Regular Posts Tagged ‘The Confederation Poets’

Poetical Directory OF THE TOWN OF LINDSAY AND BUSINESS MEN OF THE SURROUNDING COUNTRY, BY A. G. CHURCHILL Lindsay: PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE “CANADIAN POST.” 1872. [unnumbered page] LINDSAY. ___ See Seugog’s powerful waters flow     Through Lindsay Town, Ontario, And County of Victoria,     In British North America. Steamboats and […]

21st Sep 2021Posted in: Edward John Chapman, The Confederation Poets 0

[handwritten: Can. [illegible word] Chapman, Edward J.] // East and West:           A Summer’s Idleness. // [unnumbered page] [handwritten: by E.J. Chapman] [unnumbered page] [handwritten: Mrs. Seymour, with the author’s kind regards + remembrance] EAST AND WEST: A SUMMER’S IDLENESS, —BY— E. J. C. “We look before and after, And pine for […]

21st Sep 2021Posted in: Edward John Chapman, The Confederation Poets 0

ERRATA LOCATION ERROR page 5, 15.7 ‘no’ changed to ‘not’ [handwritten: Pamph. I.E. C.] A SEQUEL TO ‘CHRISTABEL’ [handwritten: (by E.J. Chapman)] A Review by L. MAY, 1899. [unnumbered page]           We have sent this Review to the writer of the book of poems mentioned on the opposite page, with full authorization to […]

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 […]

15th Sep 2021Posted in: Edward John Chapman, The Confederation Poets 0

A Drama of Two Lives And Other Poems [illustration] [unnumbered page] [blank page] [handwritten: Miss Margaret Bell: Ottawa, with the author’s kind regards.] A Drama of Two Lives The Snake-Witch A Canadian Summer-Night And Other Poems BY E. J. CHAPMAN LATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, CANADA LONDON KEGAN PAUL. TRENCH, TRÜBNER AND CO. 1899 […]

10th Sep 2021Posted in: Amos Henry Chandler, The Confederation Poets 0

[handwritten: illegible phrase] [blank page] LYRICS, SONGS AND SONNETS BY AMOS HENRY CHANDLER AND CHARLES PELHAM MULVANY [illustration] Toronto: HUNTER, ROSE & CO. —— MDCCCLXXX. [unnumbered page] [illustration] Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred and       Eighty, by HUNTER, ROSE & COMPANY, in […]

21st Aug 2015Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

Songs of the Road… [illustration] MARGARET BOSSANCE BOREHAM [inscribed] Best Wishes Margaret B. Boreham [unnumbered page] [blank page] THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY The winding road to Yesterday leads through the Vale of Tears, And o’er the hill where stands; a cairn to hopes of all the years; And yet, could we our steps retrace, as […]

30th Jul 2014Posted in: The Confederation Poets 0

A GOOD BOOK IS THE PRECIOUS LIFE-BLOOD OF A MASTER SPIRIT Milton [unnumbered page] [blank page] GENERAL EDITOR SIR A. T. QUILLER COUCH [unnumbered page] [illustration: C. G. D. ROBERTS] NEW YORK E. P. DUTTON AND COMPANY [unnumbered page] MORE ANIMAL STORIES BY CHAS. G. D. ROBERTS M. DENT & SONS . LTD . LONDON […]

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