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Author of Bubbles from the brunnen of Nassau
Author of High-ways and dry-ways
Bubbles from the brunnen of Nassau, Author of
Francis Bond Head
Francis Bond Head (British soldier and Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada)
Francis Bond Head (Brits soldaat (1793-1875))
Francis Bond Head (englischer Schriftsteller und Politiker)
Head, F. B.
Head, F. B. (Sir)
Head, Francis B.
Head, Francis B. (Sir)
Head, Francis Bond
Head, Francis Bond (Sir)
Head, Francis Bond (Sir, bart)
Head, Francis Bud
High-ways and dry-ways, Author of
writer of accompanying material
Aldao, Carlos A. (1860-))
Edmonds, Charles ([from old catalog])
Gardiner, Clinton Harvey
Glenelg, Charles Grant Baron, 1778-1866
Grande-Bretagne Monarque (1830-1837 : Guillaume IV)
Grande-Bretagne. Colonial Office
Haut-Canada Lieutenant-gouverneur (1835-1838 : Head) (see also from)
Haut-Canada Lieutenant-gouverneur (1836-1838 : Head)
Haut-Canada Lieutenant-gouverneur (1836-1838 : Head) (see also from)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Mackenzie, William Lyon (1795-1861)
Upper Canada Lieutenant-Governor (1836-1838 : Head) (see also from)
Upper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1836-1838 : Head)
Ward, H. G. (1797-1860)
Ward, Henry George (1797-1860)
Waterton, Charles (1782-1865)
Wise, S. F. (1924-)
Wise, Sydney F. (1924-)
£50 reward Proclamation, Upper Canada, F.B. Head : Victoria ..
Address of the electors of the city of Toronto to Sir Francis Bond Head, on the subject of the distress occasioned by the stoppage of the supplies with His Excellency's answer thereto.
address to the House of Lords against the bill before Parliament for the union of the Canadas, and disclosing the improper means by which the consent of the legislature of the upper province has been obtained to the measure, An
Britannia and Conway tubular bridges, 1849:
Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau
Canada-Sir F.B. Head : copy of a despatch from Sir F.B. Head, in answer to charges preferred against him by Dr. C. Duncombe, in petition presented to the House of Commons on the August 1836.
Copies or extracts of despatches from Sir F.B. Head, Bart., K.C.H., on the subject of Canada, with copies or extracts of the answers from the secretary of state.
Copy of an explanatory memorandum, addressed by Sir Francis Head to Lord Glenelg, dated the 21st of May last
defenceless state of Great Britain, The
Descriptive essays contributed to the quarterly review
faggot of French sticks, A
few practical arguments against the theory of emigration, A
fortnight in Ireland., A
Freeholders of the township of Pickering sent up an address, signed by 151 of their number ... to which His Excellency was pleased to make the following reply ... list of commissioners appointed by the House of Assembly in the several bills passed by them during the last session, with proposed compensation ..., The
horse and his rider., The
Life in Germany;
life of Bruce, the african traveller. -, The
Lord Glenelg's despatches to Sir F.B. Head, Bart. during his administration of the government of Upper Canada : abstracted from the papers laid before Parliament.
Message from His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor of 30th January, 1836, transmitting a despatch from His Majesty's government
Pampas y los Andes, Las : notas de viaje
Paris in 1851
Pytchley hunt; past and present, its history from its foundation to the present day;, The
Report of the public dinner in honor of Sir Francis Bond Head and the people of Upper-Canada given at the Albion Hotel, Quebec, on Monday, the 25th July, 1836.
Rough notes taken during some rapid journeys across the Pampas and among the Andes
royal engineer, The
Speeches, messages, and replies of His Excellency Sir Francis Bond Head,K.C.H. Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada accompanied by an extract from a despatch of His Excellency to Lord Glenelg, The : together with introductory remarks, and a brief biographical sketch.
Stokers and pokers, or, The London and North-Western Railway, 1849:
Stories of popular voyages and travels; with illustrations.
Three letters to Lord Brougham on the execution in Upper Canada of the traitors Lount and Matthews
Toronto: the grounds upon which are based her claims to be the seat of government of Canada;
Upper Canada Gazette, extraordinary Toronto, Wednesday, 20th April, 1836, by authority.