By Marie Tremaine
Marie Tremaine's bibliography was once initially released by way of collage of Toronto press in 1952 and has been defined as 'the cornerstone of bibliography and booklet heritage studeis in Canada.' This complement corrects the unique books and provides significantly to its contents. as well as verifying as a lot of Tremaine's unique library destinations as attainable, and settling on extra copies of the goods, the authors have extra the numerous new entries that experience come to gentle within the final forty-five years
The new paintings is an analytical bibliography of formerly unrecorded eighteenth-century Canadian imprints and a resource for the examine of early print tradition within the Maritimes, Quebec, and Ontario. The definition of imprint has been prolonged to surround all items of the click, from books and legitimate records to task printing resembling handbills, advertisement notices, licences, and land can provide. The paintings encompasses a transcription of the accountsof greater than thirty years of publication and activity printing from the Brown Neilson workplace in Quebec urban, the main broad selection of company files left by way of an early Canadian print shop.
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Text> Given at Halifax, this 14th Day of May, 1756, . . By His Excellency's Command, Chas. Lawrence. Wm. Cotterell Seer. God Save The King. Colophon: Halifax: Printed by J. ] Broadside: about 13" X 5", described and reprinted by James S. S. hist. soc. Coll. 16: 7-40, 1912, p. 11-12, from which this entry is taken. Text: "Whereas notwithstanding the gracious Offers of Friendship and protection made by us, in his Majesty's Name, to the Indians inhabiting this Province . . the Indians have of late .
Particularly by such as I esteem the most valuable, those who engage in Agriculture and the fishery"). 15. GREAT BRITAIN. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE [ornamental rule] / EXPLANATIONS / OF THE / Manual Exercise for the Foot; / WITH / Some General Field-Directions. / [ornamental rule] / HALIFAX: / Printed and Sold by J. Bushell, 1759. / [ornamental rule] / 4to. ; 34 + ? p. (p. 5 cm. Contents: p. ; p. , blank; p. -5 Exercise for the Foot, June, 1757; p. 6-23, The Manual Exercise; p. 24-26, Order of the 18th April, 1756; p.
Donn6 a Montreal sous notre Seing, le Sceau de nos Armes et la sous- / cription de notre Secretaire, ce vingt huit Octobre 1759. M. EV. DE QUEBEC. / Et plus bas, par MONSEIGNEUR, / HUBERT Secretaire. 4 X 15 cm. " It continues, pointing out the peril of New France, the sins of its inhabitants, then recommending reform and prayer and ordering the continuance of special prayers for New France also services and masses for Montcalm and others who died in defence of Quebec. This mandement, issued after the fall of Quebec and before the capitulation of Mon-treal, is printed also in Tltu and Gagnon: Mandements de Quebec, 2: 141-42.