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161 CAMPBELL, Robert A. Reading the Qur'an in English : An Introductory Guide.
Cape Breton University Press, Sydney, N.S., 2009, ISBN:9781897000406 
CAMPBELL, Robert A. Reading the Qur'an in English : An Introductory Guide. Sydney, N.S.: Cape Breton University Press, (2009). First Edition. Pp (2),[i]-vii,(1),1-194. 8vo, decorated green and white card covers. "The unique beauty and richness of Islam’s sacred book calls out for it to be read and enjoyed by all. To be open to following the structural logic of the Qur’an, Western expectations about the use of narrative, description and dialogue should be set aside. Robert Campbell provides this introductory guide to help readers experience the Qur’an on its own terms. Following his guidance, in conjunction with reading an English language version of the Qur’an, can reveal a great deal about the nature of Islam and about how the Qur’an compares with other Abrahamic scriptures." - from the back cover. Very good. 12.50

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162 CAMPBELL, Stephenie YORKE, Ann Marie Peer into the Past : History and Oral Traditions of Richmond County. FirstEdition
Richmond County Literacy Network, D'Escousse, N.S., 2004, 
CAMPBELL, Stephenie. Peer into the Past : History and Oral Traditions of Richmond County. Research Assistand: Ann Marie Yorke. [D'Escousse, N.S.] :Richmond County Literacy Network, 2004. First Printing. Pp. (8),1-184. With 59b&w photos in the text. Map in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated blue cardc overs, plain blue spine. "Around every bend in the roads of Richmond County, we can discover the stories of those who went before us. Take this journey through tightly knit seaside communities, over the hills to the Bras d'OrLakes and along the rugged coastline of the county from Point Tupper to Fo urchu, from Cape Auguet to The Points and everywhere in between. Along the way, take a closer look into the past and find the story of an untamed countryside and the hardy people who settled it, from the Mi'kmaq to the early European pioneers. Imagine the general stores and the canneries, one-room schoolhouses, farms and fishermen's shacks built by those earlier inhabitants. Peer into the past and discover what mekes Richmond County such a uniqueand historic place." - from the back cover. Preface; Chapters : 1. Looking Back. Interesting People: The Kavanaghs; 2. Making a Living. Snapshot: At the L' Ardoise Shore; 3. Tending the Souls : Churches. Snapshot: On Sacred Land; 4. Tending the Minds : Schools. Interesting People: Dougald Boyle; 5.Industry and Transportation. Snapshot: John Fougere's Mill; 6. Never a Dul l Moment: Social Life and Celebrations. Interesting People: War Brides of Richmond County; 7. Changing Times. Interesting People: Wallace MacAskill; 8. In Their Own Words : Richmond County Seniors. Interesting People: Alex Goldie. With bibliography. Light cover creasing, else very good. 50.00

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163 CAMPBELL, Stephenie YORKE, Ann Marie, ass't) Peer Into the Past : History and Oral Traditions of Richmond County. signed pbk.
Richmond County Literacy Network, D'Escousse, NS, 2004, 
CAMPBELL, Stephenie. Peer Into the Past : History and Oral Traditions of Richmond County . Research Assistant: Ann Marie Yorke. (D'Escousse, NS): Richmond County Literacy Network, 2004. Pp. (8),[1]-184. Illustrated. 8vo, bluecard covers. Contents: 1. Looking Back; 2. Making a Living; 3. Tending the Souls: Churches; 4. Tending the Minds: Schools; 5. Industry and Transporta tion; 6. Never a Dull Moment: Social Life and Celebrations; 7. Changing Times; 8. In Their Own Words: Richmond County Seniors. Vg. Signed without inscription by Campbell on the title page. 25.00

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164 CAMPEY, Lucille H. After the Hector : The Scottish Pioneers of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1773-1852. First Edition.
Natural Heritage Books, Toronto, 2004, ISBN:1896219950 
CAMPEY, Lucille H. After the Hector : The Scottish Pioneers of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1773-1852. Toronto : Natural Heritage Books, (2004). FirstPrinting. Pp. (8),ix-xviii,[1]-376,(6). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale card covers with grey spine. "This is the first fully documented and detai led account, produced in recent times, of one of the greatest early migrations of Scots to North America. The arrival of the Hector in 1773, with nearly 200 Scottish passengers, sparked a huge influx of Scots to Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. Thousands of Scots, mainly from the Highlands and Islands, streamed into the province during the late-1700 and the first half of the nineteenth century, laying down a rich seam of Scottish culture, which continues to flourish. Author Lucille H. Campey traces the process of emigrationand explains why Scots chose their different settlement locations in Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. Much detailed information relating to emigrant shipcrossings and pioneer settlements has been distilled to provide new insigh ts on how, why and when the province came to acquire its distinctive Scottish communities. Extensively documented and including all known passenger lists of the period, with details of over three hundred ship crossings, this book tells the story of these intrepid Scots." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. The New World Beckons ; 2. The Hector Arrives in 1773 ; 3. The Loyalist Emigrants ; 4. Creating a New Scotland ; 5. The Attractions of the Timber Trade ; 6. Cape Breton's Growing Popularity ; 7. Nova Scotia's Lingering Appeal ; 8. Poor But Defiant: Cape Breton's Pioneer Scots ; 9. Ships and Atlantic Crossings ; 10. The Scottish Legacy. The first appendix contains fifteen passenger lists of those ships that came from Scotland to Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, while the second appendix is a comprehensive list of allof the ship crossings during the examined period (beginning with the Hecto r), the general location of the emigrant passengers' past residences, any cargo that was sent, etc. The final appendix has a more detailed examinationof the participating vessels. Expunged name, else very good. 20,00

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165 Canada - Senate - Special Committee McCAWLEY, Stuart Report and Proceedings of the Special Committee on Tourist Traffic. The Honourable W.H. Dennis, Chairman.
J.O. Patenaude, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Ottawa, 1934, 
(Canada – Senate – Special Committee). Report and Proceedings of the Special Committee on Tourist Traffic. The Honourable W.H. Dennis, Chairman. Ottawa : J.O. Patenaude, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1934. First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-283,(3). 8vo, printed blue wrappers.

"As a result of its survey and investigation, and the unanimity of the evidence and submissions received, your Committee has come definitely to these conclusions: - 1. That the Tourist Trade of Canada is capable of great expansion. 2. That this is a matter of national concern, in the interests of the Dominion as a whole. 3. That there is need for the establishment, at as early a date as possible, of a central organization at Ottawa to co-ordinate the activities of the multitude of tourist agencies, public and private, throughout the Provinces, as well as the work of those Federal departments and services interested in the promotion of tourist travel within and to Canada." pp.viii-ix.

William Henry Dennis (March 31, 1887 – January 18, 1954) was a Conservative and Progressive Conservative party member of the Senate of Canada. He was born in Colchester County, Nova Scotia and became a printer and publisher of the Halifax Herald.

Includes :
"Brief from Mr. S.E. Wharton, General Passenger Agent, Clarke Steamship Company Limited, Montreal";
"Brief from Mr. Stuart McCawley, Glace Bay, N.S. : Salt Water Angling in Maritime Waters as a Tourist Attraction" (p.224);
"Native Canadian Arts and Handicrafts and Their Relation to the Tourist Trade" (p..243-246) - by Mr. H.E.M. Chisholm, with an added section on French Canadian Handicrafts;
Brief from Canadian Automobile Association;
"Brief from Land of Evangeline Tourist Association" presented by John A.C. Lewis on behalf of this Annapolis Valley organization;
"Brief from Mr. T.G. Hopkins of Glace Bay, N.S.";
"Brief from British Empire Reference Series";
"Brief from Provincial Bureau of Information and Publicity of British Columbia, Victoria, B.C." [including a section oddly entitled "Artificial Stimulants" on Annual festivals, competitions, &c];
"Tourist Industry: A Five-year Plan" by J.B. Harkin, Commissioner of National Parks;
"Brief Submitted to the Committee as an Expression of Views of a Tourist Traveller in the Maritime Provinces" [pp.280-281, well-written but unfortunately uncredited, e.g.: "The man in the Ford probably spends much less money than the man in the Rolls-Royce, but they are many more of them,and they cannot afford guides and outfitters. If it is considered desirable to make these alluring facilities available to him it must be where expensive club associations, guides and tips are not necessary. Izaak Walton was a poor man."];
"Brief from Vancouver Publicity Bureau";
various Canadian banks and hotel associations; &c

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166 Canada - Canadian Parliament Canadian Parliament : Biographical Sketches and Photo-engravures of the Senators and Members of the House of Commons of Canada
Perrault Printing Co., Montreal , 1906, 
Canada - Canadian Parliament. The Canadian Parliament : Biographical Sketches and Photo-engravures of the Senators and Members of the House of Commonsof Canada. Being the Tenth Parliament, Elected November 3, 1904. Montreal : The Perrault Printing Co., 1906. Pp. (8),[9]-255,(1, errata). Tall 8vo, wine cloth with bevelled edges, gilt lettering and decoration to front, plain spine. Full of photos and short biographies. Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir Frederick W. Borden (Minister of Militia) from Nova Scotia; W.S. Fielding (Minister of Finance) from Nova Scotia; H.R. Emmerson (Minister of Railways and Canals) from New Brunswick; Senator Charles Edward Church (b. January 3, 1835 ,Tancook Island, Lunenburg County); Senator John Lovitt (b. October 9, 1832, Yarmouth); Senator William MacDonald (b. October 7, 1837, River Deny's Road, Inverness County, Cape Breton); Senator David MacKeen (b. September 23, 1839, Mabou, Cape Breton); Senator J.D. McGregor (b. September 1, 1838, New Glasgow, Pictou County); Senator Thomas McKay of Truro(b. Januaryr 8, 1839, Pictou County); Senator William Miller of Arichat (b . February 12, 1834, Antigonish); Senator Lawrence G. Power (b. August 9, 1841, Halifax); Senator James E. Robertson of Montague (b. October 8, 1840, New Perth, Prince Edward Island); Senator William Ross (b. December, 1825, Boularderie Island, Cape Breton); Senator Josiah Wood of Sackville, New Brunswick (b. April 18, 1845, Sackville, New Brunswick; Clerk of the House Thomas Barnard Flint (b. April 28, 1847, Yarmouth); Leader of the Opposition Robert L. Borden (b. June 26, 1854, Grand Pré, Nova Scotia); Alexander Johnston, MP for Sydney (b. April 24, 1867, Red Island, Richmond County, Cape Breton); Frederick A. Lawrence, MP for Colchester (b. April 23, 1843, Port Hood, Inverness County, Cape Breton); Angus McLennan, MP for Inverness (b. May 3, 1844, Broad Cove, Inverness County, Cape Breton); &c, &c. Tear to flyleaf, else very good in original cloth, with bright gilt. 160.00

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167 Canada - Department of Mines GUERNSEY, T.D. Summary Report, 1927, Part C. Geological Survey of Canada
F. A. Acland, 1928, 
(Canada - Department of Mines). Summary Report, 1927, Part C. Ottawa: F. A.Acland, 1928. Pp. 124 + 4 fldg. maps in rear pouch. 8vo, stapled grey pape r covers. Geological Survey No. 2171. Includes article "The Geology of North Mountain, Cape Breton" by T.D. Guernsey (pp.47c-82c). Also "Lake David Area, Chibougamau District, Quebec" by J.B. Mawdsley; "Eagle River Area, Abitibi Territory, Quebec" by J.B. Mawdsley; "Zince-Lead Field of Central Gaspé, Quebec" by F.J. Alcock; "Cimberland Sound Area, Baffin Island" by L.J. Weeks; "Some Problems of Peat Bog Investigation in Canada" by Väinö Auer; "Deep Borings in Ontario and Maritime Provinces" by E.D. Ingall; Very good. 40.00

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168 Canada - Department of Trade and Commerce) Coal Statistics for Canada for the Calendar Year 1932
J.O. Patenaude, Ottawa, 1933, 
(Canada - Department of Trade and Commerce). Coal Statistics for Canada forthe Calendar Year 1932. Issued by the Canadian Department of Trade and Com merce, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Mining, Metallurgical and Chemical Branch. Ottawa: J.O. Patenaude, 1933. Pp. 100. 8vo, grey paper covers. Some sunning and discolouration to covers, front corners slightly creased else vg. 25.00

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169 Canada - Parks) National Parks of Canada : A brief description of the Scenic and Recreational Attractions. 3rd ed
Department of Mines and Resources, 1938, 
(Canada - Parks). The National Parks of Canada : A brief description of theScenic and Recreational Attractions. Ottawa: Department of Mines and Resou rces, (1938). Third Edition. Pp. 64. illustrated with black & white photographs and a folding map at the rear. 8vo, off-white ill. card covers. Of local interest: Cape Breton Highlands National Park, pp. 47-50; Fort Anne National Park, pp. 59-61; Fort Beauséjour National Park, pp. 61-62; Prince Edward Island National Park, pp. 51-52. Faint rubbing along the spine, else vg.20.00

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Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada, Canada - Presbyterian
170 Canada - Presbyterian Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada
Murray Printing Co., Toronto, 1903, 
(Canada - Presbyterian). Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches ofCanada. Edited by a Committee of the Executive of the "Twentieth Century F und". Toronto: Murray Printing Co., 1903. Pp. 128. Illustrated with variousblack & white photographs. 8vo, purple printed card covers, plain spine. C ontents : The Twentieth Century Fund : Its Inception and the Results. Pioneer Work and Workers in Each of the Provinces (From Notes by R. Murray, James Croil, et al) : Province of Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; Island of Cape Breton; Province of New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Province of Quebec; Province of Ontario (Upper Canada); Manitoba and North-West Territories; British Columbia. Home Missions : Before and After the Home Mission Committee Period. The Church and Manse Building Fund of Manitoba and the North-West (by Sir Thomas Wardlaw Taylor). Augmentation Fund (East and West). Foreign Missions (by Rev. J. McDougall) : The New Hebrides; Trinidad; Demerara; Korea; Formosa; Central India; Honan; Shanghai; Macao; Chinese in Canada; Indians of North-West and British Columbia; Auxiliary Societies. French Evangelization (From Notes by Rev. Professor John Campbell). Presbyterian College, Halifax (by Rev. R. Murray). Presbyterian College, Montreal (From Notes by Professor John Campbell). Queen's College, Kingston (by Miss Saunders). Knox College (by Rev. R.N. Grant). Manitoba College (From Notes by Rev. Professor Geo. Bryce). Ottawa ladies' College (by Rev. Dr. Armstrong). Ministers'Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Synod of the Maritime Provinces). Ministers' Wi dows' and Orphans' Fund (Western Section). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Eastern Section) (by Rev. Anderson Rogers). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Western Section) (by Rev. A.H. Scott). Detailed Receipts. Spine and all edges faded to brown, some creasing to front corners, rear cover with a fewwhite spots, else vg. 50.00

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171 Canada - Presbyterian Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada
Murray Printing Co., Toronto, 1903, 
(Canada - Presbyterian). Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches ofCanada. Edited by a Committee of the Executive of the "Twentieth Century F und". Toronto: Murray Printing Co., 1903. Pp. 128. Illustrated with variousblack & white photographs. 8vo, brown card covers, lettered in black to fr ont cover. Contents : The Twentieth Century Fund : Its Inception and the Results. Pioneer Work and Workers in Each of the Provinces (From Notes by R. Murray, James Croil, et al) : Province of Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; Island of Cape Breton; Province of New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Province of Quebec; Province of Ontario (Upper Canada); Manitoba and North-West Territories; British Columbia. Home Missions : Before and After the Home Mission Committee Period. The Church and Manse Building Fund of Manitoba and the North-West (by Sir Thomas Wardlaw Taylor). Augmentation Fund (East and West). Foreign Missions (by Rev. J. McDougall) : The New Hebrides; Trinidad; Demerara; Korea; Formosa; Central India; Honan; Shanghai; Macao; Chinese in Canada; Indians of North-West and British Columbia; Auxiliary Societies. French Evangelization (From Notes by Rev. Professor John Campbell). Presbyterian College, Halifax (by Rev. R. Murray). Presbyterian College, Montreal (From Notes by Professor John Campbell). Queen's College, Kingston (by Miss Saunders). Knox College (by Rev. R.N. Grant). Manitoba College (From Notes byRev. Professor Geo. Bryce). Ottawa ladies' College (by Rev. Dr. Armstrong) . Ministers' Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Synod of the Maritime Provinces). Ministers' Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Western Section). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Eastern Section) (by Rev. Anderson Rogers). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Western Section) (by Rev. A.H. Scott). Detailed Receipts. Spine sunned, covers soiled, stains to a few leaves, else good. As is. 55.00

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172 Canada Railway News) Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada
Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., Ottawa, 1930, 
(Canada Railway News). Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada. Ottawa : Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., [1930s]. Pp. [45 plates]. Oblong 8vo, stapled brown card covers, lettered in black. Image captions : The Nova Scotian, Halifax, N.S.; Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia; Looking Seawards in Jumping Brook Valley, Cape Breton Highlands, National Park; Parliament Buildings Fredericton. New Brunswick; "A"- Bridges over Reversing Falls Saint John, New Brunswick; "B"- River and Tide Level at Stack Tide; "C"- Reversing Falls at High Tide; "D"- Falls at Low Tide; Queen St. Looking North, Charlcittetown, Prince Edward Island; This is the old Anne of Green Gables Home, showing "The Whispering Trees.' ; Tadoussac from Point Rouge; Chateau Frontenac showing Lower Town, Quebec; General View of Quebec City; Quebec Bridge Spanning the St. Lawrence River; Shawinigan Falls, P.Q.; C.N.R. Central Station, Montreal; Montreal from the Mountain; St. Joseph's Shrine, Montreal; Ottawa Canada showing the Canadian Houses of Parliament; The Thousand Island International Bridge showing Canadian Section; Down Town Business Section, Toronto; Provincial Parliament Buildings, Toronto; Central Section of Toronto Waterfront; Casa Loma, Toronto; City Hall, Toronto; "A"—Dunburn Castle and Museum, Hamilton; "B"—King Street East, Hamilton; "C" - Rock Garden, Hamilton; "D" - Hamilton Canada from the Mountain; "A"—Winter View of Niagara Falls; "B"—Horseshoe Falls, Canada; "C"—Aerial View of Niagara Falls; "D" - Spanish Aero Car over Niagara Gorge; Niagara Falls Canada showing Oakes Gardens; S.S. Northumberland in Welland Ship Canal; C.N.R. Station, London, Ontario; Peninsula Lake. Ontario; "A" - Ambassador Bridgem Windsor; "B" - Tunnel Busses in Detroit-Windsor Tunnel; "C" - Detroit Waterfront from Windsor, Canada; C.N.R. Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba; "A" - Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg; "B" - Grand Staircase, Parliament Buildings, Winnipeg; "C"- Old Fort Garry Gate, Winnipeg; "D" - Corner Portage Ave. and Main Street ; Wheat Fields in Western Canada; Parliament Buildings, Regina, Saskatchewan; Bessborough Hotel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Second Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; The Macdonald, Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Ave., Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper National Park, Alberta; Vancouver Waterfront; Brockton Point, Stanley Park. Vancouver, B.C.; Aerial View of Vancouver, British Columbia; Fraser River near Mt. Robson, B.C.; Inner Harbour, Victoria, Br.tish Columbia. Spine torn, surface tear to back cover, else very good.40.00

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173 Canada – Senate – Special Committee Report and Proceedings of the Special Committee on Tourist Traffic. The Honourable W.H. Dennis, Chairman.
J.O. Patenaude, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Ottawa, 1934, 1934 
(Canada – Senate – Special Committee). Report and Proceedings of the Special Committee on Tourist Traffic. The Honourable W.H. Dennis, Chairman. Ottawa : J.O. Patenaude, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1934. First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-283,(3). 8vo, printed blue wrappers.

"As a result of its survey and investigation, and the unanimity of the evidence and submissions received, your Committee has come definitely to these conclusions: -
1. That the Tourist Trade of Canada is capable of great expansion.
2. That this is a matter of national concern, in the interests of the Dominion as a whole.
3. That there is need for the establishment, at as early a date as possible, of a central organization at Ottawa to co-ordinate the activities of the multitude of toursit agencies.public and private, throughout the Provinces, as well as the work of those Federal departments and services interested in the promotion of tourist travel within and to Canada." pp.viii-ix.

William Henry Dennis (March 31, 1887 – January 18, 1954) was a Conservative and Progressive Conservative party member of the Senate of Canada. He was born in Colchester County, Nova Scotia and became a printer and publisher of the Halifax Herald.

Includes :
"Brief from Mr. S.E. Wharton, General Passenger Agent, Clarke Steamship Company Limited, Montreal";
"Brief from Mr. Stuart McCawley, Glace Bay, N.S. : Salt Water Angling in Maritime Waters as a Tourist Attraction" (p.224);
"Native Canadian Arts and Handicrafts and Their Relation to the Tourist Trade" (p..243-246) - by Mr. H.E.M. Chisholm, with an added section on French Canadian Handicrafts; Brief from Canadian Automobile Association;
"Brief from Land of Evangeline Tourist Association" presented by John A.C. Lewis on behalf of this Annapolis Valley organization;
"Brief from Mr. T.G. Hopkins of Glace Bay, N.S.";
"Brief from British Empire Reference Series";
"Brief from Provincial Bureau of Information and Publicity of British Columbia, Victoria, B.C." [including a section oddly entitled "Artificial Stimulants" on Annual festivals, competitions, &c];
"Tourist Industry: A Five-year Plan" by J.B. Harkin, Commissioner of National Parks;
"Brief Submitted to the Committee as an Expression of Views of a Tourist Traveller in the Maritime Provinces" [pp.280-281, well-written but unfortunately uncredited, e.g.: "The man in the Ford probably spends much less money than the man in the Rolls-Royce, but they are many more of them, and they cannot afford guides and outfitters. If it is considered desirable to make these alluring facilities available to him it must be where expensive club associations, guides and tips are not necessary. Izaak Walton was a poor man."]; "Brief from Vancouver Publicity Bureau";
various Canadian banks and hotel associations; &c.

Corner chip to rear cover, name, else very good. 35.00

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174 CANADA-HOUSE OF COMMONS) House of Commons Special Committee Investigating Coal Resources of Canada. 1926.
F.A. Acland, 1926, 
(CANADA-HOUSE OF COMMONS). House of Commons Special Committee Investigating Coal Resources of Canada : Proceedings of the Special Committee appointed to investigate our present sources of supply of Anthracite and Bituminous Coal, the dependability of such sources, and whether the price paid by the Canadian Consumer is fair and reasonable; and also to inquire as to the methods of mining and delivering Canadian Coal in the best and cheapest way to all parts of the Dominion, for the purpose of giving employment to our Workmen, Freight to our Transportation Companies, etc., Comprising The Order of Reference, Reports of the Committee presented to the House, the Evidence taken before the Committee, and the Communications and Data submitted by various Persons in the course of the Proceedings. January-July Session, 1926. First Session of the Fifteenth Parliament of Canada. Ottawa: F.A. Acland, 1926. Pp 364. 8vo, printed blue card covers. Heavily rubbed, chips to spine, horizontal tear to front cover, owner's signature, else vg. 40.00

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175 Canadian Antiques Collector McLAREN, George MacKAY, Donald JANNASCH, Neills W. Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 7 / No. 1, January / February 1972.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1972, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 7 / No. 1,January / February 1972. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1972. Pp [1]-87,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Special issue on Nova Scotia. Articles include the following : Nova Scotia, 1828 (by Phyllis R. Blakeley); Notable Nova Scotians (by Bruce Fergusson); You paint me a ship (by Neills W. Jannasch); Goldsmiths and silversmiths (by Donald Mackay); Potters (by George McLaren); HalifaxRestorations (by Maud Rosinski); Furniture of Nova Scotia (by George McLar en); Louisbourg: The Emerging touchstone (by Dr. John Lunn); Choice 18th Century Accents (by Mary Askim); Halifax: City in Midpassage (by Louis Collins); Nova Scotia Museum (by J.L Martin); Places to Remember (by Malcolm McLeod, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3949); Textile Arts (by Harold Burnham); FolkArt in Cape Breton (by M. Florence Mackley); A Pencil Sketch (by Peter B. Waite); Early Buildings (by A.F. Duffus); Heritage in Printing (by Shirley Elliott); Glass (by George McLaren); Local Museums (by C. Richard Wilcox); Artists and Their Pictures (by Donald Mackay). Very good. 20.00

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176 Canadian Antiques Collector REID, Alex WEBSTER, Donald NORMAN-WILCOX, Gregor Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 5 / No. 6, June 1970.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1970, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 5 / No. 6,June 1970. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1970. Pp [1]-31,(1) including covers, plus a 16-page Canadian Antique Dealers Directory as centrefold. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated orange stapled wrappers. Contents : Victorian Silver (by K. Corey Keeble); Oriental Cloisonne Enamels (by Alex Reid); The Great Boz (by Pitt Clark); The London Market (by Frank Davis); New Form of Pattern Glass for Collectors (by Donald Webster); Louisbourg – The Gibraltar of Canada (pp 23-24, not seen in Tennyson); Don't Just Stand There (by G. Norman-Wilcox); Simeon Perkins House [Nova Scotia] (pp 27-28); Period Pieces. Rubbed, penned names and mailing label, else very good. 17.00

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177 Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women) Groups Dynamic : A Collection of Nova Scotia Her-Stories
Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women, Antigonish?, 1990, ISBN:0921283075 
(Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women). Groups Dynamic : A Collection of Nova Scotia Her-Stories. [Antigonish?] : Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women, (1990). Pp (1),ii-v,(1),1-50. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated grey stapled card covers, lettrered in black. Contents : A Circle ot Voices; A Woman's Place; Abortion Information and ReferralService (AIRS); Ad Hoc Women's Film Group; Antigonish Women's Resoure Cent re; Antigonish CIBC Women Tellers' Strike; Art Networking in Nova Scotia; Association des Acadiennes de la Nouvelle-Ecosse; Atlantic Provinces Political Lesbians for Example (APPLE); Black Professional Women's Group; Black Wome's Network; Canadian Abortion Rights Action League/Halifax (CARAL); Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women (CCLOW); Canadian Research Institute tor the Advancement of Women (CRIAW); Cape Breton Transition House; Christian Women of Faith; Colchester Women's Resource Association (CWRA); Congress of Black Women-—Halifax/Dartmouth Chapter; Eastern Shore Learning Opportunities for Women (ESLOW) and Lea Place; Elizabeth Fry (Unison) Society of Cape Breton; Elizabeth Fry Society of Halifax/Dartmouth; Four theMoment; Other Groups in the Continuing Story; Guysborough Learning Opportu nities for Women (GLOW); Halifax's First Women's Liberation Group; Halifax-Jamaca Exchange; International Women's Day - Halifax; Juniper House; Leeside Society; Lifesize Women and Film Series; Local Council of Women; Low Income Network Committee (LINC); Lunenburg County Women's Group (LCWG); Midwifery Coalition of Nova Scotia; Mothers United for Metro Shelter (MUMS); NeverAgain Affinity Group (NAAGS); Nova Scotia Childbirth Education Committee; Nova acotia Native Women's Association; Pandora; Pictou County Women's Centre; Rape Relief; Reclaim the Night / Take Back the Night; Reel Life; SecondStory Women s Centre; Stepping Stone; Third Place; Trtansiton Houses, Intr oduction; Unison Halifax; Voice of Women, Nova Scotia (VOW); Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW); Women and Video Exnloration (WAVE); Women Aware; Women In/Of the Arts; Women Unlimited ; Women s Action Coaliton of Nova Scotia (WACNS); Women's Art Group; Women's Bureau; Women's Health Education Network (WHEN); Women's Housing Cooperative; Women's Information, Resource and Relerral Service (WIRRS); Women's Initiative for Liberated Lives (WILL). Very good. 20.00

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178 Canadian Ethnic Studies). BEATON, Elizabeth. RALSTON, Helen. BASSLER, Gerhard P. Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada. Vol. 20, No. 3, 1988.Special Issue : Atlantic Canada.
Research Centre for Canadian Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary, Calgary , 1988, 
(Canadian Ethnic Studies). Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada. Vol. XX, No. 3, 1988. Special Issue : Atlantic Canada. (Calgary : Research Centre for Canadian Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary, 1988. Pp (2),[1]-272,(14). 8vo, illustrated pink and green card covers, white spine. Contents : Introduction: Ethnicity in Atlantic Canada (by Nancy W, Jabbra, pp 1-5); Ethnicity in Atlantic Canada: A Survey (by Nancy W. Jabbra and Ronald L. Cosper, pp 6-27); The Immigrant Experience in Halifax, 1881-1931 (byD. Owen Carrigan, pp 28-41); The Enemy Alien Experience in Newfoundland 19 14-1918 (by Gerhard P. Bassler, pp 42-62); Ethnicity, Class and Gender Among South Asian Women in Metro Halifax: An Exploratory Study (by Helen Ralston, pp 63-83); Women in the Greek Community of Nova Scotia (by Geraldine Thomas, pp 84-93); The Changing Significance of Labrador Settler Ethnicity (byJohn C. Kennedy, pp 94-111); Religious Affiliation and Ethnic Identity of West Indians in Whitney Pier (by Elizabeth Beaton, pp 112-131); Putting on The Kilt: The Scottish Stereotype and Ethnic Community Survival in Cape Breton (by Norman Macdonald, pp 132-146); plus research notes, opinions, booksreceived. Very good. 15.00

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179 Canadian Hydrographic Service) Gulf of St. Lawrence Pilot. 6th ed
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1968, 
(Canadian Hydrographic Service). Gulf of St. Lawrence Pilot. With the Coastof Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton I sland, and Newfoundland, bordering on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Including The Banks of Newfoundland and the approaches to the Gulf by Cabot Strait, and the Strait of Belle Isle and the Strait of Canso. Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1968. Sixth Edition. Pp. 368. With one folding map. 8vo, navy cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. A very good copy. 25.00

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180 Canadian Journal of Archaeology ELLIS, Christopher KRISTMANSON, Helen MARTINDALE, Alexander Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 28, 2004 - Issue 2.
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2004, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 28, 2004 – Issue 2. Pp [i]-vi,[205]-406. Illustrated. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Understanding “Clovis” Fluted Point Variability in the Northeast: A Perspective from the Debert Site, Nova Scotia (by Christopher Ellis, pp 205-253); Northern Tsimshian Elderberry Use in the late Pre-contact to Pre-contact Era (by Alexander Martindale and Irena Jurakic, pp 254-280); Cutting Edges and Salmon Skin: Variation in Salmon Processing Technology on the Northwest Coast (by Jess Morin, pp 281-318). Research Notes : Applications of Archaeological GIS (by David Ebert, pp 319-341); The Application of X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis to Archaeological Samples: A Case Study from Newfoundlandand Cape Breton Island (by Helen Kristmanson, pp 342-352); The Pendant Sto nes of Pasquatinow (by David Meyer and Patrick Young); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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