According to historian J.A. Bosher, Lieut.-Colonel A.C.P. Haggard, D.S.O. (1854-1923), an older brother of
the novelist Sir Henry Rider Haggard, settled about forty miles north of
Victoria in the Cowichan Valley, where Rider visited him in 1916.


The Regent of the Roués (London: Hutchison & Co. Ltd., 1905.)

Madame De Stael Her Trials and Triumphs (New York George H. Doran Company 1922)

Victor Hugo: His Work and Love (George H. Doran, 1923)

& Others