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Sir Leonard Tilley

Carl Murray Wallace

Sir Leonard Tilley

a political biography.

by Carl Murray Wallace

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Published in [Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tilley, Samuel Leonard, -- Sir, -- 1818-1896.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCanadian theses on microfilm, no. 13621, Canadian theses on microfilm
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 413 leaves.
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21349394M

    He returned home in the midst of controversy. John's, Newfoundland in [4] Mr. He was first married in to Julia Ann Hanford and by her had two sons and five daughters. Samuel Leonard Tilley, C. This is largely due to the fact that Old and Middle English lacked any spelling rules when Norman French was introduced in the 11th century. His budget was considered one of his best, and when Tupper, by then the high commissioner in London, recommended a totally unacceptable plan for a government loan, Macdonald had to send Tilley to settle the matter.

    Morning Freeman Saint John— He had also been the rector of St. But Tupper and Tilley dreamed bigger, inviting Ontario and Quebec to join them in a new Confederation. Instead, he presented logical arguments and statistics to support his positions.

    Almost the last letter he wrote sent to Sir Charles Tupper was a remarkably shrewd assessment of the election. Inunwell, he retired to Government House, Frederictonstaying on as lieutenant-governor until Most important of all was Dr Edward Young, the Nova Scotian who had been chief of the United States Bureau of Statistics since and who had written the Special report on the customs-tariff legislation of the United States andthe essential reference. Canadian biog. As he matured, Samuel Leonard Tilley had risen above the narrowness of his early disposition and become a highly successful pragmatic politician, a classic trimmer.


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Sir Leonard Tilley book

To make matters worse, Tilley had returned very ill. Hanford died inleaving Tilley a widower. Industry was encouraged by addition to the free list of bulk zinc, tin, steel, and other materials.

In April and May he and McGee had already been planning another conference to promote the intercolonial. Tilley and Harrison were part of a growing body of opinion that viewed liquor as the major social evil.

Samuel Leonard Tilley was born on May 8,at Gagetown, New Brunswick, into a family which had once farmed part of what is now Brooklyn, New York City, and as loyalists had migrated northward after the American Revolution.

The Dominion of Canada it would be. Hanford of St. Tupper served as first president of the Canadian Medical Association. Their oldest son, the Rev. Moreover, he simply did not trust Stephen. Tilley, long a protectionist where New Brunswick was concerned, had no trouble adapting his views to the national scene.

As a result of the recession, caused in part by Britain 's economic policies, he became an advocate for responsible government.

InTilley married Julia Ann Hanford. The Tilley family lived in Dorset. A final pre-confederation sitting of the New Brunswick legislature provided for the construction of the Western Extension railway from Saint John to Maine, prohibited dual representation, and let Tilley present his final budget.

Daily Telegraph Saint John— Street of Fredericton died in As the 33 founding Fathers gathered in at Charlottetown, PEI, there were many suggestions on what to call this new nation. All eyes were on Ottawa, and he was impatient to begin a new career there. Tilley made more than a political change inhowever.

He retired in and died on June 25, Dent, Canadian portrait gallery.

Tilley and Tupper Our Founding Fathers

Source : W.InJames Hannay published a page book, “The Life and Times of Sir Leonard Tilley - being a political history of New Brunswick for the past seventy years”, which leads one on a very interesting journey through the economic history of New Brunswick and its people as well as the ups and downs of Sir Leonard’s career.

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OTTAWA, Oct. Sir Leonard Tilley, in consequence of continued ill-health, has tendered his resignation as Finance Minister.

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Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, a Father of Canadian Confederation and twice the Lt. Governor of New Brunswick, rose each morning to start his day with prayer and Scripture reading. As the 33 founding Fathers gathered in at Charlottetown, PEI, there were many suggestions on what to .