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161 BERTON, Pierre. Drifting Home. First Edition in dustjacket, signed.
Alfred A Knopf, New York, 1974, ISBN:0394490819 
BERTON, Pierre. Drifting Home. New York : Alfred A Knopf, 1974. First US edition. Pp 174, [24] pp plates. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to front cover and spine. Toy 1307, Cassell 143 : "Author and family raft the Yukon River retracing his father's footsteps from the gold rush times". Dust jacketadds: "By raft down the Yukon, with his wife and six children, the author of The Impossible Railway retraces the great wilderness route of the 1898 goldrush to the ghost town of Dawson that was his own childhood home." Very good in unclipped dustjacket. Signed, inscribed and dated by Berton on the half-title leaf. 30.00

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162 BERTON, Pierre. NEWFELD, Frank, design). WINTER, William. Secret World of Og. Second Printing
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1961, ISBN:0771013876 
BERTON, Pierre. The Secret World of Og. Illustrated by William Winter. (Designed by Frank Newfeld). (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1971). Second Pritning. Pp. (10),1-146,(4). 8vo, green cloth with gilt letteringto spine. Spadoni and Donnelly 1567 for earlier edition. Front inner hinge cracked, gift inscription inked inside front cover, else very good. Uncomm on in hardcover. 40.00

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163 BETHUNE, Norman). SHEPHARD, David A.E. and Andree LEVESQUE (eds.) SHEPHARD, David A.e. LEVESQUE, Andree Norman Bethune : his times and his legacy / son epoque et son message. First Edition
Canadian Public Health Association, Ottawa, 1982, ISBN:0919245110 
(BETHUNE, Norman). SHEPHARD, David A.E. and Andrée LEVESQUE (eds.). Norman Bethune : his times and his legacy / son époque et son message. (Ottawa) : The Canadian Public Health Association, 1982. First Edition. Pp i-xii,1-253,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covers, lettered in red and black.Contents : His Life and His Forbears/Sa vie et ses ancetres : Norman Bethu ne: A Biographical Outline (by Wendell MacLeod and Hilary Russell); Chronology of Norman Bethune's Life/La vie de Bethune: Chronologie; "I Come of a Race of Men" (by Hilary Russell). Canada 1890-1936 : The Religious Setting of Norman Bethune's Early Years (by Richard Allen); Norman-Bethune and Frontier College, 1911-1912 (by Marjorie Zavitz Robinson); Frontier College Today: From Norman Bethune's Times to the Present (by Jack Pearpoint); Battlefield Surgery and the Stretcher-bearers' Experience (by Charles G. Roland); From "A Social Disease witn a Medical Aspect": Fighting the White Plague in Canada. 1900-1940 (by Katherine McCuaig); Norman Bethune and Tuberculosis (by G.J. Wherrett); Edward Archibald, The "New Medical Science" and Norman Bethune (by H. Rocke Robertson); The Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal: Common Diseases in the 1920s and 1930s (by Jessie Boyd Scriver); Norman Bethune: l'influence de l'hopitaJ du Sacre-Coeur (par Pierre Delva); Creativity inNorman Bethune: His Medical Writings and Innovations (by David A.E. Shepha rd); Norman Bethune and His Brethren: Poetry in Depression Montreal (by LeeBriscoe Thompson); "They could split rock .. .": Painting in Montreal in t he 1930s, and the Children's Creative Art Centre — A Conversation Piece (byCharles Hill, Louis Muhlstock, Marian Scott, and Leo Kennedy); The Health of the People: Montreal in the Depression Years (by Terry Copp); The Bethune Health Group (by Libbie Park); Political Commitment in the 1930s (by Stanley B. Ryerson); L'engagement politique apres les annees trente: l'organisation des travailleurs (par Madeleine Parent). Spain / Espagne 1936-1937 : Henning Sorensen to Graham Spry: a Letter; With Norman Bethune in Spain (by Ted Allan); The Vivid Air Signed With His Honour: In Memory of Norman Bethune (by Hazen Sise); The Spanish Civil War: Reminiscences of a Veteran of the Mackenzie-Papneau Battalion (by Ross Rusell); Norman Bethune and the Development of Blood Transfusion Services (by Paul Weil). China / Chine 1938-1939 : Norman Bethubne in China (by Ma Haide (George Hatem); The Living Bethune (by Paul Lin); Contributions of Norman Bethune to Developing China (by Lu Wanru). The Legacy / Le message : The Bethune Legend: Norman Bethune as Hero (by Maurice McGregor); Apres Bethune: l'experience des soins medicaux au Quebec: Table ronde — Rob Robson, Pierre Delva, Suzanne Dubreuil, Claire Dutrisac, Marc Lavallee, Marc Renaud, Denis Lazure; Reflections — Reflexions: Wendell MacLeod. Faint stains to fore-edge, else very good. 25.00

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164 BEVERIDGE, Cathy Chaos in Halifax. First Edition
Ronsdale Press, Vancouver, 2004, ISBN:1553800192 
BEVERIDGE, Cathy. Chaos in Halifax. (Vancouver) : Ronsdale Press, (2004). First Printing. Pp (6),[7]-203,(5). 8vo, illustrated card covers, yellow spine. Cathy Beveridge (b. Calgary). A novel about two twelve-year-olds set atthe time of the Halifax Explosion. "Twelve-year-old Jolene and her twin br other,Michael travel back in time during a family trip to research the Halifax explosion of 1917 for her father's Museum of Disasters. Together, the twins try to reconcile the honour and horrors of the Great War as they struggle with the knowledge that their new friends are living in the area soon to be devastated by the explosion. Michael is determined to try and leads them into the midst of destruction. In the harbour, the Mont Blanc, laden with explosives, collides with the Imo and bursts into flames. Can Jolene and Michael escape? A compelling sequel to Shadows of Disaster." - from rear cover. Light cover wear, else very good. 7.00

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165 BEYNEN, Anton C. (ed.). Nutritional Effects on Cholesterol Metabolism.
Transmondial, Voorthuizen , 1986, 
BEYNEN, Anton C. (ed.). Nutritional Effects on Cholesterol Metabolism. Voorthuizen : Transmondial, 1986. Pp (6),[1]-201,(1). Figures. 8vo, orange cardcovers, lettered in black. Contents : Dietary fats and serum cholesterol; Effects of different dietary fat: carbohydrate ratios on human lipoprotein metabolism; Dietary fiber and serum cholesterol; Ppossible mechanisms underlying the differential cholesterolemic effects of dietary casein and soy protein; Trans fat and cholesterol metabolism: fact and false; Fish oils, omega-3 fatty acids and serum lipids; Effects of dietary sucrose and fructose on triglyceride and cholesterol metabolism: Effect of diet on cholesterol metabolism in the Prague hereditary hypercholesterolemic rat; Hypo- and hyperresponders to dietary cholesterol; Effect of diet on serum cholesterol andatherosclerosis in monkeys; Effect of diet on serum lipids and lipoprotein s in hyperlipoproteinemic children; Effects of dietary fatty acids on the composition of serum lipoproteins; The effect of diet on biliary lipids; Therole of endogenously reabsorbed cholesterol in the regulation of the plasm a and other tissue cholesterol pools. Ex-library (spine label, inkstamps, rear pouch), spine rubbed, else very good. 50.00

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166 Bible Stories - Juvenile] Scripture Stories for Children and Youth. as is.
G.W. Cottrell, Boston, 1842, 
[Bible Stories - Juvenile]. Scripture Stories for Children and Youth . By the author of "American Popular Lessons", "Primary Dictionary", "Biography for Schools", "Tales from American History", "English History", "Grecian History", &c., &c., &c. With engravings. Boston: G.W. Cottrell, (1842). Pp. (2),[1]-174,(4), including frontispieces and plates. Illustrated. Small 8vo, pebbled blue cloth with gilt lettering and tooling to spine. Cocked, spine and boards quite rubbed, inner hinges cracked, foxing with soiling to plates, name. As is. 20.00

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167 BICE, Clare BICE, Clare Great Island : A Story of Mystery in Newfoundland. 1st no dj
1954, 
BICE, Clare. The Great Island : A Story of Mystery in Newfoundland. Writtenand Illustrated byClara Bice Toronto: Macmillan Company of Canada, 1954. F irst Printing. Pp (10),1-103,(1). 8vo, grey cloth with red lettering to front and spine. O'Dea 3038, Watters p.248, Rhodenizer p.428. "That summer at Ship Cove, it seemed as though everyone in Newfoundland was searching for something - fish or blueberries or buried treasure. It was a queer sort of asummer, strange and exciting, so that young Angus Bussey sometimes wondere d whether it was real or just part of a dream." - from the dj flap (not present). Vg. No dj. 20.00

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168 BICE, Clare Bice, Clare Hurricane Treasure. 1st US in dj. signed
Viking Press, 1965, 
BICE, Clare. Hurricane Treasure. Written and illustrated by Clare Bice. N.Y.: Viking Press, (1965). Pp (6),7-190,(2). 8vo, blue cloth. Vg-fine in dj. Signed. 25.00

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169 BICE, Clare BICE, Clare Hurricane Treasure. card covers.
Viking Press, 1966, 
BICE, Clare. Hurricane Treasure. N.Y. : The Viking Press, (June 1966). Second Printing. Pp (8),7-190,(4). 8vo, blue card covers. Covers rubbed with faint creasing, name, else good. 7.50

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170 BICE, Clare Bice, Clare Hurricane Treasure. in dj
Macmillan, 1965, 
BICE, Clare. Hurricane Treasure. Written and illustrated by Clare Bice. Toronto: Macmillan, 1965. pp 190. blue cl. Bibliography of Macmillan of CanadaImprints 1707. Vg-fine in dj with tears and a light damp-stain to rear pan el. 15.00

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Ten Years of Bolshevic Domination  : A Compilation of Articles.   First Edition, BICKERMANN, Joseph, ed. Patriotic Union of Russian Jews Abroad)
171 BICKERMANN, Joseph, ed. Patriotic Union of Russian Jews Abroad) Ten Years of Bolshevic Domination : A Compilation of Articles. First Edition
Patriotic Union of Russian Jews Abroad, Berlin, 1928, 1928 
BICKERMANN, Joseph, (ed.). Ten Years of Bolshevic Domination : A Compilation of Articles, edited by Joseph Bickermann. (Berlin) : Patriotic Union of Russian Jews Abroad, 1928. First Edition. Pp. (4),5-260,(2). 8vo, printed brown card covers with red lettering to front and a blank spine.

Contents:
1. Joseph Bickermann's "The Old Regime and the Revolution in Russia";
2. Gregory Landau's "The Soviet Regime";
3. Cyrill Zaitzeff and Peter Struve's "Land Policy and Land Conditions in Soviet Russia';
4. S. Sherman's "Economy in Soviet Russia";
5. W. Hoeffding's "The Russian Proletariat under Communistic Domination";
6. A. Bunge's "Women and Children in Soviet Russia";
7. D.S. Pasmanik's "The Condition of the Russian Jews before and after the Russian Revolution";
8. E. Kovalevsky's "The Russian Schools under the Yoke of the Bolshevics";
9. N. Arsenjew's "The Russian Church under the Bolshevics";
10. J. Eichenwald's "Proletarian Culture";
11. S. Melgunow's "The Red Terror in Russia, 1917-1927";
12. A. Winogradsky's "The Armed Forces of Soviet Russia";
13. Bickermann's "The Soviet Rulers in Relation to the Nations of the World".

Fore-edges of both covers and tail of spine chipped, all edges browned, bookplate verso front cover, some edge spotting, else very good. 150.00


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172 BIEN, Esther R. (ed.) American Girl. Vol. 39, No. 11. November 1956. For all girls. Published monthly by Girl Scouts of America
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A, New York, 1956, 
BIEN, Esther R. (ed.). American Girl. Vol. 39, No. 11. November 1956. For all girls. Published monthly by Girl Scouts of America. New York : Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., 1956. Pp (2),3-66,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Cover photo of Sandra Dee. Contents from cover : Advice from a model; Summer Olympics; White House-keeping. Musty, tears to spine ends, foxing to covers, vertical and corner creases, mailing label and cancelled stamp, else good. 10.00

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173 BIEN, Esther R. (ed.) American Girl. Vol. 39, No. 8. August 1956. For all girls. Published monthly by Girl Scouts of America
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A, New York, 1956, 
BIEN, Esther R. (ed.). American Girl. Vol. 39, No. 8. August 1956. For all girls. Published monthly by Girl Scouts of America. New York : Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., 1956. Pp (3),4-82,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Cover photo of Carol Lee modelling school fashions. Contents from cover : School fashions. Musty, nicked, mailing label and cancelled stamp, else good. 10.00

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174 BIGELOW, Newton (ed.) FOULKS, E.F. SPRINGMANN, R.R. ALEDORT, S. Psychiatric Quarterly. Vol. 43, No. 3, July 1969
State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, Utica, N.Y., 1969, 
BIGELOW, Newton (ed.). The Psychiatric Quarterly. Vol. 38, No. 2, April 1964. Utica, N.Y.: Published at the State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, 1964. Pp (2),[203]-404,(8). Illustrated. 8vo, light brown card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Anatomic Structures and Physiologic Systems (by F. A. Mettler); Psychiatric Facilities and Functions—An Overview (by S.M.Small); A Type of Group Psychotherapy in the Children's Unit ot a Mental H ospital (by D. Soble and J. J. Geller); Dyscultural Anxiety Reaction (by R.L. Leon); Folie a Famille in the Philippines (by C. Cioduco-Mguiar ana R. Wintrob); Reactions of a Group of Chronic Psychotic Patients to the Departure of the Group Therapist (by P. Magazu, J. Golner and J. Arsenian); Psychotherapy With Adolescents: Theme and Variations (by H. P. Gladstone); Notes on the Use of Drugs to Facilitate Group Psychotherapy (by B. G. Eisner); Education for Psychiatry (by M. R. Kaufman); The Mental Hospital in a Free Society (by D. J. Vail). Library inkstamps, else very good. 30.00

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175 BIGELOW, Newton (ed.) PARDES, H. FROSCH, W.A. CODY, J. Psychiatric Quarterly. Volume 41, No. 1, January 1967
State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, Utica, N.Y., 1967, 
BIGELOW, Newton (ed.). The Psychiatric Quarterly. Vol. 41, No. 1, January 1967. Utica, N.Y.: Published at the State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, 1967. Pp (3),2-202,(8). 8vo, light brown card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Training the Future Psychiatrist in Mental Retardation (by F.J. Menolascino and S. J. Dutch); Mourner Among the Children. Part 1 (by J. Cody); The Personality of the Alcoholic as an Impediment to Psychotherapy (by M. L. Selzer); Psychotherapeutic Rehabilitation Program "III." (by R. E. Mason and G. V. Erickson); Motivation for Selt-Admmistration of LSD (by W. A. Frosch, E. Bobbins, L. Robbins and M. Stern); Cases of Suspected Homosexuality Seen at an Army Mental Hvaiene Consultntinn Service (by R.G. Druss); Aberrant Dependency (by S Glasner); Rehabilitation in a Research Hospital (by H. A. Greenberg); Japanese B Encephalitis (by W. F. Fry, Jr., and A. Tobin); A Rare Case of Overt and Mutual Homosexuality in Female Identical Twins (by H. Pardes, J. Steinberg and R. C. Simons); Intensive Residential Treatment of the Adolescent (by D. B. Rinslev). Library inkstamp, else very good. 30.00

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176 BIGELOW, Newton (ed.) SABLE, D. EISNER, b.g. GLADSTONE, H.P. Psychiatric Quarterly. Volume 38, No. 2, April 1964
State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, Utica, N.Y., 1964, 
BIGELOW, Newton (ed.). The Psychiatric Quarterly. Vol. 38, No. 2, April 1964. Utica, N.Y.: Published at the State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, 1964. Pp (2),[203]-404,(8). Illustrated. 8vo, light brown card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Anatomic Structures and Physiologic Systems (by F. A. Mettler); Psychiatric Facilities and Functions—An Overview (by S.M.Small); A Type of Group Psychotherapy in the Children's Unit ot a Mental H ospital (by D. Soble and J. J. Geller); Dyscultural Anxiety Reaction (by R.L. Leon); Folie a Famille in the Philippines (by C. Cioduco-Mguiar ana R. Wintrob); Reactions of a Group of Chronic Psychotic Patients to the Departure of the Group Therapist (by P. Magazu, J. Golner and J. Arsenian); Psychotherapy With Adolescents: Theme and Variations (by H. P. Gladstone); Notes on the Use of Drugs to Facilitate Group Psychotherapy (by B. G. Eisner); Education for Psychiatry (by M. R. Kaufman); The Mental Hospital in a Free Society (by D. J. Vail). Library inkstamps, else very good. 30.00

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177 BIGELOW, Newton (ed.) STEVENSON, I. LEVY, N.J. LIPSHUTZ, D.M. Psychiatric Quarterly : Official Scientific Organ of the New York State Department of Mental Hyguene. Volume 35, No. 1, January 1961
State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, Utica, N.Y., 1961, 
BIGELOW, Newton (ed.). The Psychiatric Quarterly : Official Scientific Organ of the New York State Department of Mental Hyguene. Vol. 35, No. 1, January 1961. Utica, N.Y.: Published at the State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, 1961. Pp (1),2-210,(4). 8vo, light brown card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Alcohol Addiction in England and Opium Addiction in Singapore: Some Differences and Similarities (by M. M. Glatt and Leong Hon Koon); Studies on Mescaline XI: Biochemical Findings During the Mescaline-Induced State With Observations on the Blocking Action of Different Psychotropic Drugs (by H. C. B. Denber); The Role of Wishes in the Origin of Dreams and the Psychoses (by I. Stevenson); Infant Mortality and Malformations in Children of Schizophrenic Women (by D. E. Sobel); Notes on the Creative Processand the Creative Person (by N. J. Levy); Some Dynamic Factors in the Probl em of Aggression (by D. M. Lipshutz); Clinical Research From in-Patient Services for Children, 1920-1957 (by L. Bender); Negative Results With Chlorpromazine and Benactyzine in a Group of Chronic Psychotics (by T. A. Loftus, D. L. Clark, F. R. Crouse, T. E. Dillon, D. J. Jones, III, and H. E. LeFever); Initiating Psychotherapy With "Unmotivated" Fatients (by E. T. Gendlin); Language as a Psychological Phenomenon (by S. Reiss); Some Observations on Animism (by D. M. Moriarty); Communication—The Case of John Tarmon: Telepathy and the Law (by S. H. Posinsky). Library inkstamps, pen marks to Tableof Contents, else very good. 30.00

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178 BIRCH, T. Carrington Do You Know Book All about Ships
Perry Colour Books, London, 0, 
BIRCH, T. Carrington. All about Ships. London : Perry Colour Books Ltd., n.d. Pp 22. Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated boards. in the Do You Know books series. Very good. 10.00

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179 BISHOP, Ron Laughter All the Way. First edition
Goodlife Publications, Birmingham, 1968, 
BISHOP, Ron. Laughter All the Way. Illustrated by the Author. Birmingham (UK) : Goodlife Publications, (July 1968). First Edition. Pp (2),iii-v,(1),1-130,+ 2 pp plates. Text Drawings. 8vo, light brown cloth, gilt lettering tospine. Gill 127 : "This is, without question, one of the finest books on t he entertainmcient of children with magic. The author emphasizes in this book and in his lectures the importance of laughter in this sphere of the art, and he always places entertainment before pure mystification. The patter which accompanies each routine extracts as much comedy from each situation as possible, and even if the reader were foolish enough to ignore the excellent magic effects, he can apply the priceless lines and 'bits of business'to other effects." Contents : Foreword by Peter Warlock. 1. Author's Comme nt. 2. Routines for the Children's Entertainer. 3. Road Safety Magic. 4. Glove Puppets. 5. Rotines with Toys. 6. Novelty Equipment. 7. Ventriloqueal Novelties. 8. Tips on Making Props. Slightly cocked, wear to spine ends, corners bumped, else very good. 25.00

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Fancies of Boyhood : A Series of Poems, Original and Translated, BLACKADDER, Edward
180 BLACKADDER, Edward Fancies of Boyhood : A Series of Poems, Original and Translated
Nova Scotia Printing Company, Halifax, 1890, 
BLACKADDER, Edward [1869-1922]. Fancies of Boyhood: A Series of Poems, Original and Translated. Halifax: Nova Scotia Printing Company, 1890. Pp. vi,[1]-73,(1). 8vo, red cloth with decorative in blind design to front, gilt titles to front. Watters p.19, Rhodenizer p.899, Laugher p. 43, Lochhead, Checklist of Nineteenth Century Canadian Poetry in English : The Maritimes p.5."Although Acadia boasts such favored children of fame as Roberts, Vivien, Lockhart, Eaton who occupy heights which the lowly author of these poor lines may never hope to gain, yet he pleads the excuse "That the grey bird maytwitter out his rugged song beside the robin with the note so grand," for both birds fill their destined place in nature. As to the productions themselves, the title " Fancies of Boyiiood " explain[s] their nature. All were written between the ages of twelve and nineteen, and excepting three, "The Lost Child," " The Wandering Jew," and " Translation of the Pollio," beforethe age of eighteen; which early age will account for some irregularities of metre and crudities of construction. As to the worth of the pieces, I must of necessity leave the judgment of that to the public, but will feel (Oh, sad resource ! ) that if they are worthy of no praise, but possess at least a good moral character, they deserve no censure, and thus left alone, will pass into oblivion. - from Blackadder's November I5, I890 preface, written in Wolfville. The Vision; A Suicide; Ode on Death of John B. Finch; Farewell to the School; Ode on Death of Leslie Davison; Some foxing to the top edge, spine darkened, ends and corners bumped, shelf wear to lower edges, waterspotting to rear cover, an errant foxed spot here and there, browning to title page, else vg. 150.00

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