Review Of Historical Publications Relating To Canada Volume 9 by University Of AnonymousReview Of Historical Publications Relating To Canada Volume 9 by University Of Anonymous

Review Of Historical Publications Relating To Canada Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... Canadien-Franfais. Azur--Fleur de Us--Castor--Feuilles d'irable--Eeusson. Nos Raisons. Par F. A. Baillarge. Montreal, 1904. Pp.48. t A Coming 'ew Republic. By "Givan." (New England Magazine, December, 1904.) to be disposed of thus: "The Pacific Province and Central West will gravitate to where they naturally belong, the republic to the south of them," and the maritime provinces will follow, if they remain English. 114 Ermatinger: The Talbot Regime (3) The Province of Ontario The Talbot Regime, or the First Half Century of the Talbot Settlement. By C. O. Ermatinger. St. Thomas: The Municipal World, Limited, 1904. Pp. x, 394. In commemoration of the Centennial of the Talbot Settlement in western Ontario, Judge Ermatinger has collected from various printed sources and original documents many interesting particulars of the life of the Honourable Thomas Talbot, and of the history of the Settlement down to the date of his death. "The Life of Col. Talbot," by Edward Ermatinger, printed in 1859, was a most useful book, but it was unsatisfactory in many respects, and more valuable as a human document, portraying the author's characteristics, than as a trustworthy account of his subject or of other pioneers. The author of the present volume has included in it all that was of permanent value in his father's work. The best picture we have of Colonel Talbot is Mrs. Jameson's. She visited him in 1837, spent some days at Port Talbot, studied him, and described him in her own excellent style. But almost everybody of note who came to Upper Canada visited Port Talbot, and, if a book of travel or description followed, the Colonel was sure to be in it. And so we have accounts by Dr. Howison, Pickering, Shirreff, Dr. Dunlop, Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley and...
Title:Review Of Historical Publications Relating To Canada Volume 9Format:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.17 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217989039

ISBN - 13:9780217989039