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Title: A Bibliography of Canadian Fiction (English)

Date of first publication: 1904

Author: Lewis Emerson Horning (1858-1925)

Author: Lawrence J. Burpee (1873-1946)

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Date last updated: Sep. 22, 2015

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Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand nine hundred

and four by Lewis Emerson Horning, at the Department of Agriculture.


I.Authors, alphabetically arranged, with short Biographical Notes and Lists of Works in Book Form9
IV.Foreign Authors, with a List of their Works the Scenes of which are laid in Canada72

Herewith is presented to the public the second of a series of Bibliographical Bulletins issued by the Library of Victoria University of Toronto, Canada.

The first number, edited by Mr. C. C. James, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, was based on a collection of Canadian (English) poetry, donated by Mr. James to the Library, and included all works known to the date of issue, 1899.

This second number represents the data in process of collection for several years by Prof. L. E. Horning, of Victoria University, and by Mr. Lawrence J. Burpee, of the Departmnet of Justice, Ottawa.

Both numbers represent original and pioneer work in this direction and will doubtless be found of great interest to all students of Canadian literature. From time to time it is proposed to issue supplemental lists, making all necessary corrections and additions and bringing the list up to date. Indeed, a supplemental list to No. 1 will shortly be published. Information which will be of service in this regard will gladly be received by the Library Committee.

These numbers are issued in limited editions of 500 copies, of which 300 are for sale.

J. F. McLaughlin, M.A., B.D.,


J. C. Robertson, M. A.

A. E. Lang, M. A.

C. C. James, M. A.

A. E. Langford, M. A.

Library Committee.


Only those who have had experience in pioneer bibliographical work know of the difficulties connected with such a task. For various reasons it has been impossible to get information about many authors past and even present. We have tried to make our material as complete as possible, but it is very probable that some names and works have been omitted which should have found a place in our lists; also, on the other hand, some may have been mentioned that should not have found a place in the list. For all such errors of omission and commission we ask indulgence, and for all corrections we shall be very grateful. We have tried to make our data as complete as possible in Sections I. to III. In Section IV. we do not profess to have made more than a beginning.

To Dr. James Bain, of the Toronto Public Library; to Mr. Avern Pardoe, of the Ontario Legislative Library; to Mr. C. C. James, Deputy Minister of Agriculture; to Mr. John Reade, of Montreal, and to Dr. James Hannay, of Fredericton, we are especially indebted for help, and to many others whose names we might mention.

Lewis Emerson Horning,

Victoria University.

Lawrence J. Burpee,

Department of Justice, Ottawa.

Toronto, Feb. 8th, 1904.



A. B. P. S.--American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia. Appleton--Appleton & Co., New York. Bentley {Bentley & Sons, Richard Bentley} London (stock sold to McMillan & Co.). Briggs--Wm. Briggs, Methodist Book and Publishing House, Toronto. Brough--The Brough Printing Co., Toronto. Carter--Robt. Carter & Bros., New York. Chambers--W. & R. Chambers, Edinburgh. Chapman--A. T. Chapman, Montreal. Chatto--Chatto & Windus, London. Copp--The Copp, Clark Co., Limited, Toronto. Crowell--T. Y. Crowell & Co., New York. Dillingham--G. W. Dillingham & Co., New York. Doubleday--Doubleday & McClure, New York (now Doubleday, Page & Co.). Dougall--John Dougall & Sons, Montreal. Drysdale--Wm. Drysdale & Co., Montreal. Gage--W. J. Gage & Co., Toronto. Grafton--W. E. Grafton & Sons, Montreal. Harper--Harper & Bros., New York. Hatchard--Hatchard & Co., London, England. Hunter--Hunter, Rose & Co., Toronto. Hutchinson--Hutchinson & Co., London. Lamson--Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston. Lane--John Lane, London and New York. Langton--Langton & Hall, Toronto. Lothrop--D. Lothrop & Co., Boston. Lee--Lee, Shepard (& Dillingham), Boston. Lovell--John Lovell & Sons, Montreal. Low--Sampson Low, Marston & Co., London, England. McClure--McClure, Phillips & Co., New York. National--National Publishing Co., Toronto. Neely--F. W. Neely & Co., New York. Nelsons'--Nelson & Sons, London and Edinburgh. Nisbet--Jas. Nisbet & Co., London. Osgood--J. R. Osgood & Co., Boston (now Houghton, Mifflin & Co.). Page--L. C. Page & Co., Boston. Partridge--S. W. Partridge & Co., London. Pearsons--C. Arthur Pearson, Ltd., London. Poole--Poole Printing Co., Toronto. Putnam's--G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York. Queen--The Queen City Publishing Co., Toronto. Richards--Grant Richards, London. Rose--Rose Publishing Co., Toronto. R. T. Soc.--Religious Tract Society, London. Scribner's--Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Simpkin--Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., London. Smillie--D. & J. Smillie, Quebec. S. P. C. K.--Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, London, England. Stokes--Fred. A. Stokes & Co., New York. Tuck--Raphael Tuck & Sons, London, England. Warne--Fred. Warne & Co., London, England. Wessels--A. Wessels & Co., New York. White--F. W. White & Co., London, England. Williamson--Williamson & Co., Toronto. Woodburn--A. S. Woodburn, Ottawa.






A Bibliography of Canadian Fiction (English)


Abbott, Rev. Joseph (1789-1863)

Of English birth. Came to Canada, 1818. Died in Montreal.

The Emigrant to North America. From Memoranda of a Settler in Canada.

Papers in Quebec Mercury, 1842; also in pamphlet form Montreal, 1842.

Philip Musgrave; or, The Adventures of a Missionary in Canada. London, 1843.

In John Murray's "Home and Colonial Library." This embodies in the form of a story the experiences described in the preceding.

Adam, Graeme Mercer

Born in Scotland, 1839. Came to Toronto, Canada, in 1858. Since 1896 in United States.

An Algonquin Maiden. A Romance of the Early Days of Upper Canada. In collaboration with Miss Wetherald. Montreal, Lovell, 1887, 240 pp.

Algie, James, M.D. ("Wallace Lloyd")

Alton, Ont. Born at Ayr, Ont., April 8, 1858. Graduated in Medicine at Toronto, 1878.

Houses of Glass. Toronto, Gage, 1899, 398 pp.

Bergen Worth. Toronto, Langton, 1900, 276 pp.

Allen, Grant

Full name, Charles Grant Blairfindie Allen. Born at Alwington, near Kingston, Ont., Feb. 24, 1848. Second son of Rev. J. Antisell Allen. Spent the first eleven years of his life in Canada. Educated by father and at King Edward's School, Birmingham. Graduated from Merton College, Oxford, 1871. Taught until 1876, for three years in a college at Spanish Town, Jamaica. Returning to England, he devoted himself to science, but had to turn to fiction for a livelihood, writing under the various pseudonyms of J. Arbuthnot Wilson, Cecil Power, Olive Pratt Rayner, Martin Leach Warborough, Frederick Enoch, and over his own name. He continued, however, to work on scientific problems all his life and also published a volume of poems (1894). Never robust, he died Oct. 28th, 1899. A memoir of his life, with a full bibliography of his works, was written by Edward Clodd, London, Grant Richards, 1900. The list of his fiction is as follows:

Strange Stories. London, Chatto, 1884, 356 pp.

Sixteen stories originally published in Belgravia and other magazines under the pseudonym of J. Arbuthnot Wilson.

Philistia. By Cecil Power. London, Chatto, 1884, 3 vols.

Autobiographical in nature.

Babylon. By Grant Allen (Cecil Power). London, Chatto, 1885, 3 vols.

In All Shades. London, Chatto, 1886, 3 vols.

The Sole Trustee. London, S.P.C.K., 1886.

Kalee's Shrine. By Grant Allen and May Cotes. Bristol, J. W. Arrowsmith, 1886, 196 pp.

For Mamie's Sake. London, Chatto, 1886, 306 pp.

A Terrible Inheritance. London, S.P.C.K., 1887, 32 pp.

The Beckoning Hand, and Other Stories. London, Chatto, 1887, 341 pp.

This Mortal Coil. London, Chatto, 1888, 3 vols.

The White Man's Foot. London, Hatchards, 1888, 216 pp.

The Devil's Die. London, Chatto, 1888, 3 vols.

The Tents of Shem. London, Chatto, 1889, 3 vols.

A Living Apparition. London, S.P.C.K., 1889, 32 pp.

The Jaws of Death. London, Simpkin, 1889, 110 pp.

Dr. Palliser's Patient. London, S. Mullen, 1889, 152 pp.

The Great Taboo. London, Chatto, 1890, 280 pp.

What's Bred in the Bone. London, Tit-Bits Offices, 1891, 414 pp.

Recalled to Life. Bristol, Arrowsmith, 1891, 266 pp.

Dumaresq's Daughter. London, Chatto, 1891, 3 vols.

The Duchess of Powysland. London, Chatto, 1892, 3 vols.

An Army Doctor's Romance. London, Tuck, 1893, 110 pp.

The Scallywag. London, Chatto, 1893, 3 vols.

Michael's Crag. London, Simpkin, 1893, 194 pp.

Ivan's Great Masterpiece. Stories. London, Chatto, 1893, 360 pp.

Blood Royal. London, Chatto, 1893, 282 pp.

At Market Value. London, Chatto, 1894, 2 vols.

Under Sealed Orders. London, Chatto, 1895, 3 vols.

The British Barbarians. A Hilltop Novel. London, Lane, 1895, 202 pp.

The Woman Who Did. A Hilltop Novel. London, Lane, 1896, 242 pp.

Cf. Fortnightly Review, 1889 and 1894.

Moorland Idylls. London, Chatto, 1896, 258 pp.

Contains 33 short stories.

A Splendid Sin. London, White, 1896, 228 pp.

The Typewriter Girl. By Olive Pratt Rayner. London, Pearson, 1897, 261 pp.

An African Millionaire. Episodes in the Life of the Illustrious Colonel Clay. London, Richards, 1897, 318 pp.

Tom Unlimited. A Story for Children. By Martin Leach Warborough. London, Richards, 1897, 250 pp.

The Incidental Bishop. London, Pearson, 1898, 248 pp.

Linnet. A Romance. London, Richards, 1898, 394 pp.

Rosalba. The Story of Her Development. By Olive Pratt Rayner. London, Pearson, 1899, 312 pp.

Twelve Tales. Select stories chosen and arranged by the author. London, Richards, 1899, 352 pp.

Miss Cayley's Adventures. London, Richards, 1899, 330 pp.

Hilda Wade. London, Richards, 1900, 360 pp.

Ardagh, Miss Alice M.

Born in Wales, July 15, 1866. Resides at Barrie.

Tangled Ends. Toronto, 1888.

Armour, Agatha

See Mrs. John G. Thompson.

Ascher, Rev. Isidore G.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, 1835. Came to Canada, 1843. Has resided in England since 1864.

An Old Maid's Confession.

A Cure for a Title.

An Emigrant's Story.

Asling, Stella Eugenie

Hamilton, Ont.

Crowned at Elim. New York, Smith & Wilkins, 1903, 263 pp.

Baird, Mrs. C. A.

Woodstock, N.B.

Lawyer Robert Streighton's Discovery at a Mineral Spring. By "Carleton." Boston, 1893.

(Published with Mrs. De Wolf's story.)

Barr James ("Angus Evan Abbott")

Younger brother of Robert Barr. Born at Wallacetown, Ont., 1862. Since 1883 a journalist in London, England.

(See James and Who's Who, 1904, under Abbott.)

Barr, Robert ("Luke Sharp")

Born in Glasgow, Sept. 16th, 1850. Came to Canada at 5 years of age. Educated at Normal School, Toronto. Taught until 1876. On Detroit Free Press 1876-1881, since which time he has resided in England.

Strange Happenings. 1892 (?).

In a Steamer Chair. 1892, London, Chatto.

From Whose Bourn. 1893, London, Chatto.

The Face and the Mask. London, Hutchison, 1894.

Revenge. London, Chatto, 1894.

In the Midst of Alarms. A Story of the Fenian Raid. London, Methuen, 1894.

A Woman Intervenes. London, Chatto, 1896.

The Mutable Many. London, Methuen, 1897.

One Day's Courtship; also, Heralds of Fame. 1897.

The Countess Tekla. Toronto, Briggs, 1898, pp. 33.

The Strong Arm. Toronto, Briggs, 1899, pp. 336.

The Unchanging East (Holiday through Orient). London, Chatto, 1900.

Jennie Baxter. Toronto, Copp, 1899, 128 pp.

The Victors. Toronto, Copp, 1901, 567 pp.

A Prince of Good Fellows. Toronto, Copp, 1902, 340 pp.

Over the Border. Toronto, Copp, 1903, 400 pp.

The O'Ruddy. By Stephen Crane and Robert Barr. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 356 pp.

Lady Electra. London, Methuen, 1904.

Barrass, Rev. E., D.D.

Born in England, 1821. Came to Canada in 1853. Died in Toronto, 1898.

Smiles and Tears; or, Sketches from Real Life. Toronto, Hunter, 1879, 200 pp.

Barry, Miss Kate Madeline ("Vera")

(Mrs. Harry Bottomley), born in Montreal, 1865.

Honor Edgeworth, or Ottawa's Present Tense. Ottawa, Woodburn, 1882, 337 pp.

The Doctor's Daughter. Ottawa, Woodburn, 1885, 242 pp.

Barry, Miss Lily Emily Frances ("Mrs. Merry Body")

Sister of Miss K. M. Barry. Born in Montreal. On staff of Montreal Star.

In the Paths of Peace. Montreal, 1901, 310 pp.

Barton, J. King

Born in Canada. For some years Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.

Io; A Tale of the Ancient Fane. New York, 1851.

Barton, Samuel

The Battle of the Swash and the Capture of Canada. Montreal, 1888, 137 pp.

Bates, Walter (1760-1842)

A U. E. Loyalist from Connecticut. For many years Sheriff of Kings Co., N.B.

Comparison for Carraboo: A narrative of the conduct and adventures of Henry Frederick Moon, alias Henry Fred. More Smith, alias William Newman. 1st Ed., London, 1817.

(Reprinted by G. W. Millar, Charlottetown, P.E.I., 1855).

The second edition was published as The Mysterious Stranger; or, Memoirs of the Noted Henry More Smith, W. L. Avery, St. John, N.B., 1837; 3rd Ed., by G. W. Day, St. John, 1854; 4th Ed., 1875; 5th Ed., 1877.

Bayley, Mrs. H.

Contributed to Museum (1832-34), Montreal, and to the Literary Garland, also to English and American periodicals.

Tales of the Heath.

Improvement; or, A Visit to Grandmamma. (For children.) London, 1833.

Scenes at Home and Abroad. London.

The Juvenile Traveller.

Baylis, Samuel Mathewson

Born in Montreal, September 3, 1854.

Camp and Lamp: Rambles in Realms of Sport, Story and Song. Montreal, Drysdale, 1897, 316 pp.

Beavan, Mrs. F.

Sketches and Tales Illustrative of Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick. London, 1845, 142 pp.

Bech, Birger

New Fort, Toronto.

Five Years in a Sailor's Life. Toronto, 1886, Queen, 72 pp.

The Unknown. Toronto, 1887, 92 pp.

Begg, Alexander

Born in Quebec in 1840. Died in Toronto, 1898.

Dot it Down. A Story of Life in the North-West. Toronto, 1871, Hunter, 382 pp.

A Story of the Saskatchewan.

Belcher (Vice-Admiral Sir) Edward

Born in Nova Scotia, 1799.

Horatio Howard Brenton. A Novel. London, 1856, 3 vols.

Benyon, Miss Marie Edith

Saints, Sinners and Queer People. New York, Robert Lewis Weed Co., 1897, 341 pp.

Betts, Craven Langstroth

Born in St. John, N.B., April 23, 1853. Since 1879 in New York.

Tales of a Garrison Town. New York, Merrill, 1892, 250 pp.

(In collaboration with A. W. Eaton.)

Bigsby, Bernard

Born in England.

That Bowl of Punch! What It Did and How It Did It. Six Christmas stories. Toronto, Hunter, 1872, 51 pp.

Ellen's Secret.

Flowers and Thorns.

My Note Book.

Blachford, Lt.-Col.

The Ultimatum. A Short Tale With a Long Moral. London, U.C., 1867, 32 pp.

Blewett, Mrs. Jean

Born at Scotia, Ont., November 4, 1862, now in Toronto.

Out of the Depths. 1879.

Boggs, Miss Helen

Cobourg, Ont.

Acorn Leaves. A Series of Canadian Tales. By "Nell Gwynne." Toronto, Copp, 1873, 216 pp.

Bohn, Eric

How Hartman Won. A Story of Old Ontario. Toronto, Morang, 1903, 269 pp.

Hickory. A Tale of the Lakes.

(Now running in The Farming World. Is to be published in book form in September.)

Brooks, Mrs. Annie Elston

The Heiress of Myrtle Grove. An English Tale. By a Montreal Lady. "A. E. B." Montreal, 1870, 200 pp.

Browne, H. F.


A Tale of a Whale. Montreal, 1884.

The Strange Adventures of a Carp. Montreal, 1884.

(Both illustrated by the author.)

Brown, W. H.

She Might Have Done Better. A Novel. 2 vols. in 1. St. John's, Que., 1877.

Buchan, John Stuart

Born in St. Andrews, P.Q., 1852. Barrister of Montreal.

A Bit of Atlantis. Montreal, Chapman, 1899. Illustrated by H. Julien and R. S. Matthews. Montreal, Chapman, 1900, 197 pp.

Burnham, John Hampden

Born 1860. Barrister of Peterboro', Ont.

Adeline Grey. A Tale.

Jack Ralston. Edinburgh, Nelson & Sons.

Campbell, Arthur

The Mystery of Martha Warne. A Tale of Montreal. Montreal, 1888, 151 pp.

Campbell, Rev. John ("J. Cawdor Bell")

Born in Edinburgh, 1840. Resides in Montreal.

Two Knapsacks. A Novel of Canadian Summer Life. Toronto, 1892.

Campbell, Mrs. Mary Ellen

Sundays in Soho. Twelve Stories for Children and Their Friends. Montreal, 1884.

Carr-Harris, Mrs. Bertha Wright

Wife of Prof. Carr-Harris, of Kingston.

The White Chief of the Ottawa. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 252 pp.

Carman, Albert Richardson

Son of Rev. A. Carman, D.D., born at Belleville, February 8th, 1865. Educated at Albert College. Gold medallist in Natural Science, 1883, at B.A. examination. Began journalism on Brockville Times, in 1885 on Independent (Prescott), 1886 on Canada Citizen (Toronto), 1887-93 on Globe, since 1893 connected with Montreal Star. Now devoting the major portion of his time to independent writing.

The Preparation of Ryerson Embury. Toronto, Publishers Syndicate, 1900, 248 pp.

The Pensionnaires. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 314 pp.

Carroll, Rev. John

Methodist minister. Born on an island in the Bay of Fundy, 1809. Died at Toronto, December 13th, 1884.

The School of the Prophets; or, Father McRory's Class, and Squire Firstman's Kitchen Fire. A Fiction Founded on Fact. Toronto, Burrage & Magurn, 1876, 244 pp.

My Boy Life. Toronto, Briggs, 1882, 288 pp.

Casgrain, Rev. Henri Raymond

Born at Rivière Ouelle, P.Q., 1831. Ordained to priesthood 1856, Montreal.

The Witch: A Canadian Legend. Translated by A. W. L. Gompertz. Montreal, Beauchemin & Fils, 1895, 122 pp.

Caswell, H. S.

Stories and Sketches. Montreal, 1872, 180 pp.

Chapin, Gardner B.

Tales of the St. Lawrence. Montreal, Lovell, 1873, 382 pp.

Charlton, Miss Margaret Ridley

A Wonder Web of Stories. Montreal, 1892.

With Printless Foot. Montreal, 1894.

(Both in collaboration with Miss C. A. Frazer.)

In the Days of Sir Walter Raleigh. Montreal, 1900.

Cheetham, Rev. William

Lights and Shadows of Clerical Life. Montreal, 1879, 310 pp.

Cheney, Mrs. Harriet V.

The Child of the Tide. Boston, 1874, 212 pp.

The Rival Chiefs. (Relates to the feuds of D'Aulnay and La Tour.)

Christie, Mrs. Annie Rothwell

North Gower, Ont. Born in London, England, 1837. Came to Canada 1841.

Avin Gray. 1873.

Edge Tools. 1880.

Requital. 1886.

Loved I not Honor More. Toronto, Hunter, Rose & Co., 1887, 150 pp.

Clark, Daniel, M.D.

Born in Scotland, 1835. Came to Canada as a child. Now at head of Provincial Asylum for Insane, Toronto.

Pen Photographs of Celebrated Men and Noted Places. (Tales, sketches, etc.) Toronto, 1873, 231 pp.

Josiah Garth. A Novel. (Deals with Rebellion of 1837.)

Clayton, Rev. F. H.

Bolton, Que.

Scenes and Incidents in Irish Life. Montreal, 1884.

Clemo, Ebenezer ("Maple Knot")

Born in England, 1831. Came to Canada in 1858. Died in Morristown, N.Y.

Life and Adventures of Simon Seek; or, Canada in All Shapes. By "Maple Knot." Montreal, 1858, 179 pp.

Canadian Homes; or, The Mystery Solved. A Canadian Tale. Montreal, 1858, 136 pp.

Colfer, Miss Rebecca B.

Stray Leaves from the Drama of Every Day Life. Montreal, 1878, 193 pp.

Collins, Joseph Edmund

Born in Newfoundland, 1855. Went to Fredericton, 1874. City editor Toronto Globe, 1881. Died in New York, 1892. Author of a life of the late Sir John A. Macdonald.

The Story of a Greenland Girl. Toronto, 1884.

The Story of Louis Riel, the Rebel Chief. Toronto, 1885, 192 pp.

Annette, the Metis Spy: A Heroine of the North-West Rebellion. Toronto, 1886.

The Four Canadian Highwaymen; or, The Robbers of Markham Swamp. Toronto, 1886, 146 pp.

Colter, Mrs. J. J. (Hattie E.)

Now resides Fredericton, N.B. Born in St. Martin's, N.B. Afterwards lived in Charlottetown. Author of Sunday School books for Canadian and American publishers.

Robbie Meredith. Boston, Lothrop, 1876.

One Quiet Life. Boston, Lothrop, 1876.

Medoline Selwyn's Hero. Boston, Bradley & Woodruff, 1889.

Mildred Kent's Hero. Boston, Bradley & Woodruff, 1890.

A Gentle Benefactress. Boston, Lothrop, 1892.

The Master of Deeplawn. Philadelphia, A. B. P. S., 1894.

Conger, Miss Janet C.

Now Mrs. Allan, of Napanee, Ont.

A Daughter of St. Peter's. Montreal, 1889.

Copland, John A. ("Robert Thornhill," "Paul Pedro")

Tribune, Harriston, Ont. Born at Liverpool, October 10, 1863. Came to Hamilton with his parents, 1870. Educated at Hamilton and Harriston.

A Meteor King. Harriston, Ont., 1899, 122 pp.

Esculapius. Harriston.

Cotes, Mrs. Everard (Sara Jeannette Duncan)

Simla, India. Born at Brantford, Ont., 1862. Began literary career as journalist, writing under pseudonym of Garth Grafton.

A Social Departure; or, How Orthodocia and I went Round the World by Ourselves. London, Chatto & Windus, 1890, 417 pp.

An American Girl in London. Toronto, Williamson, 1891, 321 pp.

The Simple Adventures of a Memsahib. New York, Appleton, 1893, 311 pp.

A Daughter of To-Day. New York, Appleton, 1894, 392 pp.

Vernon's Aunt. (Illus.) London, Chatto & Windus, 1894, 200 pp.

The Story of Sonny Sahib. London, MacMillan, 1894, 114 pp.

His Honor and a Lady. New York, Appleton, 1896, 321 pp.

Hilda, a Story of Calcutta. New York, Stokes, 1898, 317 pp.

A Voyage of Consolation. New York, Appleton, 1898, 325 pp. (A sequel to the "American Girl in London.")

The Path of a Star. (Illus.) Toronto, Gage, 1899, 311 pp.

On the Other Side of the Latch. 1901.

Those Delightful Americans. 1902.

The Pool in the Desert. (Short Stories.) New York, Appleton, 1903.

The Imperialist. New York, Appleton, 1904.

(This is Mrs. Cotes' only Canadian story.)

Cox, Palmer

Born at Granby, Que., April 28, 1840. In United States since 1863. Now in New York. Principally known by his Brownie Books.

The Brownies: Their Book. 1887.

Another Brownie Book. 1890.

The Brownies at Home. 1893.

The Brownies Round the World. 1894.

The Brownies Through the Union. 1895.

The Brownies Abroad. 1899.

(All published by Century Co., N.Y.)

Crofton, Francis Blake

Born at Crossboyne, Ireland, 1842. Since 1883 Secretary of Provincial Library of Nova Scotia. Contributor to many American magazines.

The Bewildered Querists and other Nonsense. New York, Putnam's, 1875.

The Major's Big Talk Stories. London, Warne, 1881.

Hair-Breadth Escapes of Major Mendax. (Ill.) Halifax, 1889.

Cross, Ethelbert F. H.

Born at Toronto, July 28th, 1872.

Fire and Frost Stories, Dialogues, Satires, Essays, Etc. Toronto, 1898, 239 pp.

Cummins, John S.

Journalist and novelist. Edited Chronicle and News of Kingston for some years. Served in Canadian militia during Rebellion of 1837.

Altham, a Tale of the Sea. 2 vols., London, 1849, I., pp. viii. 290; II., pp. 309.

Cureton, Stephen

Perseverance Wins; The Career of a Travelling Correspondent. Toronto, 1880.

Dailing, Rev. ----

Sketches of Canadian Life. By a Presbyter of the Diocese of Toronto. London, David Bogue, 1850, 310 pp.

Dalziel, D.

Jews and Gentiles; or, Life in Sittsville. Toronto, 1898.

Daniel, Chas. T.

William and Annie; or, A Tale of Love and War. Guelph, 1864.

Darling, Rev. William Stewart

Born in Scotland, 1818. Church of England clergyman in Toronto, 184-, Died in Italy, 1886.

Sketches of Canadian Life, Lay and Ecclesiastical. Illustrative of Canada and Canadian Church. London, 1849, 310 pp.

Darnell, Rev. Henry Faulkner.

Born in London, England, 1831. Came to Canada, 1860. Since 1883 rector in Avon, N.Y.

Philip Hazlebrook; or, The Junior Curate. 1887.

Flossy; or, A Child of the People. 1889.

(A sequel to above.)

The Craze of Christian Englehart. 1890.

Davin, Nicholas Flood

Born in Ireland, January 13, 1843. Came to Canada, 1872. Died in the North-West, 1901.

The Fair Grit; or, The Advantages of Coalition. A Farce. Toronto, 1876, 35 pp.

Davison, Leslie Loring ("Ben Zeene")

Born at Wolfville, N.S., April 18, 1871. Died April 13, 1889.

Stray Leaves from the "Book of Wonders." Edited by "Ben Zeene." Wolfville, 1890.

Deacon, W. F.

New Brunswick writer.

Murder Will Out; or, Confessions of a Village Apothecary.

The Author; or, Sketches from Life. St. John, N.B., 1866, 64 pp.

Deane, Aubrey

The Street River Tragedy.

DeMille, James, M.A.

Born at St. John, N.B., Aug. 23, 1836. Died Jan. 28, 1880. Professor of Classics at Acadia College, and subsequently of English and Rhetoric at Dalhousie.

Martyrs of the Catacombs. 1865.

Helena's Household. A Tale of Rome in the First Century. London, 1868; New York, Carter, 422 pp.

Andy O'Hara. 1868.

John Wheeler's Two Uncles. 1868.

The Soldier and the Spy. 1869.

The Arkansas Ranger. 1869.

The Dodge Club; or, Italy in 1859. New York, Harper, 1869.

Cord and Crease; or, The Brandon Mystery. Illustrated. New York, Harper, 1869.

Ashdod Webster and His Starring Tour.

B. O. W. C. Series. 6 vols., Boston, Lee.

The B. O. W. C. 1869.

The Boys of the Grand Pré School. 1870. Illustrated, Boston, Lee, 1871, 348 pp. Second edition, 1893.

Lost in the Fog. 1870.

Fire in the Woods. 1871.

Picked up Adrift. 1872.

The Treasure of the Sea. 1872.

Young Dodge Club Series. Boston, Lee.

Among The Brigands. 1871. Second edition, 1893.

The Seven Hills. 1872.

The Winged Lion; or, Stories of Venice. 1877.

The Lady of the Ice. New York, Appleton, 1870.

An Open Question. New York, Appleton, 1870.

The Cryptogram. New York, Harper, 1871.

The American Baron. New York, Harper, 1872, illustrated, pp. 132.

A Comedy of Terrors. Boston, Osgood, 1872, 152 pp.

Old Garth. A Story of Sicily. New York.

The Lily and the Cross. Boston, Lee, 1874.

The Living Link. New York, Harper, 1874.

The Babes in The Wood. Boston, Osgood, 1875.

A Castle in Spain. New York, Harper, 1878.

A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder. New York, Harper, 1888.

Dent, John Charles

Born at Kendal, England, Nov. 8, 1841. The family moved to Canada when he was an infant. Educated in Canada. Called to bar, 1865. Practised for a few years, then returned to England. In 1876 returned to Toronto on Evening Telegram. In 1877 joined Globe staff, but later severed his connection. In 1877 published Arcturus. Died Sept. 27, 1888.

The Gerrard Street Mystery, and Other Weird Tales. Toronto, 1888, 206 pp.

DeWolf, Mrs.

Hamilton, Ont.

A Fragment of Ontario's Scott Act; or, a Ruined Life. By a W.C.T.U. Boston, 1893.

(Published with Mrs. Baird's story.)

Dickson, Mrs. Emma Wells ("Stanford Eveleth")

Born in Truro, N.S. Educated at P. E. Island public schools. Married in 1872. Has written a number of short stories.

Miss Dexie. A Romance of the Provinces. Toronto, Briggs, 1895, 426 pp.

Dobbin, Mrs. ("George Graham")

Thos. A Simple Canadian Story. Montreal, Lovell, 1878, 160 pp.

Dougall, Miss Lily

Sister of J. R. Dougall. Born at Montreal, April 16, 1858. Educated in Edinburgh University classes for women, LL.A. St. Andrews. First editor of World Wide. Now of Exmouth, England.

Beggars All. London, Longmans, 1891.

What Necessity Knows. London, Longmans, 1893.

The Mermaid. London, Bentley, 1895.

Zeit Geist. London, Hutchinson, 1895.

A Question of Faith. London., Hutchinson, 1895.

The Madonna of a Day. London, Bentley, 1896.

A Dozen Ways of Love. London, Black, 1897.

The Mormon Prophet. Toronto, Gage, 1899, 427 pp.

The Earthly Purgatory. As a serial in Temple Bar, 1904.

Duncan, Prof. Norman

Born at Brantford, 1871. Educated at Fergus and Mitchell schools; at University of Toronto, 1891 to 1895. Went to Auburn, N.Y., 1895; on staff of New York Evening Post 1897 to 1900; now at Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa.

The Soul of the Street. McClure, New York, 1900.

The Way of the Sea. McClure, New York, 1903, 332 pp.

The Champion. A Tale of Labrador. Toronto, Revell, 1904.

Duncan, Sara Jeanette

(See Mrs. Cotes.)

Dunlop, James Donald

Forest Lily. New York, Neely, 1898, 366 pp.

Eaton, Rev. Arthur Wentworth Hamilton

Born in Kentville, N.S. Graduated at Harvard, 1880. Now in New York.

Tales of a Garrison Town. New York, Merrill, 1892.

(In collaboration with C. L. Betts.)

Estey, Mrs. Emma Louise

Born in Fredericton, N.B., 1861. Daughter of Dr. Spurden, Prin. of N.B. Bap. Seminary. Writes for Am. Baptist Pub. Society, Philadelphia.

Walter Harley's Conquest. A story. Philadelphia, 1889.

Three Little Girls and Their Motto. Philadelphia, 1893.

Fairchild, George Moore, Jr.

Born at Quebec, 1854. Educated in N.Y., returned to Canada 1890, resides at Quebec. Editor of Canadian Leaves.

A Ridiculous Courting, and Other Tales of French Canada. Chicago, Donnelley, 1900, 261 pp.

Fenety, George E. ("Bluenose")

Born at Halifax, 1812. Editor of the Commercial News (Morning News?), St. John, N.B., from 1839 to 1863. Then Queen's Printer for N.B.

The Lady and the Dressmaker; or, a Peep at Fashionable Folly. By a "Bluenose." St. John, 1842, 24 pp.

Ferguson, Miss Ida May ("Dyjan Fergus")

Tisah Ting; or, The Electrical Kiss. Toronto, Hunter, 1896, 300 pp.

Fitchie, Amelia

Halifax, N.S.

Kerchiefs to Hunt Souls. Halifax, N.S.

Fleet, William Henry ("Hon. Francis Thistleton")

Canadian journalist. Editor of Transcript, Montreal.

How I Came to be Governor of the Island of Cacona. With a Particular Account of my Administration of the Affairs of the Island. Montreal, H. Ramsay, 1852, 220 pp.

Fleming, Mrs. May Agnes

Maiden name, Early ("Cousin May Carleton"). Born at St. John, Nov. 15, 1840. Began to write at 17 years. Married John W. Fleming, 1865. Moved to New York, 1875. Died in 1880.

Edith Percival. New York, 1860.

Sybil Campbell. New York, 1861.

La Masque; or, The Midnight Queen. New York, 1864.

Guy Earlscourt's Wife. New York, Dillingham, 1872.

A Wonderful Woman. New York, Dillingham, 1873.

A Terrible Secret. New York, Dillingham, 1874.

A Mad Marriage. New York, Dillingham, 1875.

Norinne's Revenge. New York, Dillingham, 1875.

One Night's Mystery. New York, Dillingham, 1876.

Kate Danton. New York, Dillingham, 1876.

Silent and True. New York, Dillingham, 1877.

Heir of Charlton. New York, Dillingham, 1878.

Carried by Storm. New York, Dillingham, 1879.

Lost by a Woman. New York, Dillingham, 1880.

A Wife's Tragedy. New York, Dillingham, 1881.

A Changed Heart. New York, Dillingham, 1881.

Pride and Passion. New York, Dillingham, 1882.

Sharing Her Crime. New York, Dillingham, 1882.

A Wronged Wife. New York, Dillingham, 1883.

Maude Percy's Secret. New York, Dillingham, 1884.

The Actress's Daughter. New York, Dillingham, 1885.

Flewellyn, Mrs. Juliette

Born Smithville, Ont., 1850. Maiden name Colliton. Moved to Lockport, N.Y., 1881.

Hillcrest. Toronto, Cooper & Co., 1894, 269 pp.

Forrest, E. W.

Late Her Majesty's Indian Army.

Ned Fortescue; or, Roughing it Through Life. Toronto and Ottawa, Hunter, 1869, 232 pp.

Villenaux. Daily News, St. John, N.B., 1870.

Fraser, John

Canadian Pen and Ink Sketches. Montreal, 1890.

Fraser, W. A.

Born in Pictou Co., N.S. Resides in Georgetown, Ont.

The Eye of a God, and Other Stories. New York, Doubleday, 1899, 260 pp.

Mooswa and Others of the Boundaries. New York, 1900, 260 pp.

The Outcast. Toronto, Briggs, 1901, 138 pp.

Thoroughbreds. Toronto, Morang, 1902, 405 pp.

The Blood-Lilies. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 201 pp.

Brave Hearts. Toronto, Morang, 1904, 307 pp.

The "Sa'Zada Tales" (animal stories) will appear in 1904.

Frazer, Miss C. A.

A Wonder Web of Stories. 1892.

With Printless Foot. 1894.

(Both in collaboration with Miss Charlton.)

Atma, an Oriental Romance. By "A.C.F." Montreal, Lovell, 1871, 143 pp.

Fréchette, Mrs. Annie Howells

Sister of W. D. Howells. Her husband, Achille Fréchette, is a brother of Louis Fréchette. Lives in Ottawa, Ont.

Reuben Dale. 1873.

On Grandfather's Farm. 12mo., Philadelphia, 1897.

The Farm's Little People. 12mo., Philadelphia, 1897.

Fréchette, Louis, C.M.G.

Born at Levis, Quebec, 1839. Clerk of Legislative Assembly.

Christmas in French Canada. Toronto, Morang, 1899, 262 pp.

Freeland, Miss Jessie

Of Brockville, Ont.

The Renunciation of Grahame Corysteen.

Winona's Quest.

(Both prize stories.)

Frost, J. W. ("Glenelg")

Barrister of Owen Sound, Ont.

Broken Shackles. The Story of a Fugitive Slave (Father Henson). Toronto, Briggs, 1889, 304 pp.

Fuehrer, Ch.

The Mysteries of Montreal. Recollections of a Female Physician. Montreal, Lovell, 1881, 245 pp.

Fuller, J. W.

London, Ont.

Izolda, a Magyar Romance. New York, Abbey, 1902, 228 pp.

Galbraith, John

In the New Capital; or, The City of Ottawa, 1999. Toronto, 1897, 151 pp.

Gale, Rev. James Scarth, B.A.

Seoul, Korea. Born near Alma, Wellington Co., Feb. 19, 1862. Educated at Elora High School, St. Catharines' Collegiate Institute and Toronto University (B.A. 1888). From 1888 to 1896 a lay missionary, since then ordained.

Korean Sketches. Toronto, Revell, 1899, 256 pp.

The Vanguard. A Tale of Korea. Toronto, Revell, 1904, 320 pp.

Garvie, Rev. Alex. Rae

Born in British Guiana, Jan. 6, 1839. Lived for some years in the Lower Provinces. Journalist. Died at Montreal, 1874.

Thistledown. Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. With introduction by Geo. Stewart, jr. Toronto, 1875, 274 pp.

Geikie, John C.

George Stanley; or, Life in the Woods. A Boy's Narrative of the Adventures of a Settler's Family in Canada. (Edited.) London and Boston, 1864.

Glasier, Alfred A.

The Irving Club Among the White Hills. St. John, N.B., 1877.

Gordon, Rev. Charles W. ("Ralph Connor")

Born at Indian Lands, Glengarry, Ont., 1860. Educated at Toronto University (B.A., 1883). Missionary in North-West, after course in theology at Knox. Pastor West End Church, Winnipeg.

Black Rock. Toronto, Westminster Co., 1898, 327 pp.

Sky Pilot. Toronto, Westminster Co., 1899, 300 pp.

Beyond the Marshes. Toronto, Revell, 1898, 30 pp.

The Man from Glengarry. Toronto, Westminster Co., 1901, 473 pp.

Glengarry School Days. Toronto, Westminster Co., 1902, 340 pp.

The Prospector. Toronto, Westminster Co., 1904.

Graham, Mrs. E. Jeffers

Daughter of the late Rev. Dr. W. Jeffers. Widow of the late Rev. Jas. Graham. Resides in Toronto.

Etchings from a Parsonage Verandah. Illustrated by J. W. Bengough. Toronto, Briggs, 1895, 187 pp.

Grant, James Miller ("Grant Balfour")

Born in Morayshire, Scotland, 1853. Came to Canada in 1889. Now living in Toronto. Has also published some verse.

The Fairy School of Castle Frank. Toronto, Poole, 1899, 89 pp.

The Mother of St. Nicholas (Santa Claus). Toronto, Poole, 1899, 91 pp.

Grant, Mrs. M. Forsyth

Scenes from Hawaii; or, Life in the Sandwich Islands.

Grey, Francis W.

The Curé of St. Philippe. A Story of French Canadian Politics. London, Ont., 1899.

Griffin, Watson

Born at Hamilton, 1860. Educated there. Went into journalistic work in Montreal. Has written for magazines and published articles separately.

Twok. A Novel. In three parts. Hamilton, Ont., 1887.

Griffith, J. W., M.D.

Help in the Distance. A New Dominion Story. Elora, Ont., 1868, 67 pp.

Grove, Miss

Little Grace; or, Scenes in Nova Scotia. Halifax, 1846, 178 pp.

Guelton, Mrs. Elizabeth

Born in England. Resides in Toronto.

The Story of Peter, a Canadian Cat. A humane story. Toronto, Briggs, 1904, 24 pp.

Gwilt, Miss Fanny G. ("Maple Leaf")

Of Montreal.

Wanted, a Housekeeper. 1882.

The Christmas Babies. A Prize Story. 1883.

Haliburton, Thomas Chandler ("Sam Slick")

Born at Windsor, N.S., 1796. Educated at King's College. In 1828 made Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and in 1840 a Judge of the Supreme Court. In 1856 resigned and went to England; sat in the House of Commons. Died in 1865.

[First editions only of his fiction are given here. For a complete list see the Bibliography in the "Centenary Chaplet" (Briggs) and "Notes and Queries," Vol. I., p. 67 (James).]

The Clockmaker; or, The Sayings and Doings of Sam Slick of Slickville. First Series--Halifax, Joseph Howe, 1837. (Appeared originally in the Nova Scotian in 1835-36.) Second Series--London, Bentley, 1838. Third Series--London, Bentley, 1840.

"The Clockmaker" was translated into German and published at Braunschweig in 1840-42.

The Letter-Bag of The Great Western; or, Life in a Steamer. London, Bentley, 1840. Halifax, Joseph Howe, 1840.

The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England. London, Bentley, 1843-4.

The Old Judge; or, Life in a Colony. London, Colburn, 1849, 2 vols.

(Appeared originally in Fraser's Magazine, 1847. Was translated into both German and French.)

Traits of American Humour, by Native Authors. Edited and adapted by the author of "Sam Slick." London, Colburn & Co., 1852.

Sam Slick's Wise Saws and Modern Instances; or, What He Said, Did and Invented. London, Hurst & Blackett, 1853, 2 vols.

The Americans at Home; or, Byways, Backwoods and Prairies. Edited by the author of "Sam Slick." London, Hurst & Blackett, 1854, 3 vols.

Nature and Human Nature. London, Hurst & Blackett, 1855, 2 vols.

The Season Ticket. London, Bentley, 1860. (Reprinted from the Dublin University Magazine.)

Hall, Chas. W.

Son of Isaac C. Hall, Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Twice Taken. An Historical Romance of the Maritime Provinces. Boston, 1867, 242 pp.

Legends of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Hamilton, Robert Douglas

Born in Scotland, 1783. Emigrated to United States, 1827. Came to Canada, 1830. Died at Scarboro' in 1857.

Dr. Shaddow of Goslington. By "Mungo Coulter Goggle."

Hammond, Mrs. J. B. ("Constance McDonnell")

The Unexpected Bride. The Story of an Old-fashioned Family. Chicago, 1895.

Harold, Rev. P. J.

Of Niagara, Ont.

Irene, the Corinthian. 1884.

Harris, Carrie J.

The Christmas Babies. (Miss Gwilt's?)

Mr. Perkins, of Nova Scotia; or, The European Adventures of a Would-be Aristocrat. Windsor, N.S., 1891, 190 pp.

A Romantic Romance. Wolfville, N.S., 1893, 153 pp.

A Modern Evangeline. Windsor, N.S., 1896, 120 pp.

Harrison, Mrs. S. Frances ("Seranus")

Maiden name, Riley. Born in Toronto. Married in 1879 Mr. J. W. F. Harrison.

Crowded Out, and Other Sketches. By "Seranus." Ottawa, 1886, 165 pp.

The Forest of Bourg-Marie. Toronto, Morang, 1898, 306 pp.

Hart, Adolphus M.

Born at Three Rivers, 1816. Had large practice as advocate from 1840 to 1850. Went to U. S., wrote electioneering pamphlets; returned to Canada 1857 and resumed practice of his profession at Montreal.

Life in the Far West; or, The Adventures of a Hoosier. New York.

Hart, Mrs. Julia Catherine

Born at Fredericton, 1796. Died there, 1867.

St. Ursula's Convent; or, The Nun of Canada. Containing Scenes from Real Life. Kingston, U.C., printed by Hugh C. Thompson, 1824. Vol. I., 101 pp.; Vol. II., 134 pp.

(This was the first book printed in Upper Canada. Fortunately a copy of this rarity has lately been acquired by the Toronto Public Library through the agency of the watchful librarian, Dr. James Bain.)

Tonnawanda; or, The Adopted Son of America. An Indian Story. Rochester, N.Y., date between 1826 and 1831.

Hart, Percy William Edward

Born at Halifax, N.S., 1870. Now in New York.

The Ludovic Zam Affair. New York, Bibelot Bros., 1901, 272 pp.

Jason--Nova Scotia. New York and London, 1903, 238 pp.

"Hawthorne, Marx"

The Light and the Lure. Toronto, Carswell, 1897, 104 pp.

Hayes, Mrs. Kate ("Mary Markwell")

Born in Dalhousie, N.B., 1856. Now on the staff of the Montreal Star. Has written short stories for Canadian magazines.

Prairie Pot-Pourri. Verse and Stories. Regina, N.W.T., 1895, 186 pp.

Shanty Songs and Stories. (Not yet published.)

Heathcote, Mrs. Edmund

The Admiral's Niece; or, A Tale of Nova Scotia. London, 1858, 2 vols.

Heaven, Mrs.

Maiden name, Louise Palmer. Born Devonshire, England. Spent youth in N. Carolina. Was on Overland Monthly with Bret Harte. Married 1870.

A Boy's Trip Across the Plains. (Juvenile.) San Francisco, Roman & Co.

In Bonds. A Novel. San Francisco, Roman.

Chata and Chinita. Boston, Roberts Bros.

An Idol in Bronze. Toronto, Morang, 1901, 244 pp.

Heavysege, Charles

Born at Liverpool, 1816. Came to Canada in 1853. Died at Montreal, July 14, 1876.

The Advocate. A Novel. Montreal, 1865, 126 pp. Illustrated by T. Allen.

Henderson, J. Duff

Alvira, alias Orca. The Nineteenth Century Story. Also some poems and some dramas. Toronto, 1899, 159 pp.

Henderson, J. Murdoch

The Chronicles of Kartdale: Our Jeames. Edited by J. Murdoch Henderson. Montreal, Drysdale & Co., 1896, pp. vi., 343.

Henry, Dr. Walter

Born in Ireland, 1791. Died at Belleville, Ont., 1860. Staff-surgeon in the army. Served in Peninsular War, in India, and in Canadian Rebellion of 1837-8.

Trifles From my Portfolio; or, Recollections of Scenes and Small Adventures During Twenty-Nine Years' Military Service. By a staff-surgeon. Quebec, 1839, 2 vols.

Henshaw, Mrs. J. W. ("Julian Durham")

Of English birth, now of British Columbia. For many years connected with western Canadian journalism as musical and dramatic critic. Is correspondent for N. Y. Musical Courier.

Hypnotized; or, The Experiment of Sir Hugh Galbraith. A Romance. By Julian Durham. Toronto, Ontario Pub. Co., 1898, 285 pp.

Why Not, Sweetheart? Toronto, Morang, 1901, 246 pp.

Hensley, Mrs. Sophie Almon

Born at Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, May 31, 1866. Married in 1889. Removed to New York, 1890.

A Woman's Love-Letters.

Love & Co., Limited. Montreal, 1901, 114 pp.

(In "Who's Who in America" these two are credited to Mrs. Hensley. The latter should be credited to J. Try-Davies.)

Herbert, Miss Mary E.

Of Nova Scotia.

Scenes in the Life of a Halifax Belle. Halifax, N. S., 1859, 60 pp.

Woman as She Should Be; or, Agnes Wiltshire. Halifax, 1861, 145 pp.

Flowers by the Wayside. Halifax, 1865, 78 pp.

Herbert, Miss Sarah (1824-1844)

Sister of Miss Mary E. Herbert. Lived in N.S. Wrote for magazines and newspapers.

Agnes Mailard. Halifax.

Herring, Miss Frances E.

Born in England. Now resides in British Columbia.

Canadian Camp Life. London, Unwin, 1903, 247 pp.

Hickey, Rev. David

Parrsboro', N.S.

William and Mary. A Tale of the Siege of Louisbourg (1745). Toronto, Briggs, 1884, 317 pp.

Hickman, W. Albert

Born in Dorchester, N.B., about 1879. Now in England.

The Sacrifice of the Shannon. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 323 pp.

Hilts, Rev. Joseph H.

Methodist minister. Born at Niagara, Ont., 1819. Died at Dundas, 1903.

The Experiences of a Backwoods Preacher.

Among the Forest Trees; or, How the Bushman Family got Their Homes. Toronto, Briggs, 1888, 380 pp.

Clothed with the Sun. Toronto, Briggs, 1891, 408 pp.

Holt, Miss

Autobiographical Sketch of a Teacher's Life. Quebec, 1875.

Hooker, Rev. LeRoy

Formerly Methodist minister in Ontario, now pastor of a Presbyterian church in Chicago.

Enoch, the Philistine.

Baldoon. Poole, Toronto, 1900, 278 pp.

Howe, Hon. Joseph

Born near Halifax, 1804. Died June 1, 1873. One of Canada's most distinguished sons.

Poems and Essays. Montreal, 1874, 341 pp. Contains a tale, "The Locksmith of Philadelphia."

The Lord of the Bedchamber. A Political Lampoon.

Huddleston, Mrs. G. O.

Bluebell. A Novel. Toronto, 1875.

Hunter, A. T.

Son of J. Howard Hunter, Esq. Born Oct. 25, 1867. Educated at Brantford and Toronto University. LL.B. 1890. Practising barrister at Toronto. Has published law books.

Stories Told out of Lodge. Toronto, Carswell Co., 1898, 216 pp.

Hunter-Duvar, Lieut.-Col. John

Born in Scotland, Aug. 29, 1830. Spent most of his life in Prince Edward Island. Wrote drama and verse. Contributed to English and Canadian magazines. Died 1899.

Annals of the Court of Oberon. 1895

Huntington, Hon. Lucius Seth

Born at Compton, Quebec, 1827. Elected M.P. 1861. Member of the Mackenzie Government. Died May, 1886.

Professor Conant. A Story of English and American Social and Political Life. Toronto, Rose, 1884, 291 pp.

Huyghue, Douglas S.

Born at St. John, N.B. Contributed to periodical literature. Afterwards lived in Australia.

Nomads of the West; or, Ellen Clayton. London, 1850, 3 vols.

Argimon. An Indian Tale.

Jack, Mrs. Annie L.

Maiden name, Hays. Born in England, 1839. Came to America, 1852; now living at Chateauguay Basin, P.Q.

The Little Organist of St. Jerome, and Other Stories. Toronto, Briggs, 1902, 91 pp.

Jarvis, Thomas Stinson

Born in Toronto, 1854. Travelled extensively. Called to the bar, 1880. Moved to New York, 1891.

Letters from East Longitudes.

Geoffrey Hampstead. A Novel. New York, 1890.

Doctor Perdue.

The Ascent of Life. 1894.

She Lived in New York. New York.

Jennings, Miss Clotilda ("Maude")

Born in Nova Scotia. Died at Montreal, 1895.

The White Rose in Acadia; and Autumn in Nova Scotia. Halifax, N.S., 1855, 36 pp.

Jephson, Lady Harriet Julia

Maiden name, Campbell. Born at Quebec, 1854. Married in 1873 Capt. Sir Alfred Jephson. Resides in London, England.

A Canadian Scrap Book. A Volume of Essays and Stories. London, 1897, 183 pp.

Johnson, Alfred Sidney

Born at L'Original, Ont., 1860. Now in Buffalo.

The Hermit of the Nonquon.

(Ran through several editions.)

Johnson, Frank

Lashed to the Mizzen; or, A Night off the Cape. Montreal, 1867.

The Village of Merrow; its Past and Present. Prose and verse. Montreal, Lovell, 1876, 208 pp.

Johnson, Geo. Washington

Born at Binbrook, Ont., 1839. Now on staff of U. C. College, Toronto.

Maple Leaves. The Emblem of Upper Canada is the Maple Leaf. Hamilton, C. W., 1864, 204 pp.

The Mente's Secret; or, The Vengeance of Madra. A Novel. Cleveland, 1864, 180 pp.

The Belle of Bladen's Brook. A Novel. Cleveland, 1865, 200 pp.

Johnston, Thomas

Travels Through Lower Canada. Interspersed with Canadian Tales and Anecdotes, and Interesting Information to Intending Emigrants. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1827, 96 pp.

Jones, Alice

Born at Halifax. Daughter of Lieut.-Gov. A. G. Jones.

A Hazard of Hearts. In Frank Leslie's Monthly.

The Night Hawk. By "Alix John." Toronto and New York, 1901, 378 pp.

Bubbles we Buy. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 400 pp.

(Published in England as "Isabel Broderick." John Lane, 1904.)

Keays, Mrs. H. A. Mitchell

Maiden name Copp. Her people reside in Hamilton, Ont. Born near Woodstock, Ont. Resides in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Little Lords of Creation. Chicago, 1900, 273 pp.

He that Eateth Bread with Me. New York, McClure, Phillips & Co., 1904.

Kelly, B.

Trenton, Ont.

The Sign of the Cross.

Kendall, Sydney C.

Methodist minister from 1881 to 1896. Now in the United States.

Among the Laurentians. A Camping Story. Toronto, Briggs, 1885, 139 pp.

Kennedy, James B.

Afloat for Eternity; or, A Pilgrim's Progress for the Times. Toronto, Briggs, 1894, 190 pp.

King, "Basil" ("William Benjamin")

Born in Charlottetown, P.E.I. Graduate King's College, Windsor, N.S. Took holy orders. Was for several years assistant rector at St. Luke's, Halifax. Then went to Boston and later to Cambridge, Mass., as rector. Resigned owing to failing health.


Let Not Man Put Asunder. New York, Harper, 1902.

In the Garden of Charity. New York, Harper, 1903.

The Steps of Honor. New York, Harper, 1904, 286 pp.

Kirby, William

Born at Kingston-upon-Hull, England, Oct. 13, 1817. Came to Canada, 1832. Collector of Customs, Niagara, 1871-95.

The Golden Dog (Le Chien D'or). A Romance of the Days of Louis Quinze in Quebec. 1st Ed., New York and Montreal, Lovell, Adam, Messon & Co., 1877, 678 pp. (often pirated). First authorized American edition (illustrated), L. C. Page & Co., Boston, 1897, 624 pp.

(Translated into French by Louis Fréchette and Pamphile LeMay.)

Lacroix, Henry

The Unspecific Scandal at the Custom House of Montreal. Montreal, 1873.

Lancefield, Richard Thomas

Born London, England, 1854. Came to Canada, 1859. Librarian and Secretary of Hamilton Public Library, 1888.

Tim and Mrs. Tim. A Story for the "Club" and "Society" man and the "New Woman." Toronto, 1897.

Laskey, John K.

Journalist, of St. John, N.B.

Alethes; or, The Roman Exile. St. John, 1840, 155 pp.

Lauder, Mrs. Maria Elise Turner

Born at St. Armand, P.Q. In 1856 married the late A. W. Lauder, barrister, of Toronto.

Evergreen Leaves; or, "Toofie" in Europe. Toronto, Rose, 1877, 384 pp.

Legends and Tales of the Harz Mountains. Toronto, 1881, 251 pp.

At Last. A Novel. Toronto, Briggs, 1894, 310 pp.

Laut, Miss Agnes C.

Born in Ont., Feb. 11, 1872. Lived many years in the North-West. Now resides at Wassaic, N.Y.

Lords of the North. Toronto, Briggs, 1900, 442 pp.

Heralds of Empire. Toronto, Briggs, 1902, 372 pp.

Lawson, Mrs. J. Kerr

Dr. Bruno's Wife. A Toronto Society Story. London, 1893, 208 pp.

Leavitt, Mrs. Lydia

Born in Leeds Co., Ont., of German U.E.L. descent; wife of Thad. W. H. Leavitt.

Bohemian Society. Brockville, Ont., 1884. Second edition, Dawson Bros., Montreal.

Wise and Otherwise. 1898.

Leavitt, Thaddeus W. H.

Born in Connecticut, 1846; came to Canada with his parents at an early age. Educated at Athens High School, Normal School, Toronto, and Albany Law School. Was connected with Hamilton Times, Toronto Globe and Week, and later editor of Brockville Recorder and Times. Has published various historical works. Conservative organizer in Toronto.

The Witch of Plum Hollow. Toronto, 1892.

Kaffir, Kangaroo and Klondike. Tales of the Gold-fields. 1898.

Lemoine, Sir James MacPherson

Born in Quebec, 1825. Called to bar, 1850.

The Explorations of Jonathan Old Buck, F.G.S.Q. Quebec, 1889.

Legends of the St. Lawrence. Quebec, 1898.

Leonard, Miss May

Born in St. John, N.B., 1862. Still residing there.

Trixie's Inheritance. St. John, 1886.

Zoe; or, Some Day. St. John, 1888.

Little Angel.

In the Afterglow.

Leprohon, Mrs. Rosanna Eleanor

Maiden name, Mullins. Born in Montreal, 1832. Died there, 1879. Contributor to Literary Garland and Family Herald.

Ida Beresford. 1848.

(Translated into French by De Bellefeuille, Montreal, 1859.)

Florence FitzHardinge. 1849.

Eva Huntingdon. 1850.

Clarence FitzClarence. 1851.

Eveleen O'Donnell. 1859.

The Manor House of DeVillerai. Montreal, 1859.

(Translated into French by De Bellefeuille, Montreal, 1861, 405 pp.)

Antoinette de Mirecourt; or, Secret Marriage and Secret Sorrowing. Montreal, Lovell, 1864, 369 pp.

(Translated into French by Génaud, Montreal, 369 pp.)

Clive Weston's Wedding Anniversary. Montreal, Can., 1872.

Armand Durand; or, The Promise Fulfilled. Montreal, 1868, 77 pp.

(Translated into French by Génaud, Montreal, 1869, 1892.)

My Visit to Fairview Villa. "Can. Ill. News" Original Novels, I.

Lesperance, John Talon

Born in St. Louis, U.S., 1838. For many years journalist in Montreal.

The Bastonnais. A Tale of the American Invasion of Canada in 1775-1776. Toronto, Belford Bros., 1877, 359 pp.

(A French translation appeared in 1896 at Montreal.)

Tuque Bleue.

LeSueur, Miss Eleanor

Meadowhurst Children. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Lewis, C. E.

Reveries of an Old Smoker, with Reminiscences of Travel and Adventure. Toronto, 1881.

Lighthall, William Douw ("Wilfrid Chateauclair")

Born in Hamilton, Dec. 27, 1857. Advocate in Montreal.

The Young Seigneur; or, Nation-Making. By Wilfrid Chateauclair. Montreal, 1888, 200 pp.

The False Chevalier; or, The Lifeguard of Marie Antoinette. Montreal, Grafton, 1898, 328 pp.

Livingston, Kay

Brough's Daughter.

Livingston, Stuart

Barrister, of Hamilton, Ont.

The History of Professor Paul. A Novel. Hamilton, Hunter & Grant, n.d., 102 pp.

Lizars, Misses R. and K. M.

Committed to His Charge: A Canadian Chronicle. Toronto, Morang, 1900, 312 pp.

Lockhart, Rev. Arthur John ("Pastor Felix")

Born at Lockhartville, N.S., May 5, 1850; now Methodist minister in Maine Conference.

Phemie: The Story of a Child. Pp. 53-86, in "Papers of Pastor Felix." Toronto, Briggs, 1903.

Logan, Mrs. Annie Robertson

Maiden name, MacFarlane. Born in St. John, N.B. Wife of John E. Logan ("Barry Dane"). Resides in Montreal.

Children of the Hearth. New York, 1891.

Machar, Miss Agnes Maule ("Fidelis")

Daughter of the late Rev. John Machar, D.D., second Principal of Queen's University. Born in Kingston, Ont., and still resides there.

Stories of New France. Tales of Adventure and Heroism from the Early History of Canada. Boston, Lothrop, 1890, 313 pp.

In collaboration with T. G. Marquis.

Marjorie's Canadian Winter. A Story of the Northern Lights. Boston, Lothrop, 1892, 375 pp.

Roland Graeme, Knight. A Novel of our Time. Montreal, Drysdale, 1892, 286 pp.

Down the River to the Sea. Summer Days on the St. Lawrence. New York, 1894.

The Heir of Fairmouth Grange. London, 1895.

For King and Country. A Story of 1812. Toronto, Adam Stevenson & Co., 1874.

Katie Johnston's Cross. A Canadian Tale. Toronto, Campbell, 1870, 12mo.

Lost and Won.

Lucy Raymond.

(The Quest of the Fatal River will appear shortly.)

Machray, Robert

Born in Scotland, 1857. Nephew of the late Most Rev. Robert Machray, Bishop of Rupert's Land. Educated at St. John's College, Winnipeg, and prof. there. Ordained, 1883. Owing to throat affection, resigned and left for England in 1889.

Grace O'Malley, Princess and Pirate. London, Cassel, 1898, 338 pp.

For list of later novels see "Who's Who."

Mackie, John

Born in Stirling, Scotland, 1862. Emigrated to Canada, 1882. Entered N.W.M.P. Contributor to Canadian and American magazines.

The Devil's Playground. A Story of the Wild Northwest. 1894.

Sinners Twain. A Romance of the Great Lone Land. 1895.

They that Sit in Darkness. Toronto, 1897.

Magee, Knox

Born in Kemptville, Ont., 1876. Now residing in Toronto.

With Ring of Shield. Toronto, McLeod, 1900, 363 pp.

Mark Everard. Toronto, McLeod, 1901, 8vo, 421 pp.

Marquis, Thomas Guthrie

Born in Chatham, N.B., 1864. Now in Toronto.

Marguerite de Roberval. A Romance of the Days of Jacques Cartier. Toronto, 1899.

Mason, Mrs. E. M.

Muncey, Ontario.

Faces that Follow. (Illustrated by Bengough.) Toronto, Briggs, 1898, 206 pp.

Merritt, Miss Katharine

When George III. was King. (A Play.) Toronto, 1891.

Moodie, J. W. Dunbar

Born in England, served in army in Africa and Holland. Emigrated to Canada in 1832. Contributor to Literary Garland and with his wife edited Victoria Magazine.

Scenes and Adventures as a Soldier and Settler. Montreal, Lovell, 1866, 299 pp.

Moodie, Mrs. Susanna Strickland

Born in Suffolk, England, Dec. 6, 1803. Emigrated to Canada in 1832. Contributor to magazines, both American and Canadian. Edited Victoria Magazine. Died at Toronto, 1885.

Mark Hurdlestone, the Gold Worshipper. London, 1853, 2 vols., 312 and 308 pp. Also published as Mark Hurdlestone; or, The Two Brothers. New York, 1853.

Flora Lindsay; or, Passages in an Eventful Life. London, 1854, 2 vols.

Matrimonial Speculations. London, 1854, 8vo, 352 pp.

Geoffrey Moncton; or, The Faithless Guardian. A Novel. New York, 1855, 362 pp.

Roughing It in the Bush; or, Life in Canada. London, 1852, 1st Ed. 2 vols. A second edition was published as Life in the Backwoods. Toronto, 1871, 558 pp. (a chapter added).

Life in the Clearings versus the Bush. London, 1853; New York, 1854.

Dorothy Chance. 1867.

Moore, Arthur W.

Norman Stanley's Crusade; or, The Dunkin Act in Turnipham. Montreal, Dougall, 1877, 197 pp.

Moore, Miss Beatrice Glen

How Remi was Satisfied.

Morphy, J.

Clerk in Crown Lands Department, Quebec.

Ned Fenton's Portfolio. Quebec, 1863, 139 pp.

Morton, James

Polson's Probation. A Story of Manitoba. Toronto, Briggs, 1897, 368 pp.

Mountcastle, Miss Clara H. ("Caris Sima")

Born in Clinton, Ont. Artist and poetess. Contributor to magazines.

A Mystery. A Novelette. 1884.

Munro, Bruce W.

Born near Newcastle, Durham Co., Ont., about 1860. Grandson of the late Henry Munro, ex-M.P. for West Durham; died about 1900.

Splinters; or, A Grist of Giggles. Toronto, Carswell, 1886, 279 pp.

A Blundering Boy. A Humorous Story. Toronto, 1887, 395 pp.

Groans and Grins of One Who Survived. Toronto, 1889, 385 pp.

Munro, W. F.

The Backwoods' Life. Toronto, Hunter, 1869, 79 pp.

Murat, Eugene

Papeta. A Story. Abridged and arranged from the diary and private papers of Mr. Eugene Murat. St. John, 1867.

Murray, Miss Kate

The Guiding Angel. Toronto, 1871.

Murray, Miss Louisa

The Cited Curate.

Within Sound of the Falls.

Mr. Grey's Strange Story.

The Settlers of Long Arrow.

Macdonell, Miss Blanche Lucile

Born in Toronto. U. E. L. descent. Contributor to American and Canadian journals. Resides in Montreal.

The World's Great Altar Stairs.

For Faith and King.

Tales of the Soil. A Collection of Canadian Legends.

Diane of Ville Marie. Toronto, Briggs, 1898, 251 pp.

MacGeorge, Rev. Robert J.

Born near Glasgow, Scotland, 1811. Travelled. Minister at Streetsville, Ont. Returned to Scotland, 1854. Died there in 1884.

Tales, Sketches and Lyrics. Toronto, A. H. Armour & Co., 1858, 269 pp.

Maclean, Rev. John

Born in Ayrshire, Scotland, 1851. Emigrated to Canada, 1873. Educated at Victoria University. Methodist minister in Manitoba, 1881 to 1902. Now editor of The Wesleyan, Halifax, N.S.

The Warden of the Plains, and other Stories of Life in the Canadian North-West. (Illustrated.) Toronto, Briggs, 1896, 301 pp.

McLeod, Grace Dean (see Mrs. Rogers)

MacMechan, Archibald McKellar

Born in Berlin, Ont., 1862; now professor in Dalhousie College, Halifax.

The Porter of Bagdad, and Other Fantasies. Toronto, Morang, 1901.

McAlister, Mrs. Lottie L.

Maiden name, Plewes. Wife of Rev. W. G. H. McAlister, Methodist minister at Aylmer, Ont.

Clipped Wings. Toronto, Briggs, 186 pp., 1899.

McArthur, Peter

Born at Strathroy, Ont., 1866. Journalist. Now in London, England.

To Be Taken With Salt. London, Limpus, Baker & Co., 1904.

McDonnell, Wm.

Of Lindsay, Ont. Born at Cork, Ireland, September, 1824.

Family Creeds. Toronto.

Our Strange Guest. Lindsay, 1876, 14 pp.

Exeter Hall.

McDougall, Mrs. ("Nora")

Resides at White River, Ont.

The Days of a Life. A Story of Irish Life and Character.

McIlwraith, Miss Jane Newton

Born at Hamilton, Ont. Now residing in New York.

The Making of Mary. London, 1895.

The Span o' Life. (In collaboration with Wm. McLennan.) Toronto, Copp, 1899, 308 pp.

The Curious Career of Roderick Campbell. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1901.

McKibbin, Rev. Archibald, B.A.

A Methodist minister, stationed (1904) at Ailsa Craig. Born April 12, 1863, in Township of Stanley, Huron Co., Ont. Educated at Goderich High School and Victoria College, Toronto; graduated 1896. Ordained 1891. Mother's name was McCloy, hence the pen-name "Mack Cloie."

The Old Orchard. By "Mack Cloie." Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 323 pp.

(Blue Waters of Huron will appear shortly.)

McKinnon, Rev. William Charles

A Wesleyan clergyman of Nova Scotia. Died March 26th, 1862.

St. Castine: A Legend of Cape Breton. Sydney, C.B., 72 pp.

Frances; or, Pirate Cove. A Legend of Cape Breton. Halifax, 1851, 44 pp.

St. George; or, The Canadian League. A Tale of the Outbreak of 1837, with an Introduction. Halifax, 1852, 2 vols., 283 and 323 pp.

McKnight, J. L.

Vagrant: A Landsman's Log Book. St. John, N.B., MacMillan, 1888.

McLennan, Wm.

Born in Montreal, May 8, 1856. Notary of Montreal.

Spanish John. Illustrated. Toronto, Copp, 1898, 271 pp.

The Span o' Life. (In collaboration with Miss McIlwraith.) Toronto, Copp, 1899, 308 pp.

In Old France and New. Toronto, Copp, 1900, 320 pp.

McManus, Miss Emily Julian

Born at Bath, Ont., 1865.

A Romance of Carleton Island.

The Thirteenth Temptation.

The Old, Old Story. A Novel.

Froney. A Prize Story (in The Week).

McNaughton, Rev. Duncan

Laura Clarence.

The Wife of Fairbank on Kirks and Ministers. Toronto, 1893, 431 pp.

McNider, Stanley

Juan Hallado. 1885.

Nealis, Mrs. Jean E. U.

Born at Fredericton, Sept. 25th, 1842.

Drift. With a Preface by Mrs. Jas. Sadlier. Montreal, Sadlier & Co., 1884, 98 pp.

Nease, Mrs. Lilla

Wife of S. Nease, Hillier P.O., Ont.

In Music's Thrall. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 146 pp.

Newcomb, Simon

Astronomer. Born at Wallace, N.S., March 12th, 1835. Since 1853 in United States.

His Wisdom the Defender. Harper, 1900, 328 pp.

Noel, Mrs. J. V.

Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada, 1832; then to the Southern States. Returned to Canada, to Kingston, 1846. Has written for various periodicals.

The Abbey of Rathmore, and Other Tales. Kingston, 1859, 272 pp.

Passion and Principle.

Hilda; or, The Merchant's Secret.

Noel, Miss Ellen Vavasour

Daughter of Mrs. J. V. Noel.

Moonlight Thoughts. ("In Abbey of Rathmore," and other tales.)

Ashleigh Manor. (In Can. Ill. News series of original novels.)

Oakes, Christopher

The Canadian Senator; or, A Romance of Love and Politics. Toronto, 1890, 179 pp.

O'Brien, Rev. Cornelius, D.D.

Born near New Glasgow, P.E.I., May 4, 1843. Ordained for priesthood 1871. Fourth Archbishop of Halifax. In 1896 Pres. of Royal Society of Canada.

After Weary Years. A Novel. New York and Baltimore, John Murphy & Co., 1885, 433 pp.

Ogilvy, Miss Maud

Of Montreal.

Marie Gourdon. A Romance of the Lower St. Lawrence. Montreal, 1890.

The Keeper of Bic Lighthouse. A Canadian Story of To-day. Montreal, 1891, 138 pp.

O'Higgins, Harvey J.

Born in London, Nov. 14, 1882. Since 1899 in New York. For some time an editor on the staff of the Commercial Advertiser. His first book will appear in June.

Oxley, James Macdonald

Born at Halifax, 1855. Graduated from Dalhousie College, 1874; called to bar, 1878. Now living in Toronto.

Bert Lloyd's Boyhood. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1889, 347 pp.

Up Among the Ice-Floes. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1890, 250 pp.

The Chore Boy of Camp Kippewa. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1891, 144 pp.

Published as "The Young Woodsman," London, Nelsons.

The Wreckers of Sable Island. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1891, 108 pp.

Donald Grant's Development. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S. 1892. 256 pp.

Published as "Making his Way," London, Nelsons.

Fergus McTavish. Philadelphia, 1892, 344 pp.

Archie of Athabasca. Boston, Lothrop, 1893, 262 pp.

Published as "Archie McKenzie," London, Religious Tract Society.

The Good Ship "Gryphon." Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1893, 260 pp.

Published as "Diamond Rock," London, Nelsons.

My Strange Rescue, and Other Stories. London, Nelsons, 1894, 368 pp.

In the Wilds of the West Coast. London, Nelsons, 1894, 398 pp.

The Boy Tramps. New York, Crowell, 1896, 361 pp.; Edinburgh, Chambers, 1896.

The Romance of Commerce. New York, Crowell, 1896, 258 pp.; Edinburgh, Chambers, 1896.

On the World's Roof. A.B.P.S., 1896, 271 pp.

Baffling the Blockade. London, Nelsons, 1896, 375 pp.

The Hero of Start Point. A.B.P.S., 1896, 255 pp.

In the Swing of the Sea. A.B.P.S., 1898, 268 pp.; London, Nisbet, 1897.

Standing the Test. Religious Tract Society, 1898, 127 pp.

Fife and Drum at Louisbourg. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1899, 307 pp.

From Rung to Rung. London, Kelly, 1900, 124 pp.

Terry's Trials and Triumphs. London, Nelsons, 1900, 186 pp.

L'hasa at Last. A.B.P.S., 1900, 269 pp.

North Overland with Franklin. Religious Tract Society, 1901, 256 pp.

Norman's Nugget. London, Partridge, 1901, 297 pp.

Donalblane of Darien. London, Partridge, 1902, 126 pp.

With Rogers on the Frontier. New York, Wessels, 1902, 253 pp.

In Paths of Peril. London, Partridge, 1903, 128 pp.

Parker, Sir Gilbert, D.C.L., M.P.

Born in Camden East, Ont., 1859 (1861? 1862?). Educated at Trinity College, Toronto. Went to Australia in 1886 as editor of Sydney Morning Herald. Began writing plays and adapted Faust (1888). In England since 1890.

A collected edition of his works is published by Copp, Toronto.

Pierre and His People. 1892.

The Chief Factor. 1893, 265 pp.

Mrs. Falchion. 1893, 428 pp.

The Trespasser. 1893.

The Translation of a Savage. 1894, 240 pp.

The Trail of the Sword. 1894, 289 pp.

An Adventurer of the North. 1895, 392 pp.

(A sequel to "Pierre and his People" and republished as "Romany of the Snows.")

When Valmond Came to Pontiac. 1895.

The Seats of the Mighty. 1896, 376 pp.

The Pomp of the Laviolettes. 1897, 191 pp.

The Battle of the Strong. 1898, 432 pp.

The Lane that had no Turning. 1900, 313 pp.

The Right of Way. 1901, 368 pp.

Donovan Pasha. 1902, 304 pp.

Pasque, Mrs. Helen ("Helen Milecete")

Born at Halifax. Her father, Robert Morrow, took a great interest in Indian lore, etc., hence the name "Helen Milecete," from one of the two great Indian tribes of Nova Scotia. Now living at Halifax.

A Girl of The North.

A Detached Pirate: The Romance of Guy Vandeleur. Montreal, News Pub. Co., 1903, 347 pp.

The Career of Mrs. Osborne. New York, Smart Set Pub. Co., 1903.

Payne, James

Walter's Word. Toronto, 1875.

Pennee, Mrs. Georgiana M.

The Canadians of Old. Translated from the French of De Gaspé. Quebec, 1864, 331 pp.

Perrett, Miss Jennie

Ben Owen. A Lancashire Story. Toronto, Briggs, 1882, 90 pp.

Petitt, Miss Maud

Beth Woodburn. A Canadian Tale. Toronto, Briggs, 1897, 158 pp.

Phillips, John Arthur

Born in Liverpool, 1842. Commenced journalistic career in New York, 1885. Came to Canada in 1870. Journalist in Ottawa.

Thompson's Turkey. Montreal, 1873.

Hard to Beat. 1877.

From Bad to Worse, Hard to Beat, and A Terrible Christmas. Montreal, 1877, 277 pp.

The Ghost of a Dog. A Christmas Story. Ottawa, 1885, 128 pp.

Out of the Snow, and Other Stories. Ottawa, 1886, 172 pp.

Phillips-Wolley, Clive

Born in England, 1854. Called to the bar, 1884. Emigrated to British Columbia, 1896.

Savage Swanetia. 1883.

Trottings of a Tenderfoot. London, Bentley & Son, 1885.

Snap. London, Longmans, 1890.

Gold, Gold in Cariboo. London, Blackie, 1894, 288 pp.

The Remittance Man.

One of the Broken Brigade. London, Smith, Elder & Co.

The Chicamon Stone. London, Bell, 1900, 295 pp.

Pickard, Mrs. Hannah Maynard

Wife of Rev. H. Pickard.

Procrastination. Boston, 1840, 115 pp.

The Widow's Jewels. Boston, 1844, 114 pp.

Pitts, H. H. ("Brother Jonathan")

Our Joshua as a Reporter. By "Brother Jonathan." Fredericton, N.B., 1884.

Pocock, H. R. Arthur ("Roger Pocock")

Born at Tenby, Wales, 1865. Educated at Agricultural College, Guelph. Entered N.W.M. Police, 1874. Returned to England, 1891.

Tales of Western Life, Lake Superior, and the Canadian Prairie. Ottawa, 1888.

A Frontiersman. London, Methuen, 1903.

Following the Frontier. New York, McClure, 1904.

Potter, Rev. Austin

Methodist minister residing at Georgetown.

From Wealth to Poverty; or, The Tricks of the Traffic. A Story of the Drink Curse. Toronto, Briggs, 328 pp.

Powles, Geo. A.

Born at Powles' Corners, Ont., April 8th, 1857. Educated at Lindsay Collegiate Institute. Went to Chicago, 1881, where he is now Professor of English in West Division High School.

Oliver Langton. Toronto, 1903.

Preston, Sidney H.

Of Clarkson's Crossing. Formerly music master at Model School, Toronto.

An Abandoned Farmer. Toronto, Copp, 1901, 288 pp.

Green Pigs. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1903.

Proctor, John James

Born in Liverpool, 1838. Came to Canada, 1856. Teacher and journalist. At present in Quebec.

The Ragged Philosopher.

The Philosopher in the Clearing. Quebec, 1897, 250 pp.

Ramsay, A. J.

Of Westover, Ont.

One Quiet Day. A Book of Prose and Poetry. Hamilton, 1873, 198 pp.

Rankin, Geo. Cameron

Son of Arthur Rankin, late M.P. for Essex (before Confederation).

The Border Canucks. A Novel. Detroit, 1890, 305 pp.

(Copyrighted by Chas. S. MacDonald.)

Rashleigh, Geo.


John, the Flunkey. Ottawa, 1883.

Reed, Miss Helen Leah

Born St. John, N.B. Graduated at Radcliffe College, 1890. Lives in Boston.

Miss Theodora. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1898.

Brenda, Her School and Her Club. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1900.

Brenda's Summer at Rockley. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1901.

Brenda's Cousin at Radcliffe. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1902.

Brenda's Bargain. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1903.

Richardson, Major John

Born at Niagara, 1796. Died in New York, 1852. The authoritative biography of Richardson is found in Casselman's edition of his "War of 1812" (Historical Pub. Co., Toronto). There also is to be found a full bibliography of Richardson's various writings.

Ecarté; or, The Salons of Paris. 1828.

Wacousta; or, The Prophecy. London, 1832.

The Canadian Brothers; or, The Prophecy.

Fulfilled. A Tale of the late American War. Montreal, 1840, 2 vols., 220, 228 pp.

(Published in United States as "Matilda Montgomerie.")

Hardscrabble; or, The Fall of Chicago. New York, 1850. 100 pp.

Waunangee; or, The Massacre of Chicago. A Romance. New York, 1852.

The Monk Knight of St. John. A Tale of the Crusaders New York, 1850 or 1854.

Westbrook; or, The Outlaw.

Richardson, Robert Lorne

Born at Balderson, Lanark, Ont., June 28th, 1860. Joined staff of Montreal Star, 1879; on the Globe, 1881-2; went to Winnipeg 1882, on Sun. Founded Tribune, 1889. M.P. for Lisgar, 1896-1900.

Colin of the Ninth Concession. Toronto, Morang, 1903, 360 pp.

Roberts, Charles George Douglas

Born at Douglas, N.B., Jan. 10, 1860. Educated at Fredericton under his father and Dr. Parkin, and graduated at the University of New Brunswick in 1879. Was editor of The Week, Toronto (1883-84), and professor in Kings College, Windsor, N.S. (1885-95). Has spent his time since 1895 in New York and London, wholly at literary work.

The Canadians of Old. (Translated from the French of De Gaspé.) Toronto, Hart & Riddell, 1898.

Around the Camp Fire. Toronto, Briggs, 1896, 349 pp.

Earth's Enigmas. 1st Ed., Boston, Lamson, 1896, 291 pp.; 2nd Ed., Toronto, Copp, 1903, 285 pp.

The Forge in the Forest. Toronto, Briggs, 1897, 311 pp.

The Raid From Beauséjour. 1894.

Reube Dare's Shad Boat. 1895.

A Sister to Evangeline. Boston, Lamson, 1898, 289 pp.

By the Marshes of Minas. Toronto, Briggs, 1900, 285 pp.

In the Heart of the Ancient Wood. Toronto, Copp, 1901, 276 pp.

The Kindred of the Wild. Toronto, Copp, 1902, 374 pp.

Barbara Ladd. Toronto, Copp, 1902, 377 pp.

The Watchers of the Trails. Boston, Page, 1904.

The Prisoner of Mademoiselle. Boston, Page, 1904.

Roberts, Theodore

Younger brother of Chas. G. D. Roberts. Born at Fredericton, N.B., July 7, 1877.

Hemming the Adventurer. Boston, Page, 1904, 328 pp.

Robertson, Miss Margaret

A daughter of Rev. Jos. Robertson, Sherbrooke, Que.

Christie Redfern's Troubles.

The Orphans of Glen Elder.

David Fleming's Forgiveness.

The Two Miss Jean Dawsons.

The Bairns; or, Janet's Love and Service. A Story from Canada. By the author of "Christie Redfern's Troubles." London, 1870, 581 pp.

Rogers, Chas. Gordon

Has contributed in prose and verse to periodicals in Canada and United States.

The Scraggville Bandits; or, The Whitecaps of Pepper Island, and Other Stories. Ottawa, 1889.

Rogers, Frank D.

Folk Stories of the Northern Border. Clayton, Thousand Islands Pub. Co., 1897, 273 pp.

Rogers, Dr. Frederic

Sault Ste. Marie.

Nonsense Stories:

The Wonderful Story of Gert's Pussy.

The Wonderful Story of Win's Dodo.

Is the Land of the Grimalkins.

Le Roman D'une Puisse Chat. Detroit, 1900.

A Sequel to "Le Roman."

In the End; Being the Romance of Two Worlds. New York, Editor Publishing Co., 1903, 229 pp.

Rogers, Mrs. Grace Dean McLeod

Born at Liverpool, N.S., 1865. Resides at Amherst, N.S.

Stories of the Land of Evangeline. Boston, Lothrop, 1891, 336 pp.

Ross, Mrs. Ellen

Violet Keith. An Autobiography. Montreal, 1868.

The Wreck of the "White Bear," East Indiaman. Montreal, 1870, 2 vols.

The Legend of the Holy Stone. Montreal, Stevenson, 1878, 473 pp.

A Legend of the Grand Gordons. Montreal, 1873, 647 pp.

Rothwell, Miss Annie

See Mrs. Christie.

Rowe, Miss Lizzie

An Old Woman's Story. Regina, N.W.T., 1886, 15 pp.

Rowell, Mrs. J. H.

Julia Campbell; or, The Enlightenment of a Mind. Montreal, 1876.

Rowson, Mrs.

Charlotte Temple. A Tale of Truth. Hallowell, U.C., 1832, 137 pp.

Royal, Matthew J.

Died in Thorold, Ont., 1900. He attained local celebrity as novelist and playwright. Wrote short stories for New York publishing houses.

The Isle of the Virgins.

Rutherford, John

Charlie Chatterton. A Montreal Story, with Canadian and other Poems. Montreal, Lovell, 1868, 144 pp.

Ryland, Richard

The Coiners of Pompeii. A Romance. Toronto, 1845.

Sadlier, Miss Anna T.

Daughter of Mrs. Mary Anne Sadlier.

Seven Years and Mair.

Ethel Hamilton.

The King's Page.

Sadlier, Mrs. Mary Ann

Maiden name, Madden. Born in Ireland, 1820. Came to Canada, to Montreal, about 1845. Married November, 1846. For a time did editorial work in New York. Spent the last years of her life in Montreal. She is the author of over sixty works, fiction, biography, essays, etc.

Tales of the Olden Time. Montreal.

Eleanor Preston. A Tale of Emigrant Life and Adventure.

The Confederate Chieftains.

Willy Burke.

The Blakes and Flannigans. A Tale illustrative of Irish Life in the United States. New York, 1861.

Con O'Regan.

Aunt Honor's Keepsake.

Stories of the Provinces, and Other Tales. Montreal, 1895, 12mo.

The Story of Master Gerard.

Sandford, Miss Mary Bourchier

Born in Barrie, Ont. Since 1882 in United States. Now in New York.

The Romance of a Jesuit Mission. Toronto, Revell, 1897, 292 pp.

Sandys, Edwin William

Son of the late Rev. Archdeacon Sandys, of Huron. Born at Chatham, Ont., June 9th, 1860. Privately educated. One of the best sporting writers of America. Now on the Outing staff.

Trapper Jim. Toronto, Morang, 1903, 441 pp.

Saunders, Miss Margaret Marshall

Born at Milton, N.S., 1861. Educated in Nova Scotia, Scotland and France. Resides at Halifax.

My Spanish Sailor. London, 1889.

Daisy. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1894.

Beautiful Joe. An Autobiography. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1894.

For the Other Boy's Sake, and Other Stories. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1896.

Charles and His Lamb. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1896.

The House of Armour. Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 1897.

The King of the Park. New York, Crowell, 1897, 226 pp.

Rose à Charlitte. Boston, L. C. Page & Co., 1898, 516 pp.


Deficient Saints. A Tale of Maine. Boston, L. C. Page & Co., 1899.

Her Sailor. A Love Story. Boston, Page, 1900, 321 pp.

(This is really a second enlarged edition of "My Spanish Sailor.")

For His Country. Boston, Page, 1900.

Tilda Jane. Toronto, Briggs, 1901, 287 pp.

Beautiful Joe's Paradise; or, The Island of Brotherly Love. Boston, Page, 1902.

(A sequel to "Beautiful Joe.")

The Story of the Graveleys. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 284 pp.

Savigny, Mrs. Annie Gregg

Wrote extensively on astronomical subjects for the Toronto Astral Society. Died 1903.

A Heart-Song of To-Day. A Novel. Toronto, 1886.

A Romance of Toronto. (Founded on fact.) A Novel. Toronto, 1888, 229 pp.

Lion, the Mastiff. (From life.) Toronto, Briggs, 1895, 195 pp.

Three Wedding Rings. Toronto, Hunter, Rose & Co.

Scaife, Arthur H.

English birth and education. Came to British Columbia. Helped to establish The Province. Arranged a series of historical charts.

Three Letters of Credit, and Other Stories. By "Kim Biler." Victoria, B.C., 1894, 123 pp.

As It Was in the Fifties. 1895

Scott, Duncan Campbell

Born at Ottawa, Aug. 2, 1862. In civil service.

In the Village of Viger. Boston, 1892.

Scott, Rev. Frederick George

Born at Montreal, April 7, 1861. Educated at Lennoxville and King's College, London. Ordained priest, 1886. Now curate of St. Matthew's, Que.

Elton Hazelwood. New York, 1892.

The Bible Oracle.

The Unpardonable Sin of Mr. Baggs.

The Soul-Snake.

The Smile of Christ.

Sellar, Robert

Born in Scotland. Editor and proprietor of The Canadian Gleaner, Huntingdon, Que.

Gleaner Tales. Vol. I. Huntingdon, Que., 1886, 12mo.

Gleaner Tales. Vol. II.

Hemlock. A Tale of the War of 1812. Montreal, 1890, 12mo.

Seton, Ernest Thompson

Born in South Shields, England, Aug. 14, 1860. Came to Canada at age of five. Educated at Toronto. Was naturalist for Manitoba Government. Now in New York.

Wild Animals I Have Known. New York, Scribner's, 1898, 358 pp.

The Trail of a Sand-Hill Stag. New York, Scribner's, 1899, 93 pp.

The Biography of a Grizzly. Toronto, Copp, 1900, 167 pp.

Lives of the Hunted. Toronto, Copp, 1901, 360 pp.

The Two Little Savages. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 552 pp.

Seymour, Rev. J. C.

The Temperance Battlefield, and How to Gain the Day. (Temperance Tales.) Toronto, Briggs, 1882.

Shaw, Campbell

A Romance of the Rockies. Toronto, 1889.

Sheard, Mrs. Virna

Wife of Dr. Sheard, Medical Health Officer, Toronto.

Trevelyan's Little Daughters. Toronto, Briggs, 1898, 197 pp.

A Maid of Many Moods. Toronto, Copp, 1902, 177 pp.

(By the Queen's Grace, to be published shortly.)

Sheldrake, Sparham ("Sigma")

of Lakefield, Ont.

Curious Facts. Prose and Verse. Toronto, Williamson, 1895, 123 pp.

Shepherd, J. C.

A Farmer's Three Years' Experience in Merchandise. St. Thomas, 1891, 155 pp.

Sheppard, "Doc"

The Life of . . . ; or, The Adventures of a Push-cart. By Tamen Reysh. Toronto, 1881.

Sheppard, Edmund Ernest

Born in South Dorchester, 1855. Editor Saturday Night.

Dolly: The Young Widow Up to Felders. Toronto, Hunter, Rose & Co., 1886.

Widower Jones. His Loss and Adventures in Search of a Companion. Toronto, Sheppard Pub. Co., 1888.

A Bad Man's Sweetheart. Toronto, Sheppard Pub. Co., 1889.

Shibley, Fred. W.

Born in Lennox and Addington County, Ont. Resides at Providence, R.I., broker.

A Bundle of Yarns. Providence, R.I., 1900, 250 pp.

Shinnick, J.

The Banker's Daughter; or, Her First and Last Ball. A Novel. Montreal, 1891, 74 pp.

Simpson, Maria

The Toronto Rine Boys. A Temperance Story. Toronto, Methodist Book Room, 1878, 62 pp.

Sinclair, C. M. ("Malcolm")

Baggageman on M.C.R. Resides at Bridgeburg, Ont.

The Dear Old Farm. A Canadian Story. St. Thomas, 1897, 198 pp.

Skelton, Mrs. H.

A Man Trap, and The Fatal Inheritance. Two Temperance Tales. Toronto, 1876, 152 pp.

Skelten, Madame

Grace Morton. Toronto, 1873. Morton.

Smith, Edgar Maurice

A Daughter of Humanity. 1894.

Aneroestes the Gaul. A Fragment of the Second Punic War. Montreal, Grafton, 1898, 242 pp.

The Baroness de Denonville. Montreal, 1900.

Smith, F. Clifford

Montreal. On Star staff. Writes dramas and short stories.

A Prairie Episode. London Tit-Bits, 1894.

A Lover in Homespun, and Other Stories. Toronto, Briggs, 1896, 201 pp.

A Daughter of Patricians. Toronto, 1900.

The Fencing Master. London, 1902.

Smith, Thos. B.

Young Lion of the Woods; or, A Story of Early Colonial Days. Halifax, 1889, 147 pp.

Rose Carney. A Story of Ever-shifting Scene on Land and Sea. Windsor, N.S., 1890.

Backward Glances. Halifax, 1898, 254 pp.

Sparrow, Charles

Shadows of the Deep. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 176 pp.

Sparrow, Malcolm Weethee ("Max Moineau")

Born Athens, Ohio, Aug. 11, 1862, of Canadian parentage. Since 1879 in Toronto. Dentist. Contributor of short stories to magazines.

The Lady of Chateau-Blanc. An Historical Romance. Toronto, Brough, 1896, 70 pp.

Spedon, Andrew Learmont

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 21, 1831. Taught school in Lower Canada. Wrote verse and prose for journals. Took up farming at Chateauguay, Lower Canada. Died in Bermuda, Sept. 26, 1884.

Tales of the Canadian Forest. Montreal, 1861, 260 pp.

Rambles Among the Bluenoses. Montreal, 1863.

Canadian Summer Evening Tales. Montreal, 1866, 208 pp.

Sprague, Miss E.

An Earnest Trifler. Toronto, 1880.

Stevens, Chas. A.

A Sailor Boy's Experience. Napanee, Ont., 1892.

Stevenson, Miss Laura Agnes

The Ladies' Benevolent and Industrial Sallymag Society. By L. S., Charlottetown, P.E.I., 1868, 89 pp.

Stringer, Arthur J.

Born London, Ont., Feb. 26, 1874. Educated Toronto University and Oxford, England. Spends his summers in Ontario, his winters in New York.

The Loom of Destiny. Boston, Small, Maynard and Co., 1899, 208 pp.

The Silver Poppy. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 291 pp.

Swabey, Maurice

Voices from Abegveet; or, Home on the Wave. London, 1878.

Swire, Frederick

Short Poems, and Other Writings. London, Ont., 1877, 109 pp.

Talon-Lesperance, J. (see Lesperance)

Tapley, K. C.

Born in St. John, N.B. Still residing there.

Tappings by Casey Tap. St. John, 1884.

Templeton-Armstrong, Mrs. I.

The Old Vice and the New Chivalry. Toronto, Briggs, 1884, 178 pp.

Teskey, Miss Adeline M.

Of Welland.

Where the Sugar Maple Grows. Idylls of a Canadian Village. Toronto, Musson, 1901, 240 pp.

Thomas, Cyrus

Born at Troy, N.Y., 1836.

The Frontier Schoolmaster. The Autobiography of a Teacher. Montreal, Lovell, 1880, 465 pp.

Thompson, Mrs. John G.

Wrote under the maiden name of Re Agatha Armour. School teacher in New Brunswick. Died at Fredericton, 1891.

Marion Wilburn. St. John.

Lady Rosamond's Secret. St. John, 1880.

Sylvia Leigh; or, The Heiress of Glenmarle. St. John, 1880.

Marguerite Verne. St. John, 1880.

Thompson, Phillips

Journalist. Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, Nov. 25, 1843. Came to St. Catharines, Canada, with his parents in 1856 or 1857; since 1867 in Toronto. Studied law and became a solicitor, but drifted into journalism and became interested in social problems. "The Politics of Labor," New York, Belford Clarke & Co., 1887, 212 pp., is a result of his study of these questions.

Jimuel Briggs. His Political Experience at Toronto, Ottawa, and Elsewhere. (Reprinted from the Mail.) Toronto, 1873.

Thomson, Edward William

Born in Peel County, Ont., Feb. 12, 1849. Educated at Trinity College. Served in American Civil War, 1864-5, and in Q.O.R. in 1866. Was engineer on Carillon Canal. Became chief editorial writer on Globe, 1879-91, then joined Youth's Companion. Resides in Ottawa.

Old Man Savarin and Other Stories. Toronto, Briggs, 1895, 289 pp.

Walter Gibbs, the Young Boss, and Other Stories. Toronto, Briggs, 1896, 362 pp.

Between Earth and Sky. Toronto, Briggs, 1897, 295 pp.

Smoky Days. Boston, 1901.

Thorold, W. J. ("Louie Barron")

Born at Toronto, Oct. 7, 1871. B.A. of McMaster University, 1895. Now in London, England.

Zerola of Nazareth. By Louie Barron. Toronto, Musson, 1895, 160 pp.

Near the Throne. New York, Meyer and Co., 1897.

Tilley, Mrs. H. E. ("Elizabeth S. Tucker")

Born in St. John and still residing there.

The Magic Key. Boston, 1901.

Todd, Mrs. F. H.

Of St. Stephen, N.B.

Round Hill Series of Sunday School Books. 4 volumes.

Traill, Mrs. Catharine Parr

Was one of the famous Strickland sisters. Born at London, Kent, England, Jan. 9th, 1802. Came to Canada, 1832. Died at Lakefield, Ont., 1899.

Lady Mary and her Nurse; or, A Peep into Canadian Forests. London, 1850.

Now published under the title, "Afar in the Forest" (Nelsons).

The Canadian Crusoes. A Tale of Rice Lake Plains. London, Hall & Virtue, 1852, 368 pp.

This was edited by her sister, Agnes Strickland. It is now published under the title, "Lost in the Backwoods" (Nelsons).

Cot and Cradle Stories. Toronto, Briggs, 1895, 139 pp.

Pearls and Pebbles. Toronto, Briggs, 1894, 241 pp.

Try-Davies, J.

A Semi-Detached House and Other Stories. Montreal, Lovell, 1900, 164 pp.

Love & Company, Limited. Montreal, W. Foster Brown, 1901, 114 pp.

(This latter in collaboration with Mary Woolston.)

Tsyr, Paul

G. W. Dwyer, K. W. A Novel. Montreal, 1895, 250 pp.

Vial, Miss Alexia Agnes

Grim Truth. A Short Story. Montreal, 1890, 37 pp.

Walker, Miss Annie L.

Born in England. Resided in Sarnia, Ont., where she taught in a private school. Wrote the well known hymn, "Work for the Night is Coming."

Leaves from the Canadian Backwoods. Montreal, 1861, 174 pp.

Wallace, Rev. M. A.

For some time parish priest of St. Stephen, N.B.

Well! Well! A Tale Founded on Fact. New York, 1855, 312 pp.

Walsh, Henry Cecil

Bonhomme. French-Canadian Stories and Sketches. Toronto, Briggs, 1899, 252 pp.

Walsh, Miss E. H.

Cedar Creek. A Tale of Canadian Life. London, Religious Tract Society, 1902.

(A reprint of the edition of 1859.)

Foster Brothers of Doon.

The Manuscript Man.

Watson, Samuel James

Born Armagh, Ireland, 1837. Librarian of Legislature of Ontario, 1871-1881. Died at Toronto, 1881.

The Peace Killer; or, The Massacre of Lachine. Toronto, 1870, 30 pp.

Watt, Mrs. Alfred J. (Madge Robertson)

Daughter of Henry Robertson, K.C., of Collingwood. Resides in Victoria, British Columbia.

Janet's Love and Service.

(There is doubtless confusion here between Miss Margaret Robertson and Mrs. Watt.)

Weaver, Miss Emily P.

Born near Manchester, England. Emigrated to Canada at age of 15. Now in Halifax, N.S.

My Lady Nell. Boston, 1889.

The Rabbi's Sons. Boston, 1891.

Soldiers of Liberty. A Story of the Wars in the Netherlands. Toronto, Briggs, 1892, 128 pp.

Prince Rupert's Namesake. Boston, 1893.

The Rainproof Invention. Boston, 1897.

Weir, A.

Born in Montreal, June 17, 1864. Died, 1900.

A Canuck Down South. Montreal, 1898, 182 pp.

Wetherald, Miss Ethelwyn ("Bel Thistlewaite")

Born at Rockwood, Ont. Now lives at Fenwick, Ont.

An Algonquin Maiden. A Romance of the Early Days of Upper Canada. Toronto, 1886.

(In collaboration with G. Mercer Adam.)

Williams, C. R.

Resided at Cobourg, Upper Canada, about 1859.

The Rival Families, and The Stolen Jewels. Cobourg, Ont., 1858, 147 pp.

Williams, Mrs. C. R.

The Neutral French; or, The Exiles of Nova Scotia. 2 vols. in 1. 2nd Ed., Providence, R.I., 1841.

Willis, J. H.

Scraps and Sketches; or, The Album of a Literary Lounger. Montreal, 1831, 246 pp.

Willson, Henry Beckles

Born in Montreal, 1869. Eldest son of the late Henry Willson, Colborne, Ont. Educated at Kingston. Journalist in Boston, Cuba and London, Eng. Returned to Canada in 1896 as correspondent for London Daily Mail. Resides at Colborne, Ont.

Harold; A Race Experiment. 1891.

The Losing of Virel. 1892.

Drift. 1894.

Wilson, Miss Anna May

Chatsworth, Ont.

The Days of Mohammed. Chicago, Cook.

A Star in a Prison. A Tale of Canada. Chicago, Cook, 1898, 98 pp.

Wilson, Cornelius

Of Galt, Ont.

Rescued in Time. A Tale. Toronto, Briggs, 1894, 304 pp.

Wilson, Rev. Robert ("Mark Mapleton")

Born at Fort George, Scotland, 1833. Educated at Prince Edward Island. Entered the Methodist ministry, 1853. Journalist.

Tried but True. St. John, 1874, 300 pp.

Never Give Up. St. John, 1878, 287 pp.

Withrow, Rev. William H.

Born at Toronto, Aug. 6, 1839. Educated at Victoria College and Toronto University, 1863. Ordained as Methodist minister, 1866. Editor of Canadian Methodist Magazine. D.D., 1880.

The King's Messenger; or, Lawrence Temple's Probation. A Story of Canadian life. Toronto, 1879.

Valeria, the Martyr of the Catacombs. Toronto, Briggs, 1880, 243 pp.

Neville Trueman, the Pioneer Preacher. A Tale of the War of 1812. Toronto, 1880, 252 pp.

Life in a Parsonage. A Tale of Missionary Labor in the Backwoods. Toronto, 1882.

Wood, Miss Joanna E.

Resides at Queenston, Ont.

Judith Moore; or, Fashioning a Pipe. Toronto, Ontario Publishing Co., 1898, 240 pp.

The Untempered Wind. Toronto, Ontario Publishing Co., 1898, 314 pp.

A Daughter of Witches. Toronto, Gage, 1900.

Farden Ha'. London, Hurst & Blackett, 1902, 336 pp.

Wood, W. P.

Minnie Trail; or, The Woman of Wentworth. A Tragedy in three acts. Hamilton, 1871.

Woods, William Carson

Son of Alexander Woods, a well-known citizen of Quebec. Born, 1860. Educated at High School and at Stanstead College. In 1881 went to Australia on business for the firm. Settled in Winnipeg, 1893. Later years spent in Toronto and Quebec. Died, July, 1902.

The Isle of the Massacre. Toronto, Publishers' Syndicate, 1901, 98 pp.

Woolston, Mary

Love & Company, Limited. Montreal, W. Foster Brown, 1901, 114 pp.

(In collaboration with J. Try-Davies.)

Yates, Abel

Of Napanee. Deceased.

Violets; or, Jasper Luckings, The Kanuck Landlord and California Gardener. A Tragi-comedy. 1884.

York, Mrs. Eva Rose

Born in Ont., Dec. 22, 1858. Educated at Woodstock College and the New England Conservatory, Boston. Writer of verse and sketches of child life. Now engaged in refuge work, Toronto.

Chaon Orr. Portions of His Autobiography. Belleville, Ont., 1896, 113 pp.

The White Letter. Toronto, Briggs, 1903, 107 pp.

Young, Rev. Egerton Ryerson

Born at Crosby, Ont., 1840. Spent eight years in mission work in the North-West. Lecturer and author. Now residing in Toronto.

Stories from Indian Wigwams and Northern Camp-Fires. Toronto, Briggs.

Three Boys in the Wild North Land. Toronto, Briggs, 1897, 311 pp.

On the Indian Trail. Toronto, Revell.

By Canoe and Dog-Train Among the Cree and Salteaux Indians. (Illus.) Toronto, Briggs.

Oowikapun; or, How the Gospel Reached the Nelson River Indians. (Illus.) Toronto, Briggs, 1895, 162 pp.

My Dogs in the North Land. Toronto, Revell, 1902, 285 pp.

Algonquin Indian Tales. Toronto, Revell, 1903, 256 pp.

Nabuno. Toronto, Revell, 1904.

Young, Miss Katherine A.

Stories of the Maple Land. Tales of the Early Days of Canada for Children. Toronto, Copp, 1898, 120 pp.

Yule, Mrs. J. C. ("Miss Pamelia S. Vining")

Died at Ingersoll, 1896.

Sowing and Reaping; or, Records of the Ellisson Family. Toronto, Briggs, 1899, 404 pp.

Up Hill; or, Paul Sutherland's Progress. (Illus.) Philadelphia, A.B.P.S., 416 pp.


Bellegarde, the Adopted Indian Boy. A Canadian Tale. London, Eng., 1833, 3 vols., I., pp. xx., 267; II., pp. 264; III., pp. 264.

The Brock Family. By A. L. O. M. (A Lady of Manitoba). Toronto, Briggs, 1890, 263 pp.

Constance of Acadia. A Novel. Boston, 1886, 368 pp.

A story of the La Tour-Charnisay feuds.

The Adopted Daughter; or, The Trials of Sabra. A Tale of Real Life. Ogdensburg, 1858; 2nd Ed., revised and amended, Montreal, 1863, 198 pp.

Till the Day Breaks. A Story of a Canadian Mission. Published by S.P.C.K., London, 1886.


The Two Elders of the Meal Club Plot. By "Toots." Toronto, 1856.

The Epistles. By Hugh Airlie (Mrs. J. K. Lawson?). Illustrated by Bengough. Toronto, 1882, 103 pp.

"Eurydice" Ahoy. A Yacht Cruise on Lake Champlain, 1880. Montreal, 1881.

Thrilling Stories of the Forest and Frontier. By an Old Hunter. (Numerous illustrations.) 296 pp.

The Canadian Girl; or, The Pirates of the Lakes. London, 1838, 716 pp. By the authoress of "The Jew's Daughter," etc., etc.

Quebec and New York; or, The Three Beauties. An Historical Romance of 1775. By the author of the "Pirate of the Gulf" (Lakes?). London, 1839, 3 vols., 308, 284, 292 pp.

My Young Master. Life in Glenshire.

The Settler's First Grist. A Prize Story.

Heaven's Gate. A Canadian Story. By a Boston lady. ("Lawrence Severn.")

Henry; or, The Juvenile Traveller. By the Wife of a British Officer resident in Canada. London, 1836, 136 pp.

A Summer Holiday. By E. A. G. Toronto, Wm. Briggs, 1887, 38 pp.

The Old and New Home. A Canadian Tale. By J. E. Toronto, 1870, 144 pp.

Items (in the Life of an Usher); or, Travel, Anecdote and Popular Errors. By One in Retirement. Quebec, 1855.

Jickling's Experiences. A Reminiscence of Eton Life. Edited by J. R. Montreal, 1896.

The Story of John and Jonathan. By R. Urtica. Ottawa, 1871, 28 pp.

The Decline and Fall of Keewatin. A Satire. Illustrated by Bengough, Toronto, 1876, 28 pp.

The Kidnappers. A Tragico-comical Melodrama. In ten acts.

Kühleborn, a Town of the Thames. Written and illustrated with a Faber's BB. By Professor Blot. London, Advertiser, 1881, 140 pp.

The Lady of the Beacon of Araheera. A Chronicle of Innishowen. Edited by P. Peppergrass. Quebec, 1857, 187 pp.

No Laggards We. Hamilton, Lancefield Brothers. 84 pp.

Isabel Leicester. A Romance. By "Maude Alma." 182 pp. Hamilton, Ont., 1874. Spectator Printing House.

Forest Life. By the author of a "New Home." London, 1842, 125 pp.

Lorette. The History of Louise, daughter of a Canadian Nun. New York, 1834, 208 pp.

The Loyalists: Rose and Minnie. A Tale of Canada in 1837. London, 1868.

The Ruined Merchant, Grave Doings, The Statesman, The Thunderstruck, and The Boxer. By a late Physician. Toronto, 1849, 319 pp.

Monkswold. A Novel. By "Judith Tempest." St. John, N.B.

The Hunted Outlaw; or, Donald Morrison, the Canadian Rob Roy. Montreal, 1889.

Nothing Like Black on White. By Miss E. F. A Canadian Story.

Ottawah, the Last Chief of the Red Indians of Newfoundland. A Romance. London, England, 176 pp.

"Owahyah." Birch bark legends of Niagara, founded on traditions among the Iroquois, or Six Nations. St. Catharines, Journal Print, 1884, 56 pp.

Owindia. A True Tale of the Mackenzie River Indians. 67 pp.

The Pearl; or, Affection's Gift. Philadelphia, 1834.

The Pearl of Troyes; or, Reminiscences of the Early Days of Ville Marie. As revealed in the heroic life of Sister Marguerite Bourgeoys, foundress and first Superior of the Congregation of Notre Dame. Montreal, 1878.

Sir Peter Pettysham. A Satirical Story of Canadian Life. 1882.

Philip's Life Work. A Temperance Tale. By E. K. E. Toronto, 1881.

Variety of Poetry and Prose. By the "Bard of Niagara." Montreal, Lovell, 1872, 256 pp.

Reminiscences of a Bungle. By One of the Bunglers. Toronto, Grip Pub. Co., 1887, 60 pp.

Ridgeway. An Historical Romance of the Fenian Invasion of Canada. By Scian Dubh (Jas. McCarrol?). Buffalo, 1868, 257 pp.

The Sandfields. N. d., 24 pp.

When the Shadows Flee Away. A Story of Canadian Society. Montreal, 1891.

Sketches. By Dom Pedro. Toronto, 1891, 120 pp.

The Storm of '92. A Grandfather's Tale Told in 1932. Toronto, Sheppard Pub. Co., 1889, 71 pp.

Elspeth Sutherland; or, The Effects of Faith. Toronto, 48 pp.

Our Swell. Chatham, Ont., 1881, 36 pp.

The Ups and Downs of No. 7, Rexville. By An Old Maid.

A Voice from the Wilderness of Canada. Toronto, 1870.

Wars of The Gulls. An Historical Romance. In three chapters. New York, published at the Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare Gallery, 1812, 36 pp.

The Narrative of a Commuted Pensioner. By J. W. (John Williamson?) Montreal, 1838, 2 vols., 320, 320 pp.

"Witness" Stories: Sea, Forest and Prairie. Being Stories of Life and Adventures in Canada, Past and Present. By Boys and Girls in Canadian Schools. Montreal, 1893, 323 pp.

They Two; or, Phases of Life in Eastern Canada Fifty Years Ago. By an ex-Journalist. (Written 1875.) John Lovell & Sons, Montreal, 1888, 164 pp.

Two and Twenty Years Ago. A Tale of the Canadian Rebellion. By a Backwoods Man. Toronto, 1858.

Recollections of a Convict, and Miscellaneous Pieces. By Y--le. Montreal, R. & C. Chalmers, 1847, 206 pp.

One Mistake. A Manitoba Reminiscence. By Zero. Montreal, 1888.

A Chance Acquaintance.


Alix John--Miss Alice Jones.

An Old Angler--Harry Venning.

Angus Evan Abbott--James Barr.

Bel Thistlewaite--Ethelwyn Wetherald.

Ben Zeene--L. L. Davison.

Bernard-- } Miss Helen Boggs.

Nell Gwynne--}

Bluenose--Geo. Edward Fenety.

Brother Jonathan--H. H. Pitts.

Caris Sima--Miss Clara H. Mountcastle.

Carleton--Mrs. C. A. Baird.

Constance McDonald--Mrs. J. B. Hammond.

Cousin May Carleton--Mrs. May Agnes Fleming.

Cousin Sandy--John Fraser.

Douglas Erskine--J. S. Buchan.

Dyjan Fergus--Miss Ida May Ferguson.

Edward Hugomont--Hugh E. Montgomerie.

Eric Bohn--Dr. Price Brown.

Esperance--Miss A. M. Ardagh.

Fidelis--Miss A. M. Machar.

Garth Grafton--Mrs. Everard Cotes (Sara J. Duncan).

Geoffrey Cuthbert Strange--Miss Grace S. Campbell.

George Graham--Mrs. Dobbin.

Glenelg--J. W. Frost.

Gowan Lea--Miss Mary Morgan.

Grant Balfour--J. M. Grant.

Guy Pollock--Robert Douglas Hamilton.

Helen Milecete--Mrs. Pasque (née Morrow), Halifax.

Hon. Francis Thistleton--William Henry Fleet.

Hugh Airlie--Mrs. Jessie K. Lawson (?).

Jean Forsyth--Miss J. N. McIlwraith.

Jimuel Briggs--Phillips Thompson.

Judith Tempest--

Judson Frame-- ----Davidson.

Julian Durham--Mrs. J. W. Henshaw.

J. Cawdor Bell--Rev. John Campbell.

J. Try-Davies--Mrs. Sophie Almon Hensley.

Katherine Leslie--Miss Kate Lawson.

Kim Biler--Arthur W. Scaife.

Lally Bernard--Mrs. FitzGibbon.

Louie Barron--W. J. Thorold.

Loyal Janet--Mrs. Annie L. Jack.

Luke Sharp--Robert Barr.

Mack Cloie--Rev. A. McKibbin.

Malcolm--C. M. Sinclair.

Maple Knot--Ebenezer Clemo.

Maple Leaf--Miss F. Gwilt.

Mark Mapleton--Rev. Robert Wilson.

Marx Hawthorne--A. E. Greenwood.

Mary Markwell--Mrs. Kate B. Hayes.

Maude Alma--

Maude--Miss Clotilda Jennings.

Max Moineau--Malcolm W. Sparrow.

Mrs. Merry Body--Miss L. E. F. Barry.

Mungo Coulter Goggle--Dr. Robert Douglas Hamilton.

Nora-- } Mrs. McDougall.

Paul Peppergrass--}


Paul Pedro-- } John A Copland.

Robert Thornhill--}

Pharos--Miss L. B. Durand.

P. S. V(ining)--Mrs. J. C. Yule.

Ralph Connor--Rev. C. W. Gordon.

Stanford Eveleth--Mrs. Emma Wells Dickson.

Robin Rustler--Rev. John Maclean.

R. E. M(ullins)--Mrs. R. E. Leprohon.

Tamen Reysh--"Doc" Sheppard.

Saladin--Dr. James Hannay.

Sam Scribble--

Sam Slick--Thomas Chandler Haliburton. [This was not really a pen-name but the name of Haliburton's most famous character, and often applied to him.]

Seranus--Mrs. S. Frances Harrison.

Sigma--Sparham Sheldrake.

Talon Laclede--John Talon Lesperance.


Vera--Miss Kate M. Barry.

Wallace Lloyd--Dr. James Algie.

Wilfrid Chateauclair--W. D. Lighthall.

W. C. T. U.--Mrs. DeWolf.


Ballantyne, R. M.

Away in the Wilderness. Life Among Red Indians and Fur Traders.

Charlie to the Rescue. London, Nisbet & Co.

Hudson's Bay; or, Everyday Life in the Wilds of North America. Edinburgh, 1848.

Over the Rocky Mountains; or, Wandering Will in the Land of the Redskins.

Snowflakes and Sunbeams; or, The Young Fur Traders. A Tale of the Far North. Edinburgh, 1857, New York.

The Big Otter. London, Nisbet & Co.

The Buffalo Runners. London, Nisbet & Co.

The Golden Dream. Adventures in the Far West. London, Nisbet & Co.

The Norseman in the West. London, Nisbet & Co.

The Pioneers. A Tale of the Western Wilderness.

The Red Man's Revenge (Red River Expedition). London, Nisbet & Co., 1880.

The Young Fur Traders. London, Nisbet & Co.

Ungava. A Tale of Esquimaux Land. Edinburgh, 1857; New York.

Besant & Rice

The Golden Butterfly. London, Chatto & Windus.

Bindloss, Harold

A Wide Dominion. London, 1899, 240 pp.

A Sower of Wheat. London, Chatto, 1901, 373 pp.

Off the Roll. London.

His Master Purpose. London, Methuen, 1903.

The Mistress of Bonaventure. London, Chatto, 1904.

Black, William

Stand Fast! Craig Royston! London, Low & Co.

Brady, Cyrus T.

The Quiberon Touch. (Taking of Quebec.) New York, Appleton & Co., 1901.

Brooke, Mrs. Francis (1745-1789)

History of Emily Montague. London, 1769, 4 vols., 12mo.

Browne, G. Waldo

Born at Deerfield, N.H., 1851.

The Young Gunbearer. A Tale of the Neutral Ground, Acadia, and the Siege of Louisburg. Boston, Page, 1902, 12mo, 334 pp.

The Woodranger. Boston, 1902, 312 pp.

The Hero of the Hills. 1901.

Burgin, G. B.

Born in England in 1856. Came to Canada, 1876. Returned to England, 1885.

Under the Shadow.

His Lordship and Others. 1894.

The Dance at the Four Corners. 1894.

Tuxter's Little Maid. 1895.

The Judge at the Four Corners. 1896.

Shutters of Silence. New York, Smart Set Pub. Co., 1902.

Butler, General Sir William Francis, K.C.B.

Author of "The Great Lone Land."

Red Cloud, the Solitary Sioux. London, Low & Co.

Capes, Bernard

Love Like a Gipsy. (Period of 1758.) London, Constable, 1901.

Catherwood, Mary Hartwell

Born Luray, Licking Co., O., Dec. 16th, 1847. Educated partly in Montreal. Died 1902.

The Lady of Fort St. John. (Atlantic, Mo., July, 1891.) Boston, 1891.

Dedicated to Dr. Bourinot and Dr. Geo. Stewart.

Mackinac and Lake Stories. New York, Harper & Bros., 1900.

The Romance of Dollard. (New France.) New York, Century Co.

The White Islander. (Old Indian Wars.) New York, Century Co.

The Chase of St. Castin. (French Wars.) Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co.

Cullum, Ridgwell

The Story of the Foss River Ranch. Toronto, Copp, 1903.

The Hound from the North. The Story of a Canadian Farm. London, Chapman & Hall, 1904.

Dashwood, Capt. Lewis

Stationed in New Brunswick, 1864-8.

Chiploquorgan; or, Life by the Campfire in the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland. Dublin, 1871.

Daunt, Achilles

The Three Trappers. London, Nelsons, 1884, 256 pp.

The Land of the Moose, the Bear and the Beaver. London, Nelsons, 1885, 328 pp.

Dickens, Charles

American Notes. New York; London, Chapman & Hall, 1876, 104 pp.

Donkin, J. G.

Trooper and Redskin: Recollections of Life in the North-West Mounted Police, Canada. London, Low & Co.

Doyle, Conan

The Refugees. New York, Harper, 1893.

Gard, Anson A.

The Yankee in Quebec.

Uncle Sam in Quebec.

The Wandering Yankee. New York, Emerson Press, 1902, 349 pp.

My Friend Bill.

A Modern Soliloquy.

Goodrich, S. G.

Peter Parley's Tales about Canada. London, 1839.

Gordon, Glanville

Nootka: A Tale of Vancouver Island. London, Sands, 1899.

Gordon, W. J.

Englishman's Haven. (A Tale of Louisburg.) New York, Appleton and Co., 1892.

Grant, Jeannette A.

Through Evangeline's Country. Boston, Page & Co., 1894.

Haggard, Lieut-Col. Andrew

A Canadian Girl. London, Longmans, 1904.

Hatton, Joseph

Under the Great Seal. (Lorne administration, Newfoundland.) London, Hutchinson & Co.

Heathcote, Mrs. Edmund

The Admiral's Niece; or, A Tale of Nova Scotia. London, 1858, 2 vols.

Henham, Ernest G.

Menotah. A Tale of the Canadian North-West (Louis Riel) Rebellion. London, Skeffington & Son; Toronto, Copp, 1897.

The Ploughshare and the Sword: A Tale of Old Quebec. Copp, 1903, 344 pp.

Henty, G. A.

With Wolfe in Canada. Glasgow, Blackie & Son.

Higginson, Ella

The Flower That Grew in the Sand. 2nd Ed. (enlarged), "From the Lane of the Snow Pearls." Tales of Puget Sound. New York, MacMillan, 1897, 268 pp.

Howells, Wm. Dean

Their Wedding Journey. New York, Harper & Bros.

Jameson, Mrs.

Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada, 1838. Sketches in Canada. London, 1852.

Jones, James Athearn

Haverhill; or, Memoirs of an Officer in the Army of Wolfe. London, 1831. 3 vols. Volume I., 314 pp.; Volume II., 335 pp.; Volume III., 350 pp.

Kingston, W. H. G.

In the Rocky Mountains. Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons.

The Log House by the Lake. A Tale of Canada. London, 1864.

(See also his "Western Wanderings; or, A Pleasure Tour in the Canadas," 1855, 2 vols.)

Afar in the Forest. A Tale of Settler Life in North America. 1880.

Knight, Chas.

A Romance of Acadia: Two Centuries Ago. London, 1874. 3 vols., 235, 247, 235 pp.

(This was filled out by a daughter and a granddaughter from a sketch by Knight.)

Lane, Edward

The Fugitives; or, A Trip to Canada. London, 1830, 496 pp.

An interesting tale, chiefly founded on facts, interspersed with observations on the manners, customs, etc., of the colonists and Indians.

Leland, Charles Godfrey

The Algonquin Legends of New England; or, Myths and Folklore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Tribes. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1884.

Contains much referring to N.S. and N.B.

London, Jack

Born San Francisco, 1876. Lived for a time in the Klondike.

The Call of the Wild. A Tale of the Klondike. Toronto, Morang & Co., 1903.

The Son of the Wolf. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1900.

The God of His Fathers. New York, McClure, Phillips & Co., 1901.

A Daughter of the Snows. Philadelphia, Lippincott & Co., 1902.

The Children of the Frost. Toronto, Morang & Co., 1902.

The Cruise of the "Dazzler." New York, Century Co., 1902.

Lorne, Marquis of

From Shadow to Sunlight. New York, Appleton, 1891, 157 pp.

Lyman, Olive L.

Sackett's Harbor, N.Y.

The Trail of the Grand Seigneur. Toronto, McLeod, 1903, 432 pp.

Lynch, Jeremiah

Three Years in the Klondike. London, Arnold, 1904.

Mackie, John

The Prodigal's Brother.

The Devil's Playground. London, T. F. Unwin.

Marryat, Captain Francis

The Settlers in Canada. London, 1844, 2 vols.; New York, 1854, 2 vols.

Also his "Diary in America," part second of which deals with Canada. London, 1840.

Mercier, Anne, and Violet Watt

The Red House by the Rockies. A Tale of Riel's Rebellion. (S.P.C.K.) London, 126 pp.

This introduces a son of Charles Dickens, who was inspector of police at Fort Pitt at the time of the Rebellion.

A Home in the North-West. (S.P.C.K.) London.

Merwin, Samuel

The Road to Frontenac. Toronto, Copp, 1901, 404 pp.

Mitchell, Dr. Silas Weir

Born Philadelphia, Feb. 15th, 1830.

When all the Woods are Green. A Canadian Story (?). New York, Century Co.

Far in the Forest. New York, Century Co.

Adventures of Francois. New York, Century Co.

Monroe, Kirk

At War with Pontiac. (Redcoats and Redskins.) New York, Chas. Scribner's Sons.

Murfree, Miss Mary N. ("Charles Egbert Craddock")

The Story of Old Fort Loudon. (French War in North America.) London, Macmillan & Co.

Murray, W. H. H.

Of Burlington, Vermont.

The Doom of Mamelons. A Legend of the Saguenay. Philadelphia, 1888, 136 pp. (with a description and map of the Lake St. John and Saguenay Regions); Quebec, 1888, 208 pp.

Daylight Land. 1888.

McCrea, Lt.-Col. R. B.

Lost Amid the Fogs. Sketches of Life in Newfoundland. London, Low, 1869.

McCullough, Rev. Thos., D.D.

(About 1776-1843.)

Colonial Gleanings. Edinburgh, 1826, 144 pp.

(Consists of two short tales or sketches of colonial life, entitled respectively "William" and "Melville.")

Pain, Barry

In a Canadian Canoe. "The Nine Muses," "Minus One," and other stories. London, Henry & Co. 3rd edition, 1891.

Podmore, P. St. M.

Ozunkein. (Romance of Muskoka.) London, Ward, Lock & Co.

A Sporting Paradise. (A Tale of Muskoka.) London, Hutchinson & Co.

Pollard, E. F.

A Daughter of France. (Acadia.) Edinburgh, T. Nelson & Sons.

Potter, Margaret H.

The House of De Mailly. (Acadia.) New York, Harper & Bros.

Revoil, Benedict

In the Bush and on the Trail: Adventures in the Forests of North America. Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons.

Robins, Miss Elizabeth ("C. E. Raimond")

The Magnetic North. London, Heinemann, 1904.

Roper, Edward, F.R.G.S.

A Claim on Klondyke. Edinburgh, Blackwood & Son.

By Track and Trail.

Shecut, Dr. J. L. E. W.

South Carolina.

Ish-Noo-Ju-Lut-Sche; or, The Eagle of the Mohawks. A Tale of the Seventeenth Century. New York, 1841, 2 vols., 16mo, I., 234 pp.; II., 284 pp.

[Written, 1825. A New York story (?).]

The Scout; or, The Fast of St. Nicholas. New York, 1844, 312 pp.

Sladen, D.

Born, London, England, February 5th, 1856.

Lester, the Loyalist. A Romance of the Founding of Canada. Tokio, 1890, 8vo (oblong, on Japanese paper).

Stanley, Hiram Alonzo

Born, Vestal, N.Y., February 12th, 1859.

The Backwoodsman.

Stephens, Charles Asbury

Born, Maine, 1847. A voluminous contributor to the Youth's Companion, of Boston.

The Moose Hunters. Boston, 1902.

Stephens, Robert N.

The Road to Paris. London, Ward, Lock and Co., 1902.

Stitzel, Mrs. H. T.

Portland, Oregon.

What Came of It. A Novel. (Begins in Quebec City.)

Waifs and Estrays.

Strange, Maj.-Gen. T. Bland

Gunner Jingo's Jubilee. London, Remington & Co., 1893, 546 pp.

(Pages 347-527 deal on Canada.)

Stratemeyer, Edward

Marching on Niagara. Boston, Lee & Shepard.

At the Fall of Montreal. Boston, Lee & Shepard.

Joe, the Surveyor.

On the Trail of Pontiac.

Taber, Ralph Graham

Northern Lights and Shadows. (Sub-Arctic Labrador.) London, Greening & Co., 1900.

Taylor, H. W.

The Pioneers of the Klondyke. (Narrated by M. H. E. Hayne.) London, Low & Co.

Thoreau, Henry D.

A Yankee in Canada.

Tomlinson, Rev. Everett T.

Tecumseh's Young Braves.

Camping on the St. Lawrence. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1899, 412 pp.

The House Boat on the St. Lawrence; or, Following Frontenac.

Cruising on the St. Lawrence. Boston, Lee & Shepard.

VanDyke, Henry

The Ruling Passion. Toronto, Copp, 1901, 8vo, 296 pp.

Fisherman's Luck. New York, Scribner's Sons, 1899.

Verne, Jules

The Fur Country; or, 70° North Latitude. London, Low & Co.

Warner, Charles Dudley

Baddeck, and That Sort of Thing. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1888.

White, Stewart Edward

The Conjurer's House. Toronto, Copp, 1903, 260 pp.

The Magic Forest. Toronto, Morang & Co.

The Silent Places. Toronto, Morang & Co., 1904.

The Forest. Toronto, Morang & Co.


"Bibliotheca Canadensis" (B. C.). By Henry James Morgan.

"Cyclopædia of Canadian Biography" (C. B.). By G. M. Rose.

"Dominion Annual Register" (D. R.). By H. J. Morgan. 1878-86.

"Canadian Men and Women of the Times" (M. W.). By H. J. Morgan. Toronto, Briggs.

"New Brunswick Bibliography" (N. B.). By W. G. MacFarlane, A.B. St. John, N.B., 1895.

"Who's Who?" (W. W.) English, 1903.

"Who's Who in America?" 1901-3 and 1903-5.

"Women of Canada."


Adam, G. Mercer. An Outline History of Canadian Literature (as supplement to the abridged edition of Dr. Withrow's "History of Canada").

Allibone, S. A. "Dictionary of Authors."

Bourinot, Sir John G. "The Intellectual Development of the Canadian People."

Collins, J. E. "Life of Sir John A. Macdonald."

Dent, J. C. "Canadian Portrait Gallery."

Gagnon, Ph. "Essai de Bibliographie Canadienne."

Harrison, Mrs. S. Frances ("Seranus"). "Canadian Birthday Book."

Hopkins, J. Castell. "Encyclopædia of Canada." Vol. V.

Kingsford, Wm. "Canadian Archæology." "Early Bibliography of Ontario."

Lareau, Edmond. "Histoire de la Littérature Canadienne."

LeMoine, Sir James M. "Maple Leaves."

Lighthall, W. D. "Songs of the Great Dominion." (Biographical Notes.)

Morgan, Henry James. "Sketches of Celebrated Canadians."

O'Hagan, Thos. "Canadian Essays--Critical and Historical." Toronto, 1901.

Rand, Dr. Theodore. "Treasury of Canadian Verse." (Biographical Notes.)

Smith, Benj. E. "Century Cyclopædia of Names."

Taylor, Fennings. Biographies in Notman's "Portraits of British Americans."


The Catalogues of the following Institutions: The Library of Parliament, Ottawa; The Toronto Public Library; The Ontario Legislative Library; The Education Department Library (Ontario); Legislative Library, Halifax; Fraser Institute, Montreal.


Haight's Canadian Catalogue of Books, and about 75 second-hand Catalogues by various Canadian Booksellers.

This Bibliography of Canadian Fiction is issued by the Library Committee of Victoria University, Toronto, in a limited edition. 200 copies for sale at $1.00 each

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