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1 Acadia College) Historical Records and General Catalogue of Acadia College, August, 18
1888, 
(Acadia College). Historical Records and General Catalogue of Acadia College, August, 1888. Halifax : S. Selden, 1888. First Edition. Pp (4),3-62,(2), including frontispiece, With small errata slip facing p.27. 8vo, tan paper wraps, plain spine.

Cover title : General Catalogue and Historical Records of Acadia College, 1838-1888.

Contents:
The Nova Scotia Baptist Education Society -
Prospectus of the Nova Scotia Baptist Education Society -
Provisional Directors -
Inception of College -
Petition to Legislature -
Governors of College -
Officers of Education Society -
Officers of Instruction -
Senate in 1888 -
Graduates [year by year from class of 1843 to 1888-
Students in Horton Academy between January 1841 and January 1842.

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2 Acadia University - Yearbook Axe 1944.
Published by the Students of Acadia University / Printed by Kentville Publishing, Wolfville, 1944, 
(Acadia University - Yearbook). The Axe 1944. (Wolfville) : Published by the Students of Acadia University, (1944). Printed by Kentville Publishing Company Ltd. Pp (2),[1]-130. Illustrated. 4to, pressed brown cloth, gilt to front board. Wear to spine and corners, some autographed notes to graduating photos, else very good. 40.00

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3 Acadia University - Yearbook Axe 1946
Published by the Students of Acadia University / Printed by Kentville Publishing, Wolfville, 1946, 
(Acadia University - Yearbook). The 1946. (Wolfville) : Published by the Students of Acadia University, (1946). Printed by Kentville Publishing Company Ltd. Pp (2),[1]-168. Illustrated. 4to, pressed brown cloth, gilt to frontboard. Very good. 40.00

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4 Anglican Church). HARRIS, R.V.). Two Hundred and Fifty Years Young : Our Diocesan Story 1710-1960. First Edition.
1960, 1960 
(Anglican Church). Two Hundred and Fifty Years Young : Our Diocesan Story 1710-1960. Published in thanksgiving for two hundred and fifty years of continuous Anglican worship in the area comprising the diocese of Nova Scotia. N.pl. [Halifax] : n.pub., n.d. First Edition. Pp (2),[i]-viii,[1]-168,(6). With b&w photos and other illustrations throughout. 8vo, b&w photo-illustrated grey cardcovers, white spine, black lettering to spine.

Cover title: 250 Years Young : Our Diocesan Story 1710-1960.

Spine title: .Two Hundred and Fifty Years Young.

Foreword by Robert Harold, Bishop of Nova Scotia.
Introduction by William Wallace, Bishop Coadjutor.

Contents:
1. Chancellor R.V. Harris's "Royal City of Queen Anne (Annapolis Royal Story, 1710)";

2. Harris's "FIrst Church in Halifax (Story of St. Paul's);

3. Harris's "The Loyalists and our First Bishop (The Rt. Rev. Charles Inglis, 1787-1816);

4. Bishop Davis's "First K.C.S. Boy becomes our third Bishop (The Rt. Rev. John Inglis, 1825-1850);

5. Davis's 'Birth of our Diocesan Synod (The Rt. Rev. Hibbert Binney, 1851-1887);

6. Dr. A.W. Cunningham's "The Church and Education (Kings College, K.C.S. and Edgehill";

7. Harris's "The Cathedral Movement (Cathedrals past and present);

8. Rev. Kennedy B. Wainwright's (rector of Stewiacke and Shubenacadie) "The Church on the South Shore (Including Lunenburg and Shelburne deaneries)";

9. Very Rev. E.B.N. Cochran and Bishop Davis's "The Church in the Valley:
Part I: The Deanery of Avon and
Part II: The Deanery of Annapolis";

10. Rev. H.Y. McLean's (rector of St. George's Sydney) "The Church in Isle Royale (The Cape Breton Story)";

11. Rev. Canon E.M. Malone and Major T.E. McNutt's "The Church in the Island Province (The Prince Edward Island Story)";

12. Wainwright's "The Church in the Northern Counties (The Amherst Deanery Story)";

13. Rev. Philip C. Jefferson's "The Church on the Eastern Shore";

14. Davis's "The Church in the See City (The Halifax Deanery Story)";

15. Rev. A. Stanley Hart's (rector of North Dartmouth) "The Diocese To-day (Final Chapter)".

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5 Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia Valley.
Annapolis Valley Tourist Council in co-operation with Kentville Publishing, Kentville , 1985, 
(Annapolis Valley, N.S.). The Valley. (Kentville : The Annapolis Valley Tourist Council in co-operation with Kentville Publishing, 1985). Pp 1-40. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Contents : Annapolis Blossom Country – Daytrip; Middleton; Greenwood; Kingston; Festivals and Events; Aylesford; Morden; Heart of the Valley – Daytrip; Berwick; Beaches of the Minas Basin; Kentville; Farm and Country Vacations; Hall's Harbour; Live Theatre; New Minas; Golf; Map Centrefold; The Legend of Glooscap; The Footsteps of Glooscap – Daytrip; Wolfville; Port Williams; Canning; Grand Pre; Hantsport; Museums of the Valley; The land of Sam Slick – Daytrip; Windsor; Pumpkin Festival; Church Services; Questionnaire; Tide Tables & Bore Times; Country Inns, Bed & Breakfasts. Very good. 15.00

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Letter to a Certain Eminent British Sailor [bound with] A Specimen of NakedTruth, Anonymous] VERNON, Edward.
6 Anonymous] VERNON, Edward. Letter to a Certain Eminent British Sailor [bound with] A Specimen of NakedTruth
W. Webb, London, 1746, 
[VERNON, Edward]. A Specimen of Naked Truth , from a British Sailor, a Sincere Well-Wisher to the Honour and Prosperity of the Present Royal Family, and his Country. L: Printed for W. Webb near St. Paul's, (1746). Pp 30. [bound with] [Anonymous]. A Letter to a Certain Eminent British Sailor , Occasion'd by his Specimen of Naked Truth. From a Zealous Assertor of his Merit, and Sincere Well-Wisher to his Person. London : Printed for M. Moore, near St. Paul's, (1746). Pp 32. 8vo, half calf, marbled boards. "Vernon was advanced to admiral in 1745 and appointed to command the North Sea Fleet. He was responsible for stopping supplies from France destined to nourish the attempt of Prince Charles Edward to regain the throne of Britain for the deposed Stuart line of kings. This was his last operational command, as he askedto be relieved when the Admiralty refused to grant him the status of comma nder-in-chief. During the following year his named was removed from the list of flag officers as a result of the publication of a number of anonymous pamphlets highly critical of the Admiralty which, although he denied authorship, were known to have been written by him." -Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea, p. 911. Ffep gone, rubbed with slight wear to extremities of calf, eps yellowed, else very good. 1,250.00

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7 ANSLOW, Florence HALIBURTON, Thomas HALL, William, V.C. Historic Windsor : A Town and County Abounding in Interesting Events : Jottings From My Scrapbook
1962, 
ANSLOW, Florence. Historic Windsor: A Town and County Abounding in Interesting Events. Jottings From My Scrapbook. Windsor, N.S.: n.pub., n.d. [1962].First Edition. Pp (2),3-32. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled whtie wraps with N.S . flag illustration to front. Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58. Contents: Nova Scotia Flag; Ancient Pessaquith; Nova Scotia; Arrival of the Planters; Trees; Hants County; Toll Bridge; Clifton; Glooscap; Judge Haliburton's Name perpetuated; Old Parish Church; Bluenose; Four Famous Natives; Old Indian Love Story; The Countess Mayo; Cape Cod Architecture; William Hall, V.C.; Aboiteau and Harnessing the Bay of Fundy; Bluenose keeps N.Y. Moving; Fort Edward; The Old Parish Burying Ground;The Haliburton Family; Famous Graduates of Kings College; Sam Slick; Mrs. Grant's Tragic Death; Amor de Cosmos; Colonel Cato; The First Railroad: Halifax to Windsor; Ossian; Agricultural Monument; Chimney Sweep to Geologist;Banks; Medical Quacks; Shannon & Chesapeake; A Haunted House. Very good. 1 5.00

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8 ARCHIBALD, S.G.W.). LONGWORTH, Israel Life of S.G.W. Archibald. First Edition.
1881, 
(ARCHIBALD, S.G.W.). LONGWORTH, Israel. Life of S.G.W. Archibald. Halifax :(Printed by S.F.Huestis), 1881. First Edition.. Pp (4), [v]-xi, (1), [1]-1 79, (1). Small 8vo, maroon pressed boards, copper lettering to spine.
Watters p.533, Rhodenizer p.482, Long p.135.
For Archibald (1777-1846) see DCB VII:21-25, Marble NSH&A p.46-47.

"The writer of this Memoir had occasion, while preparing a History of the County of Colchester, to make some rather minute investigations into the circumstances connected with the first settlement of Truro - and its progress as it developed from a straggling hamlet in the wilderness, to the thriving and bustling town which it is at this day. In doing so he was struck with the prominent part taken in its affairs by the members of one family, a family which has been connected with the town from its earliest history. Four generations of this family in lineal descent have been members of the Nova Scotian Assembly." - from the preface.

Contents : 1. From Birth in 1777 to Election to Assembly: Description of Truro in 1777. - First settlement of the Brothers Archibald - David the Grand-father - Samuel the Father - Death of Father - Stories of Early Life - Residence with Grand-father - Letter of introduction from his sister Elizabeth Elliot to his cousin Mrs. Lamb - Her kindness - At School at Haverhill and Andover - Intended Profession - Change - Study of Law -. Marriage - Appointed Judge of Probate - Admitted to Bar - Elected to Assembly;
2. Politics in1 806 - Sir. John Wentworth - William Cottnam Tonge elected Speaker and rejected - Mr. Wilkins becomes Speaker - Mr. Archibald's first motion in the Assembly - Takes Charge of Road Questions - Religion in 1806 - Kings College- Croke's Test Clauses - Controversy between two Bishops - Mr. McCulloch intervenes - He keeps a school - What followed;
3. 1817 to 1825 : Mr. Archibald as an Advocate - King vs. Sawers - King vs. Holland - King vs. Forrester;
4. Interest in Agriculture - Manufacturing Operations - Visit to England - Appointed Chief Justice of P. E. I. - Visits the Island - Address of Grand Inquest - Dinner at Pictou - Dinner and address at Truro - Made Solicitor General in place of Mr. Robie promoted - Chosen Speaker - Election of 1826 - Again chosen Speaker - Non-residence in P. E. I. - Aims at Chief Justice ship of N. S. - Claims of different candidates - Changes impending - Grounds of Blowers' Retention of office - Sir Peregrine Maitland's perplexities - Correspondence with Sir John Coape Sherbrooke - The misdirected letter;
5. The Brandy Question - Death of George IV - Dissolution of the House.;
6. President reports to Colonial Minister - Speaker does same - President writes to Under Secretary of Colonies - Reply - Mr. Archibald declines Judgeship - Council's friends disappointed with Mr. Archibald's course - Reasons assigned - Curious letter in the Free Press - Conjectures as to its authorship - Dissection of letter - Consideration of reasons assigned by letter writer;
7. Election of 1830 - Candidates - Mr. Archibald's speech at Truro - Meeting of House - Death of Attorney General Uniacke - Office kept open - Passage of Revenue Bill - Lord Goderich's Despatch - Mission of Judge Halliburton to England - Mr. Archibald appointed acting Attorney General - Visits England - Judge Halliburton's and Mr. Archibald's race in England - Attentions in England - Marquis of Lansdown's offer - Rejected - . Lord Goderich proposes changes in Judiciary - House refuse - Lord Goderich to Administrator - Conclusion of question of Chief Justiceship - Correspondence thereon. -Remarks on mode of day for obtaining promotion - Reaction after 1830 - State of public opinion in 1835 and '36 - Joe Warner's Letters - General Election of 1836 - Mr. Logan's candidacy - Mr. Archibald's speeches at Truro - Returned to Assembly;
8. Curious results of Election - General effect of same - Disappearance of old members - First appearance of new men afterwards attaining eminence - Re-elected Speaker - Illness - Mr. Smith appointed Speaker temporarily - Failure of crops in 1836 - Mr. Dodd brings a Bill before the House to keep grain and potatoes in the Province - Mr. Archibald's speech in its favor - Mr. Young opposes the measure - His death - Resolutions transmitted to England - Reply - Rebellion in Lower Canada - Troops sent from Halifax to Montreal - Public Meeting at Halifax - Resolutions for relief of Soldiers' families - Patriotic speech of Mr. Archibald - Mr. Howe's vindication of the loyalty of the Liberals of Nova Scotia - Meeting of House in 1838 - Appointment of Lord Durham as Lord High Commissioner and Governor General of British North America. , His Report on the situation of the Provinces [The Durham Report]- An act of his administration attacked in the Lords by Lords Brougham and Lyndhurst - The Ministry disallow the ordinances complained of - Lord Durham's hasty return to England - Lord John Russel becomes Colonial Secretary - Mr. C. Poulett Thompson appointed Governor General - Resolutions of 1839 - Delegates sent by House to England - Met by Council's Delegates - Lord John Russell's despatch of I6th October, 1839, as to tenure of Office - Additions to Executive Council from Assembly - Vote of want of Confidence in Government - Resignation of lion. J. B. Uniacke - Subsequent action of House - Vote against Sir Colin Campbell. Mr. Archibald's views on that vote - The Governor General at Halifax - Lord Falkland becomes Governor of Nova Scotia - New appointments to Council. Election of 1840 - Mr. Archibald returned for Colchester without opposition;
9. New Speaker - Reasons for Mr. Archibald's disqualification - Other Candidates equally disqualified - Two members of same Government contending for Speakership - Mr. Uniacke a member of Government moves resolution touching repeal of Union with Cape Breton - Resolution complimentary to Mr. Archibald adopted unanimously - Offered offices of Master of Rolls and Judge of Admiralty Court - Accepts- Mr. Archibald as Judge - Address at Truro - His Country seat - His habits at Truro - Hospitality - His Humour;
10. Success as a Judge - Failing health - Death - Meeting of Bar Society - Speech of Chief Justice - Address of Condolence - Meeting of Colchester people on his death - Eulogium of Mr. Howe - Examination of charges against Mr. Archibald as a public man - Mr. Howe's views upon them - Mr Archibald in his social relations - Death of his first wife - Account of his second wife. - Sir Charles Pollack and Sir T. D.Archibald - Mr. Archibald's love for the sacred Scriptures - Anecdote related by Rev. Mr. Morton - Thoughts of writer in concluding Memoir.

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9 Associated British Ports Ports '88 : Guide to the Ports and Shipping Services of Associated British Ports
Charter International Publications, in association with Associated British Ports, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, 1988, 
Associated British Ports. Ports '88 : Guide to the Ports and Shipping Services of Associated British Ports . Kings Lynn, Norfolk: Charter International Publications, in association with Associated British Ports, 1988. Pp. 1-156. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Includes sections on Humber ports, Southampton, South Wales ports, other smaller prots (Ayr, Troon, Barrow, Silloth, Fleetwood, Garston, King's Lynn, Lowestoft and Plymouth), and liner services. Vg. 15.00

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10 BARETTE, J. Rene deGARTHE, William E. MANUGE, Tim Great Monument of Peggy's Cove. 1st pr.
Kings Printers Ltd., Kingston, NS, 1980, 
BARETTE, J. Rene. The Great Monument of Peggy's Cove . Compiled and writtenby J. Rene Barette. Sketches by William E. deGarthe. Photographs by Tim Ma nuge. Kingston: Kings Printers Ltd., [n.d. - 1980]. First Printing. Pp. [1]-24. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled white and grey card covers. Lightly browned with minor spotting to covers, else vg. 10.00

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11 BARKHOUSE, Janet BRATT, Sally Sable Island - Imagine! Second Printing
Curriculum Plus Publishing Copmany , Toronto, 2010, ISBN:9781442800908 
BARKHOUSE, Janet. Sable Island - Imagine! Illustrated by Sally Bratt. Toronto : Curriculum Plus Publishing Copmany, (2010). Second Printing. Pp (5),6-48. Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illusrated blue card covers, lettered in blue and white. Joyce Carman Barkhouse, née Killam CM ONS (b. May 3, 1913, Woodville, Kings County, Nova Scotia – d. February 2, 2012, Bridgewater, LunenburgCounty, Nova Scotia) Canadian children's writer best known for writing his torical fiction. "' 'Look over there,' Debbie says, after about thirty minutes of flying over the sea. 'That is Sable Island.' She points, but at firtst you can't see anything. Then you see it!" Sable Island is home to hundreds of wild horses, and thousands of seals and birds. Yet fewer than ten people live there. Because it is far from the mainland, people rarely have a chance even to visit this amazing Canadian island made of sand. Imagine you are one of those rare visitors! " (from the back cover). Contents : Map of Sable Island. Introduction. 1. Off to Sable Island!. 2. Sable Island Station. 3. Wild Horses. 4. The History of the Sable Horses. 5. More Wildlife. 6.How Children Saved the Horses. 7. Goodbye to Sable Island. Penned initials , else very good. NOTE: Shipping should be less for this small item. 10.00

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12 BARKHOUSE, Joyce IRVING, Daphne Witch of Port Lajoye. 2nd, signed.
Ragweed, Charlottetown, 1985, ISBN:0920304265 
BARKHOUSE, Joyce. The Witch of Port Lajoye. Illustrated by Daphne Irving. Charlottetown : Ragweed Press, (1985). Second Printing. Pp (2),3-48. 8vo, illustrated beige card covers with black titles to front and spine. Joyce Carman Barkhouse, née Killam CM ONS (b. May 3, 1913, Woodville, Kings County, Nova Scotia – d. February 2, 2012, Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia) Canadian children's writer best known for writing historical fiction. "'The Witch of Port LaJoye' is a haunting legend for young people set in Prince Edward Island. It tells the tale of a bubbling spring, a magical stone,and a young Basque woman who learns the healing ways of the Micmac, only t o be called a witch by the settlers on the Island in the early 1700s." - from the rear cover. Very good. Signed and inscribed by Barkhouse. 7.50

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13 BARKHOUSE, Joyce MARTIN, Barbara Smallest Rabbit. signed
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, NS, 1996, 
BARKHOUSE, Joyce. Smallest Rabbit. Illustrated by Barbara Martin. Hantsport, NS: Lancelot Press, (1996). Pp. 24. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Joyce Carman Barkhouse, née Killam CM ONS (b. May 3, 1913, Woodville, Kings County, Nova Scotia – d. February 2, 2012, Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia) Canadian children's writer best known for writing historical fiction.Top corner creased, lower front corner bumped, else very good. Signed by b oth the author and the illustrator on the half-title. 7.00

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14 BARNARD, David T. DAVID, King of Israel With Skilful Hand : The Story of King David. First Edition in dustjacket, signed by author
McGill-Queen's University Press , Montreal & Kingston / London / Ithaca , 2004, ISBN:0773527141 
BARNARD, David T. With Skilful Hand : The Story of King David. Montreal & Kingston / London / Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, (2004). First Edition. Pp (8),[ix]-x,(2),[3]-192,(6). 8vo, black cloth, silver lettering to spine. Contents : Prologue : "It has been over six hundred years since David, son of Jesse, became king of Israel. He not only established a dynasty but also became an ideal. His fame is so great that all other kings of our nation since his reign have been measured against him. Our sacred books contain stories about him, and there are official records of his heroic actsand his establishment of a system of government and worship as well as oth er practices for our nation. These ancient texts are terse: they tell the stories, but they are focused on the king himself." 1. Preparation : "The stories about David begin when he was a young man in his father’s home and then in the service of King Saul. The God of our ancestors was displeased with Saul and intended to replace him as king of Israel. David needed time to develop and refine the qualities God wanted in a king, some of which had begun to appear while he was on his father’s farm. But long before Saul’s reign ended, David was identified as the next king - first secretly by God andthen in a growing expectation among the people." 2. Foundation : "In the f irst group of documents there is some uncertainty around David. His time with the Philistines, for example, was difficult even for his father to understand. But the lament for Saul and Jonathan seems to come from a man who genuinely mourned them, even though some others suspected otherwise. After the death of King Saul, the kingdom split in two. The tribe of Judah crowned David as their king. But the remainder of the tribes stayed together under the rule of Saul’s son, Ishbaal." 3. Reign : "Bloodshed and suffering, as we have seen in the previous group of documents, followed David and those around him all his life. Is this necessary for a king, and especially for onewho claims to be God’s king? For example, what Michal reveals about her ba rrenness is hard to reconcile with the idea of David that I had before reading these letters. How could he make someone endure such suffering for so long? Did he believe that serving God as king required him to treat Michal this way?" 4. Dynasty : "The previous group of documents covered a period ofstrong forces and strong passions around David, his court, and his family. The one letter from the hand of Zeruiah makes me understand why David used the term “sons of Zeruiah” to describe those - her sons and others - who w ere continually involved in intrigue and bloodshed. In the midst of her brother’s greatest trouble, she actually contemplated the possible end of his reign, presumably to the advantage of herself and her sons. In this sectionI have included some of David’s songs to show his own expressions ..." 5. Reflection : "This ends the collection of documents on the course of David’s life as seen by those around him. But a particularly interesting group ofwritings in the collection appears to be notes from a series of addresses that David gave at the end of his life. He had established a company of singers who would participate in the worship rituals. The chief singer was a man named Heman. These notes, if they are accurate, indicate that Heman was David’s friend, and had convinced the king to talk about the songs that he had written for the worship rituals." Epilogue : "These documents I have given you - both the letters and David’s addresses to the singers - have helped me to see the complexity of his life and work, but not to resolve it. Future readers may be more able than I to reconcile the apparent conflicts inthese documents. And these conflicts still remain. Even in his last song D avid confronts me with the contrast between how he lived his life and his sense that God has rewarded him by establishing through him a line of kings." Appendices : 1. Names of People. 2. Names of Places. Very good in dustjacket. Signed with inscription by the author. 30.00

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15 BARNARD, Murray (ed.). CREIGHTON, Helen MacGORMAN, Harry R. Nova Scotia Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1969
Nova Scotia Information Bureau, Department of Trade and Industry, 1969, 
BARNARD, Murray (ed.). Nova Scotia Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1969. N.pl.: Nova Scotia Information Bureau, Department of Trade and Industry, 1969. Pp 1-20. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated black stapled card covers. Contents : Science's Newest Food Miracle [FPC food additive]; Technology Town N.S. [; 1 Billion Blooms and it's blossom Festival Time; Lady of the Legends : She Collects Ghosts for Kicks [Helen Creighton] (by Harry R. MacGorman); and more. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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16 BARRETT, Wayne BARRETT, Wayne MacBEATH, George, intro. Kings Landing : Country Life in Early Canada. 1st in dj
Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1979, 
BARRETT, Wayne. Kings Landing : Country Life in Early Canada. Photographs by Wayne Barrett. Introduction by George MacBeath. Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1979. First Printing. Pp (4),5-9,(1),+ 89 plates. Oblong 8vo, reddish cloth. "On a peaceful bank of the Saint John River is a village livingin the eighteen hundreds. Here, at Kings Landing Historical Settlement, th e sights and sounds, the pleasures and labours, the small activities of daily life, are those of a century or more ago. Here our modern world is unimagined. To see Kings Landing brought to life is to knowwhat inspired the poetic imagery of the Victorians. No brief description can convey the beautiful richness and variety of human detail in this book, which recreates Victorian life through all the seasons and from childhood to old age. All the photographs in this book were specially commissioned. They give a representation of the Settlement and form an album of central New Brunswick in the nineteenth century. The introduction and the extensive detailed captions to theplates add a wealth of historical information that rounds out this portray al of early rural life in a part of British North America." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. 15.00

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17 BARRETT, Wayne. MacBEATH, George King's Landing : Country Life in Early Canada. First Edition in dustjacket.
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Oxford University Press, 1979, ISBN:0195403010 
BARRETT, Wayne. Kings Landing : Country Life in Early Canada. Photographs by Wayne Barrett, Introduction by George MacBeath Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1979. First Edition. Colour photos throughout. First Printing. Pp (4),5-9,(71). Oblong 8vo, red-brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. " ." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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18 BATES, Joseph D. WEILER, Milton C., line drawings Atlantic Salmon Flies and Fishing. 1st trade in dj
Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA, 1970, ISBN:0811701808 
BATES, Joseph D. Atlantic Salmon Flies and Fishing. Line Drawings by MiltonC. Weiler. Harrisburg, PA : Stackpole Books, (1970). First Edition. Pp (6) ,vii-xix,(3),3-362,(2),+ 7 col.plates. 8vo, blue cloth with black lettered red title block to spine, t.e.stained orange. Preface by John C. Cosseboom."Pound for pound the world's most exciting and challenging fish that can b e taken with an artificial fly in fresh water, the Atlantic salmon has thrilled kings, princes, and tycoons for centuries. Now Joe Bates describes newtactics and tackle, and a growing list of fishing camps and public waters, that make this sport a challenge for every angler." - from the dj. Nova Sc otia (pp.135-137); New Brunswick (pp.137-140); Newfoundland and Labrador (pp.146-149). Slight spine roll, else very good in lightly wrinkled, price-clipped dust jacket. 50.00

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19 BATES, Walter SMITH, Henry More Henry More Smith : The Mysterious Stranger. as is.
John A. Bowes, Saint John, 1910, 
BATES, Walter. Henry More Smith : The Mysterious Stranger . [Front cover adds: A True Story of the Most Remarkable Prisoner Ever Detained in a Jail inNew Brunswick, as Told by Walter Bates, one time Sheriff of Kings County]. Saint John, NB: printed at the Strathmore Press for John A. Bowes, Publish er, 1910. Pp (8),[9]-164,(4) of ads at rear. 8vo, printed greyish-brown wraps. Front cover detached and chipped (but present), tear to rear cover, spine ends chipped. Internally clean. 40.00

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20 BATTSON, B.K. Period Ship Modelling : Constructional notes, with sixty-five diagrams on the making of an Elizabethan galleon.
Model & Allied Publications, Argus Books Limited, Kings Langley, Herts, 1975, ISBN:0853441111 
BATTSON, B.K. Period Ship Modelling : Constructional notes, with sixty-fivediagrams on the making of an Elizabethan galleon. Kings Langley, Herts.: M odel & Allied Publications, Argus Books Limited, (1975). Seventh Printing. Pp [1]-80. Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Spine browned, ink stain to bottom back cover (affecting a few leaves), name, else very good. 12.50

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