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181 BAKER, Dawn BAKER, Dawn Newfoundland Alphabet. signed
Art Work Studio, 1998, ISBN:0968385001 
BAKER, Dawn. A Newfoundland Alphabet. (Gander, NF: Art Work Studio, 1998). Pp. [28], unpaginated. Illustrated by the author. Oblong 8vo, red ill. card covers. Wear to spine and edges, some creasing to the back cover, gift inscription to inside of front cover, else vg. Signed by the author on the title page. 7.00

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182 BAKER, Herbert A. General Report of The Government Geologist for 1927
1927, 
BAKER, Herbert A. General Report of The Government Geologist for 1927. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. Pp (2),[3]-10,(2). 8vo, wrappers. Not in O'Dea. Vg-fine. 45.00

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183 BAKER, Herbert A. General Report of The Government Geologist for 1928
1928, 
BAKER, Herbert A. General Report of The Government Geologist for 1928. N.pl.: Manning & Rabbits, Printers, n.d. Pp (2),[3]-26,(2). 8vo, wrappers. Not in O'Dea. Pp 17-26 entitled "Geology of the Precambrian Rocks of Newfoundland - Commencement of Revision - The Problem Defined". Vg-fine. 55.00

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184 BAKER, M., J. MILLER PITT & R.D.W. PITT MILLER PITT, J. PITT, R.D.W. Illustrated History of Newfoundland Light & Power. in dj
Creative Publishers, St.John's, 1990, 
BAKER, M., J. MILLER PITT & R.D.W. PITT. The Illustrated History of Newfoundland Light & Power. St.John's : Creative Publishers, 1990. Pp 348. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, blue leatherette. Vg-fine in dj. 25.00

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185 BAKER, Melvin CUFF, Robert GILLESPIE, Bill Workingman's St. John's : Aspects of Social History in the Early 1900s
Harry Cuff Publications Ltd., St. John's, 1982, 
BAKER, Melvin, Robert CUFF and Bill GILLESPIE. Workingman's St. John's : Aspects of Social History in the Early 1900s. St. John's : Harry Cuff Publications Ltd., 1982. Pp (2),i-x,11-64,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Verygood. 20.00

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186 BAKER, Melvin Horizon Canada 10:111 Tenth Province"
1987, 
BAKER, Melvin. "The Tenth Province." An article on Confederation in the magazine Horizon Canada, Vol.10, No.111, 1987. Pp 2641-2647, with 10 illustrations. Also: Claude Galarneau's "The Black Mark against France" [French Canada's revulsion at the Revolution]; Patrick Brode's "A Blow for Freedom"; David Mills and Robert Dickson's "Born to Rock" [rock music in Canada]. Vg. For the issue. 4.00

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187 BAKSH, Ishmael Black Light
Jespersen Press Ltd.,, 1988, 
BAKSH, Ishmael. Black Light. (St. John's, Nfld.): Jespersen Press Ltd., (1988). Pp. 255. 8vo, ill. black card covers. Spine edges worn, front cover scuffed else vg. 15.00

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188 BAKSH, Ishmael J. and Amarjit SINGH SINGH, Amarjit Teachers' Perceptions of Teaching
1980, 
BAKSH, Ishmael J. and Amarjit SINGH. Teachers' Perceptions of Teaching : A Newfoundland Study. St.John's : Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1980. Pp [1]-viii,[1]-166. 4to, card covers. Vg-fine. 10.00

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189 BALDWIN, Barry BANKS, Joseph HALLIDAY, Hugh A. McFARLANE, Leslie Naturalist in Newfoundland. An article on Joseph Banks in The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Vol. 77:3, June / July 1997
Canada's National History Society, Winnipeg , 1997, 
BALDWIN, Barry. “A Naturalist in Newfoundland.” An article on Joseph Banks in The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Vol. 77:3, June/July 1997, pp 14-16.Winnipeg : Canada's National History Society, 1997. Pp [1]-55,(1). Illustr ated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated red stapled wrappers. Also : “Medals for the Volunteers” {North-West Rebellion] (by Hugh A. Halliday); “Sin or Salvation?” [Toronto's working girls] (by Carolyn Strage); “The Man Who Was Franklin” [Leslie McFarlane: the Father of the Hardy Boys] (by Shane Peacock); and more. Rubbed and wrinkled, else good. 6.00

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190 BALDWIN, Douglas O. Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 15, No.2. FORBES, Ernest R. BASSLER, Gerhard P. Growth and Decline of the Charlottetown Banks, 1854-1906. An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 15, No. 2, Spring / Printemps 1986
1986, 
BALDWIN, Douglas O. “The Growth and Decline of the Charlottetown Banks, 1854-1906.” An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. XV, No. 2, Spring/Printemps 1986, pp 28-52. Also : Articles : "Consolidating Disparity: The Maritimes and the Industrialization of Canadaduring the Second World War" by Ernest R. Forbes (pp 3-27); "Practicality Ascendant: The Origins and Establishment of Technical Education in Nova Scotia" by Donald MacLeod ( p 53-92); "Develop or Perish": Joseph K. Smallwoodand Newfoundland's Quest for German Industry, 1949-1953" by Gerhard P. Bas sler (pp 93-119); Documents : "The Young Robin Hood Society": A Political Satire by Edward Winslow (pp 120-143): reviews. Name, else very good. 10.00

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191 BALFOUR, Harold. WULFF, Lee Folk, Fish and Fun. First Edition in dustjacket. Signed
Terence Dalton Limited, Lavenham, Suffolk , 1978, ISBN:0900963859 
BALFOUR, Harold. Flk, Fish and Fun. Foreword by Chapman Pincher. Lavenham, Suffolk : Terence Dalton Limited, 1978. First Edition. Pp [i]-xiv,1-106,+ 25 pp. Photos. 8vo, white cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “Harold Balfour, Lord Balfour of Inchrye, [...] is also an authority of all aspects of river fishing. [...] In this book he introduces the Rivers Tweed, Spey and Dee, amongst others in Scotland; the Restigouche in Canada; the Serpentine in Newfoundland and others in Norway and Iceland and tells of his biggest catch ever in the estuary of the Volta River in the Gold Coast (now Ghana).” - from the dj. Chapters : 1. My Biggest Ever; 2. In the Beginning; 3. Oh What a Beautiful Morning; 4. Escape to the Coho; 5. The Gander River (pp.22-32); 6. Labrador (pp.33-38); 7. Trips to the Restigouche (pp.39-49); 8. The Maestro [on Lee Wulff, [given here as Wulffe"] pp.50-55]; 9. A Minnow into Poland; 10. Norway; 11. The Chapter of Shame; 12. Would You Like to Own a Fishing?; 13. "When Shall I Dwell With Worms"; 14. Coincidence - Or What?; 15. It's True - I Swear It Is; 16. The Silly Little River [the Fleet in Sutherland]; 17. Postscript to Gander - And to Hell with Age (pp.104-106). With 7 pages of signatures (some notables?) and good wishes, some notes in the text,else very good in rubbed and worn dustjacket. Signed and inscribed by the author (Balfour of Inchrye). 35.00

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192 BALL, Jean M. BALL, Jean M. Signal Hill National Historic Park Colouring Book
1979, 
BALL, Jean M. Signal Hill National Historic Park Colouring Book. (St.John's : "Valhalla Press, Canada by arrangement with Nfld. Historic Trust", 1979.) First Edition. Printed by Dicks. Pp [1]-16. Large 8vo, blue card covers. Unused. Vg. 10.00

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193 BANFILL, B.J. Labrador Nurse. American Edition in dustjacket.
MacRae Smith Company, Philadelphia, 1953, 
BANFILL, B.J. Labrador Nurse. Philadelphia: MacRae Smith Company, 1953. Pp (4),5-256. Map. 8vo, black cloth. O'Dea 2920, Cooke & Caron p.24, Watters p.461, Rhodenizer p.699, Thompson, A Bibliography of Nursing Literature 1859-1960 p.22. Banfill, born in 1899 near Richmond, Quebec, tells of her threeyears with the Grenfell Mission. "Labrador is not an easy place. It is a g ray and uninviting jumble of cold rock. [...] It is here, at a bleak MuttonBay landing, that Nurse Banfill first surveys thee normous task to which h er consecration and high faith has brought her." - from the dustjacket. Very good in edgeworn, damp-wrinkled, price-clipped dustjacket. 25.00

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194 BANGS, Outram Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, 54:18) Land Mammals of Newfoundland
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, MA, 1913, 
BANGS, Outram. The Land Mammals of Newfoundland . Cambridge, Mass. : Museumof Comparative Zoology, July 1913. Pp. (2),[509]-516,(2). Illustrated. 8vo , string-bound grey-green printed wraps. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, vol. 54, no. 18. Light nicking and browningto fore-edge, previous owner's name inked to title page, else very good. 8 0.00

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195 Bank of Montreal) Canada Today. 11th ed
1962, 
(Bank of Montreal). Canada Today. Montreal : Bank of Montreal, 1962. Eleventh Edition. Pp (2),3-115,(5). Illustrated. 12mo, card covers. Newfoundland (pp.17-18). Nova Scotia (pp.18-19). Vg 8.00

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196 Bank of Nova Scotia) Monthly Review New Series No.53 Iron in Quebec-Labrador
1950, 
(Bank of Nova Scotia). Iron in Quebec-Labrador. The Bank of Nova Scotia Monthly Review, New Series No.53, Toronto, October, 1950. Pp (4). Map. 4to, one folded sheet. Vg. 20.00

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197 BANKS, A.B. Schemes for the Encouragement of Agriculture and Stock Raising. 1937 Edition.
Newfoundland Department of Rural Reconstruction, Agricultural Division, St. John's , 1937, 
(BANKS, A.B., Director of Agriculture). Schemes for the Encouragement of Agriculture and Stock Raising. 1937 Edition. St. John's : Newfoundland Department of Rural Reconstruction, Agricultural Division, Bulletin No. 5, 1937. Pp [1]-47,(1). 8vo, green printed stapled card covers. O'Dea 2241. Contents: 1. Bonus on Clearing Land. 2. Bonus on Colts Got by Pure Bred Stallions. 3. Bonus on Purchase of Pure Bred Bulls. 4. Bonus on Purchase of Pure Bred Rams. 5. Bonus on Purchase of Pure Bred Boars. 6. Bonus on Cockerels. 7. L oan of Stallions. 8. Loan of Pure Bred Bulls. 9. Loan of Pure Bred Boars. 10. Loan of Rams. 11. Poultry Clubs. 12. Swine Clubs. 13. Junior Calf Clubs.14. Junior Garden Clubs. 15. Junior Sheep Clubs. 16. Sheep Fairs. Rubbed a nd edge-browned, surface tear to rear cover, else very good. 60.00

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198 BANKS, Brian Satellite Images : . In dj
1989, 
BANKS, Brian. Satellite Images : Photographs of Canada from Space. (Canmden East, Ont.): Camden House, (1989). Pp (5),6-120. 4to, navy cloth. 48 colour photos with brief accompanying texts including Baie Verte (pp.100-1) and Happy Valley-Goose Bay (pp.98-9). Vg in dj. 16.00

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199 BANNISTER, Jerry Rule of the Admirals : Law, Custom and Naval Government in Newfoundland, 1699-1832. First Edition, Paperback
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2003, ISBN:0802086136 
BANNISTER, Jerry. The Rule of the Admirals : Law, Custom and Naval Government in Newfoundland, 1699-1832. Toronto : "Published for The Osgoode Societyfor Canadian Legal History by University of Toronto Press", (2003). First Edition. Pp (8),[ix]-xix,(7),[3]-423,(9). With tables, diagrams and a few illustrations in the text. 8vo, art-illustrated cardcovers with black spine."The Rule of the Admirals examines governance in Newfoundland from the rul e of the fishing admirals in 1699 to the establishment of representative government in 1832. It offers the first in-depth account of the rise and fallof the system of naval government that dominated the island for more than a century. In this provocative look at legal culture in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Newfoundland, Jerry Bannister explores three topics in detail: naval government in St. John's, surrogate courts in the outports, and patterns in the administration of law. He challenges the conventional view that early Newfoundland was a lawless frontier isolated from the rest of theAtlantic world, and argues that an effective system of naval government em erged to meet the needs of those in power. The Rule of the Admirals sheds light on one of the most misunderstood chapters in Canadian and British colonial history. Drawing on extensive archival research as well as a broad range of secondary sources, Bannister provides a groundbreaking reinterpretation of a critical period in the island's colonial development." - p.[i]. "The Rule of the Admirals opens exciting new vistas on the early socio-economic history of Canada's most recent province" -from the cover. Chapters : 1. Introduction; 2. The Fishing Admirals System; 3. An Unruly Set of People: The Struggle for Judicial Authority; 4. The Establishment of Naval Government; 5. A Fief of the Admiralty: Newfoundland under Naval Rule; 6. Using Mercy and Terror: The Patterns of Criminal Justice; 7. Enforcing the Social Order: Punishment in a Fishing Society; 8. The Fall of Naval Government; 9. Conclusion. With bibliography and index. Very good. 30.00

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200 BANNISTER, Jerry Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, New Series Vol. 11 Naval State in Newfoundland, 1749-1791
Canadian Historical Association, 2000, ISBN:088798195x 
BANNISTER, Jerry. The Naval State in Newfoundland, 1749-1791. An article published in Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, New Series Vol. 11, pp. 17-50. N.pl.: Canadian Historical Association, 2000. Pp. 218. 8vo, blue ill. card covers. Of additional local interest: Greg Marquis's "Civilized Drinking: Alcohol and Society in New Brunswick, 1945-1975". Vg. 9.00

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