3 edition of Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester 1724-1808 found in the catalog.
Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester 1724-1808
Alfred LeRoy Burt
Reprint with revised bibliography of 1955 edition.
|Statement||by A.L. Burt.|
|Series||Canadian Historical Association. Historical booklet -- 5|
|Contributions||Canadian Historical Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
Sir Guy Carleton The Ottawa Branch of the UELAC is named the Sir Guy Carleton Branch after Lord Dorchester (). It was through his influence that the British Government passed the Quebec Act of which guaranteed French language and religious rights in Quebec. The British statesman and general Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester (), was one of the ablest British military leaders during the American Revolution. As governor of Quebec, he encouraged Canada's growth into a unified, self-governing nation. Guy Carleton was born on Sept. 3, , into a distinguished Irish family at Strabane in Tyrone County.
Sir Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester () was a British soldier and Governor of Canada. Colonel Carleton was a part of James Wolfe's attack on Quebec City during the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. General Carleton repelled the American attack on Quebec in He was governor of Canada twice, and Carleton, GuyCARLETON, GUY. (–). British general, governor of Canada, commander in chief at New York (May to December ). Born in Strabane, Ireland, Guy Carleton was a member of an old Anglo-Irish family in the Protestant ascendancy. He is best remembered for his abilities as a general and statesman, and for his cold and aloof personality.
Author of Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, , The United States, Great Britain, and British North America from the Revolution to the establishment of peace after the War of , Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, , The United States, Great Britain and British North America, The old province of Quebec, The evolution of the British Empire and Commonwealth, from the American. Carleton presided over the constitutional changes, and returned to England in , passing away in at the age of Sir Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, is memorialized across Canada in the names of dozens of towns and villages, as well as Carleton University in the nation’s capital, Ottawa. Notes: 1.
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CARLETON, GUY, first Lord Dorchester (–), governor of Quebec, was the third son of Christopher Carleton of Newry, county Down, and his wife, Catherine, daughter of Henry Ball of county Donegal.
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Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester, in full Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester of Dorchester, (born September 3,Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland—died NovemStubbings, Berkshire, England), soldier-statesman who, as governor of Quebec before and during the American Revolutionary War, succeeded in reconciling the British and French and in repulsing the invasion attempts of.
Carleton, Guy, 1st Baron Dorchester Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester, army officer, twice governor at Québec, andBritish commander in chief at New York, (b at Strabane, Ire 3 Sept ; d near Maidenhead, Eng 10 Nov ). Guy Carleton () Born: at Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland 1st Baron Dorchester Governor of Quebec Died: 10th November at Stubbings, Bisham, Berkshire.
Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester was the third son of Christopher Carleton of Newry in County Down,and his wife, Catherine daughter of Henry Ball of County Donegal. Dorchester, Guy Carleton, Baron, Papers of Guy Carleton, Baron Dorchester, Library of Congress: creatorOf: Dorchester, Guy Carleton, Baron.
Bird's eye view of the town of Quebec [graphic]: beseiged by the British army Sept. Rosenbach Museum &. Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Document Signed giving an account of money that is owed from October 25th to December 14th Date Published: Binding: No binding 4 pages, 8 x /4 inch and 1 page affixed to page three, of detailed accounts, dated, Quebec, Octogiving an account of money that is owed from October 25th to December 14th CARLETON, Sir Guy 1st Baron DORCHESTER  & CRAMAHÉ, Lieutenant-Governor Hector Theophilus  Important commission manuscript letter for Militia defense of Montreal signed by Sir Guy Carleton.
"General Sir Guy Carleton, First Baron Dorchester, was one of Great Britain's most important imperial servants in the latter half of the eighteenth century, playing a decisive part in the early history of British Canada.
From tohe served both as a soldier and a Royal governor in Canada, helping to mold that province's future in government and on the battlefield.
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Burt, A. Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester Revised. The Canadian Historical Association Booklets 5. Ottawa: The Canadian Historical Association, Reynolds, Paul Revere. Guy Carleton: A Biography. Toronto: Gage Pub, Governor’s Residence during Carleton’s time in Quebec.
Carleton, Guy, 1st Baron Dorchester (–) General Sir Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester: Soldier‐Statesman of Early British Canada Carleton, Guy, first Baron Dorchester (–), army officer and colonial governor.
Known between and as Sir Guy Carleton, was an Irish-British soldier and administrator. He twice served as Governor of the Province of Quebec, from toconcurrently serving as Governor General of British North America in that time, and from to He commanded British troops in the American.
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