Sir John George Bourinot, Victorian Canadian: His Life, Times, and Legacy
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 2001. 4. 23. - 392페이지
As clerk of the House of Commons, Bourinot advised the speaker and other members of the house on parliamentary procedure; he also wrote the standard Canadian work on the subject. A founding member of the Royal Society of Canada, he played a leading role during the Society's first twenty years. Ahead of his time in writing intellectual history, Bourinot was also an early supporter of higher education for women. He was a man of contrasts, an early Canadian nationalist as well as an imperialist. In spite of the constitutional changes of 1982, there is still much in Bourinot's writing that is relevant today.
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1 Family Background and Early Years
2 Student and Journalist Toronto 185458
3 A Period of Transition 185860
4 Journalist and Parliamentary Reporter Halifax 186067
5 Freelance Writer Sydney 186769
6 Officer of the Canadian Senate 186973
7 From Senate to Commons 187380
An Ambition Realized 18801902
11 Family Life 18801902
12 Historian and Littérateur
13 The Royal Society of Canada Twenty Years of Service
14 Last Illness and Death
15 A Canadian Robert the Erskine May of Canada or Simply a Great Victorian Canadian?
9 Authority and Adviser on Constitutional Matters
10 Author and Consultant on Procedure at Meetings
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A.S. Bourinot Papers American appointed April Archives Arthur Bourinot Aylen Bourinot Scrap Book Bourinot wrote Bourinot’s Rules British Cana Canadian Manual Cape Breton chapter Church clerk assistant committee Confederation Constitution of Canada constitutional Council death debates Directory Dominion of Canada edition editorial February federal Gwynneth Graham Halifax Halifax Reporter House of Assembly House of Commons Ibid imperial Isabelle J.G. Bourinot January John Bourinot John George Bourinot journal June Lady Aberdeen Lady Bourinot later legislature letter literary Lord Macdonald March McClelland and Stewart Montreal noted Nova Scotia NSARM October Ontario opinion Ottawa Parliament Parliamentary Procedure Pilsbury prime minister Procedure and Practice Procedure at Meetings Province of Canada published Quebec Queen referred regarded Review Royal Society Royal Trust Company Rules of Order Senate session Sir John Bourinot Society of Canada speaker Statutes Sydney tion Trinity Vedette Victorian Canadian writing