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Scadding, Henry, 1813-1901 Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada

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Scadding, Henry German National Library

VIAF ID: 370806 (Personal)


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The 8th King's regiment, a curiosity in its annals the remains of a non-commissioned officer in this regiment, killed at the taking of York (Toronto) in 1813, are accidentally discovered at Toronto in 1894 ...
Address and presentation, June 30th, 1884
Address spoken by Master Henry Scadding on the 9th April, 1829 at the Royal Grammar School, York, Upper Canada.
An address to the Pioneer and Historical Society of the County of York on the Exhibition grounds, Toronto, June 18, 1891
After gleanings for the Log-shanty book shelf of 1896 in the pioneers' cabin during the Industrial Exhibition held every year in the month of September at Toronto.
The Astrolabes of Samuel Champlain and Geoffrey Chaucer Library and Archives Canada
A boy's books, then and now, 1818, 1881 a series of annotations from the "Canada educational monthly"
Cabot's Head (Lake Huron), Cabot and Cabotia
Canada and Oxford
Canada in sculpture...
Canada in the Bodleian
Canadian local history the first gazetteer of Upper Canada, with annotations
Catalogue of The log shanty book-shelf for 1888 in the Pioneer's South (Simcoe) Lodge, exhibition grounds, Toronto : the collection of a not-forgetful Devonshire man.
Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris
Christian pantheism an address on Thanksgiving Day, 1865
Church annals at Niagara from A.D. 1792 - A.D. 1892 a paper read by Rev. Dr. Scadding at the St. Mark's centennial, Niagara, Monday July 11th, 1892.
Cleanliness akin to Godliness
A dead Christendom reviving a lecture delivered in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Toronto, on the day of public thanksgiving for the restoration of peace, (Wednesday, June 4th, 1856)
The eastern oriel opened the annual address delivered before the societies of St. George, St. Andrew, and St. Patrick, in the Cathedral Church of St. James, Toronto, on St. George's Day, 1842, having also reference to the laying of the foundation stone of King's College, Toronto, on that day
English Chimes in Canada
Farewell address presented, Dec. 24, 1875, by members of the congregation of the Church of the Holy Trinity, Toronto, to the Rev. Dr. Scadding, on his resignation of the incumbency with the reply thereto.
The first bishop of Toronto a review and a study
Horace canadianizing, early pioneer life in Canada recalled by the sayings of the Latin poet Horace being the Log shanty book-shelf pamphlet for 1894
Journal, written by Edward Baker Littlehales, of an exploratory tour partly in sleighs but chiefly on foot, from Navy Hall, Niagara, to Detroit, made in the months of Ferbuary [sic] and March, A.D. 1793, by His Excellency Lieut.-Gov. Simcoe. Library of Congress/NACO
Jubilee of the Diocese of Toronto, 1839-1889 record of proceedings connected with the celebration of the jubilee, November 21st to the 28th, 1889, inclusive
Leaves they have touched, being a review of some historical autographs
Letter to Sir Joseph Banks (president of the Royal Society of Great Britain) written by Lieut.-Governor Simcoe in 1791 prior to his departure from England for the purpose of organizing the new province of Upper Canada, to which is added five official speeches delivered by him at the opening or closing of parliament in the same province Library of Congress/NACO
The Log-shanty book-shelf for 1895 early pioneer travel-tendencies with some results.
The Log shanty book-shelf for 1898, the pioneer's predecessor, the red man of North and South America works on his origin, history, habits and language.
A memorial of the Reverend William Honywood Ripley, Bachelor of Arts of University College ... of the Diocese of Toronto (being, with additions and notes, the sermon preached in Trinity Church ... the 21st Sunday after Trinity, and the Festival of St. Simon and St. Jude, October the 28th, 1849)
Merton College and Canada
Metallic records of Martin Luther a paper read at the celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of Luther, held at Toronto, November 10, 1883
Mohawk and Seneca set right by the aid of a learned Colonial Governor T. Pownall...
Mrs. Jameson on Shakespeare and the Collier emendations
"Not many fathers" a letter addressed to a pewholder of St. James's [sic] Church, Toronto
On errata recepta, written and spoken
On metonyms, or translated and quasi-translated personal names
On museums and other classified collections, temporary or permanent, as instruments of education in natural science
The prize poem as recited on the 14th of January, 1832, at the examination of Upper Canada College : the abandonment of Athens by its inhabitants after the Battle of Thermopylœ [sic]
The Revived significance of the initials "U.E."...
Seneca's prophecy and its fulfilment a memorial of A.D. 1897 and the four hundredth anniversary of the first sighting of the north-east coast of North America, by John and Sebastion Cabot, merchant adventurers of the city of Bristol, sailing under a commission from King Henry VII of England
A Simcoe relic among the Thousand Isles in 1796 : fragment of a MS. journal of Mrs. Simcoe
Some Canadian noms-de-plume identified with samples of the writings to which they are appended
Some lapsed names in Canadian local nomenclature
Some Victorian notes a paper read at Niagara Falls, June 22, 1887
Supplement to Rev. Dr. Scadding's Story of Castle Frank, Toronto
Surveyor-General Holland
Survivors of the forest in Toronto a paper read before the Canadian Institute, Toronto, November 25th, 1893
"Therapeutics and divinity" a paper contributed to "Man, a popular jounal of public and individual health, and mental and physical culture", Ottawa, 1886
Toronto of old German National Library Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada
Toronto past and present, historical and descriptive : a memorial volume for the Semi-Centennial of 1884
Toronto's first germ (Fort Toronto) some explanatory notes in relation thereto
Towers, bulwarks, strong places an address to the congregation of the Church of the Holy Trinity, Toronto, delivered October 27, 1884, on the occasion of the uncovering of a memorial brass placed on the north-wall of the said church, in honour of its anonymous founder
Truth's resurrections a memorial of Easter, 1865
Two Napoleonic relics a paper read before the February meeting of the York Pioneer and Historical Society
The valedictory address delivered before the Athenaeum of Toronto, at the close of their annual session, on Thursday, April 30, 1846
Vesuvius and its neighbourhood: memoranda of a visit in 1852 ; "On accidental discoveries"
Yonge Street and Dundas Street the men after whom they were named

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