3 edition of The U.E., a tale of Upper Canada. found in the catalog.
The U.E., a tale of Upper Canada.
|Series||Toronto reprint library of Canadian prose and poetry|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||178|
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tells the story of Walwyn and his sons, Ethwald and Eric, who come to Upper Canada from Yorkshire in the late s, and the United Empire Loyalist Ranger John and his sons, Herman, Hendrick, Simcoe, and Hugh. Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirby, William, U.E.; a tale of Upper Canada.
[Toronto, Buffalo, University of Toronto. A lengthy narrative poem about the United Empire Loyalists of Canada, and described by Morgan as "the most thoroughly distinctive poem we possess." Kirby went on to become one of the best known Canadian authors of the last half of the 19th century perhaps best remembered for his historical novel, The Golden Dog (Montreal, ).Book Edition: 1st.
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A long narrative written in rhyming couplets and presented in 12 cantos, The U.E. tells the story of Walwyn and his sons, Ethwald and Eric, who come to Upper Canada from Yorkshire in the late s, and the United Empire Loyalist Ranger John and his sons, Herman, Hendrick, Simcoe, and Hugh.
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From –, he was a collector of customs at Niagara, and inhe became a charter member of the Royal Society of Canada. He died at Niagara on 23 June Kirby's first full-length work was a long narrative, The U.E.: a tale of Upper Canada.
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This is a great story from a Canadiana perspective. It is about the adventures of three teens who get lost in the wilds of Upper Canada in the 's and what they do to survive.
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"Away" is the Irish term for being possessed by the spirits, and the spirit world is never far from Urquhart's tale. Near the opening of the book, Mary watches the flotsam from a shipwreck wash ashore: a prodigious number of cabbages, silver teapots bobbing in the brine, barrels of whiskey, and carried on them like a raft, a half-drowned young by: 3.
Kirby’s writings during the s reflected his pro-British sentiments. He was also a versatile writer who authored an epic poem—The U.E.: A Tale of Upper Canada in XII Cantos ()—and a historical work—Annals of Niagara ().
In addition, Kirby corresponded with many prominent literary and political figures in England and Canada. BOOK - The Old United Empire Loyalists List, Originally Published as The Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada By The Centennial Committee, United Empire Loyalists Originally published by Rose Publishing Co., Toronto, This facsimile.
This book is about the Loyalists who settled in Upper Canada. “To present a picture of the early settlements of Ontario and enter into the daily life of the pioneers is a most fascinating task. in our search for information concerning the evolution of the homestead, and the customs and peculiarities of the common folk of long ago.“.
The first newspaper in the province, the “Upper Canada Gazette” established in to disseminate government information, is a valuable historical record.
When Upper Canada was formed under the Constitutional Act ofits first capital was Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake), and its first Lieutenant-Governor was John Graves : Charles Roland.A Tale Of Three Lions; Wessex Tales; The U.e.: A Tale Of Upper Canada; Madam Crowl's Ghost, And Other Tales Of Mystery; Eugene Aram: A Tale; The Old Wives' Tale; Black Magic: A Tale Of The Rise And Fall Of The Antichrist; Victory: An Island Tale; Black Rock: A Tale Of The Selkirks; Corporal Cameron Of The North West Mounted Police: A Tale Of.A Tale of Upper Canada, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada Works published in other languages Edit Victor Hugo, La Légende des siècles, first series (see other series), France .