[ Pamphlet; Canada 1887 ] From Britain to British Columbia; or, Canada as a Domain for British Farmers, Sportsmen, and Tourists

J.P. Sheldon
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No imprint or Colophon [London, 1887?].

76pp., 8vo, with folding map, illustrations throughout, printed illustrated wraps, staples rusted (staining immediate area), front wrap detached, little nicks in initial pages, spine sl. damaged. Very scarce apparently. None currently on the market. Information on WorldCat too confusing but there appear to be copies in Cambridge, Maynooth and Erfurt/Gotha, but other libraries (inc. all Canadian except perhaps the National Library in Ottawa?) having only microform (WorldCat). COPAC lists no copies.

[Embargo Act of 1807?;] Substantial copy letter, John Holmes, lawyer & politician in Maine/Massachusetts, to William Sabatier, merchant, about land in Maine/MA. Annotated & Copied by Sabatier,and forwarded to Thomas Hutchinson, Jr (see notes below)

William Sabatier, "office holder, merchant, jp, and lobbyist (Canadian DNB) [John Holmes, US Senator, etc. (Wikipedia)]
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[Holmes letter] Alfred, Mass., 24 March 1809; [Wm Sabatier note], 5 May 1809.

Four-pages bifolium, fold marks, good condition. Holmes letter copied by Sabatier to Hutchinson, and with substantial added material also by Sabatier, 2pp., folio; Sabatier added the note to Hutchinson, p.3, "A cross grained business has happened in the appointment which will occasion a temporary delay; Hutchinson's address appears on page four with a note (presumably in Hutchinson's hand), "Willm Sabatier Esq.

Northern Territory Land Orders. Ballot for Order of Choice, held at Adelaide, on the 10th & 11th May, 1870. Reprinted and forwarded by the Agent-General for the information of Land Order Holders in England.

Australian Northern Territory Land Orders, 1870 ballot
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[London: Agent General's Office? 1870.]

3 pp, in a bifolium. Leaf dimensions 33.5 x 21 cm. Clear and complete. In fair condition, on lightly-aged paper. Each page divided into four columns of small type, each column headed 'LONDON REGISTER' and containing numbers under three heads: the first being 'No. of Land Order', and the other two, jointly under 'Order of Choice', being 'Town Lots' and 'Country Sections'. Beneath heading: 'NOTE.

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