How I Came to be Governor of the Island of Cacona: With a Particular Account of My Administration of the Affairs of that Island. Respectfully Dedicated To My Fellow Labourers in the Colonial Vineyard

TitleHow I Came to be Governor of the Island of Cacona: With a Particular Account of My Administration of the Affairs of that Island. Respectfully Dedicated To My Fellow Labourers in the Colonial Vineyard
Year for Search1852
Authors[Fleet], [William Henry]
Tertiary AuthorsThistleton, Francis [pseud.]
Date Published1852
PublisherH. Ramsey
Place PublishedMontréal, QC, Canada
KeywordsCanadian author, Male author
Annotation

Satire on colonial politics using an imaginary country but specifically referring to Canada in the 1830s.

Additional Publishers

Originally published in four parts (Part 1, pp. 1-48; Part 2, pp. 49-112; Part 3, pp. 113-60; Part 4, pp. 161-220). Rpt. as one vol. by the same publisher, 1853; and San Francisco, CA: Arion, 1989.

Pseudonym

Francis Thistleton [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

Can, DLC

Author Note

Canadian author (d. 1855)

Full Text

1852 [Fleet, William Henry] (d. 1855). How I Came to be Governor of the Island of Cacona: With a Particular Account of My Administration of the Affairs of that Island. Respectfully Dedicated To My Fellow Labourers in the Colonial Vineyard. By Francis Thistleton [pseud.]. Montréal, QC, Canada: H. Ramsey. Originally published in four parts (Part 1, pp. 1-48; Part 2, pp. 49-112; Part 3, pp. 113-60; Part 4, pp. 161-220). Rpt. as one vol. by the same publisher, 1853; and San Francisco, CA: Arion, 1989. Can, DLC

Satire on colonial politics using an imaginary country but specifically referring to Canada in the 1830s.