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Thu Oct 16 17:57:53 2014 UTClccn-no20050090580.00The King's Book of Quebec. (Memorial volume of the tercentenary celebrations of July, 1908.) [By A. G. Doughty and Lt. Col. William Wood, with a preface by Earl Grey. With photographs, coloured illustrations and a map.]0.811.00The Dominion House : Lord Grey's proposal for the concentration of the Dominion governments' offices under one roof in the centre of London, and for the promotion of inter-Imperial trade54139372no20050090586548488Grey 1851-1917 EarlGrey, Albert Henry George 1851-1917Grey, Albert Henry George Gray 1851-1917 4th earlGrey, Albert Henry George Gray, 4th earl, 1851-1917Grey, Albert Henry George Grey 1851-1917 4th earlGrey, Albert Henry George Grey, 4th earl, 1851-1917Grey (Albert Henry George Grey), Earl, 1851-1917Grey Earl 1851-1917Grey, Earl (Albert Henry George Grey), 1851-1917lccn-no2005008632National Church Reform Unionlccn-n50006357Begbie, Harold1871-1929nc-church of englandChurch of Englandnp-hervey, hubert john antony$1850 1896Hervey, Hubert John Antony1850-1896lccn-n50064050Wood, William1864-1947lccn-n84124612Doughty, Arthur G.(Arthur George)Sir1860-1936lccn-n87105654CanadaNational Battlefields Commissionlccn-n83070446Grey, Charles GreyEarl1764-1845lccn-n85057227Durham University Librarylccn-n84073452Grey, Henry George GreyEarl1802-1894Grey, Albert Henry George GreyEarl1851-1917HistoryBiographyPamphletsFictionSourcesColoniesPolitical scienceGermanyCanadaColonizationAfricaManagementColonies--AdministrationGreat BritainSouth AfricaChurch of EnglandNational Church Reform UnionGrey, Albert Henry George Grey,--Earl,Québec--QuébecChamplain tercentenary celebrationsLegislative bodies--ReformWestminster Palace (London, England)Catholic emancipationPoliticiansZimbabweImperial federationSocial historyEconomic historyDiplomatic relationsGovernors generalInternational relationsQuébecChildren--DiseasesCooperationProducer cooperativesProportional representationCivilizationInternational lawWorld WarChristianity and politicsRoosevelt, Theodore,Rhodes, Cecil,South Africa--Cape TownMonumentsPublic buildingsEngland--LondonSmith, Goldwin,Milner, Alfred Milner,--Viscount,Sitwell, Osbert,Authors, EnglishSpender, Stephen,CriticismBerkeley, Lennox,Candolle, Roger deMaugham, W. Somerset--(William Somerset),185119171881188218831884188518881893189818991900190319061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019261936194519671968197079877141325.343DT34ocn033382753ocn555726739948ocn009136417book18990.88Grey, Albert Henry George GreyHubert Hervey, student and imperialist; a memoirHistory883ocn830948138file18820.86Grey, Albert Henry George GreyChurch boards who are to elect them? : a paper read before the Church Congress, Derby, October 5, 1882History861ocn830950686file18810.86Grey, Albert Henry George GreyChurch boards in parishes a speech delivered in the House of Commons652ocn003356612book19110.84Public Archives of CanadaThe King's book of QuebecHistory432ocn424541160file18000.47Earl Grey pamphlets collectionHistoryPamphletsStill owned by the family, this collection was largely accumulated by the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Earls Grey. Charles was Foreign Secretary (1806-07) and Prime Minister (1830-34). Henry George was Under Secretary for Home Affairs (1830) and the Colonies (1830-34), Secretary at War (1835-39), and Secretary of State for the Colonies (1846-52). Albert Henry George was Administrator of Rhodesia (1896-97) and Governor-General of Canada (1904-11). The Greys were particularly interested in parliamentary reform, colonial affairs and Catholic emancipation266ocn004981079book18850.88Grey, Albert Henry George GreyChurch reform177ocn028485892book19080.82Grey, Albert Henry George GreyAddresses to His Excellency Earl Grey, G.C.M.G., etc., Governor General of Canada, and his speeches in reply having relation to the resources and progress of theDominionSources102ocn793915589file19030.97Grey, Albert Henry George GreyNative labour in South Africa104ocn023381858book19120.79Grey, Albert Henry George GreySpeeches of the Right Hon. Earl Grey, G.C.M.G., in September and October, 1911, and January, 191281ocn011607651book19150.84The Enforcement of international law. Public meeting in London, February 8th, 191584ocn006728282book18980.97Grey, Albert Henry George GreyEarl Grey on the relation of the church to co-operation : read at the Church Congress, Bradford, September 28th, 189874ocn054876017book18840.29Grey, Albert Henry George GreyProportional representation : an address to the Newcastle-on-Tyne Democratic Club64ocn063054602book19160.22Grey, Albert Henry George GreyReprint of articles by Lord Grey on electoral reform62ocn006728079book18980.98Grey, Albert Henry George GreyWhat co-operation will do for the people52ocn065618318book19131.00The Dominion House : Lord Grey's proposal for the concentration of the Dominion governments' offices under one roof in the centre of London, and for the promotion of inter-Imperial trade52ocn230141170book19150.70Lewin, EvansThe Germans and Africa, their aims on the Dark Continent and how they acquired their African colonies41ocn321026718book19200.77Lorimier, Louis Raoul deAu cœur de l'histoire, évocations et récits tirés de la chronique et de l'histoire de la Nouvelle-Frances, avec annotationsHistoryFiction32ocn504129422book1911The King's Book of Quebec. (Memorial volume of the tercentenary celebrations of July, 1908.) [By A. G. Doughty and Lt. Col. William Wood, with a preface by Earl Grey. With photographs, coloured illustrations and a map.]32ocn752908512book19170.74Begbie, HaroldAlbert, fourth earl Grey; a last wordBiography31ocn047886029book19120.96The Rhodes national South African memorial : dedication of the memorial at Groote Schuur, Capetown14511ocn001654021book19170.74Begbie, HaroldAlbert, fourth earl Grey; a last wordBiography371ocn000600617book19700.92Sims, GrahamPaladin of Empire : Earl Grey and RhodesiaHistory261ocn011953325book19260.93MacNaughton, JohnSome personal impressions of the late Earl Grey122ocn697949923com19190.66Begbie, HaroldA last word being a message to the people of Great Britain from Albert, earl Grey31ocn270881408book19080.82Grey, Albert Henry George GreyAddresses to His Excellency Earl Grey, G.C.M.G., etc., Governor General of Canada, and his speeches in reply having relation to the resources and progress of theDominionSources31ocn011597626book0.96Gould, Lewis LThe Paladin and the Rough Rider : Lord Grey's account of a visit with Theodore Roosevelt in 191121ocn034638202book19061.00Pilgrims (Musical group)Dinner given by the Pilgrims of the United States to His Excellency the Right Honorable Earl Grey ... Saturday, March 31st, 1906, at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York22ocn461459988book19681.00Hallett, Mary EThe 4th Earl Grey as governor General of Canada, 1904-191122ocn608920507book19450.92Bartling, Mary StewartAlbert, fourth Earl Grey21ocn059226319book19090.92Programme : ceremony of laying the corner stone of the Legislative & Executive Building of Saskatchewan by His Excellency Earl Grey, Governor-General of Canada, Regina, October 4th, A.D., 190911ocn865545907book19700.47Hallett, Mary ElizabethThe 4th Earl Grey as Governor General of Canada11ocn122568745mix19671.00Bourassa, HenriHenri Bourassa papersThe papers consist of correspondence of Henri Bourassa, Canadian politician and editor of Le Devoir, a Montreal newspaper, 1895-1935. Correspondents include Napoléon Antoine Belcourt, Charles Hazlitt Cahan, Thomas Chase Casgrain, Charles Joseph Doherty, John Skirving Ewart, Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, Walter Dymond Gregory, Lord Grey, Goldwin Smith, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Armand Renaud Lavergne, Lord Milner, Frederick Debartzch Monk, and Jules Paul Tardievel11ocn040178098book19671.00Sims, GrahamEarl Grey as administrator11ocn702135899mix1.00Pryce-Jones, AlanAlan Pryce-Jones papersCriticism, interpretation, etcArchivesThe Alan Pryce-Jones papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts and printed versions of writings, family papers, diaries, financial papers, scrapbooks, photographs and other personal papersThu Oct 16 15:28:33 EDT 2014batch18155