Makers of Canada
Wilmot and Tilley


Contents

Lemuel Allan Wilmot

Chapter I - Ancestry and Early Life
Chapter II - Early Efforts for Reform
Chapter III - Wilmot in the Legislature
Chapter IV - Wilmot as a Delegate to the Colonial Office
Chapter V - Lord John Russell on Tenure of Office
Chapter VI - The Reade Appointment
Chapter VII - Wilmot's Views on Education
Chapter VIII - The Demand for Responsible Government
Chapter IX - The Victory is Won
Chapter X - Judge and Governor

Sir Leonard Tilley

Chapter I - Early Life and Business Career
Chapter II - Elected to the Legislature
Chapter III - The Prohibitory Liquor Law
Chapter IV - Reform and Progress
Chapter V - The Intercolonial Railway
Chapter VI - The Movement for Maritime Union
Chapter VII - The Quebec Conference
Chapter VIII - Defeat of Confederation
Chapter IX - Tilley Again in Power
Chapter X - The British North America Act
Chapter XI - The First Parliament of Canada
Chapter XII - Finance Minister and Governor


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