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1 A.E. (George Russell) RUSSELL, George Homeward : Songs by the Way. 2nd Mosher ed.
Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, Maine , 1904, 
A.E. (George Russell). Homeward : Songs by the Way. Portland, Maine : Thomas B. Mosher, MDCCCCIV. Second Mosher Edition Limited to 450 Copies. Denson 2G. Spine darkened, 1" tear to top of spine, else vg. 50.00

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2 Abegweit Review) HOGG, Lucille Elizabeth CHEVERIE, Leo NOYE, Leah Abegweit Review, Vol.3, No.1
University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, 1980, 
(Abegweit Review). The Abegweit Review, Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 1980. Charlottetown : University of Prince Edward Island, 1980. Pp (4),3-89,(3). 8vo, yellow card covers. A special women's issue. Contents : Introduction by Beth Percival; Jessie Winnifred Gourlie Hogg by Lucille Elizabeth Hogg; Margaret MacWilliams by Mrs. Bryce Sharpe; Agnes Ramsay by Marjorie Gay; The Wait by Kathleen Murphy; One Woman's Life by Leo Cheverie; Hazel L. Sterns by Adele Townsend; Florence Gaston Mosher by Leone Ross; The Escape by Suzanne Currie; The Warranty by Jane E. Wilson; Irma MacPherson by Elizabeth Yeo; Her Story by Doreen Malone; Evelyn Henry by Bob Burke; Helen MacDonald bySibyl Cutcliffe; Ada Chisholm by Leah Noye. Fine. 10.00

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3 Antigonish Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition, Antigonish, N.S., 1977
Nova Scotia Association of Exhibitions, Antigonish, 1977, 
Antigonish. Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition, Antigonish, N.S., 1977. Antigonish : Nova Scotia Association of Exhibitions, 1977. Pp. [1]-70. 8vo, illustrated card covers. The detailed rules and regulations for exhibitors and other participants in the Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition. Covering the showing of horses, cattle, horse jumping, horse pulling, fruits and vegetables, floraculture, the 4-H sections, &c. The first page gives the 1977 Exhibitiondates for the whole province. Pp 45 - 70 comprise ads from Antigonish busi nesses & services (e.g.: the IGA Foodliner, Keltic Motors, Gold Star Christmas Tree Exporters Limited, Mosher Limestone, Goodman Co., Limited, Fred's Motels, Bill Lynch Shows Limited, Wong's Restaurant, the Hon. Allan J. MacEachen, and many more). Some soiling to front, pen stroke to front, else very good. 15.00

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4 BACKMAN, Everett M., FITCH, Catherine ELDRIDGE, Richard E. 225 Years in Chester Basin 1760-1985. First Edition in dustjacket, Triple signed
BACKMAN, Everett M., Catherine FITCH and Richard E. ELDRIDGE. 225 Years in Chester Basin 1760-1985. (Halifax : Wm. MacNab & Son Ltd., 1985). First Edition."Printed in Canada by Wm. MacNab & Son Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia".Pp (4),1-103,(5). Double column. With over 150 monochrome photos as well a s other illustrations. 4to, plain brown cloth, with no lettering. Contents:Introduction; History of Chester Basin; "The Deserter" by Lucille Mosher; Aenon United Baptist Church; History of St. John's Church [Anglican]; Homesof Chester Basin; Ship Building (a brief section on p.20, but there are ma ny ship photos including of the Arthur H. Zwicker, the Mary C. Oxner, the Mary G. Duff, the Gladys M. Brown, the Ruth D. Adams; The Haunted House [thehome of Captain Cornelius Fader, on the New Ross Road]; Gold Mining (pp.61 ff); Chester Basin Explosion [August 13, 1917 on the schooner Ella D.]; Co nclusion. Very good in dustjacket (the jacket has a few marks and acouple of short tears). Signed by all three authors, and with an inscription by Cathy Fitch. 100.00

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5 CAMPBELL, J.P., ed. Nova Scotia Genealogist, 8:3) PUNCH, Terrence M. MOSHER, Edith Nova Scotia Genealogist, Volume 8, Number 3, Fall 1990
Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1990, 
CAMPBELL, J.P., ed. The Nova Scotia Genealogist, Volume 8, Number 3, Fall 1990 . Halifax: Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1990. Pp. (4),127-172,(14). 8vo, stapled printed blue card covers. Includes the following articles: from the Family Bibles section: E.O. McLeod's "McLeod Family Bible" and Mrs Helen Ghent's "Locke Family Bibles". From Articles & Informative Letters: Edith Mosher's "In Memory of Nellie Fox", Cal Craig's "A Quest for the Colours", Leland Harvie's "Report on the 1990 Salt Lake City Tour", Mrs Pat Bayliss and Janet S. Johnson's "Nova Scotia Strays", "Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia Lecture Series", Campbell's "Contributors Guidelines for the NSG". With Terrence M. Punch's book reviews and P.L. Hartling's Recent Genealogical Acquisitions at PANS. From Sources for Research: Robert K.Stevens's "Census of Little Harbour, Halifax County, 1827 and 1838", Steve ns's "Census of St. Margaret's Bay in Nova Scotia, 1817", Harvie's "Adddendum to Directory of Members and Surname Interests", Punch's "The Calendar, Old Style and New Style", and Dr Brian Byrne's "Modern Memorial". With a name index for Volume 8 at rear. Tape ghosts to cover, lightly rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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6 Canadian Antiques Collector 08:1 BOLGER, Francis W.P. ROBERTSON, Ian GALLANT, Marc Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue / Canadian Antiques Collector 8:1
Canadian Antiques Collector, 1973, 
Canadian Antiques Collector. Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue FeaturingNewfoundland. [1973]. Vol.8, No.1. Pp [1]-[80]. Double column. Large 8vo ( 8˝ x 11 inches), self-wraps. Articles include the following : Francis W.P. Bolger's "Momentous Issues in the Island Story"; Margaret Matthew's "Gardenin the Gulph"; Ian Robertson's "Notable Prince Edward Islanders"; Leslie A . Maloney's "The First Islanders"; Mary Burnett's "Handwoven and Homespun";Irene L. Rogers' "Heritage in Building"; Marc Gallant's photographic essay & poem; Leone Mosher Ross' "Houses of Worship"; Nicolas de Jong's "Did The y Hear the Whistle Blowing?" [railways]; E.G. Carroll's "History of Printing"; Irene Rogers and Ruth MacKenzie's "Furniture Making on Prince Edward Island"; Moncrieff Williamson's "Visual Arts"; Catherine G. Hennessy's "Red is the Soil" and "Heritage Foundation"; Olive Jones' "Glassware"; John Cousins' "Those Gallant Ships"; Cornelius Howatt's "The Farm Family"; Naomi Griffiths' "Acadian Settlers"; Catherine McLeod's "Clock and Watchmakers"; P.E.I. Numismatic Society's "Island Currency"; "Anne of Greene Gables". Vg. 20.00

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7 Canadian Antiques Collector BOLGER, Francis W.P. WILLIAMSON, Moncrieff ROBERTSON, Ian Ross Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 8 / No. 2, Prince Edward Island CentenaryIssue.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1973, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 8 / No. 2,Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1973. Pp [1]-79,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4t o, illustrated stapled wrappers. Of nautical interest : Fisheries : A Tone Poem (photographic essay and poem by Marc Gallant, pp 31-35); Those GallantShips (by John Cousins, pp 58-60, illustrated). Other contents : Momentous Issues in the Island Story (by Francis W.P. Bolger); Garden in the Gulph ( by Margaret Matthew); Notable Prince Edward Islanders (by Ian Ross Ribertson); The First Islanders (by Leslie A. Maloney); Homespun and Handwoven (by Mary Burnett); Island Currency; Heritage in Building (by Irene L. Rogers); Houses of Worship (by Leone Mosher Ross); Did They Hear the Whistle Blowing? (by Nicolas de Jong); History of Printing (by E.G. Carroll); Furniture Making On Prince Edward Island (by Irene Rogers and Ruth MacKenzie); Visual Arts (by Moncrieff Williamson); Red is the Soil (by Catherine Hennessey); Glassware (by Olive Jones); The Farm Family (by Cornelius Howatt); Heritage Foundation (by Catherine Hennessey); Acadian Settlers (by Naomi Griffiths); Clock and Watchmakers (by Catherine McLeod). Rubbed, penned name and mailing label, else very good. 25.00

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8 City of Dartmouth) MOSHER, Walter, Mayor. WRIN, John A., Chief. JOHNSTON, A.S., Deputy. Rules and Regulations Relating to the Police Department of the Town of Dartmouth, N.S. 1923
(City of Dartmouth, N.S.). Rules and Regulations Relating to the Police Department of the Town of Dartmouth, N.S. 1923. No place.: no publisher, [1923]. Pp 13. 12mo, green cloth. Slightly rubbed, else vg. 25.00

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9 COISH, Calvin Atlantic Advocate 70:01 MOSHER, Edith HORWOOD, Joan Signal Hill"
COISH, Calvin. "Signal Hill". An article in The Atlantic Advocate, September 1979. Vol.70, No.1. Pp 72-75 (1 photo). Triple column. Lg.8vo. Also Joan Horwood's "Newfoundland's Search for Oil" (pp.40-43); Dorothy Perkyns' "Leaving Home, Coming Home" on actress Florence Paterson. Christine Aikenhead's "Port of Halifax in Big Leagues"; Julie V. Watson's "Horses and Handlers at Kings Landing"; David Goss' "Saint John's Bandstand Sounds Again"; Edith Mosher's "Down the Fundy Shore"; Dorothy Dearborn's "Port of Saint John - Planning into the 1990s"; K.M. Miller's "DesBarres' 70,000 Acres": Jean V. Leslie's "The Hector Comes Home"; "Terry Murphy's "Woodstock's Community College"; Richard K. Doyle's "Your Money or Your Muscle: Statute Labor in New Brunswick"; Dan Ross' short story "That Certain Moment"; plus others. Vg. 6.00

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Colchester Women.  First Edition, Colchester Historical Museum) SWAN, Anna) BISHOP, Elizabeth) DENNIS, Clara)
10 Colchester Historical Museum) SWAN, Anna) BISHOP, Elizabeth) DENNIS, Clara) Colchester Women. First Edition
Colchester Historical Museum, Truro, 1994, ISBN:0069011946 
(Colchester Historical Museum). Colchester Women. (Truro, Nova Scotia : TheColchester Historical Museum, 1994). First Edition. Pp (8),7-166. 8vo, bei ge illustrated cardcovers, with map of the county on front. A biographical dictionary with over 200 entries. Includes: Margaret Allan, Helyn Madge Anderson, Violet Annand, Sister Mary Anthony, Juanita Helen Archibald-Eagles, Helen Sarah Archibald-Gogen, Grace Gwendolyn Archibald, Nadine Archibald, Janet Fisher Archibald, Jeanne Dale Archibald, Laura Archibald, Oceania Archibald, Dr Janet Eloise Baker, Catherine (Kaye) Beatrice Barrett, Anna Haining Bates-Swan, Elizabeth Berube, Grace Edna Bethel, Helen Wilson Beveridge,Lenore Graham Bigelow, Elizabeth Bishop (pp.19-20), Helena Blackadar, May Emily Blackburn, Isabelle Slade Blackmore, Greta Bonnyman, Sara Bonnyman, Hazel Luella Bowers, Mehitable (Hettie) Brenton, Rhoda Marshall Dartt, Mary-Ann Brooks, Rev Wilena G. Brown, Dianne Marie Brushett, Daisy Ethel Bryson,Marjorie Ruth Bulmer, Mary (Marie) Josephine Burns, Eunice Mildred Burrows , Carrie Cock Byers, Ellen Cameron, Rebecca Gotobed Cameron, Adeidide Douglas Campbell, Marion Dickinson Campbell, Amelie (Lillie) Bea Carson, Marion MacLean Carter, Margaret Allison Chipman, Mabel Selina Christie, Marjorie Augusta Christie, Matilda Moore Churchill, Nordicia Harriet Drumond, Cleo Maxwell, Myra Greta Clyke, Yvonne Bonnie Jordan, Vera Clyke, Mary Eliza Coffin, Margaret Isobel Colburn, Elizabeth Mae Congdon, Lottie Stewart Cook, Regina Marguerie Coupar, Margaret Musgrave Cox, Susan Laura Cox, Madeline Craft, Bertha Craig, Blanche Ina Creelman, Lyle Morrison Creelman, Irma Belle Crowe, Jean Lydia Crowe, Nellie Hilton Crowe, Mary Alice Cumming, Bessie Elvira Dalrymple, Florence Ann Delaney, Agnes Dennis, Clarissa (Clara) Dennis,Molly de Soldenhoff, Ethel May Dearmond, Elizabeth Aleyne Dickie, Ellen Fl etcher Dickie, Lucy Ellen Dickie, Dr Annie Almira Dickson, Dr Anna Isabel Dike, Anne Gertrude Dilts, Nancy Tomlinson Doane, Rita Sara Donkin, Helen Georgina Marie Eaton, Jean Margaret (Peggy) Eldridge, Elsie Beatrice Ferguson, Leonia Nellie Fitch, Elizabeth Murdock Frame, Grace Francis, Lillian Fraser, Mary L. Fraser, Margaret Gladys Fraser, Annie (Nan) Myrtle Fulton, Jessie Mary Gillis, Muriel Kathleen Glassey, Clara Gloade, Mary Agnes Gorman, Abbie C. Gray, Verna Douglas Griffin, Eileen Hallisey, Dr Annie Isabel Hamilton, Jane Hamilton, Mabel Isabelle Hamilton, Edna Youngman Handforth, Audrey Merle Freda Hanrahan, Kathleen Constance Hanway, Jean Aileen Hatherly, Katherine Hiltz, Vivan Helen Hoar, Dorothy Holmes, Catherine Isabel Ivany, Frances Jarvis, Elva M. Jewitt, Alice Mae Johnson, Etta Robina Johnson, Kathryn Drysdale Johnson, Deborah-Lee Jones, Gladys Lynn Jones, Willena BeatriceJones, Genevieve Rose Julien, Martha Julien, Blanche Merriam Kennedy, Audr ey Elizabeth Kenney, Elizabeth (Bessie) Kent, Florence Catherine Killen, Agnes Killer, Yvonne Frances Kitchen, Joy Elizabeth Laking, Abigail (Abbie) Amanda Lane, Emma Betcher Langille, Frances Lucilla Langll, Marion Lank, Elsee Frances Layton, Isabel Layton, Dorothy Evangeline Legge, Thelma EuphemiaLegge, Frances Elizabeth Lewis, Marjorie Ann Lewis, Marilyn Irene Livingst on, Myrtle Beatrice Allen Lockerby, Elverena (Rene) Langille MacCallum, Helen J. MacDougall, Mary Elizabeth MacDougall, Margaret Ferguson MacKenzie, Sadie Violet MacKenzie, Jewel Miller MacLean, Florence MacLean, Melinda JaneMacLean, Sybil MacLean, Dr Edna Agnes MacLennan, Mary Dorothy MacLennan, D r Annie Louise MacLeod, Muriel Ethel (Moss) MacLeod, Carol Maxine Macmillan, Charlotte Jean MacQuarrie, Ada Marie Mantle, Elizabeth Muir Marr, Lucy Ann Marshall, Rachael Mary Marshall, Teresa Marshall, Winnifred Agnes Martin,Emily Atwater Maxwell, Jessie M. Maxwell, Lieutenant Governor Margaret Lau ra Anne McCain, Elizabeth Alice McCully, Florence Grey Clarkson, Louise McCully, Elma Blanche McDonald, Margaret McNaughton McLean, Mattie Terris McLean, Hazel Roberts McMullen, Nora McPhee, Winnifred Fielding Meadows, Betty Agnes Merritt, Carol Beverly Mosher, Norma Jean Mosher, Clara Ella Munro, Gwynneth May Munro, Dorothy May Murray, Dr Elizabeth Kathleen Murray, Mary Musgrove, Dr Jane Margaret Norman, Hon Eleanor Elizabeth Norrie, Margaret Rosamond Norrie, Pacheco de Cespedes, Beatrice Blanche Park, Edith Patterson,Gertrude Mabel Patterson, Mary Rebecca Pattillo, Margaret Henry Pattillo, Helen Marie Phillips, Margaret Elizabeth Pirie, Helen marie Price, Eleanor Chapman Purdy, Dr Pamela Joanne Reid, Helen Cassels Reynolds, Myrtle Alena Richard, Lophemia (Lois) Archibald Richardson, Edith Rebecca Ripley, Susan Rebecca Roberts, Heather Ferne Robinson, Sarah (Sadie) Barry Russell, Dora Mable Sabean, Anna Christine Sanderson, Donna Lee Sealey, Gertrude (Trudy) Shea, Mary Ruth Shephard, Mary Elizabeth Sheppard, Sylvia Bernyce Sidler, Ruth Elizabeth Smith, Ada May Spidle, Eleanor Alice Stanfield, Elizabeth Eleanor Stanfield, Sarah Emma Stanfield, Sarah (Sadie) Stanfield, Ruth Marie Stoddart, Josephine Strothard, Beulah Maie Sumner, Dr Emma E Sumner, Dr Margaret Alice Swan, Madeline Symonds, Elizabeth Jane Tait, Ruby May Thompson, Lillian Upham, Mary Way, Laura Mildred Wellard, Melissa Whitaker, Mary Douglas Whidden, and Ina Elizabeth Whitby. Very good. 15.00

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11 DEYARMOND, Isabel E. Rambling Winds
DEYARMOND, E.M. Rambling Winds., n.d. [1975 ?]. Pp (7),8-182,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, white trade paperback with blank spine. Historical sketches of the Stewiackes & the Stewiacke Valley. Contents: The Elms of the Stewiackes; The Stewiacke River; The Big Freshet; The Scent of the Roses; The Winds of Fate; The Big Gale; The Upper Stewiacke Tornado; The Hail Stormof September 1949; Measure; The Year of the Mice; The Year with No Summer; Upper Stewiacke 1783-1960; Early Societies; The Upper Stewiacke Centennial Celebrations; Topography of Upper Stewiacke; The Fenian Raid Scare; The Bo er War or South African War; Armistice Day; World War I 1914-1918; Home Front World War I; World War II 1939-1945; Home Front World War II; Love; Prominent Persons Past and Present; Schools and Education in Upper Stewiacke; Fifty Years Ago; The Baptist Church at Upper Stewiacke; A Century and a Halfof Church Life; Fifty Years of Church Union in Canada; Second Mile Club; T he Meaning of Christmas; Church Building in Upper Stewiacke; Church Building in South Branch; 100 Years of Church Life at South Branch; Presbytery of Truro; Alone in Seclusion; Riverside Cemetery; Lower Burnside Cemetery; Upper Burnside Cemetery; The Eastville Cemetery; Pembrook Cemetery; Highlighs in the History of the Women's Missionary Society at Upper Stewiacke; Women's Institute-- Upper Stewiacke Branch; Tea at River's Bend; Stores, Shops and Service Stations; The Medical Profession of Upper Stewiacke; Pioneer Pationets; The Stewiacke Valley Hospital Association; Communication; Postal Service in Upper Stewiacke; The Post Office Pen; Post Office Progress; Forward; The Telephone in Upper Stewiacke; The Value of Electricity; Upper Stewiacke in the Municipal Council; The Lumber Industry; Treese Great Provider forEarly Settlers; Nova Scotia May Have Had First Christmas Tree; Canada's Fi rst Lumber Export; Blaikie Brothers Saw, Planing Mill; The Old Mill 1969; The Other Side; Pine Wisdom; The Brookfield Cemetery; My Garden, To Janet, The Dawson Mountain; The Power Mountain, Berry Hill or Miller's Mountain; Cross Roads; Cross Roads Pine Grove School; Springside United Church Observes95th Anniversary; Unveiling of Monument and Memorial Service; Order of Eas tern Star and Masonic Lodge; Twins Mark Birthday in 1960; Historical Sketchof Newton Mills; James Creelman and Sons, Woollen Mills; Through the Mill; The Clock of Life; 110 Years Ago in September, Lake Named After Stewiacke W.; Just Learning; The Bee-- I Wonder?; The Little Old House of Long Ago; Lost Friend, Moose River Mine Disaster; Discovery of Gold; Just Think, My Old Quilting Frames; Mosher Limestone Firm 1971, Agriculture; Hereford Breeders Have Shipwreck to Thank; The Birch Horn; The Crow, The Deserted House; Grandmother's Hollyhocks; A Safety Poem, Our Eating Tools; Old Torture, Outstanding Dates; Town Changed Hands Sixteen Times; First Provincial Sanatorium; One Good Idea Can Go a Long Way; The Balmoral Grist Mill; Indian Didn't Mention a Fourth Bridge; The Three Bachelors; Pictou First Things; Mother Coo; The "Royal William", the "Victoria Park"; Mary Celeste Built in NS; ThePhantom Ship of Northumberland Strait; Bluenose; A Lake That Never Gives U p Its Dead; The Ship Mayflower; "Mary" and Mother Goose; This To Box 13, Governor General of Canada; Prime Ministers of Canada. Gift inscription expunged from title page, faint soiling and cover creasing, else good. 15.00

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12 DUNCANSON, John Victor. MORRISON, Walter K., maps. CHAMBERS, Robert W., ill. Newport, Nova Scotia - A Rhode Island Township. First Edition in dustjacket
Mika Publishing Company, Belleville, Ontario, 1985, ISBN:0919303927 
DUNCANSON, John Victor. Newport, Nova Scotia - A Rhode Island Township. Illustrated by Robert W. Chambers. Cartography by Walter K. Morrison. Belleville, Ontario : Mika Publishing Company, 1985. First Printing. Pp (6),i-xix,(4),1-494,(6) + folding map at rear. With a few b&w photos and other illustrations in the text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. John Victor Duncanson (born August 25, 1918, Windsor, N.S. - d. January 14, 1999, Falmouth, Hants County, N.S.). "The eastern section of the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia was settled in 1760 by New England Planters who received land grants from George III in four townships: Cornwallis, Horton, Falmouth and Newport. These lands were situated along the tidal rivers of the ancient districts of Mines and Pisiquid and had been occupioed by the Acadian French from the mid 1600's. 'Newport, Nova Scotia: A Rhode Island Township' gives an account of the early days of one of these Planter townships. It includes detailed biographical and genealogical information on the original families who were mainly from the colony of Rhode Island. The historical section has information regarding the government's plans for the arrival of the Planters in 1760 and a summary of the first days of the settlementand the arrangements for the land surveys and distribution of the Royal gr ant lands. Also included is information concerning the Acadian families wholived in the Newport area until the Expulsion of 1755. There are also list s of persons who received grants from the Crown in the areas adjacent to Newport Township including: Windsor, Falmouth, Kempt, Rawdon, Douglas and theMan-of-War grant." - from the dustjacket. With extensive genealogical inde x. Contents (pp. 1-50): 1. The Acadian Settlement of Pisiquid; 2. Preparations for the Pisiquid, Newport and Falmouth Settlements; 3. The Founding of the Township of Newport. Appendices (pp. 51-73): A. Councillor's Grant 28 August 1759; B. Pisiquid Grant 29 August 1759; C. Scott-Tonge Grant 29 August 1760; D. Mauger et al Grant 1 September 1759; E. Man-Of-War Grant 9 April1761; F. Falmouth Township Grant 21 July 1761; G. Rawdon Township Grant 3 August 1784; H. Windsor, NS Assessment Roll 1791; I. Douglas Township Grant11 January 1810; J. Business Directories (selected) from the 1871 A.F. Chu rch Hants County Map. Genealogical Section (pp. 81-453): includes the following family names: Albro, Allen, Alline, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Bentley, Borden, Bourgeois, Brenton, Brightman, Burgess, Butts, Card, Carden, Chambers, Chapman, Church, Clarke, Cottnam, Delesdernier, Deschamps, Dimock, Ellis, Fish, Gosbee, Haliburton, Harvie-Harvey, Irish, Jeffers, Juhan, Knowles, Lake, Macumber, Michener, Mosher, Mumford, Potter, Rathbun, Reynolds, Rogers, Sanford, Shaw, Shey, Simpson, Slocum, Smith, Straight, Stewart, Walley, Weaver, Weedon-Weeden, Westcott, Weir-Wier, Wilcox, Wood, Woodman, Woolaver, and Yorke. Very good in dustjacket. 175.00

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Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám : The Astronomer-Poet of Persia.  ltd , FITZGERALD, Edward Bibelot Series)
13 FITZGERALD, Edward Bibelot Series) Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám : The Astronomer-Poet of Persia. ltd
Thomas B. Mosher, 1894, 
FITZGERALD, Edward. Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám : The Astronomer-Poet of Persia. Rendered into English verse by the author. Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, (October) 1894. Bibelot Series. Pp. (6), vii-lxxviii, (2). Narrow 8vo, off-white card covers, brown titles and decoration to front, brown titles to spine, yapped edges. This edition is limited to 725 copies. With parallel text of the First and Fourth Editions. Spine and edges browned, two small nicks to the mid-spine, corners bumped, rear cover browned with some slight rippling, else vg. 100.00

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14 FRITZ, Sherilyn M Yester Years at Port George : Port George, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. signed
FRITZ, Sherilyn M. "Yester Years at Port George" : Port George, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. [the Author], 2002. Pp (210), unpaginated. Illustrated. Map. 4to, illustrated white card covers, blank spine. Contents : Blacksmith Shop; Canning Factory / Cooper Shop; Customs House / Post Office; Early Transportation; Hillside Cemetery; Hotel; Houses at the Port; Lighthouse; Parsomage; Saw & Grist Mill; Schools; United Baptist Church; United Baptist Church, Mosher's Corner; United Baptist Church, Mount Hanley; United (Methodist) Church "A Sticky Church Pew"; Weir; Wharves; Miscellaneous : A Beached Whale; A Bit of Humor; Bits and Pieces; People of the Port. Very good. Signed without inscription by the author. 85.00

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15 HARRINGTON, Michael Atlantic Advocate 69:09 SCAMMELL, A.R. COISH, Calvin Newspaper's Centennial"
Atlantic Advocate, 1979, 
HARRINGTON, Michael. "A Newspaper's Centennial: 1879-1979." An article in The Atlantic Advocate, May 1979. Vol.69, No.9. Pp 10-14, with 4 photos, including the cover of the 1890 Christmas Number. Triple column. On the Evening Telegram. Also: A.R. Scammell's "Is There a Doctor in the House?"; Harry Connors and Sandra Dawe's "Hello, Newfoundland! Hello, Mainland!" pp.16-21, on Newfoundland Telephone); Calvin Coish's "Atlantic Search and Rescue: Is It Good Enough?"; and Gary Saunders' "A Wealth of Brooks". Edith Mosher's "Nova Scotian Wartime Memories"; Harry Thurston's "The Bass River Chair" (pp.30-33); John Hartlen's "Religion, Rum and the Right to Vote in National Elections" (pp.43-48); Glen Petrie's "Baddeck, Nova Scotia" (pp.70-71); Alden Nowlan's Notebook; plus others. Vg. 7.00

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16 HENLEY, William Ernest In Hospital. 2nd ed.
Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, ME, 1908, 
HENLEY, William Ernest. In Hospital . Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, (1908). Second US Edition. Pp. 40. 8vo, grey cloth with paper title panels to front and spine. Boards slightly splayed, tail of spine nicked with one-inch split to rear hinge, rubbed, occasional light foxing throughout, else vg. 40.00

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Under a Fool's Cap.   1st , HOLMES, Daniel Henry
17 HOLMES, Daniel Henry Under a Fool's Cap. 1st
Thomas. B Mosher, 1910, 
HOLMES, Daniel Henry. Under a Fool's Cap. Portland, ME: Thomas. B Mosher, 1910. First Edition. Pp. 99. Small 8vo, rose coloured cloth with paper label affixed to front board and spine, raised bands. Spine faded, tail bumped, front board lightly scuffed, else vg. 50.00

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18 JACKSON, D. E. (et al.) Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 222) Contributions to Canadian Paleontology
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, 1973, 
JACKSON, D. E., B. S. NORFORD, D. S. BROAD, D. L. DINELEY, A. E. H. PEDDER,Allen R. Ormiston, and L. Cameron MOSHER. Contributions to Canadian Paleon tology (seven papers). Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1973. Pp. 193. Illustrated, including plates. 8vo, printed pale green card covers. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 222. Name, spine and top-edge sunned, else vg. 30.00

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19 JONES, Thomas S., Jr. Sonnets of the Saints.
Mosher Press, Portland, Maine , 1926, 
JONES, Thomas S., Jr. Sonnets of the Saints. Portland, Maine : The Mosher Press, MCMXXVI [September 1926]. Second Edition. Pp (4),[i]-[viii].[1]-[34],(6). Small 8vo, green paper covered boards, dark green lettering and decoration to front board, dark green lettering to spine. Thomas S. Jones, Jr. (1882-1832) was an American poet born in Boonville, N.Y. Very good in torn glassine dustwrapper and torn and browned paper slipcase. Signed with an 8-line poem by the author (“Beyond”) dated Queen Margaret's Day, June 10, 1927.60.00

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20 Labour) Maritime Labor News. Annual Edition 1944
Industrial Union of Marine Workers of Canada, Halifax, N.S., 1944, 
(Labour). Maritime Labor News. Annual Edition 1944. Halifax, N.S.: Sponsored by Industrial Union of Marine Workers of Canada, 1944. Pp (2),3-27,(1). Illustrated. Advertisements. 4to, yellow stapled card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Recommendation of Conciliation Board (The Recommendation ofthe Smiley Board of conciliation on the question of the Check-off of Union Dues and the Union Shop); Minority Report of Mr. C.B. Smith, K.C., In the Matter of The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act - and - In the Matter of a Dispute Between Halifax Shipyards Limited and its Employees, Members ofThe Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of Canada, Local N o. 1, Halifax; Standstill At The Shipyards (Editorial, Halifax Daily Star, July 27, 1944); Nearly 3,000 Fail To Report For Work (Halifax Daily Star, July 27, 1944); Organized Labor -- A Force For Progress (by A.R. Mosher); Functions and Responsibilities of Labor Unions (by Pat Conroy); Local Chartered Unions of C.C.L. In Maritime Provinces; Memorial to Erg Victims; A UnionMan Said To A Soldier. Photo captions : Shipyards Employees Recruit Platoo n; A Tense Moment In The Shipyards Strike; Handing Out The Strike Call; Memorial to Erg Victims Unveiled. Damp-spotting and creasing to covers, short tear to top margin of back cover, else very good. 130.00

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