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161 DAWSON, J.W. DAWSON, J. William Contributions toward the Improvement of Agriculture in Nova-Scotia; with Practical Hints on the Management and Improvement of Live Stock, compiled from Youatt, Johnston, Young, Peters, Stephens, &c. Second Edition, Revised and Improved
Printed by Richard Nugen, Halifax, N.S., 1856, 
DAWSON, J.W. Contributions toward the Improvement of Agriculture in Nova-Scotia; with Practical Hints on the Management and Improvement of Live Stock,compiled from Youatt, Johnston, Young, Peters, Stephens, &c. Second Editio n, Revised and Improved. Published under a Grant from the Legislature. Halifax, N.S.: Printed by Richard Nugent, 1856. Pp (8),[9]-280, frontispiece + 5 plates. Tables. 8vo, half leather, marbled bds. TPL 3652. DCB XII:230-237. This is the only edition under this title. With an index. "In preparing, by command of your Excellency, a new edition of the Practical Hints on LiveStock, [Halifax, 1854, 145 pp., NSIB 31] I have endeavored, by incorporati ng with it the matter of my previously published pamphlet, entitled Scientific Contributions toward the Improvement of Agriculture, [Pictou, 1853] to produce a connected elementary treatise on our Provincial Husbandry." - from the dedication to Lieutenat-Governor LeMarchant. Chapters : Introductory Remarks; Soils; Grain Crops; Green Crops, &c; Rearing and Management of Cattle; The Dairy; Farm Horses; Sheep; Swine; Poultry; Manures; Orchard and Garden Fruits; Rotation of Crops; and Miscellaneous Hints. Also Meteorological tables, imports & exports from various N.S. ports, &c. Dawson was keenly interested in the problems of education in his native province, particularly in view of the serious ignorance of agricultural chemistry and other scientific aspects of agriculture among Nova Scotian farmers. ... In 1850 his friends in the House of Assembly, Joseph Howe and George Renny Young, persuaded him to assume the newly created post of superintendent of education forNova Scotia" - DCB XII:231. Some soiling to boards with fraying to fore-ed ge, dampstain to initial leaves at gutter, plus a few occasional dampstainsto margins, slightly bowed, inner hinges a bit shaky, else good. 125.00

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162 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
163 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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164 DAWSON, Joan Mapmakers' Legacy : Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia Through Maps. First Edition, Signed
Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, 2007, ISBN:9781551096070 
DAWSON, Joan. The Mapmakers' Legacy : Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia Through Maps. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (2007). First Printing. Pp. (6),1-152. Illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. Triple column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated cream card covers with black and white lettered blue and maroon title blocks to front cover and spine. The publisher's launch of this book was on June 28, 2007 at the Halifax Memorial Library. "Following the path first charted by 'The Mapmaker's Eye', in which Joan Dawson examines the development of early Nova Scotia through maps, 'The Mapmakers' Legacy' carries on, plotting the province's growth through the careful examination and analysis of maps from the nineteenth century. An exciting time in Nova Scotia's history, the nineteenth century saw the first serious attempts to gain knowledge of the entire province, its resources and its inhabitants. Early in the century, maps reflect the settlement that was still taking place, the roads being built to link the settlements , the increasingly sophisticated defenses under construction, and the attempts to identify the resources on which development would depend. In the second half of the century, the maps begin to change; suddenly, they depict the development of industries, the establishment of railways and shipping lines, and the growth of towns where enterprising manufacturers and merchants were setting up business. The mapmakers of the nineteenth century have indeed left us with a one that Joan Dawson uses skillfully to trace developments in our province that today are so easily taken for granted. " - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Surveying the Scene: The Mapmakers; 2. Selling the Scene: Printers and Publishers; 3. Getting Around: Roads, Bridges, and Ferries; 4. Natural Resources: Minerals, Wood, and Water; 5. New Developments: Canals and Railways; 6. Defending the Empire: Military Maps; 7. Charting the Coast: Ports and Harbours (pp.98-113); 8. Establishing the Population: Surveys of Settlements; 9. Maps and the Marketplace: Commercial City and Town Maps. Very good. Signed, with inscription, by Dawson on the title page. 35.00

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Mapmakers' Legacy : Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia Through Maps.  First Edition., DAWSON, Joan
165 DAWSON, Joan Mapmakers' Legacy : Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia Through Maps. First Edition.
Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, 2007, ISBN:9781551096070 2007 1551096072 / 9781551096070 
DAWSON, Joan. The Mapmakers' Legacy : Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia Through Maps. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (2007). First Printing. Pp. (6),1-152. Illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. Triple column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated cream card covers with black and white lettered blue and maroon title blocks to front cover and spine.

The publisher's launch of this book was on June 28, 2007 at the Halifax Memorial Library.

"Following the path first charted by 'The Mapmaker's Eye', in which Joan Dawson examines the development of early Nova Scotia through maps, 'The Mapmakers' Legacy' carries on, plotting the province's growth through the careful examination and analysis of maps from the nineteenth century. An exciting time in Nova Scotia's history, the nineteenth century saw the first serious attempts to gain knowledge of the entire province, its resources and its inhabitants. Early in the century, maps reflect the settlement that was still taking place, the roads being built to link the settlements , the increasingly sophisticated defenses under construction, and the attempts to identify the resources on which development would depend. In the second half of the century, the maps begin to change; suddenly, they depict the development of industries, the establishment of railways and shipping lines, and the growth of towns where enterprising manufacturers and merchants were setting up business.

The mapmakers of the nineteenth century have indeed left us with a one that Joan Dawson uses skillfully to trace developments in our province that today are so easily taken for granted. " - from the rear cover.

Contents:
1. Surveying the Scene: The Mapmakers;
2. Selling the Scene: Printers and Publishers;
3. Getting Around: Roads, Bridges, and Ferries;
4. Natural Resources: Minerals, Wood, and Water;
5. New Developments: Canals and Railways;
6. Defending the Empire: Military Maps;
7. Charting the Coast: Ports and Harbours (pp.98-113);
8. Establishing the Population: Surveys of Settlements;
9. Maps and the Marketplace: Commercial City and Town Maps.

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Antwerp and Bremen with reference to the Projected Line of Mail Steamers between the United States and the Continent of Europe , DE BEAULIEU, Adolphe Le Hardy
166 DE BEAULIEU, Adolphe Le Hardy Antwerp and Bremen with reference to the Projected Line of Mail Steamers between the United States and the Continent of Europe
1846, 
(DE BEAULIEU, Adolphe Le Hardy). Antwerp and Bremen with reference to the Projected Line of Mail Steamers between the United States and the Continent of Europe. (Washington): [s.n.], (1846). Pp 26. 8vo, printed blue wraps. An extended argument favouring Antwerp as the terminus of an American transatlantic steamship service. Contents include: I. "Geographical and statistical sketch of Belgium", "1. Of Belgium in general", "2. Antwerp", "3. Comparison with other ports", "4. Transmission of correspondence"; II. "Commerce", "5. Commerce between Belgium and the United States", "6. Duties", "7. Transit", "8. Emigration"; III. "Political view", "9. Republic of Bremen", "10. Kingdom of Belgium"; Conclusion; Appendix. Rubbed and slightly soiled, top and bottom of spine nicked, very light foxing, else vg. 125.00

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167 DE JOLY, G. LAROCHE, Ch. DE ROUVILLE, A. WATIER, P.H. Travaux Maritimes. vol 3.
Dunod, 1951, 
DE JOLY, G.. Travaux Maritimes par G. de Joly, Ch. Laroche, P.H. Watier, A.de Rouville: Tome III: Ouvrages interieurs et Outillage des Ports. Paris: Dunod, 1951. Pp 808. Large 8vo, sailcloth cover. A French-language manual of port construction, operation, and maintenance. Illustrated throughout with photographs and engravings. Vg. 50.00

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168 DENHAM, H.M. Ionian Islands to Rhodes : A Sea-Guide.. Book Club Edition in dustjacket
W.W. Norton, New York , 1976, ISBN:0393031950 
DENHAM, H.M. The Ionian Islands to Rhodes : A Sea-Guide. New York : W.W. Norton, (1976). Book Club Edition, First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xviii,(2),3-130+ 6 leaves of photos. Illustrations and charts in the text. 8vo, blue clot h spine, gilt lettering to spine. Henry Mangles Denham, (b. September 9, 1897, Harrow, London - d. July 15, 1993, London) naval officer, yachtsman, writer. Toy 2853. "Corfu to the large Ionian Islands of Levkas, Ithaca, Cephalonia and Zante - across to the attractive mainland and the anchorages of Parga, the Gulf of Amvrakia and other inlets into the Gulf of Patras with the port of historic Missolonghi - the Gulf of Corinth with Navpaktos, another port rich in history, and Galaxidhi, the stepping-off point for Delphi. From Corinth down the coast of the Peloponnesus, calling at Kotakolon (for Olympia) and into Navarino and Methoni, ancient Modon, with its great Venetian fortress, and by the Elaphonisos Channel to the small island of Kithera - the wild and unfrequented shores of southern Crete lead to the Eastern Gateway of the Aegean with the remote islands of Kasos and Karpathos. Finallyto Rhodes, the capital of the Dodecanese, with its main port of Mandraki a nd beautiful anchorage at Lindos. Here, Captain H.M. Denham guides the yachtsman and sea-loving traveler through the Ionian Islands and the mainland coasts of Greece and Peloponnesus. New and up-to-date facts have been gathered during recent cruises, and the southern shores of Crete and Rhodes (withits dependencies) are also fully investigated. Captain Denham gives practi cal advice on chart references, approach and anchorage instructions, information about local officials and procedure, food, weather, and general amenities, as well as touches of history and information on routes to nearby sites of interest or of particular beauty. The author takes those sailing in these waters to unfrequented and little-known anchorages, as well as into main ports and harbors, and helps the yachtsman to enjoy with greater confidence the delightful shores of Greece." -- from dust jacket. Chapters : 1. The Ionian Islands and the Mainland Coast : Part 1. Corfu, to Levkas, and theAdjacent Coast ; Part 2. The islands of Levkas, Ithaca, Cephalonia, Zante and the Adjacent Mainland Coast and Offlying Islands ; 2. The Gulfs of Patras and Corinth ; 3. The Western Shores of the Peloponnesus ; 4. The Islandsof Kithera and Anti-Kithera with the Western Approaches to the Aegean ; 5. Southern Crete ; 6. Rhodes and Adjacent Islands. With index. Very good in nicked dustjacket. 16.00

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169 DICKSON, R.J. Ulster-Scot Historical Series, 1. Ulster Emigration to Colonial America, 1718-1775. First Edition in dustjacket.
Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1966, 
DICKSON, R.J. Ulster Emigration to Colonial America, 1718-1775. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, (1966). First Printing. Pp. (4),v-xiv,1-320,(2). 8vo, green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Volume One in the Ulster-Scot Historical Series. "Much has been written of the contribution of the Scotch-Irish to the making of the United States of America -- the ten Presidents of direct Scotch-Irish stock, the frontiersmen such as Davy Crockett, household names such as Sam Houston of Texas and Stonewall Jackson. But why were these people in America at all? Why was it that they or their fathers or grandfathers had not remained in Ireland to make history there? It may have been true that the Scotch-Irish kept the Sabbath and everything else they could lay their hands on. It may also have been true that, when they reached America, the Scotch-Irish fell on their knees and worshipped God and then fell on the Indians. But if their outlook was narrow and harsh -- and it was, surely, at least partly due to land-hunger and the natural instinct of self-preservation -- was it not mainly due to a harsh background? This study answers questions such as these and tells why and by what means more than ahundred thousand Scotch-Irish men, women and children uprooted themselves and opted to cross the wide eighteenth-century Atlantic Ocean to settle in a land whose dangers were painted in horrific terms by the local newspapers." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. The Background; 2. The First Phase, 1718-1720; 3. Religion and Emigration, 1721-1730; 4. The Middle Years, 1731-1769; 5. The Climax, 1770-1775; 6. The Emigrants; 7. Ports and Agents; 8. The Activities of Land Promoters; 9. The Official Attitude to Emigration; 10. The Voyage to America; 11. Arrival in America. With the following appendices: A. Nubmer and tonnage of emigrant vessels, 1750-1775; B. Discrepancies in the tonnage of emigrant vessels; C. Number of emigrants carried in certain vessels; D. Synopsis of emigrant shipping advertisements, 1771-1775; E. Destination of emigrant vessels, 1750-1775; F. Newspaper accounts of the voyages of two emigrant vessels. With bibliography and index. Bookplate to front pastedown, else very good in nicked, spine-sunned, unclipped dustjacket. 65.00

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170 DOBBIE, D. (ed.) Federal Government Dockyards Trades & Labour Council : Annual 1975
Brent G. Naylor Publications, Winnipeg, MB, 1975, 1975 
DOBBIE, D. (ed.). Federal Government Dockyards Trades & Labour Council : Annual 1975. Winnipeg, MB: Brent G. Naylor Publications, 1975. Pp. 3-82. Illustrated with many b&w photos. Double column. 4to, photo-illustrated stapled card covers.

An examination of the historical activities of Canadian dockyards, with hefty attention paid towards the Halifax Dockyards.

Contents:
Maritime Command,
Who Works?.
History of the Esquimault Dockyard,
Canadian Forces Ship Repair Unit (Pacific),
Canadian Forces Base Esquimault - Its Past & Present (by F.D.H. Nelson, pp.22-37),
History of the Halifax Dockyard (by Robert M. MacIntosh, pp.40-41),
Canex,
"Press! Press!",
Shipbuilding in Canada,
The Day Halifax Exploded [pp.64-72, covering the Halifax explosion],
Halifax Relief Commission Disbanded (p.73),
Halifax - Odds and Ends on the Way it Was (pp.75, 77),
Halifax Today.
Also includes a series of sections on dockyard union news, including "Halifax Dockyards Welfare & Recreational Society" updates.

Lightly rubbed, minor creasing to top rear corner, else very good. 30.00

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Wind in the Rigging. First Edition, DODD, Jack, Capt.
171 DODD, Jack, Capt. Wind in the Rigging. First Edition
Dicks, 1972, 1972 
DODD, Jack, Capt. The Wind in the Rigging. Torbay, Newfoundland : [Dicks], 1972. First Edition. Pp (4),5-162. Illustrated. Many Torbay and St. John's ads. 8vo, art-illustrated blue & white cardcovers, plain white spine.

O'Dea 4969.

Memoirs, principally nautical, by this Torbay native. Some of his verse is included.

"[Dodd] has a history of a modern Marco Polo, has sailed the seven seas, seen mutiny and revolution, escaped the firing squad in the Nicaragua revolution, and been shipwrecked seven times with very narrow escapes with his life.

"He has made three trips around the world by sea with a record of eighty-seven ports on one ship, the cruise lasting eighteen months. He has sailed around Cape Horn nine times and is known to be the only man in history to set foot on the mainland of Cape Horn itself. He has made nine trips through the Panama Canal and after his great adventures on the sea he turned to prospecting for minerals. This took him all over Canada and Newfoundland and in parts of the United States." - from introduction.

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172 DRAKE, Francis). KELSEY, Harry. Sir Francis Drake : The Queen's Pirate.
Yale University Press, New Haven and London , 0, ISBN:0300071825 
(DRAKE, Francis). KELSEY, Harry. Sir Francis Drake : The Queen's Pirate. New Haven and London : Yale University Press, (1998). First Printing. Pp (2),[i]-xviii,(2),[1]-566,(4). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth spine lettered in black, blur paper covered boards. "In this lively and engaging new biography, Harry Kelsey shatters the familiar image of Sir Francis Drake. The Drake of legend was a pious, brave, and just seaman who initiated the move to make England a great naval power and whose acts of piracy againsthis country’s enemies earned him a knighthood for patriotism. Kelsey pai nts a different and far more interesting picture of Drake as an amoral privateer at least as interested in lining his pockets with Spanish booty as inforwarding the political goals of his country, a man who became a captain general of the English navy, but never waged traditional warfare with any success. Drawing on much new evidence, Kelsey describes Drake's early life as the son of a poor family in sixteenth-century England. He explains how Drake dabbled in piracy, gained modest success as a merchant, and then took advantage of the hostility between Spain and England to embark on a series of daring pirate raids on undefended Spanish ships and ports, preempting Spanish demands for punishment by sharing much of his booty with the Queen andher councillors. Elizabeth I liked Drake because he was a charming rogue, and she made him an integral part of her war plans against Spain and its armada, but she quickly learned not to trust him with an important command: he was unable to handle a large fleet, was suspicious almost to the point ofparanoia, and had no understanding of personal loyalty. For Drake, the mar k of success was to amass great wealth, preferably by taking it from someone else and the primary purpose of warfare was to afford him the opportunityto accomplish this." - from the dj. Very good to fine in unclipped dustja cket. 20.00

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173 Dry Docks) Dry Docks : Letter from the Secretary of the Navy Transmitting a Report of Officers and Engineers Relative to the Properties and Advantages of a Dry Dock, &c.. disbound.
GPO, 1845, 
(Dry Docks). Dry Docks : Letter from the Secretary of the Navy Transmittinga Report of Officers and Engineers Relative to the Properties and Advantag es of a Dry Dock, &c. [Washington: GPO, 1845]. Pp 79. 8vo, disbound. 28th Congress, 2d Session. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. Doc. No. 163. A detailed report presenting the results of an investigation of the practicality of establishing Naval dry docks at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and at Pensacola, Florida. Disbound, else vg. 85.00

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174 DRY DOCKS, LAUZON, QUEBEC) Rates, Rules and Regulations for the Management and Working of the "Champlain" and "Lorne" Dry Docks
F.A. Acland, King's Printer, 1927, 
(DRY DOCKS, LAUZON, QUEBEC). Rates, Rules and Regulations for the Management and Working of the "Champlain" and "Lorne" Dry Docks at Lauzon, P.Q. in the Harbour of Quebec. Ottawa: F.A. Acland, King's Printer, 1927. Pp 19. 8vo, printed stapled card covers. Spine heavily rubbed, rear cover creased, "Schedule of Ammendments" stapled to inside of front cover, else g. 50.00

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175 DUCKWORTH, Christian Leslie Dyce and Graham Easton LANGMUIR LANGMUIR, Graham Easton Railway and Other Steamers. 1st in dj.
Shipping Histories, Glasgow, 1948, 
DUCKWORTH, Christian Leslie Dyce and Graham Easton LANGMUIR. Railway and Other Steamers . Glasgow: Shipping Histories, 1948. First Printing. Pp. [i]-xii,[1]-340, + 69 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: Part 1: London Midland Region: 1. Holyhead, Garston and Chester Sections; 2. Liverpool, Goole and Fleetwood Docks Sections; 3. Fleetwood Section; 4. Heysham Section; 5. Barrow and Lack District Section; 6. Tilbury Section. Part 2: Eastern and North Eastern Regions: 7. Harwich, Lowestofy, etc. Section; 8. Grimsby, Immingham and New Holland Section; 9. North Eastern Ports Section. Part 3: Scottish Region: 10. Stranraer Section; 11. Ayr and Troon, Kyle of Lochalsh and Grangemouth Sections; 12. Forth, Tay, Clyde, Loch Lomond and Silloth Sections. Part 4: Southern Region: 13. Folkestone and Dover Section; 14. Newhaven Section; 15. Southampton and Lymington Section; 16. Portsmouth Section; 17. Highbridge Section. Part 5: Western Region: 18. Weymouth and South and West Wales Section; 19. PenzanceSection (Isles of Scilly Steamship Company, Ltd.). Part 6: Irish Railway C ompanies: 20. Northern Irish Railways; 21. Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway Company; 22. Coras Iompair Eireann. Part 7: Continental Companies: 23.Batavier Line: Wm. H. Müller & Company (Rotterdam-London); 24. Belgian Gov ernment Mail Steammers (Ostend-Dover); 25. B. & N. Line: Bergen Steamship Company, Ltd. (Bergen-Newcastle); 26. S.A.G.A. (Calais-Dover); 27. A.L.A. (Dunkirk-Tilbury, Folkestone, Dover); 28. Royal Danish Mail Line: United Steamship Company, Ltd. (Esbjerg-Harwich); 29. Zeeland Steamship Company (Flushing-Queensboro, Folkestone, Harwich). With an extensive fleet list at rear.Front inner hinge cracked, fore-edge spotted, moderate foxing to first two -thirds of the volume, spine ends sunned, else vg in rubbed, spine-browned,hinge-worn, chipped, tape-repaired dj. 60.00

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Railway and other Steamers.  2nd ed in dj. , DUCKWORTH, Christian Leslie Dyce LANGMUIR, Graham Easton.
176 DUCKWORTH, Christian Leslie Dyce LANGMUIR, Graham Easton. Railway and other Steamers. 2nd ed in dj.
T. Stephenson & Sons, 1968, 
DUCKWORTH, Christian Leslie Dyce and Graham Easton LANGMUIR. Railway and other Steamers. Prescot, Lancashire: T. Stephenson & Sons Ltd., (1968). Second Edition. Pp (6),v-xii,1-432,(2) frontispiece + 32 pages of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. An updated edition of the first post-war volume in the authors' attempt to comprehend the coastal steamers of Great Britain, this book chronicles the vessels operated by "railway organisations" up to the date of publication. Chapters : 1. Holyhead, Garston and Chester Sections; 2. Liverpool, Goole and Fleetwood Docks Sections; 3. Fleetwood Section; 4. Heysham Section; 5. Barrow and Lake District Section; 6. Tilbury Section and AtlanticS.N. Co.; 7. Harwich, Ipswich, Lowestoft, etc., Section; 8. Grimsby, Immin gham and New Holland Section; 9. North-Eastern Ports Section; 10. StranraerSection; 11. Ayr and Troon, Kyle of Lochalsh and Grangemouth Sections; 12. Forth, Tay, Clyde, Loch Lomond and Silloth Sections; 13. Folkestone and Do ver Section; 14. Newhaven Section; 15. Southampton and Lymington Section; 16. Portsmouth Section; 17. Highbridge Section; 18. Weymouth and South and West Wales Section; 19. Penzance Section (Isles of Scilly Steamship Company Ltd.); 20. Northern Irish Railways ; 21. Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway Company; 22. Coras Iompair Eireann; 23. Batavier Line - Wm. H. Müller & Company (Rotterdam - London); 24. Belgian Government Mail Steamers (Ostend - Dover - Folkestone); 25. B.& N. Line - Bergen Steamship Company Ltd (Bergen - Newcastle); 26. S.A.G.A. (Calais - Dover); 27. A.L.A. (Dunkirk - Tilbury / Folkestone / Dover); 28. Royal Danish Mail Line - United Steamship Company Ltd. (Esbjerg - Harwich); 29. Zeeland Steamship Company (Flushing - Queenboro' / Folkestone / Harwich). With lengthy fleet lists (pp.249-415), bibliography and index. Vg in vg dj. 80.00

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177 DUDLEY, Jack Coastal Heritage Series) Swansboro : A Pictorial Tribute
North Carolina Archives, Morehead City, NC, 1998, 
DUDLEY, Jack. Swansboro : A Pictorial Tribute . Photography by North Carolina Archives and History. (Morehead City, NC: North Carolina Archives, Coastal Heritage Series, 1998). Pp. [1]-155,(3). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. A volume in the Coastal Heritage Series. A photographic tribute to the people of the North Carolina fishing port of Swansboro. Vg. 20.00

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178 DUNCAN, Mary Lou Straith. ELLIOTT, Richard). Passage to America, 1851-1869 : The Records of Richard Elliott, Passenger Agent, Detroit, Michigan. Arranged passages booked to, through and from Detroit. Persons paying, names of passengers, ports of departure, destinations,fees paid. First Edition.
Detroit Society for Genealogical Researc, Inc. , Detroit, Michigan, 1999, ISBN:0943112222 
DUNCAN, Mary Lou Straith. Passage to America, 1851-1869 : The Records of Richard Elliott, Passenger Agent, Detroit, Michigan. Arranged passages bookedto, through and from Detroit. Persons paying, names of passengers, ports o f departure, destinations, fees paid. Detroit, Michigan : The Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Inc., c/o Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library, 1999. First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xxvi,(2),1-194. Illustrated with period advertisements. 8vo, photo-illustrated grey and white card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. "The records which have been reproduced in this book have been transcribed from the account ledger of arranged passages booked by Richard Robert Elliott, passenger agent, in his Detroit office from 1851-1869. [...] The ledger, about 11 by 14 inches, contained a listing of all of the passengers (mostly emigrants traveling from Great Britain and Europe) ticketed by him during the years mentioned. A large percentage were Irish still emigrating after the famine years. The entries, in chronological order, listed both the names of the persons paying for the tickets and the names of the passengers. It also listed thosewho obtained passage from Detroit outward bound to European ports. [...] T he total number of passengers listed was over 6,100. There were probably another thousand named as persons arranging and paying for those tickets. Approximately 48 ports of departure were entered as well as about 129 destinations. The primary port of departure was Liverpool but many other ports are mentioned -- some in Ireland and Europe as well as on the Great Lakes and connecting waterways to New York. The fees for each passage, whether inland or ocean, were also given. Ages were given for some of the children. A fullname index, including the persons paying and the passengers, has been prep ared for researchers." - from the introduction. Very good. 95.00

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179 DUNCAN, Norman ADAMS, John Coldwell, (ed. with an introduction) Selected Stories of Norman Duncan
University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa, 1988, ISBN:0776602055 1988 0776602055 / 9780776602059 
DUNCAN, Norman. Selected Stories of Norman Duncan. Edited with an introduction by John Coldwell Adams. (Ottawa) : University of Ottawa Press, (1988). Pp. (8),[1]-184. 8vo, yellow card covers with black lettering to front and spine.

In the Canadian Short Story Library series.

"These unusual stories offer the reader colourful, realistic descriptions of life in Newfoundland and Labrador, and in immigrant communities in New York, around the turn of the century. Their publication presents an opportunity to become acquainted with the work of a Canadian author who deserves greater recognition than he has so far received.

The settings of Norman Duncan's stories are far removed from the towns and villages of southwestern Ontario where he was born in 1871 and where he grew up. As a journalist whose work took him to many distant places, Duncan was a practised observer of unfamiliar modes of life, and his fiction, which grew out of his travels, is infused with the fresh outlook of the wide-eyed discoverer. While in New York, he wrote anecdotal tales of the Syrian immigrants he met there, But he is chiefly known for his intense and convincing stories of life in the fishing ports of Newfoundland, a life of courage, endurance, and grim struggle against the sea.

This volume brings together the best of the Syrian and Newfoundland stories, many of which are drawn from rare and out-of-print editions, and includes the most extensive bibliography of Duncan's work so far published." - from the rear cover.

Includes:
Part I: Stories of New York's Syrian Quarter: "Introduction: A People from the East",
"The Lamp of Liberty",
"The Spirit of Revolution".

Part II: Stories of Newfoundland and Labrador:
"Introduction: The Codfishers of Newfoundland",
"The Strength of Men",
"The Fruits of Toil",
"From 'Doctor Luke of the Labrador'", "From 'The Adventures of Billy Topsail'",
"A Croesus of Gingerbread Cove", "The Doctor of Afternoon Arm",
"The Rose of Great Price",
"The Wreck of the Rough-an'-Tumble".

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180 DUNCAN, Roger F PRENATT, Harold Eastward : A Maine Cruise in a Friendship Sloop. in dj.
International Marine, 1976, 
DUNCAN, Roger F. Eastward : A Maine Cruise in a Friendship Sloop. Camden, Maine: International Marine, (1976). First Edition. Pp 210. Illustrated in text. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Toy 1035, Morris & Howland p.46. A voyage along the coasts of Maine and New Brunswick in a converted classic small workboat. "This book is the celebration of a cruise. From its table of contents and track charts, it appears to be the account of a cruise from East Boothbay, Maine, to Saint John, New Brunswick, and back; but itis more than an account of ports visited and weather encountered. It tells how the author feels about what happened to him and his crew, for these fe elings are what make a cruise memorable long after the snapshots are dog-eared and faded. Because feelings are accumulated from past experience, the book abounds in reminiscences of other cruises, personal reflections, tales of other men's exploits, and digressions into history and literature. In this book, Roger Duncan has distilled the essence of cruising. May it add a dimension to your next adventure on salt water. " from the dj flap. Chapters: 1. Cruising — An Introduction; 2. A Mad Start; 3. Eastward and Her Crew; 4. The First Night at Sea; 5. Retreat; 6. Reflections; 7. Up Frenchman Bay to Bar Harbor; 8. A Day at Anchor; 9. Dorr Mountain; 10. Bound East; 11. Codfish; 12. Building Eastward; 13. Digressions Afloat and Ashore; 14. Our First Foreign Port [being North Head Harbour, Grand Manan] 15. Fair Tide to Saint John; 16. Saint John; 17. Freshwater Interlude [the Saint John River];18. The River, the Bay, and Crazy Point; 19. "The Crew's View" by Harold P renatt; 20. Art aivd Literature at Sea; 21. Crazy Point, Blacks Harbor, andSaint Andrews; 22. Saint Andrews to Cutler; 23. Rendezvous; 24. Grand Mana n to Roque Island; 25. Digression to Jonesport; 26. Three Vignettes; 27. Black Back and Shag; 28. The Mayor of McGlathery Island; 29. Emergencies; 30.Friendship Sloops and the Friendship Sloop Society; 31. Grounding Out; 32. Before the Race; 33. The Start; 34. The Finish; 35. Friendship Sloop Day; 36. Homeward Bound. With Appendix. Gift inscription, light spotting to fore-edge, else very good in edgeworn dustjacket 30.00

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