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Newfoundland House of Assembly Debate April 21, 1904
House of Assembly Debate, April 21, 1904--Exploration--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
House of Assembly Debate, April 22, 1904
House of Assembly Debate, April 22, 1904 and April 26, 1904--Exploration--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
House of Assembly Debate, April 21, 1904
House of Assembly Debate, April 27, 1904--Exploration--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
Sir Robert Bond's Speech (extracts)
No Doubt About It - The "Bows" Have It!
An explanation of the 1832 cartoon of the Newfoundland House of Assembly by noted British caricaturist John Doyle.
F.B.T. Carter's Pro-Confederate Speech, 1865
Extracts from Speech by F.B.T. Carter (Conservative, District of Burin), House of Assembly Debate, January 27, 1865.
Newfoundland Executive Council Minutes, 1864
Extract From Minutes of [Executive] Council, Tuesday, 13th September, 1864, Journal of the House of Assembly, 1865, Appendix pp. 846-47.
Archives Contain Last Will and Testament of First Speaker
An overview of the career of John Bingley Garland (1791-1875), businessman and the first speaker of the Newfoundland House of Assembly.
Government Structure, 1832-1855
An Explanation of the structure of Newfoundland government from 1832-1855.
History of the Vote
Today, Canadian citizens aged 18 and older have the right to vote in federal, provincial, and municipal elections. This is known as universal suffrage.
House of Assembly Proceedings
House of Assembly Proceedings from The Daily News, April 6, 1932
H.W. Hoyles Pro-Confederate Speech, 1865
Extracts from Speech by Premier H.W. Hoyles (Conservative, District of Burin) Assembly Debate, February 14, 1865. The Newfoundlander, March 16, 1865.
Jack Higgins: Newfoundlander Through and Through
The story of Jack Higgins (1891-1963), lawyer, war veteran, poet, anti-confederate, and Canadian Senator.
Mary Travers (1783-1854)
Overview of the polling station at Mary Travers' tavern.
Citizens' Meeting, April 04, 1932: Civil Unrest
Citizens' Meeting reports about civil unrest. published articles in the Daily News and the Evening Telegram, April 5, 1932.
One of the Greats: Sir Robert Bond Presided over Golden Age
The first of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
Playing Musical Chairs at the House of Assembly
An article about the state of the House of Assembly in 1893 and 1894. Originally published in the Gazette on February 6, 1997.
Remembering the Life of a Newfoundland Prime Minister
The life of Sir William Whiteway (1828-1908), lawyer, politician, and prime minster of Newfoundland.
Bond Moves Past Bribery Charges, Becomes Prime Minister
The second of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
A. Shea's Pro-Confederate Speech, 1865
Extracts from A. Shea's pro-confederate speech given on February 21, 1865. Taken out of the Newspaper, The Newfoundlander.
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