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Reverend Lloyd J. Delaney materials relating to his 1983 publication, Small but Bountiful: Rice Lake Story, Gore's Landing, Ontario

Folder 1 of 2: Materials consist of 14 photographs including St. George's Church, Gore's Landing; Richard C.P. Brown; Col. Robert Brown; Frederick William Barron; Hariette Sarah Barron; Hariette Sarah Gore (1818-1893); Thomas Sinclair Gore (1819-1854); John & Lizzie Muskrat, Hiawatha Indian Reserve; Rathburn's drive of logs on Rice Lake, 1898; Cookery and sleeping crib on Trent River, Rathburn's drive; Boat going through saw logs on Trent River; "White House" Rice Lake Hotel, Henley Sorby - Rice Lake canoeing; "Glenavy", Gore's Landing, ca. 1880; Archibald Lampman (photographic reproduction).

Folder 2 of 2: Colonel Robert Brown scrapbook (Col. Brown was a colonel of the Royal Scotch Fusiliers. Thomas Traill and J.W.D. Moodie were in his regiment). The scrapbook includes newspaper clippings pertaining to his interest in USA relations, campaigns abroad, and matters relating to colonial affairs in Upper Canada; it also includes several original paintings of noteworthy soldiers with whom Brown had come into contact. Also included is a painting of a native aboriginal woman entitled "One of the Indian Women who received His R.H. the Prince of Wales... 7th Sept. 1860."

Also included are 4 original sketches: 1. [original] Gore homestead at Gore's Landing, Ontario - a watercolour from memory by T.S. Gore Jr.; 2. "Hazelbank, Rice Lake"; 3. "Mavis Bank, Rice Lake' by J.T. Mercer (cottage); 4. "Plan of St. George's Church Yard, Rice Lake". Also, an original Christmas greeting card with sketch from Gerald & Ivy Hayward, New York, 1924; photographic reproductions of Rice Lake sketches by Charles Fothergill and an offprint of a photo of Fothergill; miscellaneous sketches and notes.

Baddeley (Lieut.)] - Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. Transactions of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. Vol. III, Part II. April 1833. [On the Magdalen Islands, Being the Substance of Four Reports by Lieutenant Baddeley, R.E.]. Montreal: Literary and Historical Society, Printed by A.D. Arnoux

First Edition. Original Wraps. Octavo (8 1/2" x 5 3/4"), pp. 97-192, [1] - Errata. With Geological Outline, and de Barres 1778 folding chart reproduced on superb thin paper watermarked 'J. Whatman 1829.' Original printed blue wraps, sewn binding, top edge only trimmed, others deckled, some pages unopened. Pages 97-127 consists of the second half of Mr. Sheppard's 'Notes on the Plants of Lower Canada,' Baddeley's 'Reports on the Magdalen Islands' are from p. 128-190, p. 191-2 contains an extract from a communication by Mr. C. Varley on 'Pigments of Canada.' Except for a small 1" tear to the paper covering the lower end of the spine and an 1/8" chip at the top, this scarce copy is in near fine, collectible condition. [1601]

Roman Catholic Church. [Officially issued by Luigi Fransoni, Archbishop of Turin]. Sanctae Apostolicae Sedis responsa circa lucrum ex mutuo Ab Anno 1822, ad Febr. 1833

Marianopolis [Montreal]: Apud E.R. Fabre, ex typis L. Perrault, 1835. (18 cm x 10.7 cm), pp. [iv], 44, original plain grey paper wraps, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers lightly soiled, chips to spine ends, 2 cm x 0.5 cm chip on rear cover fore-edge, small bit of soiling to text pages at that spot diminishing through a few leaves, chipping to the bottom outer corner of the rear cover, else very good copy of this pre-Confederation item. Text in Latin. Lande S-1984; Casey I, 1515; Gagnon 1, 3145. [2325]

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