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A charge delivered to the clergy of the province of Quebec

Church of England. Diocese of Nova Scotia. Bishop (1787-1816 : Inglis)

A charge delivered to the clergy of the province of Quebec

at the primary visitation holden in the city of Quebec, in the month of August 1789. By the Right Reverend Charles, Bishop of Nova Scotia.

by Church of England. Diocese of Nova Scotia. Bishop (1787-1816 : Inglis)

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Published by Printed by Anthony Henry; printer to the King"s most excellent Majesty in Halifax [N.S.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsInglis, Charles, 1734-1816.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination87,[1]p.
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22408790M

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FREDERICTON: PRINTED BY GEO. LUGRIN, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. Inglis, Charles, A charge delivered to the clergy of the province of Quebec, at the primary visitation [electronic resource]: holden in the city of Quebec, in the month of August / (Halifax [N.S.]: Printed by Anthony, Henry, printer to the King'[s] Most Excellent Majesty, [?]), also by Church of England.

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Quebec, PROVINCE OF.—GEOGRAPHY.—The province of Quebec occupies mainly the two slopes of the vast basin formed by the St. Lawrence River whose course runs chiefly between the Laurentian and Alleghany boundaries are: to the north, the district of Ungava; to the northeast, Labrador; to the east, the Gulf of St.

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Montreal Gazette, 1 Feb.9 July, 12 Nov. Quebec Gazette, 29 Sept. 28 April3 May Quebec, Archdiocese of (QUEBECENSIS), in Canada, comprises the counties of Beauce, Bellechasse, Dorchester, Kamouraska, Levis, L’Islet, Lotbiniere, Megantic, Montmagny, part of Temiscouata, Montmorency, Portneuf, and early missionaries, the Reeollets () and the Jesuits (), depended directly on the Holy See.

The Jesuits having returned. A Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Dioceses of Dublin, Glandelagh, and A Charge Delivered; Charge to Delivered A Dublin, Glandelagh, the of the and of Clergy Dioceses Dioceses and Clergy of Charge the of Glandelagh, to the A Delivered Dublin, $ Quebec, the Constitution and Special Status.

Claude Bélanger, Department of History, Marianopolis College. Special status is a method used historically to deal with Quebec’s distinct culture and a formula proposed since the 's by which Quebec would be given further special considerations and powers so that its distinct culture could be protected and developed while.

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related portals: Canada.; In the Letter to the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebec, the delegates of the First Continental Congress, then presided by Henry Middleton, address the people of the said province following the adoption of the Quebec Act.

The overwhelming majority of the people in the province speaking French, the letter was also translated and submitted as. The Church of St. Joseph is a church of the Diocese of Saint-Hyacinthe, in Sorel-Tracy, Québec, Canada. Anglican Diocese of Quebec, Quebec, QC. 1, likes 36 talking about this.

The Anglican Communion in central and eastern QuebecFollowers: K. InQuebec authorities began using against us the ancient false charge of sedition —this in cases involving only differences in religious views. (Compare Acts ) The first of such cases in Canada was heard at Hull, Quebec, where Emery St.

Amour and Wilfrid Spicer were falsely charged with distributing seditious literature. Quebec: T. Cary, A Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Quebec. Quebec: T. Cary, The Duty of the Christian Minister in Following Christ: The sermon.

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In the Canadian province of Quebec, in the ’s and the ’s, Witnesses were also being brought to trial on the charge of seditious conspiracy. The clergy themselves—both Catholic and Protestant, but especially Roman Catholic—even went into court as witnesses against them.

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An historical sketch of the first fifty years of The Church of England: in the Province of New Brunswick () / by G. Herbert Lee. BX N53 L48 A charge delivered to the clergy at the visitation held in the Cathedral Church of St.

Luke, at Halifax, on the 6th day of July, / by Hibbert, Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia. The first Bishop of Burlington, the Right Reverend Louis de Goesbriand, in a letter dated 11 May,and which appeared in "Le Protecteur Canadien", a French newspaper then published at St.

Albans, Vermont, made the following statement: "I am convinced from positive information, that when we say that there areFrench-Canadians in the United States the figures.

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