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                  writer and the first historiographer of the eastern part of Drummond county. Annette was educated at the convent of the Sisters of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in L’Avenir, and then continued
                   Nov. 1866 in Sydney (Australia), eldest son of Robert Gillespie Reid
                  , ELIZA ANN (Reid), social reformer; b. 30 Oct. 1841 in Montreal, daughter of Nicholas McIntosh, a cabinetmaker, and Margaret Brown; m. there 12 Sept. 1867 Robert Reid, and they had one daughter; d
                  , 1896-1911; 1922-23. Canadian men and women of the time (Morgan; 1898 and 1912). Cyclopædia of Canadian biog. (Rose and Charlesworth), vol.3. Robert Drummond, Minerals and mining
                  , metal fabricator Drummond, McCall and Company [see George Edward Drummond*], newspaper proprietor Hugh
                  Lavergne. As the Liberal candidate for the riding of Drummond and Arthabaska in the federal election of 20 June 1882, Cannon was defeated by the Conservative incumbent, Désiré-Olivier Bourbeau. When the
                  Canadian Academy of Arts at its founding in 1880 and was appointed academician six years later. This decade was marked by the death in 1881 of Charles Robert, one of the Bell-Smiths’ three sons, and that
                   century, and he was the Conservative candidate for Drummond in the provincial election of 1900, in which he was defeated. Eventually he represented Sherbrooke as a Liberal
                  United Church of Canada in 1925. He had been vice-president of the General Board of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and had acted as chair when Daniel Robert Drummond, an opponent of union, resigned
                  *, a pioneer in Canadian urban studies, and Robert Hamilton Coats*, the
                  and on the speaker’s platform. Old Testament scholar George Adam Smith, New Testament expert Marcus Dods, theologian Alexander Balmain Bruce, and natural scientist Henry Drummond were particularly
                   1907, nor the English Canadian Conservatives led by Robert Laird Borden
                  3.2 per cent. He was not the first person at McGill to use antiseptic techniques: Robert Craik and others had done so in the previous decade, but had not adhered strictly to Lister’s methods, so their
                  openly attacking the government’s mining policy and advocating political action [see Robert Drummond
                  Walkerville. Most satisfying was the maturation of the automobile industry, including the emergence of a trade press and show entrepreneurs, notably Robert Miller Jaffray. McGregor, who saw Canada’s regions
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