Author:Vincent, Thomas, and Ann LaBrash (compilers)

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THE NOVA-SCOTIA MAGAZINE 1789-1792, Contents Report and Index

By: Vincent, Thomas, and Ann LaBrash (compilers)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Kingston, Royal Military College of Canada: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 006336

Condition: Very Good to Fine


The fourth title in the Occasional Papers of the Department of English, R.M.C. series, this one a research support document intended for use with Canada's first literary journal, "The Nova-Scotia Magazine" (the same claim is made by the compilers for another magazine toward which they turned their attention, "The Acadian Magazine"; however, since the latter began publication in 1826, it would seem that this one gets the true credit as Canada's first literary journal). Photocopied typescript, stapled, 119 pages (including indices). Tears to top and bottom spine tape. View more info

THE PROVINCIAL, or HALIFAX MONTHLY MAGAZINE 1852-1853, Contents Report and Index

By: Vincent, Thomas, and Ann LaBrash (compilers)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Kingston, Royal Military College of Canada: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 006337

Condition: Near Fine


The sixth title in the Occasional Papers of the Department of English, R.M.C. series, this one a research support document intended for use with an important mid-nineteenth century Nova Scotia literary journal. 35 pages (including indices), photocopied typescript, stapled. A suggestion of wear. View more info

THE ACADIAN MAGAZINE 1826-1828, Contents Report and Index

By: Vincent, Thomas, and Ann LaBrash (compilers)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Kingston, Royal Military College of Canada: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 006338

Condition: Near Fine


The fifth title in the Occasional Papers of the Department of English, R.M.C. series, this one "intended to be a research support document for use with 'The Acadian Magazine', Canada's first literary journal." (The compilers make the same claim for another magazine toward which they turned their attention, "The Nova-Scotia Magazine," and since it began life in 1789, 37 years before this one, it would seem that the true credit as Canada's first literary journal goes there). Photocopied typescript, stapled, 39 pages (including indices). A suggestion of wear. View more info