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Essays and addresses. Vol. 22 /
William Renwick Riddell.
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1928-1931.
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39 items in 1 volume.
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1928-1931.
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Libel on the Assembly: a prerevolutionary episode, continued [The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. LII, No. 208, October, 1928] (pages 342-360) -- Some of Blackstone's critics [reprinted from the January Issue, 1928, of the Temple Law Quarterly] (18 pages) -- Pastoral letters from the Bishop of Quebec to the inhabitants of Detroit [Michigan History Magazine, Vol. XV, Winter Number, 1931] (pages [42]-51) -- La Maladie de la Baie de St. Paul [The Public Health Journal] (pages 145-157) -- Alexander Selkirk and his two "Last Wills and Testaments" [Trans. R.C.I., Section II, 1930] (pages 39-44) -- The Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and early French Canada (2 unnumbered pages) -- Up-to-date girls in Old Quebec [reprinted from The Toronto Star Weekly, March 7, 1931] (1 folded sheet) -- References to Illinois in French-Canadian official documents ; and The first British bishop of Quebec and the Catholics of Kaskaskia [reprinted from Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. XXIII, No. 2] (12 pages) -- A century-old Canadian arithmetic [The School, Vol. XIX, No. 1, September, 1930] (pages 6-8) -- Silence gives consent? A joke on a Scots judge [Boston University Law Review, Volume X, Number 2, April, 1930] (pages [202]-204) -- The last days of Sir Walter Raleigh [The Dalhousie Review, Vol. X, No. 2, July, 1930] (pages [181]-187) -- Observations on slavery and privateering [The Journal of Negro History, Vol. XV, No. 3, July, 1930] (pages 337-371) -- The law is so dry [The Canadian Bar Review, Vol. VIII, No. 8, October, 1930] (pages 596-597) -- The first naturalized Canadian [The Canadian Bar Review, Vol. IX, No. 2, February, 1931] (pages 119-121) -- King Solomon in Oriental legend [The Masonic Sun, Vol. XXXIV, No. 3, September, 1930] (pages [83]-85) -- The Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and French Canada [The Masonic Sun, Vol. XXXIV, No. 4, October, 1930] (pages [119]-121) -- An autograph letter of Robert Burns [The Masonic Sun, Vol. XXXIV, No. 5, November, 1930] (pages [163]-165) -- The first copyrighted book in the Province of Canada [reprinted from the Ontario Historical Society's "Papers and Records," Volume XXV, 1929] (11 pages) -- Benajah Mallory, traitor [reprinted from the Ontario Historical Society's "Papers and Records," Volume XXVI, 1930] (7 pages) -- A half-told story of real white slavery in the seventeeth century ; Post-Reformation burning at the stake of heretics ; The trial of witches, secundum artem ; The unspeakable Scot - again! [Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. XXI, No. 2, August, 1930] (pages [247]-266) -- Sir Thomas More and the medical profession [Canadian Health, Vol XXXVIII, November, 1930] (pages 211-221) -- Toothache, three and a half centuries ago ([4] unnumbered pages) -- The last days of Sir Walter Raleigh [The Dalhousie Review] (pages [181]-187) -- A half-told story of real white slavery in the seventeenth century ; Post-Reformation burning at the stake of heretics ; The trial of witches, secundum artem ; The unspeakable Scot - again! [reprinted from the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. XXI, No. 2, August, 1930] (pages [247]-266) -- Medieval stories about the father of medicine [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for May 7, 1930] (6, [1] pages) -- Epilepsy and its former treatment [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for February 19 and March 5, 1930] (15, [1] pages) -- Abnormal phenomena in Bell's Palsy [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for October 15, 1930] (2 unnumbered pages) -- Dr. Edward Jenner and the "Canadian Pirate" [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for November 5, 1930] (4, [1] pages) -- Why make medical books too intelligible? Old Dr. Thomas Fuller's way [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for October 15, 1930] (6, [1] pages) -- Nicholas Monardes and his treatment of syphilis [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for December 3, 1930] (6, [1] pages) -- Joseph Grünpeck of Burckhausen and his Tractatus de Pestilentiali Scorra sive Mala de Franzos [reprinted from the Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, September, 1930, Vol. 22] (32 pages : illustrations) -- Joseph Grünpeck of Burckhausen and his Tractatus de Pestilentiali Scorra sive Mala de Franzos [Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, Volume 22, Number 3, September, 1930] (pages [430]-461 : illustrations) -- La Maladie de la Baie de St. Paul: contemporary side-lights [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 75, No.3, September, 1930] (pages 87-90) -- Sir Thomas More and the medical profession [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 75, No. 4, October, 1930] (pages 131-141) -- Professional privilege in the witness box [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. LXXV, No. 6, December, 1930] (pages 201-210) -- Nicholas Leonicenus' treatment for Syphilis ; An exodontist's fee four centuries ago ; Abnormal phenomena in "Bell's Palsy" [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 76, No. 3, March, 1931] (pages 72-77) -- The proposed new Court for the British Empire [New York University Law Quarterly Review, Volume VIII, Number 2, December, 1930] (pages 304-308) -- One ground for Negro slavery (1 sheet) -- The first law school in Canada, 1742-1758 (2 unnumbered pages)
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Imprints vary.
Set made up of offprints and detached copies of articles from various publications.
local note
Victoria University Library has microfiche copies of many individual titles.
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10502874
 
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