Regular Posts Tagged ‘Montreal’
30th Jun 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

POEMS AND SONGS ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR. AN ANTHOLOGY FROM ENGLAND, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, UNITED STATES, BUT CHIEFLY CANADA. COLLECTED BY REV. J. DOUGLAS BORTHWICK. LL. D. AUTHOR OF MANY WORKS ON CANADIAN HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY AND BIOGRAPHY.—“BATTLES OF THE WORLD.”—“BORTHWICK CASTLE.”—“HARP OF CANAAN.”—“HISTORY OF SCOTTISH SONG.” ETC., ETC. MONTREAL. 1901 [unnumbered page] PRINTED BY THE […]

29th Jun 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[unnumbered page, includes illustration: MOUNT ROYAL FROM THE SOUTH] Idylls of Our Island BY MYRTLE J. BOA PRICE $1.00 NET PROCEEDS DONATED TO The Canadian Red Cross Society Quebec Provincial Branch, MONTREAL [unnumbered page] PREFACE THE few views and descriptions presented in the following pages do not by any means attempt to cover the many […]

OUTLAW LYRICS [unnumbered page] ALPH. PELLETIER’S PRINTERY 36 St. Lawrence Main St. MONTREAL [unnumbered page] OUTLAW LYRICS GILBERT BEZANGER [unnumbered page] [blank page] Dedicated To my fellow outlaws Calder Trennery, and Martin [unnumbered page] [blank page] INDEX “Invocation” “Could I sing you a song” “I am a stranger in a far Countree” “There is no […]

29th Jun 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

“CHRISTMAS AGAIN” AND OTHER POEMS MOLLY BEVAN FOREWORD “Turn backward, oh time, in thy fight, And make me a child again, just for tonight.” The reason why we loved childhood days was this: Our little lives were filled with the constant unravelling of new thoughts and new ideas. A new world was discovered every day. […]

29th Jun 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

Hours of Childhood And Other Poems Montreal Published By A. Bowman August 1820 [inside front cover] Hours of Childhood And Other Poems For me the day Hath duties which require the vigorous hand Of steadfast application, but which leave, No deep improving trace upon the mind. But be the day another’s ; – let it […]

29th Jun 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

The Death of Dollard And Other Poems By John Boyd Montreal 1914 [unnumbered page] To John Reade As a slight appreciation of his invariable kindness, this booklet is respectfully dedicated to Dr. John Reade, poet and scholar, to whose generous encouragement the author owes any success that he may have achieved in the literary field. […]

28th Jun 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[blank page] THE WIDOW OF THE ROCK AND Other Poems. BY A LADY. [Blennerhassett, Margaret (Agnew)] Ne cherchez point, dan’ ce récit, L’esprit, le brillant, l’eloquence,— Je sens bien plus que Je le pense. (Demoustier) MONTREAL, E. V. SPARHAWK, PRINTER. 1824. [unnumbered page] [blank page] PREFACE The generosity already manifested by the public in so […]

28th Jun 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[blank page] The Harp of Canaan; OR SELECTIONS FROM THE POETS ON BIBLE HISTORICAL INCIDENTS. ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY BY REV. J. DOUGLAS BORTHWICK, Author of “Cyclopaedia of History & Geography,” & “The British American Reader.” “I’ll sing, first in night’s diadem For ever, and for evermore THE STAR!—the STAR OF BETHLEHEM.” Montreal: RICHARD WORTHINGTON, GREAT ST. […]

This site is protected by Comment SPAM Wiper.