Regular Posts Tagged ‘1875’
30th Jun 2016Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

A GLIMPSE AT TORONTO IN THE 20TH CENTURY, WITH A RETROSPECTIVE GLANCE. Recited at the 11th Annual Festival commemorating the formation of THE TORONTO SOCIETY OF THE NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH. PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION ONLY. TORONTO: April 6, 1875. [unnumbered page] A GLIMPSE AT TORONTO IN THE 20TH CENTURY, WITH A RETROSPECTIVE GLANCE. Recited at […]

30th Jun 2016Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

POEMS Serious, Sentimental, Patriotic, —AND— HUMOROUS, —BY— JOHN BLAIR, Jun. ST. CATHARINES: PRINTED BY W. MEEK, BOOK AND JOB PRINTER. 1875. [unnumbered page] Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five, by JOHN BLAIR, in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. [unnumbered page] PREFACE. It […]

27th Jun 2014Posted in: The Confederation Poets 0

[3 blank pages] POEMS AND SONGS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS, BY WILLIAM BANNATYNE. “Leeze me on rhyme, it’s aye a tresure, My chief—amaist my only pleasure: At hame, a-fiel’, at wark or leisure, My Muse, kind hizzie. Tho’ rough and raplock be her measure, Is seldom lazy.”—BURNS. TORONTO: JAMES CAMPBELL & SON, [unnumbered page] [blank page] […]

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