For a biography, see J. After their marriage they made frequent trips between Montreal and Jamaica. In 1894, Drummond married Miss May Harvey, of Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica. He spent most of the winter of 1906—7 in Cobalt combating a smallpox epidemic. He began spending extensive time in Cobalt, Ontario, where he and his brothers had acquired interest in silver mines. He became professor of hygiene at Bishop's in 1893, and of medical jurisprudence in 1894.
After interning in 1885, he practised medicine first in the Eastern Townships, Knowlton and then in Montreal starting in 1888. In the same year he published an anthology of the elegies of , and others, entitled Mausoleum, or The Choisest Flowres of the Epitaphs. In 1876, Drummond went back to high school. Recognition Drummond was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom in 1898 and a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1899. Recognition Drummond was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom in 1898 and a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1899.
His preface includes the following remarks: Having lived, practically all my life, side by side with the French-Canadian people, I have grown to admire and love them, and I have felt that while many of the English-speaking public know perhaps as well as myself the French-Canadian of the cities, yet they have had little opportunity of becoming acquainted with the habitant, therefore I have endeavored to paint a few types, and in doing this, it has seemed to me that I could best attain the object in view by having my friends tell their own tales in their own way, as they would relate them to English-speaking auditors not conversant with the French tongue. Pierre Wan arpent from de shore. That September his third son, William Harvey, died at three years of age. Lawrence River to which his dialect poems so often refer. Publications Poetry The Habitant and Other French-Canadian Poems. Choose a language from the menu above to view a computer-translated version of this page. The Wreck of the 'Julie Plante'.
Please view estimated delivery times at the top of the listing. Then he was off again to Cobalt. Sir , one-time , was his grandfather. Godfrey, Geoffrey O'Hara, and Herbert Spencer. The Poetical Works of William Henry Drummond. However, there is no evidence that he actually produced any of these devices.
For several years Drummond practiced medicine in small communities. Montreal in halftone: a souvenir giving over one hundred illustrations, plain and colored, showing the great progress which the city has made during the past seventy years. In 1876, Drummond went back to high school. The Habitant and Other Poems appeared in 1897, with a New York publisher, illustrations by Canadian landscape artist F. Drumm opened a store, and the boys all delivered newspapers. Three more volumes of Habitant verse were issued by 1905. The family emigrated to Canada in 1864, settling in Montreal.
It is entitled Irene: or a Remonstrance for Concord, Amity, and Love amongst His Majesty's Subjects 1638 , and embodies Drummond's political creed of submission to authority as the only logical refuge from democracy, which he hated. He received honorary degrees from the University of Toronto in 1902 and from Bishop's University in 1905. Britannica does not review the converted text. Drumm opened a store, and the boys all delivered newspapers. Their first child was born in 1895, but died just hours after birth.
The Poetical Works of William Henry Drummond. The Wreck of the 'Julie Plante'. William Henry Drummond Poetry Contest, one of the longest-running national poetry contests in Canada, was established in 1970 in Cobalt, Ontario. In 1630 Drummond again began to reside permanently at Hawthornden, and in 1632 he married Elizabeth Logan, by whom he had five sons and four daughters. A noteworthy feature in Drummond's poetry, as in that of his courtier contemporaries , Lord Stirling and others, is that it manifests no characteristic Scottish element, but owes its birth and inspiration rather to the English and Italian masters. The Great Fight: Poems and Sketches.
George's Anglican Church Montreal , where he had worshipped for much of his life, and he was buried in that city's Mount Royal Cemetery. Percival Toronto, 1948 , 71—78. He enrolled in the faculty of medicine at McGill College in 1877, but for various reasons he failed his second year. It is an essay on the folly of the fear of death. He died on April 6, 1907, in Cobalt, Ont. Please note: Text within images is not translated, some features may not work properly after translation, and the translation may not accurately convey the intended meaning.