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Footnotes To
Book #3, The Road To Being Canada" (1815-1867)
Chapter 4, The Existence Of Class In The First Half Of The 19th Century

FN1 Ch04 Halifax had a considerable number of highclass people considering the makeup of its ruling members, some of which were royal appointees, indeed, some of them, at certain points of time in the City's history, were of the royal blood. By highclass I mean: those who read or communicated with those that did; those who had ideas about things and people that went beyond the immediate neighborhood.

FN2 Ch01 Stephen Leacock, Our Heritage of Liberty (London: Bodley Head, 1942), p. 11 & p. 13.

FN3 Ch01 Leacock, Ibid., p. 19.


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