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FELLOW OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NORTHERN ANTIQUARIES, COPENHAGEN:
CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

"All we have to do. In • ■ * earn for h'mself— you and yoa, gentlemen,
and *H of us—to welcome every talent, to ball every invention, to chertsli
evtry gem of art, to luster every gleam of authorship, to honnu- ev< rv
acquirement and every natural girt, to lift ourselves to the level or our
de*tlnles, to rise above all low limitations and narrow circumscriptions, to
cultlvtte that true cathollcityofsplrlt which embraces all creeds, all classes,
and all races, in order to make of our boundless Province, so rich In known
and unknown resources, a great new Northern nation." Hon. T. D. M<-(>kk::
Address at Quebec, May, IMS.

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Entered, according to the Act of the Provincial Parliament, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven hy (jeorok E. Desbarats, in the Office of the Registrar of the Province of Canada.

TO
THE HONORABLE

SIR JOHN ALEXANDER MACDONALD,

K.C.B., D.C.L, M.P.,

$rimt Spiisttr at Cantata,

THIS VOLUME IS BY PERMISSION MOST RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED

AS

A SLIGHT TRIBUTE TO HIS UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED ABILITIES AS A STATESMAN AND A SCHOLAR;

AND AS

SOME EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE FOR VERY MANY KINDNESSES
RECEIVED AT HIS HAND.

*

JiY HIS OBEDIENT AND FAITHFUL SERVANT,

**

HENRY J. MORGAN.

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