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Carlisle, William Ogle

William Ogle Carlisle was a topographer in the British army who was sent to serve in Canada in the 1870s. While there, he published several illustrations in Canadian Illustrated News and L'Opinion publique. Upon his return to England, he published a collection of cartoons entitled Recollections of Canada; it follows the adventures of a young man named Downylip during his first visit to Canada.

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Young Downylip's First Visit to Canada-His Tandem Experience. Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire (M975.62.621.8)

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Young Downylip's First Visit to Canada-His Tandem Experience. Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire
William Carlisle
March 2,1872, 19th century
M975.62.621.8

Young Downylip's First Visit to Canada-A Snow-Shoeing Party. He Doesn't Think Snowshoeing So Difficult After All (M985.230.367.4)

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Young Downylip's First Visit to Canada-A Snow-Shoeing Party. He Doesn't Think Snowshoeing So Difficult After All
William Carlisle
April 6,1872, 19th century
M985.230.367.4

Upper Town Market, Quebec (M347)

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Upper Town Market, Quebec
William Carlisle
1870, 19th century
M347