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1 GALBRAITH, John S. Establishment of Canadian Diplomatic Status at Washington. University of California Publications in History, Volume 41. First Edition.
University of California Press, Berkeley & Los Angeles, 1951, 
GALBRAITH, John S. The Establishment of Canadian Diplomatic Status at Washington. Berkeley & Los Angeles : University of California Press, 1951. FirstEdition. Pp (12),1-119,(1). 8vo, original grey wrappers, now bound in libr ary casing, with hand-written author & title to spine. University of California Publications in History, Volume 41. Chapters: 1. The Extension of Commercial Rights; 2. The Attainment of Commercial Autonomy; 3. The Achievementof Dominion International Status; 4. Early Demands for Diplomatic Status; 5.. The Establishment of a Dominion Diplomatic Corps. With Notes, Bibliography, and Index . Ex library, with usual stamps, &c, else very good, tight and clean. 45.00

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2 WILLIAMS, Glyndwr (ed.) SIMPSON, George, Sir) GALBRAITH, John S. (intro.) Hudson's Bay Record Society, Vol. 29 London Correspondence Inward from Sir George Simpson, 1841-42. in dj.
Hudson's Bay Record Society, London, 1973, 
WILLIAMS, Glyndwr (ed.). London Correspondence Inward from Sir George Simpson, 1841-42. With an introduction by John S. Galbraith. L.: Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1973. Pp. 212, port. frontis., + 3 folding maps. 8vo, black cloth. Volume XXIX of the Hudson's Bay Record Society. No. 1756 of a LimitedEdition which is issued only to subscribers to the Hudson's Bay Record Soc iety. The collected letters of the man who was in effect the governor of the Hudson's Bay Company in North America and the Pacific for twenty years inthe early to mid nineteenth century. For Simpson, "ever the fastest of tra vellers in the north", (1792-1860) see DNB XVIII: 269-270; and John S. Galbraith's entry in DCB VIII: 812-819. A nice copy in dj. 100.00

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