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Biography – MacNAB, Sir ALLAN NAPIER – Volume IX 1861.

Original data: Opinions of the Canadian press of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier Mac Nab [sic], Bart., late Speaker of the House of Commons in Canada.London: [s.n.], 1859. Opinions of the Canadian press of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier Mac Nab [sic], Bart., late Speaker of the House of Commons in Canada. London: [publisher not identified], 1859 OCoLC716164259: Named Person: Allan Napier MacNab; Allan Napier MacNab, Sir; Allan Napier MacNab: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type. Opinions of the Canadian press of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier Mac Nab [sic], Bart., late Speaker of the House of Commons in Canada. Publisher: London: [publisher not identified], 1859.

Macdonald, Letters Johnson and Stelmack, I. Opinions of the Canadian press of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier MacNab, bart., late speaker of the House of Commons in Canada London, 1859. U.C., House of Assembly, Journal, 1830–41. British Colonist Toronto, 1838–54. Colonial Advocate, 1834. Correspondent and Advocate Toronto, 1834–36. Opinions of the Canadian press of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier Mac Nab [sic], Bart., late Speaker of the House of Commons in Canada [electronic resource]. By. Abstract. Electronic reproduction.Mode of access: Internet.4. Mar 04, 2015 · MacNab, Sir Allan Napier Sir Allan Napier MacNab, soldier, lawyer, businessman, politician b at Newark, UC 19 Feb 1798; d at Hamilton, Canada W 8 Aug 1862. A forceful though enigmatic personality, MacNab had a deep influence on many aspects of pre-Confederation Canada. As a youth he served with conspicuous gallantry in the WAR OF 1812.Moving in 1826 from York [Toronto]. The Honourable Sir Allan Napier MacNab Speaker of the House of Assembly of the Province of Upper Canada 1837; 1838-1840 Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada 1844-1847. Object name: Painting Artist: Théophile Hamel Date: 1853 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 113.5 x 86.5 cm Catalogue no.: O-449.

Sir Allan Napier MacNab MacNab, Sir Allan Napier, Bart. 1798-1862, prime minister of Canada 1854-6, was born at Niagara, Upper Canada, on February 19, 1798, the son of Lieut. Allan MacNab, formerly of the Queen's Rangers, and Anne Napier. Early life. He was born in Newark now Niagara-on-the-Lake to Allan MacNab and Anne Napier daughter of Captain Peter William Napier, R.N., the commissioner of the port and harbour of Quebec.When MacNab was a one year old, he was baptized in the Anglican church in St. Mark's Parish of Newark. His father was a lieutenant in the 71st Regiment and the Queen's Rangers under Lt-Col.. The motion carried against the wishes of Sir Allan Napier MacNab, Stewart Derbishire, and 17 others. A decision by the assembly to print the report was undermined by its referral to a committee of the house, but in 1842 it was published, embarrassing the government over its past involvement and causing a further loss of support for McNab. Opinions of the press on the retirement of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier MacNab, Bt. Dundurn, from the representation of the city of Hamilton, in the Canadian Parliament [microform] Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. May 23, 2012 · The Duchess of Cornwall’s great-great grandfather, William Coutts Keppel 1832-1894, visited Canada and married Sophia Mary MacNab 1832-1917, on November 15, 1855, in Hamilton, Ontario. She was the daughter of Sir Allan Napier MacNab 1798-1862, Premier of the Province of Canada from 1854 to 1856, and Mary Stuart.

Sir Allan Napier MacNab The Canadian Encyclopedia.

Sir Allan Napier MacNab, 1798–1862, Canadian political leader, b. Ontario. He fought in the War of 1812 and later became a lawyer. A staunch supporter of English policies, he commanded "the men of Gore" against the rebels in the uprising of 1837 and later took charge of the forces opposing the insurgents under William Lyon Mackenzie. Politician, businessman, land speculator and soldier, Allan MacNab enjoyed a very public life. He was a successful lawyer and was appointed Upper Canada's first Queen's Counsel. In 1838 he was knighted for his role in suppressing the rebellion in Upper Canada.

Opinions of the Canadian press of the Hon. Sir Allan Napier Mac Nab , Bart., late Speaker of the House of Commons in Canada Anonymous

Sir Allan Napier MacNab, born in Ontario in 1798, was a a Canadian political leader. He fought in the War of 1812 and later became a lawyer. A staunch supporter of English policies, he commanded "he men of Gore" against the rebels in the uprising of 1837, and later took charge of the forces opposing the insurgents under William Lyon Mackenzie. CCHA Report, 10 1942-1943, 47-64. The Conversion. of Sir Allan MacNab, Baronet 1798-1862 BY THE REV. BROTHER ALFRED [Dooner], F.S.C., LL.D. Sir Allan MacNab, "the gallant Knight of Hamilton", to his friends and admirers, and, to his enemies and his political opponents, "a bluff old Scotch bully", occupied for over a quarter of a century a prominent place on the political stage of Upper Canada. Although Clan Napier is one of the smaller clans of Scotland, the name Napier is one of the oldest in the country. Clan Napier has no known septs or dependent names. The name Napier is recorded in Scotland in documents dated before 1300, however, the present spelling only came into common usage in the late. Sir Allan Napier MacNab, 1st Baronet 19 February 1798 – 8 August 1862 was a Canadian political leader and Premier of the Province of Canada before Canadian Confederation 1854–1856. Allan Napier MacNab was born in Niagara, Ontario, Canada, to Allan MacNab and Anne, daughter of Capt. Peter William Napier, R.N., the commissioner of the port and harbour of Quebec. When he was a year.

Biography – McNAB, ARCHIBALD, 17th Chief of Clan MACNAB.

Sir Allan Napier MacNab 1798-1862. Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted June, 2009. Photo by contributor Brian Bockus - Posted May 31, 2018. Photo Source - Wikipedia. Plaque Location. The City of Hamilton In front of Dundurn Castle in Dundurn Park on York Boulevard at Dundurn Street North. Canadian Political Leader. Sir Allan MacNab, former Prime Minister of the Canadas 1854-56. He served in the war of 1812 at the age of 14, by 28 he had become a lawyer. With that income he started buying up land and developing it in a large scale in the Hamilton area.. MacNab 1798-1862, politician and businessman, in Freemasonry was Grand Master Provincial Grand Lodge of U.C., 1845-57, and Grand Master Ancient Grand Lodge of Canada. Sir Allan Napier MacNab, c. 1860. Grier, Sir Edmund Wyly, 1862-1957, attributed to. 1845-57, and Grand Master Ancient Grand Lodge of Canada, 1857-58. Rights and Licenses. Public Domain. Medium. Water colour on wove paper. Laid down on cardboard. Extent. 304.

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