File f0009 - Photocopies of "Spring Walks"

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Photocopies of "Spring Walks"

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  • 1862 (Creation)
    Barker, Edward John

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1 folder of textual records

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Medical doctor and publisher, Kingston, Ont.

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This file consists of typescripts and copies of the following walks: 22 March 1862-Portsmouth N.B. The “Walks” for 1862 and 1863 were written by “Fresh Hand”, approximately 1160 words; 26 March 1862-Kingston: shipbuilding and repairs; dangerous state of the streets, approximately 1090 words; 29 March 1862-Kingston the least American of cities in Western Canada; Penitentiary, Court House and Jail, approximately 1270 words; 2 April 1862-Waterfront: business at the wharves, approximately 850 words; 5 April 1862-Waterfront: business at the wharves, cont’d, approximately 920 words; 11 April 1862-Garden Island; steamers and other vessels; the Batteau Chanel, approximately 1230 words; 16 April 1862-Berry & Co.’s elevators; postscript on wharves by “The Old Hand”, approximately 1890 words; 19 April 1862-Easter meat in the Market, approximately 1180 words; 28 April 1862-Bell’s Island, approximately 1120 words; 5 May 1862-The Criminal Lunatic Asylum, approximately 2110 words; 15 May 1862-The temporary lunatic asylums at the Penitentiary and at Rockwood, approximately 1220; 11 June 1862-The General Hospital, approximately 1920 words.

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  • Folder: 2158, Box 1, File 9