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Published by william Friend john Baldwin Gregory, Exeter (1854)

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Item Description: william Friend john Baldwin Gregory, Exeter, 1854. paperback. Book Condition: Good +. First edition. NOT A BOOK - legal document. mortgages on property such as Slade Southcott & Shobrook Teignwood Downs Devon & Kilmesdon Somerset. Bookseller Inventory # 500030166

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Published by London Insurance, London (1854)

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Item Description: London Insurance, London, 1854. No Binding. Book Condition: Very Good +. Original Antique Document. Large antique document handwritten on vellum, with red seals and British ten shilling revenue stamp. Bookseller Inventory # 016296

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Published by Pitman Jones & Charles Wescomb, Exeter (1854)

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Item Description: Pitman Jones & Charles Wescomb, Exeter, 1854. paperback. Book Condition: Good +. First edition. NOT A BOOK - legal document on vellum. Charles Wescomb was born in Paris Street, in 1828, the son of a bricklayer. He made a fortune from investing in mines and was the owner of the Exeter and Plymouth Gazette and the London, Globe newspapers. Within the city he become Sheriff, and was an influential figure in setting up the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. Bookseller Inventory # 500030167

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Indenture for the sale of land in: MITCHELL, James &

MITCHELL, James & GOWAN, Ogle Robert [1803-1876]

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Item Description: 1845. No binding. Book Condition: Poor. 1st Edition. Four pages folio, flat size: 20-3/8 x 16-3/8 inches, folded size: 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 inches, folded into quarters (was folded smaller). Indenture for the sale of land from James Mitchell of Brockville, selling land to Ogle Gowan. Dated 23rd June 1845. Brockville in the County of Leeds in the District of Johnstown in the Province of Canada between James Mitchell, late of the Seventy Fourth Regiment of Foot and now of the town of Brockville aforesaid of the one part Ogle Robert Gowan, of Brockville, aforesaid Esquire of the other part.for the sum of one hundred pounds.that certain tract of land situate lying and being in the Township of Enniskillen, in the County of Kent and Western District of the Province of Upper Canada being composed of the West half of lot number nine in the tenth concession in the said Township of Enniskillen and containing by him a measurement of one hundred acres. Signed by Ogle Gowan and James Mitchell. Many tears and a few holes in document, poor condition. Ogle Gowan was a farmer, Orangeman, journalist and political figure in Upper Canada and Canada West. A prominent provincial politician, Ogle Gowan was born in County Wexford, Ireland. He came to Upper Canada in 1829 and immediately immersed himself in political affairs. Drawing upon his experience with the Irish Orange Order, Gowan established the Grand Orange Lodge of British North America in 1830 and, as the first Canadian grand master, ably guided the organization during its formative years. In 1836 he was elected to the Legislative Assembly, representing this area intermittently until 1861. A shrewd strategist and an effective orator, he gradually broadened his influence, using his newspaper, the "Brockville Statesman", to promote his political views. Following his retirement from provincial politics, Gowan continued to work for the retention of strong ties with Britain, a cause he had upheld throughout his career. Bookseller Inventory # 7467

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RIDDELL, A.A. (Alexander Archibald) [1819-1883] & McGREGOR, Margaret (wife of John Morrision)

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Item Description: 1854. No binding. Book Condition: Fair. 1st Edition. Four pages folio, flat size: 20-3/8 x 16-1/2 inches, folded size: 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 inches, folded into quarters (was folded smaller). Indenture for the sale of land Dated 12th June 1854. Between from Alexander Archibald Riddel, Printer first part and Anne Riddel second part to Margaret McGregor, wife of John Morrison, third part.of the sum of One Hundred and Seventy-five pounds.100 ares.lying and being in the Township of Enniskillen in the County of Lampton and the Province of Canada.one hundred acres.the West half of the lot number nine in the Tenth concession of the said Township of Enniskillen. Signed by A.A. and Anne Riddel and by McGregor both with a faded seal next to signatures. White spotting, long stain marks, paper tear on page 3/4 and some fold holes in light blue paper document. Fair condition. Alexander Archibald Riddel (1819-1883) Scottish born Canadian printer, doctor, legislator. Founder of the Toronto Medical Society. Riddel came to Canada in 1836 and apprenticed as a printer, soon joining Rosewell's Printing. He was licensed as a doctor in 1857, moved to Mexico from 1859 through 1863 and "passed through many thrilling adventures in the revolutions". Before returning to Toronto, he obtained another degree in medicine from the Mexican Republic. He later became coroner for the county of York. Dr. Riddel served also as Medical Superintendent of the Toronto Smallpox Hospital. He was elected alderman in 1871 representing St. David's ward on the City of Toronto Council. He was a member of the first Toronto School board and is credited with establishing free schools in Toronto. He considered a radical Clear Grit, and in 1856 raised funds with James Lesslie in support of the then destitute William Lyon Mackenzie. He was a follower of the artisan tradition of self improvement, and in November of 1848, proposed a talk for the Toronto Mechanics Institute that was famously rejected, a pro-worker talk subsequently published as "The Rights of Labour.". Bookseller Inventory # 7465

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Indenture for the sale of land in: GOWAN, Ogle Robert

GOWAN, Ogle Robert [1803-1876] & RIDDEL, A.A. (Archibald Alexander ) [1819-1883]

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Item Description: 1854. No binding. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Four pages folio, flat size: 20-3/8 x 16-1/2 inches, folded size: 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 inches, folded into quarters (was folded smaller). Indenture for the sale of land from Ogle Gowan to A.A. Riddell. Dated 31st March 1854. Between Ogle Robert Gowan of the city of Toronto in the County of York, one of the united Counties of York, and Peel and Province of Canada. gentleman of the first part and Archibald Alexander Riddel of the said City of Toronto, Printer, of the second part.of the sum of Seventy-five pounds.lying and being in the Township of Enniskillen in the County of Lampton and the Province of Canada.one hundred acres.the West half of the lot number nine in the Tenth concession of the said Township of Enniskillen.signed by Gowan and Riddel both with a red seal next to signatures. Signed by Riddel and twice by Gowan. White spotting, stain marks and some fold holes in heavy blue paper document, otherwise good condition. Ogle Gowan (1803-1876) First Canadian Master of the Orange Order, farmer, Orange man, Journalist and political figure in Upper Canada and Canada West. He arrived in Leeds County, Upper Canada in 1829 and settled in Brockville. In 1852, he moved to Toronto where he served on city council in 1853 and 1854 and took over the publishing of the Toronto Patriot, formerly a Family Compact newspaper. Archibald Alexander Riddel (1819-1883) Scottish born Canadian printer, doctor, legislator. Founder of the Toronto Medical Society. Riddel came to Canada in 1836 and apprenticed as a printer, soon joining Rosewell's Printing. He was licensed as a doctor in 1857, moved to Mexico from 1859 through 1863 and "passed through many thrilling adventures in the revolutions". Before returning to Toronto, he obtained another degree in medicine from the Mexican Republic. He later became coroner for the county of York. Dr. Riddel served also as Medical Superintendent of the Toronto Smallpox Hospital. He was elected alderman in 1871 representing St. David's ward on the City of Toronto Council. He was a member of the first Toronto School board and is credited with establishing free schools in Toronto. He considered a radical Clear Grit, and in 1856 raised funds with James Lesslie in support of the then destitute William Lyon Mackenzie. He was a follower of the artisan tradition of self improvement, and in November of 1848, proposed a talk for the Toronto Mechanics Institute that was famously rejected, a pro-worker talk subsequently published as "The Rights of Labour.". Bookseller Inventory # 7464

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