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Sir Charles Tupper and the Campaign of 1900. A Refutation of Incorrect Statements made by the Toronto “News”.

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Author: Tupper, Sir Charles

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Reference #: 1404

Status: For Sale

List Price: $120.00

No publisher; n.d. (but circa January 1904) Stapled wrappers; pp. [2 (title page and blank)], 3-7, [8].

During this campaign Tupper’s “unswerving loyalty to the British Empire” was questioned, arising out of statements attributed to him during campaigning in Quebec, and specifically in relation to volunteers being sent to the Boer War. These allegations were touted by the “Toronto News”, causing Tupper to have this collection of his letters to the Editor of that periodical beginning with one of November 18th, 1903 through to the latest sent on December 18th of that year. The booklet ends with and excerpt from the newspaper published on December 26th.
An important and desirable ephemera of Canadian political history. Fine.
(vide Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume XIV, pp. 1014-1023; and The Macmillan Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4th Ed., pp. 842 ff.)

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