Regular Posts Tagged ‘1874’
15th Sep 2021Posted in: Edward John Chapman, The Confederation Poets 0

ERRATA LOCATION ERROR IV, 8.5 missing closing quotation marks A MEMORY BY E.J.C. [handwritten: Prof. E.J. Chapman, H of J.] “Ich trage im Herzen viel Schlangen, Und dich, Geliebte mein.” —Heine. TORONTO: LOVELL BROTHERS, PRINTERS, VICTORIAL HALL, MELINDA ST. JULY, 1874 [unnumbered page] [blank page] [handwritten: Chapman, Edward John] A MEMORY BY E.J.C. “Ich trage […]

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

BOOK OF POEMS BY EUPHEMIA BELLMORE Sixth Edition. TORONTO: PRINTED BY DUDLEY & BURNS. 1874. [unnumbered page] [blank page] NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. The writer of these Poems is a young woman who lost her sight while studying at the Normal School to fit herself for a teacher. She had previously lost her left hand […]

30th May 2014Posted in: The Confederation Poets 0

 [Portrait of Sir Francis Hinks] HON. SIR FRANCIS HINKS. Born Dec. 14th 1807 [unnumbered page] ALPHONZO STILLETTO’S POETIZATION OF THE INCIPIENT STAGE OF THE GREAT PACIFIC SCANDAL AND OF THE CELEBRATED SPEECH OF LORD DUFFERIN IN REPLY TO A HEALTH TOAST AT A DINNER GIVEN BY THE HALIFAX CLUB. Nom omnis moriar; multaque pars mei […]

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