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Defense du Mandement de Mgr. L'Evque de Montral. En date du 24 Octobre 1837. (caption title).
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: n.p., n.d. ., 12mo, 17x 13cm, uncut, 8p., an original document, self wraps, foxed, rare (n12) Gagnon I, 1085. T.P.L. 2054. Ducharme, Catalogue No. 1 of the Victor Morin collection, no. 895, issued April, 1950, calls it trs rare, and prices it at $7.00. - The pamphlet is a defense of Bishop Lartigue's pastoral letter of October 24, 1837 denouncing the actions of the Patriote leaders.
$349.99 Book Number: 21820 Order / Enquire
The Canadians at War 1939/45.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Np. Reader's Digest Association., 1969. 26.5cm, in two volumes, 687p., richly illustrated, 11 folding maps, index, cloth, fine in very good jackets (S8)
$35.00 Book Number: 5850 Order / Enquire
Five contemporary pamphlets bound in One: 1. La Question Riel. (Joseph Adolphe Chapleau). 2. Discours sur la Question Riel, pronounce le 22 Mars, 1886, a la Chambre des Communes par L'Honorable S.D. Thompson, Ministre de la Justice, Ottawa. 3. Discoursde l'Honorable M. Chapleau a l'occasion de la motion faite a la Chambredes Communes, le 11 Mars, 1886, pour blamer le government d'avoir permis l'execution de Riel. 4. Riel. Response a Monsieur J.A. Chapleau. (Ernest Tremblay). 5. Le Cas de Louis Riel, condamne et execute pour haute Trahison. Rapport de Sir Alexander Campbell.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Ottawa. Queen's Printer. 1885 & 1886., 22cm, first editions, 67, 54, 39, 80 & 13pp., leaves browned, three-quarter blue morocco, pebbled blue cloth, raised bands,former owner's stamps on each pamphlet, near fine. (cgc) A series of pamphlets on the Northwest Rebellion of 1885 and the executing of Louis Riel on the charge of high treason. J.A. Chapleau was the Secretary of State in the Macdonald Government, and was blamed, along with John A. Macdonald, by Quebecers for the execution of Riel. Scarce publications,rarely seen as a collection, on a still controversial subject.
|$1200.00||Book Number: 34410||Order / Enquire|
Canada's First City Saint John. The Charter of 1785 and Common Council Proc
1962., 23cm, iii,214p., colour frontis, illustrations, green cloth, fine in fine jacket
$15.75 Book Number: 19363 Order / Enquire
Physicians' Panel on Canadian Medical History. An informal round-table discussion on the highlights of Canadian Medical History held in Lac Beauport, October 7, 1966.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: N.p. Schering Corporation. 1967., sq8vo. 23cm, n.p.p. illustrated with photographs and line drawings, blue cloth over boards, very good (mdds) Participates inc. Lloyd G. Stevenson, H.E. MacDermont, A.L. Murphy, etc.
$12.50 Book Number: 21336 Order / Enquire
[SMITH, W.W.]. By A.L.O.C.
The Story of a Dark Plot; or, Tyranny of the Frontier.
Boston. The Warren Press. 1903., 12mo. 19cm, first edition, 198p., frontis portrait, original maroon cloth, gilt titles on the spine and upper cover, fine bright copy (N1) The book concerns the attempted murder of W.W. Smith who was the Canadian Pacific Railway agent at the Sutton junction station in Quebec. It gives the history and background of the case, the court actions and the liquor selling ruffians. The allegation was that an American liquor seller had hired a Marboro, Mass bartender to remove Smith.
$52.50 Book Number: 14003 Order / Enquire
Souvenir of the Queen's Jubilee. An Account of the City of Saint John, New Brunswick, in Honour of the Jubilee Year of the Reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria.
Saint John, N.B. J.&A. McMillan. 1887., 19.5cm, iii,97p., brown decorated printed wraps, spine edges bit frayed, else very good to fine A detailed program of the events, from June 19th to 21st 1887, in celebration of the fiftieth year of Queen Victoria's reign. Includes a complete membership list of the Haymarket Square Polymorphian Club.
$122.50 Book Number: 13817 Order / Enquire
A.S. A Stevenson Sampler, 1945-1965. Selected by Alden Whitman.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New York. Haprer & Row. 1965., 22cm, 45,p. Printed on rag paper, limited to 2475 copies, cloth, blind and gilt titles on the upper cover, fine in milar wrap as issued
$15.75 Book Number: 300 Order / Enquire
[THE CANADIAN Girl's Annual]
The Canadian Girl's Annual. Compiled by the Editor of "Little Folks".
London. Cassell and Company Ltd. 1920., 23.5x 17.5cm, (viii),232p., 4 colour plates including frontis, 29 black & white illustrations, original green blind-stamped cloth, colour plate laid down on the upper cover, gilt block titles and decorations on the spine and upper cover, on fragile paper, very good to fine copy thus (n4).
$59.50 Book Number: 11704 Order / Enquire
Anti-Gallic letters: addressed to His Excellency, the Earl of Gosford, governor-in-chief of the Canadas, by Camilus. [pseud.].
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Montreal. Printed at the Hearld Office. 1836., 18mo.14cm, 226p. original plain blue-gray wraps, slight dust worn at the edges, wraps frayed on the spine else a very good to fine copy in original state, rare. (cgc) T.P.L. 2005. Gagnon I-127. Not in Lande. The letters dated Montreal, 1835-36, inveigh against French opinion in Canada. Thom, a Scot, came to Canada about 1832 and became a lawyer and journalist. He was editor of the Montreal Herald, 1835-38, and a member of Lord Durham's staff in 1838.
|$2500.00||Book Number: 34265||Order / Enquire|
Canada's Alaskan Dismemberment. An Analytical Examination of the Fallacies underlying the Tribunal Award.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: At Niagara- on-the-Lake, Ontario. Printed by Charles Thonger. 1904., 19.5cm, 76p., cover title, printed blue wraps, disbound, wanting the bottom plain wrap, very good copy, rare Not in Casey, Hall, Wickersham, Ricks, etc. No standard references located.
$249.99 Book Number: 20536 Order / Enquire
The Canadian Catalogue of Books published in Canada, about Canada, as well as those written by Canadians, with Imprint 1921-1949, (Consolidated English Language Reprint Edition), with Cumulated Author Index.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. Toronto Public Library., 1967. 24cm, unpaginated, index, brown cloth, label, very good to fine (B8)
|$35.00||Book Number: 5864||Order / Enquire|
[VICARS, Hedley S.J.].
Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars, Ninety-Seventh Regiment. (Anonymous). By the author of "The Victory Won'.
New York. Robert Carter & Brothers. 1856., 16mo., 16.5cm, x,11-300p., steel engraved frontis portrait of Captain Vicars, in contemporary half black roan, gilt ruled raised bands, gilt titles, marbled boards, some wear at the edges, some foxing, else a very good to fine sound copy Captain Vicars was stationed at Halifax, N.S., from June 1851 to May 1853 with the 97th regiment, which included a trip to Niagara Falls in the Autumn of 1851. The book mainly discusses matters religious but does contain some account of the details of day to day life in Halifax during this period.
$105.00 Book Number: 13848 Order / Enquire
[WENTZELL, Betty L.]
Cemetery Inscriptions for Lunenburg and Queens Counties. Volume 1. The South Shore Genealogical Society, Nova Scotia.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Bridgewater. Printed by Parkview Education Centre. 1981., 4to, 28cm, 297p., typescript, printed card wraps, spiral bound, fine (mds) Information recorded on gravestones, cemetery markers, and in a few cases, family Bibles in two counties on the South Shore of Nova Scotia.
$60.00 Book Number: 21989 Order / Enquire