Adam Hope

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Adam Hope

Adam Hope (8 January 1813 – 7 August 1882) was a Canadian businessman and senator. He migrated from Scotland in 1834, settling in Upper Canada. A Liberal, he was appointed to the Canadian Senate on 3 January 1877 on the recommendation of Alexander Mackenzie. He represented the senatorial division of Hamilton, Ontario until his death. In 2007, Crerer Adam edited the selected letters of Adam Hope, written to his father in Scotland between 1834-1845. This edited compilation was published as part of the Champlain Society's General Series.[1]

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  1. ^ Hope, Adam (2007). Adam, Crerer, ed. Letters of Adam Hope 1834-1845: The Publications of the Champlain Society. Toronto: Champlain Society Publications. doi:10.3138/9781442618824.