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1 THE CANADIAN MERCANTILE ALMANACK FOR 1847. INCLUDING "TEN REASONS FOR EMIGRATING TO CANADA" & ADDITIONAL 19TH CENTURY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Copp Clark Professional, (Toronto, 1996), facsimile reprint. 
8vo, soft cover. Reproductions of early advertising material. Contents: Advertisements; Introduction; The Canadian Mercantile Almanack for 1847; Almanac; Legislation; Appendix; Ten Reasons for Emigrating to Canada; Concluding Advertisements. "This fascinating glimpse of Upper Canada showcases the new colony: its officials, clergy, lodge members and business people. Here you find the new Acts establishing towns and school systems, militia and tariffs. You get 'Ten Reasons for Emigrating to Canada' and many pages of advertisements from 19th century 'Canadian Almanac' editions. Here is Canada 20 years before confederation. Here is the perfect gift that traces early families, business relationships and developing institutions. Here is the advertising that sold home remedies, organs and typewriters. Page after page of visual history." Interior - small gift inscription at top of half-title page, otherwise clean and tight. Exterior - very minor edgewear,small, soft crease to rear cover, spine flat and uncreased. VG+ 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
THE MILITARY ARMS OF CANADA.  HISTORICAL ARMS SERIES., Anderson, Edward J., Dynes, Robert J., Gooding, S. James, May, Hamilton G., Rowe, Brenton S., and Tweedie, George A.  Foreword by Lt.-Col. George F.G. Stanley.
2 Anderson, Edward J., Dynes, Robert J., Gooding, S. James, May, Hamilton G., Rowe, Brenton S., and Tweedie, George A. Foreword by Lt.-Col. George F.G. Stanley. THE MILITARY ARMS OF CANADA. HISTORICAL ARMS SERIES.
Museum Restoration Service, West Hill, Ontario, 1963. 
viii, 47 pp, soft cover (stapled in wraps - 10" H). B&w photographs, technical drawings, reproductions, marks. "The firearms used by the militia and armies of Canada from the early seventeenth century until the present time are described, with ill ustrations of 74 muskets, rifles and pistols." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light soiling on rear cover - minor on front cover, light browning on spine area. Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES OF CANADA, 1860-1960:  ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF CANADA., Barnard, W.T., Lieutenant-Colonel.
3 Barnard, W.T., Lieutenant-Colonel. THE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES OF CANADA, 1860-1960: ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF CANADA.
Don Mills, Ontario Ontario Publishing Company 1960 First Edition Very Good+ Maps drawn by Captain R.A. With. Inscribed By Author
398 pp, 8vo (9 1/4" H), black boards with silver lettering on spine, silver insignia on front cover - no dust jacket (as issued). Map endpapers, b&w photographs, fold-out maps and diagrams. Inscribed by author on half title page: "To K____ A____ with all good wishes from the author W.T. Barnard Jan/85". Appendices include: The Victoria Cross; The Roll of Honour; Honours and Awards; Battle Honours; Succession Rolls; The Buffs; The King's Royal Rifle Corps; Characteristics of a Rifle Regiment; Rifles and Rifle Shooting; Dress; The Military Band; The Bugle Band; The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Association; Regimental Designations and Battalions; The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Chapter, Imperial Order, Daughters of the Empire. Previous owner's small name stamp at top of front pastedown, tiny bump at bottom corner of rear board, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very minor browning to edges of text block. 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
THE SOLDIERS OF LONDON.  IMPERIAL SERVICES LIBRARY VOLUME VI., Barnes, R. Money, Major.
4 Barnes, R. Money, Major. THE SOLDIERS OF LONDON. IMPERIAL SERVICES LIBRARY VOLUME VI.
London Seeley, Service 1963 First Edition Very Good - Very Good- 
376 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w drawings, color plates. "(N)ot only a military history of every regiment which was first formed in London, but also describes the uniforms they wore and the various changes and modifications introduced from time to time during more than three hundred years of service. The story of these many regiments is of absorbing interest, whether it is about volunteers, territorials or regular troops, and is enhanced by sixty-six full page illustrations in line in the text, eight in sepia, and twelve superb plates in full colour. There is also an exhaustive index to the many regiments, the date of their formation, colour of their uniforms, and many other details, such as how they got their names, and nicknames. During their long history many famous British regiments whose names are always associated with London have had a continuous and unbroken military record dating from the time of Charles I to the present day, and the story of the part they have played in campaigns all over the world are our British heritage. In studying this lucid and accurate history of regiments which were first formed in London, we can appreciate the important role they have always filled in the pageantry of state occasions and ceremonial parades in which the Guards, Household Cavalry, and the Yeomen of the Guard are part of the London scene." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light edge wear, slight small bump to top corner of pages 197 to 314. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has light edge wear/wrinkling, rubbing and soiling; very light browning on inside. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE SOLDIERS OF LONDON.  IMPERIAL SERVICES LIBRARY VOLUME VI., Barnes, R. Money, Major.
5 Barnes, R. Money, Major. THE SOLDIERS OF LONDON. IMPERIAL SERVICES LIBRARY VOLUME VI.
London Seeley, Service 1963 First Edition Very Good Good+ 
376 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w drawings, color plates. "(N)ot only a military history of every regiment which was first formed in London, but also describes the uniforms they wore and the various changes and modifications introduced from time to time during more than three hundred years of service. The story of these many regiments is of absorbing interest, whether it is about volunteers, territorials or regular troops, and is enhanced by sixty-six full page illustrations in line in the text, eight in sepia, and twelve superb plates in full colour. There is also an exhaustive index to the many regiments, the date of their formation, colour of their uniforms, and many other details, such as how they got their names, and nicknames. During their long history many famous British regiments whose names are always associated with London have had a continuous and unbroken military record dating from the time of Charles I to the present day, and the story of the part they have played in campaigns all over the world are our British heritage. In studying this lucid and accurate history of regiments which were first formed in London, we can appreciate the important role they have always filled in the pageantry of state occasions and ceremonial parades in which the Guards, Household Cavalry, and the Yeomen of the Guard are part of the London scene." One color plate has tiny corner crease, minor rubbing to boards, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear - moderate with creases at top/bottom of spine, light to moderate rubbing, light edge wrinkling, a few very small edge tears and tiny chips. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
THE UNIFORMS & HISTORY OF THE SCOTTISH REGIMENTS:  BRITAIN - CANADA - AUSTRALIA - NEW ZEALAND - SOUTH AFRICA.  1625 TO THE PRESENT DAY., Barnes, R. Money, Major.  In collaboration with C. Kennedy Allen & Lieut. Thomas B. Beatty, Jnr.  Foreword by Gen Sir Neil Methuen Ritchie.
6 Barnes, R. Money, Major. In collaboration with C. Kennedy Allen & Lieut. Thomas B. Beatty, Jnr. Foreword by Gen Sir Neil Methuen Ritchie. THE UNIFORMS & HISTORY OF THE SCOTTISH REGIMENTS: BRITAIN - CANADA - AUSTRALIA - NEW ZEALAND - SOUTH AFRICA. 1625 TO THE PRESENT DAY.
London Seeley Service 1969 Reprint Very Good No Jacket 
351 pp, large 8vo (9 7/8" H) - red cloth with black title block/gold lettering on spine. Colour plates and b&w drawings. Contents: Introduction; 1625-89. The Lowland Regiments. Killiecrankie. Dunkeld; 1690-1745. Marlborough's Battles. The Union. The '15 and the '45. The Black Watch. Fontenoy; 1755-83. North America. Highland Regiments. Canadian Militia. Minden. American Independence; 1778-99. Highland Regiments. Fencibles. Yeomanry. India. Napoleonic Wars; 1800-14. American War; 1815. Waterloo; 1815-56. Small Wars. India. S. Africa. Canadian Militia. The Crimea; 1857-81. Indian Mutiny. Afghanistan. First Boer War. The Volunteers. Canadian and S. African Scottish Regiments; 1881-1902. Cardwell. North Africa. India. Second Boer War. Dominion Scottish Regiments; 1903-18. World War I. Scottish Regiments of the Empire; 1919-44. World War II. Scottish Regiments of the Empire; 1944-54. 'D' Day. Peace with Menaces. Scottish Regiments of the Commonwealth; Early Scottish Weapons; The Pipes; Uniforms of the Scottish Regiments - Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; Uniforms of the Scottish Regiments - Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries; Appendices (Abbreviated Regimental Histories) - Scottish Regiments of Britain; Scottish Regiments of Canada; Australian Scottish Regiments; Scottish Regiments of New Zealand; South African Scottish Regiments; Indian and Colonial Scottish Units - Existing and Disbanded; Index. Previous owner's name in ink on free front endpaper, light wear at top/bottom of spine and at corners, light wrinkling at bottom of spine, small area of wrinkling at top edge of pages 87 to 90 - near gutter. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
7 Bassett, John M. THE COURIERS FOR GENERAL BROCK.
Thomas Allen & Son, Toronto, (1967). 
128 pp, 8vo, HC in dust jacket. B&w illus by Leslie Callan. "In the sprinf of 1812, General Isaac Brock found himself with an almost impossible task, the defence of Canada against the power of the United States. The Couriers tells of the daring a nd imagination that General Brock used as he faced this threat. With only a handful of regular troops, local militia units and loyal Indians he moved from victory to victory. The campaign of 1812 is seen through the eyes of two young b o y s , J e r r y B utton and his Indian friend, Louis the Shawnee. The two boys journey to the North West carrying vital messages, return to witness the fall of Detroit and the victory of Queenston Heights." Dust jacket has light edgewear/rub bi ng , li gh t s oi li ng . VG +/VG 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
THE INVASION OF CANADA, 1812-1813., Berton, Pierre.
8 Berton, Pierre. THE INVASION OF CANADA, 1812-1813.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1980 0771012357 / 9780771012358 Limited First Edition, Specially Bound. Near Fine Tom McNeely, endpapers. 
363 pp, 9 3/4" H. Pictorial endpapers, maps/battle plans. Blue (faux?) leather spine with gilt lettering & decoration, gray boards with blue decoration on front board. "This first edition copy - is one of a limited number (unspecified) which have been specially bound and slipcased" from the copyright page. " To America's leaders in 1812, an invasion of Canada seemed the best way to bloody John Bull's nose. It would, as Thomas Jefferson confidently predicted, be 'a mere matter of marching'. How could a nation of eight million fail to subdue a struggling colony of 300,000? Yet, when the campaign of 1812 ended on the bloody banks of the River Raisin, the only Americans left on Canadian soil were prisoners of war. Three American armies had been forced to surrender, and the British were in control of all of Michigan Territory and much of Indiana and Ohio. Drawing on personal memoirs and diaries as well as official dispatches, the author has been able to get inside the characters of the men who fought the war - the common soldier as well as the generals. (C)owards and heroes, flawed generals and bumbling bureaucrats, traitors, loyalists, war profiteers, military incompetents and geniuses. (T)he War of 1812, or more properly the myth of the war, served to give the new settlers (of Upper Canada) a sense of community and set them on a different course from that of their neighbours. The Canadian way of life, says Berton, has its roots in the invasion of Canada." Tiny area of glue residue at the edge of the rear board leather. Slipcase has a tiny edge scuff on rear panel, a few very small minor soiling marks on front panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
CHOCO TO A.I.F., Blackwell, John.
9 Blackwell, John. CHOCO TO A.I.F.
General Store Publishing House, Burnstown, Ontario, 1994. 
171 pp, 8vo (9" H), soft cover. ISBN 0919431836 "In a rarely acknowledged theatre of war, an Australian recounts his antic WWII experiences. A young member of the militia at the outbreak of war, John Blackwell played an active role in the early d ays of radar, serving as an oficer with the Australian Army, both at home and in England. Through his eyes, and keen sense of the ridiculous, we see the rise of technology in modern warfare, and the frequently humorous fallibilities of the m e n e m p l oyed to use it." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very small crease at bottom corner of rear cover. Very Good+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
BELLEVILLE: A POPULAR HISTORY., Boyce, Gerry.
10 Boyce, Gerry. BELLEVILLE: A POPULAR HISTORY.
Toronto Natural Heritage / Dundurn 2008 1550028634 / 9781550028638 First Edition Fine 
310 pp, square large 8vo (9" x 9"). B&w photographs, reproductions, maps. "(A) treasure trove of stories - 'glorious and not-so-glorious' - embodying the history of the city of Belleville (Ontario) and its beautiful surroundings. Gerry Boyce, the dean of the area's historians, has done a masterful job of pulling together the best of Belleville's storied past, episode by episode, decade by decade: here one learns about the Native roots of the place, its debatable 'discovery' by Champlain, its hot-headed pre-Confederation politics, its involvement in Spiritualism in the 1850s and the spread of prostitution in the Victorian 1870s. Moving forward from the days of Susanna Moodie and Mackenzie Bowell, it provides an entertaining and probing stroll through the past 110 years, reminding readers of such national events as the sensational 1959 victory by the Belleville MacFarlands over the Russians at the World Amateur Hockey Championship in Prague; and then, less well known, the financially crippling news of secret payments made to the players. Gerry Boyce (reminds) us that our history, be it local or national, is much more lively and intriguing than we often realize." Michael Peterman . Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
HISTORIC FORTS OF ONTARIO., Bradford, Robert D.  Foreword by Stephen D. Mecredy.
11 Bradford, Robert D. Foreword by Stephen D. Mecredy. HISTORIC FORTS OF ONTARIO.
Belleville, Ontario Mika 1988 0921341202 / 9780921341208 First Edition Very Good+ Very Good 
176 pp, 4to (11 1/2" H). Beautifully illustrated in b&w and colour with photographs, reproductions, maps/plans. Contents: Foreword; Preface; The Heritage; Ontario's First Forts: The Iroquoian Fortified Village; In Search of Souls: Ste-Marie-Among-the-Hurons; The First British Army Fort: Fort Erie; Guardian of the Capital: The Old Fort at York; Canadiens, Nor'Westers and Adventurers: Fort William; Frontier Sentinel: Fort George; The South-West Bastion: Ford Malden; Dockyard Sentry: Fort Frederick; Citadel of Upper Canada: Fort Henry; Guarding the St. Lawrence Life Line: Fort Wellington; Watch on the Niagara: Fort Mississauga; Views of various forts and other military establishments; Glossary; Notes; Bibliography; Index. Previous owner's name and date on free front endpaper, minor edge wear. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling, minor edge wear, very light rubbing, minor line indentation on front panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
12 Bradford, Robert D. Foreword by Stephen D. Mecredy. HISTORIC FORTS OF ONTARIO.
Belleville, Ontario Mika 1988 0921341202 / 9780921341208 First Edition Near Fine Very Good+ 
176 pp, 4to (11 1/2" H). Beautifully illustrated in b&w and colour with photographs, reproductions, maps/plans. Contents: Foreword; Preface; The Heritage; Ontario's First Forts: The Iroquoian Fortified Village; In Search of Souls: Ste-Marie-Among-the-Hurons; The First British Army Fort: Fort Erie; Guardian of the Capital: The Old Fort at York; Canadiens, Nor'Westers and Adventurers: Fort William; Frontier Sentinel: Fort George; The South-West Bastion: Ford Malden; Dockyard Sentry: Fort Frederick; Citadel of Upper Canada: Fort Henry; Guarding the St. Lawrence Life Line: Fort Wellington; Watch on the Niagara: Fort Mississauga; Views of various forts and other military establishments; Glossary; Notes; Bibliography; Index. Dust jacket has very minor edge wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
THE DIARY OF COLOUR-SERJEANT GEORGE CALLADINE, 19TH FOOT, 1793-1837., Calladine, George.  Edited by Major M.L. Ferrar.
13 Calladine, George. Edited by Major M.L. Ferrar. THE DIARY OF COLOUR-SERJEANT GEORGE CALLADINE, 19TH FOOT, 1793-1837.
Eden Fisher, London, 1922, first edition. 
210 pp, 8vo (8 7/8" H), hard cover (dark green cloth with gold lettering on spine) - no dust jacket. George Calladine was born in 1793 and lived to be 83 years old. His wife predeceased him by thirty years and of his 13 children, only one outlived him. In 1810, he enlisted in the Derbyshire Militia and embarked on a military life that saw him posted to Ceylon and Ireland. His diary gives details of a soldier's life, the military and the social aspects, promotions, postings, famil y i n c i d e n t s, travels, observations of unfamiliar customs and wildlife, marches and engagements. Previous owners small stamp on front endpapers, small bookstore label on front pastedown, very light browning to pages and endpapers, light bro wn i ng t o ed ge s of t extblock, a very light scuff and two small very light stains on top of textblock, light edge wear to boards, wrinkling and light wear at top/bottom of spine, small chip/rub through cloth on rear spine edge, minor rubbing t o c lo th, a fe w s mal l fai nt liquid splash marks on spine. VG 
Price: 275.00 USD
 
 
THE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES OF CANADA:  A HISTORY OF A SPLENDID REGIMENT'S ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICES, INCLUDING A STORY OF PATRIOTIC DUTIES WELL PERFORMED IN THREE CAMPAIGNS., Chambers, Ernest J., Captain, R.O.
14 Chambers, Ernest J., Captain, R.O. THE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES OF CANADA: A HISTORY OF A SPLENDID REGIMENT'S ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICES, INCLUDING A STORY OF PATRIOTIC DUTIES WELL PERFORMED IN THREE CAMPAIGNS.
Toronto E.L. Ruddy 1901 First Edition Good Reference Copy 
156 pp + i - lviii of contemporary advertisements, 11 5/8" H - this book has been rebound in dark green buckram with the title in gold on spine and front board and the Q.O.R. insignia from the original binding affixed to the lower corner of the front board. Floral endpapers, b&w photographs, drawings. Contents: The First Upper Canada Militia; The Upper Canada Militia of 1812; The Militia of the Rebellion of 1837; The Volunteer Rifle Companies of "Fifty-Six"; Organized as a Battalion; The Fenian Excitement; The Baptism of Blood at Ridgeway; A Period of Peace and Progress; The North-West Rebellion - With Otter to Battleford; Fighting Poundmaker at Cut Knife Hill; Fifteen Years of Regimental Work and Development; Queen's Own Men in Khaki; Under the Admiring Gaze of Royalty; An Honourable Record on the Rifle Range; Record of Officers' Services. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown; waviness to fore-edge of text block; page leaf 133/134 has old tape in gutter, has fold marks across page and small area of surface paper loss on page 134 effecting three lines of text - missing piece is attached to tape; light water staining and waviness at top corner of advertising pages - heavier towards end of book; water marks and staining at top corner of most pages - heavier on approx. first 30 pages and progressively less towards end of text pages; light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine; some light edge wear. Good reference copy only. 
Price: 75.00 USD
 
 
15 Chappell, Mike. Editor: Martin Windrow. THE CANADIAN ARMY AT WAR. OSPREY MEN-AT-ARMS SERIES 164.
Osprey, London, (1988), reprint. 
48 pp, 9 3/4" H, soft cover. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, 8 pages of color uniform studies. Contents: Introduction; Canada and her Army; 1900-14: The Growing Commitment; 1914-18: Attrition; 1939-45: The Global War; 1950-53: United Nations Involvement. Interior - light browning to margins of pages and inside of covers, light cigarette odor. Exterior - light browning to covers and to edges of textblock, slight soiling on bottom of textblock, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. VG- 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
DON TROIANI'S REGIMENTS & UNIFORMS OF THE CIVIL WAR., Coates, Earl J.; McAfee, Michael J.; Troiani, Don.  Introduction by Leslie D. Jensen.
16 Coates, Earl J.; McAfee, Michael J.; Troiani, Don. Introduction by Leslie D. Jensen. DON TROIANI'S REGIMENTS & UNIFORMS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
Mechanicsburg, PA Stackpole 2002 081170520X / 9780811705202 First Edition Very Good Very Good Don Troiani. 
267 pp, 4to (12 1/8" H). "In addition to 130 paintings of battle scenes and individual figures, the book also includes more than 250 full-color photographs of the uniforms the soldiers wore and the accoutrements they carried. Many of the artifacts are taken from Troiani's extensive personal collection. Supporting the illustrations is text by two of the leading experts on military artifacts. Taken together, it makes for one of the most comprehensive books on Civil War uniforms ever undertaken." Previous owner's place, date and signature on free front endpaper; book slightly cocked. Dust jacket has areas of very light edge wear/wrinkling, one tiny edge tear, very light rubbing. 
Price: 55.00 USD
 
 
WELCOME TO FLANDERS FIELDS.  THE FIRST CANADIAN BATTLE OF THE GREAT WAR:  YPRES, 1915., Dancocks, Daniel G.
17 Dancocks, Daniel G. WELCOME TO FLANDERS FIELDS. THE FIRST CANADIAN BATTLE OF THE GREAT WAR: YPRES, 1915.
Toronto Douglas Gibson/McClelland and Stewart 1988 0771025459 / 9780771025457 First Edition Very Good- Very Good 
292 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). Map endpapers, b&w photographs. "The second battle of Ypres provided the First Canadian Division with its baptism of fire, and it could not have been worse. They were holding a salient, jutting out so that they were targets from three sides. The Germans, for the first time ever, used chlorine gas, which turned the Canadians' bayonets green and destroyed their lungs. Then they discovered that in combat conditions their Ross rifles jammed, as the waves of Germans hit their trenches. At the end John McCrae looked across the battleground where so many hundreds of his countrymen had fallen, and wrote 'In Flanders Fields'. Back in Canada, the war began in earnest the day the casualty lists were posted. " Small notation, place, date and initials in ink on half-title page; light wrinkling at bottom of spine; small bump at bottom corner of boards; slight waviness to edges of text block. Dust jacket has light wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, minor rubbing, faint line indentation on front panel. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
CAP OF HONOUR:  THE STORY OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (THE 28th/61st FOOT) 1694-1950., Daniell, David Scott.  Material provided by Colonel R.M. Grazebrook.  Foreword by H.R.H. The Duke of Gloucester.
18 Daniell, David Scott. Material provided by Colonel R.M. Grazebrook. Foreword by H.R.H. The Duke of Gloucester. CAP OF HONOUR: THE STORY OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (THE 28th/61st FOOT) 1694-1950.
George G. Harrap, London, 1951, first edition. 
344 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H), hard cover (black cloth with gold lettering on spine, gold badge on front board) - no dust jacket. B&w photographs, drawings, reproductions, maps. Light browning to pages, small stain in gutter of pages 254 to 271, brownin g and light staining to edges of text block, light to moderate edge wear on boards, light fading to spine color, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor bump at corners. Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE CANADIAN ARMY 1855-1965.  LINEAGES - REGIMENTAL HISTORIES., Dornbusch, C.E., compiler.
19 Dornbusch, C.E., compiler. THE CANADIAN ARMY 1855-1965. LINEAGES - REGIMENTAL HISTORIES.
Corwallville, New York Hope Farm Press, Cornwallville 1966 First Edition Good+ 
179 pp, 10 3/4" H. "(O)utlines the histories of the Canadian Regiments in the dates of organization, change of designation, amalgamation, disbanding and conversion. The Regiments of The Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, Cavalry and The Royal Canadian Armoured Corps are included in the Guide. Regiments of the Royal Regiments of Canadian Artillery are included in the Guide only when they were organized as Infantry Regiments and later converted to artillery. The arrangement of the Guide is alphabetical by the designation of the Regiment. The Guide for a Regiment is followed by a listing of its regimental histories, a term that has been used in its widest sense. The bibliography includes not only publications about a Regiment but also the Regiment's publications. The compiler has thus included manuals and periodicals. Three bibliographical sections and indexes close this publication. 'Formations' is a bibliography of the Canadian First division and publications concerned with a Command area and more than one Regiment. 'World War I' and 'World War II' are bibliographies of the units organized for these wars." Interior - soft bump at top/bottom corner of text block - small crease at top corner of approx. first 20 pages, soft crease at fore-edge of pages 9 to 12. Exterior - light browning to edges of text block, edges of covers and on spine; soft corner creases on covers; soft crease down front cover near spine - migrates into first few pages; tiny light stains on bottom of text block; small light soiling mark at top edge of front cover. 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
JOHN PRINCE:  A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS., Douglas, R. Alan, edited and with introduction by.  Foreword by William G. Davis.
20 Douglas, R. Alan, edited and with introduction by. Foreword by William G. Davis. JOHN PRINCE: A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS.
Toronto The Champlain Society 1980 Limited Edition Very Good+ 
229 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H) - red cloth with gilt lettering/crest on spine. No. 844 of Twelve Hundred and Fifty Copies of this Volume prnted for the Champlain Society. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "John Prince was undoubtedly one of the most colourful individuals to reside in Upper Canada during the half century that preceded Confederation. (The mythology that had grown up around his memory in southwestern Ontario identified him as the product of an illegal marriage between George IV and Maria Anne Fitzherbert.) His eventful career as an attorney, politician, soldier, entrepreneur, and jurist caused him to become a legend in his own lifetime both in Essex County, where he resided at Sandwich from his arrival in 1833 until 1860, and in Sault Ste Marie where he spent the last ten years of his life as Judge of the Algoma District. In the legislature his independence and erratic individualism soon earned him the reputation of a political maverick. Business interests and entrepreneurial instincts attracted him to railway and banking ventures as early as the 1830s. Individualist and eccentric though he was, John Prince was still very much a man of his age." Minor wear at corners. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
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