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[QUEBEC]. T.J. J. Loranger, Commissioner
Report of the Commission Appointed to Revise and Consolidate the Statutes of the Province of Quebec. To The Honorable Theodore Robitaille, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Quebec.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: (Quebec). Printed by Order of the Legislature. 1881., 8vo, 20.5cm, 75p., blue printed wraps, missing rear cover, upper corner clipped and tape stained, contents very good (cds2). - Thomas Jean Jacques Loranger (1823-1885), prominent Quebec politician and judge, was one of the first French Canadians to specialize in constitutional law.
$50.00 Book Number: 23886 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