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.

BOOKS:

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