in [Toronto] .
Written in English
|Contributions||University of Toronto.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 430 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||430|
THOMPSON, SIR JOHN SPARROW (), Canadian jurist and statesman, was born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the 10th of November , of Irish descent. At fifteen he entered a lawyer's office, and in was called to the provincial bar. In he incurred much odium by leaving the Methodist Church, in which he had been prominent, and becoming a . Speech of Sir John Thompson in reply to Sir Richard Cartwright, Tuesday, June 28th, [microform] by Thompson, John S. D., Sir, ; Cartwright, Richard, Sir Pages: THOMPSON, Sir JOHN SPARROW DAVID (–), premier of Canada, born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 10 Nov. , was son of John Sparrow Thompson, who had emigrated from Waterford, Ireland, to Nova Scotia, and became queen's printer in that colony. The man from Halifax: Sir John Thompson, prime minister, P.B. Waite. Toronto Public Library.
Incidents in the political career of the late Sir John Thompson not contained in Mr. J. Castell Hopkins' book [microform] by Miller, William, ; Hopkins, J. Castell (John Castell), Life and work of the Rt. Hon. Sir John ThompsonPages: Charles Hibbert Tupper Sir (), John S. D. Thompson Sir (), John Sparrow David Thompson Sir (), Victoria Queen of Great Britain (), W. R. Meredith Sir (), Cecil Rhodes (), D'Alton McCarthy (), Edward VII King of Great Britain (), George V King of Great Britain (), W. Waite, Peter B. , The man from Halifax: Sir John Thompson, prime minister / P.B. Waite University of Toronto Press Toronto ; Buffalo Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Sir John Sparrow David Thompson (–) Cecil Rhodes (–) William Gully (–) The Lord Leigh (–) Sir Henry Loch (–) Hon. George Curzon (–) Robert William Hanbury (–) The Marquess of Lansdowne (–) Sir Bernard Samuelson, Bt (–).
Only two Canadian Prime Ministers died in office: the Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald () and the Right Honourable Sir John S. D. Thompson (). For books about Laurier, Macdonald and Thompson, consider the following titles: The destiny of Canada: Macdonald, Laurier, and the election of / Christopher John Pennington. Only two Canadian Prime Ministers died in office: the Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald () and the Right Honourable Sir John S. D. Thompson (). Here is a list of items by/about Jack Layton, available for borrowing . John David Sparrow Thompson in jpg 1, × 1,; KB John david sparrow 1, × 1,; KB John Sparrow David Thompson ().jpg Country of citizenship: Canada. Incidents in the political career of the late Sir John Thompson not contained in Mr. J. Castell Hopkins' book [electronic resource] / By William Miller and Life and work of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Thompson.