Alexander Campbell (Canadian senator)

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Sir Alexander Campbell (March 9, 1822 – May 24, 1892) was an English-born, Upper Canadian statesman and a father of Canadian Confederation.wikipedia
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Freemasonry in Canada

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Campbell was a Freemason of St. John's Lodge, No.

John A. Macdonald

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He became a partner in John A. Macdonald's law office. He later held a number of ministerial posts in the Cabinet of Sir John A. Macdonald and was the [[List of lieutenant governors of Ontario#Lieutenant Governors of Ontario, 1867-present|sixth]] Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1887 to 1892.
Oliver Mowat became premier of Ontario, and Alexander Campbell a federal cabinet minister and Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

Hedon

Born in Hedon, Yorkshire, he was brought to Canada by his father, who was a doctor, when he was one year old.
Sir Alexander Campbell, PC, KCMG, QC (9 March 1822 – 24 May 1892) was also born here; he was a Canadian statesman and politician, and a father of Canadian Confederation.

Cataraqui Cemetery

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He died in office in Toronto in 1892, and was buried at Cataraqui Cemetery in Kingston, Ontario.
Sir Alexander Campbell served as the first president.

Legislative Council of the Province of Canada

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He was elected to the Legislative Council in 1858 and 1864, and served as the last Commissioner of Crown Lands 30 March 1864 – 30 June 1867.

List of lieutenant governors of Ontario

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He later held a number of ministerial posts in the Cabinet of Sir John A. Macdonald and was the [[List of lieutenant governors of Ontario#Lieutenant Governors of Ontario, 1867-present|sixth]] Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1887 to 1892.

Charles Sandwith Campbell

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He left two sons (the eldest was Charles Sandwith Campbell) and three daughters
Born in 1858 at Kingston, Ontario, Campbell was the eldest son of Sir Alexander Campbell, Postmaster General of Canada and Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario.

Quebec Conference, 1864

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He attended the Charlottetown Conference and the Quebec City Conference in 1864, and at Confederation was appointed to the Senate of Canada.

Metcalfe Street (Ottawa)

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In 1883, he built his home on Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, now known as "Campbell House".
In the late 19th century and the early 20th century, it was one of the most prestigious addresses in Ottawa being home address of Ottawa's mayor Thomas Birkett (306 Metcalfe, Embassy of the Republic of Hungary in Ottawa), Canada's lumber and railroad baron John Rudolphus Booth (252 Metcalfe, Booth House), inventor Thomas Willson a.k.a. Carbide Willson, and Sir Alexander Campbell, law partner of Sir John A. Macdonald (236 Metcalfe).

Commissioner of Crown Lands (Province of Canada)

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He was elected to the Legislative Council in 1858 and 1864, and served as the last Commissioner of Crown Lands 30 March 1864 – 30 June 1867.

Oliver Mowat

England

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Sir Alexander Campbell (March 9, 1822 – May 24, 1892) was an English-born, Upper Canadian statesman and a father of Canadian Confederation.

Upper Canada

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Sir Alexander Campbell (March 9, 1822 – May 24, 1892) was an English-born, Upper Canadian statesman and a father of Canadian Confederation.

Canadian Confederation

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Sir Alexander Campbell (March 9, 1822 – May 24, 1892) was an English-born, Upper Canadian statesman and a father of Canadian Confederation.

Yorkshire

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Born in Hedon, Yorkshire, he was brought to Canada by his father, who was a doctor, when he was one year old.

French language

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He was educated in French at St. Hyacinthe in Quebec and in the grammar school at Kingston, Ontario.

Saint-Hyacinthe

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He was educated in French at St. Hyacinthe in Quebec and in the grammar school at Kingston, Ontario.

Quebec

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He was educated in French at St. Hyacinthe in Quebec and in the grammar school at Kingston, Ontario.

Kingston, Ontario

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He was educated in French at St. Hyacinthe in Quebec and in the grammar school at Kingston, Ontario.

Call to the bar

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Campbell studied law and was called to the bar in 1843.

Senate of Canada

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He attended the Charlottetown Conference and the Quebec City Conference in 1864, and at Confederation was appointed to the Senate of Canada.

Cabinet of Canada

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He later held a number of ministerial posts in the Cabinet of Sir John A. Macdonald and was the [[List of lieutenant governors of Ontario#Lieutenant Governors of Ontario, 1867-present|sixth]] Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1887 to 1892.