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1 Fryer, Mary Beacock Allan Maclean, Jacobite General: The Life of an Eighteenth Century Career Soldier
Toronto, ON, Canada Dundurn Pr Ltd 1987 1550020110 / 9781550020113 First American Edition Paperback Very Good 
1550020110 253 pages including index, bibliography and notes. Provides a penetrating insight into the challenges facing a man who chose a military career during the tumultuous period of the eighteenth century. Fast-paced and intriguing. Includes occasional maps and illustrations in black and white. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. Excellent copy in illustrated glossy covers. 
Price: 114.66 USD
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2 Fryer, Mary Beacock Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe 1762-1850: A Biography
Toronto Dundurn 1989 1550020641 / 9781550020649 First Edition Paperback Good 
1550020641 276 pages. The story of an energetic, involved woman. Her life divides into two phases. As the wife of John Graves Simcoe, Elizabeth is a sensible lady of the Age of Reason, pursuing the picturesque with sketch book and water colours. Following Simcoe's death, her long life as a widow finds meaning in fostering the well-being of her church. Average wear. Usual library markings. 
Price: 29.95 USD
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3 Mary Beacock Fryer Volunteers and Redcoats, Raiders and Rebels: A Military History of the Rebellions of Upper Canada (Canadian War Museum Historical Publication)
Canada Dundurn 1987 1550020242 / 9781550020243 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good 
1550020242 155 pages. Index. Bibliography. "A comprehensive history of rebellions and U.S. invasions in Upper Canada in 1837 & 1838, covering the skirmishes in eastern Ontario, Toronto and southwestern Ontario. Lavishly illustrated with rare photos and maps, this is a popular narrative history that examines the lives and motives of the leaders of Upper Canada's rebellions; their U.S. allies, the British and Canadian administrators who played significant roles in the uprisings; and the Canadians who remained loyal to the Crown." - from dust jacket. Faint erasure to front free endpaper else unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. Nice copy. 
Price: 89.95 USD
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