Burke Manuscript

Burke Manuscript: Page 113

Burke Manuscript Page 113
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There was a great “battle royal” over the appointment of the first clerk to the Provincial Parliament. One candidate was Frederick Thompson, father of the “wall-eyed” solicitor, who vamoosed. He was objected to, and they wanted particulars of this and that; another was G.A.E. Ross, a son in law of parson Wilson. He got in. Later on he had experiences also.

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