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1 ADRIAN, Arthur A. LEMON, Mark PUNCH Mark Lemon : First Editor of Punch. First Edition in dustjacket.
Oxford University Press, London, 1966, 
ADRIAN, Arthur A. Mark Lemon : First Editor of Punch. London : Oxford University Press, 1966. First Edition. Pp. (8),[ix]-xiv,[1]-241,(1) + 8 pages ofb&w illustrations. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine, top edge red . Arthur Allen Adrian (b. April 24, 1906, Moundridge, Kansas - d. October 21, 1996, Cleveland, Ohio). A biography of Mark Lemon (1809-1870), the firsteditor of Punch, published to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the found ing of the magazine in 1841. "A biography of Mark Lemon (1809-1870), the first Editor of Punch, has long been overdue, but Lemon has been fortunate inhis eventual biographer, Professor Arthur A. Adrian of the English Departm ent, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, who has already shown hissympathetic understanding of the Victorian period in his life of Georgina Hogarth. Lemon is at last fully revealed as the man who was chiefly responsible for the survival of Punch in its early days, who edited the magazine for close on thirty years, and whose genial diplomacy and tact fused a miscellaneous band of writers and artists into the brotherhood of the Punch Table. Professor Adrian's researches have enabled him to present a fresh and absorbing picture of the early Punch collaborators; but he has done much morethan this. He has brought to light a representative Victorian of inexhaust ible energy and gusto, a prolific dramatist and author, an amateur actor famous for his Falstaff, the friend of Charles Dickens and Benjamin Webster, and not least a tireless philanthropist and public benefactor, whose own large family and generous temper kept him always impecunicous. It is a rich and readable study in Victoriana that Professor Adrian has given us to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of Punch in 1841." (from the dj). Contents : Preface. 1. 'The Days of Glory'. 2. Hops, Chops, and Playbills. 3. Punch Is Born. 4. 'From Street Corner to Drawing-Room'. 5. Punch TableTalk. 6. Punch 'Jaunts and Jollities'. 7. Friends and Enemies. 8. 'Outs' w ith 'Sparkler'. 9. 'Father of Crawley'. 10. 'Scribbling Is a Pleasure'. 11.'In Propria Persona'. 12. 'Under the Daisies'. Appendix. Bibliography. Ind ex. Slight bump to tail of spine, else vg in well rubbed, edgeworn, but unclipped dustjacket. 35.00

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2 AIKENS, Gwladys M. Rees Nurses in Battledress : The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserves. First Edition.
Nimbus Publishing Ltd., Halifax, 1998, ISBN:1551093138 
AIKENS, Gwladys M. Rees. Nurses in Battledress. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing Ltd., (1998). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xv,(3),3-157,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, grey photo-illustrated card covers with red and black lettering tofront, black lettering to spine. [cover adds subtitle : The World War II s tory of a member of the Q. A. Reserves]. The World War II story of a memberof the Q. A. Reserve - Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service / Reserve, the nurses who often provided the first care for wounded soldie rs during the war. She also recounts her journey in 1942 aboard the SS Strathallan, travelling in a convoy from Scotland to the Mediterranean, when their vessel was torpedoed off the coast of Gibraltar. The author, a war bride who eventually came to Canada, married a native Nova Scotian, Robert L. Aikens. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.00

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3 AIKENS, Gwladys M. Rees Nurses in Battledress : The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserves. Signed
Cymru Press, Halifax, 1998, ISBN:0968395007 
AIKENS, Gwladys M. Rees. Nurses in Battledress [cover adds subtitle : The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserves]. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) : Cymru Press, (1998). Pp. (8),ix-xv,(3),3-157,(3). With 18 b&w photos and some maps in the text. 8vo, grey photo-illustrated cardcovers, black titles to spine. The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserve - Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service / Reserve, the nurses who often provided the first care for wounded soldiers during the war. She also recounts her journey in 1942 aboard the SS Strathallan, travelling in a convoy from Scotland to the Mediterranean, when their vessel was torpedoed offthe coast of Gibraltar. Sections : U.K. 1941; Convoy; North Africa; Italy; U.K. 1945. The author, a war bride who eventually came to Canada, married a native Nova Scotian, Robert L. Aikens. Very good. Signed by the author onthe title page. 20.00

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4 Air Ministry) Air Publication 958 King's Regulations and Air Council Instructions for the Royal Air Force, with Appendices and Index, 1942. Annual Report of the 1928 (and) Edition embodying Amendments promulgated in Amendment Lists Nos. 1-116
His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1942, 
(Air Ministry). The King's Regulations and Air Council Instructions for theRoyal Air Force, with Appendices and Index, 1942. Annual Report of the 192 8 (and) Edition embodying Amendments promulgated in Amendment Lists Nos. 1-116. Air Publication 958. London : His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1942. Pp (1),ii-xvi,1-1474. Index. 8vo, grey paper covered boards, blue cloth spine, lettered in black. Contents : 1. Introduction. 2. Organization of the R.A.F. 3. General Instruction for Officers. 4. Command, Relative Rank and Precedence. 5. Ceremonial. 6. Uniform. 7. Orders, Decorations, Medals and Other Distinctions. 8. Appointment, Confirmation, Posting, Attachment, Secondment and Promotion of Officers. 9. Training and Education Generally. 10. Airmen - Entry, Advancement, Reduction, Drafting, Engagements, Discharge and Transfer to the Reserve. 11. Regulations Relating to the Maintenance, Inspection and Testing of Aircraft. 12. Regulations Relating to Flying. 13. General Duties and Miscellaneous Provisions. 14. Movements of Air Forces. 15. Discipline. 16. Courts Martial. 17. Courts of Inquiry, Boards and Committees. 18. Leave of Absence and Passes. 19. Medical and Dental. 20. Messes. 21. Service Institutes. 22. Allotment and Occupation of Quarters. 23. Works Services and Precautions Against Fire. 24. Billeting, Hirings and Lands. 25. Mechanical Transport and Marine Craft. 26. Civil Aviation. 27. Music Services.28. Deleted. 29. Airmen's Documents and Records. 30. Correspondence, Publi cations, Records, Maps, Stationery. 31. R.A.F. Equipment and the Conveyanceof Material. 32. Clothing, Clothing Allowance, Kit Allowance, Accoutrement s, Arms, Kits and Effects. 33. Compensation for Losses. 34. Rations, RationAllowances, Fuel and Light. 35. Accounting for Financial Services. 36. Del eted. 37. Travelling, Passages and Conveyance of Furniture and Baggage. 38.Allowances. 39. Full Pay, Deductions and Stoppages. 40. Half-Pay. 41. Cond itions of Retirement, Resignation and Transfer to the Reserve; Retired Pay,Disability Retired Pay, and Gratuities - Officers. 42. Pensions and Gratui ties for Service and Disability - Airmen. 43. Pensions and Gratuities to Widows and Allowances to Children and Dependent Relatives of Officers and Airmen. 44. Half-Pay, Retired Pay, Pensions and Non-effective Gratuities - Payment of. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Covers worn and smudged, penned name, hinges a bit shaky, else very good. 85.00

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5 ALLAN, William Studies in African Land Use in Northern Rhodesia.
Rhodes-Livingstone Institute / Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, Cape Town / London / New York, 1949, 
ALLAN, William. Studies in African Land Use in Northern Rhodesia. Cape Town/ London / New York : Published for The Rhodes-Livingstone Institute by Ge offrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1949. Pp (8),[1]-85,(3). Maps. 8vo, blue printed card covers. The Rhodes-Livingstone Papers Number Fifteen. Contents : I. How much Land does a Man Require ? II. A Report on Agricultural and Land Problems within Mushiri's Area of the Lamba-Lima Reserve. III. A Reconnaissance Survey of the Land Problem in Mkushi District. IV. Resettlement of Native Populations in Northern Rhodesia. Note on the Chitemene Control Scheme. Lacking one-third of spine, spine and margins yellowed, departmental inkstamp, else good. 30.00

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6 ALYLUIA, Jeanne, Pierre R. BEAUDET, and Jane E. HARRIS BEAUDET, Pierre R. HARRIS, Jane E. History and Archaeology, number 45 Eighteenth-Century Container Glass from the Roma Site, Prince Edward Island[and] Bottle Glass from a Privy at Fort George Military Reserve, Ontario [ and] Glassware Excavated from Fort Anne, Nova Scotia
National Parks and Historic Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, Hull, 1981, ISBN:0660107341 
ALYLUIA, Jeanne, Pierre R. BEAUDET, and Jane E. HARRIS. Eighteenth-Century Container Glass from the Roma Site, Prince Edward Island [and] Bottle Glassfrom a Privy at Fort George Military Reserve, Ontario [and] Glassware Exca vated from Fort Anne, Nova Scotia. (Hull, Quebec): National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, 1981. Pp. (2),[3]-206,(2). Illustrated in black and white. 4to, brown card covers with orange lettering to front and spine. History and Archaeology, number 45. Alyluia's "Eighteenth-Century Container Glass" (pp. 3-82): "The 18th-century container glass from the Roma site has been divided into three main categories: [...] 1. utilitarian blue-green containers of the wood-burning tradition, 2. darkgreen liquor bottles of the French coal-burning tradition and 3. 'black' g lass liquor bottles of the English coal-burning tradition." - from the abstract. Beaudet's "Bottle Glass from a Privy" (pp. 83-122): "Sixty significant bottle glass artifacts were excavated from the large privy constructed in1835 at the rear of the commandant's quarters at Fort George Military Rese rve. They included numerous types of liquor bottles, egg-shaped soft drink bottles, oil and sauce containers, medicine vials and panelled rectangular bottles." - from the abstract. Harris's "Glassware Excavated from Fort Anne" (pp. 123-203): "The archaeological work at Fort Anne, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, from 1962 to 1969 returned approximately 300 identifiable fragments of glassware. These fragments were mainly liquor bottles, but also included food storage bottles, medicine bottles and tableware dating from the late 17th to the early 20th century." - from the abstract. Covers rubbed, spine creasing, else good. 50.00

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7 ANDERSEN, Raoul R., and John K. CRELLIN (eds.). Mi'sel Joe : An Aboriginal Chief's Journey.
Flanker Press, St. John's, 2009, ISBN:9781897317426 
ANDERSEN, Raoul R., and John K. CRELLIN (eds.). Mi'sel Joe : An Aboriginal Chief's Journey. St. John's : Flanker Press, 2009. First Printing. Pp [i]-xix,(1),1-172. Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, illustrated black card covers."Mi’sel Joe is the traditional and administrative chief of Newfoundland’s Conne River Mi’kmaq Reserve. Through a series of taped interviews with Raoul Andersen and John Crellin, Mi’sel Joe tells his life story, including hisunorthodox education through the many migratory jobs that took him as far west as Alberta. Mi’sel Joe also speaks of a community fighting for the right to determine its own future. He tells of the struggle to revitalize traditional values in the face of racial prejudice. He reveals the steps being taken by aboriginal leaders, both in this province and elsewhere, to help their people gain respect in a white man’s world without losing their own identity. Mi’sel Joe’s story is his own, but it is also a window into Mi’kmaqhistory, culture, and traditions." - from the back cover. Very good. 12.00

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8 ARBUCKLE, J. Graeme Badges of the Canadian Navy. First Edition in dustjacket
Nimbus, Halifax, 1987, ISBN:0920852491 
ARBUCKLE, J. Graeme. Badges of the Canadian Navy. (Halifax, N.S.) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (1987). First Edition. Pp (5),vi-xii,1-203,(10. With full-colour illustrations of the badges. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "This book, written as a complement to Customs and Traditions of the Canadian Navy (Nimbs, 1984), features descriptions, and colour representations of the badges of HMC ships, naval air squadrons, reserve divisions, andnaval shore establishments and also gives an insight into the history of e ach ship." - from the dj. With a Preface by Rear-Admiral Fred J. Mifflin. Some light shelfwear, else very good in dustjacket. 40.00

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9 ARBUCKLE, J. Graeme Badges of the Canadian Navy. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 1987, ISBN:0920852491 
ARBUCKLE, J. Graeme. Badges of the Canadian Navy. (Halifax, N.S.) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (1987). First Edition. Pp (5),vi-xii,1-203,(10. With full-colour illustrations of the badges. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "This book, written as a complement to Customs and Traditions of the Canadian Navy (Nimbs, 1984), features descriptions, and colour representations of the badges of HMC ships, naval air squadrons, reserve divisions, andnaval shore establishments and also gives an insight into the history of e ach ship." - from the dj. With a Preface by Rear-Admiral Fred J. Mifflin. Very good in dustjacket. Signed, without inscription, by Arbuckle. 70.00

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10 ARMSTRONG, Warren H.M. Small Ships. 1st UK in dj
Frederick Muller, 1958, 
ARMSTRONG, Warren. H.M. Small Ships. Written with the authority and assistance of the Admiralty. L.: Frederick Muller Ltd, (1958). First Printing. Pp 199. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth. Law 0439. "This exciting and vividly-written book is the officially authorised history, told for the first time, of that branch of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve which in 1939 set out to fight a private war against the German Navy: H.M. Coastal Forces. Britain's 'Mile-a-Minute' Navy [...]" - from the dj. Vg in lightly edgeworn dj with a few short tears. 80.00

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11 ARNOLD, Mary Ellicott. Story of Tompkinsville.First Edition.
Cooperative League, New York, 1940, 1940 
ARNOLD, Mary Ellicott. The Story of Tompkinsville. New York : The Cooperative League, 1940. First Edition. Pp (8),1-102,(2), frontispiece + 6 pp plates. Floor Plans. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine.

Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3450; Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58.

Contents :
Foreword;
Introduction;
The Story of Tompkinsville (Reserve Mines – Tompkinsville - Financing the Houses);
Facts and Figures (Study Club Program - Outline for Study Clubs - Topics for Discussion.
I. How to Organize A Housing Study Club.
II. Cooperative Ownership.
III. Planning.
IV. Construction.
V. Design and Color.
VI. Cooperative History and Philosophy - Cooperative versus Private Ownership of Homes -Books and Pamphlets);
Appendix.

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12 ATTLEE, Clement) Acadiensis 13:2 NEARY, Peter MURPHY, Terrence Clement Attlee's Visit to Newfoundland. A document/article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol.13, No.2.
1984, 
(ATTLEE, Clement). NEARY, Peter. "Clement Attlee's Visit to Newfoundland, September 1942." A document/article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol.13, No.2. Spring/Printemps 1984. Pp 101-109. Charles Allain, et. al.'s review article "David Alexander's Vision of Canada" (pp.115-121). Also MUN scholar Terrence Murphy's "The Emergence of MaritimeCatholicism, 1781-1830" (pp.29-49). Also: W.D. Hamilton's "Indian Lands in New Brunswick: The Case of the Little South West Reserve" (pp.3-28); Terre nce Murphy's "The Emergence of Maritime Catholicism, 1781-1830" (pp.29-49, much on James Jones, Edmund Burke, Angus MacEachern, &c); M. Brook Taylor's"Thomas Chandler Haliburton as a Historian" (pp.50-68); Dean Jobb's "The P olitics of the New Brunswick and Prince Edward Railway, 1872-1886" (pp.69-90); Nanciellen Davis' research note "'Patriarchy from the Grave': Family Relations in 19th Century New Brunswick Wills"; and A.J.B. Johnston's brief communication "Commemorating Louisbourg, c.1767". Very good. 10.00

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13 BARRY, Bill. Ukrainian People Places : The Ukrainians, Germans, Mennonites, Hutterites and Doukhobors and the names they brought to Saskatchewan. Signed, paperback.
People Places Publishing, Regina, 2001, ISBN:1894022653 
BARRY, Bill. Ukrainian People Places : The Ukrainians, Germans, Mennonites,Hutterites and Doukhobors and the names they brought to Saskatchewan. (Reg ina: People Places Publishing, September 2001). First Printing. Pp. (1),2-160. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with yellow lettering to front cover and spine. "'Ukrainian People Places' explores [the] names and the stories behind them. [...] In addition to the Ukrainians themselves, here you will find the stories of German-speaking people who came from Ukraine, among them the Mennonites and Hutterites, along with the Russian-speaking Doukhoborswho also passed through Ukraine on their way to Canada." - from the rear c over. Contents: 1. The Ukrainians; 2. Galicia: Ivano-Frankivs'ke -- L'viv -- Ternopil -- Other Galician names; 3. Bukovyna; 4. Other Ukrainian place names; 5. Some Ukrainians, famous and otherwise; 6. Ukrainian phrases; 7. German Names from Ukraine: The Black Sea Germans -- German Names from Galiciaand Bukovyna; 8. The Mennonites: Denominationalism -- The Mennonites and E ducation -- The Hague-Osler Reserve -- The Swift Current Reserve -- Other Mennonite Names; 9. The Hutterites; 10. The Doukhobor Connection Very good. Signed by the author. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bitcheaper than quoted. 20.00

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14 BELANGER, Stephanie A.H., (ed. ) DAVIS, Karen D., (ed. ) Transforming Traditions : Women, Leadership & the Canadian Navy, 1942-2010.Paperback Edition.
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, Ontario, 2010, ISBN:9781100149394 
BELANGER, Stephanie A.H. and Karen D. DAVIS, (eds.). Transforming Traditions : Women, Leadership & the Canadian Navy, 1942-2010. Editors: Stéphanie A.H. Bélanger and Karen D. Davis. [Foreword by Vice-Admiral P. Dean McFadden]. (Kingston, ON): Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2010). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (2),i-xix,(1),1-204,(2). 8vo, illustrated white and grey card covers with gold and black lettering to front cover, white lettering to black spine. "As the Canadian navy celebrates its centennial, 'Transforming Traditions: Women, Leadership and the Canadian Navy, 1942-2010', provides a place marker for the full inclusion of women within naval history and culture in Canada. Today, many agree that a sailor is a sailor regardless of gender. While this is no doubt true in many respects, it is also true that the navy did not become the organization that it is today without some challenge and cultural growing pain. The curent status of women in the Canadian Forces' sea environment is testimony to the spirit of those women and men who served before them and, as such, the experiences shared inside this cover celebrate and commemorate those who have facilitated the contributions of women. This voume brings together a collection of leadership experiences and perspectives with a selection of research related to women in the navy. Forthe first time, the voices of Canadian navy women spanning 1942 to 2010 ar e presented within one volume. By representing this scope of experience within one integrated collection, the editors have conveyed an important message -- women have been an integral part of the navy for many years, and are committed to being a part of its future." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Lieutenant-Commander Karen D. Davis's "Once a Wren, Always a Wren: The Experience and Contribution of Canada's Wrens, 1942-2010"; 2. Wren Margaret Los (Haliburton)'s "Reflections of a Wren: I Would Do it Again 'at the dropof a hat'"; 3. Petty Officer Kathleen McCormack (Best)'s "From the Second World War to the 21st Century: Reflecting and Reconnecting"; 4. Wren Barbara Duncan's "Serving Canada and Remembering the Women Who Served"; 5. Petty Officer 1st class Rosalee Auger (van Stelten)'s "The Good, The Bad, and TheRoyal: The Challenges and Opportunites of Being a Wren"; 6. Chief Petty Of ficer 1st class Shirley Brown's "Wren Chief Leading Wrens into the Future... One Challenge, One Achievement at a Time"; 7. Leading Seaman Rose Tanchyk's "On Board HMCS Nipigon, 1989-1992: Living a Dream?"; 8. Commodore Jennifer Bennett's "How I Spent My Summer Vacation"; 9. Chief Petty Officer 1st class Barbara Corbett's "Blending In and Standing Out: Leading in a Sea of Gender Change"; 10. Commander Barbara Carter's "The Testimony of a Senior Naval Representative for Canada at Naval Component Central Command, Manama, Bahrain"; 11. Lieutenant-Commander Leanne Crowe's "Placing a Fix on the Chart: Finding Your Leadership Edge, Regardless of Gender"; 12. Commander MartaMulkins's "The Experience of a Naval Reserve Officer During Operation Argu s in Afghanistan"; 13. Commander Sara McMillan and Commander Michelaine LaHaie's "On Track By Leadmark"; 14. Petty Officer 1st class Alena Mondelli's "My Evolving Role as a Leader and as a Woman: A Personal Story"; 15. Lieutenant-Commander Nancy Setchell's "Toasting Positive Change and Progress... Every Day of the Week?"; 16. Sub-Lieutenant Louise Walton's "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"; 17. Leading Seaman Genevieve Jobin and Private Lorraine van Rensburg's "Integration and Innovation in Our New Navy: A View from the Lower Deck"; 18. Lieutenant (Navy) Stephanie Belanger's "Exploring Gender and Identity through the Experience of Women in the Canadian Navy at the Dawn of the 21st Century: A Study of Ten Testimonies"; 19. Lieutenant-Commander Lynn Bradley's "The Progress of Gender Integration in Canadian Warships: Views of the Leaders"; 20. Lieutenant-Commander Lynn Bradley and Lieutenant-Commander Debbie Pestell's "Experience With Mixed Gender Submarine Crews".Very good. 25.00

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Up The Glens : Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders 1783-1994. SecondEdition in dustjacket, BOSS, W., and W. J. PATTERSON [PATTERSON, W. J.
15 BOSS, W., and W. J. PATTERSON [PATTERSON, W. J. Up The Glens : Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders 1783-1994. SecondEdition in dustjacket
Old Book Store, Cornwall, Ontario, 1995, ISBN:0969933002 1995 0969933002 / 9780969933007 
BOSS, W., and W. J. PATTERSON. Up The Glens : Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders 1783-1994. By Lieutenant Colonel W. Boss, CD (Period 1783 - 1951) and Brigadier General W.J. Patterson, OMM, CD (Period 1952 - 1994). Cornwall, Ontario : The Old Book Store, 1995. Second Edition. Pp (8),1-300,(4),+ 32 pages of plates. Endpaper Maps Double Column. 4to, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine, gilt regimental logo to front board.

Contents :
1. 1783-1815.
2. 1807-1816.
3. 1822-1854.
4. 1855-1866.
5. 1867-1900.
6. 1901-1914.
7. 1914-1919.
8. 1920-1939.
9. 18 June 1940 - 29 July 1941. Canada
10. 30 July 1941 - 4 June 1944. England.
11. 4 June 1941 - 14 July 1944. The Baptism of Fire.
12. 16 July 1944 - 29 September 1944. The Advance Through Normandy.
13. 30 September 1944 - 8 November 1944. The Clearing of the Scheildt Estuiary.
14. 9 November 1944 - 23 March. The Winter Fighting.
15. 24 March 1945 - 15 June 1945. On to Victory.
16. 1 June 1945 - 17 May 1946. The 3rd Battalion in Germany.
17. 1939 - 1946. The 2nd Reserve Battalion.
18. 1946 - 1951.
19. 1952-1969. 20. 1970-1994.
Appendices.

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16 BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.) GOUGH, Barry M. BRODEUR, Nigel D. BROCK, P.Willet RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. 2nd paperback printing
University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver & London, 1983, ISBN:0774801964 
BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.). The RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. Vancouver & London : University of British Columbia Press, (1983). Second Paperback Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-xxx,[1]-373,(1),+ 48 pp.photos. Maps. 8vo, blue card covers. Chapters: 1. Barry M. Gough's "The Royal Navy's Legacy to the Royal Canadian Navy in the Pacific, 1890-1914"; 2. Nigel D. Brodeur's "L.P. Brodeur and the Origins of the Royal Canadian Navy"; 3. P. Willet Brock's "CommanderE.A.E. Nixon and the Royal Naval College of Canada, 1910-1922"; 4. Barry D . Hunt's "The Road to Washington: Canada and Empire Naval Defence, 1918-21"; 5. Hugh Francis Pullen's "The Royal Canadian Navy between the Wars, 1922-1939"; 6. Richard H. Leir's "'Big Ship Time': The Formative Years of RCN Officers Serving in RN Capital Ships"; 7. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part I"; 8. Fraser M. McKee's "Princes Three: Canada's Use of Armed Merchant Cruisers during World War II"; 9. W.G.D. Lund's "The Royal Canadian Navy's Quest for Autonomy in the North West Atlantic"; 10. Marc Milner's "Royal Canadian Navy Participation in the Battle of the AtlanticCrisis of 1943"; 11. Patrick Beesly's "Operational Intelligence and the Ba ttle of the Atlantic: The Role of the Royal Navy's Submarine Tracking Room"; 12. W.A.B. Douglas and Jürgen Rohwer's "'The Most Thankless Task' Revisited: Convoys, Escorts, and Radio Intelligence on the Western Atlantic, 1941-43"; 13. L.C. Audette's "The Lower Deck and the Mainguy Report of 1949"; 14. John Bovey's "The Destroyers' War in Korea, 1952-53"; 15. Stuart Soward's"Canadian Naval Aviation, 1915-1969"; 16. J.M. Leeming's "HMCS Labrador an d the Canadian Arctic"; 17. Michael Hadley's "The Impact of Public Policy on a Naval Reserve Division"; 18. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part II"; 19. A. Keith Cameron's "The Royal Canadian Navy and the Unification Crisis". Sticker remnant to front, else very good. 18.00

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RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. First Edition in dustjacket, BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.) GOUGH, Barry M. BRODEUR, Nigel D. BROCK, P.Willet
17 BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.) GOUGH, Barry M. BRODEUR, Nigel D. BROCK, P.Willet RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. First Edition in dustjacket
University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver & London, 1982, 
BOUTILIER, James A., (ed.). The RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. Vancouver / London : University of British Columbia Press, (1982). Pp (8),[ix]-xxx,[1]-373,(1)+ 48 pages of photos. Maps. 8vo, navy cloth. Chapters: 1. Barry M. Gough's "The Royal Navy's Legacy to the Royal Canadian Navy in the Pacific, 1890-1914"; 2. Nigel D. Brodeur's "L.P. Brodeur and the Origins of the RoyalCanadian Navy"; 3. P. Willet Brock's "Commander E.A.E. Nixon and the Royal Naval College of Canada, 1910-1922"; 4. Barry D. Hunt's "The Road to Washi ngton: Canada and Empire Naval Defence, 1918-21"; 5. Hugh Francis Pullen's "The Royal Canadian Navy between the Wars, 1922-1939"; 6. Richard H. Leir's"'Big Ship Time': The Formative Years of RCN Officers Serving in RN Capita l Ships"; 7. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part I"; 8. Fraser M. McKee's "Princes Three: Canada's Use of Armed Merchant Cruisers during World War II"; 9. W.G.D. Lund's "The Royal Canadian Navy's Quest for Autonomy in the North West Atlantic"; 10. Marc Milner's "Royal Canadian Navy Participation in the Battle of the Atlantic Crisis of 1943"; 11. Patrick Beesly's "Operational Intelligence and the Battle of the Atlantic: The Role of the Royal Navy's Submarine Tracking Room"; 12. W.A.B. Douglas and Jürgen Rohwer's "'The Most Thankless Task' Revisited: Convoys, Escorts, and Radio Intelligence on the Western Atlantic, 1941-43"; 13. L.C. Audette's "The Lower Deck and the Mainguy Report of 1949"; 14. John Bovey's "The Destroyers' War in Korea, 1952-53"; 15. Stuart Soward's "Canadian Naval Aviation, 1915-1969"; 16. J.M. Leeming's "HMCS Labrador and the Canadian Arctic"; 17.Michael Hadley's "The Impact of Public Policy on a Naval Reserve Division" ; 18. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part II"; 19. A.Keith Cameron's "The Royal Canadian Navy and the Unification Crisis". Gift inscription, else vg in nicked dj. 30.00

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18 BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.) GOUGH, Barry M. BRODEUR, Nigel D. BROCK, P.Willet RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed.
University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver & London, 1982, ISBN:0774801522 
BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.). The RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. Vancouver / L.: University of British Columbia Press, (1982). Pp (8),[ix]-xxx,[1]-373,(1 ),+ 48 pp.photos. Maps. 8vo, navy cloth. Contents: 1. Barry M. Gough's "TheRoyal Navy's Legacy to the Royal Canadian Navy in the Pacific, 1890-1914"; 2. Nigel D. Brodeur's "L.P. Brodeur and the Origins of the Royal Canadian Navy"; 3. P. Willet Brock's "Commander E.A.E. Nixon and the Royal Naval College of Canada, 1910-1922"; 4. Barry D. Hunt's "The Road to Washington: Canada and Empire Naval Defence, 1918-21"; 5. Hugh Francis Pullen's "The RoyalCanadian Navy between the Wars, 1922-1939"; 6. Richard H. Leir's "'Big Shi p Time': The Formative Years of RCN Officers Serving in RN Capital Ships"; 7. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part I"; 8. Fraser M. McKee's "Princes Three: Canada's Use of Armed Merchant Cruisers during World War II"; 9. W.G.D. Lund's "The Royal Canadian Navy's Quest for Autonomy in the North West Atlantic"; 10. Marc Milner's "Royal Canadian Navy Participation in the Battle of the Atlantic Crisis of 1943"; 11. Patrick Beesly's "Operational Intelligence and the Battle of the Atlantic: The Role of theRoyal Navy's Submarine Tracking Room"; 12. W.A.B. Douglas and Jürgen Rohwe r's "'The Most Thankless Task' Revisited: Convoys, Escorts, and Radio Intelligence on the Western Atlantic, 1941-43"; 13. L.C. Audette's "The Lower Deck and the Mainguy Report of 1949"; 14. John Bovey's "The Destroyers' War in Korea, 1952-53"; 15. Stuart Soward's "Canadian Naval Aviation, 1915-1969"; 16. J.M. Leeming's "HMCS Labrador and the Canadian Arctic"; 17. Michael Hadley's "The Impact of Public Policy on a Naval Reserve Division"; 18. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part II"; 19. A. Keith Cameron's "The Royal Canadian Navy and the Unification Crisis". Vg in dj. Signed and inscribed by Boutilier on the title page. 35.00

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19 BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.). GOUGH, Barry M. BRODEUR, Nigel D. BROCK, P.Willet. RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. 2nd hardcover printing. in dustjacket
University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver & London, 1982, ISBN:0774801522 
BOUTILIER, James A. (ed.). The RCN in Retrospect, 1910-1968. Vancouver / L.: University of British Columbia Press, (1982). Second Printing. Pp (8),[i x]-xxx,[1]-373,(1),+ 48 pp.photos. Maps. 8vo, navy cloth. Chapters: 1. Barry M. Gough's "The Royal Navy's Legacy to the Royal Canadian Navy in the Pacific, 1890-1914"; 2. Nigel D. Brodeur's "L.P. Brodeur and the Origins of the Royal Canadian Navy"; 3. P. Willet Brock's "Commander E.A.E. Nixon and the Royal Naval College of Canada, 1910-1922"; 4. Barry D. Hunt's "The Road to Washington: Canada and Empire Naval Defence, 1918-21"; 5. Hugh Francis Pullen's "The Royal Canadian Navy between the Wars, 1922-1939"; 6. Richard H.Leir's "'Big Ship Time': The Formative Years of RCN Officers Serving in RN Capital Ships"; 7. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Pa rt I"; 8. Fraser M. McKee's "Princes Three: Canada's Use of Armed Merchant Cruisers during World War II"; 9. W.G.D. Lund's "The Royal Canadian Navy's Quest for Autonomy in the North West Atlantic"; 10. Marc Milner's "Royal Canadian Navy Participation in the Battle of the Atlantic Crisis of 1943"; 11. Patrick Beesly's "Operational Intelligence and the Battle of the Atlantic: The Role of the Royal Navy's Submarine Tracking Room"; 12. W.A.B. Douglasand Jürgen Rohwer's "'The Most Thankless Task' Revisited: Convoys, Escorts , and Radio Intelligence on the Western Atlantic, 1941-43"; 13. L.C. Audette's "The Lower Deck and the Mainguy Report of 1949"; 14. John Bovey's "The Destroyers' War in Korea, 1952-53"; 15. Stuart Soward's "Canadian Naval Aviation, 1915-1969"; 16. J.M. Leeming's "HMCS Labrador and the Canadian Arctic"; 17. Michael Hadley's "The Impact of Public Policy on a Naval Reserve Division"; 18. J.H.W. Knox's "An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part II";19. A. Keith Cameron's "The Royal Canadian Navy and the Unification Crisis ". Gift inscription, else vg in spine-sunned dj. 25.00

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20 BOWEN, Dana Thomas. Memories of the Lakes : Told in Story and Picture.
Dana Thomas Bowen, Publisher, Daytona Beach, Florida , 1946, 
BOWEN, Dana Thomas. Memories of the Lakes : Told in Story and Picture. Daytona Beach, Florida : Dana Thomas Bowen, Publisher, (December) 1946. First Printing. Pp [i]-xv,(1),1-292,(10). Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to front board and spine, map endpapers. Includes a pictorial section (pp 81-144). Chapters : 1. Did You Know That...? 2. Great Lakes Firsts. 3. The Old Lake Triplets. 4. Steamboat Shorts. 5. Pirates! 6. The Tale of The Pewabic. 7. The Bones of The Porcupine. 8. High Spots in Georgian Bay. 9. The Milan Canal. 10. Pictorial Section. 11. The Floating Bethel. 12. The OldSuccess. 13. Our Son. 14. The Lower Lights. 15. Grace Darling. 16. Yestery ears. 17. Tough Days. 18. The Friday Ship. 19. The Whalebacks. 20. The MaryCeleste. 21. The Flyer of The Lakes. 22. The Wreck of The Western Reserve. 23. Kefralu. 24. The 1905 Blow. 25. The Kaliyuga. 26. The Soo Lock Acciden t. 27. The Welland Canalers of World War I. 28. Sailor Couple. 29. The 1940Armistice Day Storm. Tables of Sailing Distances on The Great Lakes. Index of Ships. Spine faded, two bookplates, else very good. 15.00

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