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21 ANTOFT, Kell, ed. Guide to Local Government in Nova Scotia. 3rd ed.
Centre for Public Management, Henson College, Halifax, 1992, ISBN:0770311040 
ANTOFT, Kell, ed. A Guide to Local Government in Nova Scotia. Kell Antoft, editor. Halifax: Centre for Public Management, Henson College of Public Affairs and Continuing Education, Dalhousie University, (1992). Third Edition.Pp. (6),[v]-xviii,1-256,(4). 8vo, printed white card covers with blank gre y spine. A thorough reference guide to the processes of provincial governmental system in Nova Scotia. Very good. 15.00

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22 APOSTLE, Richard. BARRETT, Gene. HOLM, Petter. JENTOFT, Svein. Community, State, and Market on the North Atlantic Rim: Challenges to Modernity in the Fisheries. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1998, ISBN:0802007457 
APOSTLE, Richard, Gene BARRETT, Petter HOLM, Svein JENTOFT, Leigh MAZANY, Bonnie McCAY, and Knut H. MIKALSEN. Community, State, and Market on the North Atlantic Rim : Challenges to Modernity in the Fisheries. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1998). First Printing. Pp (4),[v]-xv,(4),[3]-363,(5). 8vo, blue clot with gilt lettering to spine. No 4 in the Studies in Comparative Political Economy and Public Policy series. "This is a study of Northern Norway and Atlantic Canada, two regions experiencing a severe crisis due to overexploitation of fisheries resources. The work of a group of researchers from Canada, Norway, and the United States, it examines the implications of common market integration, privatized resource management, and small business development policies for fishery-dependant communities in terms of long-term sustainability and participatory democracy. The book is brokeninto three sections: an examination of the economic and institutional hist ory of the fisheries in Norway and Atlantic Canada, a study of the regulatory regimes used in the fisheries of these two regions, and an analysis of reactions in three communities, two in Canada [Sambro, Nova Scotia and Fogo Island, Newfoundland] and one in Norway [Bugoynes], to the decline and collapse of fish stocks. Comparative, multidisciplinary, and multinational in approach, it is a major contribution to the literature on fishing regulations, the role of the state, and resource development in the North Atlantic." -from the dustjacket. Light edgespotting, else very good in lightly nicked dustjacket. 35.00

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23 ARCHIBALD, Frank E. COADY, M.M. SMITH, Sidney Earle MacKINNON, Clarence Mostly Maritimers
Lancelot Press, Windsor , 1972, 
ARCHIBALD, Frank E. Mostly Maritimers. Windsor : Lancelot Press, 1972. First Printing. Pp (4),5-127,(1). 8vo, card covers. Frank Elliott Archibald (b.1903, Truro, Nova Scotia - d. 1988) long-time churchman in the United Chur ch of Canada. Tennyson 662 for Smith and Coady. Sidney Earle Smith, (nativeof Port Hood Island, see Marble pp.363-4), Moses M. Coady, Mrs Izaak Walto n Killam, General Bill Jones (the "Lawrence of Jugoslavia", see Marble p.225-6), Clarence Mackinnon, Clifford Fraser Grant, Dr. Bob McClure, Sir Frederick Banting and a sketch of his father, Harry A. Archibald, entitled "A Man, Essentially Great". Very good. 10.00

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24 ARCHIBALD, S.G.W.). LONGWORTH, Israel Life of S.G.W. Archibald. First Edition.
1881, 
(ARCHIBALD, S.G.W.). LONGWORTH, Israel. Life of S.G.W. Archibald. Halifax :(Printed by S.F.Huestis), 1881. First Edition.. Pp (4), [v]-xi, (1), [1]-1 79, (1). Small 8vo, maroon pressed boards, copper lettering to spine.
Watters p.533, Rhodenizer p.482, Long p.135.
For Archibald (1777-1846) see DCB VII:21-25, Marble NSH&A p.46-47.

"The writer of this Memoir had occasion, while preparing a History of the County of Colchester, to make some rather minute investigations into the circumstances connected with the first settlement of Truro - and its progress as it developed from a straggling hamlet in the wilderness, to the thriving and bustling town which it is at this day. In doing so he was struck with the prominent part taken in its affairs by the members of one family, a family which has been connected with the town from its earliest history. Four generations of this family in lineal descent have been members of the Nova Scotian Assembly." - from the preface.

Contents : 1. From Birth in 1777 to Election to Assembly: Description of Truro in 1777. - First settlement of the Brothers Archibald - David the Grand-father - Samuel the Father - Death of Father - Stories of Early Life - Residence with Grand-father - Letter of introduction from his sister Elizabeth Elliot to his cousin Mrs. Lamb - Her kindness - At School at Haverhill and Andover - Intended Profession - Change - Study of Law -. Marriage - Appointed Judge of Probate - Admitted to Bar - Elected to Assembly;
2. Politics in1 806 - Sir. John Wentworth - William Cottnam Tonge elected Speaker and rejected - Mr. Wilkins becomes Speaker - Mr. Archibald's first motion in the Assembly - Takes Charge of Road Questions - Religion in 1806 - Kings College- Croke's Test Clauses - Controversy between two Bishops - Mr. McCulloch intervenes - He keeps a school - What followed;
3. 1817 to 1825 : Mr. Archibald as an Advocate - King vs. Sawers - King vs. Holland - King vs. Forrester;
4. Interest in Agriculture - Manufacturing Operations - Visit to England - Appointed Chief Justice of P. E. I. - Visits the Island - Address of Grand Inquest - Dinner at Pictou - Dinner and address at Truro - Made Solicitor General in place of Mr. Robie promoted - Chosen Speaker - Election of 1826 - Again chosen Speaker - Non-residence in P. E. I. - Aims at Chief Justice ship of N. S. - Claims of different candidates - Changes impending - Grounds of Blowers' Retention of office - Sir Peregrine Maitland's perplexities - Correspondence with Sir John Coape Sherbrooke - The misdirected letter;
5. The Brandy Question - Death of George IV - Dissolution of the House.;
6. President reports to Colonial Minister - Speaker does same - President writes to Under Secretary of Colonies - Reply - Mr. Archibald declines Judgeship - Council's friends disappointed with Mr. Archibald's course - Reasons assigned - Curious letter in the Free Press - Conjectures as to its authorship - Dissection of letter - Consideration of reasons assigned by letter writer;
7. Election of 1830 - Candidates - Mr. Archibald's speech at Truro - Meeting of House - Death of Attorney General Uniacke - Office kept open - Passage of Revenue Bill - Lord Goderich's Despatch - Mission of Judge Halliburton to England - Mr. Archibald appointed acting Attorney General - Visits England - Judge Halliburton's and Mr. Archibald's race in England - Attentions in England - Marquis of Lansdown's offer - Rejected - . Lord Goderich proposes changes in Judiciary - House refuse - Lord Goderich to Administrator - Conclusion of question of Chief Justiceship - Correspondence thereon. -Remarks on mode of day for obtaining promotion - Reaction after 1830 - State of public opinion in 1835 and '36 - Joe Warner's Letters - General Election of 1836 - Mr. Logan's candidacy - Mr. Archibald's speeches at Truro - Returned to Assembly;
8. Curious results of Election - General effect of same - Disappearance of old members - First appearance of new men afterwards attaining eminence - Re-elected Speaker - Illness - Mr. Smith appointed Speaker temporarily - Failure of crops in 1836 - Mr. Dodd brings a Bill before the House to keep grain and potatoes in the Province - Mr. Archibald's speech in its favor - Mr. Young opposes the measure - His death - Resolutions transmitted to England - Reply - Rebellion in Lower Canada - Troops sent from Halifax to Montreal - Public Meeting at Halifax - Resolutions for relief of Soldiers' families - Patriotic speech of Mr. Archibald - Mr. Howe's vindication of the loyalty of the Liberals of Nova Scotia - Meeting of House in 1838 - Appointment of Lord Durham as Lord High Commissioner and Governor General of British North America. , His Report on the situation of the Provinces [The Durham Report]- An act of his administration attacked in the Lords by Lords Brougham and Lyndhurst - The Ministry disallow the ordinances complained of - Lord Durham's hasty return to England - Lord John Russel becomes Colonial Secretary - Mr. C. Poulett Thompson appointed Governor General - Resolutions of 1839 - Delegates sent by House to England - Met by Council's Delegates - Lord John Russell's despatch of I6th October, 1839, as to tenure of Office - Additions to Executive Council from Assembly - Vote of want of Confidence in Government - Resignation of lion. J. B. Uniacke - Subsequent action of House - Vote against Sir Colin Campbell. Mr. Archibald's views on that vote - The Governor General at Halifax - Lord Falkland becomes Governor of Nova Scotia - New appointments to Council. Election of 1840 - Mr. Archibald returned for Colchester without opposition;
9. New Speaker - Reasons for Mr. Archibald's disqualification - Other Candidates equally disqualified - Two members of same Government contending for Speakership - Mr. Uniacke a member of Government moves resolution touching repeal of Union with Cape Breton - Resolution complimentary to Mr. Archibald adopted unanimously - Offered offices of Master of Rolls and Judge of Admiralty Court - Accepts- Mr. Archibald as Judge - Address at Truro - His Country seat - His habits at Truro - Hospitality - His Humour;
10. Success as a Judge - Failing health - Death - Meeting of Bar Society - Speech of Chief Justice - Address of Condolence - Meeting of Colchester people on his death - Eulogium of Mr. Howe - Examination of charges against Mr. Archibald as a public man - Mr. Howe's views upon them - Mr Archibald in his social relations - Death of his first wife - Account of his second wife. - Sir Charles Pollack and Sir T. D.Archibald - Mr. Archibald's love for the sacred Scriptures - Anecdote related by Rev. Mr. Morton - Thoughts of writer in concluding Memoir.

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25 ARMSTRONG, Christopher Ontario Historical Studies Politics of Federalism : Ontario's Relations with the Federal Government, 1867-1942. in dj.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1981, ISBN:0802024343 
ARMSTRONG, Christopher. The Politics of Federalism : Ontario's Relations with the Federal Government, 1867-1942. Toronto: University of Toronto Press,(1981). Pp. (8),ix-xiv,(2),[3]-279,(3). 8vo, red cloth with gilt decoratio n to front and gilt lettering to spine. A volume in the Ontario Historical Studies series. Contents: 1. Remoulding the Constitution; 2. Federalism andEconomic Development; 3. Public Power and Disallowance; 4. Exporting Elect ricity; 5. Playing the Federal-Provincial Game; 6. Financing the Federationin Peace and War; 7. Social Change and Constitutional Amendment; 8. Water- power and the Constitution; 9. The Battle of the St. Lawrence; 10. Revisingthe Constitution. Name, else very good in dust jacket. 24.00

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26 ARMSTRONG, F.H. MACKENZIE, William Lyon LUPUI, Manoly R. SHORT, Audrey William Lyon Mackenzie, First Mayor of Toronto: A Study of a Critic in Power. - An article in The Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 48, No. 4, December 1967
Canadian Historical Review, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1967, 
ARMSTRONG, F.H. "William Lyon Mackenzie, First Mayor of Toronto: A Study ofa Critic in Power." An article in The Canadian Historical Review, Vol. XLV III, No. 4, December 1967, pp 309-331. Toronto: Canadian Historical Review,University of Toronto Press, 1967. Pp (2),309-414,[i]-viii,(2). 8vo, print ed red and white card covers. Also includes: "The Campaign for a French-Catholic School Inspector in the North-West Territories, 1898-1903" by Manoly R. Lupul (pp 332-352); "Canada Exhibited, 1851-1867" by Audrey Short (pp 353-364). Very good. For the issue 10.00

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27 ARMSTRONG, Joe C.W. Farewell The Peaceful Kingdom : The Seduction and Rape of Canada, 1963 to 1994. First Edition in dustjacket
Stoddart Publishing, Toronto, 1995, ISBN:0773728708 
ARMSTRONG, Joe C.W. Farewell The Peaceful Kingdom : The Seduction and Rape of Canada, 1963 to 1994. (Toronto) : Stoddart, (1995). First Edition. Pp (12),xiii-xiv,1-746. Index. 8vo, black cloth, copper lettering to spine. "Farewell The Peaceful Kingdom is anirreverent, incisive account of how Canada, from 1963 to the present, transformed itself from a strong federation into a society bent on self-destruction. Joe Armstrong documents the Pearson-Trudeau-Mulroney revolution, peeling away the layers of deception that have characterized Canada's fatal attraction to big government. [...] With deadly insight Armstrong tracks the seminal events and ideas that have debased anation. His conclusion: 'Canada does not suffer from a leadership crisis, but a crisis of citizenship.' This is the best read to come along in a generation on the intellectual and economic disintigration of a would-be great nation." - from the front dj flap. Contents : Introduction. Part I - The Kingdom and the Foreplay - 1963 to 1982. 1.Lester Bowles Pearson, the Father of Bilingualism - 1963 to 1967. 2. Pierre Trudeau and Robert Stanfield, theTwo Faces of Dualism - 1968. 3. "Alas! I Am Turning into a God" - 1968 to 1977. 4. Joe Clark's Community of Communities: Pluralism - 1979. 5. Rene Levesque's Sovereign Association - 1980. 6. Trudeau's Revolution: Patriation Without Representation - 1981 to 1982. Part II - A New Vision for Canada: Existentialism - 1982 to 1990. 7. Martin Brian Mulroney: l'Irlandais, the Irish Kid - 1979 to 1983. 8. John Napier Turner: A Little Interregnum - 1984.9. Mulroney's Solemn Commitment to Quebec and Patronage Pratfalls - 1984. 10. The Parties Take Positions on the Promise: Quebec - 1985. 11. Her Majesty's Mafia: Queen's University - 1986. 12. A Meech Lake Accord and a Free Trade Agreement: Farewell to Sovereignty - 1986 to 1987. 13. Hell Hath No Fury Like Pandora's Box - 1988 to 1990. 14. The Power of One Eagle Feather - 1990. Part III - To Each His Own Accord. 15. Deep Thinkers: The Boffins andthe Presumptives. 16. More Deep Thinkers: Lawyers and Law Professors. Part IV - The March Away from Meech Lake - 1990 to 1991. 17. The Leaders Divvy Up the Nation - 1990. 18. Some Quebecois Speak to Some Canucks. 19. Meech II, the Seamless Web - 1991. Part V - The Fourth Estate: Media Munchkins. 20. The Pulp Prime-Evil: The Four Gospels of Central Canada. 21. Pusillanimous Poltroons and Pecksniffers. Part VI - The March for Meech II - January toMay 1992. 22. They're Ba-a-a-ck! More Meech II - January to March 1992. 23 . Meech II and the Carry-On Gang - March to May 1992. Part VII - A World ofPrivilege and the Fifth Estate. 24. Power Brokers in the Feudal Kingdom. 2 5. The Filtration System, the CBC. Part VIII - The Road to Charlottetown - June to August 1992. 26. The Cat's Breakfast, The Pearson Accord -JunetoJuly1992. 27. Bingo! The Charlottetown Accord - July to August 1992. Part IX -The Referendum. 28. On the Way to Judgement Day - September 1992. 29. A Fl irtation With Democracy: The Referendum­October 1992. Part X - The Ins and Outs. 30. Some Insiders and Some Outsiders. 31. Preston Manning, Thy Kingdom Came. Part XI - Business as Usual- October 26, 1992, to June 25, 1993. 32. Referendum Aftermath - October 26, 1992, to February 23, 1993. 33. The Disarray of the Red Tories - February 24 to June 25,1993. Part XII - Farewellthe Peaceful Kingdom - June 26, 1993, to December 31, 1994. 34. Canada on Trial Before the United Nations -1988 to 1993. 35. Kim Campbell Comes to Bytown, Karl Marx to Ontario - June 26 to September 8, 1993. 36. The Hunt fo r the Red Tories in October - September 8 to October 25, 1993. 37. Jean Chretien: The Return of Absolutism - October 26, 1993, to December 31,1994. Epilogue. Appendix A - The Reform Party Platform. Appendix B -Ontario: A Selection of Laws and Policy Directives. Appendix C - Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada: A Chronology of History. Appendix D - The Party Platform of the Bloc Quebecois. Appendix E - The Parti Quebecois Strategic Plan to Gain Sovereignty on Election - 1988 to 1994. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS QWEIGHT. Verygood in unclipped dustjacket. 25.00

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Souvenirs et Confidences. First Edition,  Signed., ARSENAULT, Bona
28 ARSENAULT, Bona Souvenirs et Confidences. First Edition, Signed.
1983, 2760951138 / 9782760951136 
ARSENAULT, Bona. Souvenirs et Confidences. N.pl. [Ottawa] : Leméac, (1983). First Edition. Pp (10),11-288. Illustrated. 8vo, card covers.

"L'auteur ... est aussi bien connu pour ses travaux d'histoire et de généalogie que pour sa participation à la vie politique du pays et de la province au cours des trente dernières années. Député à Ottawa et à Québec pendant vingt-huit ans, ministre dans le gouvernement Lesage aux heures de la révolution tranquille, Bona Arsenault nous livre ici, avec franchise, sa pensée intime sur le cours des événements auxquels il a participé et le comportement des hommes qu'il a rencontrés durant sa longue carrière." - from the back cover.

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Winnipeg : A Social History of Urban Growth 1874-1914.  First Edition in dustjacket., ARTIBISE, Alan F.J
29 ARTIBISE, Alan F.J Winnipeg : A Social History of Urban Growth 1874-1914. First Edition in dustjacket.
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and London, 1975, ISBN:0773502025 1975 
ARTIBISE, Alan F.J. Winnipeg : A Social History of Urban Growth 1874-1914. Montreal and London: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1975. First Edition. Pp (8),[ix]-xiv,[1]-382,(4) + 8 pages of plates + folding map. 8vo, green cloth, silver lettering to spine.

"When Winnipeg was incorporated as a city in 1874 its energetic citizens were already boosting it as the 'Chicago of the North'. This 'biography' of one of Canada's major cities graphically describes and analyses the events, people, trends, and social movements that played a key role in its phenomenal growth and development up to the First World War." - from the dj.

Contents:
1. The Origins and Incorporation of Winnipeg;
2. The Dominance of a Commercial Elite;
3. Civic Politics: The Search for Business Efficiency in Municipal Affairs;
4. Winnipeg's Legacy: Geography, Ralroads, and a Triumphant Growth Ethic;
5. Winnipeg: Port of the Northwest;
6. The Search for Cheap Power: Private Enterprise, Monopoly, and Municipal Ownership;
7. The Campaign for Immigrants and Industry;
8. Population Growth and Change in Winnipeg;
9. The Urban Environment;
10. The Immigrant Problem: Accommodation, Disease, and Economic Adjustment;
11. The Immigrant Problem: Education and Assimilation;
12. The Commercial Elite and the Water Supply Problem;
13. Public Health versus the Private City;
14. Red Lights in Winnipeg: Segregated Vice, Moral Reformers, and Civic Politics;
15. The Rise and Demise of a City Planning Movement.
With appendices.

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30 Association Internationale des Sciences Juridiques / International AssociatZWEIGERT, Konrad McWHINNEY, Edward KARST, Kenneth L. Le Fédéralisme et le Développement des Ordres Juridiques / Federalism and Develpment of Legal Systems : Travaux du Colloque de Moscou, Septembre 1970
Etablissements Emile Bruyant, Bruxelles, 1971, 
Association Internationale des Sciences Juridiques / International Association of Legal Sciences. Le Fédéralisme et le Développement des Ordres Juridiques / Federalism and Develpment of Legal Systems : Travaux du Colloque de Moscou, Septembre 1970. Préface de John N. Hazard. Bruxelles : Établissements Émile Bruyant, 1971. Pp (4),[5]-226,(2). 8vo, cream card covers, lettered in black. Association Internationale des Sciences Juridiques / International Association of Legal Sciences. Contents : Foreword (by John N. Hazard).Summary (by John N. Hazard). Federalism in West Germany (by Konrad Zweiger t). Pluralistic federalism in Canada (by Edward McWhinney). Out of many one: the judiciary and the harmonization of law in the United States (by Kenneth L. Karst). Harmonization of laws in the Indian federation (by Rahma Tullah Khan). Le fe´de´ralisme et le de´veloppement de l'ordre juridique en Tche´coslovaquie (by Viktor Knapp). Soviet federalism and the development of the legal system in the USSR (by V.M. Tchikvadze). L'e´volution et les tendances actuelles du fe´de´ralisme yougoslave dans le domaine du syste`me juridique (by Miodrag Jovic´ic). Very good. 50.00

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31 Atlantic Mirror LIPSCHUTZ, Norman, (ed.) Atlantic Mirror Vol.I, Nos.1-4
Atlantic Literary Alliance, Glace Bay, N.S., 1967, 
(Atlantic Mirror). Atlantic Mirror. Vol.I, Nos.1-4. Glace Bay, N.S.: Atlantic Literary Alliance, 1967-1968. Norman Lipschutz, Editor and A.L.A. chairman. Printed by Brodie Printing Service Ltd., Glace Bay. Each issue : pp (2), 3-22,(2). Triple column. Self wraps. No.1, Jan.-March, 1967. "Premiere Edition". Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; R.J.MacSween's"The Works of Evelyn Waugh" (pp.9-11); A section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (8 women including Lillian Crewe Walsh & Hazel F. Goddard); "Mirror Editorial on the Propsed Phasing Out of the Nova Scotia Coal Industry". No .2, April-June, 1967. "Spring Edition". Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; R.J.MacSween's "In The Park: A Story with a Moral" (pp.8-10); a section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (Farley Mowat's "Balloon Song" as well as 8 women including Alice Bardsley, Rose Winters, & Hazel F. Goddard); Elizabeth Hiscott's "Wallace R. MacAskill : Poet of the Camera" (pp.14-15); Mary M. Eisnor's "Road's End: A Romantic Tale"; Major C.I.N.MacLeod's "Why Did The Highland Scots Emigrate to Nova Scotia?"; &c..3, Sept.-Oct., 1967. Subtitle : The Voice of the Maritime Writer. Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; Sarah Fraser Teasdale's reminiscences "Shake the Dreamland Tree" (pp.8-9); R.J.MacSween's "The Burnt Forest" (pp.10-12); a section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (R.J.MacSween's "The Storm",Patrick F. Walsh's "Haiku Pilgrimage", Natalie B. Stoddard's "The Micmac W arrior", as well as Hazel F. Goddard, &c); Helen Porter's "No Swelled Head for Me" (pp.16-17); Rose Winters' "A Gardener's Paradise"; &c. 2 illustrations by Patrick F. Walsh. No.4, Feb.-March. 1968. Subtitle : The Voice of the Maritime Writer. Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; Father Andrew Hogan on the Steel Crisis; several poems, R.J.MacSween's "The Scream" (pp.8-10); Sarah Fraser Teasdale's reminiscences "Our Winter Guest" (pp.12-14); W.J. Hawkins' "Joseph Howe's Duel"(p.15); Eileen Cameron Henry'sstory "The Watcher of the Eye"; Margaret Rempel's "The Candy Man"; and Mar guerite Reid's "The Lighthouseof St. Margaret's" ("a hauntingly beautiful story that comes to us from Newfoundland", pp.20-23). Cover & illustrations by Patrick F. Walsh. Vg. the set for 50.00

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32 ATLAY, J. B. HALIBURTON, Arthur Lawrence, Lord HALIBURTON, Thomas Chandler] Lord Haliburton
William Briggs, Toronto, 1909, 
ATLAY, J. B. Lord Haliburton : A Memoir of his Public Service. Toronto: William Briggs, 1909. Pp. 296, frontis. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering tofront and spine. The biography of (though "no one would have disclaimed su ch a project more vehemently) Lord Arthur Lawrence Haliburton, the son of Thomas Chandler Haliburton (of Sam Slick fame), born in Windsor, Nova Scotia. He followed in his father's footsteps into the legal profession, but thenwent on to a distinguished military career in the British Army. Includes s everal of his letters. Front inner hinge cracked, blindstamp to p. 19, elsevg. 80.00

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33 ATLEE, H.B.). OXORN, Harry Harold Benge Atlee, M.D. : A Biography. First Edition
Lancelot, 1983, ISBN:0889991901 
(ATLEE, H.B.). OXORN, Harry. Harold Benge Atlee, M.D. : A Biography. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1983). First Printing. Pp (3),4-352. With a 16-page central section of b&w photos. 8vo, white photo-illustrated cardcovers. The cover shortens the title to H.B. Atlee, M.D. : A Biography. Roland, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 1, pp.2 & 169. Atlee (b. November 24, 1890 in Pictou County, raised in Annapolis Royal - d. November 5, 1978, Halifax). "When he was 16 years old, he entered Dalhousie Medical School, and was its youngest medical graduate, at 20 years of age, in 1911." Chapters : 1. f irst Journey, First Meeting; 2. Childhood 3. Medical School, Medical Student, Young Doctor; 4. War: 1914 to 1918; 5. The New Professor; 6. Marriage: Margaret Ross; 7. iBedford ; 8. Health and Welfare; 9. Recreation; 10. God and Religion; 11. Economics and Politics; 12. Socialized Medicine; 13. The Obstetrician; 14. The Gynecologist; 15. The Gynecological Surgeon ; 16. Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine; 17. Women, Patients, Practice ; 18. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 19. Grace Maternity Hospital; 20. Nurses and Nursing; 21. Margaret Ferguson, R.N.; 22. General Education; 23. Medical Education: The Teacher; 24. Internes and Residents; 25. Medical Textbooks; 26. The Author ; 27. Kent Power: Scientific Investigator [Atlee was the author of the Kent Power detective stories published between 1930 and 1941 in Maclean's Magazine] ; 28. The Gadfly; 29. Last Visit; 30. Ecce Homo; 31. Autobiography. With bibliography. Corner of first page clipped, some toning to covers, else very good.. 15.00

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34 ATWOOD, Margaret Power Politics. 3d pr signed
Anansi, 1972, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Power Politics. Toronto : Anansi, 1972. Third Printing. Pp 58. 8vo, card covers. Spine slightly sunned, minutely cocked, else vg. Signed by Atwood. 20.00

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35 ATWOOD, Margaret Power Politics. US in dj.
1973, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Power Politics. N.Y. : (1973). 8vo, cloth. Vg. 30.00

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36 ATWOOD, Margaret). NISCHIK, Reingard M. (ed.) NISCHIK, Reingard M. (ed.) Margaret Atwood : Works and Impact. First Priting paperback
Anansi, Toronto, 2002, ISBN:0887846823 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). NISCHIK, Reingard M. (ed.). Margaret Atwood : Works andImoact. (Toronto) : Anansi, (2002). First Printing. Pp (6),[vii]-xii,[1]-3 44,(4). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated purple card covers, lettered in black and white. Contents : "Flagpoles and entrance doors" : introduction(by Reingard M. Nischik). I. Life and Status : Lions, tigers, and pussycat s : Margaret Atwood (auto- ) biographically (by Nathalie Cooke); Celebrity,or, A Disneyland of the soul : Margaret Atwood and the media (by Susanne B ecker); Canonizing Atwood : her impact on teaching in the US, Canada, and Europe (by Caroline Rosenthal). Photographs of Margaret Atwood. II. Works : On the border : Margaret Atwood's novels (by Alice M. Palumbo); Margaret Atwood's short fiction (by Charlotte Sturgess); Margaret Atwood's poetry 1966-1995 (by Lothar Ho¨nnighausen); "A certain frivolity" : Margaret Atwood's literary criticism (by Walter Pache). III. Appproaches : Transgressing genre : a generic approach to Margaret Atwood's novels (by Coral Ann Howells); Alias Atwood : narrative games and gender politics (by Barbara Hill Rigney); Margaret Atwood : a Canadian nationalist (by Paul Goetsch); Margaret Atwood, the land, and ecology (by Ronald B. Hatch); Recycling culture : kitsch,camp, and trash in Margaret Atwood's fiction (by Lorna Irvine); Mythologic al intertexts in Margaret Atwood's works (by Sharon R. Wilson); Re-constructions of reality in Margaret Atwood's literature : a constructionist approach (by Klaus Peter Mu¨ller). IV. Creativity - Transmission - Reception : Challenging the reader : an analysis of Margaret Atwood's creative technique in her first published novel (by Helmut Reichenba¨cher); Creativity : an interview with Margaret Atwood (by Gabriele Metzler); Working with Margaret Atwood (by Ellen Seligman); Charted and uncharted courses (by Nan A. Talese); On loyalty and love (by Liz Calder); Representing Margaret Atwood (by Phoebe Larmore); Assisting Margaret Atwood (by Sarah Cooper); Reminiscing (by Helmut Frielinghaus); On translating Margaret Atwood (by Brigitte Walitzek); The J-stroke (by Arnulf Conradi). Margaret Atwood in statements by fellowwriters. Cartoons by and on Margaret Atwood. Very good. 20.00

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37 AUNGER, Edmund A. In Search of Political Stability
McGill-Queen's, 1981, 
AUNGER, Edmund A. In Search of Political Stability : A Comprehensive Study of New Brunswick and Northern Ireland. Montreal : McGill-Queen's UniversityPress, (1981). Pp [i]-xiv,[1]-224,(2). 8vo, green cloth. Name, else vg. 30 .00

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38 AXWORTHY, Lloyd. LIGHTBODY, Jim. Reorganization of Local Government in the Metropolitan Edmonton Area, August 1, 1979, The City of Edmonton, Edmonton Annexation Project.
Department of Political Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 1979, 
AXWORTHY, Lloyd, Dr., and Dr. Jim LIGHTBODY. The Reorganization of Local Government in the Metropolitan Edmonton Area, August 1, 1979, The City of Edmonton, Edmonton Annexation Project. Edmonton: Department of Political Science, University of Alberta, 1979. Pp. (4),i-[ii],[1]-125,(1). 4to, printed cream card covers, blue lettering to front cover, navy blue comb binding. Contents: I. Introduction; II. Demographic Profile of the Edmonton Metropolitan Area; III. Local Government Services in the Edmonton Metropolitan Area; IV. The Delivery of Services to the Region; V. The Metropolitan Problem; VI. Metropolitan Government Alternatives; VII. The Case for Edmonton BoundaryExpansion under a Unitary Form of Government; VIII. WIthout Boundary Expan sion? Name inked to front cover, else very good. Scarce. 60.00

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Towards a Just Society : The Trudeau Years. First Edition in dustjacket. Signed by Trudeau and Axworthy, AXWORTHY, Thomas S., and Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU (eds.). TRUDEAU, Pierre Elliott. CLAXTON, Patricia.
39 AXWORTHY, Thomas S., and Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU (eds.). TRUDEAU, Pierre Elliott. CLAXTON, Patricia. Towards a Just Society : The Trudeau Years. First Edition in dustjacket. Signed by Trudeau and Axworthy
Viking, Markham, Ontario, 1990, ISBN:0670830151 1990 0670830151 / 9780670830152 
AXWORTHY, Thomas S., and Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU (eds.). Towards a Just Society : The Trudeau Years. Translations into English by Patricia Claxton. (Markham, Ontario) : Viking, (1990). First Printing. Pp (12),1-404. 8vo, burgundy quarter-cloth and beige boards.

Contents :
Part I : Introduction (by Thomas S. Axworthy and Pierre Elliott Trudeau).

Part II: The Global Transformation.
1. "To Stand Not So High Perhaps but Always Alone": The Foreign Policy of Pierre Elliott Trudeau (by Thomas S. Axworthy ).
2. Riding the Storm: Energy Policy, 1968-1984 (by Marc Lalonde).
3. Canadian Industrial Policy in a Changing World (by Joel Bell).
4. Global Transformation and Economic Policy (by lan A. Stewart).

Part III: A Society in Ferment.
5. Legislating for Freedom (by Jacques Hébert).
6. Meeting the Environmental Challenge (by John Roberts).
7. Expansion, Retrenchment and Protecting the Future: Social Policy in the Trudeau Years (by Jim Coutts).

Part IV: The Challenge of Federalism 1968.:
8. Language Policy and the Mood in Quebec (by Gerard Pelletier).
9. Fiscal Federalism in Evolution (by Thomas K. Shoyama).
10. Regional Development: Innovations in the West (by Lloyd Axworthy).

Part V: The Institutional Framework.
11. The Party and Parliament: Participatory Democracy in the Trudeau Years (by Lorna Marsden).
12. Bringing the Constitution Home (by Jean Chretien).

Part VI: Quebec and Confederation: Views from the Outside.
13. The Quiet Revolution: A Turning Point (by Fernand Ouellet).
14. "I never thought I could be as proud .": The Trudeau-Levesque Debate (by Ramsay Cook).

Part VII: The Values of a Just Society (by Pierre Elliott Trudeau).

Light wear to spine ends, light smudging to edges, else very good in nicked, spine-sunned, unclipped dustjacket. Inscribed and signed by both Axworthy and Pierre Trudeau. 350.00



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40 BAGLOLE, Harry, (ed). COUSINS, John Exploring Island History: A Guide to the Historical Resources of Prince Edward Island. pbk
Ragweed Press, Belfast, 1977, 
BAGLOLE, Harry, (ed). Exploring Island History : A Guide to the Historical Resources of Prince Edward Island. Belfast: Ragweed Press, Spring 1977. Pp (6),iii-xi,(1),[1]-310,(2). 8vo, beige and brown card covers. In three parts: I. Island History: Eight Basic Units. Baglole's "Beginning the Course" and "The Land Question"; Louis Pelliissier's "The Native People of Prince Edward Island"; Edmond Gallant's "The Island Acadians"; David Weale's "IslandSocial History" and "Confederation"; Wayne E. MacKinnon's "Island Politics and Government"; Frank Schwartz's "An Economic History of Prince Edward Is land". II. Island History: Some Additional Themes. Marlene-Russell Clark's "Women and the Island Heritage"; John Cousins' "Prince Edward Island Shipbuilding" and "Studying Prince Edward Island Folk Songs"; Leonard Cusack's "The Island Government and the Depression"; Allan Graham's "Island Literature"; Marven Moore's "The Island and the Reciprocity Treaty of 1854"; R. AllanRankin's "Fox Farming on Prince Edward Island"; Gary Webster's "Cooperatio n, Co-operatives, and Credit Unions: Their Place in Island History". III. Studying the Local Community. Janet Dale's "The Genealogical Sherlock on Prince Edward Island"; Robert F. Fellows' "Studying Island History through Photographs"; Mary Frederickson's "Field Trips are Important, and Possible, Too", "Learning in the Cemetery", and "Teaching with Artifacts"; Frank Gillan's "Natural History and the Local Community"; Harry Holman's "The Use and Abuse of Archives"; Ron Irving's "Dramatization of Historical Material"; Helan MacDonald's "So You Want to Use a Tape Recorder"; Wayne E. MacKinnon's "Class Historical Displays"; Alan Rayburn's "The Island's Geographical Names"; Irene L. Rogers' "An Approach to Island Architecture"; Doreen Smith's "Using Art to Teach Island History". Appendices: Wayne E. MacKinnon's "A Short History of Prince Edward Island"; William B. Hamilton's "Evaluation and the Island History Course". Also Birdie McKie's preliminary "Island History and the Home". Covers rubbed with sparse spotting to top edge, some spine creasing, else vg. 20.00

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