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Three speeches on the Pacific Scandal
Speech of J.H.N. Bourassa on the Manitoba school question. Ottawa, Thursday, 12th May, 1898
Debate on the Address, November 21st, 1910. The first day of the debate on the address in reply to the speech from the Throne, Mr. R. L. Borden dealt with several important subjects
An open letter on the question: Do you want annexation to the United States? Written to an American friend by Bastion Old
Speech of Sir John Macdonald to the Workingmen's Liberal Conservative Association of Ottawa and La Cercle Lafontaine, delivered in Ottawa on the 8th of October, 1886
Address ... to the electors of East Middlesex at the London City Hall, July 27th, A.D. 1878
Debt, expenditure, deficits and taxes
L'indépendance du Canada; adresse annuelle délivrée devant la Société d'Agriculture du Comté de Missiquoi, à Bedford, Septembre 8, 1869
Canada and the navy : reasons by the Rt. Hon. R.L. Borden, M.P. in favour of a Canadian naval service and against a contribution : which policy should Canada adopt? the Conservative policy ... the Liberal policy ...
Canada and the navy : the two policies : 100 reasons why the Laurier is better than the Borden policy! : which policy should Canada adopt? the Conservative policy ... the Liberal policy ...
Hon. J.A. Chapleau, welcomed at Montreal on his return from Europe 24th of April, 1889 : his address in reply : The political position and responsibilities of Canadians
[Election pamphlets, 1900]
Cinq années d'administration grite, ou, Le Canada ruiné / par un membre du Club Cartier
Les conservateurs et les libéraux; discours prononcé à la Baie St. Paul, le 5 aout 1877
Canada and the navy : is there an emergency? : conflicting opinions examined in the light of facts : which policy should Canada adopt? the Conservative policy ... the Liberal policy ...
Parliamentary vs. Party Government: an address delivered at the opening of Queen's University, October 16th, 1891; and A political problem, a paper read before the Royal Society
Functions of the Senate ... senseless criticisms of its work answered by Senator Abbott ...
The political situation; speech delivered in the Mechanics' Institute, St. John, N.B., on December 15th, 1891
Lord Dundonald : Order in Council and correspondence showing why he was removed from office : attacked Canada's government in defiance of military regulations
Liberals and the naval emergency ... extracts from speeches made by Liberal members on the floor of the House of Commons, but which to-day, they wish they had never uttered.  [1914]

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