Historical Record of the Governor-General's Body Guard, and Its Standing Orders. Capt. Frederick C. DENISON.
Historical Record of the Governor-General's Body Guard, and Its Standing Orders.

Historical Record of the Governor-General's Body Guard, and Its Standing Orders.

Toronto. Printed by Hunter, Rose & Co. 1876. Hardcover. 12mo. 18cm, [1]78p., original brick pebbled cloth, gilt titles and black stamped borders and decorations on the spine and upper cover, repeated in blind on the bottom board, bevelled boards, expertly restored with all the original cloth relayed, a fine copy, With Presentation Bookplate, with insigna, Presented by (printed) The Author, 1876 (manuscript). (cmt) Cooke p130. The author entered "Denison's Horse" as a cornet in 1865, and he rose to the rank of Lt.-Col. in 1884. In 1870 he was orderly officer to General Wolseley in the Red River Expedition; and in 1884-85 he commanded the Canadian Voyageurs in the Soudan. From 1887 to 1896 he represented West Toronto, as a Conservative, in the Canadian House of Commons. He died at Toronto, on April 15, 1896. Item #39836

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