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1 AIDOO, Ama Ata Anowa
Longman, 1970, 
AIDOO, Ama Ata. Anowa. (L): Longman, (1970). Pp 66. 8vo, ill. card covers. Vg. 40.00

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2 BALFOUR, Harold. WULFF, Lee Folk, Fish and Fun. First Edition in dustjacket. Signed
Terence Dalton Limited, Lavenham, Suffolk , 1978, ISBN:0900963859 
BALFOUR, Harold. Flk, Fish and Fun. Foreword by Chapman Pincher. Lavenham, Suffolk : Terence Dalton Limited, 1978. First Edition. Pp [i]-xiv,1-106,+ 25 pp. Photos. 8vo, white cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “Harold Balfour, Lord Balfour of Inchrye, [...] is also an authority of all aspects of river fishing. [...] In this book he introduces the Rivers Tweed, Spey and Dee, amongst others in Scotland; the Restigouche in Canada; the Serpentine in Newfoundland and others in Norway and Iceland and tells of his biggest catch ever in the estuary of the Volta River in the Gold Coast (now Ghana).” - from the dj. Chapters : 1. My Biggest Ever; 2. In the Beginning; 3. Oh What a Beautiful Morning; 4. Escape to the Coho; 5. The Gander River (pp.22-32); 6. Labrador (pp.33-38); 7. Trips to the Restigouche (pp.39-49); 8. The Maestro [on Lee Wulff, [given here as Wulffe"] pp.50-55]; 9. A Minnow into Poland; 10. Norway; 11. The Chapter of Shame; 12. Would You Like to Own a Fishing?; 13. "When Shall I Dwell With Worms"; 14. Coincidence - Or What?; 15. It's True - I Swear It Is; 16. The Silly Little River [the Fleet in Sutherland]; 17. Postscript to Gander - And to Hell with Age (pp.104-106). With 7 pages of signatures (some notables?) and good wishes, some notes in the text,else very good in rubbed and worn dustjacket. Signed and inscribed by the author (Balfour of Inchrye). 35.00

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3 BLOCKER, Jack S., Jr. and Cheryl Krasnick WARSH (eds.) WARSH, Cheryl Krasnick (ed.) POPE, Peter Changing Face of Drink : Substance, Imagery, and Behaviour
Social History, Inc., Publications, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, 1997, ISBN:096830320x 
BLOCKER, Jack S., Jr. and Cheryl Krasnick WARSH (eds.). The Changing Face of Drink : Substance, Imagery, and Behaviour ; edited by Jack S. Blocker Jr.and Cheryl Krasnick Warsh. Ottawa: Les Publications Histoire Sociale / Soc ial History Inc., University of Ottawa, (1997). Pp. [6],(1)-399,[1]. Illustrated. 8o, illustrated blue card covers. Of Newfoundland interest: Peter Pope's "Fish Into Wine: The Historical Anthropology of Demand for Alcohol in Seventeenth-Century Newfoundland" (pp. 43-63). Also includes: Tlusty's "Gender and Alcohol Use in Early Modern Augsburg", Bretherton's "The Battle Between Carnival and Lent: Temperance and Repeal in Ireland, 1829-1845", Haine's "From Drinkseller to Social Entrepreneur: The Parisian Working-Class Café Owner, 1789-1914", Prestwich's "Drinkers, Drunkards, and Degenerates: TheAlcoholic Population of a Parisian Asylum", Fahey's "Blacks, Good Templars , and Universal Membership", Anstead's "Hegemony and Failure: Orange Lodges, Temperance Lodges, and Respectability in Victorian Ontario", Malleck's "Priorities pf Development in Four Local Women's Christian Temperance Unions in Ontario, 1877-1895", Eriksen's "Temperance from Below: The Birth of a 'Counter-Culture'", Woiak's "'A Medical Cromwell to Depose King Alcohol': Medical Scientists, Temperance Reformers, and the Alcohol Problem in Britain",Garner's "Women's Mighty Moral Power: The Kansas WCTU's Political Strategy , 1878-1930", Gutzke's "Gender, Class, and Public Drinking in Britain During the First World War", Tyrrell's "Prohibition, American Cultural Expansion, and the New Hegemony in the 1920s: An Interpretation", Akyeampong's "The State and Alcohol Revenues: Promoting 'Economic Development' in Gold Coast/Ghana, 1919 to the Present", and Tyrrell's "Tasks and Achievements of Alcohol and Temperance Historiography". Lightly rubbed, minor corner creasing, else vg. 35.00

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4 BOAHEN, A. Adu Topics in West African History
Longmans, London, 1966, 
BOAHEN, A. Adu. Topics in West African History. (London) : Longmans, (1966). First Edition. Pp (4),v-viii,(2),3-174,(2). Maps. Index. 8vo, illustratedblue card covers, lettered in black and white. Contents : Section I: Tlie Sudanese States and Empires. 1. A Portrait of Ancient Ghana. 2. Islam and the Fall of Ghana. 3. The Rise of Mali. 4. Mansa Musa of Mali. 5. The Reign of Sunni Ali of Songhai. 6. Mohammed Askia the Great of Songhai. 7- The Fall of the Empire of Songhai. 8. The Hausa States and the Fulani Jihad. Section II: The States and Kingdoms of the Forest and Guinea Coast. 9. The States of the Volta Basin. 10. The Early Akan States. 11. The Early Coastal States. 12. The Rise of the Asante Empire. 13. The Decline of Asante. 14. The Kingdom of Dahomey. 15. The Culture and Civilization of Oyo. 16. Oyo in the Nineteenth Century. Section III: Europe and West Africa. 17. The Coming of the Europeans. 18. The Atlantic Slave Trade. 19, The Era of Abolition and Exploration. 20. The Humanitarians and the West Coast. 21. The Traders and the West Coast. 22. The Partition of Africa. 23. The Colonial Powers and West Africa. 24. The Rise of the Present Nation-States of West Africa. Covers worn and margins browned, else good. 20.00

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5 BOYD, William Blue Afternoon, The. 1st Cdn in dj.
Viking, 1994, 
BOYD, William. The Blue Afternoon. (Toronto) : Viking, (1994). First Canadian Printing. 8vo, light blue spine, dark blue boards. Fine in fine dj. 15.00

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6 BRYAN, Esther, and Friends Quilt of Belonging : The Invitation Project. signed
Boston Mills Press, Erin, Ontario, 2005, ISBN:1550464353 
BRYAN, Esther, and Friends. Quilt of Belonging : The Invitation Project. (Erin, Ontario) : The Boston Mills Press, (2005). First Edition. Pp (6),[7]-296. Illustrated. Index. 4to, illustrated black card covers, French flaps. "The Invitation Project's magnificent Quilt of Belonging is the largest collaborative work of textile art to be created on a national scale. With 263 squares representing 71 Aboriginal groups and 192 immigrant nationalities found in Canada, the Quilt will prove a lasting testimony to our country's multicultural heritage and identity. For this landmark project, each group was invited to produce a handmade block featuring textiles and symbols that represent its unique contribution to the Canadian fabric. A small s ampling of the media employed by the artists includes abalone shells, amber from Lithuania, bobbin lace, a brooch from Poland, smoked caribou hide, English wool, kente cloth from Ghana, porcupine quills, sealskin, 200-year-old Germanlinen, and worry dolls from Guatemala. Grand in size and purpose, the fini shed quilt measures 36 metres (120 feet) long by 3.5 metres (10 feet) high." (from front flap). ADDITIONAL SHIPPINHG CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. Signed without inscription by the author. 25.00

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7 CONVERSE, Elliott V., III, Dr. WHITE, Elwood L. United States Air Force Academy Library Special Bibliography Series 90. History of Officer Social Origins, Selection, Education and Training Since the Eighteenth Century : An Introductory Bibliography. 17th Military History Symposium.
United States Air Force Academy Library, 1996, 
CONVERSE, Elliott V., III, Dr. and Elwood L. WHITE. The History of Officer Social Origins, Selection, Education and Training Since the Eighteenth Century : An Introductory Bibliography. [] : United States Air Force Academy Library, September 1996. Pp. (6),[1]-129,(1). 8vo, side-stapled decorated white card covers, no spine, black lettering to front. United States Air Force Academy Library Special Bibliography Series, number 90. Includes entries under the following geographical headings: General/Comparative, Africa (General), Argentina, Australia, Austria-Hungary (Austria and Hungary), Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada (pp. 15-18), Chile, China, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Latin America (General), Lithuania, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia (Soviet Union), Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, United States, Venezuela, and Vietnam. Very good. 20.00

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8 CROWDER, Michael, and Obaro IKIME (eds.). West African Chiefs : Their Changing Status under Colonial Rule and Independence. Translations from the French by Brenda Packman.
University of Ife Press, Ile-Ife, Nigeria , 1970, ISBN:841900469 
CROWDER, Michael, and Obaro IKIME (eds.). West African Chiefs : Their Changing Status under Colonial Rule and Independence. Translations from the French by Brenda Packman. Ile-Ife, Nigeria : University of Ife Press, (1970). Pp [i]-xxix,(1),[1]-453,(1). Index. 8vo, illustrated orange card covers, lettered in white. Contains 19 articles divided into 6 Parts : I. The Chiefs and the Political Offices. II. Chiefs in French West Africa. III. Classic Indirect Rule: Chiefs in Middle Northern Nigeria. IV. Chiefs in Yorubaland: Three Studies of Indirect Rule. V. Chieftaincy and Indirect Rule in Midwestern and Eastern Nigeria. VI. Chieftaincy in Ghana and Sierra Leone. Rubbed, edgewear, else very good. 50.00

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Trade and Politics on the Gold Coast, 1600 to 1720 : A Study of the AfricanReaction to European Trade , DAAKU, Kwame Yeboa Oxford Studies in African Affairs)
9 DAAKU, Kwame Yeboa Oxford Studies in African Affairs) Trade and Politics on the Gold Coast, 1600 to 1720 : A Study of the AfricanReaction to European Trade
Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1970, 
DAAKU, Kwame Yeboa. Trade and Politics on the Gold Coast, 1600 to 1720 : A Study of the African Reaction to European Trade . Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, (1970). Pp. [i]-xviii,[1]-219,(3). Illustrated with maps. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A volume in the Oxford Studies in African Affairs series. A survey of the mad dash by European powers to gain influence, prestige and riches from the aptly-named Gold Coast of western Africa, encompassing present-day Ghana, Benin, and Togo, among other countries. A source of wealth and power to endeavouring individuals from Portugal, England, France, Holland, Denmark, and numerous other European states, resources of the region were actively sought after, and control of the riches laidbeneath the surface were fought over by various European powers. After the gold source had been exhausted, the attentions of the enterprising Europea n merchantmen turned to control of the African people themselves, as the Slave Coast expanded eastward. This volume focuses on the socio-political andeconomic ramifications increased contact with the Europeans had on the peo ple of the west-African coast. Top edge a bit dusty, name to ffep, else vg in nicked dj. 200.00

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10 DePROSE, J.G. (ed.). Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 15, No. 3, Summer 1961
Queen's Printer, Ottawa , 1961, 
DePROSE, J.G. (ed.). Canadian Army Journal. Vol. XV, No. 3, Summer 1961. (Ottawa : Queen's Printer, 1961). Pp [1]-120. Illustrated. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated black trimmed stapled wrappers. Contents : Aids to the CivilPower: Army in Flood Emergency; Anti-Tank Weapons and Their Influence in B attle; The Armed Forces in Ghana Today; Canadian Officers to Train Ghanaians; The Soviet Programme: Training with Chemical Weapons; Flashback No. 35: Dental Services, 1918; Army Tests New Rocket Belt; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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11 EDUGYAN, Esi Second Life of Samuel Tyne : A novel. 1st in dj.
Knopf Canada, 2004, ISBN:0676976301 
EDUGYAN, Esi. The Second Life of Samuel Tyne : A novel . (Toronto): Knopf Canada, (2004). First Printing. Pp. (6),[1]-328,(2). 8vo, brown paper covered boards with copper lettering to spine. The first novel by the 2011 GillerPrize-winner. "A young man of great primse when he emigrated from Ghana in 1955, Samuel Tyne was determined to accomplish great things. Fifteen years later, he's languishing as a low-level civil servant in Calgary when he un expectedly inherits his uncnle's crumbling mansion in nearby Aster. Despitehis wife's resistance and the complains of his sullen thirteen-year-old tw in daughters, Samuel quits his job and moves the family to the town. For here, he belives, is that fabled second chance and he is determined not to fail again." - from the dust jacket. Very good in lightly rubbed, unclipped dust jacket. 20.00

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12 EWUSI, Kodwo Planning for the Neglected Rural Poor in Ghana
New Times Corporation, Accra, 1978, 
EWUSI, Kodwo. Planning for the Neglected Rural Poor in Ghana . A Report to the United Nations research Institute for Social Development (UNIRSD) in Geneva, Switzerland, Janaury, 1978. Accra: printed by New Times Corporation, 1978. Pp. 1-157,(3). 8vo, printed white and blue card covers with blank white spine, black titles to front. Contents: 1. Characteristics of the Rural Poor: Evidence from Micro Studies; 2. Institutions and Programmes For RuralDevelopment in Ghana; 3. Strategies for Rural Development in Ghana; 4. Neo -Classical Economics and Rural Under-Development in Ghana; 5. Institutions Planning At the Regional District and Village Levels; 6. Conclusion: Proposals For An Information System For Planning and Monitoring Rural Development. Covers lightly rubbed with faint corner creasing, light marking verso front cover, else very good. 25.00

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Gold Coast Handbook, 1937, Gold Coast
13 Gold Coast Gold Coast Handbook, 1937
West Africa Publicity Ltd, London, 1937, 
[Gold Coast]. The Gold Coast Handbook, 1937. Produced in England by the Authority of the Publishers The Gold Coast Government. London : Printed for West Africa Publicity Ltd., London and Accra, by Ebenezer Baylis and Son, Limited, (1937). Pp (4),v-xiv,[1]-442,i-li(ads), + 33 leaves of plates (some folding), and 1 folding map in pouch at rear. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt to front board and spine. An examination of the British imperial holdings in the Gold Coast area of West Africa, now Ghana, situated around the Gulf of Guinea. Includes appendices dealing with the varies trade duties and tariffs in the colonies. Contents : 1. Geographical and Historical. 2. Climate and Meteorology. 3. Ethnology, Population and Religion. 4. Government. 5. Production: (a) Agriculture, (b) Livestock and Game, (c) Forestry, (d) Geology and Minerals, (e) Native Industries, (f) Labour (Wages and Cost of Living). 6. Commerce. 7. Communications and Transport: (a) Shipping, (b) Harbours, (c) Railways, (d) Roads, (e) Motor Transport, (f) Rivers and Ferries, (g) Posts and Telegraphs, (h) Aviation. 8. Banking, Currency, Weignts and Measures. 9. Public Finance and Taxation. 10. Education. 11. Justice. 12. Police and Prisons. 13. Military Forces. 14. Public Health. 15. Municipalities. 16.Land Tenure. 17. Patents and Trade Marks. 18. Surveys. 19. The Civil Servi ce. 20. General Information. Some minor edgewear, light foxing to final fewleaves, else vg. 80.00

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University College of the Gold Coast 1948-1952, Gold Coast)
14 Gold Coast) University College of the Gold Coast 1948-1952
Thomas Nelson and Sons , 1952, 1952 
(Gold Coast, Ghana). The University College of the Gold Coast 1948-1952. Report by the Principal. Edinburgh : Published for the College by Thomas Nelson and Sons Limited, n.d. [1952]. Pp (6),171,(3), frontispiece + 2 pages of b&w photos. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front and spine, gilt decoration to front.

Foreword by D.M. Balme;
Foundation and Development;
Development of Departments;
Students in Residence;
With financial appendices.

Very good. 40.00

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15 GOODY, Jack, ed. Literacy in Traditional Studies. in dj.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1968, 
GOODY, Jack, ed. Literacy in Traditional Studies . Edited by Jack Goody. Cambridge: at the University Press, 1968. Pp. (8),1-350,(2). 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Goody and Ian Watt's "The Consequences of Literacy"; 2. Kathleen Gough's "Implications of Literacy in Traditional China and India"; 3. S.J. Tambiah's "Literacy in a Buddhist Village in North-East Thailand"; 4. Gough's "Literacy in Kerala"; 5. Ivor Wilks's "The Transmission of Islamic Learning in the Western Sudan"; 6. Goody's "Restricted Literacy in Northern Ghana"; 7. I.M. Lewis's "Literacy in a Nomadic Society: the Somali Case"; 8. Maurice Bloch's "Astrology and Writing in Madagascar"; 9. M. Meggitt's "Uses of Literacy in New Guinea and Melanesia"; 10. R.S. Schofield's "The Measurement of Literacy in Pre-Industrial India". Faint edge-soiling, name, else vg in price-clipped dj. 70.00

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16 HARTWIG, Gerald W., and K, David PATTERSON AZEVEDO, Mario Joaquim BROWN, James W. DELANCEY, Mark W. Disease in African History : An Introductory Survey and Case Studies. FirstEdition in dustjacket
DuJce University Center for Commonwealth and Comparative Studies, Duke University Press, Durham, N.C. , 1978, ISBN:0822304104 
HARTWIG, Gerald W., and K, David PATTERSON, (eds). Disease in African History : An Introductory Survey and Case Studies.. Mario Joaquim Azevedo; JamesW. Brown; Mark W. DeLancey; CharJes M. Good; Gerald W. Hartwig; K. David P atterson. Durham, N.C.: Number 44 in a series published for the Duke University Center for Commonwealth and Comparative Studies, Duke University Press, 1978. First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xiv,(2),[3]-258. Index. Map. 8vo, blackcloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Students of the African past have paid sc ant attention to problems of disease and medicine, despite the extensive social, economic, political, and demographic consequences of the continent's heavy burden of endemic and epidemic diseases. The major purpose of [this book] is to introduce Africanists to the fundamental role of disease and medical conditions in the continent of Africa and to illustrate to them the potential significance these questions haave to their own research. Simultaneously, the volume provides medical historians with interests outside Africaan understanding of Africa's experience with disease and medical care. An introductory chapter presents basic epidemiological ideas, advances a general hypothesis of the main lines of disease history in Africa, and discussesa wide ranqe of problems that require additional research. Seven chapters are case studies of relationships between disease and society in various geographical areas of Africa. These essays include contributions on the social consequences of disease in nineteenth century East Africa, the course andimpact of epidemics in twentieth century Chad and southern Ghana, labor mi gration and heaitn in Cameroon, river blindness and the weaknesses of colonial health care in northern Ghana, and the course, consequences, and control measures against tick-borne relapsing fever in East Africa and the louse-borne form of the disease in Sudan. A concluding bibliographical essay surveys the existing literature. The book is primarily addressed to Africanists, but as a pioneering work on a continent whose medical past is still largely uncharted, it should be of interest to historians of medicine and to scholars concerned with colonilism in Africa and other world areas." (from thedj). Contents : 1. The disease factor : an introductory overview (by K. Da vid Patterson and Gerald W. Hartwig). 2. Social consequences of epidemic diseases : the nineteenth century in Eastern Africa (by Gerald W. Hartwig). 3. Man, milieu, and the disease factor : tick-borne relapsing fever in east Africa (by Charles M. Good). 4. River blindness in northern Ghana, 1900-50 (by K. David Patterson). 5. Epidemic disease among the Sara of southern Chad, 1940 (by Mario Joaquim Azevedo). 6. Health and disease on the plantations of Cameroon, 1884-1939 (by Mark W. DeLancy). 7. Increased intercommunication and epidemic disease in early colonial Ashanti (by James W. Brown). 8. Louse-borne relapsing fever in Sudan, 1908-51 (by Gerald W. Hartwi). 9. Bibliographical essay (by K. David Patterson). Penned name, else very good in worn, spine-sunned, tape-repaired dustjacket. 40.00

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17 HODDER, Ian Spatial Organisation of Culture. in dj.
University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA, 1978, ISBN:0822911345 
HODDER, Ian. The Spatial Organisation of Culture . (Pittsburgh, PA): University of Pittsburgh Press, (1978). Pp. 310. Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth. Contents: Hodder's "Simple correlations between material culture and society: A review", White and Modjeska's "Where do all the stone tools go? Some examples and problems in their social and spatial distrbution in the Papua New Guinea Highlands", Arnold's "Ceramic variability, environment and culture history among the Pokom in the valey of Guatemala", Stanislawski's "Hopi and Hopi-Tewa ceramic tradition networks", Crossland and Posnansky's "Pottery, people and trade at Begho, Ghana", Hodder's "The spatial structure of material 'cultures': A review of some of the evidence", Shennan's "Archaeological 'cultures': An empirical investigation", Engelbrecht's "Ceramic patterning between New York Iroquois sites", Hodder's "Some effects of distance on patterns of human interaction", Ammerman, Matessi, and Cavalli-Sforza's "Some new approaches to the study of the obsidian trade in the Mediterranean and adjacent areas", Hodder's "Social organisation and human interaction: The development of some tentative hypotheses in terms of material culture", and Richards's "Spatial organisation and social change in West Africa; Notes for historians and archaeologists". Vg in dj. 60.00

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18 HSIAO, Gene T. Foreign Trade of China. in dj
University of California Press, Berkeley, 1977, ISBN:0520032578 1977 0520032578 / 9780520032576 
HSIAO, Gene T. The Foreign Trade of China : Policy, Law, and Practice . Berkeley : University of California Press, (1977). First Edition. Pp (12),xiii-xxi,(1),1-291,(5). With tables and charts in the text. 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to spine.

Foreword by Jerome Alan Cohen;
1. Introduction;
2. Foreign trade policy objectives: Trade and economic development - Trade and diplomatic relations;
3. The Case of Japan : The Nagasaki flag incident - The Yoshida letter - The Air and Maritime Transport Agreements;
4. The Ministry of foreign trade : Planning - Licensing - Customs work - Quality control -The National Foreign Trade Corporations - The China Council for the promotion of international trade -The Kwangchow Trade Fair;
5. Trade Treaties and agreements : General principles -Trade representation abroad -National Treatment of Aliens - Most-favored-nation status --Industrial Property;
6. Trade contracts and means of settling disputes : The institution of Contracts: Means of Settling Disputes.
7. Conclusion.

With appendices:
A. The Constitution of the People's Republic of China (January 17, 1975)
B. Treaty of Trade and Navigation Between the USSR and the PRC (April 23, 1958); Annex — The Legal Status of the Trade Delegation of the USSR in the PRC and of the Trade Delegation of the PRC in the USSR;
C. The Protocol on the General Conditions for the Delivery of Goods Between the Foreign Trade Organizations of the PRC and the People's Republic of Romania of 1961;
D. Agreement on Trade Between Japan and the PRC (January 5, 1974);
E. Trade Agreement Between the Government of Australia and the Government of the PRC (July 24, 1973);
F. Trade Agreement Between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Government of the PRC (June 9,1975);
G. Sino-Japanese Trade Agreement [Excerpt] (March 5, 1958);
H. Agreement on Economic and Technical
Cooperation Between the Government of the PRC and the Government of the Republic of Ghana (August 18, 1961);
I. Minutes of Lima Talks (April 28, 1971);
J. Act Regulating the Entry, Exit, Transit, Residence, and Travel of Foreign Nationals (March 13, 1964);
K. Act for the Control of Trademarks (March 30, 1963); Enforcement Rules of the Act for the Control of Trademarks (April 25, 1963);
L. RCA Global Communications, Inc. Agreement with the China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation (May 23, 1972); RCA Global Communications, Inc. Contract with the China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation (January 22, 1972);
M. Sales Confirmation;
N. Purchase Contracts;
O. Agency Agreement;
P. Distributorship Agreement;
Q. Insurance Contract
R. Decision of the Government Administration Council of the Central People's Government Concerning the Establishment o a Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission within the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (May 6, 1954); Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission of the CCPIT (March 31, 1956);
S. Decision of the State Council of the PRC Concerning the Establishment of a Maritime Arbitration Commission within the CCPIT (November 21, 1958); Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Maritime Arbitration Commission of the CCPIT (January 8, 1959);
T. Provisional Rules for General Average Adjustment (January 1, 1976).

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19 HYLAND, Tony Ghana Museums & Monuments Board Series, number 3 NUNOO, R.B., preface The Castles of Elmina : A Brief History and Guide. First Edition.
Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, Ghana Publishing Corporation, Accra-Tema, 1972, 1972 
HYLAND, Tony. The Castles of Elmina : A Brief History and Guide. [Preface by R.B. Nunoo]. (Accra-Tema) : Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, [1972]. Printed by the Ghana Publishing Corporation. Pp. (8),[1]-27,(1). Illustrated with some b&w photos and plans. 8vo, illustrated stapled wraps with dark blue lettering to front.

Ghana Museums & Monuments Board Series, number 3.

"This publication is the third in the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board series of guides to forts and castles and the first handbook of its kind to deal with Elmina. The first is on Christiansborg Castle; the second is a short history of all the forts and castles in Ghana". - from the preface by R.B. Nunoo.

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20 JONES, David THOMAS OF REMENHAM, Lord, foreword Time Shrinkers : The Development of Civil Aviation between Britain and Africa. First Edition in dustjacket
David Rendel Ltd, London, 1971, 
JONES, David. The Time Shrinkers : The Development of Civil Aviation between Britain and Africa. (London) : David Rendel Ltd, (1971). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xii,1-273,(3), frontispiece + 24 pp plates. Endpaper Maps. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "When the aviation age began at the start of the centturv. Africa was still the Dark Continent. Much of it was only partially explored, and most of it was very inaccessible. This was still largely true even at the end oi the rtrst World War. It was, perhaps, partly because of this that so many pioneering flights were made throughoutthe Continent, continuing even up to 1939. The lack of roads and railways presented a challenge which could be accepted with optimism by enthusiasts for air travel. In this book David Jones describes these flights in detail,together with the Airline Structure which grew out of them. The result is a historical record of great interest and value, and an account of human endeavour and detetermination which will grip the reader whatever his interests may be." (from the dj). Contents : The Pioneers : 1. 1914:The Nile Hydro-aeroplane. 2. 1918: Manston to Cairo by air. 3. 1919: Forty-three landing grounds. 4. 1920: Five attempts to Cape Town. 5. 1921: North African Pioneer. 6. 1925: The link to West Africa. 7. 1925: The Imperial Airway Survey. 8. 1926: The R.A.F. fly to the Cape. 9. 1927: Khartoum to Kisumu experiment.10. 1927: The Wakefield Flight of Survey. 11. 1928: East African Safari. 1 2. 1929: Chosen Instrument or Commerce. 13. 1930: West African Safari. 14. 1930: Red Sea to North Atlantic. 15. 1933: Non-stop to Walvis Bay. 15. 1933: Is it to be the flying-boat? 17. 1934: The Duchess flies south. 16. 1935:The Duchess flies east. 19. 1938: Non-stop by seaplane. The Record Breaker s : 20. 1927: "Dick" Bentley. 21. 1928: Lady Mary Bailey. 22. 1928: Pat Murdoch. 23. 1930: The Duchess and C.D. Barnard. 24. 1930: R. F. Gaspareuthus.25. I931: G. P. G. Kidston. 26. 1931: Peggy Salaman and Gordon Store. 27. 1932: James Allan Mollison. 28. 1932. Amy Johnson. 29. 1935: Jill Wyndham and David Llewellyn. 30. 1936: "Tommy" Rose. 31. 1936: Amy Johnson again. 32. 1936: Charles Scott and Giles Guthrie. 33. 1937: H. L. Brooks. 34. 1937: Betty Kirby-Green and A. E. Clouston. 35. 1939: Alex Henshaw. 36. 1947: H.B. Martin and E. B. Sismore. 37. 1953: G. G. Petty. The Airlines - A Selection. 38. Imperial Airways and B.O.A.C. 39. Caledonian / B.U.A. 40. Ghana Airways. Appendices: 1. Imperial Airways Timetables. 2. Imperial Airways: African Trunk Route. 3. Chronological List of Time Shrinkers Over the Routes England to Cape Town. Small brown stain to front board, some browning to endpapers, else very good in spine and edge sunned, unclipped, laminated dustjacket. 30.00

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