File 1991.197V-2-21 - Correspondence Between Egerton Ryerson and S.S. Nelles.

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Correspondence Between Egerton Ryerson and S.S. Nelles.

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CA ON00357 2038-1-1991.197V-2-21

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  • 1862-1874 (Creation)

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iscussion of Senate business, report of government committee on university question (Dr. Leitch's views on question), Ryerson's inability to attend college Board meeting due to cold, report of Dr. Stinson's ill health, Ryerson urges Nelles to attend Senate meetings in order to ensure James Patton's re-election as vice-chancellor, Ryerson sees Patton as champion of university reform, submission of Grammar School Amendment and Separate School Bills, Ryerson's views on question of university funding, Ryerson has sent advice to Patton and Nelles on how to proceed on university question, Ryerson plans to write true account of Senate proceedings in Christian Guardian, Globe, and Leader, discusses attacks on Patton, Ryerson cannot attend sessions of Conference at Quebec due to lack of money, feels that he should withdraw from active involvement in Victoria due both to lack of results and to strain on his health, sends memorial on Victoria College and the university to Nelles in Quebec, Ryerson cannot attend meeting of Victoria Senate due to vacation plans, Ryerson feels obligation to Victoria is at an end, refuses invitation to convocation-feels he can no longer speak in public, declines invitation to convocation due to strained finances, expresses Sir John A. Macdonald's opinion of MacDougall, Ryerson re: his article on "Protestant Liturgies"

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