(Saint John Mechanics' Institute Prize Essays) New Brunswick as a Home for Emigrants: with the Best Means of Promoting Immigration and Developing the Resources of the Province.


Ellis - First Prize Essay, 60pp.; Edgar - Second Prize Essay, 37pp. four pages bound out of order, 21/22, 27/28, 31/32, 35/36; Brown - Third Essay, 21pp.; Till - Fourth Essay, 25pp. Burtis - Fifth Essay, 50pp. The five essays are bound together in contemporary quarter leather with brown cloth boards, pp.11/12 in Essay two becoming loose, light wear to leather spine and cloth boards, remnant of paper spine label at base of spine, feps. have bookplates of (Jonas) Horne, Saint John, W.C. Milner, Halifax and the signature of Ewart G Morse.

Title: (Saint John Mechanics' Institute Prize Essays) New Brunswick as a Home for Emigrants: with the Best Means of Promoting Immigration and Developing the Resources of the Province.

Author Name: Ellis, J.V.; Edgar, James; Brown, Hon. James; Till, William; Burtis, W.R.M.

Categories: History, New Brunswick,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Saint John, N.B., Barnes and Company: 1860

Binding: quarter leather, cloth boards

Book Condition: Good

Size: 12mo.

Seller ID: Books005355

Keywords: New Brunswick, Prize Essays, Saint John, Mechanics' Institute, Immigration, Settlers, pre-confederation, Atlantic Canada