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1 63rd Halifax Rifles). Constitution and Bye-Laws of the Mayflower Company, Co. B, 63rd Halifax Rifles. H. Hechler, Captain.
T.C. Allen & Co / 63rd Halifax Rifles, Halifax, N.S, 1894, 
(63rd Halifax Rifles). Constitution and Bye-Laws of the Mayflower Company, Co. B, 63rd Halifax Rifles. H. Hechler, Captain. Halifax, N.S.: T.C. Allen & Co., 1894. Pp [1]-8. Small 8vo, pale green printed stitched wrappers. Rubbed, front wrapper faded to brown, else very good. 25.00

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2 BOYCE, Rubert W. Mosquito or Man? The Conquest of the Tropical World. First Edition
John Murray, London, 1909, 
BOYCE, Rubert W., Sir. Mosquito or Man? The Conquest of the Tropical World.With illustrations. London : John Murray, 1909. First Edition. Pp (6),vii- xvi,1-267,(1), frontispiece + 43 plates. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine, top edge gilt. Contents : Part I. 1. Foundation of the Tropical Medicine Movement in England. 2. Growth of General andApplied Sanitation in the Tropics. 3. Miasm, Tradition, and Prejudice. 4. The Forerunners of the Discoveries of the Mosquito Origin of Diseases. 5. Filaria and the Mosquito : Manson's Discovery. 6. The Discovery of the Parasite of Malaria in the blood of man by Laveran, and of its further development and passage through the mosquito by Ross. 7. The Plan of Campaign against the Mosquito. 8. Summary of the Antimalarial Campaigns. 9. Notes on the relationship of Plantations and Botanic Gardens to the Mosquito Question. 10. Yellow Fever—Dr. Beauperthuy on Tradition in Medicine and his view of theMode of Transmission of Yellow Fever. Harrison and Moxley on the nature of the virus of Yellow Fever. 11. Historical Survey of Yellow Fever: Its dest ructive Spread and Mortality during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. 12. Discovery of the Mode of Transmission of Yellow Fever and Plan of Campaign against the Mosquito. 13. The Breeding Places of Stegomyia. Stegomyia Survey and Index. 14. The Yellow Fever Campaigns in Havana, Cuba, New Orleans, Honduras, Rio Janeiuo, Santos, Panama Canal Zone, the West Indies, the Amazon. Part II. 15. Sleeping Sickness; Flies and Disease. 16. Ankylostomiasis: Dirt Contamination. 17. Malta Fever and Goats' Milk. 18. The Rise and Fall of Disease, Plague, Tick Fever, Leprosy and Tuberculosis. Appendix :(1) Ordinances, Regulations, and Bye-laws relating ng to Stagnant Water, M osquito Larvae, Yellow Fever, Rats, etc. (2) Tropical Expeditions and Commissions of the Royal Society, the Colonial Office, and the Schools of Tropical Medicine of London and Liverpool. Spine browned and worn, front hinge shaky, penned gift inscription, else very good. 50.00

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3 CRAWFURD, George Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Trades' House of Glasgow, Its Constitution, Funds, and Bye-Laws
Bell & Bain, Glasgow, 1858, 
CRAWFURD, George. A Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Trades' House ofGlasgow, Its Constitution, Funds, and Bye-Laws. Glasgow : Printed by Bell & Bain, 1858. Pp (4),[v]-xi,(1),[1]-332,+ large folding plan at rear. Index. 8vo, green pressed cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : 1. THE Cathedral. 2. Charters by William the Lion. 3. Glasgow a Burgh of Barony. 4. Glasgow a Burgh of Regality. 5. The University. 6. The Reformation. 7. Flightof the Archbishop. 8. Episcopacy. 9. Craftsmen Associated. 10. Saving and Renovating the Cathedral. 11. The Unincorporated Inhabitants. 12. Struggle of the Episcopalians and Presbyterians. 13. The Letter of Guildry. 14. The Burgess Roll. 15. Two Classes of Burgesses. 16. Charter by Charles I. 17. Episcopacy, Solemn League and Covenant, and Civil War. 18. Glasgow a Royal Burgh. 19. Struggle of the Covenanters. 20. Charles the Second and Cromwell.21. The Restoration, Episcopacy, and Persecutions. 22. Second Ratification of the Charter of 1636. 23. Ratification of the Letter of Guildry. 24. The Revolution and Charter by William and Mary. 25. Two Pennies on the Pint of Ale to Pay Debts of the Town. 26. No Debts to be Contracted without the Co nsent of the Merchant House and Trades' House. 27. The Sett of the Burgh. 28. Retrospect of the Struggle. 29. The Union. 30. The Rebellion. 31. Rapid Growth of Glasgow. 32. Riglits conferred by the Letter of Guildry. 33. The Decree of Declarator. 34. The Burgh Reform Act of 1833. 35. Hutchesons' Hospital. 36. The Constitution of the House. 37. The Deacon Convener. 38. The Collector. 39. The Clerk. 40. The Officer. 41. Meetings of the House. 42. Entry-Money and Qualifications of Members. 43. Regulating Powers of the House,. 44. The Funds. 45. T'he Almshouse. 46. The Halls. 47. One-fourth Share of the Lands of Gorbals and Bridge-End. 48. The Lands of Kelvinbank and Sandyford,. 49. The Poor of the House. 50. The School. 51. Good and Pious Uses. 52. Bequests and Bursaries. 53. Mortifications. 54. The Exclusive Privileges and their Extinction. 55. The Dinner. 56. Public Proceedings. Appendix I-XII. Spine lightly sunned, boards rubbed and lightly scuffed, foxing to afew leaves, else very good. Ex-libris "Thos. W. W. Flint, Visitor, Incorpo ration of Maltmen, 1889-1890." 65.00

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4 CROSSLEY, Sydney. Pleasure and Leisure Boating : A Practical Handbook. First Edition.
A.D. Innes & Company, Limited, London, 1899, 
CROSSLEY, Sydney. Pleasure and Leisure Boating : A Practical Handbook. London : A.D. Innes & Company, Limited, 1899. First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-viii,[1]-256,[i]-viii (ads). Index. 8vo, pictorial green cloth, top edge dyed green. Toy 1845, Cassell 511, Cohen, The Thames,1580-1980: A General Bibliography, p.277. "A charming, attractively designed book, which is very helpful in gaining an understanding of British pleasure boating on inland waters at the turn of the century." - Toy. And, as an earlier bookseller put it, "Strong overtones of Jerome K Jerome, or perhaps Ratty." Contents : Preface. 1.Boating – Its Rise and Progress. 2. Boat Construction. 3. Rowing. 4. Scull ing. 5. Steering. 6. Watermanship. 7. Punting. 8. Canoeing. 9. Boat Sailing. 10. Henley Regatta. 11. Houseboat Life. 12. Camping. 13. The Pleasure River. 14. The Thames – Section I. Cricklade to Oxford. 15. The Thames – Section II. Oxford to Henley. 16. The Thames – Section III. Henley to Richmond. 17. Farther Afield. Appendices: A. – Bye-Laws of the Thames Navigation Above Teddington Lock. B. – Distances on the Thames. C. – Sizes of Thames Locks. D. Headways of Lowest Bridges. E. Registration Charges and Lock Tolls. F.Riverside Directory. Light wear to spine ends and corners, rubbed, spine d arkened, light foxing to edges of advertisement section, else a good, solidcopy. Scarce. 450.00

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5 CROSSLEY, Sydney. Pleasure and Leisure Boating : A Practical Handbook. First Edition.
A.D. Innes & Company, Limited, London, 1899, 
CROSSLEY, Sydney. Pleasure and Leisure Boating : A Practical Handbook. London : A.D. Innes & Company, Limited, 1899. First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-viii,[1]-256,[i]-viii (ads). Index. 8vo, pictorial green cloth, black lettering tofront board and spine Toy 1845, Cassell 511, Cohen, The Thames,1580-1980: A General Bibliography, p.277. "A charming, attractively designed book, which is very helpful in gaining an understanding of British pleasure boating on inland waters at the turn of the century." - Toy. And, as an earlier bookseller put it, "Strong overtones of Jerome K Jerome, or perhaps Ratty." Contents : Preface. 1. Boating – Its Rise and Progress. 2. Boat Construction.3. Rowing. 4. Sculling. 5. Steering. 6. Watermanship. 7. Punting. 8. Canoe ing. 9. Boat Sailing. 10. Henley Regatta. 11. Houseboat Life. 12. Camping. 13. The Pleasure River. 14. The Thames – Section I. Cricklade to Oxford. 15. The Thames – Section II. Oxford to Henley. 16. The Thames – Section III. Henley to Richmond. 17. Farther Afield. Appendices: A. – Bye-Laws of the Thames Navigation Above Teddington Lock. B. – Distances on the Thames. C. – Sizes of Thames Locks. D. Headways of Lowest Bridges. E. Registration Charges and Lock Tolls. F. Riverside Directory. New endpapers, first few leaves reattached (with repair to paper near gutters), spine browned with a couple of faint vertical scratches, light wear to outer hinges, leaves browned, gilt stamp of the Cruising Library Association to front board, else a good, sturdy, repaired copy. 350.00

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6 HARDY, Campbell) DOWNS, Andrew) CHEARNLEY, William) Inland Fisheries and Game Protection Society, Halifax County, Nova Scotia
Macnab & Shaffer; Inland Fisheries and Game Protection Society, Halifax, 1865, 
(HARDY, Campbell). (DOWNS, Andrew). (CHEARNLEY, William). The Inland Fisheries and Game Protection Society, Halifax County, Nova Scotia. Halifax: printed by Macnab & Shaffer, 1865. Pp. (4),5-8. 8vo, printed sewn white wraps with black lettering and lightly decorated black border to front cover. A slim volume outlining the rules and regulations of "The Inland Fisheries and Game Protection Society", founded in April of 1853 under the title of the "Provincial Association for the Protection of the Inland Fisheries and Game of Nova Scotia", by Captain William Chearnley (who was still the organization's president at the time of publication; but was also instrumental in thefounding of the Halifax Volunteer Battalion). The organization is still in existence under the name of the Halifax Wildlife Association. Other office rs of the society include important figures in nineteenth-century Nova Scotian scientific and natural history. Captain [Campbell] Hardy (b. October 10, 1831, Norwich, Norfolk), who was stationed in Halifax from 1852 through 1867, served as the one of the two vice presidents of the organization. An avid sportsman and outdoorsman when not distracted by military matters, Hardy authored such key volumes as "Forest Life in Acadie" -- dubbed by eminenthistorian Harry Piers as ranking among "the best-written book that has yet appeared on woodland sport in Nova Scotia" -- and "Sporting Adventures in the New World"). The co-vice-president of the organization was one James Thomson, Esq. The council included among its ranks Andrew Downs, Esq. (b. September 27, 1811, New Brunswick, NJ; d. August 26, 1892 in Halifax), who wasthe proprietor of a zoological garden near the Northwest Arm on the outski rts of Halifax, to serve as a resource for the intensive study of the floraand ornithology of the region and beyond. Downs's expertise was best summe d up by his colleague Hardy, who stated that "every visitor desirous of acquaintance with the wild life in the woods or by the waters of Acadie, went to Downs for advice or reference" (from DCB). Other members of the council included W.M. [William] Harrington, Esq. (another founding member), George Piers, Esq. (who served with the organization for nearly fifty years), Col.[R.A.] Clifford, Captain Clerke, William Finlay, Esq., Frederick Blaiklock , Esq. (1837- November 25, 1873; the son of the designer of the Wellington Barracks), W.R. Corballis Esq. (a lieutenant in the 17th Regiment of Foot, Leicestershire), and [Mr. R.A.] Jesson, Esq. William C. Silver, Esq., was the organization's treasurer, and J.H. Duvar, Esq., their secretary. The second page features the organization's four article constitution. Page three lists eight bye-law articles. Pages four, five, and six document the "Laws of Nova Scotia relating to the Protection of Fish and Game" passed the 10thday of May, 1864, relating to river fisheries. Page seven lists the inspec tors of River Fisheries: William Grant (for Chezetcook, Pitpezwick [Petpeswick], Musquodoboit to Meagher's Grant), John Costley (Cole Harbour and Lawrencetown), James Sprott (Musquodoboit above the Grant), John Unwin (Sackville River), Nathaniel Mason (Indian River, Ingram River, North East and Hosier's River [?]), Gardiner Wilcox (Ship Harbor), Daniel Wright (Sheet Harbor), John Umlah (Nine Mile River), WIlliam Whitman (Beaver Harbour and SalmonRiver), Adam Griswell (Porter's Lake), David Dauphiney (Hubbard's Cove), J ohn Fulton (District 26), John Shelnutt (District 27), and an unnamed inspector for Mosier River. Page seven also has a general summary of the laws asthey related to "Moose and Carriboo" and "Birds". The final page contains a list of members (157), with their locations (all but four within Halifax). Covers rubbed, faint horizontal crease to volume, minor corner creasing to bottom right front corner (with some grubbiness to same corner on first leaf), else a very good copy. Scarce. 300.00

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Shanghai: Its Mixed Court and Council. Material Relating to the History of the Shanghai Municipal Council and the History, Practice and Statistics of the International Mixed Court. Chinese Modern Law and Shanghai Municipal Land Regulations and Bye-Laws, KOTENEV, A.M.
7 KOTENEV, A.M. Shanghai: Its Mixed Court and Council. Material Relating to the History of the Shanghai Municipal Council and the History, Practice and Statistics of the International Mixed Court. Chinese Modern Law and Shanghai Municipal Land Regulations and Bye-Laws
Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company, 1968, 
KOTENEV, A.M. Shanghai: Its Mixed Court and Council. Material Relating to the History of the Shanghai Municipal Council and the History, Practice and Statistics of the International Mixed Court. Chinese Modern Law and Shanghai Municipal Land Regulations and Bye-Laws Governing the Life in the Settlement. Taipei: Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company, 1968. A reprint of the original1925 edition published by North-China Daily News & Herald Limited, Shangha i. Pp. 588, [15]. Large 8vo, green cloth covered boards, black cloth spine with gilt titles. Contents : I. Shanghai: its Mixed court and Council (A.D.1842-1864-1924). II. Rules for the Mixed court, 1869. Rules of procedure o f the International mixed court, 1914 and 1919, supplemented with provisions on general principles of the modern procedural laws of China, 1921.-- Theprovisional Criminal code of the republic of China.--The provisional Crimi nal code amendment act.--The revised draft of the law on offences relating to morphine.--The Chinese Supreme court decisions (1923)--Rules for application of foreign laws (1921)--Regulations relating to commerce.--Copyright, 1916.--The Law of publication, 1914.--Rules of the Court of consuls.--Land regulations and bye-laws for the Foreign settlement of Shanghai. ADDITIONALSHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEI GHT. Beginning to crack at p. 588, some fading to the front cloth, front corner bumped, owner's name inked to title page, else very good. 450.00

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8 Methodism-Halifax, N.S.] Twelth Annual Report of the Committee of the Halifax Young Men's Wesleyan Institute
Wesleyan" Office, 1879, 
[Methodism-Halifax, N.S.]. Twelth Annual Report of the Committee of the Halifax Young Men's Wesleyan Institute. Containing: Constitution, Bye-Laws, Treasurer's Account, List of Officers, Catalogue of Books, &c., &c. Received and Adopted April 7th, 1879. Halifax: Printed at the "Wesleyan" Office, 1879. Pp 18. Small 8vo, stapled printed card covers. Vg. 40.00

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Constitution and Bye-Laws, of Clyde Division, No.157, of the Sons of Temperance, of Nova Scotia , Nova Scotia - Temperance)
9 Nova Scotia - Temperance) Constitution and Bye-Laws, of Clyde Division, No.157, of the Sons of Temperance, of Nova Scotia
Abstainer Office, Halifax, 1861, 
(Nova Scotia - Temperance). Constitution and Bye-Laws, of Clyde Division, No.157, of the Sons of Temperance, of Nova Scotia. Instituted at Paradise, Annapolis Co., 12th January, 1860. Halifax, N.S.: Printed at the "Abstainer"Office, 1861. Pp [1]-31,(1). Sm 8vo, blue printed wrappers. Waterstained t hroughout, chipping to edges. As is. 85.00

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Smoke-Eaters : A History of Firefighting in Nova Scotia c. 1750-1950.  First Edition, PARKER, Mike
10 PARKER, Mike Smoke-Eaters : A History of Firefighting in Nova Scotia c. 1750-1950. First Edition
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2002, ISBN:1551094177 
PARKER, Mike. The Smoke-Eaters : A History of Firefighting in Nova Scotia, c. 1750-1950. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (2002). First Edition. Pp.(5),vi-xxxii,[1]-200. With 188 b&w photos as well as other illustrations i n the text. Squarish 8vo, dark grey photo-illustrated card covers, white lettering to front cover, yellow lettering to spine. Mike Parker, b. 1952, Bear River, NS. "Nova Scotia's proud firefighting heritage dates back some 250 years, to 1754 when the Union Fire Club, the first volunteer fire companyin Canada, was formed in Halifax. In fact, Nova Scotia can boast of severa l firefighting milestones, including Canada's oldest fire department and fire insurance company; the first hand-and-steam fire engines; the first motorized pumper; the longest-serving volunteer firemen; and the only all-Blackincorporated fire department. But the history of firefighting is more than an enumeration of the equipment that evolved or the organizations that sup ported the effort. Firefighting is, above all, an act of service, the willingness of a group of dedicated men and women to risk their own lives in theservice of others. 'The Smoke-Eaters', then, chronicles the great fires an d disasters, the military firefighters, mine rescue corps, railroad and industry firemen, the women and Black firefighters who responded to the call. It includes over 180 historic images -- exhaustively researched in provincial and private archives -- that provide a complete visual representation ofunique and historic equipment, engine houses, aparatus and contrivances, a nd the firefighters who manned them. From the time of Halifax's founding in1749 to the end of World War Two, this is the definitive account of firefi ghting in Nova Scotia, the cradle of Canadian firefighting history." - fromthe rear cover. Introduction: Prompt to Rescue; Chapters : 1. Apparatus an d Equipment, c. 1785 - 1907; 2. Apparatus and Equipment, c. 1912 - 1950; 3.Smoke-Eaters; 4. Engine Houses; 5. Firemen's Sports and Leisure; 6. Great Fires and Disasters (with pp.170-174 on the Halifax Explosion); Epilogue Appendices: 1. Rules and Orders of Union Fire Club; 2. Union Engine Company Constitution and Bye-Laws; 3. Fun and Games; 4. A Fireman's Lot. With bibliography. Very good. 16.00

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11 Provincial Workmen's Association) Constitution Rules Bye-Laws and Rules of Order of the Provincial Workmen's Association of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
Mining Record Office, 1901, 
(Provincial Workmen's Association). Constitution Rules Bye-Laws and Rules of Order of the Provincial Workmen's Association of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Stellarton, NS: Mining Record Office, 1901. Pp. 27. Small 8vo, pink printed paper covers. Spine browned, covers rubbed, small crease to lower front corner, else vg. 35.00

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12 TOWN OF DARTMOUTH, N.S.) Building Bye-Laws. 1921.
1921, 
(TOWN OF DARTMOUTH, N.S.). Building Bye-Laws : Regulating the Erection, re-construction and Re-moval of Buildings in the Town of Dartmouth, N.S. S.l.: s.n., 1921. Pp 30. 8vo, stapled printed card covers. Inkstamp, owner's signature, a few penned notes, else vg. 25.00

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13 TOWN OF DARTMOUTH, N.S.) Bye-Laws and Ordinances of the Town of Dartmouth. in modern covers.
James Bowes & Sons, 1874, 
(TOWN OF DARTMOUTH, N.S.). The Bye-Laws and Ordinances of the Town of Dartmouth. Act of Incorporation Appendix &c. &c. Halifax: James Bowes & Sons, 1874. Pp 46. 8vo, printed wraps, stapled into modern card. Wraps rubbed and soiled with nicks to edges, owner's signature, else vg. 60.00

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14 TOWN OF DARTMOUTH, N.S.) Plumbing Bye Laws for Town of Dartmouth. 1920.
1920, 
(TOWN OF DARTMOUTH, N.S.). Plumbing Bye Laws for Town of Dartmouth. 1920. Approved by His Honor the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Eighth Day of October, 1920. S.l.: s.n., (1920). Pp 20. 8vo, stapled printed card covers. Small stain to bottom edge, slightly rubbed, else vg. 15.00

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15 TOWN OF OXFORD, N.S.) BARNSTEAD, Arthur S. Bye-Laws and Ordinances of the Town of Oxford, Nova Scotia
1923, 
(TOWN OF OXFORD, N.S.). Bye-Laws and Ordinances of the Town of Oxford, NovaScotia. Acts approved by the Lieutenant-Governor, in Council on the 29th d ay of February, 1923. Arthur S. Barnstead, Clerk of the Executive Council. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1923]. Pp (1),[1]-78 leaves, printed on one side only.8vo, printed wrappers. Rubbed and lightly soiled, corners bent, else vg. 3 5.00

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16 University of Halifax) Calendar for the year 1880. w/out Exam Papers
1880, 
(University of Halifax). The Calendar for the year 1880. Halifax, N.S.: William Macnab, 1880. Pp [1]-114,(2),+ corrigendum slip. 8vo, wrappers. First Edition, without Examination Papers for 1879. Contents : Almanac; The University Act; The Amending Act; The Senate; Examiners for 1880; Regulations ofSenate; Table of Fees; Affiliated Institutions; Medical Institutions; Coll eges; Summary of Alterations in Regulations; Examinations in 1880; Regulation—Optional Subjects; Regulations—Text-Books; Local Examinations; Local Examinations - Instructions to Sub-Examiners; Notice to Candidates; Regulations—Matriculation; Regulations—Arts; Regulations —Honours in Arts; Regulations—Science; Regulations—Laws; Regulations—Medicine; Graduates; Undergraduates; Prizes; Honours; Tabular List of Candidates; Regulations—Ad Eundem Degrees; Regulations for Convocation; Bye-Laws of Convocation; Members of Convocation; Presentation Day—Order of Proceedings. Slightly chipped, else vg. 55.00 .

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17 University of Halifax) Calendar for the year 1880. with Exam Papers
1880, 
(University of Halifax). The Calendar for the year 1880. Halifax, N.S.: William Macnab, 1880. Pp [1]-191,(1),+ corrigendum slip. 8vo, grey wrappers, front cover lettered in black. Second Edition, containing the Examination Papers for 1879. Contents : Almanac; The University Act; The Amending Act; The Senate; Examiners for 1880; Regulations of Senate; Table of Fees; Affiliated Institutions; Medical Institutions; Colleges; Summary of Alterations inRegulations; Examinations in 1880; Regulation—Optional Subjects; Regulatio ns—Text-Books; Local Examinations; Local Examinations - Instructions to Sub-Examiners; Notice to Candidates; Regulations—Matriculation; Regulations—Arts; Regulations —Honours in Arts; Regulations—Science; Regulations—Laws; Regulations—Medicine; Graduates; Undergraduates; Prizes; Honours; Tabular List of Candidates; Regulations—Ad Eundem Degrees; Regulations for Convocation; Bye-Laws of Convocation; Members of Convocation; Presentation Day—Order of Proceedings; Examination Papers—Matriculation; Examination Papers—First B.A.; Examination Papers—Second B.A.; Examination Papers—Second B.Sc.; Examination Papers—First Lt.B.; Examination Papers—Second Lt.B.; Examination Papers—Second M.B. Very good. 65.00

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