Author:Francis Bond Head

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Sir Francis Bond Head

1st Baronet KCH PC; known as "Galloping Head", was Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada during the rebellion of 1837.

Sir Francis Bond Head


  • Rapid Journeys across the Pampas and among the Andes (1826) IA
  • Reports relating to the failure of the Rio Plata mining association, 1827 IA
  • A few practical arguments against the theory of emigration, 1828 IA
  • The life of Bruce, the African traveller, 1830 IA
  • The Printer's Devil, Or A Type of the Old One: A Burlesque Extravaganza, in One Act, 1833 (short work) IA
  • The speeches, messages and replies of His Excellency Sir Francis Bond Head, 1836 IA
  • Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau (1834) IA
  • Message from His Excellency, Sir Francis Bond Head, lieutenant governor of Upper Canada, 1836 (short work) IA
  • Three letters to Lord Brougham on the execution in Upper Canada of the traitors Lount and Matthews, 1838 IA
  • A narrative, 1839 IA
  • The emigrant, 1846 IA
  • Stokers and pokers, or, The London and North-Western Railway, the electric telegraph, and the Railway Clearing-House, 1849 IA
  • The defenceless state of Great Britain, 1850 IA
  • The metamorphoses of Apuleius, 1851 IA
  • A Fortnight in Ireland, 1852 IA
  • A faggot of French sticks, 1852 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Descriptive essays contributed to the Quarterly review, 1857 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Toronto: the grounds upon which are based her claims to be The seat of government of Canada, 1858 (short work) IA
  • The horse and his rider, 1860 IA
  • The royal engineer, 1869 IA

Works about Head[edit]

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