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363 - June 28 2017


28 Jun 2017


We are not as likely to have difficulties with the Fenians… because if we had gone against Union, the opinion of the people of the United States would have been that we were in favor of annexation, and we would have had hordes of men down here, and had difficulties which will not now exist, because the moral effect of this Union is, that both the whole power of the British Government and the whole force of the nation will be put forth to maintain our integrity.

Leonard Tilley
Premier, Conservative Leader, N.B.
28 Jun 2017

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