[Ottawa?] : publisher not identified , [1910?]; 19 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Murphy, Charles, 1863-1935|
|Title||Speech Delivered by The Honourable Charles Murphy, Secretary of State of Canada, at the presentation of the Albert Medal of the First Class to Conductor Thomas Reynolds, on St. Patrick's Day, 1910, at Massey Hall, Toronto|
|Published||[Ottawa?] : publisher not identified , [1910?]|
Canadiens d'origine irlandaise
|Document source||National Library of Canada|
|Collection||Serials: Periodicals, Annuals and Newspapers|
The medal was awarded to Conductor Reynolds for extreme heroism which saved 18 lives on the occasion of the C.P.R. Train Wreck at Spanish River Bridge, Ont. Jan. 21, 1910.
A letter from the Marquess of Crewe was read at the presentation of the medal.