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23rd Sep 2021Posted in: John C. Colgan, The Confederation Poets 0

THE POEMS OF JOHN C. COLGAN. [unnumbered page] [illustration] [unnumbered page] THE POEMS OF JOHN C. COLGAN [illustration] TORONTO: HUNTER, ROSE, AND COMPANY. MDCCCLXXIII. [unnumbered page]             PRINTED AND BOUND BY HUNTER, ROSE AND CO., TORONTO. [unnumbered page] ERRATA LOCATION ERROR Page 10, 18.3 “throughfare” corrected to “thoroughfare” Page 13, […]

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; […]

28th Aug 2013Posted in: Others, The Confederation Poets 0

[3 blank pages] POEMS AND SONGS, IN SCOTCH AND ENGLISH BY ALEX H. WINGFIELD. Oh, Canada! I lo’e ye weel! Altho’ nae son o’ thine, Within thy wide domain there beats Nae truer heart than mine. HAMILTON, ONT. 1873. PRINTED AT THE “TIMES” BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. [unnumbered page] [blank page] TO Joseph Price, Esq., […]

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