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241 Nova Scotia - Gold Districts MESSERVEY, J.P. Ardoise, Blockhouse and Carleton Gold Districts
Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, Halifax, N.S., 1929, 
(Nova Scotia – Gold Districts). Ardoise, Blockhouse and Carleton Gold Districts. Halifax, N.S.: Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, 1929. Pp [1]-8 including covers. 8vo, white stapled printed self-wraps. Preface by J.P. Messervey. A compilation of information on the Gold Districts ofNova Scotia which were not covered in part II of the Annual Report for 192 7 for the use of those interested in the development of properties. Locations in Hants County, Lunenburg County, and Yarmouth County. Very good. Postage will be less for this slim pamphlet. 20.00

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242 Nova Scotia - Gold Districts MESSERVEY, J.P. Chegoggin, Chezzetcook, Clam Harbor, Cranberry Head and East Rawdon Gold Districts
Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, Halifax, N.S., 1929, 
(Nova Scotia – Gold Districts). Chegoggin, Chezzetcook, Clam Harbor, Cranberry Head and East Rawdon Gold Districts. Halifax, N.S.: Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, 1929. Pp [1]-8 including covers. 8vo, white stapled printed self-wraps. Preface by J.P. Messervey. A compilation of information on the Gold Districts of Nova Scotia which were not covered in part II of the Annual Report for 1927 for the use of those interested in thedevelopment of properties. Locations in Halifax County, Hants County, and Yarmouth County. Very good. Postage will be less for this slim pamphlet. 20.00

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243 Nova Scotia - Gold Districts MESSERVEY, J.P. Kemptville Gold District.
Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, Halifax, N.S., 1929, 
(Nova Scotia – Gold Districts). Kemptville Gold District. Halifax, N.S.: Minister of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, 1929. Pp [1]-12 includingcovers. 8vo, white stapled printed self-wraps. Preface by J.P. Messervey. A compilation of information on the Gold Districts of Nova Scotia which were not covered in part II of the Annual Report for 1927 for the use of thoseinterested in the development of properties. Location in Yarmouth County. Very good. Postage will be less for this slim pamphlet. 20.00

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244 Nova Scotia - Department of Agriculture Province of Nova Scotia List of Farms for Sale.
Department of Agriculture, Halifax, N.S., 1930, 
(Nova Scotia – Department of Agriculture). Province of Nova Scotia List of Farms for Sale. Halifax, N.S.: Department of Agriculture, n.d. [1930?]. Pp [1]-43,(1). 8vo, blue printed stapled card covers. “This pamphlet contains a summarized description of all farms listed for sale with this Department,and is taken from information supplied by the owners or their representati ves. Further particulars can be obtained either from our files or by applying to the owners direct, Farms which have no price given have been reportedto us as for sale and price can be obtained by application to the owners.” (from the front cover). Divided by county : Guysboro (3 farms for sale lis ted); Halifax (23); Lunenburg (10); Queens (6); Shelburne (4); Yarmouth (26); Digby (8); Annapolis (34); Kings (49); Hants (36); Cumberland (58); Colchester (65); Pictou (52); Antigonish (17); Inverness (20); Victoria (16); Cape Breton (26); Richmond (6). Penned name, staples rusted, a few smudges, else very good. With a typed letter dated June 18, 1930 from H.H. Congdon, Supt. Land Settlement, laid in (foxed), 70.00

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245 Nova Scotia - Department of Mines and Energy CHATTERJEE, A.K. BOEHNER, R.C. CALDER, J.H. Fourth Annual Open House and Review of Activities, Mineral Resources Division, December 3 and 4, 1980 : Program and Summaries. Information Series No. 3.
Department of Mines and Energy, Halifax, N.S., 1980, 
(Nova Scotia – Department of Mines and Energy). Fourth Annual Open House and Review of Activities, Mineral Resources Division, December 3 and 4, 1980 : Program and Summaries. Information Series No. 3. Halifax, N.S.: Department of Mines and Energy, 1980. Pp (4),i-v,(1),1-106,(4). Illustrated. Maps. 4to, illustrated blue card covers, blue cloth tape spine. Contents : Major Exploration Programs in Nova Scotia - 1980 (by J. M. Bingley); Mineral Inventory (by N. A. Lyttle); Aggregate Resources of Eastern Cape Breton Island (by W. J. Wright and J. H. Fowler ); Polymetallic Mineralization in the Endo- and Exo-contact of the Wedgeport Pluton, Yarmouth County (by A.K. Chatterjee and J. D. Keppie); Geological Setting of the Lazy Head Tungsten-Copper Prospect, Guvsborouqh County, Nova Scotia (by W.G. Shaw); The Windsor Groupin the Mclntyre Lake area of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia (by P.S. Gile s); Preliminary Report on the Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Loch Lomond Basin, Cape Breton Island (by R. C. Boehner); History of Potash Exploration in Nova Scotia (by R. C. Boehner); Mineral Deposits of the Lunenburg-Queens County Area (by G. A. O'Reilly); Geology of the Sherbrooke Area, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia (by P. K. Smith); Fourchu Group Studies, Southeastern Cape Breton Island (by H. V. Donohoe, Jr); Petrology of Lower Cretaceous Silica Sands at Brazil Lake, Hants County, Nova Scotia (by R. R. Stea and J. H. Fowler); Geological Mapping of Coal-bearing Upper Carboniferous Strata in the Oxford Area (by J. H. Calder and G. Somers); Coal Exploration in the Springhill Coalfield (by J. H. Calder); Sydney Coalfield (by K. S. Gillis); Peatland Inventory (by W. Broughm); Plutonic Rocks of the Boisdale Hills, central Cape Breton Island (by S.M. Barr and J.R.D. Setter); Exploration Methods Project Work, Mineral Technology – College of Cape Breton (by H.R. Oldale). Spine and edges browned, else very good. 25.00

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246 Nova Scotia - Journal of Education LONGSTRETH, T. Morris ERSKINE, J.S. MARSHALL, M.V. Journal of Education, Fifth Series, Volume 7, Number 3, June, 1958
Department of Education, Halifax , 1958, 
(Nova Scotia – Journal of Education). Journal of Education. June, 1958. Fifth Series. Volume 7, Number 3. Halifax, N.S.: Department of Education, 1958. Pp [1]-52. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue and white stapled wrappers.Contents : The Principal and the Board (by Walter H. Worth); Libraries in Nova Scotian High Schools (by M.V. Marshall); My Philosophy of Industrial Arts (by Larry Dobranski); On Meeting Music Midway (by T. Morris Longstreth); Music at Auburn (by R.C. Swim); Plaster Rock (by J.S. Erskine); Nova Scotiana XXVII: 1. The Dartmouth Ferry a Hundred Years Ago. 2. School BuildingsOne Hundred Years Ago. 3. Novascotiana Published in 1957 (by Shirley B. El liott); Pollock Fishing (by J.S. Erskine); Prize-Winning Bicentenary Essays: “Canada's First Parliament – Nova Scotia, 1758: Its Significance after 200 Years” (by Ann Picketts, Truro Senior High School), “Representative Government: How Canada's First Parliament Began in Nova Scotia 200 Years Ago” (by Ann Smith, St. Amnrose School, Yarmouth); Cape Breton up to the 1860's (areview of Uniacke's Sketches of Cape Breton and ...); plus other miscellan eous items and poems. Rubbed, else very good. 12.00

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247 Nova Scotia - Journal of Education MUISE, Thomas W. SAUNDERS, Gary ELLIOTT, Shirley B. Journal of Education, Sixth Series, Volume 7, Number 1, January, 1981
Nova Scotia Department of Education, Halifax , 1981, 
(Journal of Education). Journal of Education, Sixth Series, Volume 7, Number 1, January, 1981. Halifax: Nova Scotia Department of Education, 1981. Pp (2),[1]-[41],(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue stapled wrappers. Contents : The Hampton Gray Project (By Alan E.MacDonald). Special Education in the Regular Classroom (by Grace E. Beuree ). Daniel: An Education Success Story (by Francis X. MacNeil). Toward a More Effective School (by Colin C. Purdy). Mskegooakade [about the salt marshes which fringe the estuaries of the Chebogue and Tusket rivers in southwestern Nova Scotia.]. (by C.R.K. Allen). Art on Wheels (by Gary Saunders). Video is More Than Tape (by Michael C. Jeffrey). Living and Learning in the Wilderness (by Alan Warner). Television's Age Could Not Breed Other Than Television's Child (by Thomas W. Muise). Searching for “Miss Grove” (by Robert P. Harvey). Novascotiana XCIII : The Children of Nova Scotia (by Shirley B.Elliott). Very good. For the issue 10.00

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248 Nova Scotia - Journal of Education SHAND, Gwendolyn V. WALES, Freda ELLIOTT, Shirley B. Journal of Education, Fifth Series, Volume 10, Number 1, January, 1961
Department of Education, Halifax , 1961, 
(Nova Scotia – Journal of Education). Journal of Education. January, 1961. Fifth Series. Volume 10, Number 1. Halifax, N.S.: Department of Education, 1961. Pp [1]-56. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : Reading in the Humanities (by Kai Nielsen); Adult Education Among the Negroes of Nova Scotia (by Gwendolyn V. Shand, pp 11-21); The Law of Liberty (by William D. VanZoost); All Roads Lead to Rome (by Wallace Barteaux);Composition Topics for Elementary and Junior High School Grades (by D.C. F raser); An International Reading Association Council Looks at Promotion Policies and the Teaching of Reading; The Lure of the Ski (by Freda Wales); Novascotiana XXXII : 1. Nova Scotian Communities of Ninety Years Ago (Antigonish, Middleton, Ovens, Pictou, Polly Bog, Richmond, Springhill, Yarmouth). 2. Joseph Howe Describes the Annapolis Valley (by Shirley B. Elliott); plusother miscellaneous items and poems. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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249 Nova Scotia - South Shore - Tourist Guide Tour of the Lighthouse Route : Nova Scotia's Beautiful South Shore
Ad-Formation Inc, Newcastle, N.B., 1990, 
(Nova Scotia – South Shore – Tourist Guide). Tour of the Lighthouse Route :Nova Scotia's Beautiful South Shore. (Newcastle, N.B.: Ad-Formation Inc., 1990). Pp [1]-87,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, illustrated black and white stapled wrappers. A guide book to Nova Scotia's South Shore region, with many advertisements and basic town maps of Yarmouth, Shelburne, Lockport, Liverpool, Bridgewater, Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, and Chester. Rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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250 Nova Scotia - Yarmouth] Yarmouth Town and County, Nova Scotia, Canada : The Western Gateway of NovaScotia
Town Council, Yarmouth, NS, 1918, 
[Nova Scotia - Yarmouth]. Yarmouth Town and County, Nova Scotia, Canada : "The Western Gateway of Nova Scotia" . Yarmouth, NS: issued under the approval of the Town Council of Yarmouth, 1918. Pp. (2),[1]-67,(3), + 4 p. of colour plates. Illustrated. Double column. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with yapped edges and blank spine. A short history of the westernmost town in Nova Scotia, covering all aspects of the history an operation of the town. Includes dozens of images of some of the more stately buildings erected during the town's history. Edges and spine ends nicked with some peeling to bottom right front corner, occasional foxing throughout, else vg. 125.00

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251 Nova Scotia Education) GAUDET, Alphonse B. CHIASSON, Remi J. SMITH, Harry D. Nova Scotia Bilingual Community College.
1971, 
(Nova Scotia Education). Nova Scotia Bilingual Community College. Report ofthe Community College Planning Commission. Submitted to the Government of Nova Scotia Yarmouth, March 31, 1971. By Alphonse B. Gaudet, Chairman, RemiJ. Chiasson, and Harry D. Smith. [n. pl.: n. pub., 1971]. Pp 115. [230]. I llustrated. Large 8vo, white printed card covers; text in both French and English (back to back). Some smudging to covers, ow vg. 35.00

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252 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly EATON, Ernest Lowden MORRISON, James H. WILLIAMS, Fred Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 10, Nos. 3 & 4, December 1980
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, 1980, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 10, Nos. 3 & 4, December 1980. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited, 1980. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited. Pp.(6),197-291,(1). 8vo, light grey cardcovers. Note: This was the last issue of the Quarterly, as the notice on the first page tells us, along with an announcement of the forthcoming Nova Scotia Historical Review. Contents: "The Dyke Lands" by Ernest Lowden Eaton (pp.197-211); "'Shank's Mare and other things ...' An Historical Glimpse at Travel in Northern Cape Breton" by Fred Williams (pp.213-220, [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 2669]); "Soldiers Storms and Seasons; Weather Watching in Nineteenth Century Halifax" by James H. Morrison (pp.221-241); "A Letter To My Country Friends", selections from letters by Robert Murray, editor of the Presbyterian Witness, published in that joournal from 1861-65, edited by E. M. Stevenson (pp.243-241); "The Bourque Family of Ste. Anne Du Ruisseau, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia" a genealogy by Joan BourqueCambell (pp.255-271); "Why did you say that?"; by Ruth C. Lewis (pp.273-27 7); "The Levee and Other New Year's Festivities"; by Allan C. Dunlop (pp.279-287). Very good. 10.00

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253 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly HATCHARD, K.A. MacLEOD, Carol RAYMOND, Ann Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 3, September 1978
Petheric Press, Halifax , 1978, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 8, No. 3, September 1978. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited,1978. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited.. Pp (4),195-272,(2). 8vo, o range card covers. Contents : "The History of the Apple Industry - Part 6" by Keith A. Hatchard, (pp 195-204); "Privateers and Petticoats" by Carol MacLeod, (pp 205-214); "End of the White Plague" by Joanna Hutiten, (on TB, tuberculosis, pp 215-223); "Andrew McKim, Reformer" by James Smith, (McKim (1779 - d. November 17, 1840, Amherst, Cumberland County), pp 225-242); "Additional Kings County Ship Building Records" by Ernest Lowden Eaton (pp 243-247); "Daniel Raymond of Yarmouth: A Pre-Loyalist Settler in Western Nova Scotia" [part one of two] a genealogy by Ann Raymond, (pp 249-259). With book reviews. Very good. 10.00

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254 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly HUGO, Adèle HATCHARD, Keith A RICKER, Helen S. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 3, September 1977
Petheric Press Limited / McCurdy Printing Co. Limited., Halifax, 1977, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 7, No. 3, September 1977. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited,1977. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited. Pp (4),205-303,(1). 8vo, be ige cardcovers. Contents: "Nova Scotia and the Reciprocity Negotiations. 1846-1854: A Re-Interpretation" by R. H. McDonald (pp.205-234, fisheries, trade, &c); "The Nova Scotia Apple History - Part 3"; by Keith A Hatchard (pp.235-241); "When Victor Hugo's Daughter was a Haligonian" by Robert Paton Harvey (Adèle Hugo, pp.243-256); "Glenwood, Yarmouth County, 1895-1909" by Helen S. Ricker (pp.257-265); "The North Shore Langilles of Nova Scotia" a genealogy by Gerald Eugene Byers (pp.267-292). With book reviews. Very good. 10.00

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255 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly PULLEN, H.F. RAND, Silas T. SHERWOOD, Roland H. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 1, March 1975
Petheric Press Limited / McCurdy Printing Co. Limited., Halifax, 1975, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, No.4, March 1975. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited, 1975. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited. Pp (4),1-97,(1). 8vo, pale pink cardcovers. Contents: "Willie Goes to War"; by Alan C. Dunlop (pp.1-20, on William Johnston Tupper, youngest son and the North West Rebellion of 1885); "Treasure for the Taking" by Elsie Churchill Tolson (pp.21-30, on Sir William Phips); "Yarmouth Stream Packets 1839-1889" by R. B. Powell (pp.31-46,the Saxe Gotha, the Linda, the S.S. Yarmouth, the North America, &c); "The Teacher's Reward: Alexander Forrester at Truro" by Robert Paton Harvey (pp .47-68, the founding of the Truro Normal School, &); "Publication of Genealogies of Nova Scotia Families" by Terry Punch (pp.69-70); "Tobin Genealogy"; by Terrence M. Punch (pp.71-81). With book reviews and "Notes on Nova Scotia". Very good. 10.00

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256 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly SHERWOOD, Roland H. CAMPBELL, Bertha CAMERON, J.M. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 1976
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, 1976, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 6, No. 2, June 1976. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited, 1976. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited. Pp.(4),109-230,(2). 8vo, wine cardcovers. Of nautical interest: "They Built a Fortune" by Roland H. Sherwood (pp.109-118, primarily on Ewan Clarke Crerar and Daniel Crerar, sea captains of Pictou in the 19th century, ships mentioned include the Lord Ashburton [wrecked off Grand Manan, January 1857], the Athol, and the Wolfe [builtat Brandy Cove, N.B.]); "A Shipbuilding Document from Sherbrooke Village" with an introduction by J. N. Grant; (pp.159-165, the text of an 1873 document, signed by shipbuilder Alexander Neil McDonald, giving the specifications, likely for the barque Glen Grant, launched in 1874.). Other contents: "The Pictou Bank" by James M. Cameron (pp.119-144); "The Crossing of Bear River" by R. B. Powell (pp.145-158, on the bridges); "A Genealogy File" by Ruth Auwarter ((pp.167-172, how to build genealogy files, using as an examplegenealogy material on the Waitstill Lewis family of Yarmouth.); "Early His tory of St. Andrews's Wesley United Church of Canada: Springhill, Nova Scotia" by Bertha Campbell (pp.173-192}; "Cape Breton in 1867" (a text by John G. Bourinot which originally appeared in The New Dominion Monthly (May 1868) here edited by Brian. D. Tennyson (pp.193-206 [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1708]); "The Morris Family : Surveyors-General" by Ethel Alderson Crathorne(pp.207-216). With book reviews by M. Allen Gibson. Very good. 10.00

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257 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly SMITH, James F. LEEFE, John COBB, Silvanus) Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 4, December 1973
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, 1973, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 3, No. 4, December 1973. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited, 1973. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited. Pp.(4),259-353,(1). 8vo, light grey cardcovers, blank spine. Of nautical interest : "Crossing to Catastrophe" by James F. Smith (pp.309-322) On the sinking of the passenger steamer Fairy Queen on October 7 & 8, 1853, on a run from Charlottetown to Pictou. The captain (W.R. Belyea) and most of the crew left most of the 15 passengers aboard, leading to public outrage and the laying of manslaughter charges). Also John Leefe's "The Bounty Hunter" (pp.333-340). On the New Englander, Silvanus Cobb (1709-1762, see DCB III:128-130) and his 1755 anti-smuggling mission for Governor Lawrence in the sloop York (the DCB gives this asthe 80-ton York and Halifax), and the capture (in concert with H.M. Sloop Vulture) of the French schooner Marguerite. Also : Allan Marble's "Some Notable Achievements of Native Nova Scotians" (pp.259-279); Mortimer V. Marshall's "Yarmouth and Argyle, 1814-1851" (gleanings from Grand Jurors Book, pp.281-301); Geoffrey Bilsons' "Dr. Adamson's Cholera Cure" (pp.323-332); Blaine Adams' "The 'King's Bastion Barracks' in Louisbourg" (pp.303-308). Withbook reviews and "Notes on Nova Scotia". Very good. 10.00

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Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society Volume 29, Nova Scotia Historical Society COX, George H. STAYNER, Charles St.C
258 Nova Scotia Historical Society COX, George H. STAYNER, Charles St.C Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society Volume 29
Nova Scotia Historical Society / Halcraft Printing Limited, 1951, 1951 
Nova Scotia Historical Society. Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society Volume 29. Halifax : The Nova Scotia Historical Society, 1951. "Printed for the Society by the Halcraft Printing Limited" [sic]. Pp (4),v-xvii,(1),[1]-177,(1). 8vo (155 x 233 mm), grey paper-covered boards, with black lettering to front & spine.

J.G. Adshead's "Hon. John Salusbury, 1707-62" (pp.1-21);

Justice V.J. Pottier's "An Acadian Becomes a Nova Scotian" (pp.22-40, on his great, great grandfather Dominique Pottier);

Miss Gene Morison's "Herbert Huntington" (pp.43-61, 1800-1851 a native of Yarmouth);

Charles St. C. Stayner's "The Sandemanian Loyalists" (pp.62-123, with much on early Halifax);

Dr George H. Cox's "Sidelights on the Chesapeake Affair, 1863-4" (pp.124-137);

Miss Helen Whidden's "The Way of the Smiths" (pp.138-152, with much on Selma, Hants County);

Lilias M. Toward's "The Influence of Scottish Clergy on Early Education in Cape Breton" (Tennyson 586, Tennyson's Cape Bretoniana 4652, pp. 152-177).

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Now it can be told! : The Eastern Canadian Port, Nova Scotia Light and Power Company Limited)
259 Nova Scotia Light and Power Company Limited) Now it can be told! : The Eastern Canadian Port
Imperial Publishing, (Halifax, 1946, 
(Nova Scotia Light and Power Company Limited). Now it can be told!. (Halifax : Printed by the Imperial Publishing Co. Ltd., 1946). Pp [1]-48. Illustrated. Large 8vo, stapled grey wrappers.

With cover heading, The Eastern Canadian Port.

Includes about 100 photos.

Sections include:
Thwarting the Sabotage Experts;
And Halifax Became "An East Coast Port";
And So... Degaussing Was Born;
The Case of "The Illegitimate Squawker";
They Came in on the "Highball";
Once ... We Controlled a Fleet of Warships;
So Classes Were Suspended;
Homer Called It "The Magic Circle";
Cape Breton to California;
R.C.A.F.to the Rescue;
Down Yarmouth Way; many others.

Light edgewear, else very good. 50.00

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260 Nova Scotia Lodge of Research) HARRIS, R.V. LAWSON, J. Murray ARMITAGE, William J. Transactions of the Nova Scotia Lodge of Research, A.F. and A.M. Vol. 4, No. 1, 1919-20
Nova Scotia Lodge of Research, 1920, 
(Nova Scotia Lodge of Research). Transactions of the Nova Scotia Lodge of Research, A.F. and A.M. Vol. 4, No. 1, 1919-20. N.pl.: Nova Scotia Lodge of Research, (1920). Pp {1]-55,(1) including covers. 8vo, stapled self-wraps. "These papers were read at meetings of the Lodge jointly with other lodges,or at the annual meeting held at Yarmouth, June 1920." Contents : 1. The H istory of the Royal Standard Lodge, 398 R.E., Part I (1815-66) (by G.L. Stephens and R.V. Harris, pp 2-31). 2. The Physical Qualifications of Candidates (by W.M. Christie, pp 32-37). 3. The Three Kings and the Four Hirams (byJ. Murray Lawson, pp 38-45). 4. The Life and Masonic Work of John Albro, P rov. Grand Master, 1820-39 (by Wm. J. Armitage, pp 46-55). Lightly rubbed, name, else very good. 60.00

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