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121 BAGNALL, J. Stanley, Capt. (ed.). HARVEY, D.C. WALKER, A. Stanley SPARLING, H.C. 1932 Annual Journal of The United Services Institute of Nova Scotia. Fifth Year. Volume Five
United Services Institute of Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., 1932, 
BAGNALL, J. Stanley, Capt. (ed.). 1932 Annual Journal of The United Services Institute of Nova Scotia. Fifth Year. Volume Five. Halifax, N.S.: United Services Institute of Nova Scotia, 1932. Pp [1]-138,+ 5 folding maps + 3 plates. Text Maps. 8vo, red printed card covers. Articles of nautical interest : “Minesweeping 1914-1920}” by Lt. D.K. McDermaid (pp 31-38,+ 1 plate) and “Sea Power and Empire” by Prof. A. Stanley Walker (pp 87-101). Other articles : “Nova Scotia and the American Revolution” by Prof. D.C. Harvey (pp 12-30); “The Western Front in 1918” by Lt. Col. H.C. Sparling (pp 39-57); “The Far East” by Prof. Norman MacKenzie (pp 58-67); “Heligoland and German Empire Development” by Prof. F.R. Hayes (pp 68-73); The Rebellion in Burma, 193101932” by Major W.E.H. Talbot (pp 74-86); “The International Aspect of Petroleum” by Major R.L. Dunsmore (pp 102-129,+ 5 fldg maps). Spine chippedand edges, covers faded, name, a few pencilled notes, else good to very go od. 135.00

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122 BAILEY, Chris Howard. McMURRAY, Campbell, (foreword) Royal Naval Museum Book of the Battle of the Atlantic : The Corvettes and Their Crews : An Oral History. in dj.
Wrens Park Publishing, 1998, 
BAILEY, Chris Howard. The Royal Naval Museum Book of the Battle of the Atlantic : The Corvettes and Their Crews : An Oral History. Foreword by Campbell McMurray. [N.p.]: Wrens Park Publishing, (1998). Pp. 156. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated card covered boards. Built originally to serve as a part of coastal convoys, these ships were forced to become trans-Atlantic escorts as the Atlantic fleet of ships became more and more depleted. Staving off u-boat and air attacks, the Corvettes helped to keep the trans-Atlanticshipping and other nautical necessities alive during the Second World War. Gift inscription, else very good in dust jacket 25.00

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123 BAILEY, Dennis M. Aegis : Guided Missile Cruiser. card covers
Motorbooks International, 1991, 
BAILEY, Dennis M. Aegis : Guided Missile Cruiser. Photography by Arnold Meisner. (Osceola, WI) : Motorbooks International, (1991). Pp 96. Illustrated.8vo, card covers. Vg. 12.00

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124 BAILLIE, D.G.O., Captain Sea Affair : An Autobiography. in dj.
Hutchinson, 1957, 
BAILLIE, D.G.O., Captain. A Sea Affair: An Autobiography. L: Hutchinson, (1957). Pp (6),vix,(1),11-290, portrait frontispiece+ 14 p of photographs. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 0667, NMM II:256. The memoirs of a long-serving P & O officer and World War Two Merchant Navy captain. Chapters : 1. Worcester Cadet; 2. First Ship [the Pera]; 3. First War; 4. Watch-Keeper; 5.Spell Ashore; 6. Chief Officer; 7. Armed Merchant Cruiser [H.M.S. Carthage ]; 8. Back to the Red Ensign; 9. First Command; 10. Return to Trade; 11. Arabia Felix; 12. Third War; 13. About Crews; 14. Last Command; 15. The Sea Affair. With index. Vg attractive copy in vg lightly rubbed & unclipped dj. 50.00

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125 BAINBRIDGE, Richard, G. Clifford EVANS, and Oliver RACKHAM (eds.). JERLOV, N.J. LYTHGOE, J.N. HEMMINGS, C.C. Light as an Ecological Factor : A Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Cambridge 30th March - 1 April 1965
Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford , 1966, 
BAINBRIDGE, Richard, G. Clifford EVANS, and Oliver RACKHAM (eds.). Light asan Ecological Factor : A Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Camb ridge 30th March – 1 April 1965. Oxford : Blackwell Scientific Publications, (1966). Pp [i]-xi,(1),1-452,+ 10 plates. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, navy cloth, gilt lettering to spine. The British Ecological Society Symposium Volume Number Six. “Light occupies a special place as an ecological factor because of the number, diversity and importance of the effects which it produces on both plants and animals, because of the complexity of the light climate, and the difficulties which have attended attempts to measure and characterize it. The subjects covered in this symposium include the light climate in general, micrometeorology and methods of measuring ad characterizing thelight climate in the open; woodlands and forests; light penetration, opaci ty and scattering in the open sea, and the influence of these factors upon contrast perception, the sensitivity of the eye and the visibility of underwater objects; and the effect of light on pigmentation and movement of organisms in the littoral zone.” - from the dj. Of special nautical interest : Aspects of Light Measurement in the Sea (by N.J. Jerlov, pp 91-98); FactorsInfluencing the Visibility of Objects Underwater (by C.C. Hemmings, pp 359 -374); Visual Pigments and Underwater Vision (by J.N. Lythgoe, pp 375-392);The Effect of Light Intensity on the Feeding Ecology of Herring (by J.H.S. Blaxter, pp 393-409). Namestamp, else very good in rubbed, slightly nicked , unclipped dustjacket. 35.00

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126 BAIRD, Frank Roger Davis, Loyalist. Canadian Edition.
Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1907, 
BAIRD, Frank. Roger Davis, Loyalist. With four illustrations. Toronto: The Musson Book Company, Limited, n.d. [1907]. (Printed by Unwin Brothers, Limited, The Oresham Press, Woking and London). Pp (4),5-[192], frontis.+ 3 plates. 8vo, pictorial navy blue cloth wiht yellow lettering to front board, gilt titles and further red lettering to spine. Watters p.241, Laugher p.17.Rev. Baird (1870-1951 was born in Chipman New Brunswick and ministered in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland as well as his native province. The latter chapters take place in New Brunswick, (Nova Scotia) : e.g. . 8. Off to Nova Scotia; 9. In the 'True North'; 10. The Treaty [with native people]; 11. Home-Making Begun; 12. Facing the Future; 13. The Governor's Peril; 14. Victory and Reward. The last plate has the caption "'This is Nova Scotia,' he said, pointing to the map." Flyleaf removed, short split to head of front outer hinge, minor chipping to spine ends (not affecting spine lettering), spot near gutter to pp. 91-104, else a sturdy copy. 75.00

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127 BAKER, A. D., III (ed.) PREZELIN, Bernard Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World, 1995. ex-library in dustjacket
Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1995, ISBN:1557501092 
BAKER, A. D., III (ed.). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World, 1995 : Their Ships, Aircraft, and Armament. Derived from Flottes de Combat, edited by Bernard Prezelin. U.S. Naval Institute edition compiled by A..D. Baker III. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, (1995). Pp. ((2),iii-xvi,1-1053,(13). Illustrated. Double column. 4to, blue cloth with silverlettering to front and spine. "This book offers a complete and balanced gu ide to the composition and capabilities of the combat fleets of the world. It is in the only single-volume reference to present the entire programs ofeach of the world's navies, coast guards, and paranaval forces, including information on naval weapons systems, naval aviation, and naval sensors. Detailed characteristics of thousands of ships and craft are listed for some 179 nations and illustrated with more than 4,500 photographs and drawings of extraordinary quality—85 percent of which are new to this edition. A revised format allows for more information per class entry and easy use of the cogent and compact remarks section." (from the dj). Ex-library (spine label, library and discard inkstamps, , some expunged with marker), else very good in dustjacket. 60.00

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128 BAKER, F. Augustin CRESSY, Serenus SWEENEY, Abbot Holy Wisdom, or Directions for the Prayer of Contemplation
Burns, Oates & Washbourne Ltd., 0, 
BAKER, Ven. Father F. Augustin. Holy Wisdom, or Directions for the Prayer of Contemplation. Extracted out of more than Forty Treatises. Methodically Digested R. F. Serenus Cressy. And now edited from the Douay Edition of 1657 by the Right Rev. Abbott Sweeney, D.D. L: Burns, Oates & Washbourne Ltd., [ca.1929?]. Pp. 667. One plate with a facsimile of from the old edition opposite. 8vo, navy cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Spine cloth sunned to brown, short split to front outer hinge, ends bumped, cloth slightly rubbed, previous owner's name inked to ffep, else vg. 100.00

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129 BAKER, William A. ALBION, Robert G., foreword]. History of the Boston Marine Society, 1742-1981 AND The Boston Marine Society in the American War for Independence. Second Edition in dustjacket.
Boston Marine Society, Boston, 1982, 
BAKER, William A. A History of the Boston Marine Society, 1742-1981 AND TheBoston Marine Society in the American War for Independence. [Foreword by R obert G. Albion]. Boston: Boston Marine Society, 1982. Second Edition, withBicentennial Supplement. Pp. (3),iv-x,[1]-398, (1),ii-xi,(1),[1]-67,(7), + 16 p. of black and white illustrations. Map endpapers. Illustrated. 8vo, r ed cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. The Founding; 2. The Incorporation; 3. Lighthouses Before 1775; 4. Boston, 1629-1775; 5. Growth ofTrade, 1629-1775; 6. The Revolution, 1775-1783; 7. The Society, 1783-1812; 8. Aids to Navigation, 1783-1812: Lighthouses -- Beacons and Buoys -- Char ts, Instruments, and Astronomical Data; 9. The Pilotage of Boston Harbor, 1629-1812; 10. Boston and Its Commerce, 1783-1812; 11. The War of 1812; 12. The Society, 1815-1842; 13. Aids to Navigation, 1815-1842; 14. The Pilotage, 1815-1842; 15. Commercial Conditions, 1815-1842; 16. The Society, 1842-1861: The Centennial Celebration -- Other Activities; 17. Aids to Navigation and the Pilotage, 1842-1861; 18. The Clipper Ship Era; 19. The Society, 1861-1891; 20. Aids to Navigation and the Pilotage, 1861-1891; 21. Commercial Conditions, 1861-1891; 22. The Society, 1891-1918; 23. Aids to Navigation and the Pilotage, 1891-1918; 24. Commercial Conditions, 1891-1918; 25. The Society, 1919-1942; 26. Aids to Navigation and the Pilotage, 1919-1942; 27. Commercial Conditions, 1919-1942; 28. The Beginning of the Third Century, 1942-1967. With bibliography and index. Contents in the supplement "The Boston Marine Society in the American War for Independence": George Washington's Navy; The Massachusetts Navy; The Continental Navy; Privateering. With bibliography, appendices, and index. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 25.00

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130 BALDWIN, Christopher. Royal Australian Navy Sea Power Centre Working Paper No. 9. Seaborne Trade Flows in the Asia Pacific : Present and Future Trends
Royal Australian Navy Sea Power Centre, Jervis Bay, Australia, 2001, ISBN:0642295459X 
BALDWIN, Christopher, Commander, RAN. Seaborne Trade Flows in the Asia Pacific : Present and Future Trends. Working Paper No. 9. (Jervis Bay, Australia) : Royal Australian Navy Sea Power Centre and Centre for Maritime Policy,November 2001. Pp (1),ii-viii,[1]-44. Maps. 8vo, white stapled card covers , lettered in blue. Working Paper No. 9. Christopher Baldwin (b. 1951) Contents : Introduction; World Seaborne Trade; APEC Trade; Major Ol and Gas Trade Flows 1999; ASEAN7 Trade Flow; Principal Trade Flow Routes in Asia Pacific; Australian Seaborne Trade; Major Australian Liner Trade Routes; Future APEC Trade Flows; Austraklian Commodities Trade Outlook to 2005.6. Very good. NOTE. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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131 BALDWIN, John, and Ron POWERS. Last Flag Down : The Epic Journey of the Last Confederate Warship.
Three Rivers Press, New York , 2007, ISBN:9780307236562 
BALDWIN, John, and Ron POWERS. Last Flag Down : The Epic Journey of the Last Confederate Warship. New York : Three Rivers Press, (2007). First Paperback Printing. Pp (14),1-354. Illustrated. Map. Index. 8vo, illustrated creamcard covers. “A masterpiece of storytelling, this is not just the story of the Confederate warship Shenandoah's 15,000-mile bid to save the South and then elude capture, but a masterly portrait of the ship's twenty-four-year -old executive officer – penned by the officer's descendant John Baldwin and Pulitzer Prize-wining author Ron Powers.” - from the back cover. Very good. 10.00

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Signet Library Edinburgh and its Librarians 1722-1972.  in dj, BALLANTYNE, G. H.
132 BALLANTYNE, G. H. Signet Library Edinburgh and its Librarians 1722-1972. in dj
Scottish Library Association, Glasgow, 1979, 
BALLANTYNE, G. H. Signet Library Edinburgh and its Librarians 1722-1972. Glasgow: Scottish Library Association, 1979. Pp. 194. 8vo, navy paper coveredboards. Scottish Library Studies no. 6. Previous owner's name inked to ffe p, else vg in price-clipped dj. 80.00

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133 BALLANTYNE, Iain, (ed.) Warships International Fleet Review. May 2010.
HPC Publishing, St. Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex , 2010, 
BALLANTYNE, Iain, (ed.). Warships International Fleet Review. May 2010. (St. Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex : HPC Publishing, 2010). Pp [1]-56. Illustrated. Quadruple Column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : Guardians of the Olympians [on the naval effort to protect the Vancouver games]; Global Carriers Survey Pt.1; Norway's New Horizons; Jack's Floating Legacy Sets Sail; Norwegian Campaign 1970; Hell in 'The Pacific' Pt.2; A Tale of Heroic Endurance; plus News and Commentaries. Nicked, else very good. 6.00

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134 BALLARD, G.A., Admiral. Mariner's Mirror 38:1 offprint Maritime Miscellany 06 Fighting Ship From 1860 to 1890
BALLARD, G.A., Admiral. "The Fighting Ship from 1860 to 1890 ." Pp 23-33. Self-wraps. Maritime Miscellany Series No.6. A reprinted article from The Mariner's Mirror, Vol.38, No.1, February, 1952. Very good. 6.00

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135 BALLARD, Robert D McCONNELL, Malcolm Explorations 1st Cdn in dj
Little Brown (Canada), Toronto, 1995, ISBN:0316079014 
BALLARD, Robert D.; with Malcolm McCONNELL. Explorations : My Quest for Adventure and Discovery Under the Sea. Toronto: Little Brown (Canada), (1995).First Printing. Pp 407. Illustrated with [48] pp of coloured plates. 8vo, navy cloth spine with blue paper covered boards. This is the story of the man, who in 1985, discovered the remains of the Titanic 12,500 feet below the surface of the Atlantic. "Dr. Robert Ballard is the world's most renownedand accomplished oceanographer-a scientist and adventurer whose feats of e xploration and discovery have enraptured the world." -from the dust jacket.Very good in rubbed dj. 22.00

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136 BALLARD, Robert D. and Rick ARCHBOLD ARCHBOLD, Rick DOUBILET, David THIESSEN, Mark Return to Midway in dj
National Geographic, 1999, 
BALLARD, Robert D. and Rick ARCHBOLD. Return to Midway : [...from dust jacket The Quest to Find the Yorktown and the Other Lost Ships From the PivotalBattle of the Pacific War]. Principal photography by David Doubilet, addit ional photography by Mark Thiessen, Keith Moorehead and Glen Marullo; underwater paintings by Ken Marschall; technical and historical consultation by Robert J. Cressman, Charles Haberlein, Jr., and John Lundstrom. Washington,D. C.: National Geographic, (1999). Pp 191, richly illustrated with numero us b/w and color photographs, many full page. 4to, grey cloth gilt lettering to spine and cover. "In spring 1998 Robert Ballard and his team sailed into the waters off Midway Island. Their mission - to locate and photograph the ships sunk in the epic 1942 battle that changed the course of the Pacific War. But Dr. Ballard soon found himself facing the greatest challenge of his career. The lost ships of Midway lay over three miles down and within avast potential search area. Return to Midway is both an exciting modern-da y adventure story - and the final chapter in one of this century's epic naval battles." -from the dust jacket. Very good in dj. 30.00

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137 BALLARD, Robert D. National Geographic 167:4 KRISTOF, Emory NR-1 THe Navy's Inner-Space Shuttle
National Geographic, 1985, 
BALLARD, Robert D. and Emory KRISTOF. "How We Found Titanic." An article in The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 167, No.4, April 1985. Pp 450-459. Illustrated with 11 colour photographs, 3 diagrams and a map. Chipped at spine, else vg. 4.00

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138 BALLARD, Robert D., with Michael Hamilton MORGAN MORGAN, Michael Hamilton AMBROSE, Stephen E., intro.] Graveyards of the Pacific : From Pearl Harbor to Bikini Atoll.
National Geographic, Washington, D.C., 2001, ISBN:0792263669 
BALLARD, Robert D., with Michael Hamilton MORGAN. Graveyards of the Pacific: From Pearl Harbor to Bikini Atoll. [Introduction by Stephen E. Ambrose]. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, (2001). Pp. (6),7-255,(1). Illustra ted. Maps. Double Column. Index. 4to, blue cloth, copper lettering to spine. "At the entrance to Pearl Harbor we seek the wreck of a Japanese midget submarine, perhaps the first casualty of the Pacific war. Near Savo Island we explore Iron Bottom Sound, so named because of the many warships that metviolent ends during the months of bitter combat on Guadalcanal. From the b ridge of a research vessel tossing on the wavesnortheast of Midway we watchas the majestic wreck of the Yorktown takes shape on a television screen, an image unseen for six decades ever since the grim afternoon in 1942 when an enemy torpedo sent her to the bottom 17,000 feet below." - from the dj. Contents : 1. Pearl Harbor. 2. Coral Sea. 3. Midway. 4. Guadalcanal. 5. Truk Lagoon. 6. Philippine Sea. 7. Bikini Atoll. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 28.00

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139 BALSTON, Dacre Oxford Life. 2nd pr in dj
Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1962, 
BALSTON, Dacre. Oxford Life second edition. L.: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1962. pp 288, frontis + 14 pp plates. navy cl. photo illustrated ep's. Vg-fine indj (tears, small section lacking from head of spine). 35.00

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140 Bank of Nova Scotia) Bank of Nova Scotia 1832-1932. cloth.
(Bank of Nova Scotia). The Bank of Nova Scotia 1832-1932. (Tor : Designed and printed by Photo Engravers & Electrotypers Ltd., 1932). Pp (5),6-166,(2). 8vo, navy cloth. Faint soiling to front board, inner hinges starting, else vg. 35.00

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