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161 PEIRCE, Elizabeth Pirate Rebel : Story of Notorious Ned Jordan
Nimbus, Halifax, 2007, ISBN:9781551096247 
PEIRCE, Elizabeth. The Pirate Rebel: The Story of Notorious Ned Jordan. (Halifax): Nimbus, (2007). Pp. [i]-iii,(1),1-156. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. "Set in the early nineteenth century, this historical novel is based on the true story of a murderous pirate who sailed - and bloodied - the waters of eastern Canada. When Ned Jordan flees Ireland with his family after fighting in the failed rebellion of 1798, he expects to findhis fortune in the New World. Meeting only with failure and disappointment in New York and Quebec, Jordan moves his family to Halifax, hoping that th e rough port city holds some promise for them. But Jordan's last chance at success, the building of the ship Three Sisters, is predicated on a lie, and when the lie catches up with him, his desperation becomes something much more deadly." Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 9.00

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162 PEIRCE, Elizabeth. Pirate Rebel : Story of Notorious Ned Jordan. First Edition, signed.
Nimbus, Halifax, 2007, ISBN:9781551096247 
PEIRCE, Elizabeth. The Pirate Rebel: The Story of Notorious Ned Jordan. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (2007). First Printing. Pp. (2),iii,(1),1-156. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Elizabeth Peirce, b. 1975, resides in Halifax. "Set in the early nineteenth century, thishistorical novel is based on the true story of a murderous pirate who sail ed - and bloodied - the waters of eastern Canada. When Ned Jordan flees Ireland with his family after fighting in the failed rebellion of 1798, he expects to find his fortune in the New World. Meeting only with failure and disappointment in New York and Quebec, Jordan moves his family to Halifax, hoping that the rough port city holds some promise for them. But Jordan's last chance at success, the building of the ship Three Sisters, is predicated on a lie, and when the lie catches up with him, his desperation becomes something much more deadly." Very good. Signed and inscribed by Peirce on the title page. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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163 PERRETT, Bryan Gunboat! Small Ships at War.
Castle Books, Edison, NJ, 2003, ISBN:0785816046 
PERRETT, Bryan. Gunboat! Small Ships at War. (Edison, NJ) : Castle Books, (2003). Pp. (6),7-224, + 16 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, cream paper covered boards with black lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Little Ships, big War; Gunboat Operations During the Crimean War, 1854-5; 2. Chinese Poison: The Second Opium War, 1856-60; 3. The Demise of Jolly Roger: The Suppression of Piracy in the East Indies and the South China Sea, 1855-69; 4. Gunfire on the Mississippi: Federal and Confederate Gunboats in Action, 1862-3; 5. The World's Policemen: Gunboats and the Pax Britannica, 1865-90; 6. Death on the Nile: Egypt, 1882 and the Gordon Relief Expedition, 1884-5; 7. Revenge at Omdurman: The Second Sudan War, 1896-8; 8. Spicer-Simson Pulls It Off: German East Africa, 1914-16; 9. General Townshend Holds a Regatta: The Mesopotamian Campaign, 1914-17; 10. Bolos, Emperors and Warlords: Gunboat Operations Between the World Wars, 1918-39; 11. Inshore Squadron: The Mediterranean, 1940-4; 12. Imperial Echo: The Detention and Escape ofHMS Amethyst, 1949; 13. Epilogue: Return to Brown Water: Riverine Operatio ns in Vietnam. Very good in dustjacket. 12.50

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164 PICKERING, David. Pirates From corsairs and cutlasses to parrots and planks
Collins, London, 2006, ISBN:0007230079 
PICKERING, David. Pirates [From corsairs and cutlasses to parrots and planks]. (London : Collins, 2006). Pp [1]-256, Illustrated. 16mo, illustrated white card covers. In the Collins gem series. “Profiles of pirates from Anne Bonny and Blackbeard to Sir Francis Drake. Discover what life was like on board a pirate ship. Covers pirates from ancient times to the modern age.” -from the back cover. Very good. 6.00

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Trial of Jones, Hazelton, Anderson and Trevaskiss, alias Johnson for Piracyand Murder on board barque Saladin, with the written confessions of the pr isoners. Limited, Numbered 1967 reprint, Piracy)
165 Piracy) Trial of Jones, Hazelton, Anderson and Trevaskiss, alias Johnson for Piracyand Murder on board barque Saladin, with the written confessions of the pr isoners. Limited, Numbered 1967 reprint
Petheric Press, Halifax, NS, 1967, 
(Piracy). Trial of Jones, Hazelton, Anderson and Trevaskiss, alias Johnson for Piracy and Murder on board barque Saladin, with the written confessionsof the prisoners, Produced in Evidence on the said Trial, to which is adde d, particulars of their execution on the 30th of July. Also, the Trial of Carr and Galloway, for the Murder of Captain Fielding and his Son on board the Saladin. Compiled from the Halifax papers. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) : Petheric Press, 1967. Pp [3]-65,(1). 8vo, cream card covers, maroon cloth tape spine. Reprint of Halifax 1844 edition. Limited to 900 numbered copies. Seealso Douglas E. Howell's "The Saladin Trial: A Last Hurrah for Admiralty S essions" in The Northern Mariner : Journal of the Canadian Nautical Research Society, Vol. V, No. 4, October 1995, (pp 1-18) . Very good. 25.00

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166 POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer. 1st Canadian in dj.
Musson, 1981, ISBN:0773700528 
POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer : A Novel. Don Mills, ON: Musson, (1981). First Canadian Edition. Pp. (10),1-278. Illustrated with [1] double page map. 8vo, purple cloth with gilt lettering to spine. The Roundheads are hunting the Royalists in Barbados. In the 1650s with Englishmen slaughtering Englishmen no one is safe in the Caribbean. European navies battle each other for the wealth of the New World, and all are fair game for the buccaneers along the Spanish Main. Vg-fine in clean, crisp, unclipped dj. 35.00

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167 POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer. 1st Canadian in dj. cracked.
Musson, 1981, ISBN:0-7737-0052-8 
POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer : A Novel. Don Mills, ON.: Musson, (1981). First Canadian Edition. Pp 277. Illustrated with [1] double page map. 8vo, purple cloth. The Roundheads are hunting the Royalists in Barbados. In the 1650s with Englishmen slaughtering Englishmen no one is safe in the Caribbean. European navies battle each other for the wealth of the New World, and all are fair game for the buccaneers along the Spanish Main. Slightly cocked, remainder mark to top edge, inner rear hinge cracked, ow vg in dj. 35.00

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168 POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer. 1st Canadian in dj. with remainder mark.
Musson, 1981, ISBN:0773700528 
POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer : A Novel. Don Mills, ON: Musson, (1981). First Canadian Edition. Pp. (10),1-278. Illustrated with [1] double page map. 8vo, purple cloth with gilt lettering to spine. The Roundheads are hunting the Royalists in Barbados. In the 1650s with Englishmen slaughtering Englishmen no one is safe in the Caribbean. European navies battle each other for the wealth of the New World, and all are fair game for the buccaneers along the Spanish Main. Remainder mark to top edge, else vg in nicked, unclipped dj. 30.00

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169 POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer. 1st UK in dj. cracked.
Secker & Warburg, London, 1981, ISBN:0436377403 
POPE, Dudley. Buccaneer : A Novel. London: the Alison Press, Secker & Warburg, (1981). First UK Edition. Pp 277. Illustrated with [1] double page map.8vo, purple cloth with gilt lettering to spine. The Roundheads are hunting the Royalists in Barbados. In the 1650s with Englishmen slaughtering Engli shmen no one is safe in the Caribbean. European navies battle each other for the wealth of the New World, and all are fair game for the buccaneers along the Spanish Main. Front inner hinge cracked, in unclipped dust jacket. As is. 20.00

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170 PRINGLE, Patrick Jolly Roger : The Story of the Great Age of Piracy. First Edition in dustjacket.
Norton, New York, 1953, 
PRINGLE, Patrick. Jolly Roger : The Story of the Great Age of Piracy. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, Publishers, (1953). First Printing. Pp. (4),5-294,(2), frontis., + 32 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A survey of piracy on the Caribbean, with the side goal of showing that not all pirates were the "abominable brutes" that popular culture makes them out to be. Contents: 1. Abominable Brutes; 2. Big Business; 3. Her Majesty's Pirates; 4. Jacobeans and Carolines;5. Brethren of the Coast; 6. Morgan; 7. The Last of the Buccaneers; 8. Who Would Be a Pirate?; 9. On the Account; 10. Flags, Red and Black; 11. The P irate Round; 12. The Arch-Pirate; 13. The Mystery of Captain Kidd; 14. Piracy Destroyed; 15. Pirate Republic; 16. Blackbeard; 17. Woodes Rogers of Nassau; 18. "My Lord, We Plead Our Bellies"; 19. Another Madagascar; 20. The Great Pirate Roberts; 21. Captain Snelgrave's Story; 22. The Decline of Piracy; 23. The Character of the Pirate. Front inner hinge cracked, light foxing throughout, else good in chipped, tape-repaired, unclipped and still brightly-illustrated dustjacket. 20.00

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171 Privateering) Memorial of Sundry Inhabitants of the State of Massachusetts on the Subjectof Privateering. disbound.
Gales & Seaton, 1821, 
(Privateering.). Memorial of Sundry Inhabitants of the State of Massachusetts on the Subject of Privateering : January 26, 1821 Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Washington: Gales & Seaton, 1821. Pp 32. 8vo, disbound. A closely argued, densely allusive Brahmin condemnation of the practice of privateering and of the United States' participation in it. The memorialists included Daniel Webster, George Cabot, and Francis Parkman. Paper yellowed,pages hand numbered, small ink stain to front cover, else vg. 175.00

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172 REDIKER, Marcus Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea : Merchant Seamen, Pirates, and theAnglo-American Maritime World, 1700-1750. in dj
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1987, 
REDIKER, Marcus. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea : Merchant Seamen,Pirates, and the Anglo-American Maritime World, 1700-1750. Cambridge: Camb ridge University Press, (1987). Second Printing. Pp. (8),vii-xv,(1),1-322,(10). 8vo, blue cloth. "Marcus Rediker uses a huge array of historical sources -- court records, diaries, travel accounts, and many others -- to reconstruct the social and cultural world of the Anglo-American seamen and pirates who sailed the seas in the first half of the eighteenth century. Rediker tours the sailor's North Atlantic, following seamen and their ships along the pulsing routes of trade into rowdy port towns. He re-creates life along the waterfront, where seafaring men from around the world crowded into sailor town, with its brothels, alehouses, and street brawls, and the city jail. His study explores social life at sea as well, especially the natural terror that inevitably shaped the existence of those who plied the forbidding oceans of the globe in small, brittle wooden ships." - from the dust jacket. Contents: 1. The Seaman as Man of the World: A Tour of the North Atlantic, c. 1740; 2. The Seaman as Collective Worker: The Labor Process at Sea; 3.The Seaman as Wage Laborer: The Search for Ready Money; 4. The Seaman as P lain Dealer: Language and Culture at Sea; 5. The Seaman as the "Spirit of Rebellion": Authority, Violence, and Labor Discipline; 6. The Seaman as Pirate: Plunder and Social Banditry at Sea. Vg in dj. 50.00

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173 REDIKER, Marcus Villains of all Nations : Atlantic Pirates in the Golden Age. in dj.
Beacon Press, Boston, 2004, ISBN:0807050245 
REDIKER, Marcus. Villains of all Nations : Atlantic Pirates in the Golden Age. Boston: Beacon Press, (2004). Pp. [8],1-240. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth spine with red paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. This volumefocuses on Atlantic piracy in the early part of the eighteenth century - d ubbed by Rediker (perhaps the greatest modern mind on the subject) to be the "Golden Age" of piracy. Contents: 1. A Tale of Two Terrors, 2. The Political Arithmetic of Piracy, 3. Who Will Go "a Pyrating"?, 4. "The New Government of the Ship", 5. "To Do Justice to Sailors", 6. The Women Pirates: AnneBonny and Mary Read, 7. "To Extirpate Them Out of the World", 8. "Defiance of Death Itself". Vg in dj. 20.00

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174 ROBERTS, Nancy. Blackbeard and Other Pirates of the Atlantic Coast.
John F. Blair, Publisher, Winston-Salem, NC , 1999, ISBN:0895870983 
ROBERTS, Nancy. Blackbeard and Other Pirates of the Atlantic Coast. Winston-Salem, NC : John F. Blair, Publisher, (1999). Sixth Printing. Pp [i]-xvii,(1),[1]-204,(2). 8vo, maroon cloth spine, grey paper covered boards, silverlettering to spine. Contents : Preface. Introduction. Edward Teach. Stede Bonnet. Thomas Tew. John Davis. Charles Vane. Thomas Pound. “Calico Jack” Rackham. Samuel Bellamy. William Kidd. Anne Bonny. John Redfield. Edward Low. Lewis Guittar. William Lewis. John Quelch. William Fly. Charles Gibbs. Rachel Wall. Glossary. Very good in dustjacket. 10.00

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175 ROBERTSON, Morgan Wreck of the Titan; Or, Futility
Buccaneer Books, Cutchogue, NY, 1994, ISBN:0899668216 
ROBERTSON, Morgan. The Wreck of the Titan; Or, Futility. Cutchogue, NY: Buccaneer Books, (1994). Pp. (4),[1]-243,(5). 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. See Smith & Weller, Sea Fiction Guide 2080. A novel, written originally in 1898, about the wreck of the world's largest liner, the aptly-named Titan, which many believe was an eerie forerunner to the sinking of the Titanic 14 years later. Contents : The Wreck of the Titan; The Pirates;Beyond the Spectrum; In the Valley of the Shadow. Very good. 50.00

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176 ROBINSON, Patrick Ghost Force. 1st in dj.
HarperCollins, New York, 2006, ISBN:9780060746919 
ROBINSON, Patrick. Ghost Force. (New York): HarperCollins, (2006). First USPrinting. Pp. [i]-ix,(3),[1]-418,(2). 8vo, blue paper spine with red paper covered boards. Robinson's 2006 thriller, set in the Falklands in 2011. "T he year is 2011, and Russia is poised to help Argentina blast its way into the Falkland Islands, to hurl the ruling British out of the South Atlantic forever. Enraged at this act of international piracy, Great Britain dispatches a battle fleet to the islands for the second time in thirty years. Little do tehy realize that Russia's lethal Akula-crass submarine, Viper 157, stuffed to the gunwales with ship-killing torpedoes, lies in wait for the Royal Navy aircraft carrier, which is transporting the British fighter-bomberair force. The United States, under the indomitable Admiral Arnold Morgan' s stern eye, unleashes Navy SEALs to hammer Argentina into submission, and in two breathtaking, clandestine missions, tehy smash their most expensive hardware -- guided-missile warships and an entire fighter aircraft strike group. The SEALs must make a death-defying parachute drop into the freezing ocean, hit the battlefield in total secret, and obliterate their enemy -- all in lethal silence... a ruthless, terrible attack carried out by a U.S. ghost force..." - from the dj. Very good in clean, crisp, unclipped dust jacket. 20.00

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177 RODGER, Robin W. Tall Ships, Pirates and Treasure in Nova Scotia. 2nd Edition, Signed.
Canadian Marine Publications, Halifax, 2003, ISBN:0969359578 
RODGER, Robin W. Tall Ships, Pirates and Treasure in Nova Scotia Second Edition. (Halifax, Nova Scotia : Canadian Marine Publications, 2003). [Printedby HalCraft]. Pp. 1-32. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled beige card c overs. New. Signed by the author verso front cover. Very good. 5.00

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178 ROWE, Frederick W. History of Newfoundland and Labrador. 1st pr in dj
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1980, 1980 0070923973 / 9780070923973 
ROWE, Frederick W. A History of Newfoundland and Labrador . Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson, (1980). First Printing. Pp (12),1-563,(1). 2 maps in the text. 8vo, tan cloth, copper lettering to spine.

"This is the first large-scale history of Newfoundland and Labrador to be published in almost ninety years. Frederick Rowe's carefully researched and skilfully written narrative deals with the history of his homeland from the earliest inhabitants, the Archaic Indians and Palaeo Eskimos, to the present day. He tells of the earliest European discoverers — Leif Ericson and, perhaps, the Irish monks of the Brendan voyages, and Cabot, Gilbert and other early visitors and colonisers. Here is the tragic story of the Beothuks, the Indian tribe that became extinct in the 1820s. The fishery on the famous Newfoundland banks led to permanent settlement and the conflicting claims of French and English. Newfoundland played a disproportionate role in the colonial history of the two European superpowers for nearly 300 years, and because of its geographical position it has figured in the outcome of every major war from Queen Anne's War to World War II.

Above all, this is a history of the people of Newfoundland and Labrador. How they maintained for centuries a precarious existence based on fishing — an existence so precarious that starvation was still a possibility well into the twentieth century. How they resolved the antagonism of two hostile groups, the Catholic Irish and the Protestant English and Welsh, after years of hatred and violence. How they decided after a century of debate to join Canada. How Newfoundlanders relinquuished Dominion status lor fifteen years in favour of a unique experiment in government by commission. How since Confederation they have transformed the province, building highways, schools, hospitals and colleges, yet m the same time fostering a distinctive Newfoundland way of life." - from the dj flap

Chapters:
1. Environment;
2. Myth and Fact: Early Inhabitants and Visitors;
3. Voyages;
4. The Colonies;
5. The West Country and Newfoundland;
6. Settlement;
7. Piracy and Wars;
8. The Beothuks (pp.153-172);
9. A Society Emerges;
10 Religion, Education and Justice ;
11. The Irish in Newfoundland (pp.211-223);
12. The New Society, 1800-1832;
13. Alcohol (pp.250-258, rum, &c);
14. Representative and Responsible Government, 1832-1861;
15. Travail and Hope, 1861-1900;
16. The French Shore (pp.311-325);
17. The Politics and Economics of the Newfoundland Railway (pp.327-339);
18. Politics and Progress, 1900-1919;
19. World War I (pp.369-376);
20. The Aftermath of World War ;
21. Commission of Government, 1934-1949;
22. World War II (pp.429-435);
23. Confederation;
24 Labrador (pp.465-490);
25. Since 1949 — The Economic Story;
26. Since 1949 — The Social Story. With biblography and index.

Publisher's review bookplate, else very good in slightly edgeworn, spine-sunned dustjacket. 75.00

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179 ROWE, Frederick W. History of Newfoundland and Labrador. 2nd Printing in dustjacket
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1987, ISBN:0070923973 
ROWE, Frederick W. A History of Newfoundland and Labrador. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson, (1987). Second Printing. Pp (12),1-563,(1). 2 maps in the text. 8vo, tan cloth, copper lettering to spine. "This is the first large-scale history of Newfoundland and Labrador to be published in almost ninety years. Frederick Rowe's carefully researched and skilfully written narrative deals with the history of his homeland from the earliest inhabitants, the Archaic Indians and Palaeo Eskimos, to the present day. He tells of the earliest European discoverers — Leif Ericson and, perhaps, the Irish monks of the Brendan voyages, and Cabot, Gilbert and other early visitors and colonisers. Here is the tragic story of the Beothuks, the Indian tribe that becameextinct in the 1820s. The fishery on the famous Newfoundland banks led to permanent settlement and the conflicting claims of French and English. Newfoundland played a disproportionate role in the colonial history of the two European superpowers for nearly 300 years, and because of its geographical position it has figured in the outcome of every major war from Queen Anne'sWar to World War II. Above all, this is a history of the people of Newfoun dland and Labrador. How they maintained for centuries a precarious existence based on fishing — an existence so precarious that starvation was still apossibility well into the twentieth century. How they resolved the antagon ism of two hostile groups, the Catholic Irish and the Protestant English and Welsh, after years of hatred and violence. How they decided after a century of debate to join Canada. How Newfoundlanders relinquuished Dominion status lor fifteen years in favour of a unique experiment in government by commission. How since Confederation they have transformed the province, building highways, schools, hospitals and colleges, yet m the same time fosteringa distinctive Newfoundland way of life." - from the dj flap Chapters: 1. E nvironment; 2. Myth and Fact: Early Inhabitants and Visitors; 3. Voyages; 4. The Colonies; 5. The West Country and Newfoundland; 6. Settlement; 7. Piracy and Wars; 8. The Beothuks (pp.153-172); 9. A Society Emerges; 10 Religion, Education and Justice ; 11. The Irish in Newfoundland (pp.211-223); 12.The New Society, 1800-1832; 13. Alcohol (pp.250-258, rum, &c); 14. Represe ntative and Responsible Government, 1832-1861; 15. Travail and Hope, 1861-1900; 16. The French Shore (pp.311-325); 17. The Politics and Economics of the Newfoundland Railway (pp.327-339); 18. Politics and Progress, 1900-1919;19. World War I (pp.369-376); 20. The Aftermath of World War ; 21. Commiss ion of Government, 1934-1949; 22. World War II (pp.429-435); 23. Confederation; 24 Labrador (pp.465-490); 25. Since 1949 — The Economic Story; 26. Since 1949 — The Social Story. With biblography and index. Gift inscription penned in a large hand on flyleaf, else very good in nicked dustjacket. 65.00

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180 Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society COOK, James CONLIN, Dan DAVIES, Richard A. Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume 12, 2009
Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Halifax, 2009, 
(Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society). Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume 12, 2009. (Halifax): Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, 2009. Pp [i]-ix,(1),1-224 Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Of nautical interest : “James Cook: Cartographer in the Making, 1758-1762” by Sheila Kindred (pp 54-81); “The Golden Age of Piracy in Nova Scotia: Three Case Studies, 1720-1764” by Dan Conlin (pp 82-105); “T.C. Haliburton and Steamships” by Richard A. Davies (pp 106-118). Other contents : “Writing Reform: Amelia Fytche and Her Literary Context, 1890-1918” by Gwendolyn Davies (pp 1-18); “Symbolizing in Stone: an Event of Imperishable Importance: Halifax's Memorial Tower and Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Representative Government” by Brian Cuthbertson (pp 19-53); “Wild Bill Livingstone Goes to War: A Diary and Letters 1916-19” by Brian Douglas Tennyson(pp 119-144); “Operations at Fort Beausejour and Grand-Pré in 1755: A Sold ier's Diary” by Jonathan Fowler and Earle Lockerby (pp 145-184); “The WhiteFamily of Lunenburg, Kings and Queens Counties: A Scots-Irish? Family” by Kenneth S. Paulson (pp 187-204); plus book reviews. Very good. 15.00

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