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181 GOLDBERG, Mark H. American Merchant Marine History Series, volume 2 Caviar & Cargo : The C3 Passenger Ships. pbk.
American Merchant Marine Museum Foundation, Kings Point, NY, 1992, ISBN:1879180017 
GOLDBERG, Mark H. "Caviar & Cargo" : The C3 Passenger Ships. Kings Point, NY: American Merchant Marine Museum Foundation, 1992. Pp. (1),ii-v,(1),1-395,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Volume 2 in The American Merchant Marine History Series. A thorough survey of the use of the general purpose C3 series of passenger liners and cargo vessels. Many of these vessels became part of the merchant navy during the Second World War, serving as troop transports and convoy escort ships. Contents: 1. Introduction: Welcome Aboard the C3 Type Passenger Ships; 2. The Delta Line C3 P Combliliners; 3. Seven American President Lines C3 P Type Combiliners; 4. Moore McCormack Lines-- The Rio Hudson Class; 5. African Comet, African Meteor andAfrican Planet; 6. The United States Lines/American Merchant Line C3 P Pro ject; 7. African Endeavor and African Enterprise; 8. American Export Lines-- The Second Four "Aces"; 9. Delta Line-- The Last Coffee Liners; 10. The Troop Transports Frederick Funston and James O'Hara; 11. C3 Hulls for the Argentine Passenger Fleet; 12. The Seven Seas and Anna Salen; 13. The Lauro Liners Roma and Sydney; 14. The Sitmar Liners Fairsea and Fairsky. Vg. 40.00

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182 GRAHAM, Ernest G.C. Mills, Hills and Early Settlers of Springfield Parish, Kings Co., N. B.
Print'N Press Ltd, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 1982, 
GRAHAM, Ernest G.C. Mills, Hills and Early Settlers of Springfield Parish, Kings Co., N. B. No place : no pub., n.d. [1982]. First Edition. "Printed by Print'N Press Ltd., St. Stephen, N.B." 1976. Pp i-viii,1-103,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, stapled illustrated tan cardcovers. Chapters : 1. Mills; 2. Hills; 3. Bull Moose Hills; 4. Back Bull Moose Hill, Range 3; 5. Where I Live -and Data. With the 1963 poem "Where I Live" by Alan C. Reidpath of Rexton. Pp 89- 103 contain genealogical data on the follwing families : Adams, Cra wford, Cromwell, Dibblee, Mullin, Perkins / Purkins, Raymond, Spragg, Vail / Vale / Veale / Veal. Penned name and 1984 date on title page, else very good. 45.00

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183 GRAVES, J. R. Great Iron Wheel; or, Republicanism Backwards and Christianity Reversed in a Series of Letters Addressed to J. Soule, Senior Bishop of the M. E. Church, South. Twenty-Fifth Edition
Graves, Marks and Company / Sheldon, Blakeman & Co., Nashville / New York, 1858, 
GRAVES, J. R. The Great Iron Wheel; or, Republicanism Backwards and Christianity Reversed in a Series of Letters Addressed to J. Soule, Senior Bishop of the M. E. Church, South. Twenty-Fifth Edition. Nashville : Graves, Marksand Company / New York : Sheldon, Blakeman & Co., 1858. Pp (6),[v]-xii,[11 ]-570,(2,ads),(2), frontispiece portrait. 8vo, pressed brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Introductory Letter/ Letter II. Methodism cannot justly be called a Church of Christ, because too young by 1747 years — it being only 63 years old. Letter IIL. The system of Methodism cannot justly claim to be a Church of Christ, because of human origin — an invention ofmen. Letter IV. An important principle— the Church of Christ is of Divine origin— founded by Christ in the days of the Caisars —Methodism, by John Wesley in the days of George III. Letter V. Christ forbade his disciples to teach the observance of anything he had not taught them — Admission of Dr. Bangs — Methodism a human invention ; proved by Bishop Soule's own words, byWesley and Methodist writers generally — is the granddaughter of Rome — th e grandchild of the " Man of Sin," and Son of perdition ! the Churches of Christ cannot fellowship it, or receive any of its acts. Letter VI. Methodism an accident— The first chapter of the Discipline revised— Its statements at variance with facts— Methodists who trust to it are deceived — Mr. Wesley was opposed to Episcopacy— Did not believe in three Orders. Letter VII. The first Chapter of the Discipline wholly untrue— Methodists are Deceived who believe it — Methodist History and John Wesley against it — John Wesley did not believe an Episcopal Bishop a Scriptural Order in the Ministry— He himself would prefer to be called a knave, rascal, or scoundrel, than Bishop— The direct Testimony of Bishop Bascom, D D. Letter VIII. Methodism as itwas— Its origin and design to study the Classics- Methodism without either Altar or Divinity — Its members and preachers all Unconverted— Wesley's Co nviction and Conversion— His Ex-perience— A serious question : Who maybe said to be the originator and instigator of the works and devices of wicked men ? Letter IX.— Methodism in Geor^a in 1736— .John and Charles Wesley sailfor Georgia to convert the Indians, and to plant Mcthovlism in America — T rouble on shipboard— Immersion of Mary "Welch— Mr. W.'s admission — DiflScnlty on land— Mrs. Parker's clilld— Mr. Wesley charged by Ids brother of being quarrelsome— Trouble with a lady — Mr. Wesley a rejected lover — Uis revenge — Is apprehended, tried, and condemned — Flees from justice, and leaves Savannah by night— Seeks the sea-coast, and sails for England. Letter X. Methodism not necessarily a Christian Society- May be composed of sinners alone, preachers and members, as at first — Ca[»t. Foy tho inventor of Class-Meetings, Class-Leaders, and Stewards — A Catechetical Review of the factsof this letter. Letter XI. "Methodism as it is"— Introduction. Letter XII. Methodism began in America by a woman — Mr. Wesley falsely charged with fo rming an Episcopal Church, and ordaining Coke a Bbhop — Methodist Episcopacy originated by fraud and forgery— Methodists know not whetherBishops are Bishops or Elders — Divided among themselves. Letter XIII. Methodism claims for Mr. Lesley, and for its Bishops, the "divme right of kings"'- That Mr. Wesley founded the Methodist Church in America, and the Bishops rule it, bythe "special grace of Gcd"' — Methodism still holds and teaches the Popish doctrine of Order and Succession ! Letter XIV. The politics of Methodism. Letter XV. Methodism a Great Iron Wheel— a Clerical Despotism — and yet American Christians tolerate and support it. Letter XVI. Methodism the Popery of Protestantism— as absolute and all-controlling as Jesuitism— Papal Bishops. Letter XVII. A Methodist Bishop the Pope of Protestantism— His overwhelming despotic powers. Letter XVIII. Methodist Presiding Elders— Sub-Bishops— Their irresponsible and oppressive Powers. Letter XIX. The Travelling Preacher— the allegiance required— The duties imposed— The servants of servants — Yet in their turns allow ed to exercise great authority over the rightsof the laity— The class-leaders and 4th wheel, or stirrers — Stewards — An important question, "Do not the clergy, the rulers of Methodism, belong to a (church by themselves, the Annual Conferences, or Preacher's Church, int o which no layman can enter — a Church within a Church. Letter XX. Local Preachers— What they forfeit in locating— Strong considerations to keep them in saddle— They are degraded— Tho petty oppression to which they subject themselves — Loss of influence. Letter XXI. The Roman Catholic features— The doctrine of the Power of the " Keys" held by the Methodist Clergy in commonwith the Pope The Divine right to govern held by the Methodists in common with the Pope and Priests of Rome- Methodist Ministers claim the power to admit into, and exclude from their societies, whomsoever they please, and the Discipline grants them the power. Letter XXIL The principle of the "Key Power' still further examined— It involves the Romish Dogma of Apostolic Succession and Infallibility — All Protestant Church Polities are administeredin accordance with this Doctrine — Protestants cannot successfully combat the Papacy. Letter XXIII. The influence of power and rank upon Ministers ofthe Gospel is pernicious — Promotes ambition, &c. Letter XXIV. The Episcop acy and the People- Dedicated to American Methodists— The Principles of legitimate Governments— Man's inalienable Rights— They cannot be conceded or alienated without Sin — They cannot be usurped without Impiety— What is a Tyranny and a Despotism, according to Bishop Bascom ? — Methodism proven to be a Tyranny, a clerical Despotism, Anti- American in its Genius and Tendency— Republicanism back- wards — A New Definition of Methodism, and an Illustration. Letter XXV. Is Methodism Republican ? Part II. Letter XXVI. The peculiar Doctrines and Usages of Methodism— "A Oalvinistic Creed, a Popish Liturgy, and an Arminian Clergy," Leter XXVII. The riscipline— Its Popish Liturgy— Its Marriage Service borrowed from the Romish Church — The Mummeries of Rome Protestant- ized. Letter XXVIII. The Popish features of the Discipline— Unscriptural terms of admission— The Societies used as drag-nets to sweep the world into the Methodist Church. Letter XXIX. Seekership — Its unscripturalness — Its pernicious tendency — ^The testimony of a Presbyterian. Letter XXX. Inconsistencies — Admitting acknowledged sinners Into the Church, and debarring for six mouths an acknowledged Christian from entering! — Giving baptism by force to non-believing children and unconscious infants, and refusing baptism to the professed Christian for six months ! Letter XXXI. The Class-meeting law— An essential feature of Methodism — ^Exclusion thepenalty for its violation — Is confessedly a commandment of men— To submit to it is to obey and serve men. Letter XXXII. Band-meetings— Virtually con fessionals— Sinfal thongbts must be confessed to tbo Preacher— Their tendency — Tlie opinions of Presbyterian. Letter XXXIII. The Proselyting featuresof Methodism— The Influence of the Class-leader — Aid. patronage, and suff rage offered to all who will either join or "groan" — A popish feature, &c.— How Presbyterians regasd it. Letter XXXIV. Baptism— Methodists have two distinct " baptisms," one for infants an* one for adults — A distinct and different office for each — A distinct and altogether different design for each — The regeneration of infants In baptism in all cases, plainly taught in the Discipline and standard works of the Book Concern. Letter XXXV. AdultBaptism distinct from infant— Its design, with the exception — No faith re quired of the adult, save that required by the Romish Church — And no profession of regeneration as a condition of baptism — Regeneration ordinarily the same with baptism. Letter XXXVI. Infant baptism in a New Light— Tried bythe Creed, the Catechism, and the Ritual, and condemned by the word of God — Thirty tmtruths taught in the baptism of one infant. Letter XXXVII. The action of baptism— The Discipline acknowledges immersion as a scriptural act of baptism — It is so admitted in the older standard works published by the Methodist "Book Concern" — Mr. Wesley admits immersion to have been the primitive action in his Journal, in his Notes on N. T.— Adam Clark — Benson— And yet it is pronounced an unecriptural and indecent action in other works published by the Book Concern, and by the whole Methodist press in the South — Admissions of two Presbyterians, two Catholics, and two Episcopalians. Letter XXXVIII.— The Methodist terms of communion— None so close, or so unscripturally close — They invert the ordinances and violate the divine order— The Discipline forbids Methodist preachers to invite members of other denominations — All who commune with Methodists must not only believe, but dress like them — Close communion in marrying — In trading, in Sabbath-Schools, in Singing-Schools, and "Tune Books" — Baptist communion not close — The testimony of Mr, Hibbard, Mr. Griflfin. Letter XXXIX.— The " Calvinism" of the Creed and the Arminianism of the Clergy— The "Articles of Religion" Calvinistic— They preclude the Idea of the ultimate apostasy of the believer— The ground of Justification examined — The Scriptural argument — The Methodist Clergy preach against their own creed, as well as teachings of Holy Scripture — Revival and Camp-meeting excitements — The I octrine of Apostasy made necessary — The tendency of such teaching and doctrine is to make infidels. Letter XL. Primitive Church Constitution— Republicanism and Christianity Direct. Cloth rubbed, corners bumped, tears to spine ends, lacking front free endpaper, some foxing, a few short tears to fore-edge, else very good. 70.00

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184 GREGG, Milton F. Address of Hon. Milton F. Gregg, V.C., Minister of Veterans Affairs, to Twelfth Dominion Convention, Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Saskatoon, Sask. May 24th, 1948.
1948, 
GREGG, Milton F. Address of Hon. Milton F. Gregg, V.C., Minister of Veterans Affairs, to Twelfth Dominion Convention, Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Saskatoon, Sask. May 24th, 1948. N.pl.: (Published by authority and with the compliments of the Hon. Milton F. Gregg, V.C., Minister of Veterans Affairs, 1948). Pp [1]-16. Small 8vo, blue printed stapled card covers. Milton FowlerGregg (1892 – 1978) was a Canadian officer, and recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest Commonwealth award for gallantry "in the face of the enemy", during the First World War. In later life, he was a Member of the Canadian Parliament, cabinet minister, academic, soldier, diplomat. He was bornin Mountain Dale, Kings County, New Brunswick. Very good. 25.00

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185 GRENFELL, Wilfred Romance of Labrador. 2nd UK
London, 1934, 
GRENFELL, Sir Wilfred. The Romance of Labrador. Illustrations by D.Ross. London : Hodder & Stoughton Limited, (December) 1934. Second Printing. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-306, frontis.+ 30 p. photos. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt decoration to front, gilt lettering to front and spine. O'Dea 2128. Contents: 1. The Pageant of the Rocks; 2. The Pageant of the Indians; 3. The Pageant of the Eskimo; 4. The Pageant of the Vikings; 5. The Pageant of the Big Four [Columbus, Cabot, Cortereal and Cartier]; 6. The Pageant of the French; 7. The Pageant of the English Occupation; 8. The Pageant of the Unitas Fratrum; 9. The Undersea Pageant; 10. The Pageant of the Three Kings; 11. The Pageant ofthe Soul; 12. The Pageant of the Animas; 13. The Pageant of the Air; 14. T he Pageant of Forty Years and After. Fraying to top edge, outer hinges worn, dampstain to bottom half of spine and inner gutter, bookplate, else good.40.00

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186 GUSTAFSON, Ralph Ixion's Wheel. First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1969, 
GUSTAFSON, Ralph. Ixion's Wheel. Toronto / Montreal : McClelland and Stewart, (1969). First Edition. Pp (12),13-128. 8vo, pink & orange decorated paper-covered boards, black cloth spine, lettered in gilt. Spadoni & Donnelly 2100. Design by Don Fernley. Ralph Barker Gustafson (b. August 16, 1909, Lime Ridge, Quebec - d. May 29, 1995, North Hatley, Quebec), Canadian poet, anthologist, and university professor. "With Ixion's Wheel, Ralph Gustafson emerges as a world traveller of zest and irony. He responds to life and to great art with an immense range of sympathy and response. Gustafson is an ironist, investigator, lover, is moved by both the massive and the miniscule.Travelling through the Rocky Mountains, Egypt, Greece, the poet is attract ed by petroglyphs, mummies, and Aphrodite. Passing through Dachau, he mourns man's inhumanity to man. Coming upon Franz Liszt's piano, he comes to terms with death itself. But comedy is never far away. [...]" from the dj. Thepoems are arranged by year. First Year : "Into the Tonquin Valley", "On th e Columbia Icefield", "In the Valley of the Ten Peaks", "Contrary to the Grandeur of God", "At Moraine Lake", "At Takkakaw Falls", "The Walk in Yoho Valley", "On Yoho Pass", "In the Valley ot Wenkchemna", "The Trail under Mount Michael", "The Single Delight", "On the Flanks of Carnarvon", "Lake Hamilton", "On Mountain Summit", "On Mount Revelstoke", "Over toward Mystery Lake", "On the Yukon Run", "In the Yukon". Second Year : "A Choice of Sculpture: Notre Dame, Paris", "At the Matterhorn", "Piazza della Repubblica: Milano", "On the Top of Milan Cathedral", "Santa Maria Novella: Firenze", "Michelangelo Looks Up Not Sleeping:: the Duomo Workyard, Florence", "Gall Placidia, Empress of the West, Builds her Tomb: Ravenna ", "The Horses of Saint Mark", "The Mori: Venezia", "Last Judgement: The Westwall Mosaics, Torcello", "Orgelkonzert im Stephansdom: I9 Uhr", "The Passage: Göta Kanal", "The Swans of Vadstena", "Vreta Kloster", "Sankt Goransmonumentet : Stockholm", "Sunday Queue: Tower of London", "Gift Reader and Adviser: Tottenham Court Road", "At Will Shakespeare's Grave", "Marble Fragment: British Museum", "OnComing on a Chapter-head Memento Mori of William Blake in the British Muse um Print Room". Third Year : "The Mosaics, Kariye Djami: Istanbul", "Couperin-Le-Grand in Turkey", "On the Heresy - Akhnaten: Cairo Museum", "Alexander in Egypt: Luxor", "On the Diadem of Princess Khnoumit: Cairo Museum", "The Valley of Kings", "At Sounion", "At Mykenai", "On the Bull-Leapers' Fresco: Knossos", "Out of Crete", "At Delos", "The Histiaean Poseidon: Athens", "Agamemnon's Mask: Archeological Museum, Athens", "A Conviction: Not far off Salamis", "At a Performance of Euripides' The Trojan Women: Epidaurus", "Aesthetics at Delphi", "The Philosophy of the Parthenon", "At the Trevi Fountain: Rome", "Franz Liszt: Tivoli", "Assisi", "Casa Guidi: Firenze", "Virgin with Child and Saints, Botticelli: Ufizzi Gallery", "At the Pinakothek Ruins: Munich", "From the Train Window: Dachau", "At Franz Liszt's Grave", "Franz Liszt's Dummy Piano: Bayreuth", "On a Small Etruscan Bronze", "At Will's Grave Again", "The Resurrection of the Body: Morning Prayer, Westminster Abbey", "Footnote to Giacometti", "Among the Elgin Marbles". Fourth Year : "Large Canvas: Rijksmuseum", "La Chute d'Icare", "The Vieux Marché: Rouen", "Tapestry Piece: Bayeux", "Mont Saint-Michel", "In the Apartments at Langeais", "Above the Aletsch Glacier", "Am Bachsee, with Thoughts of Vietnam", "Kandinsky: Improvisation No. 26", "Churchyard near Treuchtlingen", "Kammer Konzert, Neue Schloss, Bayreuth", "The Parthenon in Moonlight", "Agamemnon's Palace at Mykenai", "At the Odeum of Herodes Atticus: Athens", "Old Lady Seen Briefly at Patras", "Late Evening: Sounion", "Message on a Shard, 6th Century B.C.: Stoa, Athens", "Interior, St. Mark's, Venice: Assumption Day", "In the Vatican Museum", "For the Third Time (with My Love) Some Doggerel for Will", "To Will Shakespeare, Gent.", and "Postscript". Name, else very good in rubbed, lightly soiled & edgeworn but unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

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187 GUTHEIM, Frederick Rivers of America 40 Potomac. Revised Edition in dustjacket. : The dramatic story of Washington's river -- and the people who lived and worked on its banks -- from the days of the Indians to the present. Revised Edition in dustjacket
Grosset and Dunlap, New York, 1968, 
GUTHEIM, Frederick. The Potomac. [dustjacket front adds: The dramatic storyof Washington's river -- and the people who lived and worked on its banks -- from the days of the Indians to the present]. Illustrated with woodcuts by Mitchell Jamieson and historic prints. New York : Grosset and Dunlap, (1968). Revised Edition. Pp. (8),[1]-344. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustratedgreen card covered boards in like jacket, top edge dyed an olive-green. A volume in the Illustrated Rivers of America series. Fitzgerald, The Rivers of America: A Descriptive Bibliography, P3. Chapters : 1. A Potamac Prelude; 2. The Captains and the Kings; 3. The Tidewater Frontier; 4. The Tobacco Civilization; 5. Potamac above the Falls; 6. Cradle of the Republic; 7. "Smooth Blue Horizons"; 8. The March of Industry; 9. The Potamac Route to the West; 10. The War along the Potamac; 11. The Seat of Government; 12. A Potamac Prospect. With bibliographical notes and index. Very good in lightly nicked, unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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188 Halifax) CHAMBERS, Robert deGARTHE, W.E. Official Bicentenary Guide Book of Halifax, The
1949, 
(Halifax). The Official Bicentenary Guide Book of Halifax. Prepared by The Halifax Advertising Bureau Reg'd., Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Halifax): Published by authority of The Halifax Bicentenary Committee, (1949). Pp (2),[1]-168, + 2 fldg maps (one a deGarthe map of the city; the other a colour trolley-car map) + 2 colour adverts (Scotia Graphic Ltd & Eastern Photo Engravers). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue, red, and white card covers with blank white spine. Includes a map by W.E.de Garthe and sketckes by Robert Chambers. Introduction by Leonard W. Fraser. A very thorough guide. After a thirty-page introductory history of the city, there are several subsections, including Allan R. Morton's "Halifax Hospitals and Health Facilities", a section on the "Churches of Halifax', A.E. Kerr's history of "Dalhousie University", C.M. Nicholson's "Pine Hill Divinity Hall", A. Stanley Walker's 'Historic Kings [College]", a list of places to stay in and around Halifax, A.C.Pettipas's "Historic Dartmouth", Alex Nickerson's "Through the Years with Sport", G.D. Anderson's "Travel Glimpses, Past and Present", and Capt. G.P.Elliott's "The Warden of the North". With dozens of mid-century advertisem ents. Covers rubbed with some edge-spotting, name to front, else very good.Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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189 HAMM, Eugene L. Reflections and Reactions
Owlhoot Press, Clarence, NS, 1994, 
HAMM, Eugene L. Reflections and Reactions . (Clarence, NS: Owlhoot Press, 1994). Pp. [1]-71,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers and blank spine. Acollection of poems by the Annapolis County writer. Vg. Due to its small s ize, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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190 HAMPSEY, Pat J. & Anne E. McKENNA. McKENNA, Anne E. Harbourville Connection : Exit 15 ... Heading North
2008, 
HAMPSEY, Pat J. & Anne E. McKENNA. The Harbourville Connection : Exit 15 ... Heading North. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [2008?].Pp (4),v-vii,(1),1-157,(1). Illustrated. Map. Index. 4to, illustrated white card covers, lettered in black. Contents : 1. Heading North. 2. French Cross. 3. The Settlers. 4. Harbourville's Age of Sail (pp 13-27). 5. The Neighbourhood. 6. The Center for Justice. 7. The Man from Burlington. 8. Harbourville in the Age of Tourism. 9. 'Harborville', 10. The North Mountain Railway -The Weston Branch. 11. Isle Haute. 12. Harbourville Connections. 13. The First People. Very good. 75.00

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My Real Name is Charley : Memoirs of a Grocer's Clerk.  First  Edition, HANCOCK, Glen
191 HANCOCK, Glen My Real Name is Charley : Memoirs of a Grocer's Clerk. First Edition
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, NS, 2000, ISBN:1894031369 
HANCOCK, Glen. My Real Name is Charley : Memoirs of a Grocer's Clerk. Wolfville, Nova Scotia : Gaspereau Press, (2000). First Printing. Pp. (10),11-203,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. The memoirs of a resident of Wolfville, Nova Scotia, serving as an adequate portrait of small-town Nova Scotia life in the early-to-middle twentieth century. "Like many small towns in North America, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, experienced unimaginable change in the last century. These changes were particularly dramatic for those who were born in its opening decades -- those who witnessed the transition that took place in society following the Depression and the World Wars. In this book, Wolfville native Glen Hancock revisits the town of his boyhood in an attempt to catalogue the comings and goings of the pre-war community. From planting to harvest, chruch to commerce, Hancock offers a portrait of a community worth celebrating." - from the rear cover. Very good. 12.00

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192 HANCOCK, Glen My Real Name is Charley : Memoirs of a Grocer's Clerk. Signed.
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, NS, 2000, ISBN:1894031369 
HANCOCK, Glen. My Real Name is Charley : Memoirs of a Grocer's Clerk. Wolfville, NS: Gaspereau Press, (2000). Pp. (10),11-203,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. The memoirs of a resident of Wolfville, Nova Scotia, serving as an adequateportrait of small-town Nova Scotia life in the early-to-middle twentieth c entury. "Like many small towns in North America, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, experienced unimaginable change in the last century. These changes were particularly dramatic for those who were born in its opening decades -- those who witnessed the transition that took place in society following the Depression and the World Wars. In this book, Wolfville native Glen Hancock revisits the town of his boyhood in an attempt to catalogue the comings and goingsof the pre-war community. From planting to harvest, chruch to commerce, Ha ncock offers a portrait of a community worth celebrating." - from the rear cover. Very good. Signed and inscribed by the author on the half-title leaf. 15.00

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193 HANSFORD, Helen and Cathy MARGESON (compilers). Kings County Vignettes : Interesting Stories of Kings County. Volume 9.
Communnity History Committee of The Kings Historical Society, Kentville , 1998, 
HANSFORD, Helen and Cathy MARGESON (compilers). Kings County Vignettes : Interesting Stories of Kings County. Volume 9. Kentville : The Communnity History Committee of The Kings Historical Society, June 1998. Pp (6),1-54. Illustrated. 8vo, red stapled wrappers. Contents : White Lilacs (a poem by Beatrice Radforth). Maritime Union: A Look to the Past May Show the Future (byGeorge B. Conway). Parrsboro in Kings County (by George B. Conway). Port W illiams Bridge Sold for 800 Pounds (by Joan Balcom). Kingsport History Notes (by Larry Keddy). The Wesley Knox United Church, Woodville, Nova Scotia (by Lorna E. Smith). Tea Meetings in Morden, Early 1900's (by Greta Balsor).To Love And To Cherish (by Mabel G. Wainwright). Memories of Evangeline's Country (by Ida M. Henwood). The Dykes of Acadie (a poem by John Frederic Herbin). Automobiles (from The Acadian Orchardist). A+ Is For Apples (by Allison Magee). Tyhe Carriage Oak Inn (contributed). A.L. Hardy: The Soul Catcher (by George B. Conway). They Were From Here: A Tale of Important Politicians (by George B. Conway). The Kipawo (by Gordon Hansford). Name, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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194 HANSFORD, Helen and Cathy MARGESON. Kings County Vignettes : Volume 8.
Kings Historical Sociey,, Kentville , 1996, ISBN:1896084095 
HANSFORD, Helen and Cathy MARGESON. Kings County Vignettes. Volume 8. Kentville : The Community Historical Committee of The Kings Historical Society, December 1996. Pp. (6),[1]-46. With 19 illustrations, 10 of which are photoreproductions. 8vo, stapled printed orange wraps. Contents: "The Farmer's Telephone Line" (by Elizabeth M. Clarke); "The Blenkhorn Axe Factory" (by Elizabeth Rand); "The Nova Scotia Carriage Company: The McKay Car" (by Elizabeth Rand); "Saw Mills of Kings County" (by Cathy Margeson); "Ogilvie FlourMills" (by Joan Balcom); "The Dar Machine Shop" (by Georgina Robinson); "M y Memories" (by Alex Middleton); "Blacksmith Shops"; "Medicines from the Valley" (by Cathy Margeson); "Cambridge Jam Factory" (by Cathy Margeson); "Other Industries". Name to front, a couple of inked corrections, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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Second Jacobean Journal : Being a Record of Those Things Most Talked of during the Years 1607 to 1610 , HARRISON, G. B.
195 HARRISON, G. B. Second Jacobean Journal : Being a Record of Those Things Most Talked of during the Years 1607 to 1610
University of Michigan Press, 1958, 
HARRISON, G. B. A Second Jacobean Journal : Being a Record of Those Things Most Talked of during the Years 1607 to 1610. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, (1958). Pp. 278. 8vo, red cloth. "The new volume covers the years 1607 to 1610, and reveals the rapid degeneration of the Court of King James, the King's comic attempts to impress his fellow Kings by his skill at theological controversy, the enmity between the English and the Scots courtiers, the first storms between the King and Parliament, which led ultimately to the Civil War, the sordid story of the foundation of the colony of Virginia, the bitter religious persecutions, the first impact of Galileo's discoveries, fatal duels, crimes, scandals, wrecks, pirates, marvels and mermaids, the assasination of Henry IV, the plantation of Ulster, Court Masques and entertainment. murders and good sayings." - from the dust jacket. Vg in slightly browned dj. 75.00

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196 HARVIE, L., ed. Nova Scotia Genealogist, 19:2) HARTLING, Phil PARKER, John Nova Scotia Genealogist, Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2001
Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 2001, 
HARVIE, L., ed. The Nova Scotia Genealogist, Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2001. Halifax: Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 2001. Pp. (2),67-140,(4). 8vo, stapled decorated brown and white card covers. Includes the following articles: J.M. Reagh Belcher's "Be Ever Mindful of Your Sources!" (pp.69-71); Betty Dobson and Chris Young's "Lunenburg Families Plan for 250th Anniversary Reunion" (pp. 71-72); John Parker's "Vital Statistics from Kings County Newspapers, 1866-1899" (pp. 87-124); Anna MacDonald's "Harvard Necrology List" (p. 125); J. Scott Wilson's "Nova Scotia Strays in the Yukon" (pp. 125-127); Philip Hartling's "Recent Acquisitions at NSARM" (p. 127); Joanne McCarthy's "Recent Genealogical Acquisitions at Spring Garden Road Memorial Library" (pp. 128-130). With reviews, and other regular features. Very good. 10.00

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197 HAYCOCK, E., Prof. Records of Post-Triassic Changes in Kings County, N.S.
1900, 
HAYCOCK, E., Prof. XII. Records of Post-Triassic Changes in Kings County, N.S. Read 9th April, 1900. [N.pl: Geological Survey of Canada?], 1900. Pp. 287-302, + 1 plate. Illustrated, including maps to text. 8vo, rebound in grey boards with red cloth spine. An offprint, likely from the Proceedings of the Geological Survey of Canada, 1899-1900, dealing largely with the geology of the Canning and Cape Blomidon region of Nova Scotia. Occasional underlining, else vg. 5.00

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198 HAYCOCK, Ernest, Professor Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, X, 1900-01) Fossils, possibly Triassic, in Glaciated Fragments in the Boulder-Clay of Kings County, NS
Nova Scotian Institute of Science, Halifax, 1901, 
HAYCOCK, Ernest, Professor. Fossils, possibly Triassic, in Glaciated Fragments in the Boulder-Clay of Kings County, NS . [Halifax]: Nova Scotian Institute of Science, 1901. Pp. 376-378. 8vo, printed brown wraps. From the Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, Vol. X, Session 1900-1901. Tail of spine split, very small dampstain to top left corner, name, elsevg. 20.00

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199 HEBB, Margaret G.B. (Small). Cotton Genealogy
1974, 
HEBB, Margaret G.B. (Small). [Cotton Genealogy]. N.pl.: n.pub., (May 1974).Pp (4),2-61 leaves, printed one side only. 4to, blue card covers with Cott on coat-of-arms to front, blue cloth tape spine. A genealogy of the Cotton family of Prince Edward Island. No title to cover and no title page. Rubbed, penned name, else very good. Scarce. 135.00

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200 HENDERSON, Isabel Ancient Peoples and Places series ` Picts, The. First edition in dustjacket
Thames and Hudson, London, 1967, 
HENDERSON, Isabel. The Picts. London : Thames and Hudson, (1967). First Edition. Pp (4),5-228. Illustrated with 65 photographs, 32 line drawings, and 8 maps. Index. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine, gilt publisher's logo to front board, top edge dyed black. A volume in the Ancient Peoples and Places series. "No chronological history of the Picts has appeared sinceW.F. Skene's Celtic Scotland, first published in 1876. The present book se eks to make good this deficiency. The author presents the Picts, not as a mysterious race of unknown origin who left no written records, but rather asone of the well-authenticated peples of Dark Age Britain direcvtly compara ble to their contemporaries, the Britons and the Anglo-Saxons, in whose historical writings they appear as entirely normal neighbours. The emphasis istherefore on the political and ecclesiastical history of the Picts from th e sixth century AD to their sudden disappearance as an independent people in the mid ninth century." (from the dj). Contents : 1. The Formation of theKingdom of the Picts. 2. The Kings of the Picts. 3. The Church and the Pic ts. 4. The End of the Kingdom of the Picts. 5. Pictish Art. Very good in spine-sunned and margin-browned, but unclipped, dustjacket. 50.00

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