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141 MacDONALD, Eric Grant, and William Stephen MACDONALD Fundy Tidal Power : A Bibliography and Guide to an Assessment of Its SocialImpact. Second printing (?)
Institute of Public Affairs, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 1979, ISBN:0889260192 
MacDONALD, Eric Grant, and William Stephen MACDONALD. Fundy Tidal Power : ABibliography and Guide to an Assessment of Its Social Impact. Prepared for Community Planning Division, Department of Municipal Affairs, Province of Nova Scotia. Halifax, Canada : Institute of Public Affairs, Dalhousie University, 1979. Second Printing (?). Pp (6),v-vi,1-82,(2). Map. 4to, illustrated white card covers, with blank spine. "This publication has been prepared as a guide to the literature and resource material needed to conduct a detailed assessment of the impact such a proposed project might have on the poeple of the Bay of Fundy region. While most of the references cited are specifically related to such an assessment, a number of works, especially those in the first two sections, are relevant to an examination of the impact of any large scale private, or public project." (Introduction, p. 3). Contents : Introduction. I. Social Impact Assessment. A. The "State of the Art."B. Case Studies in Impact Assessment. II. Selected Background Readings. A. Economics and Regional Development. B. Industry and Labour. C. Sociology. D. Planning and Public Participation. E. Techniques of Analysis. III. The Atlantic Provinces. IV. New Brunswick. A. General Works. B. Albert County. C. St. John County. D. Westmoreland County. V. Nova Scotia. A. General Works. B. Colchester County. C. Cumberland County. D. Hants County. E. Pictou County. VI. Fundy Tidal Power. Spine lightly browned, else very good. 30.00

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142 MacKAY, Donald Scotland Farewell : The People of the Hector. First Paperback Printing
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1980, ISBN:0075485060 
MacKAY, Donald. Scotland Farewell : The People of the Hector. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, (1980). First Paperback Printing. Pp (5),vi-xxvi,[1]-229,(1) + 8-page cenrtal section of b&w illustrations. Maps. 8vo (136 x214 mm), art-illustrated blue card covers with red lettering to spine. Wil liam Donald MacKay (b. July 17, 1925, East Portapique, Colchester County - d. August 28, 2011, Wolfville, Nova Scotia) Canadian journalist and historian, who grew up in Windsor and Halifax. MacKay's third book. "This is the story of the Highland Scots who sailed to Pictou, Nova Scotia, in 1773 on the Hector and who pioneered the large-scale emigration of Scots to Nova Scotia. They came for many reasons: the famine of the previous spring, the pressures of recent population increases due to a higher birth rate, , intolerable rent increases, trouble with the law, the hunger of landless men to ownland of their own. But when the settlers arrived at Pictou, after an appal ling, storm-tossed crossing in the hold of old brig Hector, they found theyhad been deceived. The promised prime farming land turned out to be virgin forest. Only the kindness of the Micmac Indians and the handful of New Eng landers already settled in the area enabled them to survive until they learned how to exploit the forests and clear land for farming. But survive theydid, and their prosperity encouraged shiploads of emigrants, many fellow c lansmen, to join them, making northeastern Nova Scotia a true New Scotland." - rear cover. Preface (dated March 1980 in Montreal); Introduction. Part I : After Culloden. 1. One Loch Broom; 2. Land of the Mountain and the Flood; 3. The Forfeited Estates; 4. A Rage of Emigration; 5. Mr. Pagan and Dr. Witherspoon; 6. The Hector. Part II : Nova Scotia. 7. The Great Land Grab; 8. The Philadelphia Plantation; 9. The Gloomy Forest; 10. A New Scotland. Appendices. With References and index. Very good. 15.00

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143 MacKAY, Donald Scotland Farewell : The People of the Hector. First Edition in dustjacket.
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1980, ISBN:0070923787 
MacKAY, Donald. Scotland Farewell : The People of the Hector. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited / Edinburgh : Paul Harris Publishing, (1980). First Printing. Pp. (5),vi-xxvi,[1]-229,(1) + 8 p. of plates. Maps. 8vo, light brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine. William Donald MacKay (b. July 17, 1925, East Portapique, Colchester County - d. August 28, 2011, Wolfville,Nova Scotia) Canadian journalist and historian, who grew up in Windsor and Halifax. "This is the story of the Highland Scots who sailed to Pictou, No va Scotia, in 1773 on the Hector and who pioneered the large-scale emigration of Scots to Nova Scotia. Fleeing the overcrowding, starvation and persecution that followed the defeat of Prince Charles's Jacobite army by the English at Culloden, they sailed in search of a land they could call their own. With the breakdown of the clan system came vicious rents charged by absentee chiefs and arbitrary rule of bureaucrats hundreds of miles away; the security of a long-established way of life had disappeared and their only choice was to starve or leave." - from the dust jacket. Part One: After Culloden. Part Two: Nova Scotia. With references and index. Very good in edgeworndustjacket. 25.00

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144 MacKAY, Donald. Safe Passage : Travels Through the Twentieth Century. First Edition.
Robin Brass Studio, 2010, ISBN:9781896941615 
MacKAY, Donald. Safe Passage : Travels Through the Twentieth Century. N.pl.: Robin Brass Studio, (2010). First Edition. Pp (8),1-[224],(2). Illustrat ed. Maps. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, black spine. William Donald MacKay (b. July 17, 1925, East Portapique, Colchester County - d. August 28,2011, Wolfville, Nova Scotia) Canadian journalist and historian, who grew up in Windsor and Halifax. "This is the story of one veteran writer’s adventures in a tumultuous century that witnessed the world's greatest devastation as well as its greatest prosperity. Bitten by the urge for travel and adventure, Donald MacKay went to sea as an apprentice sailor on an oil tankerin the Second World War. After the war, he became a reporter in Canada and then a foreign correspondent based in Europe during the Cold War. He cover ed the birth of NATO, the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, the building of theBerlin Wall, the May 1968 Paris student insurrection, and assignments in C hina during the Cultural Revolution and in Africa and India when colonial empires were falling apart. He reported on the last years of Sir Winston Churchill, interviewed Lord Bertrand Russell when the philosopher was imprisoned for civil disobedience, and met Dr. Albert Schweitzer on his way from Africa to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Born on the eve of the Great Depression, MacKay tells of growing up in a world before TV and globalization, when automobiles and air travel were a novelty and young people like himself suffered from diseases that have since been conquered. He recalls what it was like to work as a reporter across Canada in the years after the war and in Montreal during the FLQ crisis. Since retiring from journalism in 1975, Donald MacKay has written ten books of Canadian social and industrial history. Having spent most of the 1990s in a farmhouse in southern Ireland, he has now come to rest with his wife, Barbara, in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, not far from where he grew up in sight of Cape Blomidon." - from the back cover.Very good. 14.00

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Sabots and Slippers.  First Edition, Signed, MacKENZIE, Kenneth F.
145 MacKENZIE, Kenneth F. Sabots and Slippers. First Edition, Signed
1954, 1954 
MacKENZIE, Kenneth F. Sabots and Slippers. N.pl. [Toronto ?] : ("Privately Printed", 1954). "Printed by Rous & Mann Press Limited". First Edition. Pp (6), 7-131, (1). Illustrated (with 4 tipped-in b&w portraits) and with a small sketch of MacKenzie and a printed signature on the last page. 8vo, green paper-covered boards, white lettering and decoration to front, blank spine.

Kenneth F. McKenzie (b. October 7, 1882, somewhere in Nova Scotia - d. ?).
MacKenzie seems to have been living in Toronto at the time of publication.

Limited Edition of 300.

Part I. Prefaces. 1. Pre-Amble; 2. Sabots and Slippers; 3. Footnote on heredity and environment; 4. Faith in which the Fathers walked; 5. Introduction.

Part II. The Blanchard Story: 6. The Blanchards in New England; 7. The Missing Link; 8. The Blanchards in Nova Scotia; 9. Grandmother Blanchard's Day.

Part III. The Presbyterians from Londonderry: 10. Londonderry, New Hampshire; 11. Tommy Miller's Book (Truro, Nova Scotia); 12. The Charles Dickson Family and the great S.G.W. [Samuel George William Archibald (February 5, 1777 – January 28, 1846)]; 13. The Archibald Family (Fishers and Taylors).

Part IV. The Mackenzies: 14. Strahhalladale and the Laird of Melvich; 15. The Family Legend; 16. Joseph and the Widow Mackenzie; 17. Uncle William; 18. Hugh Mackenzie I; 19. Jean Blanchard Mackenzie; 20. Hugh Mackenzie II.

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Petticoat Doctors : The First Forty Years of Women in Medicine at DalhousieUniversity. First Edition, MacLEOD, Enid Johnson HINDS, Barbara, introduction WHITTIER, Jean MURRAY, Florence Jessie
146 MacLEOD, Enid Johnson HINDS, Barbara, introduction WHITTIER, Jean MURRAY, Florence Jessie Petticoat Doctors : The First Forty Years of Women in Medicine at DalhousieUniversity. First Edition
Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach / Porters Lake, 1990, ISBN:0919001602 1990 
MacLEOD, Enid Johnson. Petticoat Doctors : The First Forty Years of Women in Medicine at Dalhousie University. With an Introduction by Barbara Hinds. Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada / (Porters Lake) : Pottersfield Press, (1990). First Printing. Pp (4),5-128. Illustrated with 56 b&w photos in the text. 8vo, pink photo-illustrated cardcovers.

Enid Johnson Macleod, née Gladys Enid Johnson (b. 1909, Jacksonville, New Brunswick - d. May 27, 2001).

"By 1989, 566 women had graduated from the Dalhousie Medical School. This is the story of the first 46 women who became doctors during the first forty years, from 1894 to 1933. Historically, medicine was practised primarily by men. Yet in the Victorian era, with its social climate of male dominance, prejudice and obsessive modesty, a few women dared to seek entry into this exclusive male dominion. In Nova Scotia, it was not until 1881 that Dalhousie University allowed women to be admitted to the study of medicine. The first to graduate, 13 years later, was the "fiery, determined" Annie Isabella Hamilton [of Brookfield, Colchester County]. Petticoat Doctors reveals the lives of Annie and the daring women who followed in her footsteps." - rear cover.

In alphabetical order :
Irene Viola Allen,
Annie Almira Anderson (later Dickson),
Minna May Austen,
Euphemia Bessie Balcom (native of Aylesford),
Bessie Angela Bober,
Winnifred Brenda Braine, Roberta Bond (later Nichols, a Newfoundland native),
Eliza Perley Brison (of West Gore, Hants County),
Martha Wyman Brown,
Lalia Barclay Chase (of Port Williams, Kings County),
Margaret Rebecca Chase (of Port Williams, Kings County),
Phebe Kirsten Christianson (a native of Glace Bay, Cape Breton),
Grace Theresa Mary Cragg,
Anna St. Clair Creighton (pp.83-89),
Victoria Sarah Ernst,
Annie Norman Hennigar ((a native of Noel, Hans County),
Ella Pearl Hopgood,
Marion Robertson Irving, (later O'Brien, native of Buctouche, New Brynswick, sister of K.C. Irving),
Elizabeth Kilpatrick (a native of Sydney Mines, Cape Breton),
Katherine Joanne Mackay (a Pictou Academy graduate),
Eliza Margaret MacKenzie (of Prince Edward Island),
Mary and Jemima MacKenzie (of Waterside, Pictou County),
Jean Augusta MacLean,
Christena Catherine MacLeod (a native of North Sydney, Cape Breton),
Eva Waddell Mader,
Charlotte Munn,
Blanche Margaret Munro,
Anna Isabel Murray (native of Earlstown, Colchester County),
Anna Margaret Murray (a native of Elmfield, Pictou County),
Florence Jessie Murray (pp.60-68, of Pictou County),
Florence Maud O'Donnell,
Clara Mary Olding (originally from Pictou County),
Mabel Patterson (a Pictou Academy graduate),
Louise Alberta Pennington,
Martha Agnes Philp,
Mary Leila Randall,
Mildred Resnick (later Glube, born in Lower Economy),
Grace Rice,
Evelyn Frances Hyslop Rogers,
Minnie Grace Spencer,
Alice Evelyn Thorne (of Karsdale, Digby County),
Elizabeth Hope Thurrott (native of Newcastle Bridge, New Brunswick), and
Jean Whittier (of Rawdon, Hants County).

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147 MacLEOD, Enid Johnson. HINDS, Barbara, introduction. WHITTIER, Jean. MURRAY, Florence Jessie. Petticoat Doctors : The First Forty Years of Women in Medicine at DalhousieUniversity. First Edition, Signed
Pottersfield Press, 1990, ISBN:0919001602 1990 0919001602 / 9780919001602 
MacLEOD, Enid Johnson. Petticoat Doctors : The First Forty Years of Women in Medicine at Dalhousie University. With an Introduction by Barbara Hinds. Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada / (Porters Lake) : Pottersfield Press, (1990). First Printing. Pp (4),5-128. Illustrated with 56 b&w photos in the text. 8vo, pink photo-illustrated cardcovers.

Enid Johnson Macleod, née Gladys Enid Johnson (b. 1909, Jacksonville, New Brunswick - d. May 27, 2001).

"By 1989, 566 women had graduated from the Dalhousie Medical School. This is the story of the first 46 women who became doctors during the first forty years, from 1894 to 1933. Historically, medicine was practised primarily by men. Yet in the Victorian era, with its social climate of male dominance, prejudice and obsessive modesty, a few women dared to seek entry into this exclusive male dominion. In Nova Scotia, it was not until 1881 that Dalhousie University allowed women to be admitted to the study of medicine. The first to graduate, 13 years later, was the "fiery, determined" Annie Isabella Hamilton [of Brookfield, Colchester County]. Petticoat Doctors reveals the lives of Annie and the daring women who followed in her footsteps." - rear cover.

In alphabetical order :
Irene Viola Allen,
Annie Almira Anderson (later Dickson),
Minna May Austen,
Euphemia Bessie Balcom (native of Aylesford),
Bessie Angela Bober,
Winnifred Brenda Braine, Roberta Bond (later Nichols, a Newfoundland native),
Eliza Perley Brison (of West Gore, Hants County),
Martha Wyman Brown,
Lalia Barclay Chase (of Port Williams, Kings County),
Margaret Rebecca Chase (of Port Williams, Kings County),
Phebe Kirsten Christianson (a native of Glace Bay, Cape Breton),
Grace Theresa Mary Cragg,
Anna St. Clair Creighton (pp.83-89),
Victoria Sarah Ernst,
Annie Norman Hennigar ((a native of Noel, Hans County),
Ella Pearl Hopgood,
Marion Robertson Irving, (later O'Brien, native of Buctouche, New Brynswick, sister of K.C. Irving),
Elizabeth Kilpatrick (a native of Sydney Mines, Cape Breton),
Katherine Joanne Mackay (a Pictou Academy graduate),
Eliza Margaret MacKenzie (of Prince Edward Island),
Mary and Jemima MacKenzie (of Waterside, Pictou County),
Jean Augusta MacLean,
Christena Catherine MacLeod (a native of North Sydney, Cape Breton),
Eva Waddell Mader,
Charlotte Munn,
Blanche Margaret Munro,
Anna Isabel Murray (native of Earlstown, Colchester County),
Anna Margaret Murray (a native of Elmfield, Pictou County),
Florence Jessie Murray (pp.60-68, of Pictou County),
Florence Maud O'Donnell,
Clara Mary Olding (originally from Pictou County),
Mabel Patterson (a Pictou Academy graduate),
Louise Alberta Pennington,
Martha Agnes Philp,
Mary Leila Randall,
Mildred Resnick (later Glube, born in Lower Economy),
Grace Rice,
Evelyn Frances Hyslop Rogers,
Minnie Grace Spencer,
Alice Evelyn Thorne (of Karsdale, Digby County),
Elizabeth Hope Thurrott (native of Newcastle Bridge, New Brunswick), and
Jean Whittier (of Rawdon, Hants County).

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148 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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149 MANNING, Gordon P. SANDBORN, Edward Life in the Colchester Reef Lighthouse
Shelburne Museum, 1958, 
MANNING, Gordon P . Life in the Colchester Reef Lighthouse. Drawings by Edward Sandborn. Shelburne, VT: The Shelburne Museum, n. d. Copyright 1958. Pp. 43. 8vo, blue illustrated card covers. Stories about the Colchester Reef Lighthouse on Lake Champlain, Vermont. Small sticker to rear cover, light rubbing, else vg. 10.00

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150 MARSHALL, J. Furber Little Colchester County Telephone History
Colchester Historical Museum, Truro , 1977, 
MARSHALL, J. Furber. A Little Colchester County Telephone History. Truro : Colchester Historical Museum, (1977). Pp [1]-7,(1). 4to, printed on yellow paper, stapled together at upper left corner. "J. Furber Marshall, Archivist and geneologist [sic], Maritime Telephone nd Telaegraph Co., presented [this paper on] 26th May 1977 [at the] Colchester Historical Society Meeting." Very good. 10.00

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151 MATHESON, Glen. Journey in Faith : Salem United Church, Tatamagouche Mountain, Colchester County, Nova Scotia 1886-1986
1986, 
MATHESON, Glen. A Journey in Faith : Salem United Church, Tatamagouche Mountain, Colchester County, Nova Scotia 1886-1986. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [ca 1986]. Pp (2),[1]-46,(1). 4to, illustrated blue card covers, yellow plastic spine. Contents : Introduction; Geography; The Settlers – Their Turbulent Past; Settlement; Education; Industry, Trade and Commerce; Presbyterianism; Methodism; The Baptist Church; The Roman Catholics; Ladies Group; Cemeteries;Conclusion. Appendices : 1871 Census – Presbyterian Families; Early Presby terian Communicants (1840-1903); Methodist Stewards; Members of the Methodist Society (1869-1924); 1871 Census - Baptist Families; 1871 Census – Catholic Families; Tatamagouche Mountain Church (The Clergy - The Elders - The Organists – Secretaries – Treasurers - Stewards – Fincances [sic]); School lists / Tribute to Tatamagouche Mountain Church, June 1986. Penned name, else very good. 40.00

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152 MATTHEWS, W. McN.) Two Centuries of Christian Witness in Truro, Nova Scotia: , First United Church 1760-1960. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Historical Committee, First United Church, Truro, 1960, 
(MATTHEWS, W. McN.). Two Centuries of Christian Witness in Truro, Nova Scotia, First United Church 1760-1960. (Truro : Historical Committee, First United Church, 1960). First Edition. (Printed by Ryerson Press, Toronto). Pp (4),v-viii,(2),1-85,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, tan cloth, gilt lettering to spine. The Genesis (pp.1-12); Saint Paul's Church (pp.40-45, contributed by E. VIncent Forbes). Section on the ministers: Rev. Daniel Cock (1770-1798), Rev. John Waddell (1798-1839), Rev. William McCulloch (1839-1885), Rev. John Robbins (1886-1896), Rev. J.W. Falconer(1896-1901); Rev. G.B. MacLeod (1902-1909), Rev. A.J. McDonald (1909-1913), Rev. W.P. Grant (1913-1920), John Mutch (1920-1927), Rev. K.M. Munro (1927-1930), Rev. Walter McNeill Matthews(1931-1945), Rev. C. Earle Gordon (1945-1957), and Rev. Stanley G. MacQuee n (1957-). McQueen (1915-2006) was a native of Port Morien, Cape Breton. Includes an honour roll for those who served in the first and second world wars. Name else very good in dustjacket. Signed by Matthews on the flyleaf. 22.50

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153 MATTHEWS, Walter McNeill McCULLOCH, William FALCONER, J.W. McQUEEN, Stanley G. Two Centuries of Christian Witness in Truro, Nova Scotia: , First United Church 1760-1960. First Edition in dustjacket
Historical Committee, First United Church, Truro, 1960, 
(MATTHEWS, W. McN.). Two Centuries of Christian Witness in Truro, Nova Scotia, First United Church 1760-1960. (Truro : Historical Committee, First United Church, 1960). First Edition. (Printed by Ryerson Press, Toronto). Pp (4),v-viii,(2),1-85,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, tan cloth, gilt lettering to spine. The Genesis (pp.1-12); Saint Paul's Church (pp.40-45, contributed by E. VIncent Forbes). Section on the ministers: Rev. Daniel Cock (1770-1798), Rev. John Waddell (1798-1839), Rev. William McCulloch (1839-1885), Rev. John Robbins (1886-1896), Rev. J.W. Falconer(1896-1901); Rev. G.B. MacLeod (1902-1909), Rev. A.J. McDonald (1909-1913), Rev. W.P. Grant (1913-1920), John Mutch (1920-1927), Rev. K.M. Munro (1927-1930), Rev. Walter McNeill Matthews(1931-1945), Rev. C. Earle Gordon (1945-1957), and Rev. Stanley G. MacQuee n (1957-). McQueen (1915-2006) was a native of Port Morien, Cape Breton. Includes an honour roll for those who served in the first and second world wars. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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154 MAXWELL, Henry. Canterbury Remembered. Limited edition, Signed
Printed by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., London and Colchester , 1970, 
MAXWELL, Henry. The Canterbury Remembered. (London and Colchester : Printedby Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd.), 1970. Pp (8),1-127,(1), frontispi ece + 11 plates. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “The Canterbury was a Queen. She was intended from the very start by her owners, the Southern Railway, and by her builders, the famous Denny Bros, of Dumbarton, so tobe: the only one that the cross-channel service has known. [...] Probably the best known, certainly the best loved, cross-channel steamer there has ever been, it is but due to her that evocation should not be left to memory alone. [...] She was a Queen. The men who served in her, the Masters who commanded her, the engineers who powered her, the officers, the sailors and the stewards who served her, all these formed, as it were, her Court.” (fromthe Prologue). Contents : 1. Prologue. 2. T.S.S. Canterbury. 3. Golden Arr ow. 4. Flagship of the Southern. 5. All in the day's work. 6. Occasions gayand grave. 7. The fires of war - Shadows of defeat. 8. The fires of war - Standing to. 9. The fires of war - Force J. 10. The fires of war - Suns of Victory. 11. The arrow rewinged. 12. Nationalization. 13. A happy ship. 14.A look at the log book. 15. Some ups and downs. 16. Wind and wave. 17. As fine as ever. 18. "Finished with engines." 19. Epilogue. Limited edition of150 copies only, of which this is number 79. Signed Henry Maxwell. Very go od in spine browned and spine worn dustjacket. With typed compliments note tipped in, and signed by the author to title page. 150.00

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Record of the Services Connected with the Jubilee, of The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Ordination and Induction of Rev. Wm. McCulloch, D. D. (as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Truro, NS) , McCULLOCH, Wm.)
155 McCULLOCH, Wm.) Record of the Services Connected with the Jubilee, of The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Ordination and Induction of Rev. Wm. McCulloch, D. D. (as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Truro, NS)
Colchester Sun, 1889, 
(McCULLOCH, Rev. Wm.). Compiled by The Colcheser Sun. A Record of the Services Connected with the Jubilee, of The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Ordination and Induction of Rev. Wm. McCulloch, D. D. (as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Truro, NS) . Truro, NS: Colchester Sun, 1888. Pp. 56. 8vo, yellow ill. card covers. Four inch tear from bottom of spine, slightly rubbed, else vg. 60.00

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156 McCULLOCH, Wm.) Record of the Services Connected with the Jubilee, of The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Ordination and Induction of Rev. Wm. McCulloch, D. D. (as Pastorof the First Presbyterian Church, Truro, NS)
Colchester Sun, 1889, 
(McCULLOCH, Rev. Wm.). Compiled by The Colcheser Sun. A Record of the Services Connected with the Jubilee, of The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Ordination and Induction of Rev. Wm. McCulloch, D. D. (as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Truro, NS) . Truro, NS: Colchester Sun, 1888. Pp. 56. 8vo, yellow ill. wraps. Two-inch split to tail of spine, bottom left corner of volume slightly rounded, dampstaining to fore-edge, covers browned, else good. 50.00

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157 McELHINNEY, Mark G. Morning in the Marsh: Poems for Lovers of the Great Outdoors
1927, 
McELHINNEY, Mark G. Morning in the Marsh: Poems for Lovers of the Great Outdoors. Ottawa: Graphic Pub., 1927. Pp (12),61,(11). 2 photos tipped-in for frontis. 8vo, 1/2 green cloth, green paper covered bds. Watters p.124, Rhodenizer pp.902-903. Poet-dentist McElhinney (1869-?) was born and raised in Truro, N.S. Name clipped from ffep, ow vg. 45.00

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158 McLEOD, George B. FRASER, R. Douglas, foreword Great Facts for Christian Living
1905, 
McLEOD, George B. Great Facts for Christian Living. With Introduction by Rev. R. Douglas Fraser. Tor.: William Briggs, 1905. Pp (14),15-222,(2). 8vo, maroon cloth. George B. McLeod, M.A., was Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Truro, N.S. Lacking ffep, else vg. 20.00

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159 McLEOD, George B. FRASER, R. Douglas, foreword Great Facts for Christian Living
1905, 
McLEOD, George B. Great Facts for Christian Living. With Introduction by Rev. R. Douglas Fraser. Tor.: William Briggs, 1905. Pp (14),15-222,(2). 8vo, black cloth. George B. McLeod, M.A., was Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Truro, N.S. Vg. 35.00

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160 McLEOD, George B. FRASER, R. Douglas, foreword Great Facts for Christian Living
1905, 
McLEOD, George B. Great Facts for Christian Living. With Introduction by Rev. R. Douglas Fraser. Tor.: William Briggs, 1905. Pp (14),15-222,(2). 8vo, black cloth. George B. McLeod, M.A., was Pastor, First Presbyterian Church,Truro, N.S. Name, front inner hinge cracked, some underlining, staining fr om leaves, else vg. 20.00

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