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181 HISCOCK, Eric C., ed. Yachting Year, Volume II, 1947-1948. in dustjacket.
Eric C. Hiscock / Rolls House Publishing, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight and London, 1974, 
HISCOCK, Eric C., (ed.). The Yachting Year, Volume II: 1947-8. Edited by Eric C. Hiscock. Yarmouth, Isle of Wight and London: Eric C. Hiscock, (1947).Sole Distributors: The Rolls House Publishing Co., Ltd. Pp. (4),5-206,i-xv iii. Illustrasted in black and white. Large 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Toy 75. "The great success of the first volume proved this annual publication to be the outstanding yachting book of the year. Every effort, however, has been made to make the second volume better still. It contains more pages, over 100 exclusive photographic illustrations all taken this year and an enlarged contents list, every item of whichhas been specially written for this volume by well-known yachtsmen, each a n authority on his own particular subject. There are eye witness accounts of the R.O.R.C. events, cruises by a winner of the Royal Cruising Club challenge cup and others, practical hints on pilotage, articles on yacht design,engine installation and sea language, and a provocative feature on the Nat ional and International dinghy classes with first-hand accounts of the major fixtures." - from the dustjacket. Contents: Ocean Racing: Alan H. Paul onthe 1947 Season, The R.O.R.C. Rating Rule, Accounts of the R.O.R.C. Events (North Sea Race, Blyth to Kristiansand Race, Southsea to Brixham Race, Cow es to St. Malo-Dinard Race, The Channel Race, Spithead to Falmouth Race, and Harold Clouston on The Fastnet Race and E.W.R. Peterson on the Plymouth to La Rochelle Race). K. Adlard Coles on "Passage Racing". John H.C. Morris on "An Eastern Cruise in the Gulf of St. Malo". L. Luard's "Mainly from Experience". Bevil Warington Smyth's "Reflections on Design". George P.B. Naish's "Sea Language". Art by David Cobb, Alain Russell, and Bevin Warington Smyth. Ian Proctor's 'Dinghy Hopscotch" and "Dinghy Racing Rules". Ian Proctor on The Major Dinghy Races (Yachting World Merlins: Founders Trophy, Hayling Island S.C. Challenge Cup, Beecher Moore Trophy; International 14-ft. Dinghies: The Itchenor Gallon and The Prince of Wales Cup; 12-ft. Dinghies: Henley Challenge Trophy and National Dinghy Championships). W.M. Martineau on Auxiliary Engine Installation. Thirty pages of photographs. J.J. Quill's"Impressions of the Pavillion d'Or". Sailing and Auxiliary Cruisers design ed by James McGruer, John E.H. Tew, Laurent Giles, Maurice Griffiths, Kenneth M. Gibbs [2 boats], A.H. Buchanan, and Harold H. Dawes. Motor-Sailers designed by Arthur C. Robb, C.E. Nicholson, F.R. Parker, W.G. McBryde, and Norman E. Dallimore. Motor Cruisers designed by Arthur C. Robb, Laurent Giles& Partners [2 boats], Vosper Ltd. [2 boats], Harold H. Dawes [2 boats], Wi lliam Osborne [3 boats], and J. James & Co. Half-deced Boats and Dinghies designed by Tom Thornycroft, C.E. Nicholson, Robert N. Stone, Kenneth M. Gibbs [3 boats], Bevil Warington Smyth, Jack Holt, and Arthur C. Robb. A.B. Watts on Wire Rope. E. Wigzell on Cordage. Frank Eyre on Books for the Crew-to-be. Hiscock on Books of the Year reviewed. Francis P. Usborne on The Yacht Racing Association. Hiscock's "Fair Winds Both Ways". With ads at rear. Two chunks of advertisement leaves torn away, light sunning to head of spine, else very good in chipped dustjacket, with gift bookplate from the shop of Nova Scotian marine photographer W.R. MacAskill. 80.00

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182 Historic Sites Advisory Council Province of Nova Scotia, Report of Historic Sites Advisory Council For the year ending March 31, 1959
Queen's Printer, Halifax, 1959, 
(Historic Sites Advisory Council). Province of Nova Scotia, Report of Historic Sites Advisory Council For the year ending March 31, 1959. Halifax, N.S.: Queen's Printer, 1959. Pp [1]-27,(1). 8vo, red printed stapled card covers. Contents : Historic Mira Gut; Memorial to Hon. James MacDonald; HalifaxGarrison Chapel; Writer Assistance; Point Pleasant Park; Lord Ochiltree; Y armouth Marine Museum; The “King” Seaman House; Masstown and Bible Hill Markers; The Miller House; Other Letters; Nova Scotia in “World Book”; The Cabot Bust; Historic Quizz in Yarmouth; Louisbourg Celebration; The Collins House; Church Paintings; Nova Scotia Publicity. Name, else very good, with perforated postcard order form tipped in. 22.00

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183 Historic Sites Advisory Council Province of Nova Scotia, Report of Historic Sites Advisory Council For the year ending March 31, 1959
Queen's Printer, Halifax, 1959, 
(Historic Sites Advisory Council). Province of Nova Scotia, Report of Historic Sites Advisory Council For the year ending March 31, 1959. Halifax, N.S.: Queen's Printer, 1959. Pp [1]-27,(1). 8vo, red printed stapled card covers. Contents : Historic Mira Gut; Memorial to Hon. James MacDonald; HalifaxGarrison Chapel; Writer Assistance; Point Pleasant Park; Lord Ochiltree; Y armouth Marine Museum; The “King” Seaman House; Masstown and Bible Hill Markers; The Miller House; Other Letters; Nova Scotia in “World Book”; The Cabot Bust; Historic Quizz in Yarmouth; Louisbourg Celebration; The Collins House; Church Paintings; Nova Scotia Publicity. A fine copy. 25.00

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184 HOLLAND, Clive. RANDALL, Maurice. From the North Foreland to Penzance. First Edition
Chatto & Windus, London, 1908, 
HOLLAND, Clive. From the North Foreland to Penzance. Illustrated by MauriceRandall. London : Chatto & Windus / New York : Duffield & Company, 1908. F irst Edition. Pp (8),,ix-xvi,1-334,(2) + colour frontispiece + 29 colour plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering front and spine, gilt decoration to front, top edge gilt. "In the following pages, dealing with themost important or picturesque of the harbours and seaports of the South Co ast from the North Foreland to Penzance, no attempt has been made either togive 'guide book information'...or to afford technical sailing directions, soundings, or nautical information....Rather has it been the object of the author to deal with the picturesque side of the various places described, and to give something of their story and romance, both past and present." -from the Preface. Chapters : 1. The North Foreland - Ramsgate - Deal - Dover - Hythe and some other Cinque Ports [including "A Smugling Yarn", Rye, Winchelsea]; 2. Newhaven - Shoreham - Littlehampton [including Hastings Smugglers, Beachy Head, Seaford, Brighton, Charles II]; 3. Portsmouth - Ryde - Cowes - Yarmouth [including "Cowes and its Shipbuilding", "The Royal Yacht Squadron"]; 4. Southampton - Beualieu River - Lymington [including "Hythe and its Folk", St. Leonards, Buckler's Hard]; 5. Poole - Swanage - Weymouth -Portland; 6. Bridport - Lyme Regis - Axmouth - Teignmouth [including Sidmo uth]]; 7. The Coast to Teignmouth - Torquay - Brixham [including "Napoleon at Torbay", "Brixham and the Armada"]; 8. Dartmouth - Kingsbridge - Plymouth and the Sound [including Ancient Totnes, "Down the Dart", "Froude at Salcombe" "The English Fire-Ships", "Plymouth and the Mayflower", Devonport andSt Germans]; 9. St. Looe - polperro - Fovey - Mevagissey and some Coves [i ncluding "Looe and its Privateers", "The Fear of 'Boney'", Coastguards and Smugglers, "The Dutch Attack Fowey"]; 10. Falmouth - Gerrans - St. Mawes - Penzance [including "Lady Jane Killigrew, Pirate", Pendennis Castle, The Falmouth Packets, St. Michael's Mount]. Slight wear and very slight spotting to cover, else very good. 65.00

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185 HOWE, Joseph, Major Joseph Plimsoll EDWARDS, Harry PIERS, et al. EDWARDS, Joseph Plimsoll, Major PIERS, Harry LYNCH, Peter Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society Volume 17
Nova Scotia Historical Society / Wm. MacNab and Son, Halifax, 1913, 
(HOWE, Joseph, Major Joseph Plimsoll EDWARDS, Harry PIERS, et al.). Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume XVII . Halifax: Wm. Macnab and Son / Nova Scotia Historical Society, 1913. Pp. [i]-xx,(4),[1]-225,(1), + 47 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, grey printed paper covered boards.Contents: Hon. Sir Charles J. Townsend's "Memoir of the Life of the Honour able William Blowers Bliss" (23-46), James D. Ritchie's "Notes on Thomas Williams of Annapolis Royal" (47-50), Moses H. Nickerson's "A Short Note on the Yarmouth 'Runic Stone'" (51-52), Harry Piers's "Remarks on the Fletcher and Related Stones of Yarmouth, NS" (53-56), Major Joseph Plimsoll Edwards's "The Militia of Nova Scotia, 1749-1867" (63-110), Peter Lynch's "Early Reminiscences of Halifax" (111-150), George Mullane's "A Sketch of Lawrence O'Connor Doyle, a Member of the House of Assembly in the Thirties and Forties" (151-196), Joseph Howe's "Notes on Several Governors and Their Influence" (197-198), Rev. E.M. Saunders's "Statement Relative to the Introduction and History of Responsible Government in Nova Scotia" (199-202). With index and appendices. "Nibbled chip" to fore-edge of rear board, with nibbling affecting the fore-edge of the final thirty pages (not affecting text), spinechipped with several vertical splits, name, else vg. 100.00

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186 HOWELL, Colin and Richard J. TWOMEY, eds. TWOMEY, Richard J. BURTON, Valerie MUISE, Del Jack Tar in History : Essays in the History of Maritime Life and Labour
Acadiensis, 1991, ISBN:091910732x 
HOWELL, Colin and Richard J. TWOMEY, eds. Jack Tar in History : Essays in the History of Maritime Life and Labour. Fredericton : Acadiensis Press, 1991. Pp (6),[7]-275,(1). 8vo, blue trade paperback. Includes : Peter Linebaugh and Marcus Rediker's "The Many Headed Hydra: Sailors, Slaves and the Atlantic Working Class in the Eighteenth Century"; Julius S. Scott's "Afro-American Sailors and the International Communication Network: The Case of Newport Bowers"; Nicholas Rogers' "Liberty Road: Opposition to Impressment in Britain during the American War of Independence"; Joseph P. Moore III's "'TheGreatest Enormity that Prevails': Direct Democracy and Workers' Self-Manag ement in the British Naval Mutinies of 1797"; Sean Cadigan's "Seamen, Fishermen and the Law: The Role of the Wages and Lien System in the Decline of Wage Labour in the Newfoundland Fishery"; Diane Dugaw's "'Wild Beasts' and 'Excellent Friends': Gender, Class and the Female Warrior, 1750-1830"; Margaret S. Creighton's "American Mariners and the Rites of Manhood, 1830-1870";Lisa Norling's "The Sentimentalization of American Seafaring: The Case of the New England Whalefishery, 1790-1870"; Valerie Burton's "The Myth of Bachelor Jack: Masculinity, Patriarchy and Seafaring Labour"; James Pritchard's "The Sailors of the french Expeditionary Force to Acadia, 1746"; Ira Dye's "Physical and Social Profiles of Early American Seafarers, 1812-1815"; Eric Sager's "Memory, Oral History and Seafaring Labour in Canada's Age of Steam"; Del Muise's "'Iron Men?': Yarmouth's Seagoing Workforce in Transition, 1871-1921". Afterword by Gregory S. Kealey. Faint spine creasing, else very good. 25.00

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187 HUBBARD, Dexter Young Privateersmen
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1980, 
HUBBARD, Dexter. The Young Privateersmen. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1980). Pp [1]-45,(3). 8vo, card covers. Laugher p.253. The author was born on afarm in South Ohio, Yarmouth County, N.S. This is a juvenile story about t wo young stowaways from Liverpool, Nova Scotia set in 1801. Vg. 8.00

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188 INGLIS, Bud. Backwoods Cabins of Nova Scotia. Third Printing.
Lancelot , Hantsport, Nova Scotia, 1992, ISBN:088999417x 
INGLIS, Bud. Backwoods Cabins of Nova Scotia. Text and Illustrations by BudInglis. Hantsport, N.S. : Lancelot Press, (December 1992). Third Printing. Pp [1]-157,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale green card covers with white spine. Contents: Part One: Western Nova Scotia: 1. Lunenburg County: Cabin on Coolen Lake, Lonesome Pine Inn, Cabin on Bad Lake, Cabin near Veinot Lake, The Turners' Cabin, Doc Smith Camp, Peter Jack's Lodge; 2. Queens County: RA-PE Island Inn, Cabin near Broad River; 3. Shelburne County: BearDen Lodge, Richard Burrill's Cabin; 4. Yarmouth County: Lovitts' Camp; 5. Digby County: Granddaddy, Log Cabin, Bear's Tooth, Tent Rock; 6. Annapolis County: Back of Beyond, Patrol Cabin; 7. Kings County: Cabin off the Aylesford Road. Part Two: The Eastern Mainland: 8. Cumberland County: Harold Hatfield's Cabin, Cabin on Second River; 9. Colchester County: Cabin on Bass River, Matthews' Camp; 10. Pictou County: Line Shack, Eden; 11. Antigonish County: Cabin on Brown's Mountain; 12. Guysborough County: Cabin on Ecum Secum Lake, Frank Fleet's Cabin, Reef Island Lodge, Shanty at Snow's Pool, CampDor-Lock, Cooee Coffre; 13. Halifax County: Cabin on Skinner Lake, Pearson s' Cabin, Beauna Vista, Tom's Camp, Jewers' Cabin, Cabin near Lake No Good,MacCarthy's Retreat, Long-Low, The Sieniewiczes' Cabin, Cabin on Old Lake, Cabin on the Quoddy River; 14. Hants County: Horne Lake Camp, The Horne Fi shing Camp. Part Three: Cape Breton Island: 15. Inverness County: Simon Aucoin's Cabin; 16. Victoria County: Kenny George MacLeod's Cabin; 17. Cape Breton County: Cabin on Curry Lake; 18. Richmond County: Cabin on North Lake,A Trappers' Cabin. A very good, clean, tidy copy. Uncommon. Due to its sma ll size, shipping charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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189 JACKSON, Elva E. JACKSON, Frank E.) Fivescore and More : As told to her by her father, Frank E. Jackson.
Sentinel Printing Ltd., Yarmouth, NS, 1987, ISBN:0969276702 
JACKSON, Elva E. Fivescore and More. As told to her by her father, Frank E.Jackson. Yarmouth, NS: Sentinel Printing Ltd., (1987). First Edition. Pp. [1]-125,(3), including a 14-page central photo-section. Illustrated. 8vo, photo-illustrated green card covers, lettered in white. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3723. A look at a life and small business and pasttimes in Sydney, Cape Breton. "Frank E. Jackson, who narrowly escaped death by diptheria in 1887, grew up at Upper North Sydney on the farm of his father who had a meat and grocery business in town. From the age of six on Saturdays hew drove a horse and wagon for house-to-house delivery. Nere is a picture of a business before there was a railway in Cape Breton. There is a description of someof the almost-forgotten industries in the area and the slow pace of life o f that day. A harvest excursion in 1903 is vividly remembered, as are the horse and buggy days before he bought the first Chevrolet in toqn. As Collector of Customs in North Sydney through the Prohibition era, and the custodian of all the contraband seized by Customs Preventive Officers and Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he has a fund of stories. It is a rare prviliege to see life of the past one hundred years through the eyes of one, in his hundred and third year, who still retains a keen memory." - from rear cover. Chapters : 1. First Memories; 2. Father's Store; 3. Father and Poor People'; 4. Maggie Bouthilier; 5. At Home in the 1890s; 6. School Days; 7. At Upper North Sydney and Around Town; 8. Grandmother Moore's Farm [at George's River]; 9. Early Trips; 10. A Harvest Excursion [to Carman, Manitoba]; 11. Manitoba Again; 12. Marriage, Homes and Family; 13. Poultry; 14. Customs and Excise - Department of Natiuonal Revenue; 15. First Cars; 16. Radio; 17. Curling; 18. Fishing; 19. Hunting; 20. My Family; 21. Since 1950. Gift inscription, lightly rubbed, else very good. 40.00

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190 JAMES, William JERVIS, John Old Oak: The Life of John Jervis, Earl of St. Vincent. First Edition
Longmans, Green, 1950, 
JAMES, William, Admiral Sir, G.C.B. Old Oak : The Life of John Jervis, Earlof St. Vincent. London : Longmans, Green, and Co., (1950). First Edition. Pp (4),v-[x],1-230 + portrait frontispiece, and illustrated with 2 leaves of plates. Maps in text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Cowie, Lord Nelson 17580-1805: A Bibliography 349; Catalogue of the Library of the National Maritime Museum, Vol 2. Biography 720. A full biography of Jervis that emphasizes his crucial role in preparing the Royal Navy for the challenges of the Napoleonic War. The author's own naval credentials give his analysis rare subtlety and insight. 1.. Early Days, 1735-1748; 2. Midshipman, 1748-1754 : H.M.S. Gloucester — Hardship — H.M.S. Sphinx; 3. Lieutenant, 1754-1758 Captain Saunders — Mediterranean Flagship — First Command, H.M.S. Experiment ; 4. Lieutenant to Captain, 1759-1763 : Quebec Expedition — Commander, H.M.S. Porcupine — With Wolfe at Quebec — H.M.S. Albany — Mutiny — Captain, H.M.S. Gosport; 5. Frigate Captain, 1769-1771: H.M.S. Alarm — Shipwreck—Royal Guest—Mediterranean Cruise; 6. Continental Tours, 1772-1775 : France — Russia — Sweden — Holland; 7. . Battleship Captain, 1775-1782 : Battleof Ushant — Keppel's Court-martial — Capture of the Pégase — Knighted; 8. Rear Admiral, 1783-1793 : M.P. Great Yarmouth — Rear-Admiral, Channel Fleet— M.P. Chipping Wycombe; 9. Combined Opertions in West Indies 1793-1795 : Martinique — St. Lucia — Guadeloupe — Loss of Guadeloupe - Appointed Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean; 10. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean 1795-1796 : Blockade of Toulon - First meeting with Nelson — Man's desertion — Compelled to evacuate Mediterranean; 11. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean, 1797: Fleet reduced by shipwreck — Tagus base — Battle of St. Vincent; 12. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean, 1797 : Blockade of Cadiz — Establishing discipline — Mutiny — Inshore squadron — Mutiny — Santa Cruz expedition 13. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean, 1798-1799 : Blockade of Cadiz — Nelson to Mediterranean — Mutiny — Battle of the Nile — Capture of Minorca — Fleet re-enters Mediterranean; 14. Commander-in-Chief, Channel Fleet, 1800-1801: Blockade of Brest — Restoring discipline — Coastal operations; 15. First Lord, 1801-1802 : Baltic campaign — Copenhagen — Patronage — Anti-invasion plans; 16. First Lord, 1802-1804 : Naval Abuses Bill — Opposition in Parliament— Personal attacks — Preparing for war — Renewal of war; 17. Commander-in- Chief, Channel Fleet, 1806-1807: Blockade of Brest — Restoring discipline —Ambassador to Portugal; 18. Last Years, 1807-1823. With index. Very good. 60.00

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191 JAMES, William JERVIS, John Old Oak: The Life of John Jervis, Earl of St. Vincent. First Edition
Longmans, Green, 1950, 
JAMES, William, Admiral Sir, G.C.B. Old Oak : The Life of John Jervis, Earlof St. Vincent. London : Longmans, Green, and Co., (1950). First Edition. Pp (4),v-[x],1-230 + portrait frontispiece, and illustrated with 2 leaves of plates. Maps in text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Cowie, Lord Nelson 17580-1805: A Bibliography 349; Catalogue of the Library of the National Maritime Museum, Vol 2. Biography 720. A full biography of Jervis that emphasizes his crucial role in preparing the Royal Navy for the challenges of the Napoleonic War. The author's own naval credentials give his analysis rare subtlety and insight. 1.. Early Days, 1735-1748; 2. Midshipman, 1748-1754 : H.M.S. Gloucester — Hardship — H.M.S. Sphinx; 3. Lieutenant, 1754-1758 Captain Saunders — Mediterranean Flagship — First Command, H.M.S. Experiment ; 4. Lieutenant to Captain, 1759-1763 : Quebec Expedition — Commander, H.M.S. Porcupine — With Wolfe at Quebec — H.M.S. Albany — Mutiny — Captain, H.M.S. Gosport; 5. Frigate Captain, 1769-1771: H.M.S. Alarm — Shipwreck—Royal Guest—Mediterranean Cruise; 6. Continental Tours, 1772-1775 : France — Russia — Sweden — Holland; 7. . Battleship Captain, 1775-1782 : Battleof Ushant — Keppel's Court-martial — Capture of the Pégase — Knighted; 8. Rear Admiral, 1783-1793 : M.P. Great Yarmouth — Rear-Admiral, Channel Fleet— M.P. Chipping Wycombe; 9. Combined Opertions in West Indies 1793-1795 : Martinique — St. Lucia — Guadeloupe — Loss of Guadeloupe - Appointed Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean; 10. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean 1795-1796 : Blockade of Toulon - First meeting with Nelson — Man's desertion — Compelled to evacuate Mediterranean; 11. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean, 1797: Fleet reduced by shipwreck — Tagus base — Battle of St. Vincent; 12. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean, 1797 : Blockade of Cadiz — Establishing discipline — Mutiny — Inshore squadron — Mutiny — Santa Cruz expedition 13. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean, 1798-1799 : Blockade of Cadiz — Nelson to Mediterranean — Mutiny — Battle of the Nile — Capture of Minorca — Fleet re-enters Mediterranean; 14. Commander-in-Chief, Channel Fleet, 1800-1801: Blockade of Brest — Restoring discipline — Coastal operations; 15. First Lord, 1801-1802 : Baltic campaign — Copenhagen — Patronage — Anti-invasion plans; 16. First Lord, 1802-1804 : Naval Abuses Bill — Opposition in Parliament— Personal attacks — Preparing for war — Renewal of war; 17. Commander-in- Chief, Channel Fleet, 1806-1807: Blockade of Brest — Restoring discipline —Ambassador to Portugal; 18. Last Years, 1807-1823. With index. Wear to clo th, some foxing to early pages, and edges, else very good. 30.00

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192 Jebogue, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia SCOTT, Jonathan TRASK, Stuart and Gwen Gulou TOMKINS, Frederick Records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 1766-1851.
Stoneycroft Publishing, Yarmouth, N.S., 1992, ISBN:0969191375 
(Jebogue, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia). The Records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 1766-1851. Yarmouth, N.S. : Stoneycroft Publishing, (1992). Pp (6),[vii]-xvii,(3),3-284,(2). Some illustrations in the text. Index. 8vo, mustard card covers with dark brown cursive lettering to front & spine; with lighter shaded illustrated dustjacket. Prepared by Stuart and Gwen Gulou Trask. Foreword by Allan C. Dunlop. "The Records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia prepared from the original text (handwritten in the 1700s and early 1800s) for the use and enjoyment of the modern reader, is of particular interest to Church Historians, Sociologists, Genealogists and Planter Scholars." (from the dj). Contents : Forewordl Introduction; Scott's Title Page; Jebogue Church Records: by Jonathan Scott, byJohn Hillyard, by Abel Cutler, by John Ross, by Frederick Tompkins; Scott' s Table of Contents; Appendix: Abel Cutler's statement; Rev. Jonathan Scottitem; Remarkable Commemoration; Lexicon; Map. Very good 50.00

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193 JESSOME, Bill Stories That Haunt Us : More Terrifying Tales from the author of Maritime Mysteries. First Edition
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2004, ISBN:1551094835 
JESSOME, Bill. The Stories That Haunt Us : More Terrifying Tales from the author of 'Maritime Mysteries'. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (2004). First Edition. Pp. (4),v,(1),1-122. 8vo, black art-illustrated cardcovers. The third collection of ghostly stories and terrifying tales by the late Nova Scotian author (b. January 11, 1925, Sydney, Cape Breton (growing up in the neighbourhood of Whitney Pier) - d. December 9, 2013, Halifax). "Just when you thought it was safe to turn out the lights ... Bill Jessome returns with more terrifying tales from the Maritimes. These stories are not for the faint of heart - Jessome's accounts of murderous dolls, haunted convents,and phantom horses will leave you shaking from head to toe." - from the re ar cover. Contents: Introduction; 1. Roadside Spectres [including Laurent d'Entremont's encounter with the ghosts of old Zeke and Molly Hill, Pubnico,Nova Scotia, ]; 2. One More Haunted House [including the famous Five Fishe hermen restaurant, Argyle Street, Ha lifax; a house in Middle West Pubnico;the Gracie home, Dock Street, Shelburne, the former Sisters of Charity Con vent on Church Street, Truro; as a haunted restaurant called Eunice's, justoutside of Yarmouth, &c]; 3. The Missing [including ghosts of the Halifax Explosion (pp.59-60) &c]; 4. Seeing Things; 5. Unfinished Business [including a story from Deer Island, New Brunswick. a story from a school in SydneyMines, Cape Breton, the deaths of John and Isabelle Felsing, at the Oromoc to Flats outside Fredericton, New Brunswick; &c]; 6. You Can't Outrun a Forerunner. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaperthan quoted. 10.00

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194 KILLAM, Isaak Walton and Dorothy). HOW, Douglas HOW, Douglas KILLAM, Dorothy Canada's Mystery Man of High Finance. 1st pr
Lancelot, 1986, ISBN:088999305x 
(KILLAM, Isaak Walton and Dorothy). HOW, Douglas. Canada's Mystery Man of High Finance: The story of Isaak Walton Killam and his glittering wife Dorothy. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1986). First Printing. Pp (3),4-173,(1). 8vo, silver card covers. A record of this most philanthropic couple. He of Yarmouth, she of St.Louis, Missouri. Name, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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195 KING, W.D., Lieut.-Col. Brief History of Militia Units Established at Various Periods at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 1812-1947. Presented with the Compliments of 14th Field Regiment R.C.A.
Published by 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery,, Yarmouth, N.S., 1947, 
KING, W.D., Lieut.-Col. A Brief History of Militia Units Established at Various Periods at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 1812-1947. Presented with the Compliments of 14th Field Regiment – R.C.A. Yarmouth, N.S.: Published by 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, 1947. Pp [1]-32. Illustrated. 8vo, printed cream stapled card covers, red and blue diagonal stripe. Wear to spine ends, covers browned and rubbed, else good to very good. 60.00

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196 Ladies' Auxiliary, Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Bluenose Cookbook : Famous Yarmouth Recipes.
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 1992, ISBN:1551090287 
(Ladies' Auxiliary, Yarmouth Y.M.C.A.). Bluenose Cookbook : Famous YarmouthRecipes. (Halifax : Nimbus Publishing, 1992). Nimbus Reprint of the Fourth Edition. Pp. (4),1-191,(1). 8vo, red comb-bound, illustrated yellow card c overs. Very good to fine. 12.00

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197 LAWSON, J. Murray Appendix to the Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S. from 1876 to 1884. (Inclusive).
Yarmouth Herald, 1884, 
LAWSON, J. Murray. Appendix to the Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S.from 1876 to 1884. (Inclusive). Yarmouth, N.S.: The Herald Office, 1884. P p viii,(3),12-193. 8vo, brown pressed cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Contents: Yarmouth Shipping, 1876-1884 (pp.11-15); Corrected List of Vessels owned in the County of Yarmouth from 1822 to 1832 (pp.16-23); List of Vessels Owned in the County of Yarmouth, N.S., since 1875 (pp.24-35);The Mutiny on board the Yarmouth Ship "Lennie" (pp.38-48); The Murder of C apt. John G. Perry, on Board Ship "Peter Young," at Point Lobos, Peru (p.49); Vessels Lost Belonging to the County of Yarmouth, N.S., since 1875 (pp.52-174); Abstract of Vessels Lost (pp.175-6); Insurance paid by Yarmouth offices on Total Losses (p.177). The remainder of the books is comprised of local advertising. Edges and spine browned with some soiling, spine ends frayed, inner hinges cracked with one inch split to head of front inner hinge, foxing and occasional textual smudging, else good. 175.00

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198 LAWSON, J. Murray Appendix to the Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S. from 1876 to 1884. (Inclusive).
Yarmouth Herald, 1884, 
LAWSON, J. Murray. Appendix to the Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S.from 1876 to 1884. (Inclusive). Yarmouth, N.S.: The Herald Office, 1884. P p viii,(3),12-193. 8vo, brown pressed cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Contents: Yarmouth Shipping, 1876-1884 (pp.11-15); Corrected List of Vessels owned in the County of Yarmouth from 1822 to 1832 (pp.16-23); List of Vessels Owned in the County of Yarmouth, N.S., since 1875 (pp.24-35);The Mutiny on board the Yarmouth Ship "Lennie" (pp.38-48); The Murder of C apt. John G. Perry, on Board Ship "Peter Young," at Point Lobos, Peru (p.49); Vessels Lost Belonging to the County of Yarmouth, N.S., since 1875 (pp.52-174); Abstract of Vessels Lost (pp.175-6); Insurance paid by Yarmouth offices on Total Losses (p.177). The remainder of the books is comprised of local advertising. Spine browned, rear inner hinge cracked, some light silverfishing to outer hinges, else vg. 155.00

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199 LAWSON, J. Murray Appendix to the Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S. from 1876 to 1884. (Inclusive). as is.
Yarmouth Herald, 1884, 
LAWSON, J. Murray. Appendix to the Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S.from 1876 to 1884. (Inclusive). Yarmouth, N.S.: The Herald Office, 1884. P p viii,(3),12-193. 8vo, brown pressed cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Contents: Yarmouth Shipping, 1876-1884 (pp.11-15); Corrected List of Vessels owned in the County of Yarmouth from 1822 to 1832 (pp.16-23); List of Vessels Owned in the County of Yarmouth, N.S., since 1875 (pp.24-35);The Mutiny on board the Yarmouth Ship "Lennie" (pp.38-48); The Murder of C apt. John G. Perry, on Board Ship "Peter Young," at Point Lobos, Peru (p.49); Vessels Lost Belonging to the County of Yarmouth, N.S., since 1875 (pp.52-174); Abstract of Vessels Lost (pp.175-6); Insurance paid by Yarmouth offices on Total Losses (p.177). The remainder of the books is comprised of local advertising. Boards creased, dampsoiled and heavily sunned, outer hinges splitting, ffep torn, else clean internally. As is. 140.00

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Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S. , LAWSON, J. Murray
200 LAWSON, J. Murray Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S.
J. & A. McMillan, 1876, 
LAWSON, J. Murray. Record of the Shipping of Yarmouth, N.S. containing A List of vessels owned in the county of Yarmouth since its settlement in 1761,chronologically arranged. Yarmouth : n.pub., 1876. (Printed by J. & A. McM illan, St.John, N.B.) Pp (4),[v]-xi,(1),[13]-299,+ errata slip. 8vo, marooncloth. Covers very worn and slightly stained, outer hinges cracked, inner hinges broken, lacking front free endpaper, light foxing/smudging, pencilled notes, else vg. 250.00

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