...Gagen & Fraser Studio is listed as operating from 1878
-1896 in Toronto, on 79 King St. West.
Cabinet card photographs were first introduced in 1866. They were initially employed for landscapes rather than portraitures. Cabinet cards replaced Carte de visite photographs as the popular mode...
...Gagen & Fraser is listed as operating from 1878
-1896 in Toronto....
...Gagen & Fraser is listed as operating in Toronto in 1878
...Gagen & Fraser is listed as operating photography business in Toronto in 1878
...Gagen & Fraser photography is listed as operating in Toronto in 1878
11 Nov 1878
...The front page of "The Liberal" newspaper, the sole newspaper of Richmond Hill since 1878
. Thomas McMahon was the editor....
... and Young Cub can help me
with your revolvers if anything goes
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA, JANUARY 3, 1878
Will was within two paces of the
enemy and ready to strike, when he
heard the tomahawk of the young
Indian go ,cmshing into the skull of
Atkins, and euuld dimly see him tak-
... who crept astern
of ye got all he deserved, and the re-
mainder with the carpenter retreated
to the forecastle, while I ran the old
craft in shore, rounded a projecting
point of land which forms part of the
bay, and here we are.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA, JANUARY 10, 1878
â€œâ€˜ \Voil, sir...
THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1878
0N T'Vcdnesdayï¬th inst., the Ontario
Legislature met,â€œ for the transaction of
business." Strange,to rclate,ihe-e was not
an earthquake; the sun rolled on in its
... present your-
self before me â€˜2"
â€œWhat I want, you know best;
WhatIshaB have, you shall know .in
AND YORK. COUNTY INTELLIGENCER.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA, JANUARY 24, 1878
Early on the following morning, in
a secluded spet, with a Wide expanse
of living verdure, shady groves...
for the year ending March 1878
, show a force
of 00,000 men, buys, marines, and coast-
guardsmen, which cost the country, wrth
docloyards, navalâ€"yards pensions, victuals,
clothing, &c., an average of $55,000,000 a.
year. There are 201 warships in commission
45 of which are modern ironelads...
... mentioned in connection with
1061 J. Bin-rel], R. Hâ€˜
Homing, at 7.30 o'clock; Evening, at 7 oâ€˜clock
Â¢ Â» " GOING NORTH.
Hornin , (only,) at 1.80 oâ€™clock.
Pan 0 co hoursâ€"until further notice: 6.45,
THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1878
RICHMOND HILL," ONTARIO. CANADA, FEBRUARY 14,- 1878
â€˜It. neVer'occurâ€˜red 1.011er_that Bay
was thwateneâ€˜d with â€œanything worse
than an inï¬‚uenza, and Harry Living;
stone was. actually pointing to the
brain trouble ! ' â€˜
She Went in, in nervous alarm, to
ï¬nd him lying, whito...
... alone, can save Europe."
A Vienna despatch say! it appears certain
that, in view of pessible contingencies, a
great military council of the Empire will
meet shortly ; mean whlle negotiations are
proceeding between Austria aged Enema.
AUSTROvHUNGARY GROWING BELLICOSE.
..., ONTARIO, CANADA, FEBRUARY 28, 1878
. Of course Robart was taken from
school, and contributed as far as he
could, by the proceeds of a few odd
jobs he could obtain, to his motherâ€˜s
We are compelled to be brief, and
we pass over several years in a sum-
mary manner, saying only that when...
..., and left her child in
â€˜his care. It seems she had married
an Englishman, the younger son of a
noble family by the name of Stirling.
He was travelling in Italy when he
fell in love with the beautiful face
and exquisite voice of a young debu-
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA, MARCH 7, 1878
... not understand. Therese
had kept her violin on the bed, close
by her side, from the ï¬rst. She
would not let the nurse take it away
even at night, for she said even when
she was asleep angels came down_and
played on it such beautiful music,
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. CANADA, MARCH 14;, 1878
and so soft...
... on ; â€œonce saved
Red Pineâ€˜s life, anâ€™ Injun no forget
it. He stay here ï¬fteen yearsâ€"
Watch gold. Wagh! â€
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. CANADA, MARCH 21, 1878
THE RESULTS OF HAZING.
TOO POLI TE.
SirJohn Macdonald said the statement
they had just heard would have been more
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. CANADA, MARCH 28, 1878
AN INGREASE IN THE SUPPLY AND DEMAND FOR
A mm) "our FOR PLACE BY THE vznmnma or
moons nus. ,
[Cowapondeme of The Graphic}
WASHINGTON, March ISLâ€"One mild (la-y
succeeds another, and we have that greatest
of all tuition in our climate...
meeting-dispersed with three cheers for
the Queen, and Sir John.
At their old Tricks.
â€˜ A voryâ€˜ilarge meeting assembled in
tithe Victoria Hall,',Thornhill, on _Fri-
evening last, to hear the public
Equations of the day discussed by M essrs-
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