Pasbebiac, C.E., Pl. 2. [and] 3.
[Montreal, Canada: J. Lovell, c.1866.]
Two hand coloured lithographs on one sheet (with captions). Sheet 330 x 245mm, 13 x 9¾". Some finger soiling; two nicks to lower margin, else fine.
Paspébiac, on the Gaspé Peninsula on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River, was founded by Charles Robin, entrepreneur from the Isle of Jersey, in 1767 as Quebec's first cod fishing port. From Thomas Pye's 'Canadian Scenery: district of Gaspe´'.
Library of Congress 01016911. BL 008611742.
[Ref: 20901] £160.00