Regular Posts Tagged ‘Poetry’
6th Jul 2016Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] OF FOUR AND FORTY YEARS [unnumbered page] [blank page] OF FOUR AND FORTY YEARS By William H. Wise [unnumbered page] “The sins o’ four and forty years, all up an’ down the seas, Clack an’ repeat like valves half-fed….Forgie’s our trespasses.” Kipling-M’Andrews’ Hymn. [unnumbered page] FOREWORD WHEN the youthful Browning published his […]

5th Jul 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[4 blank pages] YOUR HOME AND MINE [unnumbered page] [blank page] YOUR HOME AND MINE H A R O L D S. W O O D [illustration] The MUSSON BOOK COMPANY Ltd., TORONTO 1     9     3     2 [unnumbered page] [illustration: MUSSON MADE IN CANADA] SECOND EDITION [unnumbered page] TO EILEEN AND FRED With their father’s […]

5th Jul 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

OF THIS edition of By Cobequid Bay, by Alexander Louis Fraser, two hundred and fifty copies have been printed. This Chap-book is a product of The Ryerson Press, Toronto, Canada. Acknowledgments are made to The British Weekly, University Magazine, Dalhousie Review, Canadian Magazine, Acadiensis, MacLean’s and Education, in whose pages poems included in this collection […]

5th Jul 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[blank page] A MEDLEY —OF— POEMS, HYMNS AND SONGS BY JAMES C. WHYTE THE PIONEER POET OF THE NORTH. AUTHOR OF The Key to the Prophecies, Things New and Old, Etc. PRINTED AT THE POST BOOK AND JOB ROOMS HANOVER, — ONT. [unnumbered page] [blank page] CONTENTS. PAGE Introduction v Figures for Learned Men viii […]

5th Jul 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[handwritten: Presented To Dr. Bourner of Bruce Nov. in Toronto. An old highly esteemed and valued friend with good words and compliments of the author. Lt. Col. A. E. Belcher, Toronto, 1917] [inside front cover] [illustration: Toronto, April 11th, 1916] Lt. Col. A. E. Belcher the composer of these verses is of F. E. Loyalist […]

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 […]

[3 blank pages] [unnumbered page; includes illustration: Philéas Bédard, folk-singer, Saint-Rémi de Napierville, Quebec] FOLK-SONGS of OLD QUEBEC by Marius Barbeau Song Translations By REGINA LENORE SHOOLMAN Illustrations By ARTHUR LISMER DEPARTMENT OF MINES Hon. W. A. Gordon, Minster; Charles Camsell, Deputy Minister NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA W. H. Collins, Acting Director Anthropological Series No. […]

4th Jul 2016Posted in: No Date 0

A Close Call [illustration] [unnumbered page] [blank page] I’ll tell you in verse a short story I read, And I feel in my heart it is true; For though by their passions men often are led, Compassions a stranger to few. [illustration] [unnumbered page] [blank page] A Close Call [illustration] [unnumbered page] [unnumbered page, includes […]

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 […]

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