By Lilian F. Gates
This accomplished ebook on William Lyon Mackenzie’s later lifestyles focuses first at the interval 1838-1849, Mackenzie’s years in exile within the usa. It examines his contribution to the yank political scene, together with his position in writing the structure of the nation of recent York. The e-book additionally chronicles Mackenzie’s existence from 1849, while he used to be granted amnesty and back to Canada, to his dying in 1861. during this, the one accomplished examine Mackenzie’s existence, Lillian Gates bargains a meticulous account of 1 of Canada’s liveliest 19th century politicians.
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United States bound for Ogdensburgh. Three of the vessel's owners travelled with her: Theophilus S. Morgan, Lucius B. Crocker of Oswego and Hiram Denio, a judge of the Fifth Circuit Court of New York Her passengers included Niels Von Schoultz, Martin Woodruff, Bill Johnston, E. Wingate Davis and Christopher Buckley. 19 Von Schoultz, Wingate, Buckley and Davis had left Salina early in November, the two latter accompanied by 125 men they had recruited from the "salt boilers" at Salina and from neighbouring communities.
Van Rensselaer did not go. 130 The whole of the American frontier from Buffalo to Plattsburgh was 29 now clear. There were no garrisons of importance on the Canadian side; the greatest number of men in Fort Henry and Kingston was thought to be only 300 militia, many of them friends of the Patriot cause prepared to spike the guns and open the gates. H. 133 From Ogdensburgh he went to Plattsburgh, accompanied by David Gibson, to consult with the leaders of the French Canadians. After his return a convention of Patriot sympathizers is thought to have been held in St.
141 Despite the abundance of supplies, less than 100 men followed first Van Rensselaer and second Daniel Heustis over the ice to Hickory Island on the evening of the 22nd. A force of at least 1,000 had been expected to follow. Some of them never left French Creek and most of those who did visit the island did not stay. "143 Others commented on the "potvaliant" Van Rensselaer, and Bill Johnston, in a letter to C. A. Hagerman wrote, "If Mackenzie or any other decent man had been at the head... they would have taken...
After the Rebellion: The later years of William Lyon Mackenzie by Lilian F. Gates