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50 reproductions : 20 photographs; 30 halftones ; various dimensions.
32 letterpress : pamphlets and leaflets.
14 regimental badges.
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Volume 1 is a red cloth-bound album with a burgundy leather spine and corner accents. "The Gift of C. Berkeley Powell" is inscribed in gold leaf on the bottom of front cover, and "Powell Scrap-Book I" is engraved on the spine. The scrapbook consists of 50 sheets of light cardstock, and a back section that contains 13 sheets of lined paper. The looseleaf section is gradually becoming unbound, and the tissue paper that separates individual pages has become extremely brittle. Items in this album are not strictly arranged chronologically. The album begins with the Siege of Québec City and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, 1759, where the French troops under the command of the Marquis de Montcalm fought the English forces led by General Wolfe. Several documents from ca.1760 are the earliest items in the album, and include maps and engravings of battles and commanding officers related to the Siege. From there the album deals with other battles fought by the British army and Canadian volunteer militia up until Confederation, 1867. In this volume Berkeley Powell has collected mainly pictorial items dealing with British-focused ships, regiments, uniforms, munitions, soldiers, commemorative plaques, war medals, etc. Also collected were general scenes of fortifications and landscapes. In detail the contents include: Plan of Louisbourg Harbour and its Surroundings, showing the English and French encampments during 1745. Reproduction of a print. Plan of the city and Fortification of Louisbourg. Reproduction. Map titled "Part of North America containing Canada, the North Parts of New England and New York; with Nova Scotia and Newfoundland",1759. Engraving. Shows the Gulf of St. Laurence with an inset of the Great Lakes, rudimentary topographical features, perimeters of the grand bank off of Newfoundland, and detailed place names. Ink inscription indicates that the map was collected from the Military Dictionary, London, 1760 Half-length portrait of the Hon. Edward Boscawen, Admiral of HMS Blue, Royal Navy. Steel engraving A small clipping is also pasted onto the bottom left of the pag, and gives the details of Boscawen's military career and date of death (January 10, 1760). Inscribed in ink: "Who commanded the fleet at the capture of Louisbourg in 1758. Printed 1760". Profile portrait of Major General Amherst, framed by oak branches, a sheaf of wheat, and crown. Inscribed in ink: "Who commanded the army at the capture of Louisbourg 1758, C in C 1758 to 1763." Lithograph. See page 8 for a steel engraving of the same image pictured in reverse. Reproduction of a painting found in the British Museum of Major Robert Rogers in military garb. Halftone print. Rogers is shown carrying a bugle, wearing a beaded leather sash, and carrying a sword. Flags of the 60th (or Royal American) Regiment of Light Foot Infantry, Second Battalion, 1757. Colour lithograph. Inscribed in ink: "Was at Louisbourg and Quebec". Illustration of two soldiers from the 60th Regiment, 1756, one from the Royal American Grenadiers, the other, the Royal Americans Infantry. Chromolithograph. A crown called the "Captains Compass", 1759. Chromolithograph. Illustration of a "Man-o-Warsman", 1759. Chromolithograph. Map titled "An Authentic Plan of the River St. Laurence, from Sillery to the Fall of Montmerenci with the Operations of the Siege of Quebec" printed in The Universal Magazine, after 1759. Engraving, copied as C-26068. Military personnel wearing red coats. Chromolithograph. "A perspective View of Quebec drawn on the spot". Engraved for the Royal Magazine, published in the Military Dictionary, 1760. Engraving, copied as C-26063 Profile portraits of Sir William Pepperell, Sir J. Amherst, General Braddock, General Abercrombie, General Wolfe. All busts are ornately framed, and crowned by an eagle. Steel engraving. Half-length portrait of Admiral Saunders. Halftone based on a painting. Chromolithograph of a ship's bell "A View of Cap Rouge, above the city of Quebec, on the shore of the River St. Lawrence". Newspaper print. Photomechanical reproduction. Portrait of Admiral Saunders. Steel engraving. Inscribed in ink: "Who commanded the fleet On the capture of Quebec in 1759, printed in 1760". Niagara Fort, engraved after Sir William Johnson, 1758. Depicts the Fort, its protective wall, two flags, and its situation on the Niagara River. The print does not use perspectival conventions. Engraving, copied as C-6360 Small print of a Bright Barrel rifle. Lithograph. " A North View of Fort Frederic or Crown Point" on Lake Champlain. Shows three turrets, the fortification wall, flags indicating wind direction, and canons. Engraving. Inscription indicated it was printed in the Military Dictionary, 1760. Copied as C-6351 "Wolfe's Monument, Quebec". From Dominion Illustrated, 14 March 1891, p. 256. Halftone print after a Notman photograph. Inscribed in pencil: "Second monument erected about 1849 on Plains of Abraham Quebec". Two soldiers holding rifles. Halftone print. "Monument to Wolfe and Montcalme, Quebec". From Dominion Illustrated, 10 January, 1891, p.25. Halftone print after a Notman photograph. Inscribed in pencil: "Foundation laid Nov 1827. Completed 1828. Subscription $2000. Sum ___ in addition was paid by Lord Dalhousie Gov General". Blank "The Old Gates of Quebec". From Dominion Illustrated, December 12, 1891. Lithograph by R. G. Mathews, Copied as C-8783. Shows the evolution of the city's gates from 1786 to 1865. Blank Large lion perched on rocks with the caption "On Guard". Wood engraving, partially hand coloured. Small prints of soldiers (one carrying a flag of their regiment) have been placed along the bottom edges of the print. Profile portrait of General Murray, engraved for Universal Magazine, 1 Feb, 1783. Steel engraving, copied as C-26065. Inscribed in ink: "This portrait of General Murray was made in 1782 or 16 years after he ceased to be Governor General. He had continued an officer in the British Army and in 1781 was in command of Minorca where he was defeated after resisting for 7 months (with an army of 2,000), an army of 12,000 under the Duc de Crillon. He was then 77 Years of age. He was the 5th son of the 4th Lord Elibank born in 1704. He died in Great Britain in 1794 was buried in Westminster Abbey". Illustration of a soldier from 1768 carrying a bayoneted gun, and wearing a red coat.Chromolithograph. Profile portrait of General Richard Montgomery. Newspaper reproduction. Reproduction of a painting "The corpse of Brigadier-General Richard Montgomery borne by military escort through the city." Halftone print, Copied as C-12145 Illustration of rowboats pushing off from the shore of Isle D'Orleans, with a view of the fortified town of Quebec in the background. Inscribed in pencil: "British army arrived from ocean". Wood engraving, appears to have been hand coloured, copied as C-46216. Drawing of a grenadier from the 24th Regiment, 1768. Lithograph. Caption explains details of the uniform. Large illustration of British officers on horseback leading cavalry. One officer is shown using a bugle. 9x20.3cm colour lithograph. The image of a long-barrel gun has been pasted to the bottom of the image. Pen-and-ink style lithograph of Field Marshal Hon. H.S. Conway. Full length portrait of a soldier from the 16th Light Dragoon on horseback, 1792. Lithograph. Drawing of a soldier, 1776. Chromolithograph. "An Officer of the Light Infantry of the Guards, 1776". Lithograph by R. Simkin. Half-length portrait of Lieutenant General Simcoe, First Governor of Upper Canada. Steel engraving by the British American Bank Note Company, Montreal. Two British soldiers from 1792. Chromolithographs. "The Original Parliament Building, 1796". Lithograph, copied as C-2709. Five officers from different regiments, all chromolithographs: 16th Light Dragoons on horseback, 1792. (This is a colour version of the same image found on page 23). 8th Regiment, 1800. Naval Officers, 1795. 8th Regiment, 1792. Heavy Dragoon on horseback, 1803. Drawing of a naval officer wearing a blue uniform from 1795. Chromolithograph. Ships at sea, with shipwreck in the foreground. Inscribed in pencil: "Trafalgar, 1805". Steel engraving, Copied as C-4561. Portrait of Lord Nelson, 1800. Reproduction of a wood engraving, based on a painting by Heinrich Fuger. Nelson's monument, Montreal, erected 1808. Halftone. Four naval scenes, all chromolithographs: Seated officer View of The H.M.S. Royal Sovereign, 1805 (after Trafalgar) Scene of soldiers loading a canon on The Royal Sovereign. Marine sentry, 1800 Horatio, Viscount Nelson in naval uniform, 1805, with decorations. Engraving by W. Finden after a painting. "Front view of the Fort Kaministiguia, North-West Company, 1805. Copy of an original painting in the possession of Dr. VanCortland, Ottawa." "Leggotype", copied as A-2052 Blank Colour Lithograph of Isaac Brock. From a book titled The Canadian Portrait Gallery, by John Charles Dent, Toronto: Canadian Lithographic Company. Copied as C-36181. Portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Charles De Salaberry. Medallions around the frame of the portrait make reference to the battle at Chateauguay. Engraved by A.B. Durand after a painting by A. Dickinson. Copied as C-9226 Reproductions of watercolours depicting York in 1803, and Fort York in 1813. Halftone prints. Old Fort, Toronto, 1812-1814. Lithograph, copied as C-8830 Portrait of The Duke of Richmond and Lennox, Governor of Canada, 1818-19. Lithograph from the Dominion Illustrated, 1891. Inscribed in ink: "Devoted to Ottawa and the Parliament of Canada, Montreal. The Sabiston Lithograph and Publishing Company". Pasted underneath: Image of the memorial tablet to the Duke of Richmond in the English Cathedral, Quebec. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, copied as C-21402. Blank "Brant Memorial Monument, Brantford Ontario". Halftone of a photograph by Park & Co. From the Dominion Illustrated, December 7, 1889, p. 357. Inscribed in pencil: "erected in 1886 by subscription throughout Canada," and makes reference to the "six nation Indians" Copied as 501-1-10a. "The Old Fort at Chambly", photographed by Cumming. Halftone, Dominion Illustrated, August 23, 1890. Depicts the fort and a small party standing in front of it. Dragon Helmet, 1812. Chromolithograph. Fort Chambly. Lithograph from Dominion Illustrated, October 31, 1891, p. 412. Blank "Removing a fallen soldier from the battle field, 1814". Lithographic reproduction of an etching by A. Pearse Five soldiers in uniform, all chromolithographs: 60th Royal American, 1808 8th Regiment,1812 Infantry Private, 1792 8th Regiment, 1812 5th Battalion from the 60th, 1814 (soldier is shown wearing a green coat) Soldiers from the 8th Regiment marching in formation outside of an unidentified Spanish-looking fort. Inscribed in pencil below: "Peninsula 1813, Canada 1814". Colour lithograph by R. Simkin measuring 9x24.2 cm. "General Brock's Monument, above Queenston". Inscribed in pencil below: "Destroyed by Lett, a so called Patriot". Above: " the first Brock monument erected at Queenston Heights was destroyed by one Lett who came from the United States and experienced a _________ (illegible)". Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 17 October, 1891. Two halftone prints from the Dominion Illustrated, October 31, 1891: A monument "Marking the spot where Brock Fell, Queenston Heights" p.429. "Approach to Queenston by the road from Niagara, (Brock's Monument seen in the distance)." p.428. The plaque at the base of Brock's Monument. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, October 17, 1891. Brock's Monument. Inscribed in pencil "Cost about $48,000. Inaugurated 1859. To replace the one destroyed after the rebellion in 1839".Halftone print from Dominion Illustrated, October 17, 1891. Blank Collage of various media. The base layer is a photographic paper negative depicting six war medals, which is framed by an ornate paper border. On top of the first photographic medal a silk ribbon representing Military, General Service 1793-1814 has been taped, using two pink strips of paper. The blue and magenta silk ribbon sits on top of the photographic ribbon, but it is clear that the two do not correspond. Dated in pencil: "1812/14". The photograph shows the front and back of three medals, one each for Fort Detroit, Chateauguay, and Chrystler's Farm. The medals themselves are identical, except for a bracket placed on each ribbon that names one of the three battles. 1) Front. Victoria Regina, 1848. Shows the Queen's profile. 2) Back. To the British Army, 1793-1814. Shows the Queen laying a wreath on a man's head. "Ruins of Old Fort Erie (sic), on the Niagara Frontier". Halftone from Dominion Illustrated, October 14, 1891. Inscribed in pencil: "Destroyed 1814". Drawing of Fort Mississauga. Halftone from Dominion Illustrated, November 1, 1890. Shows the fort by the side of Lake Ontario, two steamboats in the background, and a small cooking fire. A small pen-and-ink style lithograph of a long barrel gun. Blank Four soldiers in full regalia, all chromolithographs: 79th Cameron Highlanders, 1828. Two soldiers from the 60th Rifles, one wearing the uniform of 1820, the other of 1830. 8th Department, 1827. Four soldiers in full regalia, all chromolithographs: 60th Rifles, 1826. Officer on horseback, Dragoon Guards, 1832. Trooper on horseback, Dragoon Guards, 1826. 60th Rifles, 1826. Illustrated portrait of a seated King William IV, "King of Great Britain and Ireland, Third Sovereign of British North America". Halftone reproduction. Colour lithograph of Lord Durham. From John Charles Dent's Canadian Portrait Gallery, Toronto: J.B Magurn (See F5009 D41 fol./ Amicus 4389349 for the complete series in the National Library's holdings) Lithograph of a long barrel rifle, possibly a "Flint Lock Brown Bess". Soldier from the 8th Regiment, 1843. Chromolithograph. Illustration of the Eighth (the King's) Regiment on foot. Shows a group of officers talking while the soldiers wait in the background. Also shows a military drummer to the right. Dated "1840-43". Lithograph, hand coloured. Hand-coloured lithograph of two 60th Regiment soldiers, from front and back. Illustration of a group of soldiers and gardeners resting on a hill that overlooks the water. Titled "View from the Citadel at Kingston". Print from Dominion Illustrated, September 12, 1891. Inscribed in pencil: "Imperial Army soldiers". Photograph of a "Tablet in the Church, Sorel, P.Q." marking the remains of Lieutenant General Sir Richard Downes Jackson. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated (n.d.) Two soldiers from the 60th Regiment in 1846, wearing winter gear. Chromolithographs. Blank Notes indicate that "View of Champs de Mars," by R.A. Sproule was once pasted on page 63 which is now blank. The print is now located in box 2000763876, folder containing prints marked II-10d. (For more information about the history of the print, see notes for accession 1970-188-76, and accession 1970-188-77. The 1830 edition is copied as C-041367. The republished 1871 edition is copied as C-041355. A version was also included as a supplement to the Standard Newspaper, Montreal, 1871. See C-100567 ). Blank Prince Albert and Queen Victoria "On Sevres China by A. Duduzeau. Exhibited in the Great Exhibition by the French Government. Engraved by D. Pound from a Daguerreotype". Line and stipple steel engraving. "Lieutenant Lindsay at the Battle of the Alma". ca. 1854. Lithograph. An unidentified battle scene, showing English troops storming a fortification with ladders and cannons. Lithograph by J. Jebb. Portraits of Marshal St. Arnaud, Lord Raglan, Admiral Sir Charles Napier and Admiral Dundas. Inscribed in pencil "________ Army & Navy, Crimea 1854-55". Halftone prints. Blank Illustration of a struggle between two soldiers titled "The exploit at The Ovens. Death of Lieut. H. Tryon. Rifle Brigade, 20th Nov. 1854". Chromolithograph by Harry Payne. "Uniform of the Montreal Rifle Rangers, 1855". Shows Col-Sergt. J. W. Hanson, Lieut. J.W. Haldimaud, Capt. Theodore Lyman, Ensign J.F. Malhiot and Private J.S. Seed. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated. Inscribed in pencil: "Before the act of 1855 the uniform except the cap is similar to 60th rifles." Copied as C-43160 Two flags, two hand-coloured lithographs of regular infantrymen, 1858. Illustration of two soldiers. Inscribed: "Imperial Regulars, 1856". Colour lithorgraph. Illustration of a soldier. Inscribed: "Imperial regular,1858". Wood engraving. Plate containing details of "Officer's Swords, copied as C-11482". "Engraved and printed at the Department of War Office, under the direction of Captain M. Petrie, 14th Regiment, Topographic Staff" Includes detailed images of the following (at a scale of 2 Inches to 1 Foot): 1) Guard's sword knot 2) Scabbard for guards (steel) 3) Guard's sword (coldstream) 4) Steel scabbard for claymore 5) Claymore with ornate handle 6) Leather scabbard for claymore 7) Leather scabbard for line 8) Line (with a design of a crown and the initials VR on the blade) 9) Line sword knot 10) Brass or steel scabbard for line 11) Rifles (a sword with an ornate design on the blade) 12) Scabbard for rifles (steel) 13) Rifle sword knot 14) Dirk with scabbard and appurtenances (for the 24th Regiment) 15) Skeen Dhu (small hand blade and its sheath) Pasted onto the front fold of Officer's Rifles is a plate showing contents and packing instructions for a soldier's field kit (1863). Shows that contents must include two shirts, two towels, two pairs of socks, a pocket ledger, gloves, razor, comb, eating utensils, thermometer, sponge, soap, mess tin, boot brushes and blacking. Lithograph, copied as C-11482. A military infirmary, ca. 1863, showing a large tent, several beds and wounded soldiers. Lithograph, copied as C-39699 Plate containing details of an Enfield Rifle and its accessories, including a bayonet sword, munitions pouch and pouch belt, etc. Lithograph, copied as C-11483 Regimental badge of the 1st Belleville Rifles, 1836 Photomechanical reproduction of Mackenzie Bowell of the Belleville Rifle Company, 1864. An Imperial soldier, 1864. Chromolithograph. Portrait of Sir Mackenzie Bowell, Premier of Canada. Halftone reproduction of a photograph taken by the Topley studio, Ottawa. 1892. Plate containing details of of Arms (Enfield rifles), rifle musket, pattern 1853, short rifle musket, pattern 1860, and their respective bayonets. Engraving, copied as C-11484 Brigadier Major Shaw in winter uniform, wearing a Persian lamb coat and hat. Albumen photograph with some hand colouring, circa 1863. Copied as C-117000 Lieutenant Colonel J.P. Dennis, ca. 1863, wearing a three quarter length wool jacket, posing in an ornate studio. Albumen photograph with some hand colouring, copied as C-5490. Lt. Col. Shaw, Brigadier Major in Kingston, fall dress, 1863. Albumen photograph with some hand colouring, copied as C-117001 Garrison artillery soldiers in winter dress, shown wearing Persian lamb coats and hats. Quebec, 1863. Albumen photograph with some hand colouring. Lt. Col. Comely (?) posing in the Notman photographic studio. The name of the photographer is very faintly etched in the bottom right corner. Albumen photograph copied as C-8630 Major Heward, 3rd Victoria, Montreal and Captain Alleyn, Victoria Rifles, Quebec. Albumen photograph in an unidentified studio. Plate containing Accoutrements', or various munitions pouches, belts and waistbelts, whistles and chains, 1866. "Engraved and printed at the Topographical Department, War Office". Steel engraving. Newly issued instructions on how to properly fold bedding At home and abroad' from Adjutant General's Circular, Memorandum 41. Printed 12 June, 1860. Copied as C-11485 Instructions on how to properly raise a tent. Lithograph.. Blank "Military Train, 1860" depicting an officer on horseback talking to a soldier. Tents can be seen in the background. Chromolithograph. Cavalry, 3rd Dragoon, 1865. Chromolithograph, copied as C-5371. Three quarter-length portrait of Brigadier Major Patterson, 1866. Albumen photograph, partially hand coloured. Blank Plate containing details of a soldier's uniform, various knapsacks, caps, etc. circa 1866. Lithograph, partially hand coloured. Copied as C-17282. "A military parade on the Champs de Mars, Montreal, in 1866". From Canadian Magazine. Halftone, copied as C-8631. Plate containing a military bugle and strings, wooden canteen, sword and scabbard, camp kettle, and haversack. Lithograph, partially hand coloured. Copied as C-17280. Two full length portraits of a sergeant and private in field garb, 1866. Lithographs, partially hand coloured. See Page 89. Small print of a foot soldier, 1867, hand coloured. Plate containing various types of military tunics (jackets), showing badge and braid details, 1867. Lithograph, partially hand coloured. Full length portraits of an assistant surgeon in field garb, and a surgeon. Lithograph partially hand coloured, copied as C-17278. Small print of a soldier, hand coloured. Lithograph of a Great Coat', 1865. Printed caption states: "A Great Coat is blue with red piping to the shoulder and waist straps, it is the same for all ranks in make and color with the exception of the badges". Copied as C-17281. Various regimental badges, some stamped, others printed. They include the logos for the Prince of Wales Regiment Voluntary Rifles, the Victoria Rifles of Canada, 8th Royal Rifles, the Oxford Rifles, No.1 Toronto Volunteer Naval Brigade, Royal Canada V.M.1. Four badges are copied as C-20771, C-15247, C-137548, C-137549. Full-length colour portrait of an engineer in field uniform, standing in front of two officers, a cannon and a battlefield, 1866. Chromolithograph. Full-length colour portrait of an engineer in full dress, posing in front of a seashore,1866. Chromolithograph Full-length portrait of Lt. Col. Irwin, 1867. Photograph, partially hand-coloured. "3 Victoria (Victoria Rifles), Montreal, Davidson", 1867. Albumen photograph. Full-length portriat of a Surgeon, Ottawa Field Battery, 1867. Photograph, partially hand-coloured. Original negative C-661. Small print of a soldier, hand coloured, 1867. Lt. Col. A. Brunel, 1866. Photograph, partially hand coloured. Full length portrait of an Ottawa Engineer, 1866. Photograph taken in the Notman Studio, but partially coloured by an amateur, most probably Berkeley Powell. Portrait of Major Higginson, 18 Battalion, 1866. Photograph, partially hand coloured. Full length studio portrait of two members of the Civil Service Rifle Regiment from Quebec and Ottawa, 1865. A bugle is seen on the table placed next to one of the sitters. Photograph. Original negative C-1262. Regimental badge of Civil Service Rifles, placed on top of item 171. Full length portrait of Brigadier Major J. Drochrith (?), 1863. Photograph, hand coloured details. Full length portrait of Lt. Buchanan, 3rd Victorias 1866. Photograph. Blank Albumen photograph of a painting of Lt. Col. Jason Crawfords, 41st Battalion, 1867. Illustration of a soldier form the 60th Regiment in his field uniform, 1867. Chromolithograph. Regimental badge of a military unit. Contains maple leaves, a beaver, two rifles, the number 41, and the motto Semper Paratus'. Coloured wood engraving. Lithograph of an Enfield long-barrel rifle. Seated portrait of Brigadier Major Moffatt, London, 1866. Photograph, partially hand-coloured. Group portrait of members of the Ottawa Rifles, 1866-67. Depicts six men in their field uniforms. Photograph, original negative C-662. Blank Printed pamphlet about the inauguration of a statue of Charles-Michel de Salaberry, inaugurated 7 June, 1881. The front cover contains a woodcut of the statue. The seven-page pamphlet explains the political circumstances in which the monument was raised. It is written in French. Twenty-six pages of a book about the Princess Victoria's Regiment. These pages emphasize the services of the 2nd Battalion of the 89th Regiment, outlining their position from 1803-1814 in Canada. Blank Image of the Duke of Wellington's Statue in London, England. Wood engraving from a photograph. Leaflet entitled "Proceedings of Committee in relation to The Battlegrounds of 1812-1814, adopted November 24, 1853". Verso: extensive inscription regarding the monument of General Brock at Queenston Heights. Blank Pamphlet titled "Standing Orders of the Civil Service Rifle Regiment. Ottawa:1866". This document explains the details of the unit's uniforms, ranking system, and miscellaneous orders of council. The pamphlet is 16 pages long, and is stuck onto a page that also contains an ink inscription about the history of the regiment. Blank Three and a half notices from the Head Quarters of the Volunteer Militia' printed on light blue paper. August 16, 1855: Outlines the militia's conditions of service, including their uniforms, types of munitions, and the organization of pay lists. December 23, 1864: Lists the various battalions that are being summoned for duty, and who will occupy their various ranks. It also states that those called for duty "are embodied not for the purpose of warfare, but with the object of aiding the Civil power in its efforts to prevent aggression on the territories of a friendly State, on the part of persons enjoying the right of asylum in Her Majesty's Dominion, and to maintain...complete neutrality with respect to the war now existing in the United States...". June 14, 1867: Explains that new Snider Enfield rifles are to replace the militia's older rifles, and outlines how the process will be carried out. Also lists other miscellaneous news items, including personnel changes. February 7th, 1856: Partial document, describes changes in the Militia's uniform that are to take place. "A General Map of the British Dominions", 1866, by Stanford's Geographical Establishment, London. Hand coloured lithograph, with all British possessions coloured in pink. Former location of "Action near Freleysburg, Canada, 8 June 1866", J. McNevin, New York. Coloured lithograph. Removed for inclusion in the "Records of Our History #5" exhibition, March 1992. NEW LOCATION: Historical Events Box. "Fac-Simile of a Fenian Twenty Dollar Bond". Halftone print from a photograph, 1866. A statue of Frontenac. Halftone print from the Dominion Illustrated, 11 July, 1891. Printed pamphlet titled "Addenda to the Report on the State of the Militia of the Province of Canada. Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Excellency the Governor General. Ottawa; 1866". 20 Pages. Contained in an envelope marked OHMS Militia and Defence (Canada)' are 15 loose sheets of printed matter. Taking up 6 leaves is a short article on the history of firearms. Three leaves provide illustrated diagrams of the anatomy of a gun, and five illustrate various types of long-barrel rifle. The final leaf is a colour lithograph showing the specifications of four types of munition. Twenty-two reports from the Headquarters of the Volunteer Militia, ranging from December 30, 1864 to June 7, 1867.
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1933-235
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