Regular Posts Tagged ‘1900’

New Songs by Margaret Bossance Boreham [unnumbered page] [blank page] NEW SONGS There are no songs to sing I’ve sung them all, The songs of Joy and Pain; And I would fain A new song to you bring. A blackbird’s call, A thrush’s cheery trill, The babbling rill— The carillons that from tall towers ring— […]

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

[4 blank pages] [illustration] IN MEMORY OF Albert Gorton Greene OF THE CLASS OF 1820 FUND GIVEN BY Samuel Coffin Eastman OF THE CLASS OF 1857 [unnumbered page] Commonplace Sketches [unnumbered page] [blank page] CLARA E. ANDRESS [unnumbered page] [blank page] THE COMING OF SPRING ’Ere old Winter’s reign is over And the sun shines […]

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 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 […]

4th Aug 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

TO YOU [front cover] Come stand on top of the world with me! Come reach into Infinity! Together pluck a new-blown thought, Fresh from the garden of the God! Poems by ETHEL STILWELL [unnumbered page] [blank page] THE GOAL   You always may be That you really are. Waste not time living in the past […]

15th Jan 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

POEMS BY ERIC MACKAY YEOMAN [illustration] [unnumbered page, includes illustration: EDWARD McKAY YEOMAN] Introduction Irrespective of what he might have attained had he lived longer, the name of Eric Mackay Yeoman should be well placed on the list of Canadian writers. He died at the age of twenty-two years, of brain fever, but during the […]

14th Jan 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[blank page] Echoes of Empire BY MARGARET G. YARKER (TORONTO) TORONTO: WILLIAM BRIGGS 1900 [unnumbered page]   Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand nine hundred, by MARGARET G. YARKER, at the Department of Agriculture. [unnumbered page] DEDICATED TO The Canadian Contingents; TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THOSE […]

1st Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] [unnumbered page, includes illustration] A Semi-Detached House and Other Stories by J. Try-Davies illustrated by Robert Harris Montreal:  Printed by John Lovell & Son, at 23 St. Nicholas St.: MDCCCC. [unnumbered page] Entered according to Act of Parliament in Canada, in the year nineteen hundred, by J. TRY-DAVIES, in the office of the […]

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