Place Published: Toronto
Publisher: Thomas Hodgins
Date Published: 1904
Binding: No binding
Each letter 4-1/2 x 7 inches dated 1904 letter, on The Exchequer Court of Canada In Admiralty letterhead. Letters to the editor of The North American Review (NAR), New York
1) 8th June 1904 returning some proofs with correction (not included here).
2) 14th June 1904 note referring to Who's Who publication and asking his birth date be changed from 1828 to 1835.
Very good condition.
Thomas Hodgins, LL. D., Judge of the Exchequer Court in Admiralty, Canada. Hodgins had been M.P.P. for Elgin, and is known in literary circles.
Hodgins had at least one article published in the NAR...
The Alaskan Boundary: Its Practicability and Cost article by Thomas Hodgins. Judge of the Admiralty Court, Canada.
The North American Review, Vol. 179, No. 572 (Jul., 1904), pp. 65-71
North American Review was the first literary magazine in the United States. North American Review was founded in Boston in 1815 by its first editor, William Tudor (1779-1830), and other members of the Anthology Club. It was their intention to rival the leading British magazines. It was published continuously until 1940. In 1964, it was officially revived and still active today.
The Exchequer Court of Canada was succeeded by The Federal Court of Canada, in 1971, was a national court of Canada that had limited jurisdiction to hear certain types of disputes arising under the federal government's legislative jurisdiction.
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