By Marie Tremaine
Marie Tremaine's bibliography used to be initially released by way of college of Toronto press in 1952 and has been defined as 'the cornerstone of bibliography and e-book heritage studeis in Canada.' This complement corrects the unique books and provides significantly to its contents. as well as verifying as a lot of Tremaine's unique library destinations as attainable, and picking out extra copies of the goods, the authors have additional the numerous new entries that experience come to mild within the final forty-five years
The new paintings is an analytical bibliography of formerly unrecorded eighteenth-century Canadian imprints and a resource for the learn of early print tradition within the Maritimes, Quebec, and Ontario. The definition of imprint has been prolonged to surround all items of the clicking, from books and legitimate records to task printing equivalent to handbills, advertisement notices, licences, and land supplies. The paintings encompasses a transcription of the accountsof greater than thirty years of publication and task printing from the Brown Neilson place of work in Quebec urban, the main huge selection of enterprise files left through an early Canadian print shop.
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Type-page: 30 X 17 cm. Printed at Quebec by Brown & Gilmore, 1764, as recorded below. This is probably a reprint, with addition of the Gazette heading, from the types of the edition of Sept. 29.  verso, blank. Two editions (and a reprint) in English, and three editions (and a reprint) in French (in all, 950 copies) were printed by Brown & Gilmore at Quebec, as their bill to the government, Nov. 20, 1765, records: "1764, Sept. 24. 10. 10. Sept. 25. 18 Sept. 29. 10. 10. Oct. 4. ] 16—16/8. , "S" Pub.
16. NOVA SCOTIA. GOVERNOR, 1756-1761 (Lawrence) [Province of Nova Scotia. By His Excellency Charles Lawrence Esq; . . A Proclamation
Copy located: None. 46. QUEBEC, Province. LAWS, STATUTES, et. [double rule] / AN / ORDINANCE, / For regulating and establishing the CURRENCY of the / PROVINCE. / By His Excellency JAMES M URRAY, Esq; Captain-General and Go-/vernor in Chief, in and over the Province of QUEBEC, . . / . . / . . / . . In / Council, this 14th Day of September . . / . . 1764. / fo. p. 8 cm. Printed at Quebec, by Brown & Gilmore, as recorded in their bill to government dated Nov. 20, 1765: 22 Canadian Imprints 1751-1800 [/7