J. George Hodgins, LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, Deputy Minister of Education for Ontario [nineteenth-century Canadian schools]
Toronto: Copp, Clark & Co., 47 Front Street East. 1878.
Full title: 'The Revised School Law, Part II. Official Regulations and nearly two hundred Decisions of the Supreme Courts, relating to school matters affecting Township, County, City, Town and Incorporated Village Municipal Councils; School Section Boundaries; City, Town and Village Public School Boards; Arbitrations and Awards; Public School Inspectors; Boards of Examiners; Also, the Acts relating to Roman Catholic, Protestant and Coloured Separate Schools. With a copious analytical Index to Parts I. and II.' viii + 171pp. (paginated 111-281).
J. George Hodgins, LL.D., Deputy Minister [Ontario Educational Exhibit, International Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876]
Toronto: Printed by Hunter, Rose & Co., 25 Wellington St West. 1877.
vii +  + 306pp., 8vo. With sixteen plates (of engraved illustrations and plans) and fold-out frontispiece as called for. In grey printed wraps. Shelfmark and labels of the Board of Education Reference Library, London.
Rev. Vincent Clementi, B.A., incumbent of North Douro, Ontario, Canada
Peterborough [Ontario]: Printed by Robert Romaine, Market Block. 1872.
15pp., 12mo. Stitched. In original mustard printed wraps. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper, in worn wraps with closed tear at spine. Attractive red and white label of the Education Department Reference Library laid down on blank back cover, and shelfmark and label at head of title-page. On title-page: 'The proceeds of the sale of this Sermon will be added to the fund now being raised for the purpose of erecting a new Chapel.' The only copy on COPAC at the British Library, and five other copies in Canada on OCLC WorldCat.
Cobourg: Printed at the Office of the 'Cobourg Star', 1845.
Pamphlet, 31pp., 12mo,blank paper wraps (as issued?), foxed throughout, minor dammage, mainly fair condition, ex lib small label on front, label of "Education Department. Reference Library' on back. Copies listed on COPAC/WorldCat include three in Canada and one at the BL.
Adam Crooks, Minister of Education, Education Department, Ontario, Canada.
Toronto: Printed by Hunter, Rose & Company. 1876.
8vo, 23 pp. In original yellow printed wraps. Text clear and complete. Fair, on aged paper; wraps worn and with slight loss to a couple of corners. Red label on rear cover: 'Education Department. Reference Department.' Library stamp and shelf marks on front cover and title page. Signed in type at end: 'ADAM CROOKS, | Minister of Education.