1 edition of Canadian imprints, 1751-1800, identified and arranged by Tremaine numbers found in the catalog.
Canadian imprints, 1751-1800, identified and arranged by Tremaine numbers
Written in English
|Contributions||Tremaine, Marie, 1902-, Public Archives of Canada|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine’s A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, – Toronto: U of Toronto P, pp. ZT7 A retrospective national bibliography of Canadian imprints (including newspapers and magazines) from through The 1, entries of the volume are divided in two parts. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. TV News. Top.
The book is neither all-inclusive nor completely accurate, but it is important in view of its comprehensiveness. It is arranged according to author, commentator, editor, and publisher, with an alphabetical index to the Hebrew works appended to the end of the third volume. The format of each book is noted, and sometimes the number of pages as well. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Full text of "The history of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman family in America; with the related families of Mack, Dey, Board and Ayers; being a history of Joseph Truman of New London, Conn. (); John Mack of Lyme, Conn. (); Richard Dey of New York city (); Cornelius Board of Boardville, N.J. (); John Ayer of Newbury, Mass. (); and their descendants". Bibliography of Canadian bibliographies: Alternate Title: Bibliographie des bibliographies canadiennes: Creator: Tanghe, Raymond, Contributor: Bibliographical Society of Canada: Publisher: Toronto: Published in association with the Bibliographical Society of Canada by University of Toronto Press: Date Issued: Description.
An Advanced geography of the British Isles
Emotional problems and what you can do about them
Instrumental Music (William Walton Edition Vol 20)
Folens ideas bank listening and performing.
Four handsome negresses
Love Always Mom:
Guardians of the great commission
What happens after death?
CIMA practice & revision kit
Policies of audiovisual producers and distributors
book of the bench
Biographical Dictionary of Medical Emigrees to Great Britain 1930s-1950s
Colour in Communication (The Wonderful World of Colour)
John the Transitional Pope.
The goals of this project are to identify, locate, and publicize the 1751-1800 of major sets of microfilm pertaining to the history, culture, language and literature of France and francophone countries. The selected microfilm resources have significant research value and reflect holdings in European and North American libraries and archives.
Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, (Toronto: Toronto University Press, ). InMarie Tremaine left her position as Associate Head of the Reference Division of the Toronto Public Library, to which she had been promoted into become Director of the Bibliography Project of the.
records of book ownership as objective indices of cultural change. In English Canada we have applied the rigor of analytical bibliog-raphy to the study of Canadian imprints fromwhen the first press was established at Hahfax, on into the nineteenth century. As Thomas Tanselle has remarked of our adopted English practice.
Canadian Imprints, The collection is based on Tremaine's bibliography, with the material identified and arranged by Tremaine numbers. It includes everything published during the periodarranged to show each year's output from all the provinces' : Hssd Koerner. • Canadian Imprints,  The collection is based on Tremaine's bibliography, with the material identified and arranged by Tremaine numbers.
It includes everything published during the period, arranged to show each year's output from all the provinces' presses. Includes books. Early Canadian printing: a supplement to Marie Tremaine's A bibliography of Canadian imprints, / Patricia Lockhart Fleming and Sandra Alston.
-- Toronto ; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, c xxiii, p. ; 24 cm. AAS Call Number: RefN Canada 01 Suppl. Fleming, P. Atlantic Canadian imprints Fleming,Patricia. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, By Marie Tremaine. Toronto, Uni-versity of Toronto Press, $ Books and Printing: A Typo- Treasury for philes. By Paul A. Bennett. Cleveland & New York. The World Publishing Com-pany, P., $ In some of the review articles which I have contributed from time to time to C&RL.
Tremaine, Marie. A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, o. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, xxx, pp. Cloth, $ (isbn ) Fleming, Patricia, and Sandra Alston. Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine's A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, (29) Patricia Lockhart Fleming and Sandra Mston, Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine's A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ).
(30) National Library of Canada, Canadiana: Canada's National Bibliography (Ottawa: National Library of Canada, ). OCLC Number: Notes: Daté: A Québec, le 31 janvier Cette circulaire fut probablement préparée à la requête de François Le Maistre, adjudant général de la milice, pour être envoyée aux officiers de la milice dans diverses localités de la province--Cf.
A bibliography of Canadian imprints, / M. Tremaine (no ). Tremaine, Marie. A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, Toronto: U of Toronto P, [Z TROBAREF] Available on microfilm.
[F CMICR] Supplemented by: Fleming, Patricia. Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine's A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, Toronto: U of Toronto P, [Z T7 readers for a number of sites around the Atlantic rim.3 This paper brings these studies together and so we can identify the ―native-born‖ American printers and those who immigrated from Marie Tremaine, A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ); Benjamin Franklin V, ed., Boston.
This is the classic bibliography of English-language Canadiana for the period Another important bibliography of Canadiana is Marie Tremaine's A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints,published by the University of Toronto Press in A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, – Toronto: U of Toronto P, pp.
ZT7 A Supplement to Marie Tremaine’s A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, – Toronto: U of Toronto P, pp. ZT7 the reliance on library call numbers to identify genre or subject matter means there will. Today's profile is Marie Tremaine, "Canada's foremost bibliographer," who is remembered for her A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints:A Bibliography of Canadiana, and Arctic Bibliography.
Tremaine's work on Canadian bibliography remains unparalleled. The availability of the literature of the law, an aspect of legal culture rarely considered in twentieth century Canadian commentary on the ‘reception’ of imperial laws, must have had a great deal to do with the way that sources of law informed and reflected the developing jural values, doctrine, and methodology of the British North American provinces.
Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine's 'A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, - ' Early Childhood Curricula and the De-pathologizing of Childhood: Early Christian Chapels in the West: Decoration, Function, and Patronage: Early English Metre: The Early : A Study of the Scientific. Notes to the Introduction.
For discussions of the manner and circumstances of the publication of Abram ’s Plains: A Poem. see Marie Tremaine.A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).
and George L. Beginnings of the Book Trade in Canada (Toronto. Buffa. (93) The most complete listing of John Neilson's publications is provided in Marie Tremaine, A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ) and Patricia Lockhart Fleming and Sandra Alston, Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine's A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints.
Modernity, tradi- tion, and the audience. Conservative opposition to comic books. La Comision Calificadora Comic books respond to their critics The lessons of cultural conservatism. Notes. Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, Marie Tremaine. University of Toronto Press. xxix, pp.
Index.Eventually the database will supersede Tremaine, Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, and Evans, American Bibliography and its various supplements and continuations. Q Sabin, Joseph, Wilberforce Eames, and R.
W. G. Vail, eds. Bibliotheca Americana: A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time (Sabin).
On the Johnson connection, see Tremaine, Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, ``Memorial of Alexander and James Robertson, Printers,'' MaPapers of the Loyalist Claims Commission, AO 12/19/, David Library of the American Revolution, Washington Crossing, Pa.