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Canadian Military Institute: Officers of the British Forces in Canada during the War of 1812-1815
(Welland Tribune Print, 1908)
There is a note in the front cover written to Mary from B. Johnston on April 22, 1942. He refers to page 73 of the book in which William Woodruff is listed as a Lieutenant and Richard Woodruff is listed as an Ensign in ...
Commemorative Ten Pound Notes Issued by the States of Guernsey
Two ten pound notes were sent from John E. Martin (Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief) of Guersey to the Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the Dominion of Canada, Jules Leger. In the letter, Martin requests ...
Clipping - "Sir Isaac Brock: Civilian and Soldier
(The St. Catharines Standard, 1969., 1969-10-03)
A speech given by Dr. James A. Gibson a few days before the 200th anniversary of the birth of Sir Isaac Brock. The speech discusses Brock's early life and military career.
District general orders of Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock from June 27th, 1812-Oct. 16th, 1812 [and] instructions sent to officers commanding forts / by Maj.-Gen. Brock shortly before the attack on Queenston. --
"Certain of these orders ... have been printed in Col. E. Cruikshank's Documentary history of Niagara." Created on behalf of the Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto
Short summary of the life of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K.B. /
(Guernsey: Clarke, Printer., 1912)
On leaf preceding t. p.: Who was Isaac Brock?
Brock, the hero of Upper Canada /
(Toronto : Morang., 1912)
A study of disaffection in Upper Canada in 1812-5
(Ottawa : Printed for the Royal Society of Canada, 1912)
Inscribed on verso of front cover: H.R. Morgan Esq. with compts of E.A. Cruikshank.
Budding sprays and sketch of the life of General Sir Isaac Brock (1912)
A sketch of the life of General Sir Isaac Brock.