A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE SETTLEMENT OF UPPER CANADA
Belleville, Ontario: Mika, no date (1972). Facsimile reprint of the Cleveland, 1841, edition Octavo, green cloth. pp 292. The origial title page continues: "by the U.E. Loyalists and Scotch Highlanders, in 1783: And of the Grievances Which Compelled the Canadas to Have Recourse to Arms in Defence of Their Rights and Liberties, in 1837 and 1838: Together with a brief sketch of the campaigns of 1813, '13, '14: with an account of the military excursions, burnings, and sacking of towns and villages, by the British, in the upper and lower Provinces, during the commotion of 1837 and '38." M'Leod was a journalist who became a leader on the reformers side in the Upper Canada Rebellion. Mika published a second edition in 1977 which added an introduction by William F.E. Morley. Publisher's spine imprint flaked, faintly readable, else fine.
Condition: Binding: Hardcover