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The study of literature : inaugural lecture delivered in the Convocation Hall, October 12th, 1889 / by W.J. Alexander
Speech at Ingersoll, Nov. 14th, 1889
Siege of the fort of St. Johns in 1775, written in French, and translated by Geo. H. Flint
Kingston and the loyalists of the Spring fleet of A.S. 1783, with reminiscenses of early days in Connecticut, a narrative, to which is appended a diary written by Sarah Frost on her voyage to St. John, N.B., with the loyalists of 1783; ed. with notes by
The story of the battle of Stony Creek (as published in the Spectator, June, 1873)
Roman Catholicism in Canada, [by] Rev. Principal MacVicar [and] Romanism in relation to education, [by] Rev. Jas. M. King; papers read at the Evangelical Alliance Conference, Montreal, October, 1888
Ayer's American Almanac 1889
Ayer's American Almanac, Canadian edition. 1889
The New York almanac 1889
Mother Seigel's almanac 1889
August flower and German syrup almanac 1889
Speech ... on Jesuits' Estates Act, delivered in the House of Commons, Ottawa, on Thursday, March 28th, 1889
Hon. J.A. Chapleau, welcomed at Montreal on his return from Europe 24th of April, 1889 : his address in reply : The political position and responsibilities of Canadians
La situation provinciale : pourquoi les électeurs doivent voter contre le gouvernement Mercier : discours de l'hon. M. Flynn prononcé à Montréal le 30 octobre 1889
Speech on Jesuits' Estates act, delivered in the House of Commons, Ottawa, on Tuesday, March 26th, 1889
Burdock Blood Bitters almanac 1889
The Rev. Egerton Ryerson, founder of the school system of Ontario, an historical retrospect on the unveiling of his statue on the Queen's Birthday, 1889
An account of the battle of Chateauguay, being a lecture delivered at Ormstown, March 8th, 1889, by W.D. Lighthall.  With some local and personal notes by W. Patterson
Lettre de M. l'abbé Le Guerne missionnaire de l'Acadie : trouvée récemment dans les archives de la curé N.-D. de Québec et publiée par Mr C.-O.  Gagnon
The Jesuits; their origin, history, aims, principles, immoral teaching, their expulsions from various lands and condemnations by Roman Catholic and Protestand authorities, with the brief of Pope Clement XIV, abolishing the Society, and a chapter on the Je

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