All of the resources below are links directly to scanned copies on found on the Internet Archive.
A Souvenir of the Thousand Islands of the St. Lawrence River: From Kingston and Cape Vincent to Morristown and Brockville
Address to the Jury, at Kingston Assizes, in the Case of the King V. Robert Gourlay for Libel: With a Report of the Trial &c
An Address Delivered to the Teachers' Association, County of Frontenac and City of Kingston
An Entirely New and Original Military Opera in Three Acts, Entitled: Leo, the Royal Cadet, 1889.
An Impartial Account of Lieut. Col. Bradstreet's Expedition to Fort Frontenac
At school in Kingston, 1850-1973 : The Story of Catholic Education in Kingston and Eistrict, 1973
Canada's Gallant Volunteers of 1837-38: Roll Call Winter of 1890-91 : List Prepared Through the Patriotic Efforts of George Merrill of Belleville
Christ in the Strand and Other Poems
Chronicles of Canada: Being a Record of Robert Gourlay, Esquire, Now Robert Fleming Gourlay : No. 1, Concerning the Convention and Gagging Law, 1818 : Mr. Gourlay's Arrest and Trial, & c., & c., &c.
Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV
Early Records of Ontario: Being Extracts from the Records of the Court of Quarter Sessions for the District of Mecklenburgh (afterwards the Midland District) : with Introduction and Notes.
These court decisions 1789-1818 include the names of many residents who lived in Kingston-Frontenac during this early time-period.
Essay on Modern Reformers: Addressed to the People of Upper Canada : to Which Is Added, a Letter to Mr. Robert Gourlay
Gourlay was a radical, charged with seditious libel. Read S.F. Wise's article about Robert Fleming Gourlay in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography
Hard Times in Ontario: A Pretty Story, Certainly
A lively argument about the way Crown Land was being managed; the rights and difficulties of settlers in Ontario.
Hesperus and Other Poems and Lyrics
History of the Ancient Frontenac Chapter No. 1 G.R.C. Kingston, Canada: Together with By-Laws of Ancient Frontenac & Cataraqui Chapter No. 1
History of the Settlement of Upper Canada (Ontario): With Special Reference to the Bay QuinteнЃ
In the Wake of the Eighteen-Twelvers: Fight and Flights of Frigates and Fore-'n'-After in the War of 1812-1815 on the Great Lakes
Kingston and Its Vicinity: Historical Sketch of Kingston
Lyrics on Freedom, Love and Death
Memorials of the Life and Ministry of the Rev. John Machar, D.d. Late Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Kingston
Observations on the Rideau Canal
Descriptions of the locks, towns, landscape, tolls, etc. along the newly-built Rideau Canal
Old St. George's: Being the Story of a Church and Its Ministers in an Historical Centre of Upper Canada
Recollections and Records of Toronto of Old: With References to Brantford, Kingston and Other Canadian Towns
Recollections of a Beloved Pastor [Reverend Robert David Cartwright].
Remarks on the Militia of Canada.
Reminiscences of the War of 1812-14: Being Portions of the Diary of a Captain of the "voltigeurs Canadiens" While in Garrison at Kingston, Etc.
Report of the Resolutions Adopted at a Great Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of Kingston, Wednesday Evening, 6th March, 1861: With the Speeches Delivered on the Occasion
This public meeting, attended by many prominent Kingston citizens, centered on the question of whether university/college education should be localised in Toronto.
Rise of the United Empire Loyalists: A Sketch of American History
Tactical Notes Compiled for the Use of the Gentlemen Cadets of the Royal Military College of Canada
The Fighting Governor: A Chronicle of Frontenac
The First and Last Words of a Pastor to His People
The Frontenac [hotel], Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River
The Kingston Vehicle Co., Limited: Manufacturers of Frontenac Buggies, Spring Wagons and Phaetons
The Last Twenty-One Days of the Convict Daniel Mann Sentenced to Death on the 10th November, 1870, Executed on the 14th of Dec. Following: Being a Simple Narrative of the Author's Interviews with Him
The Pioneers of Old Ontario
The Revd. John Stuart, D.D., U.E.L., of Kingston, U.C., and His Family: A Genealogical Study
The Road to Frontenac
The Saint Lawrence and the Saguenay, and Other Poems.
The Story of Old Kingston
The United Empire Loyalists: A Chronicle of the Great Migration
The University and the Schools; an Address Read Before the Queen's University Council and the Kingston School Board, and a Synopsis of the Discussion of This Address by the Members Present
Toronto university/college education was to be government-funded, while education in Kingston was not.
The University Question
More debate about the public funding of Queen‰ЫЄs University.