THE CANADIAN CONTROVERSY; its origin, nature, and merits by (ELLIOT,…

THE CANADIAN CONTROVERSY; its origin, nature, and merits

Edition: First Edition

London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1838. Octavo. pp (iv), 84 plus binder's blank front and rear. No errata slip. Library discard, rebound in old half leather and marbled boards, marbled endpapers. Bookplate inside front cover, rubber stamp at top of title page and to page 83, remains of labels at rear, rubbing to leather, with paper label on front cover; pencil owner name on front blank, old ink inscription on title page identifying the author; erased rubber stamp at lower margin of title page and to p. 84; else a good tight copy, text clean and unworn. Sabin 22246. TPL 2144. Lande 208. Gagnon I, 653. Sir Thomas was Assistant Secretary of State for the Colonies and Secretary to the Canada Commission. He gives the background to the 1837 Rebellion in Lower Canada (Quebec) and defends British policy.

Book ID: 33393
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