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1 ADAMS, Francis Songs of the Army of the Night and the Mass of Christ. rev ed.
Mitchell Kennerley, New York, 1910, 
ADAMS, Francis. Songs of the Army of the Night and the Mass of Christ . [Editor's note by Henry S. Salt]. New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1919. New and revised edition. Pp. [1]-125,(1). 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Spine ends frayed, spine and part of rear board near spine sunned, light foxing to initial and final leaves, else vg. 25.00

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2 ADAMS, Frank Dawson History of Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal. in dj. signed
Burton's Limited, 1941, 
ADAMS, Frank Dawson. A History of Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal. Montreal : Burton's Limited, 1941. Pp 226. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, blue cloth. Vg-fine in slightly rubbed and chipped dj (owner's name stamp to front paste down and dj). Signed complimentary copy from the author. 40.00

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Sick Room Thoughts and Gleanings , ANDERSON, Maggie P.
3 ANDERSON, Maggie P. Sick Room Thoughts and Gleanings
Progress Book and Job Press, Saint John, 1893, 
ANDERSON, Maggie P. Sick Room Thoughts and Gleanings. Saint John, NB: "Progress" Book and Job Press, 1893. Pp. 142. 8vo, brown cloth with gilt lettering to front. Laugher p.8, Watters p.601. Not in Rhodenizer. "The writing ofthose Thoughts and Gleanings has enable me to endure hour after hour of se vere suffering and weariness in the still night watches, when the world around me seemed hushed in slumber, and no sound disturbed the almost painful stillness between midnight and early dawn." - from the Introduction. Contents: "Midnight Thoughts", "Repentance", "Security in Christ", "Our Home Influence", "The Value of Little Things", "Without Carefulness", "Daily Strength - How Obtained", "Epistles Known and Read", "Unceasing in Prayer", "Following Our Shepherd", "Kept", "Unto Still Waters", "Three Degrees of Peace", "Unfailing Cruse", "Cup-bearers to Our King", "Keeping Holy the Sabbath", "Overcome", "Thou God seest me", "Seeing and Knowing", "The Lord shut him in", "Joint-heirs with Christ", "Bearing our Cross", "It is Well", "Heaven Opened", 'Beginning of God's love", "Seeing Jesus", "Pressing toward the Mark", "Falling Short of the Mark", "When Death is Gain", "Hindrances", "Five Francs", "Coming", "Immanuel's Land", "Knocking, ever knocking", "Not Knowing", and "Celestial Country". Spine ends nicked, bottom edge bumped near spine, pencilled name, else vg. 100.00

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4 Anglican World BOYD, Malcolm EARLE, G.H. MUSCHAMP, Michael Anglican World International. Issue 23, Volume 4, Number 3, Trinity/Michaelmas 1964
Church Illustrated Limited, London , 1964, 
(Anglican World). Anglican World International. Issue 23, Volume 4, Number 3, Trinity/Michaelmas 1964. London : Church Illustrated Limited, 1964. Pp (2),3-57,(3) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Contents : Kei Oi – The Love of Christ (by Fred Wooding);Box Office God (by Malcolm Boyd); The Great Little Diocese (by Michael Mus champ); Sir Ninian Comper (by Hubert Fenwick); After Toronto (by Dewi Morgan); The Quiet Revolution (by William S. Lea); God Has No Needs (by Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.); The Land That God Gave Cain [about the Anglican Church in Newfoundland] (by G.H. Earle, pp 40-44, with 6 photos); Yaweh Sabaoth (by Richard Tatlock); Resurrection (by James W. Kennedy). Rubbed, old penned price to cover, else very good. 40.00

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5 ARMSTRONG, J. Murray Christ's Picture of a Christian : An Exposition of the Sermon on the Mount
Royal Printing Ltd., 1990, 
ARMSTRONG, J. Murray. Christ's Picture of a Christian : An Exposition of the Sermon on the Mount. N.pl.: (Royal Printing Ltd.), n.d. [ca 1990]. Pp (1),2-77,(3). 8vo, illustrated white card covers, front cover lettered in black, spine blank. Content : 1. Introduction to the Sermon on the Mount. 2. I.The Characteristics of a Christian: The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-12). 3. I. The Characteristics of a Christian (The Beatitudes - continued). 4. II. Th e Influence of a Christian in the World (5:13-16). 5. III. The Christian Ideal Contrasted with the Jewish Ideal (5:17-48). 6. III. The Christian IdealContrasted with the Jewish Ideal (5:17-48) [continued]. 7. IV. Christian R eligious Practice Contrasted with Jewish Religious Practice (6:1-18). 8. The Lord's Prayer (6:9-15). 9. The Christian Life in Its Own Practice (Prohibitions and Commands) (6:19-7:12). 10. A Cry for Help and Assurance of Receiving It and The Golden Rule (7:7-11). 11. Invitation to Enter the Kingdom and the Penalty of Not Doing So (7:13-27). 12. The Needed Dynamic. A few penmarks,, name, else very good. 20.00

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6 Atlantic Advocate RICHLER, Mordecai WARDELL Michael SCOTT, Meredith A. Atlantic Advocate, Volume 56, No. 6, February 1966
University Press of New Brunswick, Fredericton , 1966, 
(Atlantic Advocate). The Atlantic Advocate, Volume 56, No. 6, February 1966. Fredericton : University Press of New Brunswick, 1966. Pp 1-80. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled card covers. Cover photo of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. Articles include : Responsible Self-Government: Battle Map of New Brunswick, 1966 (by Michael Wardell); The Spire Ranks Higher [on Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton] (by Basil Partridge);Winter Voyage (by Meredith A. Scott); All About Gus [childhood on a farm i n P.E.I.] (by Elfie G. MacDonald); E.C.G. [Edward Gordon Craig] (by Mordecai Richler); Centennial at “The Slip” (by Michael Wardell); Career with a Challenge [R.C.M.P. In the arctic] (by Helen Burgess); Unscheduled Plane Trip(by Ritta Wright); Switch to Juniors [hockey] (by Nick Fillmore); and more . Very good. 15.00

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7 BAGATTI, Bellarmino Publications of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Smaller Series no. 2 Church from the Circumcision : History and Archaeology of the Judaico-Christians
Franciscan Printing Press, Jerusalem, 1971, 
BAGATTI, Bellarmino, Fr. The Church from the Circumcision : History and Archaeology of the Judaico-Christians. English translation by Fr. Eugene Hoade. Jerusalem : Franciscan Printin g Press, 1971. First Edition. Pp (4),v-vii,(1),[1]-326,(6). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in black. Publications of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Smaller Series no. 2. Contents : 1. The Judaeo-Christian Churches. 2. The Judaeo-Christian Beets and their organization. 3. The Question of the Law. 4.. Proselytism among the Jews. 5. Christian synagogues and sacred grottos. 6. Thecomposition of the theological signs. 7. Signs relative to the Messiah. 8. Signs relative to Christ as "creature". 9. Signs of Jesus "Saviour". 10. T he initiation of the Judaeo-Christians. 11. The return of the sinner. 12. Funeral rites. Penned name, else very good. 80.00

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8 BAKER, A.E. BAKER, Albert Edward Divine Christ. 1st UK no dj
Centenary Press, London, 1937, 
BAKER, A.E. The Divine Christ. London : The Centenary Press, (1937). First UK Edition. Pp 320. 8vo, green cloth. Albert Edward Baker (1884-?). Name, else very good. 35.00

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9 BALDWIN, Maurice S. Life in a Look
Dawson Brothers, Publishers, Montreal, 1879, 
BALDWIN, Maurice S. A Life in a Look. Montreal : Dawson Brothers, Publishers, 1879. Pp (4),[5]-113,(3). 8vo, maroon pressed cloth, gilt lettering to front board, spine blank. Watters p.757, Rhodenizer p. 313. An evangelical work. Maurice Scollard Baldwin (b. June 21, 1836 in Toronto - d. 19 October 19, 1904 in London, Ont.) Anglican clergyman, was Rector of the Parish of Montreal, Canon at the Cathedral, and Bishop of Huron. Chapters: 1. The Necessity of the New Birth; 2. The Nature of the New Birth; 3. Regeneration in its Connection with Christ on the Cross; Conclusion : "Looking Unto Jesus;"or, Growth in Grace. "Dear Reader, am I wrong in supposing you wish to kno w how to be saved? If I am, and you really care nothing for the subject, please, nevertheless read on. In these pages you will find nothing but that which really concerns yourself; and that which concerns ourselves demands atleast our careful attention. If, on the contrary, you really wish for this knowledge, then the very first truth you have to learn is: the vital neces sity of the new birth. This was the first doctrine our blessed Lord taught Nicodemus, and this is the first, I am sure, He would have me teach you." (pp 5-6). Cloth rubbed, wear to spine ends and corners, some foxing, pen andsmudging to rear endpaper, else very good. 35.00

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10 BALDWIN, Maurice S., DD. Life in a Look
Fleming H. Revell Company, New York, 1895, 
BALDWIN, Maurice S., DD, Bishop of Huron. Life in a Look. New York: FlemingH. Revell Company, [n.d.] ca 1895? Pp. [1]-104. 12mo, printed off-white wr aps. See Watters p.757, Rhodenizer p. 313. An evangelical pamphlet. MauriceScollard Baldwin (b. June 21, 1836 in Toronto - d. 19 October 19, 1904 in London, Ont.) Anglican clergyman, was Rector of the Parish of Montreal, Canon at the Cathedral, and Bishop of Huron. Chapters: 1. The Necessity of theNew Birth; 2. The Nature of the New Birth; 3. Regeneration in its Connecti on with Christ on the Cross; 4. "Looking Unto Jesus;" or, Growth in Grace. "Dear Reader, am I wrong in supposing you wish to know how to be saved? If I am, and you really care nothing for the subject, please, nevertheless read on. In these pages you will find nothing but that which really concerns yourself; and that which concerns ourselves demands at least our careful attention. If, on the contrary, you really wish for this knowledge, then the very first truth you have to learn is: the vital necessity of the new birth.This was the first doctrine our blessed Lord taught Nicodemus, and this is the first, I am sure, He would have me teach you." -from the text. POSTAGE WILL BE REDUCED ON THIS SMALL ITEM. Inscription in ink to inside front pag e dated 1898, glue at spine has dried, so covers are marginally attached tospine, chunks missing from cover at spine, foxing and browning to covers, else very good. 25.00

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11 BALLANTYNE, R. M. BALLANTYNE, R.M. Coxswain's Bride or The Rising Tide : A Tale of the Sea and Other Tales. 6th thousand.
James Nisbet, London, 0, 
BALLANTYNE, R. M. The Coxswain's Bride or The Rising Tide: A Tale of the Sea and Other Tales. With Illustrations by the Author. Sixth Thousand. London: James Nisbet & Co., n.d. [orginally copyright in 1891 unsure of this edi tion]. Pp 234, including frontispiece, including [16] pp of ads + [3] pp ofplates. 8vo, pictorial brown cloth, gilt to spine and upper board. See Qua yle, R.M. Ballantyne: A Bibliography of First Editions p.97 for the first. In each of the three stories Ballantyne writes about the significance of faith in Christ to the lives of his characters. Two of the stories have a nautical theme. The first story, "The Coxswain's Bride or the Rising Tide" is one of the life, love and adventure of "Sturdy" Bob Massey of the lifeboat service -the coxswain of the Greyton lifeboat. A brave man and a leader of men, he married well, not for money but for love, the fair-haired fisher-girl Nellie Carr, who easily matched him in intelligence, courage and dedication to duty. The third story, A Double Rescue, tells the story of a young boy, Jack Matterby, who finding himself orphaned and alone in the world immigrates to Canada. By faith in God and kindness to his fellow man Jack risesto great heights in business. He too is tested by the sea, in a terrifying shipwreck, but as in all things he follows the example of his mother and l eans on his faith. "Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him!" Boards rubbed, spine ends and extremities lightly bumped and frayed, spine faded, upper board still retains attractive illustration, front inner hinge cracked, rear starting, cracked between pp 144-145, occasional thumbing, ow vg. 60.00

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12 BARTH, C., Rev. CRAMP, John Mockett ex libris General History, Briefly Sketches, Upon Scriptural Principles.
Religious Tract Society RTS, London , 1840, 
BARTH, C., Rev. General History, Briefly Sketches, Upon Scriptural Principles. Translated by the Rev. R.F. Walker. London : The Religious Tract Society, 1840. Pp [i]-xii,[1]-480, folding coloured map frontis + 3 other coloured maps (1 folding). 12mo, purple pressed cloth, gilt lettering to spine, all edges gilt. Ex-libris Rev. J.M. Cramp. John Mockett Cramp (1796-1881) wasborn in England, July 25, 1796. He served as pastor in London, the Isle of Thanet and Hastings, Sussex. He took charge in 1844 of the Baptist college in Montreal, Canada. Later he became president of Acadia College, Nova Sco tia, in 1851, and retired in 1869 from that position. The 4 maps are : The World, as Known at the Foundation of Rome; The World, as Known at the Birthof Christ; The World, as Known at the Time of the Reformation; The World, , A.D. 1840. Spine sunned to brown, wear to spine ends, top of spine chipped and paper label to lower spine, hinges cracked, ffep and half title page detached, college library stamp, with a gift bookplate “From the Library ofRev. J.M. Cramp, D.D. Presented by his Children. July 1900.” As is. 45.00

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13 BARTH, Karl McNAB, J. Strathearn, trans. Credo : A Presentation of the Chief Problems of Dogmatics with reference tothe Apostles' Creed : Sixteen Lectures Delivered at the University of Utre cht in February and March, 1935. First Edition in dust jacket.
Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1936, 
BARTH, Karl. Credo : A Presentation of the Chief Problems of Dogmatics withreference to the Apostles' Creed : Sixteen Lectures Delivered at the Unive rsity of Utrecht in February and March, 1935. Translated by J. Strathearn McNab. London: Hodder and Stoughton, (1936). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xi,(1),1-203,(1). 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to spine. The first ofBarth's works to be translated into English. Contents: 1. I Believe; 2. In God; 3. The Father Almighty; 4. Creator of Heaven and Earth; 5. And In Jes us Christ His Only Son; 6. Our Lord; 7. Who Was Conceived by the Holy Ghost, Born of the Virgin Mary; 8. Suffered Under Pontius Pilate; 9. Was Crucified, Dead, and Buried, He Descended into Hell; 10. The Third Day He Rose Again from the Dead; 11. He Ascended into Heaven and Sitteth on the Right Handof God The Father Almighty; 12. From Thence He Shall Come to Judge the Qui ck and the Dead; 13. I Believe in The Holy Ghost; 14. The Holy Catholic Church, the Communion of The Saints; 15. The Forgiveness of Sins; 16. The Resurrection of The Flesh, and the Life Everlasting. Amen. Very good in nicked,lightly verso-spotted, spine-sunned, unclipped dust jacket. 35.00

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Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece, BARTHELEMI, Abbe ANACHARSIS) RICHTER, H.)
14 BARTHELEMI, Abbe ANACHARSIS) RICHTER, H.) Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece
Printed for Vernor and Hood, Birchin Lane, Cornhill, London, 1797, 
BARTHELEMI, Abbe. The Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece , During the Middle of the Fourth Century before the Christian Era. Abridged from the original work of the Abbe Barthelemi ; illustrated with plates designed and engraved by H. Richter. L.: Printed for Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane, Cornhill, 1797. Pp. 639 + 8 p. of indx, 1 folding map, and 3 p. of plates. 8vo, full calf with marbled endpapers and blue specked edges. A commentary of the travels of Anacharsis, a Scythian philosopher, who travelled through many countries in search of foreign knowledge, several centuries before thebirth of Christ. Anacharsis, according to legend, is also credited with in venting the two fluked anchor. Moderately rubbed, spine nearly chipped away, rear board nearly detached, second blank loose, name inked to ffep, one-inch tear to map, else very good. 250.00

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15 BAXTER, Richard. Making Light of Christ and Salvation, Too Oft the Issue of Gospel Invitations; A Call to the Unconverted To Turn and Live; The Last Work of a Believer; His Passing Prayer, Recommending His Departing Spirit to Christ To Be Received by Him; of the Shedding
Thomas Nelson, London and Edinburgh , 1846, 
BAXTER, Richard. Making Light of Christ and Salvation, Too Oft the Issue ofGospel Invitations; A Call to the Unconverted To Turn and Live; The Last W ork of a Believer; His Passing Prayer, Recommending His Departing Spirit toChrist To Be Received by Him; of the Shedding Abroad of God's Love on the Heart by the Holy Ghost. With an Essay on His Life, Ministry, and Theology,by Thomas W. Jenkyn. London and Edinburgh : Thomas Nelson, MDCCCXLVI [1846 ]. Pp (6),[i]-lviii,[1]-283,(1),[1]-4(ads), frontis + engraved title page. 8vo, brown pressed cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Engraved title page : Works of the English Puritan Divines. Spine ends chipped, outre hinges cracked, rubbed, bubbling to cloth on back cover, corners bumped, some light foxing, remnants of paper stuck to pastedowns, penned gift inscription (dated 1847), else good. As is. 40.00

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16 BAYER, C. Walter HATFIELD, Leonard F., foreword Supplement to the History of Christ Church, Dartmouth, N.S..
1967, 
BAYER, C. Walter. A Supplement to the History of Christ Church, Dartmouth, N.S., 1960-1967. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. Pp [1]-32. Illustrated. 8vo, cardcovers. Vg. 12.00

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17 BAYER, C. Walter RYDER, W.E., foreword Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. signed.
1960, 
BAYER, C. Walter. Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960]. Pp [1]-165,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth.
Chapters: 1. The laying of the cornerstone - First outdoor services 1750-1751 - The Preston Church - First Church services - First Wardens and Vestry - Christ Church consecrated - First rectory - Second church at Preston; 2. [Mather Byles] Desbrisey buried beneath church - Clerks' duties discontinued - The serious situation 1843 - Second Preston church burnt and third built; 3. Church school built - First delegates to Synod - Church building extended - Parish of Eastern Passage formed 1870 - First services at North Dartmouth and Waverley - Sale of present site of Christ Church considered - Wholesale resignations; 4. Pipe organ installed - Formation of Women's Guild 1844 - Fences removed - New Parish Hall - Women's Auxiliary organized 1907; 5. Mite Society - First Voting by women - Surpliced choir - Emmanuel Church built - End of first hundred years - Memorials and gifts; 6. Christ Church damaged - Emmanuel destroyed - Explosion 1917 - The Reconstruction Committee; 7. First services at Woodside - Corner stone of St. Alban's laid - Separation at Alban's - Memorial shaft [i.e. : a monument ot the fallen parishoners of the First World War]- Boy Scouts - Parish Hall enlarged; 8. Fire in Church - Archdeacon Wilcox dies - Record Sunday School Attendance; 9. Services started at Port Wallis - St. Andrew's built - Emmanuel and St. Andrew's made separate parish; 10. Church damaged by explosion 1945 - Present rector appointed - Birth of St. Luke's - St. John's separated from parish - Cemetery improved - Some old gravestones; 11. Organ electrified - Sunday School time changed - Alterations and repairs to parish hall; 12. Services in Maynard Lake area - Start of church building - New parish of the Church of the Holy Spirit - Installation of Baldwin Organ, Christ Church - Gallery renovated for Choir rooms - Gifts and Memorials - Bishops, Rectors, Wardens, Vestrymen 1817-1959 - Organizations - Random Readings from The Registers.
Vg. Signed without inscription by Bayeron the title page. 45.00

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18 BAYER, C. Walter RYDER, W.E., foreword Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. First Edition.
1960, 
BAYER, C. Walter. Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960]. First Edition. No printer given. Pp [1]-165,(3) + 11 leaves of b&w photos and other illustrations. 8vo, maroon cloth, silver lettering to front, plain spine.

Charles Walter Bayer (b. April 30, 1893, Musquodoboit Harbour, Halifax County, Nova Scotia - d. December 4, 1968, Dartmouth).

Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58.

Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder, M.A., M.M., D.D., Rector.

1. The laying of the cornerstone -
First outdoor services 1750-1751 -
The Preston Church -
First Church services -
First Wardens and Vestry -
Christ Church consecrated -
First rectory -
Second church at Preston;

2. [Mather Byles] Desbrisey buried beneath church -
Clerks' duties discontinued -
The serious situation 1843 -
Second Preston church burnt and third built;

3. Church school built -
First delegates to Synod -
Church building extended -
Parish of Eastern Passage formed 1870 -
First services at North Dartmouth and Waverley -
Sale of present site of Christ Church considered -
Wholesale resignations;

4. Pipe organ installed -
Formation of Women's Guild 1844 -
Fences removed -
New Parish Hall -
Women's Auxiliary organized 1907;

5. Mite Society -
First Voting by women -
Surpliced choir -
Emmanuel Church built -
End of first hundred years -
Memorials and gifts;

6. Christ Church damaged -
Emmanuel destroyed -
Explosion 1917 -
The Reconstruction Committee;

7. First services at Woodside -
Corner stone of St. Alban's laid -
Separation at Alban's -
Memorial shaft [i.e. : a monument ot the fallen parishoners of the First World War]-
Boy Scouts -
Parish Hall enlarged;

8. Fire in Church -
Archdeacon Wilcox dies -
Record Sunday School Attendance;

9. Services started at Port Wallis -
St. Andrew's built -
Emmanuel and St. Andrew's made separate parish;

10. Church damaged by explosion 1945 -
Present rector appointed -
Birth of St. Luke's -
St. John's separated from parish -
Cemetery improved -
Some old gravestones;

11. Organ electrified -
Sunday School time changed -
Alterations and repairs to parish hall;

12. Services in Maynard Lake area -
Start of church building -
New parish of the Church of the Holy Spirit -
Installation of Baldwin Organ, Christ Church -
Gallery renovated for Choir rooms -
Gifts and Memorials -
Bishops, Rectors, Wardens, Vestrymen 1817-1959 -
Organizations -
Random Readings from The Registers.

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19 BAYER, C. Walter RYDER, W.E., foreword DESBRISAY, Mather Byles Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. First Edition.
1960, 
BAYER, C. Walter. Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960]. First Edition. Pp [1]-165,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth. Bayer (1893-). Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58. Chapters: 1. The laying of the cornerstone - First outdoor services 1750-1751 - The Preston Church - First Church services - First Wardens and Vestry - Christ Church consecrated - First rectory - Second church at Preston; 2. [Mather Byles] Desbrisey buried beneath church - Clerks' duties discontinued - The serious situation 1843 - Second Preston church burnt and third built; 3. Church school built - First delegates to Synod - Church building extended - Parishof Eastern Passage formed 1870 - First services at North Dartmouth and Wav erley - Sale of present site of Christ Church considered - Wholesale resignations; 4. Pipe organ installed - Formation of Women's Guild 1844 - Fences removed - New Parish Hall - Women's Auxiliary organized 1907; 5. Mite Society - First Voting by women - Surpliced choir - Emmanuel Church built - End of first hundred years - Memorials and gifts; 6. Christ Church damaged - Emmanuel destroyed - Explosion 1917 - The Reconstruction Committee; 7. First services at Woodside - Corner stone of St. Alban's laid - Separation at Alban's - Memorial shaft [i.e. : a monument ot the fallen parishoners of the First World War]- Boy Scouts - Parish Hall enlarged; 8. Fire in Church - Archdeacon Wilcox dies - Record Sunday School Attendance; 9. Services started at Port Wallis - St. Andrew's built - Emmanuel and St. Andrew's made separate parish; 10. Church damaged by explosion 1945 - Present rector appointed - Birth of St. Luke's - St. John's separated from parish - Cemetery improved - Some old gravestones; 11. Organ electrified - Sunday School time changed - Alterations and repairs to parish hall; 12. Services in Maynard Lake area - Start of church building - New parish of the Church of the Holy Spirit- Installation of Baldwin Organ, Christ Church - Gallery renovated for Cho ir rooms - Gifts and Memorials - Bishops, Rectors, Wardens, Vestrymen 1817-1959 - Organizations - Random Readings from The Registers. Very good. 40.00

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20 BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). FARRELL, Frank E. WILDER-SMITH, Arthur E. MASTERS, Donald C. His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 13, No. 9, June, 1953.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Chicago, 1953, 
BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 13,No. 9, June, 1953. (Chicago) : Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 1953. P p 1-40. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : “Kierkegaard: Yes/No, Part II” (by Frank E. Farrell);“The Christian Interpretation of History” (by Donald C. Masters); “Christ found me at Purdue University” (by Mary L. Arnold); “Summer Slump” (by Douglas Alan Clark); “The Birth of a Christian” (by C.P. Martin); “For Strength: an undivided heart” (by Arthur E. Wilder-Smith); “Commands to Continue” (by Northcote Deck); “Midnight : the time of death – or redemption” (by JohnGillies); and more. Rubbed and lightly browned, else very good. 15.00

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