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1 drawing : pencil.
42 prints : 15 colour lithographs, 27 lithographs and wood engravings ; various dimensions.
130 reproductions : 27 photographs; 103 halftone prints ; various dimensions.
15 letterpress : pamphlets and leaflets.
106 regimental badges.
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Volume 2 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 II" 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 arranged chronologically. It primarily deals with military readiness and training at home and abroad, and includes sections on the Royal Military College, Kingston, military drills, training camps, and competitions across Canada, as well as in Britain. It is predominantly pictorial, with most items originating from publications such as the Dominion Illustrated. The detailed list of the contents is as follows: Retailer's sticker, showing that Powell purchased the album at JAS Hope & Co. in Ottawa. "Arms of the Dominion and the Provinces of Canada" after 1873, from the official postal guide. Colour lithograph. Portrait of Lord Monck. Photograph, copied as C-10982. Inscribed in ink: "Viscount Charles Stanley Monck was Governor General and Commander in Chief of the militia of Old Canada from Oct 25th 1861- June 30th 1867, and whilst so serving, became the first Governor General of the Dominion of Canada from the 1st of July, 1867 until the 13th Nov. 1868". Blank Half-length portrait of Sir George Etienne Cartier. Photograph, taken between 1867-1872. Inscribed in ink below: "Sir George E Cartier, first minister of Militia and Defence for the Dominion of Canada". Statue of Sir George Etienne Cartier near the Parliament buildings, Ottawa. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, July 4, 1891, p.1. Military parade outside of the first Parliament Buildings, May 24, 1867. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated , December 26, 1891, p. 612. Copied as C-2496 Regimental badge of the Civil Service Rifle Regiment. Full-length portrait of a member of the Ottawa Garrison, Artillery Unit, 1868. Shows the uniform in clear detail. Photograph, partially hand coloured. Original photo negative 8252. Small half-length portrait of Captain May of the Ottawa Rifles, 1868. Photograph. Full-length portrait of a member of the Ottawa Rifle Brigade 1868. Shows the uniform is clear detail. Albumen photograph. Original photo negative 8253. Two soldiers from the 60th Rifles, showing their uniform and arms in full detail. Chromolithograph, 1871. Photograph of 11 members of what Powell has identified as "The Quebec School", 1871, posing on top of a cannon in what looks like a pause from a loading exercise. 21 types of regimental badges, cut out from official stationery. Inscribed in ink "Types in 1868". Small illustration of an soldier. Hand-coloured lithograph. View of "B- Battery Shifting Ordinance in the Citadel, Quebec". Inscribed in ink: "This Battery of artillery was formed in 1871 and took over the duties at Quebec when the regular forces of Great Britain was withdrawn". Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, December 15, 1888, p. 377. Copied as C-5503. Small regimental badge of the Canadian Artillery School of Gunnery. View of Dalhousie Gate, Quebec, entrance to the Citadel. Inscribed in ink: "As it appeared in 1891". Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated , December 22, 1888 p. 397. View of the Interior of Fort Henry, Kingston. Dated: "1837", the date when the second fort was completed. The interior courtyard is depicted in this halftone reproduction, from the Dominion Illustrated , July 25, 1891, p. 84. copied as C-14225. View of "A- Battery, R.S.A. on parade in Tete-de-Pont, Barrack-yard, Kingston." Inscribed in ink: "This battery was formed in 1871 and took over the duties at Kingston Ontario when the regular troops of Great Britain left that year". Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated , Jan 3, 1891, p.14. Original photo negative 8258. View of the "Main Gate, Tete-de-Pont Barracks, Kingston." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated , 3 Jan, 1891. Original photo negative 8259. Blank Three quarter portrait of Lt. Col. Thomas Ross, major commanding the Governor General's Foot Guards when it was formed in 1872. "Thomas Ross was a Brevet Lieutenant Colonel in the Ottawa Brigade of Garrison Artillery when he made application to have the Guards created, 'to add pomp and circumstance to the new capital'. But, it was in his civilian capacity that he was able to convince the minister of militia of his ideas. As a clerk in the finance department for the Government of Canada he held considerable power and eventually became the highest paid civil servant. Lt.Col Ross commanded until 1886." From http://www.cyberus.ca/~ggfg/history.htm (Jan. 12, 2004). Albumen photograph, hand coloured. Copied as C-659. Regimental badge of the Ottawa Artillery.Copied as C-142825. Regimental badge, copied as C-142824. Very small image of a soldier. Halftone. Three different regimental badges of the Royal Military College. View of the Royal Mililtary College, Kingston, with a game a cricket being played in the foreground. Lithograph, dated 1878. Inscribed in pencil: "Established by law 1875 - organized 1876. The stone frigate on the right was used for both dormitory and educational purposes until 1878 when the main building was made available. The building on the left was used as a gymnasium." View of the main building at the "Royal Military College, on Closing Day." Halftone, partially hand coloured, from Dominion Illustrated , 30 Nov 1889, p.337. Portrait of Lt.-Col Hewett, R.E., First Commandant of Royal Military College. Halftone, from The Dominion Illustrated, 30 Nov 1889, p. 341. Portrait of Major-General Oliver, Second Commandant of Royal Military College. Halftone, from The Dominion Illustrated, 30 Nov 1889, p. 341. The following seven images are halftone reproductions taken from the Dominion Illustrated, 30 Nov 1889: "Recruits at drill", showing men posing outside of the gymnasium in their streetclothes, 1889. P.345. Men in uniform posing for the camera during a "Bayonet exercise in the Barrack Yard". P.341. "The cadets rowing at Kingston Harbour", p.345. "The cadets in fencing and athletic costumes", p.344. "The cadets in winter and summer uniforms", p.344. Some details are hand coloured. "The dining hall of the Royal Military College", p.340. "Cadets at drill on parade ground", p.340. "Canadian graduates at the Royal Engineering School, Chatham, England." Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 19 Apr 1890, p. 248. Full length portraits of Lord Beaumont, Sir Edward Selby Smith, _____ ?, and Captain Ward. Photograph, taken in Victoria, B.C., Autumn, 1875. copied as C-20306. 5 hand coloured cut-outs of various soldiers are depicted, including a Fusilier, Hussar, Artilleryman, Infantryman and Rifle. Copied as C-5373. "Closing Day at the Royal Military College, Kingston." Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 4 July 1891, p.20. Regimental badge of the Royal Military College. Daily parade at the Royal Military College. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 12 Sep 1891, p.260. "General view of Royal Military College, from Fort Henry." Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 30 Nov. 1889, p.337. Small regimental badge of the Royal Military College. Four cut-outs of cavalry and artillery soldiers, 1885. All are hand coloured. Copied as C- 5374. Large group photograph (32x8.5cm) of the Dominion Artillery Association. 20 men are shown in uniform. Photograph, copied as C-5504. Dominion Artillery Association meeting at Isle D'Orleans, Quebec. View of their camp, including tents and cannons. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 8 Dec, 1888, p.361. Dominion Artillery Association meeting at Isle D'Orleans, Quebec.View of "The 40 Pounder Competition." Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 8 Dec, 1888, p. 361. Drawing of "A trial shot" involving a cannon. Lithograph, from the Dominion Illustrated, 3 Nov, 1888, p.284. Drawing of "A group of Notabilities" from the 1st Brigade Field Artillery. Lithograph from the Dominion Illustrated, 3 Nov, 1888, p.284. Drawing of "The Canadian Shoeburyness: meeting of the Dominion Artillery Association at Orleans Island, near Quebec." Shows their camp, cannons on the shore of the Island, and the Montmorency waterfalls in the distance. Wood engraving, dated "1888". Full length studio portrait of a member of the Governor General's Foot Guards. Shows a uniformed guard carrying a long barrel rifle. Inscribed in ink: "Put bayonet on Rifle. 1878." Albumen photograph, partially hand coloured. Copied as C-43484. Small cut-out of a member of the 60th Royal Regiment of Rifles. Chromolithograph, 1878. Half length portrait of Col. Walker Powell wearing military uniform. Albumen photograph with some hand colouring. Copied as C-664. "A Garden Party at the Camp - Scenes at the Annual Meeting of the Dominion Rifle Association, 1891." Inscribed below: "Rideau Rifle Ranges, Ottawa." Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated,19 Sept 1891, p.280. Two regimental badges of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association. Lithographs. Two views of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association Match, Ottawa. Both images depict marksmanship competitions. Halftone reproductions, from the Dominion Illustrated, 19 Sept 1891, p.281. Copied as C-5030. Small regimental badge of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association. Lithograph. Dominion of Canada Rifle Association Match, on the Rideau Rifle Range, Ottawa. View of camp, tents, etc. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 19 Sept, 1891, p.280. View of soldiers during a marksman competition on the Rideau Ranges, Ottawa, during a Dominion Rifle Association match. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated. Small regimental badge of the above unit. Large group photograph (28x16cm) of the Wimbledon Team, depicting 22 men in varying military garb. Those posing include: Sgt. J. Mitchell, Sgt. J. Solston, Sgt. R. McVittie, Capt. J. Hood, Major B. Weston, St. Col. Bacon, Sgt. Mumford, Sgt. Curzon, Sgt. Ashall, Sgt. Corbin, Maj. Egan, Corp. Crowe, Pte. Armstrong, Sgt. Ogg, Lte. Crowboy, Lte. Blackmore, Capt Rogers, Pte. Horsey, Lieut Jamieson, Lte. Wilson, Lte, Dimock, Major Sherwood. Albumen photograph, 1889, copied as C-665. "The Bisley Team of 1891." Photomechanical reproduction of an array of photographs of 22 men in militiary garb. From the Dominion Illustrated, 25 July, 1891, p.75. "Rifle team of the Victoria Rifles, Winners of the Carslake Trophy." Studio portrait of the 9 men and their trophy. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 13 Sept, 1890, p. 188. Small cut-out of a soldier saluting. Lithograph, n.d.. Small regimental badge of the Province of Quebec Rifle Association. "Province of Quebec Rifle Association Matches, Cote. St. Luc: View at Firing Point." Shows a marksmanship competition and judges. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated,23 Aug, 1891, p.128. Two small regimental badges of the Province of Quebec Rifle Association. Three images of artillery practice, showing the loading of a cannon. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 27 Sept, 1890, p. 216. Three images of artillery practice, showing the loading of a cannon. Halftones from the Dominion Illustrated, 27 Sept, 1890, p. 217. Inscription reads: "Cavalry and Artillery, Quebec and Schools, 187-". Photograph of soldiers standing in formation at the fortifications of Quebec. Copied as C-30929. Full length portrait of Lt. Col. Brenner, commander of the 66th Battallion. Albumen photograph, 1886. Copied as C-30927. Cutout soldier wearing the uniform of the 66th Battallion. Chromolithograph. Seated portrait of Lt. Col. Omally, commander of the 25th Battallion. Albumen photograph, original negative C-660. Small regimental badge of the Elgin Infantry, 25th Battallion. Four images of Drill Halls in Central Canada, all halftones: Ottawa Drill Hall. Hamilton Drill Hall. Inscribed: "Taken in 1889" "New Drill Hall, Windsor". "Toronto Drill Hall". Four illustrations of soldiers from the 66th Battalion, 1880. Chromolithographs. Large halftone of the graduating class of the Royal Military College, Kingston for 1905-1906. Original photograph taken by Henderson. Group portrait of 13 Royal Military College cadets from 1878-9. Photograph, copied as C-30930 Composite shot of the Princess Louise Dragoon Guards in front of the Parliament Buildings. Original composite photograph made by the studio of Notman & Sandham, 1879. Halftone, possibly from the Dominion Illustrated. Lithograph of Lt. Col. MacIntosh, 63rd (Halifax) Battalion of Rifles, 1885. Two halftones from the Dominion Illustrated, 19 Dec, 1891, p.595. One full-length portrait of Lt. Col turnbull, and one titled "Parade of Royal School of Cavalry on Esplanade, Quebec". Multiple views of the Royal School of Cavalry, Quebec, showing buildings, a parade, and the grounds. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 19 Dec, 1891, p. 594. See original photo negatives for two images shown, C-5218 and C-8632. "Canadian Mounted Infantry in Winter Uniform." Studio portrait of four infantrymen in full winter costume, posing in front of a painted backdrop. Inscribed in ink: "This corps was organized in 1885, strength 105. Its station Winnipeg, Manitoba. It was changed to Mounted Rifles in 1891." Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 5 Apr, 1890, p.209. Chromolithograph of 6th Fusiliers, 1887. Two cut-outs of soldiers carrying a British flag. Colour lithograph. " 'A' Company, Royal School of Infantry, Fredericton, N.B." View of the Officer's Quarters and soldiers in formation. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 6 Dec 1891, p. 376. " Officers of 'A' Company, Royal School of Infantry, Fredericton, N.B." Studio portrait of 6 men. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 13 Dec 1891, p. 395. " 'A' Company, Royal School of Infantry, Fredericton, N.B." View of the Men's Barracks and Drill Hall. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 6 Dec 1891, p. 376. " 'B' Company", Royal School of Infantry. Full-length portrait of the permanent officers, and view of the "B" Company on Parade in front of one of the Barracks. Halftones, from the Dominion Illustrated, 1 Nov, 1890, p.293. Two regimental badges of the Royal School of Infantry. "B" Company, Royal School of Infantry , St. John's, Quebec. Large fold-out from the Dominion Illustrated, 1 Nov, 1891, p.296-7, containing five halftones of the school's grounds. "C" Battery of the Royal Canadian Artillery on parade at Victoria, B.C., on the eve of departure for the Skeena. Soldiers at ease in front of a barrack. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 22 Sept, 1888, p. 180. Inscribed below: "This battery was authorized in 1883, but in consequence of the CPR Railway being then incomplete, was not supplied with officers and men until 1887. Its strength was 107." Copied as C-5506. Small regimental badge of the "C" Battery of the Royal Canadian Artillery. The following four images are halftones taken from the Dominion Illustrated, 27 Oct, 1888, p.260. Three portraits of commandants from the "C" Company, Capt. Sears, Lt. Col. Otter, and Surgeon Strange (Copied as C-6328). "C" Company School of Infantry Corps on Parade". Lithograph of a long barrel rifle. Inscribed in ink below: "Armed with Snider Rifles up to 1892. After that date Martini Hanry Rifles were issued." ""D" Company, Royal School of Infantry, London, Ont. The Officers." Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 28 Feb, 1891, p.188. " "D" Company, Royal School of Infantry, London, Ont. The Non-Commissioned Officers." Group portrait of 20 men in an unidentified studio. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 28 Feb, 1891, p. 200. " "D" Company, Royal School of Infantry, London, Ont. The Band." Group portrait, including all instruments. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 28 Feb, 1891, p. 202. Composite image of the Officers of the 66th Battalion, "Princess Louise Fusiliers," Halifax. Original componsite photograph made by William Notman & Son, 1891. Halftone from the Dominion Illustrated, 14 Nov, 1891, p.476. The story can be found on page 459. Small regimental badge of the 66th Battalion, "Princess Louise Fusiliers". Brigade Staff at Niagara Camp, October, 1891. Halftone by Murray & Son, from the Dominion Illustrated, 21 Nov, 1891, p. 482. View of "The Military Campt at Sussex, N.B.. 8th Regiment Princess Louise Hussars on Parade." Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 19 Dec, 1891, p. 587. Full colour chromolithograph of the 5th Royal Scots of Canada, Montreal. Drawing by H. Bunnett. Depicts four men in kitled uniforms, one playing the bagpipes. 1890. Small regimental badge of the regiment listed above. View of the mounted police, Calgary, AB. Halftone based on a photograph by Notman & Son. "Old Indian and Squaws on the Blackfoot Reserve, AB." Halftone based on a photograph by Notman & Son. Three scenes "At the Quebec Review". Showing cannons and the military parade. Halftones, from the Dominion Illustrated, 13 Dec, 1891, p. 559. View of the Highland Cadets at Drill, Montreal. Halftone, the Dominion Illustrated, 19 April, 1890, p. 244. "The pioneer Canadian Company of the Boy's Brigade, St. John, N.B." Dominion Illustrated, 13 June 1891, p.555. See story on page 569. Composite photograph of "Prominent members of the sergeant's Mess of the Sixty-Fifth Battalion, Mount Royal Rifles, Montreal." Halftone of an original made by Archambault Photo, from the Dominion Illustrated, 11 July, 1891, p.33. "Scenes from the inspection of the Montreal field Battery, June 30th" Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 8 Aug, 1891, p. 143. "Inspection of St. Mary's College Cadets." Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 8 Aug, 1891, p. 126. Inspection of the Queen's Own Rifles at Niagara, 24 May, 1891. Halftone, from the Dominion Illustrated, 11 July, 1891, p. 36. "Scenes at the Inspection of the Victoria Rifles on Champ de Mars, Montreal, 9 May (1891)." Three scenes depicting soldiers in formation. Halftones from the Dominion Illustrated, 16 May, 1891, p.463. Small stationery seal of the Victoria Rifles. 7 Illustrations of officers and scenes from the Hamilton Field Battery. Drawings by Heming. Lithograph from the Dominion Illustrated, 26 Dec 1891, p. 618. Copied as C43159. Drawing of a sergeant on horseback. Lithograph from the Dominion Illustrated, 26 Dec 1891, p.619. Copied as C-43158 Sketched view of a soldier preparing two horses, drawn by Heming. Lithograph from the Dominion Illustrated, 26 Dec 1891, p. 607. Full length portrait of two officers and one assistant. Inscribed in pencil: "Lt. Col. B. Van Sham-?, Major Heron and orderly. Belleville camp, 1891." Photograph, copied as C-30932. View of field practice at Barriefield, near Kingston, including cavalry and soldiers, with tents and the city seen in the background. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 18 July, 1891, p. 58, copied as C-11732. "The tents as seen from the parade ground. The military camp at Sussex, N.B. (Mr. L.A. Allison, photo)" Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 19 Dec, 1891, p.586. Wood engraving of five soldiers representing different interests in the British empire. Australian, South African, Indian and West Indian soldiers are shown. From the Dominion Illustrated, 22 Aug, 1891, p. 169. Full length studio portrait of Lt. Col. M. Humphrey, commander of the 66th Battalion, Halifax, N.S. from 29 Mar, 1889. Photograph with some hand coloured details. Original negative 8303. Cutout soldier wearing the uniform of the 66th Battallion. Chromolithograph. Full length studio portrait of the commander of the Princess Louise Dragoon Guards, Ottawa, ON. Photograph, copied as C-43485. View of "A group of gunners" casually posing on a pile of ammunition. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 21 Nov, 1891, p. 495. Large photograph (29.5x17.5cm) of a group of soldiers standing in front of their garrison. Inscribed in pencil: "Garrison Artillery, British Columbia Brigade, Victoria BC, 1892." Albumen print, copied as C-30931. Drawing of "Scenes at the inspection of the Montreal field battery, 13 August". Photomechanical reproduction, from the Dominion Illustrated, 23 Aug, 1890, p. 124. Original photo negative 8262. Group portrait of "The Prince Edward Island Rifle Team, winners of the Great Telegraphic Match". Names are listed below the image. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 7 Dec, 1889, p.361. "Scenes at the inspection of the Royal Scots, Montreal, 20 June." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 11 July, 1891, p. 46. Small stationery seal of the Royal Scots. "The inspection of the Royal Scots." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 11 July, 1891, p. 47. Stationery seal of the above regiment. "Presentation of new colours to the Sixth Fusiliers - the Ceremony of Consecration." View of the brigade, religious officials, and the accountrements of the ceremony: flags and drums in the centre of the town square. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 27 June, 1891, p. 614. Stationery seal of the above regiment. Half-portrait of Lt. Col. Charles Stephen Jones, commander of the 38th Battalion, 1892. Albumen print, showing his military jacket in fine detail. Framing the above photograph is sheet of yellow paper upon which scenes have been lithographed, praising the 38th Battalion. The stationery seal of the above regiment is pasted at the bottom of the page. "Inspection of the 65th Battalion, Montreal, June 29." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 15 Aug, 1891, p. 155. The stationery seal of the above regiment is pasted next to the image above. Original pencil sketch of "Woodstock N.B. Range Finding across St. John River, 1891. (signed) D.T.I." This sketch depicts a small group of soldiers tending to four cannons that are set up on one bank of the river. A bridge and hills are seen in the background. Copied as C-5507. Photograph of three groups of cavalry in formation on a field. Inscribed in pencil: "Welland Canal Field Battery, Niagara Camp, 1890." Copied as C-5508. Cutout soldier wearing the uniform of the Marine Sentry, 1891. Chromolithograph. View of a funerary procession in front of a church at Lundy's Lane, October 1891. Inscribed in pencil: "Visiting the graves of those killed in the war of 1812-14." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 21 Nov, 1891, p.498. Small cutout of a soldier holding a bugle. Wood engraving. "Group of officers and instructor, High School Cadets." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 21 Dec 1889, p. 400. Half portraits of Lt. Col. J.R. Armstrong, Lt. Col. R.Z. Rogers, Lt. Col. E.G. Prior. Halftones with some hand colouring, from unidentified publications. Stationery seal of the Northumberland Excelsiors. Studio portrait of the band of the 95th Battalion, Brandon. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 31 Aug, 1889, p.137. Half portraits of Major Foster, Lt. Col. Blair, and Lt. Col. William White. Halftones, partially hand coloured. Regimental badge of the Queen's Own Rifles. Regimental badge of the Saint John Fusiliers. Regimental badge of the Ottawa and Carleton Rifles. "The unveiling of the monumnet to the late John H. Samuel, Victoria Rifles, in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, on 11th October." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 18 Oct, 1861, p.261. Half length portrait of Lt. Col. Dawson, commander of the 10th Battalion, 1892. Albumen print with some hand colouring. Half length portrait of Lt. Col. Jeffrey St. Burlaud (?), 6th Battalion Fusiliers. Signed "Yours Faithfully" by the sitter. Albumen photograph. Lithograph of a boy in military band costume, holding a snare drum. Regimental badge of the 6th Fusiliers. Regimental badge of the 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Half length portraits of Major J.M. Delamere and Major John Stewart. Halftones, from unknown publications. Original negative for Major Stewart is C-4694. Cutout of a solider wearing a backpack. Chromolithograph. Large colour insert of "The Canadian Militia", showing 21 different uniforms. "Given with the Christmas Globe, 1889." See original negative C-6332 for a better copy. Blank 49 regimental badges. Inscribed in ink: "Crests or Badges of some of the corps of active militia, 1871 to 1892." Copied as C-5509. Half portrait of Lt. Col. Cole, commander of the 41st Battalion. Albumen photograph. Half portrait of the commander of the 13th Battalion. Halftone, from an unknown publication. Half portrait of the commander of the 41st Battalion. Albumen photograph. 2 regimental badges of the Brockville Battalion of Rifles, one of the Royal Canadian 13th. Small diagram showing the names and parts of a rifle. Inscription indicates that the rifle is a Snider Enfield. Brief history of the Troop of Canadian Dragoons inscribed on stationery from the Adjutant General's Office. Pasted onto the letter is an official description of how the troop's uniforms will change. Lithographic portrait of Major Gray, Toronto. Original negative 8263. Publication entitled "Fortifications and Defence, Arms &c." presented to the government by the Governor General. Outlines issues regarding Enfield rifles, the number of troops to be stationed in Canada and the rest of the colonies, etc. Publication date: 1869. 15 pages long. Blank Original watercolour of two soldiers from the Halifax Garrison Artillery, 1868, by A.C.S. Wainwright, November, 1892. Short article dated 12 Nov, 1868. Written by Lt. Col. Walker Powell, D.A.G. of Militia, on behalf of Governor General Lord Monck, expressing the Governor General's admiration for the volunteer corps of Canadian soldiers. Blank Three full pages of the Dominion Illustrated, from 6 Apr, 1889. Includes the reproduction of a Notman photograph showing the officers of the 3rd Battalion, Victoria Rifles, and a large drawing of the Victoria Rifles' Armoury in Montreal. Four sheets and one publication have been glued to this page. They include: Map showing the plan of the Wimbledon Common, 1868, where the National Rifle Association was to have its permanent quarters "to encourage rifle shooting throughout the Queen's Dominion." Lithograph by R.M. Seers. Map showing "Ranges and Stopping Place for trains and boats to accompany Guide to the Provincial Rifle Match, Toronto, Ontario, June 22, 1869." Two identical maps showing "Camp ground at Niagara, occupied by a Division of the Active Militia. District No.2 at the annual Drill for the year 1871, consisting of 4795 Officers & men, 511 horses & 12 guns." Publication entitled "Consitution and By-laws of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association, adopted April 3, 1868." Blank Publication titled "Battles and Sieges of the Royal Regiment & Artillery, By an Old Soldier of the Royal Horse Artillery." Printed in London, Ontario, 1891, "Being a summary of reminiscences", describing the practices and past actions of the corps. Publication titled "Strength of the Active Militia, 1881." Comprehensive count of all sectors of the milita by province, noting the number of cavalry, officers and men in both rural and urban areas. The total count for 1881 was 37,576. (According to Statistics Canada, the population of Canada according to the Census of 1881, was 4,324,810). Publication entitled "The Late Royal Light Infantry." Only the last page (15) survives of this publication. Schematic colour print of "Boxer Ammunition for Snider Rifle, -577 Bore." Colour lithograph, 1868-9. View of officers on horseback from the Hamilton and Toronto Batteries at the Niagara camp. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 5 July, 1890, p.8. View of the artillery camp at Niagara. Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 5 July, 1890, p.8. Publication entitled "List of Officers of the Volunteer Militia Force of Montreal, according to seniority and dates fof commission, 1868." All staff, including the champlain, verterinary surgeon, and drill instructors are mentioned. Pasted onto the back cover of the above publication is a coat of arms that features the inscriptions "Honi soit qui mal y pense" and "Dieu et mon droit" (sic), and both a lion and unicorn. Chromolithograph. "Niagara camp: Infantry squad drill." Halftone, from Dominion Illustrated, 5 July, 1890, p.9. View of the comical "Cook's Parade", Queen's Own Rifles, at Niagara. Halftone, Dominion Illustrated, 11 July, 1891, p. 37. Publication dealing with duties and obligations, class structures and rules for cadets at the Royal Military College, Kingston. Publication entitled "Royal Military College of Canada. Report of the Board of Visitors, 1890. Appendix No.7 of the Annual Report of the Departmen of Militia and Defence for the Year 1890)." Reports on the operational details of the college, concluding that its military nature provides valuable training for its graduates, and suggests that the school should be enlarged to accommodate a growing Canadian population. Publication entitled "The Department of Militia and Defence under the honourable Sir A.P. Caron and the Military Force of Canada, 1st January, 1887." Report concerning the current state of the militia, detailing its spending, deployment, and operational details. Large format photograph showing six officers in winter costume posing in an unknown studio. The photograph has been printed on cardstock and folded down the middle. Copied as C-30933 "First reading of a bill respecting the Militia and defence of the Dominion of Canada. House of Commons, March 31st, 1868". Advocates for the creation of a national militia. Publication entitiled "The active Militia of Canada. Lecture delivered on the 24th February, 1892, before the Militiary Institute oat Toronto by Lt.-Col. O'Brien, M.P." Large foldout titled "Statement of expenditure for the Militia and Defence of the Dominion of Canada, under the various Appropriations, from 1867 to 1890, inclusive." Issued by the Department of Militia and Defence, 3 December, 1890. Views of "The Royal Visit - H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught reviewing the Montreal Cadets June 2, 1890," and of "Parliament square, Ottawa" are pasted onto the above publication. Halftones, from unknown publications. "B" Battery's Christmas Greeting, 1892. Photographic reproduction of a composite photo and drawing. Albumen print, copied as C-3249.
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