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Mineral resources of the Dominion of Canada, comprising the provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia, North-West Territories. Specially adapted for emigrants, capitalists, and settlers
[Circular letter.]
Proposals for an American bimetallic union. By William Brown
[Speech, delivered in the Ontario Legislature, January 27, 1882.]
The Premier's visit: Sir John addresses a tremendous and enthusiastic gathering, and explains the political situation ...
An address upon the use and abuse of alcoholic drinks
Illustrated guide, gazetteer and practical hand-book for Manitoba and the North-West, 1882, with the latest official maps and land regulations; a concise compendium of the latest facts and figures of importance to the emigrant, capitalist, prospector and
An account of the attempts to establish Fenianism in Montreal; a memoir
Tuque bleue, a Christmas snowshoe sketch
Information respecting the proposed Marine Transport Railway across the Isthmus of Chignecto. Printed by order of the Privy Council of Canada
Copyright in books, an inquiry into its origin, and an account of the present state of the law in Canada; a lecture, being one of the 'Occasional lectures' delivered before the Law school of Bishop's college at Sherbrooke, P.Q., Thursday, January, 26th, 1
Lettres de NN. SS. les archeveques de Martianapolis et de St Boniface approuvant le Memoire de l'eveque des Trois-Rivieres sur les difficultes religieuses au Canada, 1882
[Circular letter addressed to the parishioners of S. George's Church]
Grand Trunk & Great Western railways of Canada : the proposed amalgamation
The cost, feasibility and advantage of ship railway across the Isthmus of Chignecto
Canada as a home
Canadian politics, 1882
The secretary of the Royal Society of Canada, a literary fraud. By Nicholas Flood Davin
Album verses and other poems. Printed for circulation among friends
The Boundary award; further reply to Sir Francis Hincks

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