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                  the records of other politicians, notably Sir Richard McBride, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and Sir Robert Borden. The McBride papers are at BCARS, Add. mss 347
                   
                  September he had reached an understanding with Premier Richard McBride that became known as the McKenna–McBride
                   
                  was decisively defeated. Consequently, he was out of the legislature during the following three years when a young upstart from New Westminster, Richard
                   
                  Parker Williams held Premier Sir Richard McBride, Howay, and the province’s prison system responsible
                   
                  , C555). J. M. McC. Clark, [Letter, 1910 Dec. 3, to Hon. Richard McBride, Victoria, B.C.] (broadside, n.p., 1910; copy in BCARS, Northwest Coll., NWp 970.5, C555).
                   
                  audience of Victoria society headed by Premier Sir Richard McBride
                   
                  masters. Premier Richard McBride was a personal friend, and Provincial Secretary Henry Esson
                   
                  . 14 June 1874 in Bundoran (Republic of Ireland), younger of the two sons of Richard Lipsett and Etty —; d. 14 Oct. 1918 near Saulzoir, France
                  remained his first passion, and he threw himself into the provincial election of 1912 as a candidate in Vancouver. City. Richard
                  but weak with Richard McBride’s
                  exclusionary legislation passed by the government of Richard McBride and he went to great pains to arrange the tour of
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