Mr. Tilley showed the great advantages which would accrue to New Brunswick eventually in consequence of confederation.
The vessel was an English bark, full of soldiers, bound to New Brunswick.
In New Brunswick and Ontario parental consent is required for males and females under eighteen years of age.
A large force of New Brunswick militia was also embodied and sent to the front.
Returning to New Brunswick, pursued his investigations into the fisheries of the province.
The Fenian raid on New Brunswick proved to be a complete fiasco.
No speaker that New Brunswick has ever produced has been more generally acceptable than was Tilley.
At the Census of 1824, 1421 "persons of color" were found in New Brunswick.
He purchased his country's welfare with the resignation of the governorship of New Brunswick!
His parents were from the British province of New Brunswick.
Province in eastern Canada, bordered by Quebec to the north, the Gulf of St. Lawrence (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean) to the east, Nova Scotia to the southeast, and Maine to the west. Together with Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, it is one of the Maritime Provinces. Fredericton is its capital, and Saint John is its largest city.