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101 MAHER, Elinor Cobequid Bay Ferries : The Story of the Ferries that carried traffic from Maitland, Hants County, to Black Rock and the communities on the north shoreof Cobequid Bay in Colchester County
Colchester Historical Society Museum, 2005, 
MAHER, Elinor. Cobequid Bay Ferries : The Story of the Ferries that carriedtraffic from Maitland, Hants County, to Black Rock and the communities on the north shore of Cobequid Bay in Colchester County. A companion publication for an exhibit at the Colchester Historical Society Museum. [N.pl.]: Colchester Historical Society Museum, November 2005. Pp. 1-61 leaves, printed on one side only. Illustrated. 4to, blue comb-bound spine, illustrated cream card covers. Contents: Map of Cobequid Bay; Early travel; The communitiesserved; Early ferries; Maitland-based ferries; Low water ferries; Little D yke ferries; Shad boats; Unregulated ferries; The Black Rock Farm; Nelson vessels; Liberty Hall; Ethel May; Eunice; Lockhart Lawrence; Automobiles; Wharves; Signalling; Misfortunes; Regulations; The Ledgers; Taverns & temperance; The impact of the railway; Winter Traffic. Name to front (with a couple of inked additions to text), else very good. 30.00

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Justice of the Peace and County & Township Officer, in the Province of NovaScotia. Being a Guide to Such Justice and Officers in the Discharge of The ir Official Duties.   2nd ed, MARSHALL, John George
102 MARSHALL, John George Justice of the Peace and County & Township Officer, in the Province of NovaScotia. Being a Guide to Such Justice and Officers in the Discharge of The ir Official Duties. 2nd ed
Gossip and Coade, 1846, 
MARSHALL, John George. The Justice of the Peace, and County & Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia. Being a Guide to Such Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties. Second and Improved Edition. Halifax : Printed by Gossip and Coade, at the Times Office, 1846. Pp (4),[iii]-xxv,(1),1-684. 8vo, half calf, marbled boards. TPL 5101, Watters p.886, Rhodenzer p.144, Vaison p.90. Of nautical interest : Deserters. I. From Navy (p.143); Ferries (pp.206-208); Fish (pp.216--228); Fisheries (pp.228-230); Light Houses (p.339); Navy (pp.368-370); Seamen (Merchant) (pp.465-487); Ships (pp.517-518); Wreck (pp.662-669). Heavy wear to covers, smudging to some leaves, previous owners' names, inkstamp, and pasted printed name ticket to front endpapers, else a very good, tight copy. 400.00

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103 MARSHALL, John George Justice of the Peace, and County & Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia . Being a Guide to Such Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties. 2nd ed
Gossip and Coade, 1846, 
MARSHALL, John George. The Justice of the Peace, and County & Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia. Being a Guide to Such Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties. Second and Improved Edition. Halifax : Printed by Gossip and Coade, at the Times Office, 1846. Pp (4),[iii]-xxv,(1),1-684. 8vo, half calf, marbled boards. TPL 5101, Watters p.886, Rhodenzer p.144, Vaison p.90. Of nautical interest : Deserters. I. From Navy (p.143); Ferries (pp.206-208); Fish (pp.216--228); Fisheries (pp.228-230); Light Houses (p.339); Navy (pp.368-370); Seamen (Merchant) (pp.465-487); Ships (pp.517-518); Wreck (pp.662-669). Heavy wear to covers, waterstaining to corners of endpapers, brown stains to endpapers and some leaves, else a good, solid copy. As is. 300.00

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Justice of the Peace, and County & Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia.   2nd ed , MARSHALL, John George
104 MARSHALL, John George Justice of the Peace, and County & Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia. 2nd ed
Gossip and Coade, 1846, 
MARSHALL, John George. The Justice of the Peace, and County & Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia. Being a Guide to Such Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties. Second and Improved Edition. Halifax : Printed by Gossip and Coade, at the Times Office, 1846. Pp (4),[iii]-xxv,(1),1-684. 8vo, half calf, marbled boards. TPL 5101, Watters p.886, Rhodenzer p.144, Vaison p.90. Of nautical interest : Deserters. I. From Navy (p.143); Ferries (pp.206-208); Fish (pp.216--228); Fisheries (pp.228-230); Light Houses (p.339); Navy (pp.368-370); Seamen (Merchant) (pp.465-487); Ships (pp.517-518); Wreck (pp.662-669). Covers worn, waterstaining and foxing to endpapers, front hinge weak, else vg. 365.00

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Justice of the Peace, and County and Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia : Being a Guide to Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties.   1st ed, MARSHALL, John George
105 MARSHALL, John George Justice of the Peace, and County and Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia : Being a Guide to Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties. 1st ed
Gossip & Coade, Halifax, 1837, 
MARSHALL, John George. The Justice of the Peace, and County and Township Officer, in the Province of Nova Scotia. Being a Guide to Justice and Officers in the Discharge of Their Official Duties. First Edition. Halifax : Printed by Gossip & Coade, at the Times Office, 1837. Pp (4), [iii]-xxiii, (1), 1-646. 8vo, half calf, marbled boards, gilt to spine morocco label. TPL 5101, Watters p.886, Rhodenzer p.144, Vaison p.90. Early ownership note : "Peter Ross, West Branch, E. River, 14th Sept. 1838". Of nautical interest : Deserters. I. From Navy (p.128); Ferries (pp.186-189); Fish (pp.196-206); Fisheries (pp.206-209); Light Houses (p.297); Navy (pp.329-330); Seamen (Merchant) (pp.420-441); Ships (pp.457-459); Wreck (pp.589-595). Occasional foxing & staining, boards rubbed & nicked ow a vg, complete copy. 450.00

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106 MARTIN, Nancy River Ferries. in dj.
Terence Dalton, Lavenham, Suffolk, 1980, ISBN:0900963999 
MARTIN, Nancy. River Ferries. Lavenham, Suffolk: Terence Dalton, 1980. First Edition. Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),1-128,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, white cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "Nancy Martin discusses the ferrymen themselves, the licenses and tolls, the rights and obligations of the ferry owners. She introduces a wide variety of ferries, some long since past and many still inuse: the Mersey ferries serving the Birkenhead, Wallasey and Liverpool are a; the Hythe ferry across the River Test at Southampton; the last of the chain ferries across the River Yare at Reedham in Norfolk; the Gravesend to Tilbury fery used by Chalres I on his way to woo the Infanta of Spain and the Bigbury and Burgh Island 'Sea Tractor' in Devon which stands high on fourlarge wheels. The author also includes those ferries involved in crossing an 'arm of the sea', canals and lakes, amongst them those serving the Isle of Wight and others the Hebrides." - from the dj. Contents: 1. Crossing theWaters: Southern and Western England, Wales and North West England; 2. Cro ssing the Waters: The Tyne to the Thames; 3. London River; 4. Mainland to the Isle of Wight; 5. Canal and Lakeland; 6. Scottish Ferries; 7. Licenses and Tolls; 8. Ferrymen. Light spotting to top edge, name and bookplate to front pastedown, else very good in lightly edge-bumped dust jacket. 25.00

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107 McALLISTER, R.I., (ed.) SMALLWOOD, Joseph R., foreword FRASER, A.M. COLMAN, S.J. Newfoundland and Labrador : no dj.
1966, 
McALLISTER, R.I., (ed.). Newfoundland and Labrador : The First Fifteen Years of Confederation. Edited by [...]. With a foreword by The Hon. J.R. Smallwood. St.John's : Dicks & Co. Ltd., n.d. [1966]. Pp (20),[1]-247,(1), colour frontis.+ 47 photos (3 colour) on 15 leaves + col.fldg map at rear. Many maps, graphs in text. 8vo, blue cloth. O'Dea 3976. Arranged in three parts : 1.The Land and the People; II.The Government; III.The Economy. Chapters (and sections) : D. Quinton's "The Land of Newfoundland and Labrador"; "The People of Newfoundland and Labrador" with Section A: "Prelude to Confederation" by A.M. Fraser (DNLB p.113), and Section B: Social Changes since Confederation" by S.J. Colman; J.R. Courage's "Legislation and Administration" (DNLB p.69); "Public Finance in Newfoundland" by the Dept.; F. Kirby's "The School System"; D.G.Pitt's "The University"; N.S. Capper and W.J. May's "Technical and Vocational Education"; W.F. Hampton's "The Fisheries College" (DNLB p.141); M. Donovan's "Public Libraries"; L.A Miller's "Public Health" (DNLB p.223-4); R.L. Andrews' "Public Welfare"; R.I. McAllister's "An Outline of the Newfoundland Economy" (pp.69-92); E.B. Ralph and J. Monro's "The Forest Industries"; F. Gover's "The Mining Industry" (pp.109-115); E. Pazdzior's "The Fishing Industry" (pp.117-132); H.W.R. Chancey's "Agriculture"; J.C.McCarthy's "Secondary Manufacturing"; R.Hayward's "Public and Private Investment" (pp.145-156); M.R. Sherwood on construction and housing (pp.156-165); "Electric Power" by the Power Commission; Colin Karasek's "Transportation in Newfoundland and Labrador" (pp.177-200); C.A. Knight's "Highway Transportation" (pp.200-210); sections on air, ferries, &c; R.Hayward's "Communications" (pp.218229); J.C. Mills' "Trade and Commercial Services"; and D.J. Wheeler's "Tourism". Photos include Churchill Falls (frontispiece); Chance Cove, Trinity Bay; B.Brooks' N.F.B. photo "Moving Home, Dover Cove"; the Twillingate Causeway; the Ferryland Lighthouse; many others. Vg. 50.00

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Newfoundland and Labrador. In dj , McALLISTER, R.I., (ed.). MONRO, J. RALPH, E.B. GOVER, F.
108 McALLISTER, R.I., (ed.). MONRO, J. RALPH, E.B. GOVER, F. Newfoundland and Labrador. In dj
1966, 
McALLISTER, R.I., (ed.). Newfoundland and Labrador : The First Fifteen Years of Confederation. Edited by [...]. With a foreword by The Hon. J.R. Smallwood. St.John's : Dicks & Co. Ltd., n.d. [1966]. Pp (20), [1]-247, (1). Plates, maps, graphs. 8vo, blue cloth. O'Dea 3976. par Nautical: E. Pazdzior's "The Fishing Industry" (pp.117-132); W.F. Hampton's "The Fisheries College". Arranged in three parts : 1.The Land and the People; II.The Government; III.The Economy. Chapters (and sections) : D. Quinton's "The Land of Newfoundland and Labrador"; "The People of Newfoundland and Labrador" with Section A: "Prelude to Confederation" by A.M. Fraser (DNLB p.113), and Section B: Social Changes since Confederation" by S.J. Colman; J.R. Courage's "Legislation and Administration" (DNLB p.69); "Public Finance in Newfoundland" by the Dept.; F. Kirby's "The School System"; D.G.Pitt's "The University"; N.S. Capper and W.J. May's "Technical and Vocational Education"; W.F. Hampton's "The Fisheries College" (DNLB p.141); M. Donovan's "Public Libraries"; L.A Miller's "Public Health" (DNLB p.223-4); R.L. Andrews' "Public Welfare"; R.I. McAllister's "An Outline of the Newfoundland Economy" (pp.69-92); E.B. Ralph and J. Monro's "The Forest Industries"; F. Gover's "The Mining Industry" (pp.109-115); E. Pazdzior's "The Fishing Industry" (pp.117-132); H.W.R. Chancey's "Agriculture"; J.C.McCarthy's "Secondary Manufacturing"; R.Hayward's "Public and Private Investment" (pp.145-156); M.R. Sherwood on construction and housing (pp.156-165); "Electric Power" by the Power Commission; Colin Karasek's "Transportation in Newfoundland and Labrador" (pp.177-200); C.A. Knight's "Highway Transportation" (pp.200-210); sections on air, ferries, &c; R.Hayward's "Communications" (pp.218-229); J.C. Mills' "Trade and Commercial Services"; and D.J. Wheeler's "Tourism". include Churchill Falls (frontispiece); Chance Cove, Trinity Bay; B.Brooks' N.F.B. photo "Moving Home, Dover Cove"; the Twillingate Causeway; the Ferryland Lighthouse; many others. Fine in dj (short tears to dj). 65.00

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109 McCRORIE, Ian Glen Sannox.
Caledonian MacDrayne, Gourock, 1980, 
McCRORIE, Ian. Glen Sannox. (Gourock) : Caledonian MacDrayne, n.d. [ca 1980]. Pp [1]-36. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers. Contents : The “Glen Sannos”; What to see and where to go; A Labour of Love on the Great Glen (by Purser Walter J.H. Bowie); A description of “Glen Sannox's” Cruises; Other Ships of the Fleet. Pencilled date, else very good. 15.00

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110 McCRORIE, Ian To the Coast
Fairlie Press, Fairlie, Ayrshire, 1989, ISBN:1871209013 
McCRORIE, Ian. To the Coast : One Hundred Years of the Caledonian Steam Packet Company. (Fairlie, Ayrshire: Fairlie Press, 1989). Pp. 64. Illustrated.Oblong 8vo, illustrated white card covers. A history of the Caledonian Ste am Packet Company, examining their shipping and ferry services out of portson the west coast of Scotland and northern England. Vg. 60.00

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Irish Passenger Steamship Services.  1st UK 2 vols in dj. , McNEILL, D.B
111 McNEILL, D.B Irish Passenger Steamship Services. 1st UK 2 vols in dj.
David & Charles, 1969, 
McNEILL, D.B. Irish Passenger Steamship Services. In Two Volumes. Volume I:North of Ireland. Volume II: South of Ireland. Newton Abbot: David & Charl es, (1969/1971). First Editions. Pp 232, frontis., incl. plates; 240, frontis., incl. plates. 8vo, olive green cloth. Vol. I.: "All the passenger steamship services associated with the North of Ireland over the last 150 yearsare here included. The thirty cross-channel routes from the days of Rob Ro y in 1818 to today's Lion and Ulster Prince are fully described; and there are chapters on the inshore steamers which plied on Belfast Lough and otherestuaries of the North, and on the small vessels once stationed on Lough E rne, Lough Gill and Lough Neagh." -from the dj. Vol. II : "[...] and a description of the longer routes which operated from Irish ports to London, theSouth Coast of England and the Western Seaboard of North America.[ ...] a brief account of the forty cross-channel routes from the South of Ireland and has chapters on the small craft which operated in Cork Harbour and the other estuaries around the coast. The river steamers which used to ply on the Boyne, the Shannon and Lough Corrib are also included." - from the dj. With fleet lists. Vg in rubbed, spine-sunned djs. For the set 225.00

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112 MILLER, William J. FRANK, William P., preface) Ferry Tale : Crossing the Delaware on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. pbk.
Delapeake, Wilmington, DE, 1985, ISBN:0911293035 
MILLER, William J. A Ferry Tale : Crossing the Delaware on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. [Preface by William P. Frank]. Wilmington, DE: Delapeake, (1985).Second Edition. Pp. (2),3-110,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated yellow ca rd covers. Very good. 12.50

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113 MILLS, James Cooke Our Inland Seas : Their Shipping and Commerce for Three Centuries. Reprint
Freshwater Press, Inc., Cleveland, 1976, 
MILLS, James Cooke. Our Inland Seas : Their Shipping and Commerce for ThreeCenturies. Cleveland, OH: Freshwater Press, Inc., 1976. A facsimile of the 1910 A.C. McClurg edition, Chicago. Pp. [i]-xv,(2),18-380,(4), frontis., + 52 p. of plates and maps. Illustrated. 8vo, navy blue cloth with silver le ttering and decoration to front and spine. Streeter, Michigan Bibliography 5453. Contents: 1. The Origin, Discovery, and Magnitude of the Great Lakes;2. Earliest Navigation; 3. Le Griffon, the First Sailing Vessel; 4. The La unch and Voyage of Le Griffon; 5. Navigation from 1680 to the War of 1812; 6. The Beginning of Steam Navigation; 7. The Walk-in-the-Water: Pioneer Steamboat; 8. The Early Days of Steam Navigation; 9. The Rapid Growth of the Lakes Shipping; 10. The Advent of the Screw Propellor: The Commerce of Lake Superior; 11. Prosperous Times for the Lake Marine; 12. The Beginning of Railroad Competition; 13. The United States Gunboat Wolverine, the First Iron-hulled Vessel; 14. From Wood to Iron; 15. The River Ferries from Hand to Steam; 16. The Railway Transports; 17. The Era of Steel and the Package Freighters; 18. The Greyhounds of the Unsalted Seas; 19. The Merchant Marine ofCanada; 20. The Building of a Lake Freighter; 21. The Queen of the World's Lake Craft, the City of Cleveland; 22. The Six-Hundred-Foot Ore and Grain Carriers; 23. For the Freedom of the Sea; 24. Wrecking and Fire Tugs, the Navy Training Ships, and the Mail Boat; 25. Economics of Lake Navigation. Boards slightly splayed, small dampstain to top edge, previous owner's name inked to ffep, else vg. 30.00

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Southampton's Railways.  1st in dj , MOODY, Bert
114 MOODY, Bert Southampton's Railways. 1st in dj
Waterfront Publications, 1992, 
MOODY, Bert. Southampton's Railways. Poole, Dorset : Waterfront Publications, (1992). Pp 144. Double column. Illustrated. 4to, brown cloth. Here for the sections : "Railways of Southampton's Docks" (pp.113-131), "Southampton Train Ferries" (pp.132-133), "Railway Steamers" (pp.142-143). With bibliography. Vg in dj. 60.00

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115 MORRIS, Jerry. NELSON, Dawn L. New England Under Sail
Country Roads Press, Castine, ME, 1993, ISBN:1566260132 
MORRIS, Jerry. New England Under Sail: A Guide to Sailing Ships, Ferries, &Historic Vessels; illustrated by Dawn L. Nelson. (Castine, ME): Country Ro ads Press, (1993). Pp 130. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated card covers. A nautical travel guide to the New England states, listing historical vessel charters, maritime museums, and seaside festivals. Vg. 12.00

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116 MORSE, N.H., K.D.C. HALEY and S.L. FOUNTAIN HALEY, K.D.C. FOUNTAIN, S.L., Report to the Government of Nova Scotia on the [...] Minas Basin Ferry
Acadia University Institute, 1958, 
(Minas Basin Ferry). MORSE, Dr.N.H., Dr.K.D.C. HALEY and Mr.S.L. FOUNTAIN. A Report to the Government of Nova Scotia on the Results of a Survey on thePotential Traffic, Revenues and Expenditures and Economic Consequences of a Ferry across Minas Basin. (Wolfville): Acadia University Institute, (1958). Pp (3 leaves),[i]-iii l., [1]-42 l.,(1 l.) Tables. 4to, card covers, black plastic coil bdg. Sections on the geographic & economic backgrounds and truck, automobile & passenger traffic. Cover title : Minas Basin Ferry : A Report submitted to the Government of Nova Scotia by the Acadia University Institute. Vg. 20.00

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117 MOSHER, Edith Old Time Travel in Nova Scotia. First Edition
Lancelot, Hantsport, 1984, ISBN:088999241x 1984 088999241x / 9780889992412 
MOSHER, Edith. Old Time Travel in Nova Scotia. Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press, (1984). First Printing. Pp (3),4-85,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, white trade paperback.

This slim volume includes several chapters on marine transportation: one on the small coastal steamers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (focusing particularly on the Minas Basin); one on Yarmouth's steamship connections to the New England states; and one on Bay of Fundy ferry service.

Contents:
The Making of Roads;
Stagecoaches and Inns;
Picture Section;
Horse & Buggy Days;
Those Silver Rails;
The Little Ferries (pp. 56-72);
Yarmouth, Main Artery of Sea Travel (pp. 73-81);
Across the Bay, The Old and the New (pp. 82-85).

Very good. 12.00

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118 MUSK, George Canadian Pacific Afloat, 1883-1968 : A Short History and Fleet List
Canadian Pacific, London, 1968, 
MUSK, George. Canadian Pacific Afloat, 1883-1968 : A Short History and Fleet List . (London: Canadian Pacific, 1968). "Published by Canadian Pacific and printed by Garside and Mackie Ltd, Warrington, England". Revised and updated edition. Pp. [i]-vi,1-106. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled whitecard covers, lettered in green. A chronicle of the history of Canadian Pac ific's maritime division, which employed liners, cargo ships, and ferries. Includes numerous illustrations of the ships in the fleet, as well as detailed descriptions of actions of Canadian Pacific's vessels. Lightly rubbed, else very good. 75.00

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119 North Sydney) MacDONALD, G.F. MacDONALD, G.Frederick North Sydney - Past and Present
North Sydney, N.S., 1963, 
[MacDONALD, G.Frederick] North Sydney : Past and Present. North Sydney, N.S.: the author, May 1963. Pp (1),[1]-20 leaves, printed on side only. 4to, blue stapled card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana, 3835. Contents : Early History; Coal Mining; Settlement; Shipbuilding; Marine Railway; Places of Business; Cable Office; Fishing; Transportation – Ferry & Railway; Fires; Visits of Royalty; Churches; Post Office; Hospital; Activity during Wartime; Sport; Cape Breton County Exhibition; Schools; Newspapers; Banks; Incorporation as a Town; Mayors; Provincial and Federal Members; The Years of Growth. With an Autograph Letter Signed pasted to inside front cover : “I was rather flattered to receive your note regarding what you refer to as a historyof North Sydney. The notes I put together were only things I remembered my self, to a great extent [...]. I had these made up for presentation to friends and there was no cost involved. I have a few left and am sending one toyou under separate cover [...].” Margins lightly browned, penned name, off setting from glue to title page, else very good. With an ALS from the author pasted to inside front cover. As is. 40.00

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120 Nova Scotia - Journal of Education MAURA, Sister FORNWALT, Russell J. CAMPBELL, Wilfred Journal of Education. September 1947 Fourth Series, Vol. 18. No. 3. Total No. 284
King's Printer, Halifax , 1947, 
(Nova Scotia – Journal of Education). Journal of Education. September 1947 [Fourth Series, Vol. XVIII. No. 3 (Total No. 284)]. Halifax, N.S.: King's Printer, 1947. Pp (5),330-430,(2) including covers. 8vo, printed white stapled wrappers. Contents : Secondary Education for a New World (by John W. Studebaker); Indian Summer (a poem by Wilfred Campbell); Vocational Education has Changed (by Benjamin J. Novak); Dressing up your Classroom (by Lois M. Clark); Understanding the Delinquent Boy (by Russell J. Fornwalt); RemedialTeaching (by Grace Rawlings); A Question of Words (by Sister Maura); Libra ries in the Tennessee Valley (by David E. Lilienthal); The Greek Love of Knowledge (by S.H. Butcher); Fire and Ice (a poem by Robert Frost); Taming the Machine (by Ian Finlay); Education for Science; Power from the Sun (by Louis N. Sarbach); The Injurious Effect of Noise; Adulterated Air Waves (by Robert H. Wyatt); On Storing Vegetables; Novascotiana XI (I. “Providence” Convicts in Cape Breton, pp 388-389; II. Early Halifax Ferries, pp 389-390; III. A Whaling Enterprise, p. 391; IV. Justice and Politics; V. The Cape Breton Giant; VI. Mechanics' Institutes; VII. Smollett and Cape Breton Geography); plus other miscellaneous items and poems. Of nautical interest : Novascotiana XI (I. “Providence” Convicts in Cape Breton, pp 388-389 [not in Tennyson]; II. Early Halifax Ferries, pp 389-390; III. A Whaling Enterprise, p. 391). Heavy foxing to fore-margin of front cover, rubbed, waterstain to fore-edge, else good. 25.00

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