hist
                   
                  Davis* in 1864, on the need to send Baptist missionaries into Pictou County, he launched a blistering attack on the inadequacies of Baptist theology. The controversy was pursued at length in letters
                  Davis* of Ontario. Towards the end of his life he would also claim to have earned a dcl, but no documentary evidence exists to support his assertion
                  , 1884–87, 1892–96; Journals, 1903–4; Parl., Sessional papers, 1891–1905; Statutes, 1893–1904. Canadian annual rev. (Hopkins), 1901–4. Anne Chisholm and Michael Davie
                  Davie*, to use “friendly diplomacy” to “induce Judge Crease to apply for superannuation.” Crease retired six months later, on 20 Jan. 1896
                  . C. Masters, Bishop’s University, the first hundred years (Toronto, 1950). J. J. Talman and Ruth Davis Talman, “Western” – 1878–1953: being the
                  : history and interpretation, ed. Alan Davies (Waterloo, Ont., 1992), 67–91.  r.c.]
                  Davis]. The official use of the French language became the target of attacks in the same decade despite its protection by section 23 of the Manitoba Act. Ontario immigrants also brought with
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