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LANDMARKS OF CANADA



WHAT ART HAS DONE
FOR CANADIAN HISTORY



A GUIDE TO THE



J. ROSS ROBERTSON

HISTORICAL COLLECTION



IN THE



PUBLIC REFERENCE LIBRARY




TORONTO, CANADA



THIS CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION COVERS THREE THOUSAND

SEVEN HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS AND INCLUDES ORIGINALS

AND REPRODUCTIONS IN EVERY FORM OF ART OF ALL

KNOWN PICTURES IN CONNECTION WITH CANADIAN

HISTORY FROM THE LANDING OF WOLFE_ AT

LOUISBURG IN 1758 TO THE PRESENT TIME.



PRESENTED TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY

BY J. ROSS ROBERTSON



TORONTO,
DECEMBER, 1917



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CONTENTS OF THIS VOLUME



THIS COLLECTION, IN THE LOWER ART ROOM OF THE
REFERENCE LIBRARY, COLLEGE ST., COMPRISES PAINTINGS,
ENGRAVINGS, PORTRAITS, PRINTS, ETC., IN MEZZOTINT,
LINE AND STIPPLE, BY AND AFTER PAINTERS AND EN-
GRAVERS OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL, WITH WATER COLORS,
PASTELS, PENCIL, SEPIA AND WASH DRAWINGS, PEN AND
INK SKETCHES, LITHOGRAPHS AND AQUATINTS BY WELL-
KNOWN BRITISH AND CANADIAN ARTISTS ON SUBJECTS
RELATING TO CANADA AND NEWFOUNDLAND — WITH VIEWS
OF NOTED LANDMARKS OF ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES AND
TOWNS FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC, AND PAR-
TICULARLY THE LANDMARKS OF THE TOWN OF YORK,
NOW TORONTO, THE CAPITAL OF ONTARIO.



THE OVERFLOW OF THE HISTORICAL COLLECTION, CON-
SISTING OF ABOUT ONE THOUSAND HISTORICAL PICTURES,
NOT YET CATALOGUED, IS ON EXHIBITION IN THE UPPER
ART ROOMS OF THE LIBRARY. IN THESE ROOMS MAY BE
SEEN ALSO THE J. ROSS ROBERTSON ORNITHOLOGICAL COL-
LECTION, EMBRACING THE POPE COLLECTION OF TWO
HUNDRED AND TWENTY EXAMPLES IN WATER COLOR AND
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE PICTURES OF A SPECIAL
COLLECTION— ALL OF CANADIAN BIRDS.



CONDITION FOR COPYING

ANY OF THE PICTURES IN THE COLLECTIONS MAY BE
COPIED ON CONDITION THAT PERMISSION IS GRANTED BY
THE CHIEF LIBRARIAN AND THAT EACH REPRODUCTION IS
CREDITED TO THE "J. ROSS ROBERTSON HISTORICAL COL-
LECTION, PUBLIC LIBRARY, TORONTO."



INTRODUCTORY



In a young country, where the struggle for existence seems to be only
too soon followed by the struggle for the mighty dollar, we are but little
concerned with history.

History is supposed to be the work of the teachers, the professors in
the universities, the antiquarians and archivists. And yet, how are we to
understand ourselves and our position as a nation unless there are pre-
served the evidences of our growth and of the struggles of our fathers to
the end that a strong nation might be established? And these evidences
of struggle and growth, so eagerly sought after and so carefully preserved
by the older nations of the world, are not revealed in books, but in repro-
ductions of scenes of the times. These prints tell a story, by the side of
which the printed word is cold and dead, and to see the faces of the men
who accomplished great things for our country, and to see the pictures of
the houses in which they lived and worked, and of the villages and towns
as they were in those times, gives us a thrill of "ancestor worship" which
a discovery in Debrett could never produce.

The Dominion Government has recognized the necessity for the con-
servation and preservation of historical documents by the establishment of
the Archives Department, which is doing a work too little recognized. This
is a great storehouse of national history, but it has the disadvantages of a
storehouse in that its treasures cannot be accessible to all.

Here and there in our country are persons who collect this historical
material as an avocation or hobby, and among these stands pre-eminently
Mr. J. Ross Robertson, whose interest in this intellectual pleasure is known
to collectors the world over. Mr. Robertson believed that the value of
such material lay, not. in the hoarding of it, the mere possession of it, but
in allowing all those who had similar interests to share in the pleasure of
looking at and enjoying these illustrations of the age that has gODe.

The value in money expended on this collection is very considerable,
as those know who are in the market for such illustrations as are trea-
sured in this collection. These are exceedingly hard to obtain, and there
are at least one hundred important exhibits in this collection which have
not been on the London market in complete form for over twenty years,
and dealers do not know where to look for them.

The collection is impressive even to the man who thinks in dollars;
it isjnteresting to those who find in it scenes and persons familiar to them
and recalling the early days of Canada; it is illuminating to the student
of our history; but, above all, it is the national character of the collection
that awakens the deepest emotions — that here is the history of a young
nation, the background of men and events which have brought us to this
critical period in the world's history, and have made us active participators
in the solution of a great world problem and crisis.

To the boy and girl at school; to the young man and woman at college,
whose knowledge of Canadian history is but an acquaintance with the dry
details of a text-book; to the elderly man and woman, who can remember
some of the people and some of the scenes depicted; and even to the people
from other lands who have adopted this country as their home, and wish
to know something of its history — to all these the J. Ross Robertson
Historical Collection will be a means of education as well as recreation,
and the name of the donor will live in everlasting remembrance for this
practical, local and national gift to the city of Toronto.



M166368



The history of this collection is very interesting. In a letter to the
Public Library Board in 1910, Mr. Robertson stated that for many years
he had been collecting examples of the history of Canada from 1758 up to
the present time as exhibits in pictorial form, and that he was anxious that
the public should have the benefit of it. He knew of no more fitting place
than the Public Library, and informed the Board that he was willing to
instal this collection, and, eventually, to give to the Board another collec-
tion of Canadian prints and photos contained in portfolios in his private
library, numbering about 15,000 pieces, to be held by tha Board in
trust for the people of Canada. The only condition made *by Mr.
Robertson was that the' pictures should be placed in a suitable room, with
skilled attendants, covered by insurance, catalogued, and that they should
not be loaned to any person or persons, or removed from the Library
building on College street. The collection was to be known as the "J. Ross
Robertson Historical Collection," and if any one wished to copy a picture
of the collection this might be done only on condition that permission to do
so was obtained from the Librarian, and that the collection was given due
credit on each copy of a picture made, or if published in book or other
form, each reproduction should be credited to the collection.

The formal opening took place 29th January, 1912. The collection at
that time comprised 560 pictures, for these were all that were ready
for hanging. Since then the growth has been marvellous, and to-
day (1917) there are 3,700 pictures in the art room. Indeed, it is the
largest collection of Canadian pictures gathered by any one person, and
that a private person, and in many respects compares favorably with the
2ollection accumulated by Dr. Doughty, in the Dominion Archives at Ottawa.

What might be called the central figure is the magnificent oil portrait
of Governor Simcoe, by E. Wyly Grier, showing the General in the uniform
he wore during the time that he was Lieutenant-Governor (1792-6). It
was fitting that this portrait should be unveiled by Sir John M. Gibson,
Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, when this collection was opened.

A unique feature is the reproduction of about ninety pen and pencil
drawings and water colors, made by Mrs. Simcoe. Were it not for the
gifted hand of the wife of our first Governor, we would never have had the
faithful pictures of places and scenes in Upper and Lower Canada from
1791-6, nor of the early days of the Toronto, Niagara and Kingston settle-
ments that were then, and are now, important places in the history of the
Province of Upper Canada.

The collection has been made up by levying upon practically all the
print shops of the world, and while it covers all Canada it is particularly
rich in the illustrations of Toronto and vicinity. This, of course, can be
well understood when one remembers that Mr. Robertson is a native of
Toronto, and during his whole life has devoted a great deal of his wonder-
ful energy towards building up institutional work within the city.

This is a National Gallery of Canada, where the pictures tell the
stories and link together the men and events so that one can see the evolu-
tion of a nation. This is the visualization of history, and is an endowment
for the boys and girls of to-day who will have an historical background to
enable them to set in proper perspective the national problems that will
soon press for solution.

This is the outcome of the hobby of a great man. Hobbies are inci-
dental to real greatness, and when these hobbies are socialized and applied
to the public good they are the greatest legacy one can leave to mankind.

GEO. H. LOCKE.
December, 1917. Chief Librarian.



PORTRAITS



Alderdice, D., Janitor U.C.C.... 3681
Alderdice, S.> Janitor U.C.C.. . 3680
Alexander, J. M., P. St. And. S. 980
Alexander, Sir Wm, Colonizer 58
Alexander, W., Pres. Stock Ex. 1080
Allan, G. W., Mayor, Tor... 373, 956
Allan, Hon. Wm., P.M., 610, 941 3541

Allan, Mrs. Wm 595

Allen, G. L., Chief Constable.. 777
Allen, J. C, at Louisburg, 1758. 29
Allen, Dr., M.O.H., Toronto.... 3223
Allworth, J., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1029

Ames, A. E., Pres. Stock Ex 1096

Amherst, Gen. J., Gov. Can., 1691 3389
Andrews, Capt. Lake Ont. Fleet 166*
Arbuthnot, Adml., Am. Station 3386
Ardagh, R., Chief Fire Brigade. 3189

Argyll, Duke of 155

Armstrong, Sir R., Com. Forces 138

Armstrong, Wm,, C.E 649, 1116

Arnold,, Col., at Quebec. . 1717, 1719
Arthur, Sir G., Lt.-Gov. U.C.... 420
Arthurs, Wm., P. St. And's Soc. 948
Ashburton, Baron, Statesman.. 1721
Ashfield, J., Engineer Fire Brig. 3188
Auden, H. W., Principal U.C.C. 3657
Austin, A. W., Pres. Con. Gas Co. 631
Austin, Jas., Pres. Con. Gas Co. 627



Bagot, Sir C, Gov.-Gen. Canada 156

Baigent, R., Master U.C.C 3699

Bain, J., Ch. Librarian Tor., 645 977
Baines, W. J., Pres. Stock Ex. . 1091
Baker (Prof.) A., Master U.C.C. 3648
Baldwin, Morgan, Harbor Mast. 592
Baldwin, Hon. R.. 269,271,461, 1050
Baldwin, W. W., U.C. Law Soc. 268
Barber, G. A., Master U.C.C... 3687
Barclay, Rev. J., Toronto, 2512, 3533
Barclay, Rev. John, Kingston. 1204

Barclay, Rev. Peter, Kettle 1205

Barclay, Capt., Gt. Lakes 1201-3

Barre, Rt. Hon., Adjt.-Genl 1711

Barrett, Dr. M., Master U.C.C. 3661

Barrington, Adml. S 1681

Barron, F. W., Principal U.C.C. 3651

Bartlett, W. H., Illustrator 1753

Bayfield, Adml., Sur. Gt. Lakes 1666
Baynes, Col., Mil. Sec. to Brock 1224
Beachall, Jas., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1024
Beard, J. G., Mayor, Toronto.. 372



Beard, R., Engineer Fire Brig. 3187
Beardmore, G. W., P. St. Geo. S. 1034

Beat}', J., Mayor, Toronto 385

Beaty, J. W., Pres. Stock Ex.. 1095

Beaty, R., Pres. Stock Ex 1088

Begbie, Sir M. B., Judge, B.C.. 2751
Begon, M., Intend. New France 1639
Beikie, J., Sher. Home Dist. 10, 897
Bennett, J. H., City Engineer. . 2787

Belford, Chas., Journalist 492

Berczy, C. A., Postmaster. . . 612, 623

Berthon, G. T., Artist 1142

Bethune, Donald, Rl. Mail Line 1077
Bertram, J. H., Coll. Customs. 3553

Bidwell, M. S., M.L.A., U.C 1395

Biggar, C. R. W., City Sol 3230

Bilton, G., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1005

Black, Rev. Armstrong 3536

Blackstock. J., Master U.C.C... 3686
Blaikie, J. L., Pres. Con. Gas Co. 630

Blevins, John, City Clerk 755

Bolton, Duchess of 2100

Boomer, Geo., Magistrate 601

Booth, "Gem," Founder S. Army 247
Booth, Thos., City Engineer. . 2785

Borden, Sir R. L., Premier 1610

Bonnycastle, Sir R. H., R.E. . . 460
Boscawen, Adml., at Louisburg 1708
Bosse, F. X., Apostolic Prefect 329
Boswell, A. R., Mayor, Toronto 387
Bouchette, Lt.-Col. J., Surveyor 215
Bouchette, R. S. M., Com. Cus. 214
Boulton, Rev. W., Master U.C.C. 3646
Boulton, W. H., Mayor, Toronto 370
Boulton, W. S., Civil Engineer. 3530
Bourget, I., Bp. Montreal.. 321, 2827
Bourinot, Sir J., Clk. Hse. Com. 3421
Bowes, J. G., Mayor, Toronto. . 371
Boyd, W. T., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1028
Boys. Dr. Henry, Bursar, U.C.C. 3669
Bradburne, E.. Pres. Stock Ex. 1082

Bradshaw, T., City Treas 3559

Brant, Jos., Capt 158-9, 1673-4

Brant, Capt. J., Son Jos. Brant 1678
Breboeuf, Jean de, Missionary. 1633

Breynton, Rev. J., Halifax 2525

Brock, Sir Isaac 410, 1225, 1690

Brock. H., Master U.C.C 3692

Broke, Sir P. B. V., of Shannon 1170
Brough, R. J., City Engineer. . . 2790

Brough, Judge Seeker 482

Brouse, W. H., Pres. Stock Ex. 1103
Brown, Hon. Geo. . . . 475, 969, 3385
Brown, Jas., Master U.CjC 3676



INDEX TO PORTRAITS.



Brown, J. G., Liberal writer... 474
Brown, Dr. J. N. E., Gen. Hos.. 621
Brown, Peter, Father Hon. Geo. 294

Brown, Mrs. Peter 295

Brown, Thos., Pres. St. Geo. S. 1007

Brown, Rev. T. Crawford 3537

Browne, J., Pres. Stock Ex 1085

Browne, Jas., Wharfinger 1143

Browne, J. O., Dep. Prov. Sur.. 749

Brunei, A., City Engineer 2786

Buchan, David, Bursar, U.C.C 3670
Buchan, John, 'Principal U.C.C.. 3654
Buchanan, Isaac, Merchant 942 1413
Buchanan, J. O., Pres. Stock Ex. 1102
Buller, Chas., Sec. Lord Durham 2734

Burgess, Colin, Minstrel 893

Burnett, Rev. R., Hamilton 2771

Burns, Rev. R., Toronto 2514, 3523
Burritt, A. P., Pres. Stock Ex.. 1101
Bury, Viscount, Supt. Ind. Aff. 132
Butler, Col. J., Butler's Rangers 1228
By, Lt.-Col. J., Founder Ottawa 1391

By, Mrs. John 1392

Byron, Adml., Gov. Nfld 3384

C

Cameron, Col. Dune, York Mills 467
Cameron, J., Commercial Bk. 583, 944

Cameron, Mrs. John 584

Cameron, Hon. J. H., St. And. S. 955

Campbell, Sir A., Lt.-Gov 426

Campbell, J. L., Pres. Stock Ex. 1098
Canniff, Dr., M.O.H. Toronto... 3222
Capreol, F. C, O.S. & Huron Ry. 1113
Carfrae, T., Coll. Customs 3543, 3604

Carleton (Dorchester), Gov 3315

Carnochan, Miss J., Niagara . . 1222
Carpmael, C, Tor. Observatory 1067
Carr, J., Mayor.. 378, 591, 752, 3513
Cartier, Sir. Geo. E., Prov. Sec. 81
Cartier, Jacques, Discoverer . . 1706
Cartwright, Sir R., Min. of Fin. 1621
Cassels, A., Pres. St. And's Soc. 964
Cassels, R., Pres. St. And's Soc. 971
Cassels, W. G., Pres. Stock Ex. 1084
Cassels, W. G., Pres. Stock Ex. 1093

Caswell, T., City Solicitor 3231

Cathcart, Earl, Gov.-Gen 1606

Cattenach, A. J., P. St. And. S. 953
Caughey, Rev. J., Evangelist.. 2505
Caven, Rev. Wm., Prin. Knox C. 3218
Cayley, Rev. J. D., Toronto . . . 2518
Chambers, C. E., Com. Parks.. 3585

Chambers, J., Com. Parks 3583

Champion, T., Merchant, Toronto 1136

Champlain, Funder Quebec 1641

Charbonnel, Rt. Rev., Bp. . 249, 2535
Chauncey, Com. Capture York. 1147
Checkley, Rev. F., Master U.C.C. 3679



Cherriman, Prof., Tor. Observ. 1065

Chisholm, D., City Com 3517

Chisholm, W. C, City Sol 3232

Church, T. L., Mayor, Toronto. . 400
Clark, Dr. D., Pres. St. And. S. 962
Clark, Dr. E., Supt. Gen. Hos.. . 616
Clark, Sir W. M., Lt.-Gov. 429, 967

Clark, Lady 455

Clarke, Sir A. Lt.-Gov. L.C.... 1718
Clarke, Col., CI. Assembly, Ont 3413
Clarke, Dr., Supt. Gen. Hos.... 622
Clarke, E. F., Mayor, Toronto . . 389
Clarkson, T., Merchant, Toronto 792
Clement, Mrs. John, Niagara.. 1249
Clench, Lt.-Col., Judge, Niagara 2774

Coady, R. T., City Treas 3557

Coatsworth, E., Sr., City Com.. 3514
Coatsworth, E., Mayor, Tor... 396

Cockburn, G. R. R 629,966, 3653

Cody, Rev. H. J., Toronto 2524

Coffin, Sir I., Com. Navy Halifax 1729

Colbert, J. B., Statesman 1699

Colborne (Lord Seaton) 160, 417, 834

Cole, Mrs. F. C 3269

Collier, Adml. Sir George 3319

Collier, Lady (Elizabeth Fryer) 3320

Conde, Prince de, Viceroy 1653

Connaught, Duke of, Gov.-Gen. 169
Connon, C. W., Master U.C.C... 3693

Connor, Skeffington, Judge 634

Cook, Capt, Explorer 1640

Cooper, J., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1010
Copp, J. C, Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1020
Cornwallis, Hon. E., Fdr. Halifax 2193
Cosby, A. M., Pres. St. And. Soc. 965

Cosby, Adml. Phillips 2749

Cotton, Major-Gen. Wm. H 609

Cottrell, Mrs., Shopkpr, Toronto 3696
Cox, Hon. G. A., Pres. Can. Life 3605

Craig, Sir Jas., Gov.-Gen 1605

Crawford, Isabella V., Poetess 2742
Crawford, Hon. J. W., Lt.-Gov.. 423

Crease, Gen. A. R. V., R.E 3609

Crickmore, J., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 991
Crombie, M. C, Prin. Gram. S.. 2807
Cronyn, Rt. Rev. B., Bp. Huron 2508
Crooks, Hon. J., Legislator..,. 1234
Crookshank, G., Dep. Com Gen. 598
Crookshank, Miss Rachel, York 307
Cumberland, F. Barlow.. 1031, 3712

Cumberland, F. W 1004, 3711

Cunard, Sir S., F. Steamship Co. 2738
Cuningham, G. C, City Engineer 2793

D

Dade, Rev. C, Master U.C.C... 3662

Dalhou&ie, Earl, Gov.-Gen 174

Daly, Chas., City Clerk 751

Daly, Sir D., Prov. Sec. L.C.... 30



INDEX TO PORTRAITS.



Damville due, Viceroy 1638

Darling, Sir C, Gov. Nfld 37

Darling, Rev. W. S., Toronto . . 2507

Davidson, Lieut.-Col. J. 1 978

Daville, F. T., Sheriff York... 903

Davison, Alex., of Quebec 171

Day, J. E„ Pres. St. Geo. Soc. . 995
Des Barres, Rev. T. C., Toronto 2523
D'Estrades, Comte, Viceroy . . . 1646
D'Estrees, Comte, Viceroy .... 1645

De Gaspe, P. A., Author 1657

De la Haye, J., Master U.C.C.. . 3658

De Longueuil, Baroness 3281

De Longueuil, Baroness 3280

De Rottenburg, Baron 1688

De Salaberry, Col 77

De Salaberry, I.M.L.A 75

De Salaberry, Madame 76

De Soissons, Comte, Viceroy . . 1654
Delorme, L., Clk. Assembly, Que. 3425
Denison, Lieut.-Col., "Bellevue" 486
Denison, Col., Magistrate... 485, 603
Denison, Col. G. T., "Rusholme" 494

Denison, Capt. J., York 493

Denison, Lt.-Col. R. B 607

Denison, Sir W. T., Engineer.. 173
Desjardins, L. G., Clk. Assm., Q. 3426

Dick, Capt. J., Mariner 3603

Dick, Capt. Thos., Mariner 633

Dickson, Geo.. Prin. U.CjC 3655

Dickson, Hon. Wm., M.L.C., U.C. 1248

Dodd, John, Master U.C.C 3701

Dodgson, R., Pres. St. Geo. Soc. 1023

Dorchester, Lady 3316

Dorion, Sir A. A., Min. of Jus.. 2743
Douglas, J., Coll. of Customs.. 3550
Draper, Maj. F. C, Ch Constable 780
Draper, Hon. W. H., P. St. G. S. 986

Drayton, H. L. (Sir) 3207

Drayton, P. H., P. St. Geo. Soc. 999
Drummond, Rev. D. R., Hamilton 2770
Drummond, Sir G., Pres. U.C... 412
Duckworth, Adml., Gov. Nfld... 2305
Duggan, Hon. Geo., Recorder.. 313
Duhamel, Mgr. J. T., Archbp . . 320
Dumoulin, Rev. J. P., Bp. Niagara 3201
Duncombe, Dr. C, Reform Ldr. 20
Dunlop, Dr. W. of Canada Co. . . 3612
Dunn, Col. A. R., at Balaclava. . 3417
Dunn, Hon. J. H., Rec.-G. U.C. 24, 244

Durham, Earl, Gov.-Gen 1612

Durnan, G., Lighthouse. Toronto 476

Durie, Lieut.-Col. W. S 606

Dwight, H. P., Pres. G.N.W. Tel. 201



Eakin, Rev. T., St. And. Ch., Tor. 3638
Eastwood, J., Fndr Todmorden. 3616
Edwards, Adml., Gov. Nfld 2254



Edwards, R., Sec. Mech. Inst.. 360

Elgin, Earl, Gov.-Gen 172, 1600

Elliot, R. W., P. St. Geo. Soc... 1032
Esson, Rev. H., Prof. Knox Coll 3418
Evans, G. M., Master U.C.C. .. 3674
Ewart, J., Pres. St. And. Soc. 957



Fabre, Mgr., Archbp. Montreal 319

Falconbridge, Sir G., C.J 301

Fergusson, G. T., P. Stock Ex. 1097

Fitzgibbon, Col. Jas 1217,3406

Fleming, J., Prov. Land Sur. . . 3590
Fleming, R. J., M'y'r, Tor. 390, 361)5, 71
Fleming, Sir S. Engineer. 2748, 2826
Flint, T. B., Clerk Hse. Com... 3422
Forbes, H. R., Pres. Stock Ex.. 1089
Forman, J. C, Assess. Com.... 3572
Forster, Mrs., Toronto. . . 1124, 1139
Fothergill, C, Pub. U.C. Gazette 3710
Fotheringham, J. T., U.C.C... 3706
Frankland, H. R., P. St. Geo. S. 1038

Franklin, Sir. J., Explorer 21

Fraser, Gen. Simon, Quebec, 1759 126

Frasef, Simon, Explorer 2750

Fraser, W. H., Master U.C.C... 3691
Freeland, E. B., Pres. Stock Ex. 1105
Freeland, P., Chandler, Toronto 597

Frobisher, J., Fdr. N.W. Co 2408

Frobisher, Sir M., Navigator.. 1658
Frontenac, Sister of Count de. 1728

Frost, Geo., Janitor U.C.C 3683

Fulford, Rev., Bp. Montreal 72

Fuller, Rev. T. B., Bp Niagara. 2517
Fullerton, J. S., Corp. Counsel. 3206
Furrer E., Master U.O.O 3702



Gale, Rev. A., Hamilton.. 245, 2797
Galissonniere, Comte de la 1634, 1644
Gait, Sir A. T., Min. of Finance 2733

Gait, John, Founder, Guelph 2741

Gambier, Adml., Gov. Nlfd 2296

Gamble, Mrs. John 791

Gamble, J. Clark, City Sol. 2818, 3227
Gander, J. M., Pres. St. Geo. S. 1035
Gandier, Rev. A., Prin. Knox C. 3220
Gardiner, Dr. C, Supt. Gen. H. 617
Garneau, F. X., Can. Historian 1622

Garrett, Lieut., 49th Regt 3364

Geary, G. R., Mayor 398, 3208

Geoffrion, L. P., CI. Assm., Que. 3427

George V., H. M 2009

Gibson, Sir J. M., Lt.-Gov. Ont. . 430
Gilbert, Sir H., Colonist, N.A. . 54
Gilkison, Capt., Fndr. Elora. . 1393-4

Gill, Jas., Master U.C 3703

Gillmor, Col., CI. Assm., Ont... 3412
Givins, G. E., son of Col. Givins 632



VIII.



INDEX TO PORTRAITS.



Givins, Col. Supt. Ind. Aff. 1663-1671
Givins, Miss M. A. A., of Toronto 3574
Givins, Rev. S., St. Paul's, Tor. 2522
Gooderham, Geo., Toronto .... 1048
Gooderham, G. H., P. St. Geo. S. 1017
Gooderham, Wm., sr., Toronto. 1046
Gooderham, Wm., jr., Philantrpst 1047
Goodwin, Lt.-Col. Fencing Master 647
Gordon, Sir A., Lt.-Gov. N.B. . . 2223
Gordon, D. G., Master U.C.C... 3707
Gordon, J., Pres. St. And. Soc. 975
Gore Lt.-Gov. U.C...362, 409, 1669

Gosford, Earl of, Gov.-Gen 1627

Gowan, Ogle R 596

Graham J., Pres. St. And. Soc. 9S2
Graham, T., Fire Chief, Toronto 3190
Granger, F. H., Scenic Artist.. 771
Grant, Hon. A., Admin. U.C. 181, 408
Grant, G. Monro, Prin. Queen's 2757
Grant, Sir Wm., Atty.-Gen., Que. 170
Grasett, Rev. H. J., Toronto 275, 3200
Grasett, Lt.-Col., Chief Constable 781
Gray, J., Pres. Bk. Montreal... 3631
Green, Rev. A., Pres. Can. Conf. 254

Grey, Earl, Gov.-Gen 149

Grey, Sir C, Com.-in-Chief 147

Grey, C, Brit. Prime Minister. 151

Grey, Sir C, Canada, 1839 150

Grey, Rt. Hon. H., Under-Secy. 148
Gurnett, Geo., Mayor, Tor... 366, 600

Gwillim, Lt.-Col 3276

Gzowski, C. S., Pres. Stock Ex. 1094

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Haliburton, Judge 2211, 2746

Hamilton, A., York Pioneers.. 785
Hamilton, G., Fndr. Hamilton. 3415

Hamilton, Hon. R., Niagara 1306

Hammond, Sir A. S., Gov. N.S. 2166
Hammond, G., Br. Mm. to U.S.. 1687
Hammond, H. C, P. Stock Ex.. 1092
Hampton, Dr., Supt. Gen. Hos. 618
Hardy, Adml. Sir Charles .... 1608
Harman, D. M., P. St. Geo. Soc. 1037
Harman, G. F., P. St. Geo. Soc. 1022
Harman, S. B... 381, 1008, 3556, 3568
Harper. J. Builder, Toronto... 3613

Harris,"Rev. Jas., Toronto 3522

Harris, Mrs. J 1137

Harris, Rev. J., Prin. U.C.C... 3649
Harris, R. C. Com. Works 2796, 3516

Harris, R. W., Merchant 1414

Harris, T. D., HarborMaster 590, 3186
Harrison, T. H., City Engineer.. 2784

Harvey, Sir J., Gov. N.S 185

Harvie, J., Ont. S. & H. Ry.... 1078
Hastings, Dr. C. J. O , Toronto 3225
Head, Sir E. W., Gov.-Gen 1628



Head, Sir F. B., Lt.-G. U.C. 179, 418

Healey, Joe, Blood Indian 2454

Hearne, S., Arctic Explorer 31, 2758
Henderson, Wm., St. And. Soc. 959

Hendrie, Miss Enid 3491

Hendrie,, Sir J. S„ Lt.-Gov., 431, 3490

Hendrie, Lady 3489

Hendrie, Wm., Hamilton 3497

Henry, A., Fur Trader 2752

Heward, Mrs. Stephen 599

Hewitt, A., Mgr. Con. Gas Co... 582
Higgins, W., Ch, Constable, Tor. 774

Hillier, Mrs. (Miss Givins) 3589

Hills, Rev. G., Bp. Columbia... 2526
Hime, H. L. Pres. Stock Ex.... 1083

Hind, Dr. H. Y., Geologist 650

Hind, W. G. R.. Artist 3250

Hocken, H. C, Mayor, Toronto 399

Hodder, Dr., Com. R.C.Y.C 604-5

Holland, S., Surv.-Gen.. Que... 1677

Holland, A. E. C 167&

Holland, Major H 1685

Holmes, R., Master U.CC 3695

Hooper, E., druggist, Toronto.. 768

Hooper, Mrs. E 769

Hope, Col. Henry, Admin. Que. 2004

Hope, Wm., Pres. Stock Ex 1087

Horwood, G. C, N. Am. Hotel, Tor. 643
Howard, J.G.835, '37, '41, '46, 3575,3660

Howard, Mrs. John G 831, 847

Howard, J. S., Postmaster 611, 641

Howard, Mrs. J. Scott 636, 640

Howe, J., Prominent N. Scotian 1625
Howe, M. Prin. Tor. Gram. Sch. 2808
Howland, O. A., Mayor, Toronto 394
Howland, W. H., Mayor, Toronto 388
Howland, W. P., Lt.-Gov. Ont.. 422
Huckett, W. J., O.S. & H. Ry.. 3614
Hudson, R. S., P. St. Geo. Soc. 1036



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