John Sandfield Macdonald

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  1. 1 2 3 4 Hayne, David, ed. (1972). "John Sandfield Macdonald". Dictionary of Canadian Biography . Vol. X (1871–1880) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press.
  2. Paul G. Cornell, Alignment of Political Groups in Canada, 1841-67 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1962; reprinted in paperback 2015), pp. 93-97.
  3. Legislative Assembly of Ontario: John Sandfield Macdonald.
  4. The Free Grants and Homesteads Act of 1868 , S.O. 1868, c. 8.
  5. An Act to Incorporate The Toronto and Nipissing Railway Company , S.O. 1868, c. 41; An Act to extend the Cobourg, Peterborough and Marmora Railway , S.O. 1868, c. 43; An Act to Incorporate the Peterborough and Haliburton Railway Company , S.O. 1868-69, c. 61; and An Act to Incorporate the Simcoe and Muskoka Railway Company , S.O. 1868-69, c. 80.
  6. An Act to provide for the organization of the Territorial District of Muskoka , S.O. 1868, c. 35.
  7. An Act respecting Elections of Members of the Legislative Assembly , S.O. 1868-9, c. 21.
  8. Premiers' Gravesites Program: Premiers Honoured.
  9. National Program for the Grave Sites of Canadian Prime Ministers
  10. Ontario Legislative Assembly: Explore Queen's Park - No. 15 - John Sandfield Macdonald (1812-1872).
  11. "Finding aid to John Sandfield Macdonald fonds, Library and Archives Canada" (PDF).
  12. "John Sandfield Macdonald collection, Archives of Ontario".
John Sandfield Macdonald
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The Hon. John Sandfield Macdonald
1st Premier of Ontario
In office
July 16, 1867 December 20, 1871
Political offices
Preceded by Joint Premiers of the Province of Canada – Canada West
Succeeded by
Parliament of Canada
Preceded by
Member of Parliament for Cornwall
Succeeded by
Legislative Assembly of Ontario
Preceded by
Member of the Legislative Assembly for Cornwall
Succeeded by
Preceded by Attorney General of Canada West
Succeeded by
Preceded by Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the United Provinces of Canada
Succeeded by