THE IRISHMAN IN CANADA.

By: Davin, Nicholas Flood.

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692 pp + (4) pp publisher's advertisement, 8 3/4" H. Green cloth with gilt & black lettering & decoration on spine and front board, blind stamped decoration on rear board - bevelled boards. Chapter headings: Motive of the "Irishman in Canada"; Antecedents of the Irishman in Canada; Antecedents - Continued - Irishmen in the New World and Australia; Laying the Foundation of Canada; ditto - Continued; The War of 1812-14; Irish Immigration from 1815 to 1837; ditto - Continued; The Rise of Responsible Government in Canada; ditto - Continued; ditto - Continued; ditto - Continued; The Canadian Constitution; Progress of Canada; The Irishman as a Religious and Educational Force; Canadian History from 1856 to 1877. New endpapers, lacking the half title page. Very light browning to pages - mainly in the margins, soiling on last page and tear/small missing piece in gutter, several large areas of foxing and some small stain on contents pages, a few index pages with some small areas of foxing - also on pages 656/657, last page gathering is slightly loose at top but is holding in binding, moderate edge wear to boards - more at bottom front corner and bottom edges, wrinkling and wear at top/bottom of spine, some staining/soiling and rub marks on front board, browning to edges of text block. Protected in a stiff mylar sleeve.

Title: THE IRISHMAN IN CANADA.

Author Name: Davin, Nicholas Flood.

Categories: History and Travel, Military - American Revolution/War 1812, Canada - Ontario, Canada - Maritime Provinces, Canada - Biography, Canada - Quebec,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London / Toronto, Samson Low, Marston / Maclear: 1877

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good-

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 30591

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