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The book Colonel Anthony van Egmond: From Napoleon and Waterloo to Mackenzie and Rebellion by G. H. Needler (1866–1962) was published in 1956. It discusses the life of Anthony van Egmond, who was a Colonel in the Dutch armies during the Napoleonic wars, an early settler in the Huron Tract, but who died in disgrace after engaging in rebellion in 1837.

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Cairn Near the Site of Van Egmond's Home
Cairn Near the Site of Van Egmond's Home
Count Van Egmond, Knight of the Golden Fleece
Count Van Egmond, Knight of the Golden Fleece
John Galt By Daniel Maclise
John Galt By Daniel Maclise
Napoleon By Delaroche
Napoleon By Delaroche
Photostat of Letter of Colonel Anthony Van Egmond
Photostat of Letter of Colonel Anthony Van Egmond
Princess Sabina of Bavaria, Wife of Colonel Anthony Van Egmond
Princess Sabina of Bavaria, Wife of Colonel Anthony Van Egmond
Sir John Colborne
Sir John Colborne
Sottegem Statue to Count Egmond
Sottegem Statue to Count Egmond
Tiger Dunlop By Daniel Maclise
Tiger Dunlop By Daniel Maclise
Toronto Jail and Court House In 1837
Toronto Jail and Court House In 1837
William Lyon Mackenzie
William Lyon Mackenzie