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Blake, Dominick Edward
Blake, Edward
Edward Blake (Canadees politicus (1833-1912))
Edward Blake (Canadian politician)
Edward Blake (canadisk advokat og politiker)
Edward Blake (kanadensisk advokat och politiker)
Edward Blake (kanadischer Politiker)
Edward Blake (kanadisk advokat og politikar)
Edward Blake (kanadisk advokat og politiker)
Edward Blake (politicien canadien)
Dates: 
1833-1912
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Canada. Parlement. Chambre des communes
Grande-Bretagne. Privy Council
Ontario Dept. of the Attorney General
Ontario Premier (1871-1872 : Blake) (see also from)
Ontario Premier ministre (1871-1872 : Blake) (see also from)
Parti libéral du Canada
Redmond, John Edward (1856-1918)
Russell of Killowen, Charles Russell Baron, 1832-1900
Sheehan, R. A.
Webb, Alfred (1834-1908)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Young Men's Reform Club (Montréal, Québec)
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Address at the convocation of the University of Toronto, June 10, 1890, 1890:
address of the Liberal leader to the free and independent electors of West Durham, The
Blake demonstration at the Pavilion, Horticultural Gardens, Monday evening September 19th, 1892, The
Canadian Pacific resolutions thorough sifting of a great scandal : astounding discrepancies in government estimates : convincing argument for rejection of terms
Commonwealth of Australia constitution bill speech by Mr. E. Blake, M.P., on Monday, 21st May, 1900.
Debate on the power of disallowance Tuesday, 29th April, 1890.
Discours prononcé par l'honorable M. Edward Blake, M.P. dans la Chambre des communes du Canada : au sujet de la proposition demandant la deuxième lecture du Bill constituant en corps légal l'ordre des orangistes, 17 mars 1884.
Edward Blake and Liberal principles, anti-monopoly and provincial rights
Escheats for want of heirs ; the provinces are entitled to them the argument for the provincial view in the Mercer escheat case before the Supreme Court of Canada, March, 1881
executive power case the Attorney-General of Canada vs. the Attorney-General of Ontario., The
Facts for the electors consisting of extracts from speeches recently delivered upon questions connected with the administration of the Dominion government.
Federal and provincial rights ; license law ; escheats ; Ontario boundaries ; the Nova Scotia difficulty (Simcoe and Guelph)
General railway policy of Liberals ; Canadian Pacific R.R. matters ; sea of mountains slander exploded ; Kansas slander exploded
General review - Riel (London banquet, Jan. 14th, 86) ; N.W. maladministration - Riel (Owen Sound)
Home rule for Ireland - Guelph ; Tory attempt to excite Germans - Berlin ; Indian starvation policy - Galt ; Indian starvation policy - Orangeville ; maladministration felt at Cut Knife Hill - Pembroke
Hon. Ed. Blake on protection & free trade
In the matter of the Provincial Synod of Canada further opinion of Adam Crooks, Esq., Q.C. and E. Blake, Esq.
Inquiry into the Jameson Raid speech by Mr. E. Blake, M.P. on Tuesday, 20th February, 1900.
interests of labour (Toronto), The : Who released the printers? (Hamilton)
Irish question with special reference to home rule in Canada, The : speeches
Irish situation speech of Mr. Blake, M.P., at Glasgow, December, 1898., The
John Redmond Papers
Letter of the Hon. Edward Blake to the West Durham Reform Convention to which is appended correspondence as to the Inverary meeting.
Letter showing the decrease in controllable public expenditure under the present administration and commenting upon the speech of the Hon. Edward Blake to the Young Men's Reform Club of Montreal
Liberal party and the tariff (Malvern), The
Liberal party, creeds and classes (Welland) ; parties and newspapers, the "Mail" a daily "Orange Sentinel" (Orillia)
Memorandum by Mr. Blake of his views on the subject of the Royal Commission and instructions to the governor-general of Canada
Ministers on trial was the execution of Riel necessary or proper? : Mr. Blake's great judgments, delivered in the House of Commons of Canada, on the 19th March, 1866.
Mr. Blake on the labor question
Mr. Blake's speech on the school bill with analysis of amendments, &c., &c.
Mr. Prince's bill to repeal the charters of the Niagara and Detroit Rivers Railway ; Mr. Blake's speech bef[ore] the select committee of the Legislative Council
North-West affairs maladministration and rebellion, strange disappearance of 125,000 immigrants ... scandalous treatment of Indians, "What about Riel?", the "Bunter and Smasher" fanatics.
North-west affairs ; neglect, delay, and mismanagement ; race and creed cries
Official report of the speech on the Irish question
Orange Association unmasked!, The : Mr. Blake's great speech in the House of Commons, March 17, 1884 : a crushing blow to oath-bound secret societies
over-taxation of Ireland., The
Principles of liberalism - duty of the leader (Owen Sound) ; policy of the party - functions of an opposition (Welland) ; Sir J. Macdonald on functions of an opposition (Oakwood)
Prohibition and politics
Provincial issues ; the religious cry ; Liberals and Catholics
Reform government in the Dominion Hon. Edward Blake before his constituents of the South Riding of Bruce : speech delivered by him at Teeswater, Monday, Sept. 24th, 1877.
Regina v. Wason appeal from the Queen's Bench Division to the Court of Appeal for Ontario, heard October 17th, 1889, before Hagarty, C.J.; Burton, J.A.; Osler J.A.; and MacLennan, J.A.
situation "Read! mark! learn! and inwardly digest!", The : speech of the Hon Edward Blake before the Young Men's Liberal Club of Toronto on Tuesday evening, January 13th, 1884.
Speech at Aurora delivered October 3rd, 1874 on the occasion of a meeting of the Reform Party of North York
Speech at Beaverton encroachments of the executive ; independence of Parliament ; the boodle brigade
Speech at Chesley the public finances ; broken promises ; enormous taxation ; huge deficits ; what can be done for farmers
Speech by the Hon. Edward Blake, Q.C., M.P., ex-Premier of Ontario, Canada, in connection with the Frome Division Liberal Association, and in supporting a resolution of confidence in Mr. Gladstone's government, at the Guildhall, Bath, January 27th, 1893
Speech of Hon. Mr. Blake, M.P. on the Canadian Pacific Railway resolutions
Speech of the Hon. E. Blake, M.P., on the execution of Louis Riel Ottawa, March 19th, 1886.
Speech of the Hon. Edward Blake on the address in answer to the Speech From The Throne delivered in the House of Commons, at Ottawa, on Friday, Jan. 30th, 1885.
Speech on home rule for Ireland
Speeches delivered by Hon. Edward Blake, the leader of the Liberal party : and a synopsis of the debate on the Home Rule resolutions in the House of Commons.
[Speeches of Hon. Edward Blake in the House of Commons debates] [on criminal law amendement, bill, electoral franchise, mail contracts, &c., interpretation act amendment and criminal law amendment ...].
Speeches of Hon. Edward Blake, M.P., on the census Wednesday, 26th March, 1890.
Speeches...on the political questions of the day : delivered in the province of Ontario, subsequent to the prorogation of the federal parliament, june 1886, and previous to its dissolution, jany., 1887.
St. Catharine's Milling and Lumber Company v. the Queen argument of Mr. Blake, of counsel for Ontario., The
sugar question, Mr. Blake's hostility to the refining industry his mistaken views authoritatively replied to., The
Three speeches, 1873.
To the Honorable Edward Blake, minister of justice of Canada the memorial of the undersigned barristers of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia.
Young Men's Reform Club banquet in honor of Hon. E. Blake, M.P., at the Windsor Hotel, Montreal, Tuesday, 29th March, 1881.
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