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- n. The leader of the devolved governments of Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland.
- n. Any of the ten provincial premiers or the prime minister of Canada
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Freemasonry, so actively promoted in Mexico by the first minister from the United States, Joel R. Poinsset, began gradually to lessen the loyalty which, in accordance with the plan of Iguala, both the rulers and the government had manifested towards the Church.
After his decease, Lucas Notaras, great duke, 79 and first minister of the empire, was the most important prisoner.
In the course of 1866 Father Petitot procured for the natives of Great Bear Lake the visit of the first minister of the
As Francis the first of France was one winterly night warming himself over the embers of a wood fire, and talking with his first minister of sundry things for the good of the state (Vide
Lord Burghley, their founder, had been first minister to Elizabeth I, and his son Robert Cecil had performed the same service for James I. For the next two centuries, Cecils of varied intellect and competence had filled official positions, frequently with more loyalty than talent.
[Footnote: Dr. Stuart, of Kingston, Church of England, was the first minister in Upper Canada, Mr. Langworth, of the same denomination, in Bath; and Mr. Scamerhorn, Lutheran minister at Williamsburgh, next.]
Brother Daly stands as the first minister to be granted this relation in the Virginia Conference.