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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY in a shorter form, but never at its present length. This was in the Canadian Methodist Magazine for May, 1884. 1885 Address. By WilliamKirby. Delivered at Niagara on the 14th August..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY verses were printed in The Canadian Methodist Magazine for June, 1884, pp. 538-9, under the heading: The U. E. Loyalists, by WilliamKirby, F.R.S.C. (From The Hungry Year: a tale..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Sympathizers in Mackenzies time are all scoundrels, destitute of honour, who conjure up alleged grievances as a pretext for murder and rapine. Naturally, the United Empire Loyalists..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:".... Niagara Mail, June 12, 1862. 1863 The Broadside and Wetland Electors Companion. WilliamKirby and Josiah Burr Plumb. Niagara, June 15, 1863. (Political Squibs.) 167..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Ada Gay was born in Croyland dale; she was an heiress, the only daughter of a wealthy farmer, Roger Gay, in Lincoln born and bred, A girl, just perfect to the finger nails, From top..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Her sunny smile, The brightest ever flashed from womans face . . laughter unreproved escaped Her sweet, half-opened and expectant lips; Her hands more shapely than the sculptors art Eer..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY to France, but Pompadour forbade Angelique to follow, and she finished her life in Quebec. La Corriveau murdered her last husband, Dodier, in 1760. She was tried by a special court..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Then came a day of change. The summer woods Were white with English tents, and sap and trench Crept like a serpent to the battered walls. Prideaux lay dead mid carnage, smoke and fire..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY She listened eagerly, but made no sign Save by the spirit. Then her vision cleared Still more and more, till she an angel saw In sapphire robe and golden sandals dressed, . A shining..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...: Canadian Idylls, by WilliamKirby. The Queens Birthday; Interlude First; The Bells of Kirby Wiske and The Lords Supper in the Wilderness. Reprinted from the Canadian Monthly for March and April, 1882..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Rebellion won at last, and they who loved The cause which had been lost, and kept their faith To Englands crown, and scorned an alien name, Passed into exile, leaving all behind, Except..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Throwing her mantle off as little worth, And stood with panting breath and pleading eyes Before the Commandant whom she had saved. She sought protection from him not in vain..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY To draw our thoughts away and bear Them to her dwelling place in heaven. She was the flower and pride of all, Too fair, too good for earth below ; She heard her Heavenly Father call..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY the fact that Washingtons family and hers had originally sprung from neighbouring districts in Yorkshire and Durham. 3 The year 1839 was a troublous year for loyal Britons..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Which hides from mortal eyes the life beyond The veil that is not lifted till we die. She heard, but only in her inward ear, His dying whispers, as she speechless lay, Kneeling beside..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...INTRODUCTION T HAS been a delightful labour of love to study again the works of WilliamKirby, F.R.S.C., poet, scholar, patriot. His place in the roll of writers is secure; and I am glad..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY A fleet of warships the horizon filled, Steering a western course in close array, To flank their armys march along the shore, Where it pressed inland, with loud beat of drums And waft..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY Bois le Grand lies helpless, attended by Madelaine : The last day came, and Bois le Grand beheld with misty eyes The flag of France run down the staff and that of England rise..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... was not re-tried, but after a comparatively short imprisonment was set free. 14 A white marble tablet in the church has the inscription: In memory of WilliamKirby, F.R.S.C, for twenty-four years Collector..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIRBY daughter, Magdalene, in marriage. Magdalene, wife of WilliamKirby, was one of Johns daughters. He served in the war of 1812, and survived until 1853. Kirby adds that in 1890..."
Date:Between 1817 and 1906
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada