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Hincks, Francis, 1807-1885 German National Library

Hincks, Francis, Sir, 1807-1885 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada

Hincks, Francis 1807-1885 Sir ISNI

Francis Hincks Canadian politician Wikidata

VIAF ID: 23073568 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  7373  193X 

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Address of the Honorable Francis Hincks, to the reformers of Frontenac published by order of the Reform Association of Canada.
Address on the banking system of Canada and on the resumption of specie payments in the United States, delivered before the New York convention of the American Bankers' Association
The Bank of England and the Act of 1844
The Boundaries formerly in dispute between Great Britain and the United States a lecture
Canada and Mr. Goldwin Smith
Canada at the Universal Exhibition of 1855
Le Canada et l'Exposition universelle de 1855
Canada : its financial position and resources Library of Congress/NACO
Discours sur le budget prononcé à la Chambre des communes, Ottawa, le 7 avril 1870
Documents relating to the resignation of the Canadian ministry in September, 1854 speech of the Honorable Inspector General Hincks in the Legislative Assembly, on Friday the 8th September; address to the electors of South Oxford; correspondence with Mr. Wilson, M.P.P. for London, Canada West.
Exposé financier de Sir Francis Hincks, mardi, 30 avril 1872
Longley, Ronald Stewart, 1896. Sir Francis Hincks
The ministerial crisis: Mr. D.B. Viger, and his position being a review of the Hon. Mr. Viger's pamphlet entitled "La crise ministérielle et Mr. Denis Benjamin Viger, etc. en deux parties." Library and Archives Canada
The Montreal pilot extra : speeches and papers relating to rebellion losses
The northerly and westerly boundaries of the province of Ontario and the award relating thereto as discussed and explained by the Hon. Sir Francis Hincks in his public lecture at the Education Department, Toronto, May 6th, 1881.
Observations on a letter addressed by G.W. Des Voeux, Esq. (Late Stipending Magistrate in British Guiana) to the Right Hon. Earl Granville K.G.
The Orange question treated by Sir Francis Hincks and the London "times" being composed of two letters to the Montreal gazette, and an editorial from the London times condemnatory of Orangeism
Orangeism and the 12th of July riots in Montreal
Our "constitutional rights" vindicated, or, An argument for the legal proscription of the traffic in alcoholic beverages in six letters to the Hon. Francis Hincks
Oxford Reform dinner to the Hon. Francis Hincks on Tuesday, the 13th instant, the Liberal members of the Brock District Council and a few of their friends, entertained the Hon. Francis Hincks ..
The political destiny of Canada Library of Congress/NACO
Red River insurrection Hon. Wm. McDougall's conduct reviewed.
Reformers of Middlesex ...
Religious endowments in Canada, 1869: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Reminiscences of his public life National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Reply to the speech of the Hon. Joseph Howe, of Nova Scotia on the union of the North American provinces, and on the right of British colonists to representation in the Imperial Parliament
The results of negro emancipation a speech delivered at a public meeting, held in London, August 1, 1859, the twenty-fifth anniversary of the abolition of slavery by the Parliament of Great Britain, the Right Hon. Lord Brougham in the chair
The seigniorial question its present position Library and Archives Canada
Sir Francis Hincks' budget speech, Friday, March 10, 1871 Library and Archives Canada
Speech delivered at Pembroke, 27th October, 1870, by the Hon. Sir F. Hincks, C.B., K.C.M.G., minister of finance, Canada, on public affaires
Tenure seigneuriale état actuel de la question Library and Archives Canada
To the Hon. R.M. McLane, Chairman Com. of Commerce, House Reps. I avail myself of your kind permission to state the grounds on which the passage of the bill ... for establishing reciprocal free trade ..
Views of the commercial policy of Canada in 1846 and 1847 and in 1852

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