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Commander in Chief of Prince Edward's Island [ edit ]
In 1891, the
reported that New York Times Lord Stanley of Preston had been appointed in 1888 Governor General of Canada and Commander in Chief of Prince Edward's Island. This could have been an error, but it might point to an anomaly which existed before 1904? [1 ]
I wonder if this suggests a plausible question worth investigating further? --
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^ "Canada's Executive Head; Power and Emoluments of the Governor General. Almost Unlimited Authority Granted to Him -- An Expensive Luxury for Canadians Who Want to Choose Their Own Governor," New York Times. November 5, 1891.