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161 CALLBECK, Lorne C. CALLBECK, Phillips HOLLAND, Samuel PATTERSON, Walter Cradle of Confederation : A Brief History of Prince Edward Island from its Discovery to the Present Time. ltd, signed in dj.
Brunswick, 1964, 
CALLBECK, Lorne C. The Cradle of Confederation : A Brief History of Prince Edward Island from its Discovery to the Present Time. Fredericton : Brunswick Press, (1964). Pp (14),15-256, fldg colour frontis. Illustrated. 8vo, red buckram cloth. Copy # 132 of the limited first edition. "An Atlantic Advocate Book". Chapters : "Our First Tourist" (Cartier), "France's Attempts atSettlement", "Defeat and Recovery", "The Deportation", "The Grand Lottery" , "Early British Settlements", "Charlottetown's First Day", "Privateers", "The American War Years", "Patterson and Callbeck Disgraced", "The Loyalistsand the Skye Pioneers", "Crimes, Slaves, Early Press, and a New Name", "Of Conditions and Currency", "The Island from 1820 to Mid-Century", "The Stra it", "Mid-nineteenth Century Years", "The Land Question", "The Exciting Sixties", "Ships Ahoy", "Union with Canada", "The Post-Confederation and Modern Era". With an index. Vg in lightly nicked dj. Signed by Callbeck on the half-title. 50.00

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162 CAMERON, John R. Maritime Union Study Provincial-Municipal Relations in the Maritime Provinces
1970, 
CAMERON, John R. in consultation with John F. GRAHAM. Provincial-Municipal Relations in the Maritime Provinces. Fredericton : Maritime Union Study, 1970. Pp i-xi,(1),1-182,(2). 8vo, white card covers with blank spine. Contents: 1. The Historical Background; 2. The Structure of Municipal Government; 3. The Provision of Services: Municipal Expenditures; 4. Paying for Services: Municipal Revenues; 5. Summary and Conclusions. With several appendices,dealing largely with regional expenditures in the preceding ten years. Vg. 10.00

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Baitchopper. card covers, CAMERON, Silver Donald
163 CAMERON, Silver Donald Baitchopper. card covers
Lorimer, 1982, ISBN:0888625987 1982 0888625987 / 9780888625984 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. The Baitchopper. Illustrated by Alan Daniel. Toronto : James Lorimer & Company, Publishers, 1982. First Edition. Pp (8),1-167,(1). 8vo, art-illustrated cardcovers, trade paperback.

In The Adventure in Canada series.

Silver Donald Cameron CM ONS, né Donald Cameron (b. June 21, 1937, Toronto).

"Andrew Gurney knows his father is involved in the fight for a fisherman's union, but such grown-up problems have little place in his 13-year-old world - until a street battle with kids from the other side makes him realize that his father's fight has also become his own. Andrew has no idea how dangerous the situation is, until someone deliberately sets his father's boat adrift - and he finds himself at sea on the stormy Atlantic, struggling desperately to stay alive and save the Dolly C." - from rear cover.

With glossary.

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164 CAMERON, Silver Donald Adventure in Canada Baitchopper. in dj
Lorimer, 1982, 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. The Baitchopper. Illustrated by Alan Daniel. Tor.: James Lorimer & Co., 1982. Pp (8),1-167,(1). 8vo, black cloth. A juvenile novel in the Adventure in Canada Series. "Andrew Gurney knows his father is involved in the fight for a fisherman's union, but such grown-up problems have little place in his 13-year-old world - until a street battle with kids from the other side makes him realize that his father's fight has also become his own. Andrew has no idea how dangerous the situation is, until someone deliberately sets his father's boat adrift - and he finds himself at sea on the stormy Atlantic, struggling desperately to stay alive and save the Dolly C." -dj. Vg in dj. 20.00

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165 CAMERON, Silver Donald RICHARDSON, Everett Education of Everett Richardson : The Nova Scotia Fishermen's Strike: 1970-71. First Edition. Signed
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1977, 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. The Education of Everett Richardson : The Nova Scotia Fishermen's Strike: 1970-71. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart, (1977).First Edition. Pp (10),11-239,(1). With 2 maps and 7 b&w photos in the tex t. 8vo, red trade paperback. Spadoni & Donnelly 2826, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3524. "You work three times longer than the average industrial worker - at half the pay. Death is an occupational hazard. And the law says you can't have a union. What do you do?.... "In 1970, Everett Richardson and about 250 other Nova Scotia fishermen went on a fifteen-month struggle that rent the fabric of the province's society, gave rise to headlines across the country and became a rallying point and cause célèbre for Canadian labour asa whole. For those to whom it meant the most, this classic labour struggle was a bitter education in the realities of corporate capitalism. The Educa tion of Everett Richardson reveals the way 'the system' works and gives a worker's-eye view of its dehumanizing results, capturing individual dramas and collective heroism. A rare and singularly moving book, it is a unique contribution to the understanding of Canadian labour." - from the rear cover.The chapters (unnumbered in the book) are: 1. Grade School: Who Needs a Un ion? (March, 1970 and its background); 2. Interlude: Two Teachers; 3. High School: On Strike (March 1 - June 22, 1970); 4. Interlude: The Pulpit and the Papers; 5. Junior College: Now the Women are a Great Help (June 23 - August 9, 1970); 6. Interlude: Mid-Term Break; 7. University: Not a Contract to Write Home About; 8. Interlude: Country Cunning and Unofficial Life; 9. Graduate Study: The Spring of the Jackals (November 1 1970 - July 21, 1971);10. Epilogue: January 1977. Light egdewear, else very good. Signed by Came ron on the title-page with "Best wishes". 15.00

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166 CAMERON, Silver Donald. RICHARDSON, Everett). Education of Everett Richardson : The Nova Scotia Fishermen's Strike : 1970-71. First Edition.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1977, ISBN:0771018452 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. The Education of Everett Richardson : The Nova Scotia Fishermen's Strike: 1970-71. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart, (1977).First Edition. Pp (10),11-239,(1). With 2 maps and 7 b&w photos in the tex t. 8vo, red trade paperback. Spadoni & Donnelly 2826, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3524. Silver Donald Cameron CM ONS, né Donald Cameron (b. June 21, 1937, Toronto). "You work three times longer than the average industrial worker - at half the pay. Death is an occupational hazard. And the law says you can't have a union. What do you do?.... "In 1970, Everett Richardson and about 250 other Nova Scotia fishermen went on a fifteen-month struggle that rent the fabric of the province's society, gave rise to headlines across thecountry and became a rallying point and cause célèbre for Canadian labour as a whole. For those to whom it meant the most, this classic labour struggle was a bitter education in the realities of corporate capitalism. The Education of Everett Richardson reveals the way 'the system' works and gives aworker's-eye view of its dehumanizing results, capturing individual dramas and collective heroism. A rare and singularly moving book, it is a unique contribution to the understanding of Canadian labour." - from the rear cover. The chapters (unnumbered in the book) are: 1. Grade School: Who Needs a Union? (March, 1970 and its background); 2. Interlude: Two Teachers; 3. High School: On Strike (March 1 - June 22, 1970); 4. Interlude: The Pulpit andthe Papers; 5. Junior College: Now the Women are a Great Help (June 23 - A ugust 9, 1970); 6. Interlude: Mid-Term Break; 7. University: Not a Contractto Write Home About; 8. Interlude: Country Cunning and Unofficial Life; 9. Graduate Study: The Spring of the Jackals (November 1 1970 - July 21, 1971 ); 10. Epilogue: January 1977. Light wear to covers, else very good. 15.00

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167 CAMPBELL, Duncan History of Nova Scotia, For Schools, as is.
Lowell Printing and Publishing Co, Montreal , 1874, 
CAMPBELL, Duncan. History of Nova Scotia, For Schools. Montreal : Lowell Printing and Publishing Co., 23 & 25 St.Nicholas Street, 1874. Pp (2),[3]-177,(3). Small.8vo, pressed brown cloth. Preface dated October 1874, Halifax. Rhodenizer p.559. For Campbell (1818-1886) see Shirley Elliott, DCB XI:147-8. Contents : 1. Early Settlement. 2. Early Settlement – Continued. 3. Sir William Alexander, and La Tour. 4. Oliver Cromwell, and Sir Wm. Phips, 5. Louisbourg – The Acadians. 6. Settlement of Halifax. 7. The Expulsion of theAcadians. 8. First Assembly in Nova Scotia – Louisbourg Destroyed. 9. War with America – The Duke of Kent. 10. The Maroons, and the Chesaapeake and Shannon. 11. Agricola – Colleges. 12. The Brandy Dispute – Mr. Howe and the Magistracy. 13. Steam Communication – Responsible Government. 14. The Heroes of Sebastopol – Coal Mines. 15. The Indian Mutiny – Telegraph, etc. 16. International Exhibition – Education Bill. 17. Union of the Provinces. 18. Union of the Provinces – Continued. 19. Opposition to Confederation – Loss of City of Boston – Death of Mr. Howe. 20. Sketch of the Life of S.G.W. Archibald. 21. Sketch of the Life of Thomas C. Haliburton, M.P. 22. Sketch of the Life of Dr. Gesner. 23. Sketch of the Life of Judge Blowers. 24. Sketch of the Life of Judge J.W. Johnston. 25. The Steamship “England.” 26. General Description of Nova Scotia, etc. 27. A Trip to the Fruit Show at Somerset. 28. Trip to the Fruit Show – Continued. Resources of Nova Scotia: 29. Coal and Iron. 30. The Gold Mines of Nova Scotia. 31. The Fisheries of Nova Scotia. 32. Population of Nova Scotia – Manufactures – Shipbuilding. 33. The Dominion of Canada. Appendix : Sable Island; La Tribune. Hinges cracked with two-inch split to head of outer hinge, wear to bottom edge, white stain to front board, some foxing and smudging, small stain to fore-edge, name, asis. 30.00

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History of Prince Edward Island., CAMPBELL, Duncan
168 CAMPBELL, Duncan History of Prince Edward Island.
Bremner Brothers, Charlottetown , 1875, 
CAMPBELL, Duncan. History of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown : Bremner Brothers, 44 Queen Street, 1875. Pp vii,(1),[1]-224,(16) adv. 8vo, reddish cloth. Morley p.116, Watters p.660, Rhodenizer p.571. For Campbell (18181886) see Shirley Elliott, DCB XI:147-8. “The principal aim of the Author has been to produce a History of Prince Edward Island, which might claim some degree of merit as to conciseness, accuracy, and impartiality, from the period it became a British possession until its recent union with the other confederated provinces of British North America. [...] It was necessary that aconsiderable portion of the work should deal with the Land Question.” - fr om the Preface. Covers badly worn and stained, tears along spine and at spine ends, heavy foxing to endpapers and initial blanks, occasional foxing elsewhere, else vg. As is. 60.00

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169 CAMPBELL, Duncan History of Prince Edward Island.
Bremner Brothers, Charlottetown , 1875, 
CAMPBELL, Duncan. History of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown : Bremner Brothers, 44 Queen Street, 1875. Pp vii,(1),[1]-224,(16) adv. 8vo, reddish cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Morley p.116, Watters p.660, Rhodenizerp.571. For Campbell (18181886) see Shirley Elliott, DCB XI:147-8. “The pri ncipal aim of the Author has been to produce a History of Prince Edward Island, which might claim some degree of merit as to conciseness, accuracy, and impartiality, from the period it became a British possession until its recent union with the other confederated provinces of British North America. [...] It was necessary that a considerable portion of the work should deal with the Land Question.” - from the Preface. Nicking to spine ends, name tofront pastedown (recent) and ffep (contemporary), else very good. 75.00

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170 CAMPBELL, Edward A., ed. Little Church by the Lake : A History of the Alexander Grant Memorial United Church. pbk.
1993, 
[CAMPBELL, Edward A., (ed.)]. Little Church by the Lake : A History of the Alexander Grant Memorial United Church . [Edited by Edward A. Campbell]. [N.pl: N.pub, n.d. - 1993?]. Pp. (8),i-v,1-149,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white and grey card covers. A history of the church in East Lake Ainslie, Cape Breton. Contents: 1. United Church Crest; 2. Ministry (East Lake Ainslie and Its Ministry, Lake Ainslie's Contribution to the Ministry, Elders); 3. Building the Churches (East Lake Ainslie Presbyterian Church, Alexander Grant Memorial United Church); 4. Women in the Grant United Church (Enter United Church Women, Charter Members, Newcomers, and Members from Birth); 5. Forward Through the Ages: The Ministry of Women (Women and the Early Church, Women of the Pioneer Era); 6. Church Music of East Lake Ainslie; 7. The Ministry of Children and Youth (Youth Groups in the Early Church, YouthGroups 1960-1992, Sunday School, In the Early Years, Vacation Bible School , Young Peoples Union); 8. Reflections (Church Union, 30 Years in Ministry); 9. Selected Sermons (Rev. Donald R. Sutherland, Rev. Janice Ann MacLean);10. The Courts of the Church (Church Influences Lifestyle in a Community, Discipline in the Church, Men's Club, Session, Official Board, Presbytery, Conference, General Council); 11. Cemeteries (East Lake Ainslie Cemetery, East Lake Ainslie Burial Ground Restored). Very good. 35.00

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171 CAMPBELL, George India As It May Be; An Outline of a Proposed Government and Policy
John Murray, London, 1853, 
CAMPBELL, George. India As It May Be; An Outline of a Proposed Government and Policy. London : John Murray, 1853. Pp (4),[iii]-xxv,(1),[1]-438,[1]-32(ads dated Jan.1853),+ 2 maps. 8vo, original maroon pressed cloth. The maps:"Sketch of a portion of the Plain of the Ganges" (opp p.128) and "Proposed Site of the Capital of India" (opp p.130). George Campbell (1824, Cupar, F ifeshire - d. February 18. 1892, Cairo), Indian colonial administrator and reformer; Scottish M.P. Chapters : 1. Home Government. Nature of question and main principle premised - Nature of present defects - Shall India be actively governed in India or in England? - The controlling power of the Crownas at present exercised - Evils to he remedied -Proposed remedy - Minor ch anges - The administrative board and its defects - Proposed modes of election - Proposed mode of joint nomination and election - Summary of proposed Home Government - Suggested changes in regard to India House establishment -The Court of Proprietors - Proposed Court of Experts - Patronage 2. Indian Government. - Use of name of the Crown. - Necessity of one centralised gov ernment - Deficiencies of present Supreme Government - Remedies for those deficiencies - Proposed government and rules - Expense - Explanation of proposals - Appointment of unprofessional persons - Share of natives in government - Permanent location of Supreme Government - Why Calcutta should not bethe place - Why the place should be in Hindostan - Suggestion of a localit y and consequent arrangements Alternative if plan rejected - Local governments - Proposed 5th government and 6th political division - Constitution of subordinate governments - Expense, powers, location, &c. - Arrangements failing a centralised government; 3. Our Political Relations. External relations - The eastern frontier - The western frontier - Internal political relations - Necessity of revised system - Contingents and native troops - Political stipends - Policy of upholding states and privileges - Policy and opportunities of acquiring territor - The rules of succession; 4. The Civil Administration. Present state - Necessary amendments - Relation of government to its subjects . Necessity of codification and systematization - Agrarian code and policy - Duties of new Law Commission - Penal code - Criminal procedure and police - Civil procedure - The civil law - Commercial code - Abolition of local and personal distinctions - Judicial establishments - Proposed College of Justice - Separation of executive and judicial functions - Heads of executive departments - Local district executive - Union of executivepower in same hands - Size, establishment, &c, of districts - Municipaliti es and proposed octroi - Location of stations - Language of business - Modeof centralization - Relation of the government to its servants - Personnel of the service - Real nature of question covenanted or uncovenanted - Nece ssity of a line between European and native offices - Employment of natives- European service, comparative cheapness and advantage of - Question of p rofession or no profession - The uncovenanted European servants - Proposed opening of important offices to persons not in the service - Civil employment of military officers; 5. The Civil Service: Present state and defects - Necessity of enhanced standard - Nature of proposed remedies - Question of limit to numbers - Tests : Positive or relative — objections to relative test - Positive test by a single examination - By a series of tests combined with education - Haileybury : its state and defects - Proposed remedy by transfer of education and tests to an Indian College at Cambridge - CambridgeUniversity Commission Eeport, and argument derived therefrom - Education o f executive students - Separation and training of judicial students - Selection of a college - Alternative of amendments at Haileybury - Appointments and distribution of service in India - Farther training of judicial servants - Abolition of "college" system Training of executive servants - Promotion - Tenure of office - Salaries - Leave of absence - Pensions - Proposed rules; 6. Military Establishments. Financial importance of the army - Its statistics - Distinction between regulars and troops commonly called irregular- Cost of the army - Comparative cost of different arms - Comparative cost of different elements - Comparative cost of different presidencies - Compo sition of the native army - Comparison with former periods - Necessity of European troops - Regular sepoy army — its state — causes of its deficiencies - Employment of natives in superior grades - Proposed cavalry arrangements - Proposed infantry arrangements - Infusion of new blood into the native army - The commissariat, proposed change - Supply of European officers to the army - Naval establishments (pp.368-9); 7. Finance. General financial position - Necessity of improvement - How to create a surplus - Review of items of receipt, and proposed measures in regard thereto - Ditto of items of charge, and proposed reductions - Home charges - General result - Application of the surplus - Finance of different local governments - Financial treatment of Madras - Punjab finance - Altered form of accounts - Local financeand responsibility - Plan of local budgets and financial distribution - Re mittances by hypothecation; 8. Moral and Material Improvement. Provision for spiritual instruction - Absence of public - Failure of private - State ofnatives, and facilities for conversion - Causes of failure - Mode of proce eding suggested - Government interference towards this object - The most necessary means - Ecclesiastical establishment - Hindoo and Mahommedan endowments Education : Deficiencies of present system - Nature of, recommended - Schools and colleges - Languages - Political result of education - The press — condition of — causes of its defects - Measures recommended in regard to - Post-office - Overland communication - And connection with Mediterranean Countries - Colonization — difficulties of settlers - Suggested promotionand facilities - Proposed encouragement of immigration of Southern Christi ans - Amalgamation with the natives, and gradual transformation of the masses - Material improvements : Agriculture and machinery - Cotton — other products — tea - Suggested mode of agricultural speculation - Necessity of laws for protection of capital - Public works : Railways - Reasons for preferring Bombay to Calcutta line for main route - Question of interposition of companies - Roads and bridges — caravanserais — tolls - Indus harbour — canals of irrigation. Rebacked with original spine laid on, some foxing.and browning, particularly to early pages, else very good, tight. , With armorial bookplate o Hharry Hamilton Hinshaw, , 425.00

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172 Canada - Dominion Bureau of Statistics Department of Trade and Commerce Government Canada Year Book 1950, The. : The Official Statistical Annual of the
1950, 
(Canada - Dominion Bureau of Statistics). The Canada Year Book 1950 : The Official Statistical Annual of the Resources, History, Institutions, and Social and Economic Conditions of Canada. Ottawa : Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Department of Trade and Commerce, (Edmond Cloutier), 1950. pp (2),iii-xliv,1-1238,(2), fldg plate, fldg chart, 2 col. fldg maps, 3 b/w fldg maps. 8vo, blue cloth.
The first Post-Confederation edition. "When Newfoundland entered Confederation on as a new Province on Mar.31, 1949, the area of Canada was extended overnight by 154,700 square miles and the population was increased by 348,000. The planning and editing of this edition of the Year Book has, in consequence, involved the incorporation of statistical data for Newfoundland. But since latest figures available are mainly from the 1945 Newfoundland Census, and are not in any sense comparable with data for other provinces, the problem has had to be met by the introduction of special sections for Newfoundland in appropriate chapters." - from the Preface.
Includes : The Constitutional Development of Newfoundland prior to Union with Canada, 1949, pp.85-92; Population Statistics for Newfoundland pp.171-175; Background of Crime and Delinquency in Newfoundland prior to Union with Canada, pp.341-343; and many other references (see index).
One of the three b/w fldg maps is "Distribution of Population, Newfoundland, 1945".
Ex-library (stamps, spine label), hinges cracked. As is. 18.50

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173 Canada : Department of External Affairs Government PEARSON, L.B. Report and Documents Relating to the Negotiations for the Union of Newfoundland with Canada 1956 pr.
1956, 
Canada : Department of External Affairs. Report and Documents Relating to the Negotiations for the Union of Newfoundland with Canada. Conference Series, 1948, No.2. Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, King's Printer, 1956. pp (8),9-91,(5). 8vo, printed card covers. O'Dea 2734. 1956 printing. Name stamped to top and bottom edges, else vg. 20.00

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174 Canadian Art BUCHANAN, Donald W. TAYLOR, Frederick B. MILNE, David B. Canadian Art. Vol. 9. No. 2. Christmas-New Year 1951-52
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1951, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Vol. IX. No. 2. Christmas-New Year 1951-52. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1951. Pp (8),[49]-92. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated red stapled card covers. Contents : Painting a Picture on Christmas Morning (by David B. Milne); Gordon MacNamara – An Eye of His Own (by Andrew Bell); “The Moulds of Virtue” - An Aspect of Art Education (by J. Allison Forbes); Western Painting Comes to Montreal (by Robert Ayre); Young French Painters in Montreal (by Michael Forster); Canadian Art in a Boys' School (by Donald W. Buchanan); Mural of the Saguenay (by André Biéler); Artists Do Their Own Christmas Cards; The Arts Council and the Festival of Britain (byAlison Palmer); Impressions of Art in the Soviet Union (by Frederick B. Ta ylor); and more. Cover design by Albert Dumouchel. Minor foxing to front cover fore-edge, else very good. 20.00

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175 Canadian Art BUCHANAN, Donald W. TAYLOR, Frederick B. MILNE, David B. Canadian Art. Vol. 9. No. 2. Christmas-New Year 1951-52
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1951, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Vol. IX. No. 2. Christmas-New Year 1951-52. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1951. Pp (8),[49]-92. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated red stapled card covers. Contents : Painting a Picture on Christmas Morning (by David B. Milne); Gordon MacNamara – An Eye of His Own (by Andrew Bell); “The Moulds of Virtue” - An Aspect of Art Education (by J. Allison Forbes); Western Painting Comes to Montreal (by Robert Ayre); Young French Painters in Montreal (by Michael Forster); Canadian Art in a Boys' School (by Donald W. Buchanan); Mural of the Saguenay (by André Biéler); Artists Do Their Own Christmas Cards; The Arts Council and the Festival of Britain (byAlison Palmer); Impressions of Art in the Soviet Union (by Frederick B. Ta ylor); and more. Cover design by Albert Dumouchel. Spine and margins sunned, browned and waterstained, short tear to spine, else good only. As is. 10.00

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176 Canadian Art PELLAN, Alfred HUBBARD, R.H. PLASKETT, Joe Canadian Art. Spring Number. Vol. 12. No. 3. Spring 1955.
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1955, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Spring Number. Vol. XII. No. 3. Spring 1955. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1955. Pp (8),[93]-140. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated of-white stapled card covers. Contents : An Artist Reflects on Treesin Spring (by Jacques de Tonnancour); The Search for Vitality in Ontario ( by George Elliott); A Climate for the Arts (by R.H. Hubbard); A Re-Union ofpainting and Architecture (by John Korner); Albert H. Robinson (by Thomas R. Lee); The Story Behind Our Cover (by Audrey E. Hawthorn); Paris Honours Alfred Pellan (by Joe Plaskett); Dutch Painting – The Golden Age (by Peter Brieger); H.O. McCurry, Servant of the Arts; Do Canadians Want Modern Furniture?; and more. Cover art : Mungo Martin – Na' Nis – Sea Bear. Spine browned, rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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177 Canadian Asociation for Scottish Studies) MacINNES, Dan CAMPBELL, Douglas F. Scottish Tradition. Vol. 7/8. 1977-78
Canadaian Asociation for Scottish Studies, 1978, 
(Canadian Asociation for Scottish Studies). Scottish Tradition. Vol. VII/VIII. 1977-78. N.pl.: Canadian Asociation for Scottish Studies, [1978]. Pp (4),5-164,(4). 8vo, blue card covers, decorated and lettered in black. Contents : Repression and Religious Dissent in Scotland, 1660-1689 (by Ian B. Cowan); The Role of the Scottish Catholic Society in the Determination of the Antigonish Movement (by Dan MacInnes); Some Remarks on the Episcopal Ideal in Sixteenth Century Scotland (by David I. Howie); Some Remarkable Relatives Of that Remarkable Man, John Galt (by Hamilton B. Timothy); Working ClassReaders In Eighteenth Century ScotJand: The Evidence from Subscription Lis ts (by R.H. Carnie); Recent Interpretations of the Making of the Treaty of Union of 1707 (by W. Ferguson); Scotsmen and the British Diplomatic Service, 1714-1789 (by Karl Schweizer); The Social Context of Scottish Marriages in Nova Scotia (by Douglas F. Campbell); plus book reviews. Spine sunned, else very good. 25.00

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178 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) Union of Newfoundland with Canada : Ceremonies at St.John's, Newfoundland, and Ottawa, Canada, April 1, 1949
1949, 
(Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). Union of Newfoundland with Canada : Ceremonies at St.John's, Newfoundland, and Ottawa, Canada, April 1, 1949. (Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, King's Printer, 1949). Pp (4),5-15,(1). 8vo, wrappers. Illustrated. O'Dea 2736b. "An account of the ceremonies held on April 1, 1949, at St.John's and Ottawa to celebrate the union; including the textsof speeches delivered by His Excellency the Governor General; the Prime Mi nister, Mr. St. Laurent ... Mr. Gibson ... Mr. Bradley and ... Sir Albert Walsh. (Reprinted from Hansard of April 1, 1949)." The text of the CBC broadcast from St. John's. Creased, nicks and faint stain to cover,, light toning, else very good. 50.00

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179 Canadian Colored Concert Company Plantation Lullabies : Songs Sung by the Celebrated Canadian Colored Concert Company.
Duncan Lithography Company, Hamilton, Ont., 1909, 
(Canadian Colored Concert Company). Plantation Lullabies : Songs Sung by the Celebrated Canadian Colored Concert Company. Under the management of Wm. Carter, for 25 years Manager and Proprietor of the Famous Canadian Jubilee Singers. Five Years' Tour of Great Britain, Three Years' Tour of United States. (Hamilton, Ont.: Duncan Lith Co.), n.d. [ca. 1909]. Pp (15),5-51,(2). Index. Small 8vo, stapled colour illustrated card covers. Front cover : Famous Canadian Jubilee Singers, Plantation Lullabies, What We Have We'll Hold(with color picture of American Flag and Eagle). Back cover : Famous Canad ian Jubilee Singers, Plantation Melodies, What We Have We'll Hold (with color picture of Union Jack and Lion). See, Eileen Southern and Josephine Wright, African-American Traditions in Song, Sermon, Tale, and Dance, 1600s-1920: An Annotated Bibliography of Literature, Collections, and Artworks (1990), # 2011. The words and music to 13 songs, and words to 54 more, performedby the Canadian Colored Concert Company on their world tour (U.K. And U.S. ). Staples rusted, lightly rubbed, some wear to spine, brown stain to fire-margin of front cover, vertical crease to back cover, else very good. Scarce. 350.00

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180 Canadian Congress of Labour) Local Union Handbook Series, No. 4 Handbook on Union Agreements : Recommended for use by Local Union Negotiating Committees in Drafting Agreements
Canadianj Congress of Labour, Research Department, Ottawa, 1945, 
(Canadian Congress of Labour). A Handbook on Union Agreements : Recommendedfor use by Local Union Negotiating Committees in Drafting Agreements. Otta wa : The Canadian Congress of Labour, Research Department, n.d. [1940s]. Pp(3),4-[82],(2). Index. Small 8vo, orange stapled card covers, front cover lettered in black. Local Union Handbook Series, No. 4. Weinrich, Social Protest from the Left in Canada, 1870-1970: A Bibliography 2646. Contents : 1.Opening Phrase. 2. Preamble and Purpose. 3. Manual Obligations or Relation ship. 4. Union Recognition. 5. Management Rights. 6. Strikes and Lockouts. 7. Union Security. 8. Check-Off. 9. Hours of Work, Overtime and Statutory Holidays. 10. Grievance, Plant or Baragaining Committee, Shop Stewards, etc.11. Grievance Procedure. 12. Arbitration. 13. Meetings Between Company and Union. 14. Discharge Cases. 15. Seniority. 16. Lay-Offs. 17. Leave of Abse nce. 18. Vacataions with Pay. 19. Minimum Recompense. 20. Dirty Work. 21. Admission of Union Representative to Company Property. 22. Miscellaneous Wage Provisions. 23. Sick Leave. 24. Health and Safety. 25. Labour-Management Committees. 26. Bulletin Boards. 27. Dues Collection Other Than by Check-Off. 28. Miscellaneous Provisions. 29. Duration of Agreement. 30. Index. Unevenly browned and smudged, else very good, wth Maritime Marine Workers Federation inkstamp to front cover and title page. SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE LIKELY REDUCED DUE TO ITS LIGHT WEIGHT. 75.00

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