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181 PERKINS, Simeon Champlain Society 29 INNIS, Harold A., ed./intro. Diary of Simeon Perkins 1766-1780. Edited with Introduction and Notes by Harold A. Innis.
Champlain Society, Toronto , 1948, 
(PERKINS, Simeon). The Diary of Simeon Perkins 1766-1780. Edited with Introduction and Notes by Harold A. Innis. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1948. Pp [i]-xxxiv,[1]-298,i-xiii,(1). Index. Large 8vo, red cloth, gilt titlesto spine, top edge gilt. The Publications of the Champlain Society XXIX. H allett, Bermuda in Print : A Guide to the Printed Literature on Bermuda, 2nd ed., p. 156. Contents : Introduction. I. The first establishment. II. Permanent settlement. III. Outbreak of Revolution. IV. American privateering. V. Counterattack. "Simeon Perkins (February 24, 1735 – May 9, 1812) was a Nova Scotia merchant, diarist and politician. Colonel Simeon Perkins was born in Norwich, Connecticut, one of sixteen children of Jacob Perkins and Jemima Leonard. He came to Liverpool, Nova Scotia, in May 1762 as part of the New England Planter migration to Nova Scotia. In Liverpool, Perkins immediately began trading in fish and lumber and forged trading ties with New England, Newfoundland, Europe and the West Indies. During the American Revolution, Perkins was at first neutral, but became increasingly loyal to the British cause. His diary, which he began in 1766, remains a vital source for historians studying colonial Canada and the battle for identity and loyalty. After relentless American privateer attacks on shipping and an attempted American looting of Liverpool itself, Perkins led theoutfitting of several privateer ships against the Americans. Perkins also invested in privateering during the Napoleonic Wars, earning substantial returns from vessels such as the ships Charles Mary Wentworth, Duke of Kent and the famous brig Rover.A born leader, he held public office for a long period representing Queens County in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1765 to 1768 and from 177 0 to 1799. He held twenty-seven government positions in his life time, noneof which paid including justice of the peace, colonel of the militia, and judge in the Inferior Court of Common Pleas and the Court of Quarter Sessions." - from wikipedia. Limited to 550 copies, this one unnumbered. Very good. From the library of Roy Gurney, superintendent of the University of Toronto Press. 550.00

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182 PERKINS, Simeon Champlain Society 43 FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce, (ed.) Diary of Simeon Perkins 1797-1803.. Limited, Numbered Edition
Champlain Society, Toronto , 1967, 
PERKINS, Simeon. The Diary of Simeon Perkins 1797-1803. Edited with an introduction and notes by Charles Bruce Fergusson. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1967. Pp (6), vii-lxxii, 1-550, i-xix, (3), frontispiece. 8vo., red cloth, gilt to spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Publications of the Champlain Society XLIII. Hallett, Bermuda in Print : A Guide to the Printed Literature on Bermuda, 2nd ed., p. 156. WIth lengthy introduction and a detailed index. Limited to 775 numbered copies, this being No.728. Very good. 150.00

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183 PERKINS, Simeon Champlain Society 50 FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce, ed./intro. Diary of Simeon Perkins 1804-1812.. ltd ed.
Champlain Society, Toronto , 1978, 
PERKINS, Simeon. The Diary of Simeon Perkins 1804-1812. Edited with an introduction and notes by Charles Bruce Fergusson. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1978. Pp (6),vii-liii,(1),1-520,i-xxiv,(2). 8vo, red cloth, gilt to spine, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Publications of the Champlain Society L - Unnumbered copy of 1400 copies. Hallett, Bermuda in Print : A Guide to the Printed Literature on Bermuda, 2nd ed., p. 156. "Simeon Perkins (February 24, 1735 – May 9, 1812) was a Nova Scotia merchant, diarist and politician. Colonel Simeon Perkins was born in Norwich, Connecticut, one of sixteen children of Jacob Perkins and Jemima Leonard. He came to Liverpool, Nova Scotia, in May 1762 as part of the New England Planter migration to Nova Scotia. In Liverpool, Perkins immediately began trading in fish and lumber and forged trading ties with New England, Newfoundland, Europe and the West Indies. During the American Revolution, Perkins was at first neutral, but became increasingly loyal to the British cause. His diary, which he began in 1766, remains a vital source for historians studying colonial Canada and the battle for identity and loyalty. After relentless American privateerattacks on shipping and an attempted American looting of Liverpool itself, Perkins led the outfitting of several privateer ships against the American s. Perkins also invested in privateering during the Napoleonic Wars, earning substantial returns from vessels such as the ships Charles Mary Wentworth, Duke of Kent and the famous brig Rover. A born leader, he held public office for a long period representing Queens County in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1765 to 1768 and from 1770 to 1799. He held twenty-seven government positions in his life time, none of which paid including justice of the peace, colonel of the militia, and judge in the Inferior Court of Common Pleas and the Court of Quarter Sessions." - from wikipedia. Light wear to spine ends and corners, else very good. Mostly unopened. 50.00

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184 PIKE, G. Holden. Queen VICTORIA Victoria, Queen and Empress : A Jubilee Memoir. Third Edition (Thirtieth Thousand).
S.W. Partridge and Co., London, 1887, 
PIKE, G. Holden. Victoria, Queen and Empress : A Jubilee Memoir. Third Edition (Thirtieth Thousand). London : S.W. Partridge and Co., n.d. [ca 1887]. Pp [i]-vi,[7]-96,[1]-16. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt and illustrated front boardand spine. Contents : 1. The House of Brunswick. 2. The Duke and Duchess o f Kent – The Queen's Infancy. 3. The Princess Victoria and Her Education. 4. Accession – Opening of the Queen's Reign – State of the Country. 5. The Queen's Marriage and Home Life. 6. Life at Balmoral. 7. Some Notable Events.8.The Era of Progress. Cocked, spine and edges worn, spine darkened, cover s smudged, else good. 35.00

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185 PILGRIM, Earl B. BLACKBURN, Howard Drifting into Doom : Howard Blackburn and Tommy Welsh : Lost at Sea
DRC Publishing, St. John's, NF, 2009, ISBN:9781926689067 
PILGRIM, Earl B. Drifting into Doom : Howard Blackburn and Tommy Welsh : Lost at Sea. (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador : DRC Publishing, 2009). First Edition. Pp. [i]-vi,1-241,(1). 8vo, art-illustrated n card covers. The cover title is : Drifting into Doom : Tragedy at Sea. Earl Baxter Pilgrim(b. 1939, St. Anthony, Newfoundland). "In January 1883, Howard Blackburn, a Nova Scotia native fishing out of Gloucester, Mass and his dory mate Thomas Welsh, a 16-year-old from Grand Bank, Newfoundland, went adrift from their schooner, the Grace L. Fears, while fishing off the Burgeo Banks. Five days after their ordeal began, a barely alive Howard rowed ashore at Little River (now Grey River) on Newfoundland's south coast. Tommy was dead. In Drifting into Doom, best selling author Earl Pilgrim tells a gripping story of tragedy and survival, including the heroic efforts of Aunt Jenny Lushman,Susie Bushney, and all the people of Grey River who did all they could to save Howard's Life." - from rear cover. Howard Blackburn (b. February 17, 1859, Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia - d. November 4, 1932, Gloucester, Massachusetts). Very good. 16.00

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186 Prince Edward Island - Travel Guide - Attractions Special Attractions, Coming Events Highlights, Handcrafts, Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canada 1977 / Attractions spéciales, Prochain événements d'importance, Artisanat, Ile-du-Prince-Édouard, Provinces Atlantiques 1977.
1977, 
(Prince Edward Island – Attractions). Special Attractions, Coming Events Highlights, Handcrafts, Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canada 1977 / Attractions spéciales, Prochain événements d'importance, Artisanat, Ile-du-Prince-Édouard, Provinces Atlantiques 1977. N.pl.: n.pub., 1977. Pp 1-49. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated stapled card covers. Contents : Introduction; Summer Courses; Coming Events Highlights; Prince County Special Attractions;Queens County Special Attractions; Kings County Special Attractions; Handc rafts - Craftsmen; Handcrafts - Craft Outlets; P.E.I. County Craft Fairs; Handcraft Inquiries. Parallel bilingual texts (English and French). Very good. 15.00

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187 Public Archives of Nova Scotia Report of the Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, For the year ended 31st December, 1934
Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, Halifax , 1935, 
(Public Archives of Nova Scotia). Report of Board of Trustees of the PublicArchives of Nova Scotia, For the year ended 31st December, 1934. Halifax : Provincial Secretary, King's Printer, 1935. Pp (4),5-61,(1). 8vo, reddish stapled wrappers. Includes Appendix B : Early Census Rolls of Nova Scotia. The tables include the Townships of Amherst (1770), Annapolis (1770), Barrington (1770), Conway (1775), Cumberland (1770), Falmouth (1770), Granville (1770), Hillsborough (1770), Horton (1770), Londonderry (1770), New Dublin (1770), Onslow (1770), Donegal or Pictou (1770), Sackville (1770)Truro (1770), and Yarmouth (1773), along with Report of the Men, Women and Children in the County of Queens (1787). Spine and margins browned, tears along spine, bottom front corner clipped, penned correction, dog-eared, else good.As is. 40.00

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Queen Victoria in Scotland 1842. First Edition., Queen Victoria
188 Queen Victoria Queen Victoria in Scotland 1842. First Edition.
A. & C. Black / John Finlay /: John Murray, Edinburgh / Glasgow / London , 1842, 
(Queen Victoria). Queen Victoria in Scotland 1842. Edinburgh : A. & C. Black / Glasgow : John Finlay / London : John Murray, 1842. First Edition. Pp [i]-iv,(2),[1]-88,[1]-28,(2), frontispiece + engraved title page + 17 other engravings. Folio, red leather spine, colour illustrated paper covered front board, white decorated paper covered rear board, all edges gilt. List of Illustrations : 1. Grand Gothic Hall at Taymouth Castle during the Ball. 2.Medallion Portraits of her Majesty and Prince Albert [title page]. 3. Edin burgh Castle, Mons Meg, Royal Cortege, and general view of the City. 4. High Street of Edinburgh,—Royal Procession. 5. Dalkeith Palace, the day of theLevee. 6. Levee at Dalkeith Palace. 7. Part II., Illustrative Title-Page,— Tour in the Highlands; Four Vignettes. 8. Triumphal Arch, Entrance into Perth, Presentation of Keys, &c. 9. Dunkeld, Royal Pavilion, &c. 10. Highland Dancing at Dunkeld before her Majesty. 11. Taymouth Castle, from a point near the Battery. 12. Reception of her Majesty, and Royal Salute, at Taymouth. 13. Dancing by Torchlight at Taymouth. 14. Presentation of Game to her Majesty. 15. Embarkation on Loch Tay . 16. Drummond Castle. 17. Deer-Stalking, Glenartney Forest. 18. Stirling. 19. Embarkation of her Majesty and Suiteat Granton [with stern view of the paddle steamer Trident, serving as temp orary royal yacht].. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine renewed in scarlet leather, heavy wear to covers, some soiling and foxing to text and plates, piece renewed to front endpaper, else very good, with an 1844 Montreal gift inscription and a calling card laid in of Lady Seymour / Miss Seymour / Miss Laura Seymour, [likely Princess Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (Laura Williamina Seymour; December 17, 1832 – February 13, 1912, wife of Victor Ferdinand Franz Eugen Gustaf Adolf Constantin Friedrich of Hohenlohe-Langenburg GCB (11 December 1833 – 31 December 1891), also known as Count Gleichen, was an officer in the Royal Navy,). 350.00

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189 Queens County, Nova Scotia - Viewbook) Beautiful Queens
Morton's Ptinting and Publishing, First Beeach Hill, Queens Countu, N.S., 1993, ISBN:0969732503 
(Queens County, Nova Scotia - Viewbook). Beautiful Queens. (First Beeach Hill, Queens County, N.S.: Morton's Ptinting and Publishing, May 1993). Pp (160). Illustrated. Oblong 12mo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in gold, black cloth tape spine, with golf twine. A facsimile reprint of a viewbook on Queens County, Nova Scotia, originally published in 1903 by W. R. Letson, Liverpool, N.S. "Second Addition [sic] Re-Printed for Queens County Historical Society, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, With Assiatance From The Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, N.S." Penned gift inscription, else very good. 30.00

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190 Queens County, Nova Scotia) Queens County Directory : A 1987 guide to services in Queens County
The Advance, Liverpool, N.S., 1987, 
(Queens County, Nova Scotia). Queens County Directory : A 1987 guide to services in Queens County. Supplement to The Advance, Liverpool, N.S., April 29, 1987. Pp 1-40. Map. Advertisements. Index. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers, lettered in black. Contents : Accommodations; Agriculture; Air service; Artists and carftspeople; Banking and financial services; Boy Scouts; Bus service; Campgrounds; Churches; Community service groups; Cultural groups; Divers; Emergency numbers; Entertainment, amusement centers & bowling alley; Festivals and events; Forestry related activities; Fire fighters associations; Gift and craft shops; Girl Guides; Health care; Historic sites; Hospitals and homes; Laundromats and dry cleaners; Lawyers; Library; MLA/ MP; Municipality of Queens County Administration and Council; Parks and picnic areas; Pharamacies; Restauarants and take outs; Recreation facilities; Recreation groups and associations; Service stations and automotive; Taxi service; Tourist bureaus; Town Administraion and Council. Spine browned, else very good. 10.00

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191 RADDALL, Thomas H. Ogomkegea : The Story of Liverpool, Nova Scotia. blue card covers.
1955, 
RADDALL, Thomas H. Ogomkegea : The Story of Liverpool, Nova Scotia. N.pl.: n.pub., nd [1950s?]. Pp [1]-16. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled printed textured blue card covers with black lettering to front cover. Not in Watters, Rhodenizer, Morley. Laugher p.464, Young for other editions. Contents: A Legend of Glooscap; The First Settlers; Fighting Times; Peace in Their Time; Change; Change and War; The Mersey Paper Industry (p. 11, ~250 words); The Second World War; A Walk Along Main Street. The following illustrations are contained herein: "Main Street -- Town of Liverpool" (p. [7]), "Bowaters MerseyPaper Company Limited" (p. [8]), "Steel and Engine Products Limited" (p. [ 9]), "Liverpool water front -- Second World War" (p. [10]). An excellent copy. Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 35.00

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192 Ragged Islands Historical Society) Ragged Islands Flashback, incorporating the Lockeport section of the 1906 Bradford Guide
Ragged Islands Historical Society, Lockeport, 1975, 
(Ragged Islands Historical Society). Ragged Islands "Flashback", incorporating the Lockeport section of the 1906 "Bradford Guide." [Lockeport, N.S.] :Ragged Islands Historical Society, n.d. [1970s?]. Pp (74) leaves (2 foldin g), with 32-page Bradford's Guide Books : The South Shore of Nova Scotia : Shelburne and Queens 1907 in rear pocket. Illustrated. 8vo, light blue stapled card covers (for Flashback), and Small 8vo, yellow stapled card covers (for Bradford Guide). Mimeographed, hence, poor quality illustrations. Spine and edges sunned, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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193 RAPLEY, Elizabeth McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion) Devotes : Women & Church in Seventeenth-Century France. McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion series
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1993, ISBN:0773511016 
RAPLEY, Elizabeth. The Dévotes : Women & Church in Seventeenth-Century France . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (1993). Pp. (26),[1]-283,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red card covers. A volume in the McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion series. A survey of female monastic orders and the role of women in religion in France during the age of Louis XIV. Light edgewear, else very good. 30.00

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194 RATTRAY, R.S. Religion and Art in Ashanti. Third Printing in dustjacket.
Oxford University Press / Presbyterian Book Depot, London and Accra, 1959, 
RATTRAY, R.S. Religion & Art in Ashanti. With chapters by G.T. Bennett, Vernon Blake, H. Dudley Buxton, R.R. Marett, C.G. Seligman. London and Accra: Oxford University Press, Presbyterian Book Depot, (1959). Third Printing. Pp. (6),[v]-xviii,[1]-414,(2), frontispiece, + 31 leaves of black and white plates and 72 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated, with more line drawings to text. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: PartI: Religion: 1. Lower Graded Spiritual Powers, Souls of Trees, Plants, and Animals; 2. The Fetish (Suman); 3. Fairies, Forest Monsters, and Witches; 4. The Training of Medicine-Men and Priests. Part II: Rites de Passage: 5. Introductory; 6. Birth; 7. Puberty; 8. Marriage; 9. Atopere Dance of Death;10. Marriage, cont'd; 11. Funerals of Kings; 12. The Odwira Ceremony; 13. Other Burial-Places for Kings and Queens; 14. Funeral Rites for Ordinary Individuals; 15. Carrying the Corpse; 16. Widows and 'In-Laws' at Funerals; 17. Funeral Rites for a Priest; 18. Funeral Rites which possibly show some Trace of Contact with an external Culture; 19. Funerals for Certain Animals and Trees; 20. Conclusion. Part III: 21. Seligman's "Dreams and Dream Interpretations"; 22. Oaths. Part IV: Technology: 23. Introduction; 24. Weaving; 25. Stamped Cloths; 26. Religion, Art, and Anthropology in Wood-Carving; 27. Pottery; 28. Cire Perdue Metal-casting. 29. Cross-Cousin Marriages; 30.Buxton's "Cross-Cousin Marriages: The Biological Significance"; 31. Blake' s "The Aesthetic of Ashanti"; 32. Bennett's "Wari"; 33. Marett's "Some General Aspects of Ashanti Religion". Rear inner hinge starting, some light foxing to initial and final leaves, small clip to corner of flyleaf, else verygood in price-clipped dustjacket. 70.00

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195 RAWLYK, George A. Nova Scotia's Massachusetts: A Study of Massachusetts - Nova Scotia Relations 1630-1784. in dj
McGill-Queens University Press, 1973, ISBN:0773501428 
RAWLYK, George A. Nova Scotia's Massachusetts : A Study of Massachusetts - Nova Scotia Relations 1630-1784. Montreal & London: McGill-Queens University Press, 1973. Pp (6),[vii]-xviii,1-298,(4). 8vo, black cloth. Tennyson 417. "This book is primarily concerned with two facets of Massachusetts' relationship with Nova Scotia: its economic stranglehold over the neighbouring colony during most of the period from 1630 to 1784 and the various military thrusts sent from New England to the region to the northeast. Instead of seeing the expansion of New England into Nova Scotia as leading inevitably and naturally to the expulsion of the Acadians in 1755, Professor Rawlyk perceives Massachusetts' interest in the area as suddenly declining after the Louisbourg campaign of 1745. The military expeditions did not represent a growing Massachusetts imperialism but were rather the expression of temporaryenthusiasm and concern. They represented a response, not to popular demand , but to the political pressure of certain interest groups and the shrill rhetoric of various propagandists. After 1755 whatever sympathetic concern Massachusetts had for its neighbouring colony virtually disappeared. Nova Scotia was regarded as a backward Anglophile colony incapable and unworthy ofpolitical redemtion. This indifference, together with other factors, meant that when the American Revolution broke out, Nova Scotia rejected it." - f rom the dustjacket. Contents: 1. John Winthrop and Nova Scotia, 1630-1649; 2. Robert Sedgwick, Thomas Temple, and Nova Scotia, 1650-1670; 3. Years of Peace and Years of Growing Tension, 1670-1686; 4. John Nelson, William Phips, and the Capture of Nova Scotia, 1687-1690; 5. John Nelson and Benjamin Church, 1690-1697; 6. Joseph Dudley, 1698-1707; 7. Samuel Vetch and Francis Nicholson, 1708-1717; 8. Massachusetts, Canso, Annapolis Royal and Louisbourhg, 1718-1744; 9. William Shirley and Louisbourg, 1744-1745; 10. The Capture of Louisbourg and Aftermath, 1745-1748; 11. Wiliam Shirley and Charles Lawrence, 1749-1756; 12. Massachusetts and Nova Scotia, 1757-1776; 13. Privateering and Revival: The Revolutionary Years, 1777-1784. Name, else vg in nicked dj. 40.00

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196 RAWLYK, George and Mark A. NOLL, eds. NOLL, Mark A., ed. DEMING, james C. MACK, Barry Amazing Grace : Evangelicalism in Australia, Britain, Canada, and the United States. pbk.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1995, ISBN:0773512144 
RAWLYK, George and Mark A. NOLL, eds. Amazing Grace : Evangelicalism in Australia, Britain, Canada, and the United States . Edited by George A. Rawlykand Mark A. Noll. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, ( 1995). Pp. (6),7-429,(3). 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers with white spine. Contents: 1. D. Bruce Hindmarsh's "'I Am a Sort of Middle-Man': The Politically Correct Evangelicalism of John Newton"; 2. David Hempton's "NoisyMethodists and Pious Protestants: Evangelical Revival and Religious Minori ties in Eighteenth-Century Ireland"; 3. Noll's "Revival, Enlightenment, Civic Humanism, and the Evolution of Calvinism in Scotland and America, 1735-1843"; 4. Ted A. Campbell's "Evangelical Institutionalization and Evangelical Sectarianism in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain and America"; 5. James C. Deming and Michael S. Hamilton's "Methodist Revivalism in France, Canada,and the United States"; 6. Ian Randall's "A Christian Cosmopolitan: F.B. M eyer in Britain and America";7. David W. Bebbington's "Evangelicalism in Modern Britain and America: A Comparison"; 8. Brian Dickey's "Evangelical Anglicans Compared: Australia and Britain"; 9. Mark Hutchinson's "Rough Blocks: The Transoceanic Triangle in Planting Pentecostalism among Italian Immigrants to Ausrtalia, 1907-1909"; 10. Barry Mack's "Of Canadian Presbyterians and Guardian Angels"; 11. Rawlyk's "The Holiness Movement and Canadian Maritime Baptists"; 12. Robert K. Burkinshaw's "Conservative Evangelicalism in the Twentieth-Century 'West': British Columbia and the United States"; 13. David R. Elliott's "Knowing No Borders: Canadian Contributions to American Fundamentalism"; 14. John G. Stackhouse Jr.'s "More Than a Hyphen: Twentieth-Century Canadian Evangelicalism in Anglo-American Context". With a bibliographic afterword by Larry Eskridge. Very good. 15.00

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197 RICHEY, Matthew McDONALD, William Sermon on the Death of the Rev. William M'Donald, Late Wesleryan Missionary: : Preached at Liverpool, Wednesday, March 19, and in Substance at Halifax, on Sundayt, March 30, 1834
Halifax, 1834, 1834 
RICHEY, Matthew. A Sermon on the Death of the Rev. William M'Donald, Late Wesleryan Missionary: : Preached at Liverpool, Wednesday, March 19, and in Substance at Halifax, on Sunday, March 30, 1834 . Halfax, N.S.: 1834. Pp (2),[3]-32. 8vo, blue stitched wrappers, untitled.
Not in TPL
"The following Sermon is published by request. Whatever profits may arise from is sale will be presented to the Rev. Mr. McDonald's affflicted relic, whose friends, it is hoped, will appreciate the design, and aid in rendering it as productive as possible." (Advertisement, p. [2]).
Spine ends chipped, corners creased, light browning to spine and margins, minor foxing and indentations to text, pennedname, else a very good copy. Very scarce. 400.00

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198 RICHLING, Barnett. JENNESS, Diamond In Twilight and in Dawn : A Biography of Diamond Jenness. First Edition industjacket
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston, 2012, ISBN:0773539816 
RICHLING, Barnett.. In Twilight and in Dawn : A Biography of Diamond Jenness. Montreal & Kingston McGill-Queen's University Press, (2012). First Edition. Pp (12),[xiii]-xxi,(3),[3]-413,(5). Illustrations in the text. 8vo, redboards, black lettering to spine. No.67 in the McGill-Queens Native and No rthern Series.. "When New Zealand-born and Oxford-educated anthropologist Diamond Jenness set aside hopes of building a career in the South Pacific tojoin Vilhjalmur Stefansson's Canadian Arctic Expedition, he had little ide a of what lay ahead. But Jenness thrived under the duress of that transformational experience: his groundbreaking ethnographic work, recounted in People of the Twilight and in Dawn in Arctic Alaska, became a lasting contribution to twentieth-century anthropology, and the foundation of a career he would devote to researching Canada's first peoples. Barnett Richling draws upon a wealth of sources to shed light on Jenness's tenure with the Anthropological Division of the National Museum of Canada His ifield work took him beyond the Arctic to seven First Nations communities from Georgian Bay to British Columbia's interior. Renowned as a pre-eminent scholar of Inuit culture, Jenness also influenced linguistics, ethnology, material culture, and Northern archaeology. His story is also one of institutional conflict: Jenness worked as a public servant at a time when the federal government spearheaded anthropological research, although his commitment to the first peoplesof his adopted homeland placed him at odds with Ottawa's approach to abori ginal affairs. In Twilight and in Dawn is an exploration of one man's life in anthropology, and of the conditions - at the museum, on the reserves, insociety's mainstream, and in the world at large - that shaped his work." f rom the dj. Contents : 1. Antipodean Arcadia, 1886-1908. 2. The Second Horse, 1908-1911. 3. On a Bwaidokan Veranda, 1911-1912. 4. Chance and Necessity, 1913-1914. 5. Kiss of the White Man, 1914-1916. 6. In the Trenches, 1916-1919. 7. An Unloved Stepchild, 1919-1931. 8. Peoples of Memory, 1921. 9. Jostling Tribes, 1923-1924. 10. Ancestors and Cradles, 1926. 11. A Sisyphean Puzzle, 1927-1935. 12. Turning the Page, 1929-1936. 13. Behind High Walls, 1936-1948. 14. A Brand New Day, 1948-1969. Epilogue : The Afterlife of Diamond Jenness. Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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199 RIGAKOS, George S. Nightclub : Bouncers, Risk, and the Spectacle of Consumption. pbk.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2008, ISBN:9780773533622 
RIGAKOS, George S. Nightclub : Bouncers, Risk, and the Spectacle of Consumption . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2008). Pp. (6),[vii]-viii,(2),[1]-273,(5). 8vo, illustrated dark card covers with blue and yellow lettering to spine. A survey of bouncer and nightclub culture, with much of the material drawn from the author's conversations with dozens of Halifax doorstaff and police officers. Includes a four-page section (229-232) dealing with Halifax's notorious, much-maligned "Pizza Corner". "While this book is still very much about security, surveillance, and the organization of risk in the nightclub setting, it is more importantly about coming to terms with how a nightclub operates as a site of consumption." - from the introduction. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Nightclub as a Risk Market; 3. Policing and Bouncing; 4. Bouncer Culture; 5. Getting In; 6. Getting Noticed; 7. Getting Home. A couple instances of highlighting, some light shelfwear, else very good. 15.00

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200 ROBERTS, Charles G.D. Orion and Other Poems. First Edition. Lovely copy, Signed by Roberts
J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia , 1880, 1880 
ROBERTS, Charles G.D. Orion and Other Poems. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott& Co., 1880. First Edition. Pp . Small 8vo, dark green cloth with gilt let tering and decoration on spine and front board, bevelled edges.
Charles George Douglas Roberts (b.10 January 1860, Douglas, New Brunswick - d. 26 November. 1943, Toronto).
Watters p.168, Rhodenizer p.889, Laugher p.479.

Roberts' first book, published when he was twenty and principal of Chatham High School.

The Poems:
"To the Spirit of Song", "Orion", "Ariadne", "Launcelot and the Four Queens", "Ballad of the Poet's Thought", "A Ballad of Three Mistresses","Ballad to a Kingfisher", "Ballad of a Bride", "Love-Days", "Memnon", "Ron deau.- Hesper Appears", "Rondeau. - Without one Kiss", "Rondeau to A. W. Straton (Written in His Autograph Album)", "The Flight", "One Night", "A Songof Morning", "Ode to Drowsihood", "Ode to Night", "Amoris Vincula", "Sonne t.- Iterumne?", "Sonnet. - At Pozzuoli", "Sappho Miriam (Sapphics)", "Miriam (Choriambics)", "A Blue Blossom ", "The Shannon and the Chesapeake" (pp.99-102), "The Maple", "To Winter", "Epistle to W. Bliss Carman" (September 1878, pp.109-113); and "Dedication" (Fredericton, July 1880).

With Roberts' inscription : "Miss Jessie Blanchard / with the most sincere / regards of /Charles G.D. Roberts / Windsor [Nova Scotia], April 11th, 1886".
The lightest of edgewear, tiny nicks to endpaper edges else fine, solid and bright. 600.00


Price: 600.00 CDN
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