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121 BARTLETT, R. P., (ed.) CROSS, A. G. RASMUSSEN, Karen Russia and the World of the Eighteenth Century : Proceedings of the Third International Conference organized by the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia and held at Indiana University at Bloomington, USA, September 1984
Slavica Publishers, Inc., Columbus, Ohio, 1988, ISBN:0893571865 
BARTLETT, R. P., A. G. CROSS, and Karen RASMUSSEN, (eds.). Russia and the World of the Eighteenth Century : Proceedings of the Third International Conference organized by the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia and held at Indiana University at Bloomington, USA, September 1984. (Columbus, Ohio): Slavica Publishers, Inc., (1988). First Edition. Pp (7),vi-viii,(1),2-68 0,(14). Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt letterng to front board and spine. Contents : Introduction. I. The Search for a National Identity. 1. Daniel L. Schlafly Jr., The Popular Image of the West in Russia at the Time of Peter the Great [pp. 2-21]. 2. K. A. Papmehl, The Quest for the Nation's Cultural Roots in Russian Historiography before Karamzin [pp. 22-35]. 3. A. Lentin, Shcherbatov, Constitutionalism and the "Despotism" of Sweden's GustavIII [pp. 36-57]. 4. Max Okenfuss, Discussant's Comments [pp. 58-60]. II. R eligion (I). 5. L. R. Lewitter, Peter the Great's Attitude toward Religion:From Traditional Piety to Rational Theology [pp. 62-77]. 6. Pia Pera, S. S . Gnusin and P. O. Liubopytnyi: Two Different Old Believer Responses to theEnlightenment [pp. 78-90]. 7. Horst Röhling, Observations on Religious Pub lishing in Eighteenth-Century Russia [pp. 91-110]. III. Religion (II). 8. Brenda Meehan-Waters, Russian Convents and the Secularisation of Monastic Property [pp. 112-124]. 9. John Klier, Muscovite Faces and Petersburg Masks: The Problem of Relgious Judeophobia in Eighteenth-Century Russia [pp. 125-140]. 10. Gregory Freeze, Discussant's Comments [pp. 141-145]. IV. Learning and Science. 11. Max Okenfuss, The Impact of Technical Training in Eighteenth-Century Russia [pp. 147-156]. 12. Dianne Farrell, Laughter Transformed: The Shift from Medieval to Enlightenment Humour in Russian Popular Prints [pp. 157-176]. 13. W. Gareth Jones, Russia's First Magazine for Children: Novikov's "Detskoe chtenie dlia serdtsa i razuma" (1785-89) [pp. 177-187]. 14. K. Papmehl, Discussant's Comments [pp. 188-191]. V. Public Welfare (I). 15. Roger P. Bartlett, Russia in the Eighteenth-Century European Adoption ofInoculation for Smallpox [pp. 193-213]. 16. Anthony G. Cross, The Philanth ropist, the Travelling Tutor and the Empress: British Visitors and Catherine II's Plans for Penal and Medical Reform [pp. 214-228]. 17. Abby McKinnon,Duels and the Matter of Honour [pp. 229-242]. 18. John Alexander, Discussa nt's Comments [pp. 243-245]. VI. Public Welfare (II). 19. David Ransel, Undervaluation of Females: Evidence from the Foundling Homes [pp. 247-257]. 20. Carol Nash, Students and Rubles: The Society for the Education of Noble Girls as a Charitable Institution [pp. 258-272]. 21. Patrick O'Meara, PrinceD. A. Golitsyn and his Proposals for Social Reform [pp. 273-287]. VII. Vis ual Arts. 22. Lindsey Hughes, N. A. L'vov and the Russian Country House [pp. 289-300]. 23. Dianne Farrell, Discussant's Comments [pp. 301-304]. VIII. Literature. 24. William Edgerton, Ambivalence as the Key to Kniazhnin's Tragedy "Vadim Novgorodskii" [pp. 306-315]. 25. Gitta Hammarberg, The Idyll asPrototype for Sentamentalist Fiction [pp. 316-331]. 26. Sidney Monas, Derz havin's Petersburg [pp. 332-343]. 27. G. S. Smith, Discussant's Comments [pp. 344-345]. IX. Western European Influences on Russian Literature. 28. ???? ??????????, ?????? ? ?????????????? [pp. 347-359]. 29. G. S. Smith, The Most Proximate West: Russian Poets and the German Academicians, 1728-41 [pp.360-370]. 30. I. R. Titunik, Apollos Baibakov's "??????? ??????????" and V asilii Trediakovskii: Toward an Understanding of Russian Humanism in the Eighteenth Century [pp. 371-387]. 31. M. Green, Italian Scandal as Russian Tragedy: Kheraskov's "Venetsianskaia monakhinia" [pp. 388-399]. X. Freemasonry. 32. Kenneth Craven, The First Chamber of Novikov's Masonic Library [pp. 401-410]. 33. Gilbert McArthur, Novikov and Catherine II: Some Observations[pp. 411-418]. 34. Alexander Levitsky, Masonic Elements in Russian Eightee nth-Century Religious Poetry [pp. 419-436]. 35. I.F. Martynov, Rannie masonskie stikhi i pesni v sobranii biblioteki Akademii Nauk SSSR (K istorii literaturno-obshchestvenoi polemiki 1760-kh gg.). [35. ?. ?. ????????, ?????? ????????? ????? ? ????? ? ???????? ?????????? ???????? ???? ???? (? ??????????????????-???????????? ???????? 1760-? ??.) [pp. 437-444]. XI. Governmen t. 36. David Griffiths, To Live Forever: Catherine II, Voltaire and the Pursuit of Immortality [pp. 446-468]. 37. James Duran, Catherine the Great andthe Origin of the Russian State Debt [pp. 469-480]. 38. V. Kamendrowsky, S tate and Enterprise in the Thought of N. I. Panin [pp. 481-492]. 39. Hugh Ragsdale, New Light on the Greek Project: A Preliminary Report [pp. 493-501]. 40. Robert E. Jones, Discussant's Comments [pp. 502-504]. XII. The Rural Order. 41. James G. Hart, Razin's Second Coming: Pugachev's Rebellion in the Middle Volga Region, July-August 1774 [pp. 506-520]. 42. Bruce DeHart, The Pugachev Revolt and its Effect on the Inductrial Work-Force of the Urals:A Reconsideration [pp. 521-532]. 43. Robert Givens, To Measure and to Encr oach: The Nobility and the Land Survey [pp. 533-547]. 44. Walter Pinter, Discussant's Comments [pp. 548-549]. XIII. Commerce. 45. George Munro, The Role of the "???????" in Russian Capital Formation: A Preliminary Inquiry [pp. 551-564]. 46. Robert E. Jones, Ukrainian Grain and the St Petersburg Market [pp. 565-576]. 47. William Rougle, Antonio Manuel de Vieira and the Russian Court, 1697-1745 [pp. 577-590]. XIV. Russia and the World. 48. Glynn Barratt, Spain, Russia and Anglophobe Entente in the Pacific, 1789-99 [pp. 592-602]. 49. Barbara Maggs, Fedor Karzhavin and Vasilii Baranshchikov: Russian Travellers in the Caribbean and Colonial America [pp. 603-614]. LECTURES. 50. John Alexander, Politics, Passions, Patronage: Catherine II and Petr Zavadovskii [pp. 616-633]. 51. ???? ??????, K??????? ? ????? (???????? ???????????? ??????????) [pp. 634-650]. 52. Gerald Seaman, A Musical Entertainment [pp. 651-665]. 53. Marc Raeff, On the Heterogeneity of the Eighteenth Century in Russia [pp. 666-679]. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 100.00

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122 BARZEL, Hillel, Dr. Israel Today, 36). Youth in Israel. Israel Today number 36.
Israel Digest, Jerusalem, 1967, 
BARZEL, Hillel, Dr. Youth in Israel. Israel Today number 36. Jerusalem: Published by "Israel Digest", P.O.B. 92, April 1967. First Edition. Pp. (2),3-[56]. Illustrated in black and white. Small 8vo, stapled printed white and dark blue card covers with dark blue and black lettering to front cover. Israel Today, number 36. Contents: 1. Introduction: Defining Youth -- Dualityof Attitudes -- The Specific Criteria of Israel -- The Resultant Images of Israel Youth -- Light and Shadow -- The Basic Testament -- Polarization. 2 . The Youth Movements: Origins -- Aims and Influences -- The Outward Signs -- Three Values -- Statistics of Movements (i. Histadrut HaNoar HaOved veHaLomed, ii. Hitahdut HaTzofim veHaTzofot beYisrael, iii. Histradut HaShomer HaTza'ir, iv. HaMahanot HaOlim, v. Bnei Akiva, vi. Ezra, vii. Betar Brit HaNoar HaIvri al Shem Yosef Trumpeldor, viii. HaMaccabi HaTza'ir, ix. Histadrut HaNoar HaDati HaOved, x. HaNoar HaOved veHaLomed HaLeumi, xi. Brit HaNoar HaKommunisti) -- Organization and Method -- National Achievements, and Nahal. 3. General Frameworks for Youth: Intra-School Centres -- Independent Centres -- Work Systems in Centres -- "Youth to Youth" -- A Median Mode -- Unorganized Youth -- Sports. 4. The Formal Aspects: Gadna -- Youth Aliya -- Youth Labour Exchanges; 5. Creative Youth: Art, Music, Entertainment, Literature. 6. Peripheral Youth. 7. Conclusion Very good. Due to its small size,shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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123 BATEMAN, Robert Brock Real Life Adventure KESTEVEN, Peter Wet Way to Calais. First Edition in dustjacket
Brockhampton Press, Leicester, 1965, 
BATEMAN, Robert. Wet Way to Calais. Illustrated by Peter Kesteven. (Leicester) : Brockhampton Press, (1965). First Edition. Pp 116. 8vo, black cloth. A juvenile novel in the Brock Real Life Adventure series. "Tod Handy's father had no head for business, but he could build boats. His great ambition was to enter a revolutionary model in the annual Putney-Calais Cross ChannelRace for outboard motor boats. But even quality boats and a sturdy family cannot long survive on credit. In the event it is Tod's youthful thinking, and his logical handling of the situation, that makes the attempt possible,and his father's superb seamanship dominates dominates a breath-taking and hazardous race." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 15.00

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124 BAUER, Joan Sticks. 1st US in dj.
Delacorte Press, New York, 1996, ISBN:0385321651 
BAUER, Joan. Sticks . NY: Delacorte Press, (1996). First US Printing. Pp. [8],1-182,[2]. 8vo, yellow paper covered spine with purple paper covered boards. The American author's third young adult novel, about an aspiring youngpool player. Vg in dj. 20.00

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125 BAUM, L. Frank COPELMAN, Evelyn New Wizard of Oz. Second state of this U.S. edition, in dustjacket
Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis / New York, 1944, 
BAUM, L. Frank. The New Wizard of Oz. Illustrations by Evelyn Copelman. Adapted from nthe famous pictures by W.W. Denslow. mIndianapolis / New York : The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, (1944). Pp (10),1-209,(5),+ 16 plates(8 in colour). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering and blue illustrations to f ront board and spine. Cover title : The Wizard of Oz. Dustjacket adds : TheOriginal Oz Book. Hanff p. 41, second state (?) of this Bobbs-Merrill edit ion, with misprint "trmendous" on page 193 and bound in blue cloth. Spine lightly rubbed, else very good in spine-browned, edgeworn and nicked dustjacket. 75.00

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126 BAUM, L. Frank NEILL, John R. Land of Oz : A Sequel to The Wizard of Oz. in dustjacket
Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago, 1960, 
BAUM, L. Frank. The Land of Oz : A Sequel to The Wizard of Oz. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Chicago : The Reilly & Lee Co., n.d. [1960s?]. Pp (6),7-[287],(1). Illustrated in black-and-white. 8vo, pink cloth, black lettering and vignette to spine. Probably dates from the 1960s - original price listed as $3.50 and 38 items are listed in The Oz Books list on rear flap of dustjacket. Wear to corners, else vVery good in chipped, lightly browned and foxed, but unclipped, dustjacket. 30.00

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127 BAUM, L. Frank NEILL, John R. Road to Oz. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket
Copp Clark Co. Limited, Toronto, 1941, 
BAUM, L. Frank. The Road to Oz. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Toronto : TheCopp Clark Co. Limited, n.d. [ca. 1941]. First Canadian Edition. Pp (16),1 3-261,(7). 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering and vignette to spine, colour pictorial paste-down to front board. Hinke p. 26 : "Although this printing has blank endpapers, the fly leaves at front and back reproduce the drawing by John R. Neill originally intended for and appearing as the endpapers of The Giant Horse of Oz (1928) by Ruth Plumly Thompspn" and retains "the spine vignette." Very light wear to spine ends and corners, waterstain to fore-edge and top edge corner of text leaves, else very good with bright front cover paste-down in browned, edgeworn, torn and tape-repaired dustjacket. 185.00

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Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With Pictures by W.W. Denslow.  First State of the First Edition., BAUM, L. Frank.
128 BAUM, L. Frank. Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With Pictures by W.W. Denslow. First State of the First Edition.
George M. Hill Co.,, Chicago / New York, 1900, 
BAUM, L. Frank. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With Pictures by W.W. Denslow. [Chicago / New York : Geo. M. Hill Co., 1900]. First State of the First Edition. Pp [3]-[261,(1),+ 15 (of 24) full-page colour plates. Text Illustrations. 8vo, illustrated pale green cloth, stamped in red and green. First state points : page 14 line 1 begins “low wail on”; on plate opposite page 34 the moon has two dots; page 81 fourth line from bottom has “peices”; page 227 line 1 begins “While Tin Woodman”; colophon on rear pastedown in 11 lines with the initial letter in red and enclosed in a box; in B binding with publisher printed in red and with the O outside the C at foot of spine; however, lacking plate opp. p. 92 (and thus first state point cannot be verified – red shading on horizon) and lacking first leaf (and thus first state point cannot be verified – box around ads on page 2). The 15 of 24 plates present (and condition) are : opp. p. 14 “She caught Toto by the ear.” (detached, edge chipped and short tear not affecting plate); opp. p. 20 “I am the Witch of the North.” (very good); opp. p. 34 “You must be a great sorceress.” (very good); opp. p. 36 “Dorothy gazed thoughtfully at the Scarecrow.” (very good); opp. p. 66 “You ought to be ashamed of yourself!” (very good); opp. p. 102 “Permit me to introduce to you her Majesty, the Queen.” (smudgeaffecting plate); opp. p. 112 “The Lion ate some of the porridge.” (tear a long gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 126 “The Eyes looked at her thoughtfully.” (small smudge not affecting plate); opp. p. 138 “The Soldier withthe green whiskers led them through the streets.” (tears along gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 150 “The Monkeys wound many coils about his body.” (tears along gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 160 “The Tinsmiths worked for three days and four nights.” (detached); opp. p. 170 “The Monkeys caught Dorothy in their arms and flew away with her.” (detached, tear to fore-edge affecting plate); opp. p. 212 “The Scarecrow sat on the big throne.” (tears along gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 246 “The Head shot forward and struck the Scarecrow.” (vertical crease); opp. p. 254 “You must give me the Golden Cap.” (tears along gutter not affecting plate). Lacking 9 of the 24 colour plates, text block detached from casing, hinges broken, spinecloth torn and spine ends chipped, heavy wear and smudging to cloth, lacki ng first leaf and bottom 2.5 inches of title page (and thus cannot verify publisher's information), brown stain to bottom margin of pp. 96-103, tears and chipping along fore-edge of pp 113-114, tear along bottom edge of pp 251-252, numerous leaves loose, a poor, defective copy with complete text. The foundation for a restoration. As is. Net price. 4,500.00

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129 BAWTREE, Michael HOWE, Joseph) SMITH, David Preston, ill. Joe Howe to the Rescue. First Edition
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2004, ISBN:1551094959 
BAWTREE, Michael. Joe Howe to the Rescue. Illustrations by David Preston Smith. (Halifax) : Nimbus Publishing Ltd, (2004). First Printing. Pp. (6),1-142. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. A novel for young adults about a twelve-year-old boy named Jack who worked for Joseph Howe when the latter operated the newspaper The Novascotian, and Jack's efforts to assist Howe in disrupting corruption and stirring up rebellious sentiment in Halifax. Very good. 7.00

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130 BAWTREE, Michael HOWE, Joseph) SMITH, David Preston, ill. Joe Howe to the Rescue. pbk. Siigned
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2004, ISBN:1551094959 
BAWTREE, Michael. Joe Howe to the Rescue. Illustrations by David Preston Smith. (Halifax): Nimbus Publishing Ltd, (2004). First Printing. Pp. (6),1-142. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. A novel for young adultsabout a twelve-year-old boy named Jack who worked for Joseph Howe when the latter operated the newspaper The Novascotian, and Jack's efforts to assis t Howe in disrupting corruption and stirring up rebellious sentiment in Halifax. Very good. Signed (without inscription) by the author. 10.00

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131 BAXTER, Anne Intermission : A True Story. First Edition in dustjacket, signed by author
G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1976, 
BAXTER, Anne. Intermission : A True Story. New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, (1976). First Edition. Pp (16),17-384. 8vo, white cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Very good in nicked, unclipped dustjacket. Signed with inscription by Anne Baxter, and with a small photo of her laid in. . 70.00 "Academy Award-winning actress Anne Baxter writes with intensity and compassion about four years in the Australian outback. Adding another creative dimension to her career with this stunning first book, Miss Baxter continues in her lifelong tradition of collecting challenges the way some women collect diamonds. She fully recounts the greatest challenge of her life: moving, at the height of her career, to the harsh outback of Australia to be with the man she loved. The move to Australia, 8,670 miles from Hollywood, was in its way a wild “I dare you.” Here is the whole story of Miss Baxter’s attempt to fame and civilize a remote, harsh spot in the Australian wilderness and provide a home for her husband and two children. Interspersed throughout the book are flashbacks to Anne Baxter’s professional career: her stepping onto the Broadway stage for the first time at thirteen years of age and behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the casting and filming of such film classics as All About Eve, The Razor’s Edge, and I Confess. But always in the forefront of this remarkable book is Giro, the 37,000-acre cattle ranch 180 miles north of Sydney that was home for four years. The book throbs with high intelligence and a shining ambivalence. Miss Baxter is awed by Australia, yet is frequently the victim of the toughness of pioneer life, a toughness which ultimately took its toll and brought her back to America, but not before she hada chance to live out this unique adventure, brilliantly retold here." (fro m the dj). Contents : 1. Curtain Down, Houselights Up: Late January, 1959. 2. Meeting. 3. Unmoored Balloon. 4. Giro and the Muster. 5. Curbstone Funeral: A Picnic and a Lamb. 6. Mind Furnishing. 7. The Wedding. 8. Arrival #2:Climate Terrible. 9. Not Fairs. 10. Projects X, Y and Z. 11. Three Blind M ice. 12. Elephants and "Groceries". 13. A Day in the Life. 14. Katrina. 15.Jane and the Trip to Town. 16. R and R. 17. Fatherhood. 18. Miss Frostquil t. 19. Wife? Wife. 20. Fire and Oranges. 21. Sprits Monya. 22. Roast Pig. 23. "What Ho, Cimarron!" 24. Home Again, Home Again, Jiggety. 25. Pour le Sport. 26. Jam. 27. My Adjustment. 28. How to Trip over a Small Plane. 29. Lost Battles. 30. Torumbarry Revisited. 31. The Land That Belongs to Nobody. 32. Crown of Gold. 33. Nocturne in A Minor. 34. "Walk on the Wild Side". 35. Discombobulation '6.1 36. Sister Isabella-Mac. 37. Little Jack Horner Satin a Corner, Eating His Christmas Crow. 38. Lunch. 39. Blue Jeans and Sund ay School. 40. Maintenance. 41. Disaster '62. 42. The Edge of the Razor. 43. Melissa. 44. The Tap Dancer on an Island of Sweetapples. 45. Onions and Shoofly Pie. 46. The Pageant. 47. Maginel. Very good in nicked, unclipped dustjacket. Signed with inscription by Anne Baxter, and with a small photo ofher laid in. . 70.00

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132 BAXTER, Joan Strangers Are Like Children
Pottersfield Press, 1996, ISBN:091900198x 
BAXTER, Joan. Strangers Are Like Children. Lawrencetown Beach, NS: Pottersfield Press, (1996). Pp. 188. 8vo, grey ill. card covers. A collection of stories from Africa by the Nova Scotian born author who lives in Nairobi. Vg. 10.00

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133 BAXTER, Joan Strangers Are Like Children. signed
Pottersfield Press, 1996, ISBN:091900198x 
BAXTER, Joan. Strangers Are Like Children. Lawrencetown Beach, NS: Pottersfield Press, (1996). Pp. 188. 8vo, grey ill. card covers. A collection of stories from Africa by the Nova Scotian born author who lives in Nairobi. Vg.Signed by Baxter. 15.00

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134 BECKETT, Henry Eye on Canada) Nova Scotia
Weigl, Calgary, 2000, ISBN:189470505x 
BECKETT, Henry. Nova Scotia. Calgary, AB: Weigl, (2000). Pp. [1]-32. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated maroon card covers. A volume in the Eye on Canada series. Vg. 7.00

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135 BEECH, Linda Ward. ROWLING, J.K. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets : Scholastic Literature Guide
Scholastic Inc, New York, 2000, 
(ROWLING, J.K.). BEECH, Linda Ward. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: Scholastic Literature Guide. New York : Scholastic Inc., 2000. Pp [1]-16 , plus detachable poster. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Before Reading the Book; Exploring the Book : Chapters 1-7, Chapters 8-11, Chapters 12-18; Summarizing the Book; Student Reproducibles. Very good, with poster. 8.00

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136 BEED, Blair 1917 Halifax Explosion and American Response. First Edition, Signed
Dtours Visitors and Convention Service, 1998, ISBN:096843830x 
BEED, Blair. 1917 Halifax Explosion and American Response. (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) : DTours Visitors and Convention Service, (1998). First Edition. "Printed and bound in Nova Scotia by: McCurdy Printing Limited". Pp. (2),[iii]-x,1-133,(1). Illustrated with 164 b&w photos and newspaper reproductions. Oblong 8vo, black photo-illustrated cardcovers, white lettering to front and spine. Contents; 1. Halifax before December 6, 1917; 2. December 6 and the Richmond District; 3. Massachusetts to the Rescue; 4. Stories of Haligonians; 5. The Dominion of Canada Unites; 6. The United States Responds; 7. The British Empire Contributes; 8. Social Standards of the Era; 9. Return to Daily Life; 10. What of the Children? Christmas 1917; 11. Entering 1918; 12. Halifax after World War I. Light edgewear, spine creasing, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author on the title page. 30.00

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137 BÉLAND, Jean Baie-James des Pissenlit. signed, als
Éditions Pierre Tisseyre, 2000, ISBN:2890517640 
BÉLAND, Jean. La Baie-James des "Pissenlit". Saint-Laurent, QC: Éditions Pierre Tisseyre, (2000). Pp. 135. Text in French. 12mo, ill. card covers, redtitles to black spine. The adventures of a young girl and her brother duri ng an Easter weekend spent in baie-James. Vg. Author's signed gift inscription to the ffep, in addition to a signed, handwritten letter from the author, laid in. 10.00

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138 BELCHER, William Henry, and Joseph Warren BELCHER Belcher Family In England and America, Comprehending a period of seven hundred years. With particular reference to the descendants of Adam Belcher ofSouthfields, Orange County, New York
Higginson Book Company, Salem, Mass., 2000, 
BELCHER, William Henry, and Joseph Warren BELCHER. The Belcher Family In England and America, Comprehending a period of seven hundred years. With particular reference to the descendants of Adam Belcher of Southfields, Orange County, New York. (Salem, Mass.: Higginson Book Company), n.d. [undated reprint circa 2000?]. Pp (16),3-481,(3). Illustrated. Index. 4to, black cloth tape spine lettered inm gilt, pale green card covers lettered in black. A favsimile repprinmt of the original Detroit 1941 edition. Contents : 1. Origin and Antiquity of the Family Name. 2. English Lineage for Seven Hundred and Sixty Years. 3. John Belcher of New Cornwall and his Children . 4. John Adam Belcher of Rtngwooi and Eagle Valley. 5. The Belcher and Kelley Families. 6. Five Generations of the Descendants of John and Eleanor Belcher. 7.Other Descendants of Adam Belchier of Southfields. 8. Benjamin Bennett and Mary Belcher and their descendants. 9. The Belcher Families in New England. 10. The War Between the States and the World War Miscellaneous Letters. 11.Our Neighb ors in Eagle Valley. 12. Genealogies of the Belcher Family and its Branches. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WIL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 40.00

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139 BELDEN, Trixie) Trixie Belden and her friends Cut-Out Dolls
Whitman Publishing Cmpany, Racine, Wisconsin, 1958, 
(BELDEN, Trixie). Trixie Belden and her friends Cut-Out Dolls. Racine, Wisconsin : Whitman Publishing Cmpany, 1958. 4to, blue colour illustrated portfolio, with stiff paper cut-outs of the four characters (Trixie, Mart, Honey, and Jim) and eight pages of cut-out outfits. Short tear to inside back cover, minor creasing to some legs, and surface tear to the "R" in Mart's name at the foot of his cut-out doll, else a very nice set. None of the clothes have been cut out. 200.00

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140 BELL, A.F., Mrs. Victor in Buzzland : A Nature Fairy Story.
A. Flanagan, Chicago , 1896, 
BELL, A.F., Mrs. Victor in Buzzland : A Nature Fairy Story. Chicago : A. Flanagan, Publisher, (1896). Pp [1]-108,(2,ads),(2). Illustrated. 8vo, marooncloth spine, illustrated pale blue paper covered boards. A children's book about insects. Contents : The Brown Jacket Fairies; The Court of the Brown Jacket Fairies; The Yellow Plush Fairies; The Underground Fairies; Pin'an Needle Fairies; The Winged Flowers; The Silk Fairies; The Wicked House Fairy; The Spinner Fairy; The Great Owl with the White Cross; The Acrobat; Mr. Green Lace Wing: The Digger Fairies. Spine and corners worn, edges browned,hinges shaky, pencilled name dated '96, else good. 50.00

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