King’s College opened in Windsor. Largely through bequests and gifts the college later came into possession of a library of eighteenth century books, and one of the most important collections of incunabula (books published before 1501) on the North American continent in the nineteenth century. (Image: Engraving of King’s College, Windsor, N.S. 1857.). (Also see ‘King’s College in Windsor…,’ May 12, 1802.)