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The St. Andrew's Society of Ottawa 1846-1897. Sketch of The First Half Century
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The St. Andrew's Society of Ottawa 1846-1897. Sketch of The First Half Century

By THORBURN, John

Ottawa: The St. Andrew's Society of Ottawa, 1898. Paperback. Good. 44 p. 25 cm. Paper covers soiled. Staples rusting, tear in upper spine. Includes songs, list of officers from 1846 onwards. Appendix includes addresses presented by the Society to Sir John Young, Queen Victoria, Sir John A. Macdonald, Lord Dufferin, the Marquis of Lorne, the Earl of Aberdeen, etc. and various replies.

$25.00

An Abstract of All the Acts Passed In the Fifth Session of the Seventh Parliament of Great Britain, and in the Fifth Year of the Reign of our most Gracious Sovereign Lord King George the Second
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An Abstract of All the Acts Passed In the Fifth Session of the Seventh Parliament of Great Britain, and in the Fifth Year of the Reign of our most Gracious Sovereign Lord King George the Second

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1732. No Binding. Good. 72 p. (incomplete). 31 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Small chip from bottom of title page. Last page detached. Some dogears. Some highlights: an abstract of the act to recover debts in the American colonies, one pertaining to the "South Sea bubble," one to prevent the exportation of hats out of the American colonies and to restrain the number of hat-makers going to the colonies, one to encourage the growth of coffee in America, one to encourage the Greenland fishery.

$50.00

ANNO DECIMO TERTIO Georgii III. Regis. CAP. VII. An Act for allowing the free Importation of Rice into this Kingdom, from any of His Majesty's colonies in America, for a limited Time; and for encouraging the making of Starch from Rice
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ANNO DECIMO TERTIO Georgii III. Regis. CAP. VII. An Act for allowing the free Importation of Rice into this Kingdom, from any of His Majesty's colonies in America, for a limited Time; and for encouraging the making of Starch from Rice

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, Printers to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1773. Disbound. Good. pp. 87-88. 4p with cover. 32 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Small holes left margin. Thumbing within. Print off-kilter on first page. An act from the reign of King George III. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Tenth Day of May, Anno Domini 1768, in the Eighth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britian, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Tenty-sixth Day of November, 1772; being the Sixth Session of the Thirteenth Parliament of Great Britain.

$100.00

ANNO PRIMO GEORGII IV. REGIS. CAP. XXXIII. An Act to amend and continue, until the Thirty-first Day of December One thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, several Laws relating to the Encouragement of the Greenland Whale Fisheries.
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ANNO PRIMO GEORGII IV. REGIS. CAP. XXXIII. An Act to amend and continue, until the Thirty-first Day of December One thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, several Laws relating to the Encouragement of the Greenland Whale Fisheries.

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Exellent Majesty, 1820. Disbound. Good. pp. 266-267. 4p. total. 30 cm. Royal coat of arms at top of first page. Disbound. Repair to left edge. Tiny holes in left margin. An act from the reign of King George IV.

$40.00

The ABC in Verse, for Young Learners
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The ABC in Verse, for Young Learners

By ANONYMOUS

New York: Kiggins & Kellogg. Ephemera. Good. Second Series - No. 1. nd. c. 1850s. 16 p. 19 cm. 13 b&w illustrations. Green paper covers. A little darkened on front. A little damp staining inside but overall very good condition. Pencil notation inside front cover. A rhyme for every letter from Aunt Agatha to Zany.

$50.00

Anno Duodecimo Georgii Regis. An Act for repealing the Duty laid upon Snuff, by an Act made in the Eighth Year of Her late Majesty's Reign, and for ascertaining the Rates according to which the remaining Duties are to be paid.
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Anno Duodecimo Georgii Regis. An Act for repealing the Duty laid upon Snuff, by an Act made in the Eighth Year of Her late Majesty's Reign, and for ascertaining the Rates according to which the remaining Duties are to be paid.

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the King's Moft Excellent Majefty; and Thomas Norris, Affignee to George Hills, 1726. Disbound. Good. pp. 547-550. 6p. with cover. 30 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Dampstain on last leaf. An act from the reign of King George I, also giving "Encouragement" to the Greenland Fifhery". At the Parliament Begun and HOlden at Westminster, the Ninth Day of October, Anno Dom, 1722. In the Ninth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and ireland, king, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence Continued by several Prorogrations to the Twentieth Day of january 1725. Being the Fourth Session of this present Parliament.

$125.00

An Act to prohibit for a limited Time the Exportation of Corn, Grain, Meal, Malt, Flour, Bread, Biscuit, Starch, Beef, Pork, Bacon, and other Victual
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An Act to prohibit for a limited Time the Exportation of Corn, Grain, Meal, Malt, Flour, Bread, Biscuit, Starch, Beef, Pork, Bacon, and other Victual

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty; and by the Assigns of Robert Baskett, 1757. No Binding. Good. Pages 231-239. [12 p. including cover.] 31 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Small holes in left margin. An act from the reign of King George II. The title continues: "(except Fifh and Roots and Rice, to be exported to any Part of Europe Southward of Cape Finifterre) from His Majefty's Colonies and Plantations in America, unlefs to Great Britain or Ireland, or to fome of the faid Colonies and Plantations; and to permit the Importation of Corn and Flour into Great Britain and Ireland, in Neutral Ships; and to allow the Exportation of Wheat, Barley, Oats, Meal, and Flour, from Great Britain to the Ifle of Man, for the Ufe of the Inhabitants there".

$125.00

In Her Days: A Calendar for 1901
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In Her Days: A Calendar for 1901

By MICKLE, Sara (comp.)

Toronto: Toronto Lithographing Company Limited, 1901. Soft cover. Good. Unpaginated. A page for each month, plus introduction. 27 cm. Lithographs of Queen Victoria and 11 famous men, plus various British colonial scenes. Pictorial cover bound with green string in top edge. Pencil mark on rear cover. Compiled by Sara Mickle and designed by J.D. Kelly. "Entered According to Act of the parliament of Canada in the Year 1899 by Sara Mickle at the Department of Agriculture." Not so much a real calendar as a list of historic events. Picture of Newfoundland for April while May has Quebec and a western prairie.

$125.00

An Act to explain and amend an Act, made in the Fourth Year of His prefent Majesty, intituled, An Act to prevent Paper Bills of Credit, hereafter to be iffued in any of His Majefty's Colonies or Plantations in America
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An Act to explain and amend an Act, made in the Fourth Year of His prefent Majesty, intituled, An Act to prevent Paper Bills of Credit, hereafter to be iffued in any of His Majefty's Colonies or Plantations in America

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, Printers to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1773. No Binding. Good. Pages 1199 to 1202. [6 p. including cover.] 31 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. An act from the reign of King George III.

$150.00

ANNO VICESIMO SEGUNDO Georgii III. Regis. CAP. LXXI. An Act more effectually to prevent His Majesty's Enemies from being supplied with Ships or Vessels from Great Britain
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ANNO VICESIMO SEGUNDO Georgii III. Regis. CAP. LXXI. An Act more effectually to prevent His Majesty's Enemies from being supplied with Ships or Vessels from Great Britain

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, Printed to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1782. Disbound. Good. 8p. (pp.1087-1091). 32 cm. Disbound/ Royal coat of arms on title page. Small holes in left margin. An act from the reign of King George III. Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Vicesimo Secundo. At the Parliament begun and hold at Westminster, the Thirty-first Day of October, Anno Domini 1780, in the Twenty-first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Twenty-seventh Day of November, 1781, being the Second Session of the Fifteenth Parliament of Great Britain.

$35.00

An Act for the Encouragement of Seamen, and for the better and more effectually manning His Majesty's Navy
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An Act for the Encouragement of Seamen, and for the better and more effectually manning His Majesty's Navy

By ANONYMOUS

London, 1793. No Binding. Good. Pages 1203-1254. [52 p. total.] 31 cm. Disbound. Small holes left margin. Some thumbing within. An act from the reign of King George III.

$75.00

An Act for further regulating the Plantation Trade; and for Relief of Merchants importing Prize Goods from America, and for preventing collusive Captures there
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An Act for further regulating the Plantation Trade; and for Relief of Merchants importing Prize Goods from America, and for preventing collusive Captures there

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Thomas Baskett and Robert Baskett, Printers to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1742. No Binding. Good. Pages 711-723. [16 p. including cover.] 32 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Some dampness stains throughout. Top corner of cover is chipped. Remaining top corners are torn and roughened. An act from the reign of King George II. The act continues "and for obliging the Claimers of Veffels feized for Exportation of Wooll, or any unlawful Importation, to give Security for Cofts; and for allowing Eaft India Goods to be taken out of Warehouses, in order to be cleaned and refrefhed".

$100.00

New Voyages and Travels; Consisting of Originals and Translations. Vol. III
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New Voyages and Travels; Consisting of Originals and Translations. Vol. III

By SANSOM, Joseph

London: Sir Richard Phillips and Co, 1820. disbound. Fair. 95 + 1 p. 23 cm. Frontispiece engraving. Disbound. Small chip and tear in engraving page. Light thumbing and soiling. Part of a larger volume which consisted of travel accounts in Virginia, Africa, South America, and southern Europe. This part only consists of Sansom's Travels in Lower Canada, 1817. Sansom journeyed first to New York, then through Lake Champlain, along the St. Lawrence, through Lower Canada. Descriptions of Three Rivers, Quebec City, Montmorency Falls, Loretto, Montreal, etc. Discussion of foreign trade, government expenses, Canadian history, League of the Iroquois, beavers. Text in English.

$75.00

ANNO DUODECIMO Georgii III. Regis. CAP. XXXIII. An Act for allowing the Importation of Wheat, Wheat Flour, Rye, Rye Meal, and Indian Corn, into this Kingdom, for a limited Time, free of Duty
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ANNO DUODECIMO Georgii III. Regis. CAP. XXXIII. An Act for allowing the Importation of Wheat, Wheat Flour, Rye, Rye Meal, and Indian Corn, into this Kingdom, for a limited Time, free of Duty

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, Printers to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1772. Disbound. Good. pp. 775-776. 4p with cover. 32 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Print off-kilter on first page. An act from the reign of King George III. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Tenth Day of May, Anno Domini 1768, in the Eighth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, or Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Twenty-first Day of January, 1772; being the Fifth Session of the Thirteenth Parliament of Great Britain.

$100.00

Book-Plates and Other Engravings
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Book-Plates and Other Engravings

By FRENCH, Edwin Davis

Cleveland: The Rowfant Club, 1911. Card Covers. Very Good. 39 p. 19 cm. Grey card covers. Some discolouration to front near spine. Catalogue of a private collection of book plates and other engravings by French, exhibited at The Rowfant Club in Cleveland, January 21, 1911.

$60.00

Anno Segundo & Tertio Annae Reginae. An Act for the better Securing and Regulating the Duties upon Salt
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Anno Segundo & Tertio Annae Reginae. An Act for the better Securing and Regulating the Duties upon Salt

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas Newcomb deceas'd; Printers to the Queens moft Excellent Majefty, 1704. Disbound. Good. pp. 239-255. 20p with cover. 32 cm. Royal coat of arms on front cover. Disbound. Pages darkening. An act from the reign of Queen Anne. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the Twentieth Day of August, Annon Dom. 1702. In the First Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady ANNE, by the Grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued by several Prorogations and Adjournments to the Ninth Day of November, 1703. Being the Second Session of this present Parliament.

$75.00

Grey Knitting And Other Poems
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Grey Knitting And Other Poems

By HALE, Katherine (Amelia Beers Warnock)

Toronto: William Briggs, 1914. Unbound. Fair. 15 p. 23 cm. Grey paper covers with red and back print. Edges roughened. Grey tie is almost entirely missing. Amelia Beers Warnock (1878-1956), born in Galt (Cambridge), Ontario, became a noted lecture-recitalist, literary and musical critic for the Toronto Mail and Empire, and writer of creative non-fiction. This book is her first book of poems, pertains mainly to World War One. Rhodenizer 913.

$50.00

An Act for encouraging the Greenland Fishery
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An Act for encouraging the Greenland Fishery

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1732. No Binding. Good. Pages 451-452. [4 pages including cover.] 31 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. A few tears along top edge and at margin. An act from the reign of King George II.

$150.00

Transactions of the London and Middlesex Historical Society 1902-1937
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Transactions of the London and Middlesex Historical Society 1902-1937

By Various authors

London, ON: The London and Middlesex Historical Society, 1908-1937. Ephemera. Good. Parts I to XV. 15 vols.: 35; 52; 62; 75; 47; 89; 64; 52; 47; 49; 96; 48; 54; 156 + 5; 36 p. 19 to 25 cm. 4 maps, 17 b&w illustrations, and 4 facsimile plates. Paper covers with black print. Two powder blue, one grey, 12 tan. Ink stamps Parts II and XV and ink signatures Parts IV, VIII, XII, & XIII. Front cover detached with chipped edges on Part VI. Soiling to Part IX. Ink marginalia in Parts II and XII. Clipping attached to p. 21 in Part XII and another clipping tucked inside. Some paper browned. A must have for those interested in the history of London-Middlesex, Canada. Contains: "Pioneers of Middlesex" by Sir John Carling; "Founding of London" by Cl. T. Campbell; "The Streets of London" by Harriet Priddis; "The Great Western Railway" by Augusta Gilkinson; "The Caradoc Academy" by Rev. John Morrison; "The Settlement of London" by Cl. T. Campbell; "The First Bishop of Huron" by Verschoyle Cronyn; "The Battle at Longwoods" by J. I. Poole; "Reminiscences of Mrs. Gilbert Porte" by Miss Priddis; "The Mackenzies of Hyde Park" by Mrs. Evans; "Robert Wilson, The Pioneer Teacher" by Cl. T. Campbell; "London Public Schools - 1848-1871" by C. B. Edwards; "London Grammar School and Collegiate Institute" by F. W. C. McCutcheon; "The Western University" by N. C. James; "The Proudfoot Papers" collected by Harriet Priddis (Parts 1 & 2); "Fathers of London Township" by Freeman Talbot; "Bench and Bar in the Early Days" by Hon. D. J. Hughes; "Gleanings From the Sheriff's Records" by D. M. Cameron; "Pioneer Politicians" by Cl. T. Campbell; one paragraph on the Wreck of the Victoria; "Governor Simcoe's Tour Through Southern Ontario"; "The Settlers of Lobo Township" by D. J. Campbell; "The Society of Friends of Lobo Township" Edgar M. Zavitz; "London Village" by Cl. T. Campbell; "Reminiscences" by Judge W. Elliott; "The Wilberforce Settlement" by Fred Landon; "London's Honor Roll" (World War I); "The 100th Prince of Wales Royal Canadian Regiment" by Maj. Henry Gorman; "The Fourth Middlesex Militia Regiment" by Sheriff D. M. Cameron; "Fugitive Slaves in London Before 1860" by Fred Landon; "Biographical Sketch of the Life and Times of the Hon. David Glass" by S. Frank Glass; "Recollections of a London Military School" by Rev. G. M. Cox; "The Exiles of 1838 from Canada to Van Diemen's Land" by Fred Landon; "The Reverend Richard Flood-Indian Missionary and Rector of Delaware, 1834-1865" by James J. Talman; "Some Early Newspapers and Newspaper Men of London" by Fred Landon; "Strathroy, 1832-1925" by Sutherland Cuddy; "Some Frontier and American Influences in Upper Canada Prior to 1837" by Rev. M. A. Garland; "The Early Methodist Episcopal Church in Ontario" by S. F. Maine; "Early Immigration to Adelaide Township in Middlesex County" by James J. Talman; "The Diary of Rev. William Fraser (1834-1835) With an Introductory Essay on Early Presbyterianism in Western Ontario" by Harry E. Parker; "Dr. Elam Stimson" by Edwin Seaborn, containing "The Cholera Beacon".

$150.00

An Act for granting a Bounty upon the Importation of White Oak Staves, and Heading, from the British Colonies or Plantations in America
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An Act for granting a Bounty upon the Importation of White Oak Staves, and Heading, from the British Colonies or Plantations in America

By ANONYMOUS

London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, Printers to the King's moft Excellent Majefty, 1771. No Binding. Good. Pages 1227-1234. [10 p. including cover.] 31 cm. Royal coat of arms on title page. Disbound. Crease in left margin. An act from the reign of King George III.

$100.00

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