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  • April 7, 1868: The assassination of Thomas D'Arcy McGee.
    Burton, Sarah // Beaver; Apr/May2003, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p49 

    Focuses on the assassination of Thomas D'Arcy McGee, member of the Canadian Parliament in April 7, 1868. Impact of his death on the confederation of Canada; Speculation on the reasons for his assassination; Information on his family and career background; Details of his political activities.

  • Murder by Moonlight.
    Francis, Daniel // Horizon Canada (English edition); Jan2001, pN.PAG 

    Details the life and career of politician Thomas D'Arcy McGee in Canada. Love for literature and Irish history; Citation of rebellious actions in native Ireland; Assassination.

  • The Murder of McGee.
    McGee, D'Arcy // Horizon Canada (English edition); Jan2001, pN.PAG 

    Details the assassination of the Minister Thomas D'Arcy McGee on April 7, 1868 in Ottawa, Ontario. Achievements of McGee; Renouncement of revolutionary measures and groups; Arrest of tailor James Patrick Whelan.

  • A New Nation .
    McGee, D'Arcy // Horizon Canada (English edition); Jan2001, pN.PAG 

    Presents a statement made by politician Thomas D'Arcy McGee in Canada in 1862 regarding national identity.

  • Miscellany: Introducing: Rep. Elaine Noble's Wife (?).
    McGee, D'Arcy // Advocate; 6/16/76, Issue 192, p40 

    Reports that Speaker of the Massachusetts House Thomas McGee introduced Ruth Noble as wife of representative Elaine Noble in Boston, Massachusetts.

  • Cabinet Making.
    McGee, D'Arcy // Horizon Canada (English edition); Jan2001, pN.PAG 

    Details the formation of the cabinet members of former Canadian Prime Minister John A. Macdonald. Ease in choosing Maritime representatives; Conflict in choosing between politicians Alexander Galt and Thomas D'Arcy McGee; Decision of McGee not to pursue the post.

  • The Celts.
    McGee, D'Arcy // Dublin Book of Irish Verse: 1728-1909; 1913, p394 

    The poem "The Celts," by Thomas D'arcy M'Gee is presented. First Line: LONG, Long ago, beyond the misty space; Last Line: They, of your song sublime!

  • MEMORIES.
    D'Arcy McGee, Thomas // Book of Irish Poetry; 1915, p198 

    The poem "Memories" by Thomas D'Arcy McGee is presented. First Line: I left two Loves on a distant strand, Last Line: Her reign shall reach to Eternity.

  • Literature.
    MEEHAN, THOMAS F. // America; 4/18/1925, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p16 

    The article focuses on writer Thomas D'Arcy McGee. It notes that McGee has been part of the group of intellectuals who led the Young Ireland Party of the 1840s. It narrates several experiences of McGee as a journalist which include establishing the newspapers "Nation" and "American Cult." It...

  • Letters.
    Sutherland, Neil; Mayes, Margaret A.; Pelchat, AndrĂ©; Maidens, Keith; Cameron, Stan; Snell, Lloyd; Ferri, Peter C.; Young, Neil; Magne, Marty; Heggtveit, H. Alexander; Krebs, Lisa; Sarginson, Diane // Beaver; Oct/Nov2005, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p6 

    Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues of the "Beaver." Article on Cora Hind; "The Amazing Grace of the Acadians," which offered information about Charles Lawrence's background; Feature item on the gun used to kill Thomas D'Arcy McGee.

  • Fenian Pistol.
    Sutherland, Neil; Mayes, Margaret A.; Pelchat, AndrĂ©; Maidens, Keith; Cameron, Stan; Snell, Lloyd; Ferri, Peter C.; Young, Neil; Magne, Marty; Heggtveit, H. Alexander; Krebs, Lisa; Sarginson, Diane // Canada's History; Aug/Sep2014, Vol. 94 Issue 4, p14 

    The article briefly describes an artifact in the collection of the Canadian Museum of History, a handgun which was one piece of evidence in the conviction of Patrick Whelan, an activist in the Fenian Irish fraternal group, in the 1868 murder of Canadian politician Thomas D'Arcy McGee.

  • TO ASK OUR LADY'S PATRONAGE FOR A BOOK ON COLUMBUS: A FRAGMENT.
    McGEE, THOMAS D'ARCY // Dreams & Images: An Anthology of Catholic Poets; 1917, p162 

    The poem "To Ask Our Lady's Patronage for a Book on Columbus: A Fragment" by Thomas D'Arcy McGee is presented. First Line: STAR of the Sea, to whom, age after age, Last Line: O'er the wide waste of waves, I seek to find.

  • Jacques Cartier.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Arc Poetry Magazine; Summer2007, Issue 58, p188 

    Presents the poem "Jacques Cartier," by Thomas D'Arcy McGee. First Line: In the seaport of Saint Malo, 'twas a smiling morn, in May, Last Line: And they welcomed back Jacques Cartier from his perils over the sea.

  • The Heart's Resting-Place.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Arc Poetry Magazine; Summer2007, Issue 58, p190 

    Presents the poem "The Heart's Resting-Place," by Thomas D'Arcy McGee. First Line: Twice have I sail'd the Atlantic o'er, Last Line: Where my peace went I too would go.

  • Jacques Cartier.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Oxford Book of Canadian Verse; 1913, p48 

    The poem "Jacques Cartier," by Thomas D'Arcy McGee is presented. First Line: In the seaport of Saint Malo 'twas a smiling morn in May, Last Line: And they welcomed back Jacques Cartier from his perils o'er the sea.

  • The Arctic Indian's Faith.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Oxford Book of Canadian Verse; 1913, p51 

    The poem "The Arctic Indian's Faith," by Thomas D'Arcy McGee is presented. First Line: We worship the Spirit that walks unseen; Last Line: But His presence and power we know.

  • Salutation to the Celts.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Dublin Book of Irish Verse: 1728-1909; 1913, p396 

    The poem "Salutation to the Celts," by Thomas D'arcy M'Gee is presented. First Line: HAIL to our Celtic bretheren, wherever they may be, Last Line: Are the sea-divided Gaels.

  • The Man of the North Countrie.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Dublin Book of Irish Verse: 1728-1909; 1913, p397 

    The poem "The Man of the North Countrie," by Thomas D'arcy M'Gee is presented. First Line: HE came from the North, and his words were few; Last Line: Between the South and North Countrie.

  • Home Thoughts.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Dublin Book of Irish Verse: 1728-1909; 1913, p398 

    The poem "Home Thoughts," by Thomas D'arcy M'Gee is presented. First Line: IF Will had wings; Last Line: Where my own love dwells.

  • More bucks for the bang.
    McGee, Thomas D'Arcy // Beaver; Aug/Sep2005, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p6 

    Features the Smith & Wesson revolver bought by the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec in 2005. Price of the revolver; Similarity of the gun with the weapon that killed U.S. President Abraham Lincoln; Use of the revolver in the assassination of Father of Confederation Thomas...

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee and Joseph Howe: Poetry, nationalism and confederacy.
    Holmes, Matthew // Arc Poetry Magazine; Summer2007, Issue 58, p176 

    This essay profiles the late Canadian poets Thomas D'Arcy McGee and Joseph Howe. According to the author, McGee and Howe are nation-builders and have contributed greatly to the shaping of the country through politics and literature. The literary style and the most notable works of the two poets...

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Volume I: Passion, Reason, and Politics, 1925-1857.
    D. M. // Beaver; Dec2008/Jan2009, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p47 

    The article reviews the book "Thomas D'Arcy McGee: Passion, Reason, and Politics 1925-1857," Volume I, David A. Wilson.

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee. vol. 1. Passion, Reason, and Politics, 1825 - 1857.
    Shanahan, David // Journal of Historical Biography; Autumn2008, Vol. 4, p133 

    The article reviews the book "Thomas D'Arcy McGee. Passion, Reason, and Politics, 1825-1857," by David A. Wilson.

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Volume 2: The Extreme Moderate, 1857-1868.
    Jobb, Dean // Canada's History; Aug/Sep2012, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p56 

    The article reviews the second volume of the book "Thomas D'Arcy McGee: The Extreme Moderate, 1857-1868," by David A. Wilson.

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Vol. 2: the extreme moderate, 1857-1868.
    Murphy, Pat // History Ireland; Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p63 

    The article reviews the book "Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Vol. 2: The Extreme Moderate, 1857-1868," by David A. Wilson.

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee: passion, reason, and politics, 1825-1857, vol. I.
    Murphy, Pat // History Ireland; Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p65 

    The article reviews the book "Thomas D'Arcy McGee: Passion, Reason, and Politics, 1825-1857," by David A. Wilson.

  • Thomas D'Arcy McGee: Volume I: Passion, Reason, and Politics, 1825-1857.
    Hall, Roger // Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly; Summer2008, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p525 

    The article reviews the book "Thomas D'Arcy McGee: Passion, Reason and Politics 1825-1857," Volume I, by David A. Wilson.

  • Who really killed D'Arcy McGee?
    Hall, Roger // Canada's History; Dec2011/Jan2012, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p47 

    The article discusses the assassination of father of the Canadian Confederation Thomas D'Arcy McGee by tailor Patrick James Whelan in 1868, highlighting research from celtic studies professor David A. Wilson's book "D'Arcy McGee: The Extreme Moderate 1857-1868" that indicates the assassination...

  • Tandem Trouble Carter tries to delay a primary.
    Hall, Roger // Time; 8/13/1979, Vol. 114 Issue 7, p18 

    The article focuses on the challenges encountered by U.S. President Jimmy Carter in attempting to delay the primary elections until April 15, 1979. It states that the delay of primary elections is being considered by the Carter's staff because of the two defeats he received when planning to...

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