Tupper seemed happiest during his frequent tours through the Maritimes, when he preached and collected subscriptions for the magazine or funds for the Nova Scotia Baptist Education Society.
He remained only a short time at most of these places and frequently returned to the Amherst, N. Resuming his duties in London, he became known as an outspoken advocate of imperial federation with the United Kingdom. Chiasson University of Toronto Note 1.
The most gigantic intellect may be dwarfed by being cabin'd, cribbed and confined. Christian Messenger Halifax— The bill was blocked in the Commons. One of their sons, Charles Hibbert Tupper, also had a distinguished career in politics and served as a Cabinet minister under Macdonald, Abbott, Thompson and Bowell.
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When the Conservatives returned to power inTupper became Minister of Public Works and the following year, Minister of the newly created portfolio of Railways and Canals. Career in the Parliament of Canada, —[ edit ] See also: View freely available titles: He was elected eleven times, including four times by acclamation two ministerial by-elections, one general electionand one case where a sitting Member of Parliament resigned his seat to allow Tupper to re-enter the Commons He was also at this time a hospital surgeon and municipal medical officer and involved in the development of a medical school.
Eleanor Tupper, Tupper genealogy, — Beverly, Mass. Tupper ran as a member for the new federal riding of Cumberland and won his seat. Eleanor Tupper, Tupper genealogy, — Beverly, Mass. In Acadia College awarded him the honorary degree of dd. Longley, Acadia University, — Wolfville, As William Osler wrote in his obituary, "Few men have lived more vigorously, first in the rough and tumble of a large general practice in Nova Scotia and then in the turbulent area of politics.
Sir Charles Tupper, 1st Baronet, GCMG, CB, PC (July 2, – October 30, ) was a Canadian father of Confederation: as the Premier of Nova Scotia from tohe led Nova Scotia into Confederation.
He went on to serve as the sixth Prime Minister of Canada, sworn into office on May 1,seven days after parliament had been dissolved. He lost the June 23 election and resigned on.
Sir Charles Tupper, Minister of Railways and Canals, and member of Parliament for Cumberland, Nova Scotia, is descended from a family originally from Hesse Cassel, and which settled on the isle of Guernsey, going thence to Virginia, long prior to the outbreak of the American colonies.
Sir Charles Tupper He was a political leader in Nova Scotia and then Canadian Cabinet minister, high commissioner to the United Kingdom, and prime minister of Canada.
Charles Tupper was born on July 2,at Amherst, Nova Scotia, of Puritan stock. Hon.
Charles Tupper. (July 2, - October 30, ) The longest-surviving Father of Confederation, Charles Tupper was leader of the Nova Scotia delegates at all three Confederation conferences.
Charles Tupper was the author of Baptist principles vindicated: in reply to the Revd. J. W.
D. Gray’s work on baptism (Halifax, ) and Prohibition and anti-prohibition: being a series of letters in favor of prohibition, and replies to the same, by John Bent (Saint John, N.B., ). Further works by Tupper are listed in “Manual of Baptist authors,” comp.
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