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141 DAMPIER, William, Captain MASEFIELD, John, ed. Dampier's Voyages : Consisting of a New Voyage Round the World, a Supplement to the Voyage Round the World, Two Voyages to Campeachy, a Discourse of Winds, a Voyage to New Holland, and a Vindication, in answer to the Chimerical Relation of William Funnell
E. Grant Richards, London, 1906, 
DAMPIER, William, Captain. Dampier's Voyages : Consisting of a New Voyage Round the World, a Supplement to the Voyage Round the World, Two Voyages to Campeachy, a Discourse of Winds, a Voyage to New Holland, and a Vindication, in answer to the Chimerical Relation of William Funnell. Edited by John Masefield. In Two Voyages. London : E. Grant Richards, 1906. Numbered Limited Edition. Pp (8),vii-ix,(1),[1]-[612], frontispiece portrait + 5 folding maps; (4),v-vii,(1),[1]-624,+ 5 folding maps + 8 plates. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt vignettes to front board and spine, gilt lettering to spine, topedge gilt. "This edition is limited to one thousand copes for sale in the United Kingdom. No. ---." Contents : Vol. I : The Life of William Dampier; Note on the Text; Author's Dedication and Preface; Author's Table of Contents; The Introduction to the Voyage Round the World; mThe Voyage Round the World; Appendix to the Voyage Round the World : Dampier's Associates; Dedication and Preface to the Supplement; The Contents of the Supplement; The Voyage to Tonquin from Achin in Sumatra. Vol. II : Part I - Supplement of the Voyage round the World, continued from Vol. I. IV. Of the Government of Tonquin, Kings, Soldiers, and Mandarins. V. Voyage to Tenan. Journey by Land to Cachao, Occurrences. VI. Return trom Tonquin, with some Particulars of Cambodia and Bencouli, and Arrival at Malacca and Achin. VII. Achin described; its Natural and Political State, Customs, Trade, Civil Wars, etc. VIII. Author's Voyage to Malacca; Malacca described. IX. Return to Achin ; Voyage to Fort St. George, and thence to Bencouli; Bencouli described. Part II - The Campeachy Voyages. I. First Journey to Campeachy, and Return. Jucatan, Alcranes, and Island of Pines described. II. Second Voyage to Campeachy. TheEast Coast described; its Vegetables, Weather, Animals, etc. III. Logwood- Cutting, Beef-Hunting, and Occurrences. IV. The West Coast Rivers. The Mountain Cow, Indians, etc. V. The Rivers further West, the Products of Campeachy. Return to England. Part III - A Discourse of Winds, Storms, Seasons, Tides, and Currents in the Torrid Zone. I. On the True or General Trade Wind at Sea, Crossing the Line, etc. II. Of the Coasting and Constant Trade Winds. III. Of the Shifting Trade Winds and Monsoons. IV. Of Sea and Land Breezes. V. Of Peculiar Breezes and Winds of Particular Effects, Summasenta Winds, Cartagena Breezes, Popogaios, erenos, and Haramjatans. VI. Of Storms, Norths, Souths, Hurricanes, Tuffoons, Stormy Monsoons, and Elephantas. VII. Of the Seasons of the Year, Weather, Rains, and Tornadoes. VIII. Of Tides and Currents. Natal described. Part IV - A Voyage to New Holland. I. Departure from England. The Canary Isles. Teneriffe, Mayo, and St. Jago described. II. Course and Winds in Crossing the Line. Bahia, the City and Country described. III. Winds, Sea-reckonings and Variations. Arrival in New Holland. Description of the Country. An Account of Plants. Part V. I. A Continuation of a Voyage to New Holland. II. Letters and Papers Relating to the Voyage of the "St. George." III. Captain Dampier's Vindication. IV. Captain Dampoier's Vindication Answered. V. Courts-Martial. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Rebacked (with original worn spine laid on), new endpapers, rubbed and lightly spotted, some sunning and bubbling to cloth, corners bumped, bottom portion of pp 130-134 of Vol. I torn, some light pencil marks, else a good, solid copy. Limited to 1,000 numbered copies, this copy unnumbered. The two-volume set for 280.00

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142 DANA, Julian Rivers of America Series 07 SKINNER, Constance Lindsay COSGRAVE, John O'Hara, II Sacramento : River of Gold. First Edition in dustjacket
Farrar & Rinehart, New York, 1939, 
DANA, Julian. The Sacramento : River of Gold. Illustrated by John O'Hara Cosgrave II. New York & Toronto : Farrar & Rinehart, Incorporated, (1939). First Edition, Second State (with Farrar device verso title page). Pp. (14),3-294 + [13, the essay "Rivers and American Folk", by Constance Lindsay Skinner],(1). 8vo, brick red cloth with black title block to spine. Fitzgerald,The Rivers of America: A Descriptive Bibliography, S1, Toy 3372. No. 7 in The Rivers of America series. "Rising high in the region of Shasta, flowingthree hundred and twenty miles through forests, vineyards, and fertile far m land, merging eventually with the blue Pacific before the Golden Gate, the Sacramento is a river of a thousand tales, for history came latest and ran fastest along its banks. "This is the sory of that river. It is the storyof the building of an empire; of brown-robed monks, audacious in a dream o f faith; of rough-voiced caballeros and dark-eyed senoritas; of forty-niners, of visionaries like John Sutter who saw a treasure house of grain in itsfertile valley. His land caused the first fights between seekers of gold b elow the erath's surface and those who sought it above; the struggle between the mining capitalists and the great producers of wheat and grain. There are river boats and captains; adventurers, yellow-skinned and white, from all over the world; immigrants dreaming of land of their own. "Agricultural and commercial progress have made the pioneer way of life a memory in the Great Valley. Hollywood directors have cast the river in a hundred varying roles. But, unperturbed by the changing pattern of life on its banks, the Sacramento flows, still the golden river of the Golden Empire state. Julian Dana has written with the same imaginative love for his state as characterized his earlier works, Sutter of California, The Man Who Built California, etc." from the dustjacket. Parts : 1. Red Man's River; 2. Conquest; 3. Gold;4. The Imperishable Land; 5. River Days. With index, followed by "Rivers a nd American Folk" by series editor, Constance Lindsay Skinner. Head of spine faded, pastedowns browned and spotted, else very good in spine faded, nicked unclipped dustjacket. 60.00

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143 DAVIES, Blodwen Ryerson Canadian History Readers MacLAREN, Edith B. SAMPSON, Jean Story of Hydro : White Thunder
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1931, 
DAVIES, Blodwen. The Story of Hydro : White Thunder. [Illustrated by Edith B. MacLaren and Jean Sampson]. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1931). Pp. 1-26,(6). With two illustrations, one of a dream consdering making hydro work (MacLaren) and one of the Queenston-Chippewa Power Plant (Sampson). Small 8vo, stapled printed yellow card covers. A volume in The Ryerson Canadian History Readers. Lorne Pierce, editor. A nice, tight copy. 20.00

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144 DAVIES, Raymond Arthur ZUCKERMAN, George Great Mackenzie. 1st in dj
Ryerson, 1947, 
DAVIES, Raymond Arthur. The Great Mackenzie : In Word and Photograph. Photographs by George Zuckerman. Tor.: Ryerson Press, (September 1947). First Printing. Pp 139. 8vo, green cloth. A book about the Mackenzie River of northern Canada. Vg in dj. 45.00

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145 DAVIS, Thomas. National and Historical Ballads, Songs, and Poems.
James Duffy and Sons, Dublin , 1875, 
DAVIS, Thomas. National and Historical Ballads, Songs, and Poems. Dublin : James Duffy and Sons, n.d. [1870s?]. Pp [i]-x,[11]-254,(2). Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine, gilt harp amd wreath to front board. Includes .: "Tipperary," "The Rivers," "Glengariff," "The "West's Asleep," "Oh!for a Steedu," "Cymric Rule andd Cymric Rulers," "A. Ballad of Freedom," " The Irish Hurrah," "A Song for the Irish Militia," "Our Own Again," "Celts and Saxons," "Orange and Green," "The Boatman of Kinsale," "My Darling Nell," "The True Irish King,," "The Geraldines," "The Fate of the O'Sullivans,""The Sack of Baltimore," " Lament for the Death of Owen Roe O'Neill," "A R ally for Ireland," "The Battle of Limerick," "The Death of Sarsfield," "TheSurpise of Cremona," ","Fontenoy," "The Dungannon Convention," "Song of th e Volunteers of 1782," "O'Connell's Statue," "The Vow of Tipperary," "A Plea for the Bog-Trotters," and many more. Spine and covers worn, front inner hinge broken, some signatures a bit loose, else a good, reading copy only. As is. 25.00

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146 DAVISON, Ann By Gemini; or, Marshmallows in the Salad. First Edition in dustjacket
Peter Davies, London, 1962, 
DAVISON, Ann. By Gemini; or, Marshmallows in the Salad. London : Peter Davies, (1962). First Edition. Pp (10),3-[239],(1) + 16-page central section ofb&w photos. Map in text. 8vo, blue cloth. Toy 1324, Morris & Howland p.41. Published in the United States in the same year under the title In the Wak e of the Gemini. Includes Canada. 31 photos including: "Gemini and author at the lift lock at Peterborough"; "The Marine Railway at Swift Rapids, Trent Canal, Ontario"; "Fishing boat beached at Meldrum Bay, Manitoulin Island,Ontario"; "Gemini waiting to go down in the Kirkfield Lift Locks on the Tr ent Canal, Ontario"; "Gemini at the Kingston Yacht Club, Ontario"; and "Theketch Scherzo en route from Nova Scotia to Lake Michigan". "It was in 1953 that Ann Davison made a bit of history by being the first woman to sail th e Atlantic single-handed - a feat she recorded in her best-selling My Ship is so Small. Having arrived in America she decided to live there for a time- 'settle down' would never be the term to use for her - and before long s he wondered what should be her next adventuture. As far back as 1954 the seeds were sown in her mind of a Grand Stateside Tour: to sail from Miami to Miami; via Atlantic Seabooard to New York; by the River Hudson and.d canalsto Lake Ontario and Canada; more canals and great lakes to Chicago; by the great Rivers Illinois and Mississippi to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexic o; across the Gulf to the west coast of Florida; and home to Miaiami. But things got in the way: a marriage which 'didn't take and was, so to speak, struck off the rolls'; an illness, 'It was cancer, the doctor said, in a roundabout way, and I vvould have to have an operation ...'; another marriage,but this didn't get in the way (apart irom the time she spent trying to re member whether his name was Bert Billheimer or Bill Bertheimer), and plans for the Grand Tour began to develop. Ann was to go alone - 'I can't take that kind of time off', said Bert, adding with a grin 'besides she won't let me - her writing contracts say she has to go alone. They don't want a man. along. Spoil the story.' Without admitting that he might have spoilt it, itis our opinion that Ann's account of her solo tro trip in her 17-foot outb oard cruiser Gemini, makes delightfully enthralling reading." (from the dj). Arranged in five parts: I. Atlantic Seaboard; II. Canals; III. Lakes; IV.Rivers; V. Gulf. Very good in lightly soiled and nicked, spine-sunned but unpriceclipped dustjacket. Uncommon. 80.00

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147 DAVY, John GOONERATNE, Yasmine Ceylon Historical Journal, Vol. 16 Account of the Interior of Ceylon and of its Inhabitants with Travels in that Island. reprint
Tisara Prakasakayo Publishers, Dehiwala, Ceylon, 1969, 
DAVY, John. An Account of the Interior of Ceylon and of its Inhabitants with Travels in that Island. Complete and unabridged from the original editionof 1821. With an introduction by Yasmine Gooneratne. The Ceylon Historical Journal, Volume Sixteen. Dehiwala, Ceylon : Tisara Prakasakayo Publishers, (March 1969). Facsimile Reprint. 8vo, white card covers, spine lettered in black, front cover lettered in black and illustrated in red, in a matching dustjacket. Contents : Part I. An Account of the Interior of Ceylon, and o f its Inhabitants: 1. Name. Geographical outlines. Rocks. Minerals. Soils. Springs; 2. Monsoons. Rains. Rivers. Temperature. Meteors. Miasmata; 3. Snakes. Experiments on their poison. Ceylon leech; 4. Population. Castes; 5. Subdivisions of the interior. Old form of government. Kandyan court. Its ceremonies and festivals; 6. Laws. Judicial proceedings. Land-tenures; 7. Singalese system of the universe. Boodhoos. Goutama Boodhoo. Priests of Boodhoo. Worship of gods and demons. Doubtful points of the religion of Boodhoo; 8. Singalese language. Literature. Music. Arithmetic. Weights. Measures. Currency. Astrology. Medicine. Painting. Statuary. Architecture. Jewellery. Iron-smelting. Blacksmiths. Saltpetre. Gunpowder. Pottery. Weaving. Agriculture; 9. Domestic habits and manners. Marriage rites. Polygamy. Treatment of children. Ceremony of giving names. Unjust accusations. Funeral rites. Character of the Singalese; 10. Sketch of the history of Ceylon, from the earliest period on record to the present times. Part II. Travels in the Interiorof Ceylon: 1. Set out from Colombo, for Adam's Peak. Border-country. Ratna poora. Approach to Adam's Peak. Palabatula. Ascent of the mountain. Prospect from the summit. Description of the peak. Pilgrims, and their mode of worship. Descent. Miscellaneous remarks on the mountain; 2. Departure form Colombo for Kandy. Avishavellè. Sittawakka. Ruwenwellè. Mode of travelling of the governor. Fort King. Elephant-snare. Amanapoora. Approach to Kandy. Description of Kandy. Excursion into Doombera. Nitre-cave of Memoora. Leave Kandy for Trincomalie. Atgalle Pass. Fort McDowall. Description of country between Nalandé and Mineré. Lake of Mineré. Description of country between Mineré and Kandellé. Lake of Kandellé. Return from Trincomalie to Kandy. Breaking out of rebellion. Tranquility restored. Return to Colombo; 3. Departure from Colombo for Ouva. Description of country between Avisahavellé and Ratnapoora, between Ratnapoora and Balangoddé, and Balangoddé and Kalapahané.The Idalgashena Pass. Velangahena. Himbleatawellé. Badulla. Namina-cooli-k andy. An instance of heroism. Passera. Alipoota. Excursion into the Mahaweddahratté of Ouva and into Welassey. Description of country between Alipootaand Katragam. Katragam. Description of country between Katragam and Gampah a. Nitre-cave near Weleway. Kirriwannagammé. Return to Upper Ouva. Dambawinné. Fort McDonald. Description of country between Fort McDonald and Maturatta. Hints on the improvement of the interior. Nitre-cave in the valley of Maturatta. Hangranketty. Meddawallatené. Koornagalle; 4. Excursion through Upper Boulatgammé into Kotmalé. Pouhalpittyé. Dimbola. Ascent of the mountains between Kotmalé and Upper Ouva. Neuraellyia-pattan. Descent to Fort McDonald. Explanation of some peculiarities of Upper Ouva. Appearance of the country between Fort McDonald and Maturatta. Excursion from Kandy into Matelé. Description of Dambooloo Wiharé. Teldenia. Return to Colombo through the Seven Korles; Part III. Observations on the Effects of the Climate and on the Diseases of Ceylon; Appendix; Index. Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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148 DAWSON, Joan Mapmaker's Eye : Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. First Edtion, Signed
Nimbus Publishing Limited / Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1988, ISBN:0921054122 
DAWSON, Joan. The Mapmaker's Eye : Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. Halifax,Nova Scotia : Nimbus Publishing Limited / Nova Scotia Museum, 1988. First Edition. Pp (7),viii-x,1-156,(2). Partly double and triple column. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Joan Dawson (b. 1932 London,England) teacher, geographer, and cartographic historian. "In this book th e author has taken a unique approach to old maps of Nova Scotia made between the arrival of the first explorers and the year 1800. Rather than treating them merely as graphic presentations of the land, she takes a broader view and interprets them in terms of what they can tell us about the development of Nova Scotian culture and industrial landscape, and about peoples' changing perceptions of it. Seventy maps illustrate the themes of mapmaking, fishing, farming, mining and forestry, forts and harbours, and settlement and transportation. From Port Royal to Louisbourg, the Isthmus of Chignecto to LaHave, Joan Dawson lets us see, through the eyes of the people who made the maps, such things as the disputed fishery at Canso, the rival Chignectoforts and a spy's report on Halifax." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Prologue: First Impressions; 2. The Maps and the Mapmakers; 3. Fishing: ThePorts and the Banks; 4. Farming and Food Production: The Acadians and thei r Successors; 5. Minerals, Wood and Water: Industrial Beginnings; 6. Forts and Harbours: Military and Naval Strength; 7. Habitation and Settlement: Community Growth; 8. Inland Transportation: Roads, Rivers and Portages. Spotting to top edge, light scuffing to covers, else very good. Signed and inscribed by Dawson on the title page. 60.00

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Mapmaker's Eye : Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. First Edtion., DAWSON, Joan
149 DAWSON, Joan Mapmaker's Eye : Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. First Edtion.
Nimbus Publishing Limited / Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax , 1988, ISBN:0921054122 1988 0921054122 / 9780921054122 
DAWSON, Joan. The Mapmaker's Eye : Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Nimbus Publishing Limited / Nova Scotia Museum, 1988. First Edition. Pp (7),viii-x,1-156,(2). Partly double and triple column. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated grey card covers.

Joan Dawson (b. 1932 London, England) teacher, geographer, and cartographic historian.

"In this book the author has taken a unique approach to old maps of Nova Scotia made between the arrival of the first explorers and the year 1800. Rather than treating them merely as graphic presentations of the land, she takes a broader view and interprets them in terms of what they can tell us about the development of Nova Scotian culture and industrial landscape, and about peoples' changing perceptions of it. Seventy maps illustrate the themes of mapmaking, fishing, farming, mining and forestry, forts and harbours, and settlement and transportation. From Port Royal to Louisbourg, the Isthmus of Chignecto to LaHave, Joan Dawson lets us see, through the eyes of the people who made the maps, such things as the disputed fishery at Canso, the rival Chignecto forts and a spy's report on Halifax." - from the rear cover.

Contents: 1. Prologue: First Impressions; 2. The Maps and the Mapmakers; 3. FIshing: The Ports and the Banks; 4. Farming and Food Production: The Acadians and their Successors; 5. Minerals, Wood and Water: Industrial Beginnings; 6. Forts and Harbours: Military and Naval Strength; 7. Habitation and Settlement: Community Growth; 8. Inland Transportation: Roads, Rivers and Portages.

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150 DAWSON, W. Bell Currents in the Entrance to the St. Lawrence : From invesitgations of the tidal and current survey in the seasons of 1895, 1911 and 1912
Department of the Naval Service, Ottawa, 1913, 
DAWSON, W. Bell. The Currents in the Entrance to the St. Lawrence : From invesitgations of the tidal and current survey in the seasons of 1895, 1911 and 1912 . Ottawa: published by the Department of the Naval Service, 1913. Pp. (4),3-50,(4). 8vo, printed greyish-green card covers. Name inked to the front, faint stamp, light shelfwear, else vg. 40.00

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151 De JONG, Nicolas J. MOORE, Marven E. Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island : Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, 1994, ISBN:0660140217 
De JONG, Nicolas J. and Marven E. MOORE. Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island: Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920. Hull, Québec: Canadian Museum of Civilization, (1994). First Edition. Pp [i]-iv,(2),1-411,(3). Illustrated with photos, maps, tables, &c. Lage 8vo, art-illusrated green cardcovers. History Division, Mercury Series Paper 46. A very thorough and well-illustrated study. Contents: Part One: Chapters : 1. The Early Years, 1787-1820; 2. An Annual Remittance to the Island, 1821-1833; 3. The Principal Article of Export, 1834-1844; 4. The Industry Consolidates, 1845-1859; 5. The Pinnacle Attained, 1860-1868; 6. The Years of Decline, 1869-1880; 7. The LongFarewell. Part Two: 1. North Cape; 2. Egmont Bay; 3. Bedeque; 4. South Sho re; 5. North and West Rivers; 6. Charlottetown; 7. Hillsborough River, Pisquid River, and Mount Stewart; 8. Pownal Bay; 9. Orwell Bay; 10. Pinette; 11. Wood Islands; 12. Murray Harbour; 13. Three Rivers; 14. Fortune Bay; 15. Souris; 16. East Point; 17. St. Peter's Bay; 18. Tracadie Bay and Savage Harbour; 19. Covehead Bay; 20. Rustico Bay; 21. New London Bay; 22. Richmond Bay. Appendices: A. Number and Tonnage of Vessels Built and Transferred. B.Port Clearances and Exports. With bibliography and index. Very good 50.00

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152 De JONG, Nicolas J. MOORE, Marven E. Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island : Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920.
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, 1994, ISBN:0660140217 
De JONG, Nicolas J. and Marven E. MOORE. Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island: Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920. Hull, Québec: Canadian Museum of Civilization, (1994). First Edition. Pp [i]-iv,(2),1-411,(3). Illustrated with photos, maps, tables, &c. Lage 8vo, art-illusrated green cardcovers. History Division, Mercury Series Paper 46. A very thorough and well-illustrated study. Contents: Part One: Chapters : 1. The Early Years, 1787-1820; 2. An Annual Remittance to the Island, 1821-1833; 3. The Principal Article of Export, 1834-1844; 4. The Industry Consolidates, 1845-1859; 5. The Pinnacle Attained, 1860-1868; 6. The Years of Decline, 1869-1880; 7. The LongFarewell. Part Two: 1. North Cape; 2. Egmont Bay; 3. Bedeque; 4. South Sho re; 5. North and West Rivers; 6. Charlottetown; 7. Hillsborough River, Pisquid River, and Mount Stewart; 8. Pownal Bay; 9. Orwell Bay; 10. Pinette; 11. Wood Islands; 12. Murray Harbour; 13. Three Rivers; 14. Fortune Bay; 15. Souris; 16. East Point; 17. St. Peter's Bay; 18. Tracadie Bay and Savage Harbour; 19. Covehead Bay; 20. Rustico Bay; 21. New London Bay; 22. Richmond Bay. Appendices: A. Number and Tonnage of Vessels Built and Transferred. B.Port Clearances and Exports. With bibliography and index. Covers rubbed wi th some faint spine creasing, final few leaves loose (of index), else good.35.00

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153 de la MARE, Walter RIVERS, Elizabeth On the Edge : Short Stories. First Edition
Faber, London, 1930, 
de la MARE, Walter. On the Edge : Short Stories. With wood engravings by Elizabeth Rivers. London : Faber & Faber, (September 1930). First Printing. Pp 332. 8vo, black cloth. National Book League, Walter de la Mare: A Checklist, A80a. Spine faded, foxing to outer leaves, else very good. 25.00

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154 DE MARE, Eric London's Riverside : Past, Present and Future. 1st UK in chipped dj
Max Reinhardt, London, 1958, 
DE MARÉ, Eric. London's Riverside : Past, Present and Future. London : Max Reinhardt, (1958). First Printing. Pp 272. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography pp.143-4. Chapters: 1. Where the Roman Roads Converged; 2. The Medieval River; 3. Wyngaerde's TudorRiver; 4. Hollar's Stuart River; 5. Rocque's Georgian River; 6. Mogg's Riv er and the Explosion; 7. Along Chelsea Reach; 8. By Pimlico to Westminster;9. Between Two Cities; 10. Along Thames Street to the Tower; 11. Fantasy o f the Future. With bibliography and index. Name, else vg in rubbed, spine- and edge-nicked, unclipped dj. 35.00

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155 DE MARE, Eric London's Riverside : Past, Present and Future. 1st UK in dj
Max Reinhardt, 1958, 
DE MARÉ, Eric. London's Riverside : Past, Present and Future. L.: Max Reinhardt, (1958). First Printing. Pp 272. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography pp.143-4. Chapters: 1. Where the Roman Roads Converged; 2. The Medieval River; 3. Wyngaerde's Tudor River; 4. Hollar's Stuart River; 5. Rocque's Georgian River; 6. Mogg's River and the Explosion; 7. Along Chelsea Reach; 8. By Pimlico to Westminster; 9. Between Two Cities; 10. Along Thames Street to the Tower; 11. Fantasy of theFuture. With bibliography and index. Vg in dj. 50.00

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156 De VISSER, John and David BLACKWOOD BLACKWOOD, David De VISSER, John DEVISSER, John Newfoundland and Labrador. in dj
Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1979, ISBN:0195403363 
De VISSER, John and David BLACKWOOD. Newfoundland and Labrador. Photographsby John de Visser. Introduction by David Blackwood. Toronto: Oxford Univer sity Press, 1979. First Printing. Pp (8),1-92 colour plates + separate listof plates. Oblong 8vo, blue cloth. "this book depicts in full and intimate detail the beauty and variety of Newfoundland and Labrador. We travel 6,00 0 miles of coastline, starting at St. John's and following the shores and hinterlands -- first northwards, then west to Labrador and right around the compass, south again, until we have circumnavigated it all. We visit towns and outports, travel through bays and fiords, around capes, over mountains and barrens, rivers and seas, past icebergs and across glacial moraines, until we come home again to the comforting welcome of the fishing vilages andat last return to the Narrows and the harbour of St. John's." - from the d ust jacket. Vg in dj. 20.00

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New Brunswick Sea Stories : Phantom Ships and Pirate's Gold, Shipwrecks andIron Men.  First Edition., DEARBORN, Dorothy
157 DEARBORN, Dorothy New Brunswick Sea Stories : Phantom Ships and Pirate's Gold, Shipwrecks andIron Men. First Edition.
Neptune Publishing Co., Saint John, NB, 1998, ISBN:1896270131 
DEARBORN, Dorothy. New Brunswick Sea Stories : Phantom Ships and Pirate's Gold, Shipwrecks and Iron Men. Illustrations by Ralph Olive. (Saint John, NB: Neptune Publishing Company Ltd., 1998). First Edition. Pp. (1)-128. Illu strated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. "New Brunswick Sea Stories by Dorothy Dearborn goes from miracles to mayhem as the author presents story after story reflecting the times and traditions of two centuries of shipbuilding and shipping in New Brunswick. 'From the Bay of Chaleur through the Gulf of St. Lawrence and into the Bay of Fundy, our waterways are filled withuntold stories. Many of those stories are under the sea, in the more than 1,900 shipwrecks resting in their watery graves.' Phantom ships, sea monsters, mutiny, murder find their places beside stories of those Iron Men of the sea who sailed their ships around the world time and time again in the most dangerous circumstances. Heroism has its place here as well, in truth the stories in this book reflect the good and the bad that follows us throughlife ... wherever we are." - from rear cover. The Romance of the Sea in th e Age of Sail St. Martins, family ties and famous ship builders Phantom Ships and Sea Monsters The Phantom of St. Martins The Phantom Fire Ship of theBay of Chaleur Ghost Ships ply rivers, too The Phantom Ship of Kennebecasi s Bay Ann Currier, Quaco's Ghost Ship The Union Mystery Ship of St. MartinsEat your heart out, Nessie Horror Stories and Hauntings at Sea Power strug gle on the fo'c'sle Cannibalism on the Caroline [a barque out of Joseph Cunard's shipyard in Bathurst in 1839] Blood, gore and more tales of old ship's at sea Murder at Sea Iron Men and Wooden Ships The Climb of a Lifetime Tidal wave Wanted: One Rescue Team with Heart One of those Iron Men [George McAllister, 1804-1842] Miracle on the 28th Parallel [the schooner Herold, 1844] For the Good of His Health? [Young William Logan of Saint John was a passenger on the Alexander McKenzie when she set sail from Saint ohn in the winter of 1876 with Captain Harvey Copp of Waterside, Albert County] Foggy Night in the Reversing Falls and a Ferry Boat ride to remember! An 1859 Robert Foulis' Foghorn let sailors see with their ears Legacies of the Sea Pillars of the Community got rich from whales Leprosy in New Brunswick How to build a wooden ship ... New Brunswick Style Shipwrecks The wreck of the Humacao becomes a tomb Bottles on the bottom too often become a diver's trophy Questions of treasure hunting rights and ownership A Light Keeper's memories Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 9.00

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158 DÉCAMPS, Henri. Que Sais-Je? 1452 La Vie dans les Cours d'Eau. Signed
Presses Universitaires de France, Paris , 1971, 
DÉCAMPS, Henri. La Vie dans les Cours d'Eau. Paris : Presses Universitairesde France, 1971. First Edition. Pp [1]-128,1-8(publisher's ads). Sm 8vo, g reen printed card covers. No. 1452 in the series Que Sais-Je? A book summarizing the biodiversity of rivers. Covers rubbed and creased, else very good. Inscribed by the author. 15.00

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159 DENNIS, Jerry WOLFF, Glenn Bird in the Waterfall. : A Natural History of Oceans, Rivers, and Lakes, First Edition in dustjacket
HarperCollins, New York, 1996, ISBN:0060170948 
DENNIS, Jerry. The Bird in the Waterfall : A Natural History of Oceans, Rivers, and Lakes. Drawings by Glenn Wolff. (New York) : HarperCollins, (1996). First Printing. Pp 340. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Divided in to 22 chapters, including : 7. Meandering Rivers; 8. The Anatomy of Rivers; 12. Ice; 16. Mother Ocean; 19. The Tug of the Moon: Ocean Tides. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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160 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATURAL RESOURCES) Water Resources Paper No. 130 Surface Water Supply of Canada : Atlantic Drainage : Southeastern Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. printed card covers
Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationary, Ottawa, 1961, 
(DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATURAL RESOURCES - WATER RESOURCES BRANCH). Surface Water Supply of Canada : Atlantic Drainage : Southeastern Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland . Water Resources Paper No. 130. Ottawa: Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationary, 1961. Pp. 143. 8vo, stapled printed card covers. A collection of charts providing information on the drainage patterns of key rivers in Atlantic Canada. Some slight wear to corners, else vg. 25.00

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