Isaac Buchanan Bibliography
The Honourable Isaac Buchanan has been credited as the author of the following works:
- A government specie- paying bank of issue and other subversive legislation, proposed by the finance minister of Canada (Hamilton, ON, 1866)
- The relations of the industry of Canada, with the mother country and the United States..., ed. H.J. Morgan (Montreal, 1864)
- Britain the country, versus Britain the empire: our monetary distresses- their legislative cause and cure (Hamilton, ON, 1860)
- Letters illustrative of the present position of politics in Canada, written on the occasion of the political convention, which met at Toronto, on 9th Nov., 1859 (Hamilton, 1859)
- Moral consequences of Sir R. Peel's unprincipled and fatal course, disquiet, overturn and revolution (Greenock, Scot., 1850)
- A thoroughly British legislature wanted, or, in other words, legislation combining patriotism and popularity... (Greenock, 1850)
- The patriotic party versus the cosmopolite party; or, in other words, reciprocal free trade, versus irreciprocal free trade (Toronto, 1848)
- Can the British monarchy be preserved? (n.p., 1848)
- First series of five letters, against the Baldwin faction, by an advocate of responsible government, and of the new college bill (Toronto, 1844)
- The real state of things in Canada; explained in a few rough sketches on financial and other vital matters in both the Canadas... (Toronto, 1837)
Among the extra issues of newspapers he published was one of the Albion of U.C. (Toronto) in 1835.
Thanks to Douglas McCalla for the compiled bibliography.