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4th Jul 2016Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

[3 blank pages] [unnumbered page, includes illustration: THE LOWER SLOPES BY GRANT ALLEN.] Of this edition 600 copies have been printed for England [unnumbered page] THE LOWER SLOPES REMINISCENCES OF EXCURSIONS ROUND THE BASE OF HELICON, UNDERTAKEN FOR THE MOST PART IN EARLY MANHOOD BY GRANT ALLEN. LONDON. ELKIN MATHEWS JOHN LANE   AT THE SIGN […]

4th Jul 2016Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

[5 blank pages] MOTLEY: VERSES GRAVE AND GAY. BY J. W. BENGOUGH. Illustrated. TORONTO: WILLIAM BRIGGS, WESLEY BUILDINGS. C. W. COATES, MONTREAL, QUE. S. F. HUESTIS, HALIFAX, N.S. 1895 [unnumbered page] Entered, according to the Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, by WILLIAM BRIGGS, in the […]

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

ANONYMOUS POEMS AMHERST GAZETTE ELECTRIC POWER PRINTING HOUSE, AMHERST, N. S. 1889. [unnumbered page] [blank page] PREFACE The following poems were not written with a view to publication,—although some of them have appeared in newspapers—but were composed as a relaxation from other, and more prosaic, duties, and are not now printed for the public to […]

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

THE PSALMS OF THE The Apocalypse, BY REV. D. B. BLAIR, D. D., Barney’s River. 1893, S. M. MACKENZIE, PUBLISHER AND PRINTER, NEW GLASGOW, N. S. [unnumbered page] [illustration] The JOHN JAMES STEWART COLLECTION [unnumbered page] THE PSALMS OF THE The Apocalypse, BY REV. D. B. BLAIR, D. D., Barney’s River. 1893, S. M. MACKENZIE, […]

29th Jun 2016Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

[unnumbered page, includes illustration: Yours truly John Blair] COLLECTION OF RHYMES, &C., BY JOHN BLAIR [unnumbered page] [blank page] DEDICATION. To all who honor honest endeavor; To lovers of freedom, who are not afraid to work with a little talent, nor ashamed of the smallest worth; And to those who would rather brave adverse criticism […]

29th Dec 2014Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

Song of the Flowering Girls The Lark and the Reapers An Elegy on the Pious Dog Hector Conscience By REV. DR. JAMES BENNETT ST. JOHN, N.B. 1900 [unnumbered page] [These verses were not published till Dec. 7th, 1898]. SONG OF THE FLOWERING GIRLS. The distaff was displaced by the spinning-wheel, which became for many years […]

16th Nov 2014Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

[illustration] Dallhousie College Library The JOHN JAMES STEWART COLLECTION [unnumbered page] Chebucto AND OTHER POEMS BY JOHN ALLISON BELL (FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION) HALIFAX, N. S. PRINTED BY JAMES BOWES & SONS, 125 HOLLUS STREET. 1890. [unnumbered page] [blank page] CONTENTS ANTHEM (sung at Public Gardens) 33 APOSTROPHE 47 ACROSTIC (Dr. Honeyman) 51 AUTUMN (Sonnet) 53 […]

3rd Sep 2014Posted in: Others, Post-Confederation 0

DAYBREAK A POEM BY GEORGE FAIRLEY BECK. “Time, the likeness of a guide, Leads the Republic, as a bride, Up to God’s side.” SWINBURNE. [unnumbered page] JOSEPH MAZZINI THIS TRIFLE IS INSCRIBED. [unnumbered page] DAYBREAK. [unnumbered page] I. Behold! O soul of man, the morning break— The night, that wrapped thee long, hath passed away; […]

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