FEBRUARY 2020  - 40 items offered... 
Duncan McLaren
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       9 COLLECTIONS   
     10 BOOKS
     11 MANUSCRIPTS
       1 PHOTO 
       1 PRINT 
       8 EPHEMERA  
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9 COLLECTIONS...
 
 

BRUCE, Alexander Duncan (1868-1956)

The collection includes 21 items, specifically, two holograph Ontario diaries by Alexander D. Bruce, one 61 page diary (March 1884-April 15, 1885) one 64 page diary (Apr. 10, 1886, to Apr. 23, 1887, three holograph letters and 4 Cheese Factory related documents, Crofting Agreement dated Markham, 23 April 1844 plus 9 original photos of family members and one large photo copy of 15 other family members. These Bruce family members were very successful Scottish emigrants in 1842 to Upper Canada (Markham area) in business, farming, milling (Carrick Mills renamed later to Bruce's Mill). They were all very active politically as evidenced by the content, authors and other people referred to. Absolutely fascinating first hand political perspective from a local, to national perspective... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 3,750 USD OR $ 4,930 CDN  #7877


CARY, Arthur Joyce Lunel (1888-1957)

Joyce Cary was an Anglo-Irish novelist and artist with a place in three literatures (English, Irish, Nigerian) His most well-known book was The Horse's Mouth. He developed a trilogy form in which each volume is narrated by one of three protagonists. Cary is often identified with Modernism. "Mr. Cary...has actuality like Defoe, humor and energy like Dickens, hand-made prose and improvisation like both these great writers." - The New York Times

The collection includes 22 items dating from 1936 to 1962, specifically 1 ALS, 8 lobby film cards, and 13 books.... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 1,400 USD OR $ 1,815 CDN  #8138

 
PINSKY, Robert (1940-)

Robert Pinsky is an American poet, essayist, literary critic, translator, and academic. From 1997 to 2000, he served as Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress. Pinsky is the author of nineteen books, most of which are collections of his poetry. His published work also includes critically acclaimed translations, Dante Alighieri's Inferno and The Separate Notebooks by Czesław Miłosz.

The collection is comprised of 19 items dating from 1968 to 2017, specifically, 1 typescript, 6 books, 1 letter, 8 photos, 1 small broadside and 2 e-mail exchanges.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,400 USD OR $ 1,825 CDN  #8142

KENEALLY, Thomas Michael (b. 1935)
 

Thomas Keneally is a prolific Australian novelist, playwright and author. He won the Booker Prize in 1982 with Schindler's Ark, later made into the Steven Spielberg Academy Award-winning film Schindler's List. 

The collection contains 18 items dating from 1972 to 1993, specifically, 5 letters, 3 cards, 2 commemorative envelopes, and 8 books... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,500 USD OR $ 1,970 CDN  #8146

 
WARNER, Charles Dudley (1829-1900)

Charles Dudley Warner was an American essayist, novelist, lawyer. After the Clemens family moved to Hartford in 1871, Warner and Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) became friends, and collaborated on The Gilded Age (1873-74). It is for his share in this book, the first novel by either writer, that Warner is now best remembered. Warner was assistant editor (1860) and editor (1861-7) of The Hartford Press, and after The Press was merged into The Hartford Courant, was co-editor with Joseph R. Hawley; in 1884 he joined the editorial staff of Harper's Magazine, for which he conducted "The Editor's Drawer" until 1892, when he took charge of "The Editor's Study." He died in Hartford on the 20th of October 1900.

The collection consists of 15 items in total dating from 1863 to 1894, specifically, 10 letters, 4 signatures on cards or paper, and 1 book.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 2,100 USD OR $ 2,755 CDN  #8145


TAYLOR, Bert Leston [1866-1921]

Taylor, Bert Leston was a journalist, doggerel poet, and humorist. At the height of his literary career, he was a central literary figure of the early 20th century Chicago renaissance as well as one of the most celebrated columnists in the United States.

William Bliss Carman (poet, essayist, journalist). As an integral member of the Confederation School of Canadian poetry, Carman's work helped to shape a poetic voice in Canada. He is best remembered as a lyrical poet of the Maritime landscape.

Bert Leston Taylor collection relating to Bliss Carman with contents dating from 1902 to 1924 and containing 11 items; 1 Autograph Manuscript Signed; 5 Books (one with inscribed, signed post card photo and 2 ephemera laid in); 1 Ephemera, 1 Autographed Letter Signed by Carman and 1 Typed Carbon Letter Signed....  Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,250 USD OR $ 1,640 CDN  #7527

ATHERTON, Gertrude Franklin Horn [1857-1948]

Gertrude Atherton was a prominent and prolific American author. In addition to novels, she wrote short stories, essays, and articles for magazines and newspapers on such issues as feminism, politics, and war. Atherton was an early feminist well acquainted with the plight of women. She was strong-willed, independent-minded, and sometimes controversial. Charlotte S. McClure in a Dictionary of Literary Biography essay said that Atherton "redefined women's potential and presented a psychological drama of a woman's quest for identity and for a life purpose and happiness within and beyond her procreative function"... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,300 USD OR $ 1,725 CDN  #7694

WALLACE, N. C. (Nathaniel Clarke) [1844-1901] & WALLACE, T. G. (Thomas George) [1879-1921]

A 28 piece collection of ephemera spanning two generations of a well to do family headed by first Nathaniel Clarke Wallace (1844-1901) [8 items] and his son, T. G. (Thomas George) Wallace (1879-1921) 20 items].

The family was based in Woodbridge, Ontario however were located in Ottawa given each of these two men were both Members of Parliament. These pieces of ephemera include Government, Social and Formal Dinner  invitations and even a law act where N.C. Wallace was deeply involved.
Most interesting insight into a lifestyle of two related families from 1871 to 1921... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 150 USD OR $ 195 CDN  #7507

 
CABLE, George Washington [1844-1925]

George Washington Cable was an American novelist and reformer being notable for the realism of his portrayals of Creole life in his native New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been called "the most important southern artist working in the late 19th century," as well as the "first modern southern writer," for his revolutionary treatment of important social issues, particularly racism and classism.

This collection contains 11 items from 1879 to 1910 specifically 6 Autographed Letters Signed (ALS) ; 3 Notes signed and 2 Books each with signed paper affixed....  Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 1,250 USD OR $ 1,640 CDN  #7701
10 BOOKS ...

RAE, John (1813-1893)

AFFIXED JOHN RAE SIGNATURE ON FRONT END PAPER  

First edition. 1850. London: T. & W. Boone. First edition. viii, 247, [1] pp. John Rae signature affixed on front end paper. Original green pebbled cloth, stamped in blind and gilt, with a nick on the upper board and a few nicks along the spine. Tiny dark blemish on lower board near spine. Slight smudging to bottom edge of text block. Very good otherwise. Lacking the two folding maps and publisher's catalogue at the rear. Plain clean endpapers. The appendix at the end of the book includes information on Arctic flora and fauna, magnetic observations, and other meteorological data... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,500 USD OR $ 1,970 CDN  #8143


BOYD, John Anderson  (1864-1933)


1st Edition. xxi, 439 pp, Dark blue cloth with gilt coat-of-arms on front board and gilt lettering to spine. Tissue protected B&W frontis, author's preface, list of B&W illustrations 20 plate illustrations (inc. 6 folding autograph document or letters facsimiles), 21 chapters plus epilogue, appendices and index. The Cartier family": p. 413-417. Corner lightly rubbed and one corner bumped, otherwise, near fine condition.
In commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of Sir George Etienne Cartier's birth... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 60 USD OR $ 75 CDN  #8137

[BUDDEN, (Maria Elizabeth) 1780? - 1832] 

First UK edition. 2 of 3 volumes. 3-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches. xii, 187, [5]; [4], 224; 4pp. of publisher's adverts. at end of vol.1
Original quarter red leather with marble paper covered boards. A little edge worn and rubbed but a good copy with title and 2s6d on the spine. No end paper and frontispiece in vol. 1.
By the author of "Always Happy etc"... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 40 USD OR $ 50 CDN  #1328


 TPL & BAIN, James (1842-1908) (signed)
 

[1889]. Toronto, James Murray
First edition. 5-3/4 x 8-1/2 inches. xxvii,(1),[1]-381p. Original brown leather top spine end missing 1/8 inch, and  gilt type. Brown cloth boards. Corners worn and front board starting.  Ex library stamp and mark on title page,  library pocket on inside back cover.
Overall condition good.
Contents include a section "Supplement, no. 1- " Published: 1891- Canada and Newfoundland: p. [267]-321.
Signature  - James Bain compliments of ( Chief Librarian) as well as another signature with date 1889... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 25 USD OR $ 30 CDN  #1266

CALKIN,  J. B. (John Burgess) (1829-1918)

1869. Halifax, A. & W. Mackinlay
Later edition. iii-110pp. Light green printed paper covered on both front and back boards with markings or solid spots overall. Purple cloth spine and long ago rebacked. 1869 date on cover printed paper board. 1864 printed on title page of inside pages. Endpaper with previous owner's name and 1872 date, with marks overall on both sets of endpapers. Remainder of insides in very good condition. No map [Mackinlay's map of the province of Nova Scotia, including the Island of Cape Breton / compiled from actual & recent surveys, 1865] but not in all editions
Good condition... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 30 USD OR $ 40 CDN  #0900

MAURICE, Major General Sir Frederick (edited by)

1927. Boston,  Little, Brown and Co.
First edition. 6 x 8-3/4 inches., xxix, (3) [3]-287pp., Dark blue cloth covers with gilt type on spine and cover as well as an embossed seal on front cover. index; b/w photos, portraits, maps; 2 fold-out maps. No dust jacket. Near fine condition. Previous owner bookplate for Sumner Simpson affixed to front end paper.  Near fine condition. A very nice copy!... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 50 USD OR $ 65 CDN  #0369

MOORE, Edward A.

1910. Lynchburg, J. P. Bell Company
green cloth with some very minor rubbing at top of spine and corner edges  b/w plates (no dust jacket). A very nice copy, inside are clean, no foxing. Pages untrimmed.

Bookplate of previous owner on at front and back (with a return to sticker) and gift inscription from M. McAllister to McAllister 1911. Strong McAllister family history here!... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 50 USD OR $ 65 CDN  #0413

WOOD, William Charles Henry [1864 - 1947]

1911. Ottawa, The Mortimer Company
First edition. 10-1/4 x 8 inches, 2 vols. Original paper wraps. Beige card covers with black titles. Spine and covers worn and tears (1" and 3") on bottom of spines. Paper cover considered good- condition.
Vol 1: Gift inscription in French on half-title written by Arthur Doughty, [16],[1]-p.166, 14 colour plates. , .  Vol 2: Gift inscription in French on half-title written by Arthur Doughty, [4], p.167-p.388, [2 appendix]. 22 colour plates... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 100 USD OR $ 130 CDN  #1335

LIZARS, R. (Robina Alison) (1850-1918) & LIZARS, K.M. (Kathleen MacFarlane) (1863-1931)

1897. Toronto, William Briggs
First edition. 5 x 7-1/4 inches.  369pp.(2),(4 ads), map.
Original maroon cloth with bright gold type on spine and front. Map of Ontario and Quebec at end of book. Spine ends and corners bumped. Agetoned paper, otherwise, a very good condition, a nice copy.... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 35 USD OR $ 45 CDN  #0738

GOODSPEED, Charles Eliot (1867-1950)

1903. Boston, Goodspeed's Book Shop
First edition. 5-7/8 x 9-1/8 inches. 16pp. self cover, stapled. Compliments of ???? hand-written on top left corner. Very early and thus quite scarce Autographs catalogue, #16, June 1903,  published by Goodspeed's Book Shop in Boston. Content is 11 pages of 394 autographed items, 6 books ads on 4 pages and the back cover promoting the benefits of collecting along with the many subjects he has sold to collectors...  Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 245 USD OR $ 320 CDN  #8147
11 MANUSCRIPTS
BRASSEY, Thomas, 1st Earl Brassey (1836-1918)

6 autograph letters signed, dating from 1882 to 1900, and a card, all to Mary Birkett, a long time family friend.
Mentions of travel, his wife Annie, and one addressed 'at sea'.
Thomas Brassey, 1st Earl Brassey was a British politician, Governor of Victoria (Australia), with his wife Annie, adventurer on the Sunbeam. Brassey was the eldest son of his namesake Thomas Brassey, railway contractor.
... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 175 USD OR $ 230 CDN  #8158

JERVIS, John, 1st Earl of St Vincent (1735-1823)

MOST INTERESTING ST. VINCENT LETTER REGARDING DUCKWORTH

Autograph letter signed. One page, 6-1/2 x 8-5/8 inches. Undated but after 1797 and probably circa 1811. [Deans Yard, Monday]. Signed St. Vincent. To an unnamed correspondent, concerning [evidently] the son of Sir John Thomas Duckworth, 1st Baronet (1748-1817) who was an officer of the Royal Navy. The son, likely Lieutenant Colonel George Henry Duckworth, had some confrontation, which St. Vincent wishes to explain. Plus an old engraving of John Jarvis... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 400 USD OR $ 525 CDN  #8157


SOMERSET, Field Marshal FitzRoy James Henry, 1st Baron Raglan [1788-1855]

Autograph letter signed, 3 pages 4-3/8 x 7 inches, dated Horse Guards, Oct[ober] 11, 1841 to Sir James Graham, British statesman and, in 1841, Secretary of the Home Department. Last page docketing information. Some paper agetoning and spotting otherwise, very good condition.

A letter relating recommendation by Sir James Willoughby Gordon who was then Quartermaster-General to the Forces, making arrangements for the conveyance of a detachment of Troops to the Coast of Sutherland if required... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 350 USD OR $ 460 CDN  #8156

BULLER, Charles (1806-1848)

2 page letter and B&W engraving of Buller.  Two page autograph letter signed letter, 4-1/4 x 6-7/8 inches
No date, Boulogne, Sunday. No year.
'My dear Morel, I am very sorry that being recalled to my official duties meant that suddenly I have not time to call on you... I greatly regret this but I think it very possible that I may visit Paris before very long when I will certainly go to see you...'
Yours truly, Charles Buller
Almost certainly to the French musician, Auguste Morel... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 125 USD OR $ 160 CDN  #8155

WELLESLEY, Field Marshal Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington [ 1769-1852]

Autograph letter signed. Three pages, 4-1/2 x 7-1/4. Dated London 29th August 1827 written to the Duke of Rutland. Written when Commander in Chief of the British army, regretting that his commitments to matters in Portugal and official visits prevent him from going to Belvoir Castle to see him.

Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769 -1852) British soldier, statesman. Twice Prime Minister of Great Britain. Army General... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 250 USD OR $ 325 CDN  #8152

WELLESLEY, Field Marshal Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington [1769-1852]
 

Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington  Autograph letter (unsigned). Two pages. 8vo. Dated Walmer Castle August 17, 1852. About a month after this letter was written, Wellington died on 14 September 1852, aged 83 at Walmer Castle.
 The 2pp. letter, 9 x 7 inches flat had been folded to 3 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches,  (written by Wellington in the third person)... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 135 USD OR $ 175 CDN  #4455

 HUTCHINSON, W.

Buffalo Lake Trading Co. (General Merchants Letterhead). Lamerton, Alberta, 8 feb. 1901, signed by W. Hutchison, p. m. to John Angus Fraser, Indian Head, N.W.T. Good condition.
In relation to the estate of Angus Fraser, who had died recently and his will left everything to Batisse Anasse, a French half-breed. Angus Fraser lived 16 miles from Lamerton, Alberta, a boom town from 1902 to 1912.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 95 USD OR $ 125 CDN  #8118

4 beer producers - brewers

8 x 10 inches. 1 page. Empress Hotel Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel letterhead. Letter dated June 29th 1922.  Early collusion in British Columbia (Victoria) for determination of price of beer. In 1920, the government of British Columbia had voted for the legal sale of alcohol, despite the prohibition movement in Eastern Canada. Signed by 4 beer producers - brewers... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 175 USD OR $ 230 CDN  #8117

 STEWART, Charles James (1775-1837)

Charles James Stewart Autograph Letter Signed (ALS), Orton near Peterborough, England, 6 Nov. 1816. Acknowledging donation of money for the building of churches in Canada. Post Scriptum stating that he does not leave for America until June. Quarto, 1 page. Very worn at folds, several holes, but with no loss of text, fair condition.. Envelope cover on reverse and wax seal.

 In August 1815, Charles James Stewart, freed from his duties by the ordination and appointment as curate to Saint-Armand of James Reid, a local schoolmaster, Stewart returned to Britain on a visit. He expended much time and effort in raising, with Mountain's authorization, a fund of £2,500 for the building of churches in the Canadas... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 265 USD OR $ 350 CDN  #8116

COLPOYS, Vice Admiral Sir Edward Griffith (c1765-1832)

Small quarto, 4 pages. Obliteration stamp, wax seal. Autograph Letter Signed (ALS), Halifax, November 6th, 1820 to Frederick Turner in London, England.  
Related to his son-in-law, Captain Charles C. (Christopher) Johnson, son of Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet,  incapacity to pay the annuity settled on his marriage in January 1818 with Colpoys's  daughter Susan Colpoys (d. 1875)  and the legal means possible for Colpoys to get the money paid once he goes back to Canada..... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 195 USD OR $ 250 CDN  #8111

BARTLET, Thomas

Autograph Letter Signed (ALS), 2 pages. Hole near the ancient red seal. Bare Need, Newfoundland, May, 8th, 1823 to Oliver St. John, Justice of Peace, Harbour Grace, Surrogate Court.

On the valuation of a boat owned by Mr. Hall for a Court judgment... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 95 USD OR $ 120 CDN  #8110
1 PHOTO
CARTIER, Sir George-Étienne, 1st Baronet, [1814-1873]

SCARCE CDV OF SIR GEORGE-ETIENNE CARTIER

2-1/2 x 4-1/8 inches Carte de Visite (CDV) Oval photo of Cartier.
Printed on front - Sir Geo. Etienne Cartier, Baronet, Mort a Londres le 20 Mai 1873
Printed on reverse - L.E. Desmarais - Photographe. Carre Chamboillez, 11, Montreal.
Crease top left corner, pin hole bottom left side, stain top right side otherwise, very good condition... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 275 USD OR $ 350 CDN  #8136
1 PRINT
American Bank Note Co.

Finely engraved mounted lithograph print of Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. Canada, Smelter and Refinery at Trail, BC, American Bank Note Co.
Size - Card: 7-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches
Size - Paper: 5-7/8 x 4 inches
Size - Image: 4-1/2  2-1/2 inches
On reverse a stamped circle with American Bank Note Co. Toronto May 9 1906.
Very good condition... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 100 USD OR $ 130 CDN  #8149
8 EPHEMERA

The London Chronicle Newspaper

1767. London, The London Chronicle

Newspaper dated April 23 & 25, 1767.
8 1/2 by 11 inches - 8 page issue.
Ink is dark and light on spots with some smudging, otherwise in good condition.
An interesting letter printed from John Mitchell presenting a number of negative points about what else - taxes, in this case animals.
For the beginning of an article which takes just over a full column, beginning: "As the author of a pamphlet entitled 'The Present State of Great Britain & North America, etc...   Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 95 USD OR $ 125 CDN       #0708     


HUNT, James Henry Leigh (1784-1859)

No date, no place, Leigh Hunt, clipped signature, 1-1/2 inches.
Leigh Hunt was an English critic, essayist and poet. Hunt co-founded The Examiner, a leading intellectual journal expounding radical principles. He was the centre of the Hampstead-based group that included William Hazlitt and Charles Lamb, known as the 'Hunt circle'... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 150 USD OR $ 195 CDN  #8154


KIPLING (Joseph) Rudyard [1865-1936]

No date, no place. Rudyard  Kipling, British adventure writer, faded clipped signature, 2-1/4 inches.
Rudyard Kipling was an English journalist, short-story writer, poet, and novelist. He was born in India, which inspired much of his work. Kipling's works of fiction include The Jungle Book, Kim, and many short stories, including "The Man Who Would Be King"... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 145 USD OR $ 190 CDN  #8153

BRUDENELL, Lieutenant-General James Thomas, 7th Earl of Cardigan (1797-1868)

Lord Cardigan was in command of the disastrous Charge of the Light Cavalry Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava in 1854.
Signature of Cardigan on 4-1/2 x 4 inches paper.
Colour print of Charge of the Light Cavalry image is 7-1/4 x 5 inches.
... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 125 USD OR $ 160 CDN  #8151

JUDAH, Thomas Storrs (1804-1895)

8 x 12-1/2 inches. 1 page with short fold paper tear not affecting text, otherwise good condition. Thomas S. Judah [Caption title]. No. 1037. King's Bench. James Green, plaintiff vs. Sylvester Scott, defdt. /.../. Montreal, 8th March, 1844. Signed by Thomas S. Judah, attorney for defdt.  Form filled in.   "The defendant is not guilty in the manner as complained of against him".

Thomas S. Judah was the second Jew admitted to the Bar of Lower and Upper Canada, one month  after Aaron Ezekiel Hart (1803-1857) was received in November 1824. He was born in Trois-Rivières, Francheville, QC.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 215 USD OR $ 280 CDN  #8115


Two legal documents, folio, 2pp. & 1p.  Caption Title] County of Essex. M. John Birdan Askell of the Town of Windsor, County of Essex, Attorney at Law. Windsor, November 24th 1877. Form filled in, signed by S.S. MacDonell, Mayor of Windsor for the purchase of different parcels of land. Together with :[Caption title]. Chancery Sale of Lands in Enniskillen and Village Lots in Petrolia.  .
Born in Toronto, Samuel Smith MacDonnell (1823-1907) was educated at Upper Canada College and King's College, University of Toronto... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 115 USD OR $ 150 CDN  #8114

SQUIRES, Sir Richard Anderson (1880-1940)
 

Typed Letter Signed (TLS), St-Johns, June 18, 1919 to Dean Saunders. Octavo, 2 pages. 2 punch holes in margin, one slightly into the last letter of the signature.

On postal developments in Newfoundland, specifically on a trans-Atlantic airpost stamp and the delivery to London, England. "On Friday a limited quantity of mail was got together from various offices for transmission to London by the Vickers-Vimy aeroplane, then ready to undertake the trans-Atlantic journey at the first favorable journey".... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 210 USD OR $ 270 CDN  #8112

STEWART, James (1765-1830) & KEMPT, General Sir James [c1765-1854]

2pp. Manuscript, size each page, 7-7/8 x 12-3/4 inches. Stitched and with faded seal.
Front page is the sworn statement of James Stewart regarding Gillam Pailer witnessing a document. Signed and dated at Nova Scotia, Halifax, Aug 12, 1823.
Page two is the confirmation of James Stewart, being subscribed to a certificate as is one of the judges in Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Confirmation by James Kempt with seal and signed by him at the top Signed at the bottom by William Hill, Provincial Secretary's Office to the Magistrates of Halifax.
James Stewart was an American-born lawyer, judge and political figure in Nova Scotia... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 385 USD OR $ 500 CDN  #8109

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