2 edition of Halifax, 1749-1949. found in the catalog.
D. C. Harvey
Cover title. Reprinted from the Canadian geographical journal, January, 1949.
|Contributions||Canadian geographical journal|
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Bibliotheca Radcliviana, , Catalogue of an exhibition. Oxford, Rawlinson, Richard, Non-juring bishop (), antiquary and collector, had formed a foreign, classical and English library, and bought a large proportion of the Oriental and other volumes at the sale of his brother Thomas's library in He had been a. Reginald V. Harris was a noted historian specializing in Nova Scotia, judicial, and church history. He was active for years in community and public service, wrote several histories of educational institutions and was the author of The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, N.S., - Halifax FRASER, ALEXANDER LOUIS - Ruth and other Poems FRASER, WILLIAM DOUGLAS - Nor'east for Louisburg FRASER, A.M (EDITED BY) - The Newfoundland Industrial Development Board and its Work A record of the Activities of the Board Prepared by H. J. Russell, Director, and L.J. Harnum, Secretary.
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Genre/Form: Church history History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harris, Reginald V. (Reginald Vanderbilt), Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia: Toronto, Ryerson Press, Hartling, Philip L.
Where Broad Atlantic Surges Roll: A History of Beaver Harbour, Port Dufferin. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 96 pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: Frontier to rural Nova Scotia, the birth of a housing tradition --The vocabulary of Nova Scotia working class architecture --Housing for the working classes of Halifax, --Company houses, Company towns --Housing movements and the working class, --Government.
When You are in Halifax; (Toronto: Church Book Room, ). Hannay, James (): § I note from The Akins Collection of Books (PANS) that there was a "James Hannay" who distributed reports of the midth century cases of the Supreme Court of New Brunswick, I believe this to be our author.
One Hundred and Fifty Years of the First Baptist Church Halifax, N.S. - by Edwin D. King; - by J. Gordon Quigley By: King, D.
Edwin & J. Gordon Quigley. Price: $ The Canadian Church Congress and other proceedings at Halifax, Windsor and Annapolis Royal, N.S., in connection with the Bicentenary Commemoration of the Church of England in Canada, Published: () Year book church directory and historical records.
The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova 1749-1949. book by Reginald V. Harris, K.C., D.C.L. (Ryerson Press, ) St Paul's was for ninety-six years () the church of the Army and Navy stationed in Halifax. The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, by Harris, Reginald V. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at St.
Paul's Church is an evangelical Anglican church in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, within the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island of the Anglican Church of is located at the south end of the Grand Parade, an open square in downtown Halifax with Halifax City Hall at the northern end.
The church is modelled after Marybone Chapel in Westminster, London, which was Churchmanship: Low church. The Drained Cup and Other Poems (Signed) By: Fraser, Alexander Louis.
Price: $ Publisher: Saint John, N.B, Saint John Globe: A View of Halifax by D.C. Harvey Vital statistics from Halifax newspapers, by Jean M. Holder Vital statistics from Halifax newspapers, by Jean M. Holder. 1749-1949. book Thomas Twining (14 May – 8 November ) was a protestant minister in Nova Scotia.
Twining served as principal of King’s College School in Windsor, Nova Scotia (). He also served as a curate to John Inglis at St. Paul's Church (Halifax) (). Twining also became the headmaster of Halifax Grammar School (). He became the lifelong sinecure of the chaplain to the. MOWAT (A. S.) comp., years of art in Halifax: an cxhibition prepared in honour of the bicentenary of the fou~ding of the city of Halifax, N.S.
(Halifax, Halifax compiler, Dalhousie University,Halifax pp., ill.). Life Edit. Fraser was born in Blue Mountain, Pictou County, Nova Scotia. He was educated at Dalhousie University, Halifax; Pine Hill Divinity Hall, Halifax; and New College, Edinburgh. Fraser was the Presbyterian minister in Great Village, Nova Scotia, inand active in the village's Christophian (or Kritisophian) Literary Society founded by his predecessor, W.M.
Crawford. Title: Halifax as an International Strategic Factor, Author: C. Stacey Created Date: 4/29/ PM. ALMON, WILLIAM BRUCE, doctor, office holder, and politician; b. 25 Oct. in Halifax, son of William James Almon* and Rebecca Byles, a daughter of Mather Byles*; m.
29 Jan. Laleah Peyton Johnston, daughter of William Martin Johnston and Elizabeth Lichtenstein, in Annapolis Royal, N.S.; they had 11 children, including William Johnston*; d. 12 July in Halifax. *Deed Book 7,Halifax Co., VA (Chiarito) NS *Entry Record Book, Land Entries in the Present VA Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin, & Patrick (Chiarito) NS *Footprints from the Old Survey Books of Halifax & Pittsylvania Cos.
in Virginia (Dodson) NS. The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia,by Reginald V. Harris ; foreword by George Frederick Kingston., Toronto Public Library. NUTTING, JAMES WALTON, lawyer, editor, and office-holder; b. probably in at Kempt, Hants County, N.S., the son of John Nutting, a Boston loyalist, and Mary Walton; m.
9 July Mary Elizabeth MacLean, and they had three sons and two daughters; d. 7 July at Halifax, N.S. James Walton Nutting probably obtained his early schooling at King’s Collegiate School, Windsor, N.S. A View of Halifax, Add to clipboard. Item; Item is an article relating the history of Halifax, N.S.
Item is a tribute of sympathy and affection written by officials at Halifax's Charles Street Church to Mrs. James Harris on the death of her husband in MS, SF Folder 6 Accession includes the minute book from. "Halifax, ," Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol.
38 (), pp. Ottawa. Headlam, John Emerson Wharton and Sir Charles Callwell History of the Royal Artillery, Royal Artillery Institution, Woolwich . 3 vols. Hitsman, John Mackay Safeguarding Canada, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, by Reginald V.
Harris: Churches of Nova Scotia by Robert Tuck: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. New Brunswick, Canada. Prince Edward Island, Canada. Related book awards.
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Rev. William Tutty () and his assistant, Rev. William Anwyl (), the first clergymen of St. Paul's, were missionaries sent from England by the Venerable Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (SPG) in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada Picture Packet - Halifax, N.S.
Bicentenary - Total of 16 Full Color Picture Cards - Vintage Souvenir 4GetMeNotTreasures 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite. Full text of "A pocket guide book of historic Halifax, Nova Scotia, from the Citadel" See other formats % %*»* sMIM \\l>t sS**// O MERGES MARI (wealth from the sea) ISTORIC HALIFAX NOVA SCOTIA FROM THE CITADEL i FH17 x Research Library E BOOK o -H CQ o Ph Ph o o Ph o H so SO — i so 1^ o os 2 s °0 CNJ CM C> CN4 CM (\J CM ^ ^ rr> r*-; ~T rt T T ° 3 >-".2 5 c 2 U.
This book has a highly decorated spine with raised bands, and gilt decoration and lettering. Brown 3/4 leather on chestnut cloth boards. The front cover bears an embossed gilt shield which reads "Davenport School for Boys, Portland Manor, St. John, N.B." Inside the cover there is a label indicating that the book had been awarded to a student for Latin in Fort Pitt cairn.
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Now in its third edition, the book has been updated with a new gallery of This moving, evocative memoir, woven with lyrical descriptions of the sights and smells of. Item is a reproduction of a chapter from Mullaly's book, featuring an account of a trip to Newfoundland.
Chapter X mentions a group of one hundred Mi'kmaq in North Sydney. The group lived chiefly by making baskets and ornaments. Describes living conditions, attitudes toward white man. Paul's in the Grand Parade, / Sarah Baxter Emsley. BX H34 S32 The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, / by Reginald V.
Harris. in the glass cabinet in the Reference section and are not available for circulation. Patrons are welcome to come to the Library and view any of these resources. years of Scotsburn:.
New Kent County, Saint Peter's Parish The Vestry Book New Kent County, St. Peter's Church The Parish Register to Newport News, Denbigh. The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, / by Reginald V. Harris ; foreword by George Frederick Kingston. BX H34 S33 The church on the hill: a history of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Hawkesbury, Ontario, and its people / by William R.
Byers. R. Harris, The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia: – (Toronto, ). Rawlyk, Yankees at Louisbourg. Robin Reilly, The rest to fortune: the life of Major-General James Wolfe (London, ).Children: Ann Durell.
Item is a photocopy of a book of music containing strathspeys, reels, and jiggs for the violin, as well as the violoncello and harpsichord. A Document Study of the Establishment of the Negroes in Nova Scotia Between the War of and the Winning of Responsible Government.The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia: – (Toronto, ), p.
Yet the English Wesleyan missionary Charles Churchill could still detect “deeply rooted Antinomian prejudice” in western Nova Scotia in the late s. See Churchill, Charles, Memorials of Missionary Life in Nova Scotia (London, ), p.
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