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121 Belcher's Almanack - Nova Scotia - Maritime Provinces - Almanack / Almanac Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. 94, For the Year of our Lord 1917. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental,Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, etc
Royal Print & Litho, Halifax, N.S. , 1916, 
(Belcher's Almanack). Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. XCIV, For the Year of our Lord 1917. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental, Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, etc. Halifax, N.S.: Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., [1916]. Pp [1]-416,+ 12 lined blanks interleaved with each Calendar month + 2 leaves of advertisements tipped in. Index. 8vo, pressed dark green cloth, blind-stamped lettering to both boards, advertisements to endpapers. First published as "The Farmer's almanack, forthe year of our Lord 1824", the title was changed to "Belcher's Farmer's A lmanack" in 1832. The founder of the Almanac was Clement Horton Belcher. Hepublished the Almanac from 1824 until his death in 1869. After Belcher's d eath, the firm of McAlpine and Barnes continued the publication under the founder's name until 1930. Includes lists of Light Houses (pp 199-283), and approximately 30 pages of advertisements. Front inner hinge broken, rear inner hinge cracked, bookworm holes to rear outer hinge, cloth rubbed and with minor stains, else a good, wartime issue. 75.00

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122 Belcher's Almanack - Nova Scotia - Maritime Provinces - Almanack / Almanac Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. 96, For the Year of our Lord 1919. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental, Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc.
Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., Halifax, N.S. , 1918, 
(Belcher's Almanack). Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. XCVI, For the Year of our Lord 1919. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental, Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc. Halifax, N.S.: Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., 1918. Pp [1]-456,+ 12 blanks interleaved with each Calendar month + 21 leaf of advertisements tipped in. Index. Small8vo, pressed red cloth, blind-stamped lettering to both boards, advertisem ents to endpapers. First published as "The Farmer's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1824", the title was changed to "Belcher's Farmer's Almanack" in 1832. The founder of the Almanac was Clement Horton Belcher. He publishedthe Almanac from 1824 until his death in 1869. After Belcher's death, the firm of McAlpine and Barnes continued the publication under the founder's name until 1930. Includes lists of Light Houses (pp 203-309), and approximately 20 pages of advertisements. Covers rubbed, inner hinges cracked, typed paper label to spine, else good to very good. 50.00

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123 Belcher's Almanack - Nova Scotia - Maritime Provinces - Almanack / Almanac Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. 97, For the Year of our Lord 1920. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental,Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc
Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., Halifax, N.S. , 1920, 
(Belcher's Almanack). Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. XCVII, For the Year of our Lord 1920. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental, Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc. Halifax,N.S.: Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., 1920. Pp [1]-448,+ 4 leaves of advertisem ents tipped in. Index. Small 8vo, colour illustrated wrappers. First published as "The Farmer's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1824", the title was changed to "Belcher's Farmer's Almanack" in 1832. The founder of the Almanac was Clement Horton Belcher. He published the Almanac from 1824 until his death in 1869. After Belcher's death, the firm of McAlpine and Barnes continued the publication under the founder's name until 1930. Includes lists of Light Houses (pp 206-299). Lacking top inch of detached front cover, back cover worn and nearly detached, pencilled notes to margins, else good. Asis. 25.00

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124 Belcher's Almanack - Nova Scotia - Maritime Provinces - Almanack / Almanac Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. 97, For the Year of our Lord 1920. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental,Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc
Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., Halifax, N.S. , 1920, 
(Belcher's Almanack). Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. XCVII, For the Year of our Lord 1920. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental, Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc. Halifax,N.S.: Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., 1920. Pp [1]-448,+ 4 leaves of advertisem ents tipped in. Index. Small 8vo, colour illustrated wrappers. First published as "The Farmer's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1824", the title was changed to "Belcher's Farmer's Almanack" in 1832. The founder of the Almanac was Clement Horton Belcher. He published the Almanac from 1824 until his death in 1869. After Belcher's death, the firm of McAlpine and Barnes continued the publication under the founder's name until 1930. Includes lists of Light Houses (pp 206-299). Front cover worn and detached, back cover worn and nearly detached, else good. As is. 30.00

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125 Belcher's Almanack - Nova Scotia - Maritime Provinces - Almanack / Almanac Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. 99, For the Year of our Lord 1922. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental,Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc.
Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., Halifax, N.S. , 1922, 
(Belcher's Almanack). Belcher's Farmers' Almanac For the Maritime Provinces, Dominion of Canada, Vol. XCIX, For the Year of our Lord 1922. Astronomical, Marine, Governmental, Educational, Ecclesiastical, Legal, Etc. Halifax, N.S.: Royal Print & Litho, Ltd., 1922. Pp [1]-446. Index. Small 8vo, colourillustrated wrappers. First published as "The Farmer's almanack, for the y ear of our Lord 1824", the title was changed to "Belcher's Farmer's Almanack" in 1832. The founder of the Almanac was Clement Horton Belcher. He published the Almanac from 1824 until his death in 1869. After Belcher's death, the firm of McAlpine and Barnes continued the publication under the founder's name until 1930. Includes lists of Light Houses (pp 204-297). Lacking covers, tears to spine ends, corners chipped and creased, else good. As is. 20.00

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126 BELL, Nathan, and Mrs. Jean CARRUTHERS (compilers) Bell History.
1965, 
BELL, Nathan, and Mrs. Jean CARRUTHERS (compilers). The Bell History. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960s?]. Pp (2),[1]-43 leaves, printed one side only. Illustrated. 4to, green duotang binding. The genealogy of the Bell family of Cape Traverse, P.E.I. Tears at punched holes area, rubbed, penned name, one penned correction, else a good copy of the original. As is. 75.00

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127 BELL, Nathan, and Mrs. Jean CARRUTHERS (compilers) Bell History. Photocopy
1965, 
BELL, Nathan, and Mrs. Jean CARRUTHERS (compilers). The Bell History. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960s?]. Pp (3),[1]-43 leaves, printed one side only. Illustrated. 4to, pale green duotang binding. A xerox copy made in 1972, with poor quality reproduction of illustrations. The genealogy of the Bell family of Cape Traverse, P.E.I. Top margin browned, rusted at spine, penned title to front cover, penned name and note, some penned corrections, else a good xeroxed copy only. 20.00

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128 Belmont Women`s Institute History of Belmont, Prince Edward Island. By Belmont W.I.
Belmont Women`s Institute, Belmont, P.E.I., 1973, 
(Belmont Women`s Institute). The History of Belmont, Prince Edward Island. By Belmont W.I. (Belmont, P.E.I.: Belmont Women`s Institute, Centennial Project 1973). Pp (2),[1]-78. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated yellow stapled card covers, lettered in red. Contents : Essay on Island Heritage; Land Question on P.E.I.; Living Conditions on P.E.I.; Early Acadians of P.E.I, and Belmont; The First English Settlers; History of Belmont; Industries (Past and Present - Carriage Building – Tanning - Saw Hill - Mussel Mud Digging- Blacksmithing - Silver Fox Industry - Fishing - Agriculture); Handicraft s; Transportation; History of Belmont Baptist Church; Belmont Women's Missionary Society; First Presbytery; Belmont School; Youth Organizations; Belmont Women's Institute; Items of Interest ('Firsts' In Belmont - Rose Hill Farm - History of Belmont Park - Pictures of Interest - Oldest House - Post Office - The Late Howard Fraser); World Wars I and II; Peace Time Service; Family and Farm Histories; Memories of Belmont (Poem). Penned name, else very good. 50.00

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129 BENNETT, Paul W. Vanishing Schools, Threatened Communities : The Contested Schoolhouse in Maritime Canada, 1850-2010.
Fernwood Publishing, Halifax and Winnipeg, 2011, ISBN:9781552664018 
BENNETT, Paul W. Vanishing Schools, Threatened Communities : The Contested Schoolhouse in Maritime Canada, 1850-2010. Halifax and Winnipeg : Fernwood Publishing, (2011). Pp [i]-x,1-190. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. Contents : 1. Schoolhouses and Communities — An EndangeredHeritage. 2. The Advent of the Modern Education State. 3. The Rural One-Ro om Schoolhouse. 4. The Urban Palace Schools. 5. Modernization — Surviving the Onslaught of Progress. 6. Consolidation, Bureaucracy, and the People. 7.Retrenchment — Declining Enrolment and School Closures. 8. The School Save rs and Their Mission. Epilogue: Restoring and Humanizing Public Education. Corner crease, else very good. Signed with inscription by the author. 20.00

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130 BENNETT, Paul W. Vanishing Schools, Threatened Communities : The Contested Schoolhouse in Maritime Canada, 1850-2010.
Fernwood Publishing, Halifax and Winnipeg, 2011, ISBN:9781552664018 
BENNETT, Paul W. Vanishing Schools, Threatened Communities : The Contested Schoolhouse in Maritime Canada, 1850-2010. Halifax and Winnipeg : Fernwood Publishing, (2011). Pp [i]-x,1-190. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. "Traditional schoolhouses and neighbourhood schools are disappearing at an alarming rate, maknig way for hughe schools that serve multiple communities and adhere to the logic of modernization, centralization,and uniformity. In 'Vanishing Schools, Threatened Communities', Paul W. Be nnett exploes the phenomenon of school closures, focusing on the little known and contentious history of public schooling in Maritime Canada from 1850until the present. In a lively and stimulating narrative, Bennett examines the rise of common schooling from one-room schoolhouses taht encouraged lo cal democratic control through to 'super sized' schools governed by a vast bureaucracy that silences public participation. Local 'save our schools' movements do arise in cities, towns, and villages throughout the Maritimes but rarely succeed in slowing the unrelenting march of 'progress'. Bennet contends that in both urban and rural Maritime Canada, closing schools rips out a social anchor vital to community survival and imperils the democratic ideals that originally guided the public school system. He shows that education is increasingly dominated by a bureaucratic state where the 'bigger is better' ideology and an impersonal, unresponsive organizational apparatus drive the entire system. The book closes with a clarion call to completely reinvent public educatuion to better serve the needs of our children and ourcommunities." -from the rear cover. Contents : 1. Schoolhouses and Communi ties — An Endangered Heritage. 2. The Advent of the Modern Education State.3. The Rural One-Room Schoolhouse. 4. The Urban Palace Schools. 5. Moderni zation — Surviving the Onslaught of Progress. 6. Consolidation, Bureaucracy, and the People. 7. Retrenchment — Declining Enrolment and School Closures. 8. The School Savers and Their Mission. Epilogue: Restoring and Humanizing Public Education. Very good. 15.00

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131 BERNARD, Antoine Acadie Vivante. card covers.
Édition du Devoir, 1945, 
BERNARD, Antoine. L'Acadie Vivante: Histoire du peuple acadien de ses origines à nos jours. Montreal : Édition du Devoir, 1945. Pp (6),[5]-182. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, card covers.
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Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. card covers, BERNARD, Antoine
132 BERNARD, Antoine Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. card covers
Les Clercs de SaintViateur, Montréal , 1935, 
BERNARD, Antoine. Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. Avec cartes et illustrations. Montréal : Les Clercs de SaintViateur, (1935). First Edition. Pp (6),[3]-465,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Avant-propos, 1. Le pays Acadien; 2. Les ruines de 1755; 3. L'oeuvre de l'Abbé Bourg en Acadie; 4. Les origines Françaises du Nouveau-Brunswick oriental; 5. Débuts de la région de Memramcook (1766-1812); 6. Débuts de la région de Caraquet (1755-1812); 7. Pâle demi-siècle au Nouveau-Brunswick (1812-1864); 8. Progrès Acadien au Nouveau-Brunswick oriental (depuis 1864); 9. Le Madawaska-Restigouche; 10. La Nouvelle-Écosse (pp.225-274); 11. L'île du Cap-Breton (pp.275-307); 12. L'île du Prince-Edouard (pp.308-331); 13. Les îles de la Madeleine; 14. Labrador et Anticosti; 15. Regions Acadiennes de la province de Québec; Appendices : A. L'église-souvenir de Grand-Pré et les «voyages du Souvenir»; B. La Societé acadienne de l'Assomption; C. La population acadienne des Provinces Maritimes; D. Notes d'un voyageur français en Acadie, en 1934; E. La langue française et les Acadiens. Very good 80.00

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133 BERNARD, Antoine Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. card covers
Les Clercs de SaintViateur, Montréal , 1935, 
BERNARD, Antoine. Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. Avec cartes et illustrations. Montréal : Les Clercs de SaintViateur, (1935). First Edition. Pp (6),[3]-465,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Avant-propos, 1. Le pays Acadien; 2. Les ruines de 1755; 3. L'oeuvre de l'Abbé Bourg en Acadie; 4. Les origines Françaises du Nouveau-Brunswick oriental; 5. Débuts de la région de Memramcook (1766-1812); 6. Débuts de la région de Caraquet (1755-1812); 7. Pâle demi-siècle au Nouveau-Brunswick (1812-1864); 8. Progrès Acadien au Nouveau-Brunswick oriental (depuis 1864); 9. Le Madawaska-Restigouche; 10. La Nouvelle-Écosse (pp.225-274); 11. L'île du Cap-Breton (pp.275-307); 12. L'île du Prince-Edouard (pp.308-331); 13. Les îles de la Madeleine; 14. Labrador et Anticosti; 15. Regions Acadiennes de la province de Québec; Appendices : A. L'église-souvenir de Grand-Pré et les «voyages du Souvenir»; B. La Societé acadienne de l'Assomption; C. La population acadienne des Provinces Maritimes; D. Notes d'un voyageur français en Acadie, en 1934; E. La langue française et les Acadiens. Some darkening, chipping and tears to spine, aprticualrly at head & foot, edgwear, esle very good and internally clean 65.00

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Le Drame Acadien Depuis 1604. card covers, BERNARD, Antoine
134 BERNARD, Antoine Le Drame Acadien Depuis 1604. card covers
Les Clercs de Saint-Viateur, Montréal , 1936, 
BERNARD, Antoine. Le Drame Acadien Depuis 1604. Avec cartes et illustrations. Montréal : Les Clercs de Saint-Viateur, (1936). Pp (4),[7]-459,(5). 8vo,card covers. Avant-propos 1. Premières explorations; Poutrincourt à Port-R oyal; 2. Premiers missionnaires d'Acadie; 3. Sir William Alexander et les deux Latour; 4. Richelieu, Razilly et l'Acadie; 5. Charles d'Aulnay à Port-Royal; 6. Nicolas Denys, chef d'industrie en Acadie; 7. Nicolas Denys, publiciste de l'Acadie; 8. L'Acadie au temps de La Vallière; 9. Deux visiteurs de marque en Acadie en 1686; 10. Une colonie chancelante; 11. L'Acadie de 1700, vue par Diéreville; 12. Fin de régime français en Acadie; 13. Les Acadiens s'attachent à la Nouvelle-Ecosse; 14. Fin tragique de l'ancienne Acadie; 15. Dénouement du drame: une nouvelle Acadie. Avec Appendices et Index des noms de personnes. Very good. 80.00

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135 BERROUARD, Leon Green Damsel and the Silver Doctor. signed.
Square Deal Publications, Charlottetown, PEI, 1978, ISBN:0920078168 
BERROUARD, Leon. The Green Damsel and the Silver Doctor . Charlottetown, PEI: Square Deal Publications, (1978). Pp. 65. 8vo, illustrated green card covers. A collection of poems by a resident of Rose Valley, PEI. Vg. Signed and inscribed by the author on the ffep. 30.00

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136 BETTS, E. Arthur BLACK, William, Bishop. Bishop Black and His Preachers. orig. ed ex-lib signed.
Maritime Conference Archives, Pine Hill Divinity Hall, 1974, 
BETTS, E. Arthur. Bishop Black and His Preachers : The Story of Maritime Methodism to 1825. Halifax: Maritime Conference Archives, Pine Hill Divinity Hall, 1974. Original edition. Pp 80. 4to, stapled card covers. Ex-library (bar code, adhesive remains, inkstamps), slightly rubbed, else vg. Bound photocopied typescript. Signed by author. 25.00

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137 BEVERIDGE, Julian, Norman MUNROE and Wayne CHASE MUNROE, Norman CHASE, Wayne BEVERIDGE, Julian Historic Inns of Canada's East Coast
Formac, Halifax, 1997, 
BEVERIDGE, Julian, Norman MUNROE and Wayne CHASE. Historic Inns of Canada'sEast Coast : A Select Colourguide. Featuring Photography by Julian Beverid ge, Norman Munroe and Wayne Chase. Halifax : Formac Publishing Company Limited, 1997. Pp [1]-72. Illustrated. Sq 8vo, card covers. Vg-fine. 9.00

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138 BILL, I.E., Rev. Fifty Years with the Baptist Ministers and Churches of the Maritime Provinces of Canada
Barnes and Company, Saint John, N.B., 1880, 
BILL, I.E., Rev. Fifty Years with the Baptist Ministers and Churches of theMaritime Provinces of Canada. Saint John : Barnes and Company, 1880. Pp xi i,[13]-778, port.frontis., plates. 8vo, brick red cloth. Griffin-Allwood, et al., Baptists in Canada, 44, Watters p 761, Rhodenizer p 343, Vaison p.6.A very full account with much biographical material. Chapters : 1. Henry A lline and his Ministry (pp.13-18); 2. David George and his Work; 3. The Planting of the Early Churches : Sackville, N. B. Horton, Newport, Cornwallis,Chester, Argyle, Halifax, Promiscous Churches, Early Churches in New Bruns wick; 4. The Rise and Progress of the Baptist Association of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick; 5. A New Epoch: The great revival of 1828-29 The Formationof the Granville Street Church in Halifax; The Rise of our Educational Ins ti tutions ; 6. The Nova Scotia Association from 1829 to 1850; 7. The Educational Policy of the Baptists Fought Out (pp.110-127); 8. Pen and Ink Sketches of the Fathers and Their Early Associates in the Ministry : Edward Manning (pp.129-141), Theodore Seth Harding (pp.141-160), James Manning, ThomasHandley Chipman, Thomas Ansley, John Burton, Joseph Dimock, Harris Harding (pp.183-204), Joseph Crandall (pp.204-215), James Innis, Elijah Estabrooks , Enoch Towner, James Munro, Peter Crandall, John Craig, David Nutter, Israel Potter, Lathrop Hammond, Samuel McCully, David Harris, Edmund Reis, William Chipman (pp.251-261), George Dimock , Nathan Cleaveland; 9. Biographical Skeyches: Hon. J. W. Johnston , Judge in Equity (pp.264-271); Hon. W. B. Kinnear, M.L.C., Judge of Probate, Etc. (pp.271-277); , Rev. Richard Bur pee , Rev. R.W. Cunningham, Rev. Richard McLearn (pp.284-300), Rev. Charles Lewis, Rev. Alex. McDonald, Rev. Samuel Elder, Rev. Elisha Budd DeMill, Richard Creed , Rev. Levi H. Marshall, Simon Fitch, Rev. William Burton, Rev. Jarvis Ring, Rev. Charles Miller, Rev. Timothy Robinson, James W. Nutting, Rev. John Davis, Rev. Charles Spurden, D.D., Rev. James Parker, Rev. A R R. Crawley, Hon. Jonathan McCully, Judge of the Supreme Court of N.S., Etc. (pp.337-340), Rev. A. S. Hunt, Rev. George Richardson, Rev. Willard G. Parker, Rev. James Austen Smith; 10. The Convention and Its Mission (pp.348-572);11. The First Baptist Association of New Brunswick (pp.573-602); 12. A Bri ef Sketch of the Eastern and Western Associations of New Brunswick (pp.603-625); 13. The Central, Eastern, and Western Associations of Nova Scotia (pp.626-661); 14. A Historical Sketch of the Baptists of Prince Edward Island (pp.662-680); 15. Biographical Sketches and Memorial Sermons: Rev. Charles Tupper, D.D. {pp.681-735}, Professor Isaac Chipman, Rev. R H. Emmerson, Senator Caleb R. Bill, Rev. Samuel Robinson; 16. Revival Letters, and Records of Gospel Labour by Living Ministers. With index. Hinges cracked and nearlydetached, covers rubbed and a bit stained, name. A good reading copy. 60.0 0

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139 BILL, I.E., Rev. Fifty Years with the Baptist Ministers and Churches of the Maritime Provinces of Canada. lacking frontis.
Barnes and Company, Saint John, N.B., 1880, 
BILL, I.E., Rev. Fifty Years with the Baptist Ministers and Churches of theMaritime Provinces of Canada. Saint John : Barnes and Company, 1880. Pp xi i,[13]-778, plates. 8vo, brick red cloth. Griffin-Allwood, et al., Baptistsin Canada, 44, Watters p 761, Rhodenizer p 343, Vaison p.6. A very full ac count with much biographical material. Chapters : 1. Henry Alline and his Ministry (pp.13-18); 2. David George and his Work; 3. The Planting of the Early Churches : Sackville, N. B. Horton, Newport, Cornwallis, Chester, Argyle, Halifax, Promiscous Churches, Early Churches in New Brunswick; 4. The Rise and Progress of the Baptist Association of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick; 5. A New Epoch: The great revival of 1828-29 The Formation of the Granville Street Church in Halifax; The Rise of our Educational Insti tutions ; 6.The Nova Scotia Association from 1829 to 1850; 7. The Educational Policy o f the Baptists Fought Out (pp.110-127); 8. Pen and Ink Sketches of the Fathers and Their Early Associates in the Ministry : Edward Manning (pp.129-141), Theodore Seth Harding (pp.141-160), James Manning, Thomas Handley Chipman, Thomas Ansley, John Burton, Joseph Dimock, Harris Harding (pp.183-204), Joseph Crandall (pp.204-215), James Innis, Elijah Estabrooks, Enoch Towner,James Munro, Peter Crandall, John Craig, David Nutter, Israel Potter, Lath rop Hammond, Samuel McCully, David Harris, Edmund Reis, William Chipman (pp.251-261), George Dimock , Nathan Cleaveland; 9. Biographical Skeyches: Hon. J. W. Johnston , Judge in Equity (pp.264-271); Hon. W. B. Kinnear, M.L.C., Judge of Probate, Etc. (pp.271-277); , Rev. Richard Bur pee , Rev. R.W. Cunningham, Rev. Richard McLearn (pp.284-300), Rev. Charles Lewis, Rev. Alex. McDonald, Rev. Samuel Elder, Rev. Elisha Budd DeMill, Richard Creed , Rev. Levi H. Marshall, Simon Fitch, Rev. William Burton, Rev. Jarvis Ring, Rev. Charles Miller, Rev. Timothy Robinson, James W. Nutting, Rev. John Davis,Rev. Charles Spurden, D.D., Rev. James Parker, Rev. A R R. Crawley, Hon. J onathan McCully, Judge of the Supreme Court of N.S., Etc. (pp.337-340), Rev. A. S. Hunt, Rev. George Richardson, Rev. Willard G. Parker, Rev. James Austen Smith; 10. The Convention and Its Mission (pp.348-572); 11. The First Baptist Association of New Brunswick (pp.573-602); 12. A Brief Sketch of the Eastern and Western Associations of New Brunswick (pp.603-625); 13. The Central, Eastern, and Western Associations of Nova Scotia (pp.626-661); 14. A Historical Sketch of the Baptists of Prince Edward Island (pp.662-680); 15. Biographical Sketches and Memorial Sermons: Rev. Charles Tupper, D.D. {pp.681-735}, Professor Isaac Chipman, Rev. R H. Emmerson, Senator Caleb R. Bill, Rev. Samuel Robinson; 16. Revival Letters, and Records of Gospel Labour by Living Ministers. With index. Lacking ffep and frontispiece, light spotting to edges, some minor shelfwear, else vg. 65.00

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140 BINGLEY, Lois Derby One Eye in the Darkness. signed pbk.
PublishAmerica, Baltimore, MD, 2004, ISBN:1413716377 
BINGLEY, Lois Derby. One Eye in the Darkness . Baltimore, MD: PublishAmerica, (2004). First Printing. Pp. [1]-252,(4). 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with green lettering to front and spine. A novel by the Prince Edward Island-residing author. Vg. Signed and inscribed by Bingley on the title page. 25.00

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