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Young, John, 1811-1878 Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada

John Young politicien canadien Wikidata ISNI

VIAF ID: 41745435 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  7393  7540 

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Address of the Free Trade Association, to the inhabitants of Canada
Letters, &c., first published in the "Northern journal," during 1871, by the Hon. John Young, on various questions of public interest
Letters to the Hon. Francis Lemieux, chief commissioner public works, on Canadian trade and navigation, and to the citizens of Montreal on the commerce of the city and the means of its further development Library of Congress/NACO
Lettre à l'Honorable François Lemieux, principal commissaire des travaux publics, sur le commerce et la navigation du Canada, suivie d'une adresse aux citoyens de Montréal, concernant le commerce de la cité et ses moyens de développement futur
Lettre des commissaires du havre de Montréal à l'Hon. Thomas J.J. Loranger, M.P.P., secrétaire provincial, etc., etc., sur les améliorations proposées au havre de Montréal
North Shore Railway of Canada a brief sketch of its commercial relations and financial prospects
On the changed opinions since 1848 of the Montreal Board of Trade respecting a canal to connect Lake Champlain with the St. Lawrence.
The origin of the ocean mail steamers between Liverpool and the St. Lawrence and the advantages of the northern route
The origin of the Victoria Bridge
Remarks on the Montreal harbor and the Lachine Canal
Rival routes to the ocean from the west and docks at Montreal considered in a letter to the harbour commissioners Library of Congress/NACO
Three letters on Canadian independence. Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada

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