London: Published by the author, at his town residence ..., 1859; 124 pages, 123 with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Lidstone, James Torrington Spencer|
|Title||The sixth Londoniad : (complete in itself) being the poem on Parliamentary character, giving an account of Members Eminent in Literature, Science and Art : also containing the great prize poems on Prince Albert and Leopold, King of the Belgians, the Torrington hymn, and pieces on some of the most celebrated personages in the kingdom, and in the provinces of British North America; forming altogether episodes in a grand national poem on the Arts / by James Torrington Spencer Lidstone, of Torquay, Devon, Late of Toronto, Upper Canada, Author of the "Conquest of Canada," "Ancient America," "Pictorial Description of the British Provinces in North America," &c.|
|Published||London: Published by the author, at his town residence ..., 1859|
|Document source||University of British Columbia, Walter C. Koerner Library.|
iv, 116 pages ; 19 cm. '"Dulcique animos novitate tenebo."--Ovid.'Includes publishers' list.
'"Dulcique animos novitate tenebo."--Ovid.'Includes publishers' list.