Regular Posts Tagged ‘Early Writing in Canada’
4th Jul 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

HYMNS, AND SPIRITUAL SONGS. By HENRY ALLINE LATE MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL, FAIRMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA. FIRST EDITION With Editorial Emendations from THE SECOND and THIRD EDITIONS 1795 and 1797. LONDON: PRINTED at DOVER. [unnumbered page]  PREFACE. However chained down many may be by superstition and tradition, yet I doubt not but there are many such […]

30th Jun 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

POEMS AND SONGS ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR. AN ANTHOLOGY FROM ENGLAND, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, UNITED STATES, BUT CHIEFLY CANADA. COLLECTED BY REV. J. DOUGLAS BORTHWICK. LL. D. AUTHOR OF MANY WORKS ON CANADIAN HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY AND BIOGRAPHY.—“BATTLES OF THE WORLD.”—“BORTHWICK CASTLE.”—“HARP OF CANAAN.”—“HISTORY OF SCOTTISH SONG.” ETC., ETC. MONTREAL. 1901 [unnumbered page] PRINTED BY THE […]

28th Jun 2016Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[blank page] THE WIDOW OF THE ROCK AND Other Poems. BY A LADY. [Blennerhassett, Margaret (Agnew)] Ne cherchez point, dan’ ce récit, L’esprit, le brillant, l’eloquence,— Je sens bien plus que Je le pense. (Demoustier) MONTREAL, E. V. SPARHAWK, PRINTER. 1824. [unnumbered page] [blank page] PREFACE The generosity already manifested by the public in so […]

12th Aug 2015Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[blank page] AN ADDRESS, TO THE  LIEGE MEN OF EVERY  BRITISH COLONY AND  PROVINCE  IN THE WORLD,  BY A  FRIEND TO HIS SPECIES  [inscribed] Séminaire de Québec. 1864. KINGSTON: Printed at the Herald Office 1822 [unnumbered page] [blank page] To the Liege Men of every British Colony and Province in the world, the following Poem is […]

14th Dec 2014Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[blank page]  MISCELLANEOUS POEMS MORAL & RELIGIOUS WRITTEN ON VARIOUS OCCASIONS BY Lydia Ann Appleton TORONTO: PRINTED AT THE “WATCHMAN” OFFICE, POST-OFFICE LANE. 1850 [unnumbered page] [blank page] PREFACE Many volumes of Poetry, written by authors whose talents are the honor and ornament of their country, are already before the public. With such productions, however, […]

18th Oct 2014Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[blank page] PRO AND CON: A SATIRICO-POLITICAL DIALOGUE IN FAMILIAR RHYME: PARTLY IMITATED FROM THE LATIN OF HORACE, AND DEDICATED (WITHOUT PERMISSION) TO THE LATE GRAND JURY. Primum ego me illorum dederim quibus esse Poetas Excerpam numero: neque enim concludere versum Dixeris esse satis; neque, si quis scribat, uti nos, Sermoni propriora, putes hunc esse […]

10th Aug 2014Posted in: Early Writing in Canada 0

[4 blank pages] NOTHING TO YOU. [unnumbered page] [2 blank pages] [unnumbered page, includes illustration: Searching a lady’s band-boxes] NOTHING TO YOU; OR, MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS; IN ANSWER TO “NOTHINGS” in general, and “NOTHING TO WEAR” in particular. BY KNOT-RAB. With Illustrations by J. H. Howard. NEW YORK: WILEY & HALSTED, No. 851 Broadway. […]

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