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Essays and addresses. Vol. 11 /
William Renwick Riddell.
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1909-1923.
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27 items in 1 volume.
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1909-1923.
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La Rochefoucault-Liancourt's Travels in Canada, 1795 / with annotations and strictures by Sir David William Smith, Bart. ; edited with notes by William Renwick Riddell [Thirteenth report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, 1916] (viii, 196 pages, 6 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits) -- Upper Canada sketches : incidents in the early time of the province [includes I. Extra-territorial criminal jurisdiction in British Canada; II. When the Court of King's Bench broke the law; III. The Solicitor-General tried for murder; IV. A criminal circuit in Upper Canada a century ago; V. When the courts of K. B. and Chancery struggled for supremacy; VI. Mr. Justice Thorpe; VII. The sad tale of an Indian wife; VIII. The information ex officio in Upper Canada; IX. William Osgoode, first Chief Justice, U. C.; X. Robert Isaac Dey Gray, first Solicitor-General, U.C.; XI. Early proposals for Court of Chancery, U.C. (Toronto : The Carswell Company, Limited, 1922) (156 pages) -- "Records arithmetick or The ground of Artes" [The School, Vol. XI, No. 3, November, 1922] (pages 176-181) -- "Records arithmetick or The ground of Artes" continued [The School, Vol. XI, No. 5, January, 1923] (pages 320-324) -- "Records arithmetick or The ground of Artes" [reprinted from The School, Vol. XI, 1923] (12 pages) -- Toronto in the parliaments of Upper Canada, 1792-1841 [reprinted from the Annual Report of the Women's Historical Society of Toronto, 1921-1922] (pages 11-22) -- Among my books [reprinted from The Canada Lancet] (16 pages) -- Insanity in its legal aspects [Bulletin of the Ontario Hospitals for the Insane, Vol. V., No. 2, January1, 1912] (10 pages) -- Variolae and morbilli four centuries ago [The Public Health Journal, 1923] (pages 481-484) -- Hydrophobia: four centuries ago [reprinted from The Public Health Journal, April, 1923] (13 pages) -- Moral prophylaxis against venereal disease [National Hygiene and Public Welfare, Vol. LVIII, No. 1, January, 1922] (pages 52-54) -- The "Cold Plague" of the War of 1812 [National Hygiene and Public Welfare, Vol. LVIII, No. 2, February, 1922] (pages 79-87) -- Neuro-psychology and law [The Canadian Practitioner, Vol. XLVII, No. 3, March, 1922] (pages 83-91) -- The origin of syphilis, according to Fracastoro [The Canadian Practitioner, Vol. XLVII, No. 9, September, 1922] (pages 413-416) -- Neurosis as a palliative in law [reprint from Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1922] ([4] unnumbered pages) -- A case of supposed sadism [reprinted from Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1922] ([12] unnumbered pages) -- The pharmacopoeia of another botanical physician [reprinted from Transactions and Proceedings of The Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Vol. XXVIII, Part I, 1919-20] (23 pages) -- Dr. James Primrose and his vulgar errours [reprinted from New York State Journal of Medicine, August, 1922] (39 pages) -- What is the "cause" of disability? [reprinted from The New York Medical Journal for January 13, 1917] (4, [1] pages) -- The origin of the word syphilis [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for May 4, 1921] (19, [1] pages) -- An anecdote of Sir Astley Cooper [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal, May 17, 1919] ([2] unnumbered leaves) -- Medical theory and practice of an eighteenth century Doctor of Divinity [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for September 27, 1919] (13, [1] pages) -- The venereal disease problem [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for October 2, 1920] (3, [1] pages) -- Venereal disease: a public peril [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for December 21, 1921] (4, [1] pages) -- John Owen's epigrams on medicine and medical men [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal and Medical Record for April 18, 1923] (15, [1] pages) -- John Owen's epigrams on medicine and medical men [reprinted from the New York Medical Journal and Medical Record, April 18, 1923] (15, [1] pages) -- The Sheriff : an address before the Sheriffs' Association at Toronto, March 17th, 1916 [Appendix "O", Report of the Inspector of Legal Offices, Ontario, 1915] (pages 63-69).
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Binder's title.
Imprints vary.
Set made up of offprints and detached copies of articles from various publications.
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Victoria University Library copy 1 (Canadiana Collection) lacks "Records arithmetick or The ground of Artes" continued [The School, Vol. XI, No. 5, January, 1923]
Victoria University Library has microfiche copies of many individual titles.
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