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41 CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29 History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Mika reprint
Mika Studio, Belleville, ON, 1972, 
CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Belleville, ON : Mika Studio, 1972. Facsimile of the original edition published in 1876 by J. & A. McMillan, Saint John, NB. Pp. (14),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200. With 10 illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Errata slip pasted to inside front cover. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29. Contents : Introductory Chapter. I. Limits of the County - Physical character - Climate - Natural History. II. Introductory Historical Facts - Earliest references. III. Aboriginal Inhabitants - Indian relics - French settlers and settlements. IV. Early English settlers - The county known to American fishermen before settled - Government offers to intending settlers - Grants. V. The first arrivals - Their locations, condition and first experiences. VI. Progress of the work of Settlement - Committee appointed by Council - Rules for their guidance. VII. Continued influx till 1764 - First notice of Argyle and Publico - Mr. Crawley's return - Personal references. VIII. Increase between 1764-7 - Township grant - Marks of progress - Grist amd Saw Mills. IX. Opening up of the County by-roads - Public worship - First Ministers - Chebogue Church raised. X. Township of Argyle - When set apart - Successive settlement of Argyle, Tusket, Eel Brook and Pubnico - the D'Entremonts. XI. Fresh arrivals - Memorial for a Re-adjustment of County limits - Colonial troubles of 1755 - Politics of the period. XII. Third Decade 1780-90 -Loyalists Element in the County - Cape Forchue meeting house - Escheated p roperty - Partition of the Township of Yarmouth - Original settlers of Tusket - Church Covenant of 1784. XIII. Commercial progress - Fishing; Early local merchants - Yarmouth made a Port of Shelburne; J.N. Bond - Religious Revolution; Henry Alline - Jonathan Scott - Harris Harding; Religious Census - Original home and first locations of early settlers. XIV. Opening of the Nineteenth Century - Condition of Roads and Bridges - Institution of the Post Office - H.G. Farish - Progress in Public Buildings - Episcopal Church -Abbe Sigogne - Social Conveniences. XV. Supremacy of Yarmouth gradually as serted - War of 1812-14 - Loyal Memorial - Defences. XVI. The Story of Yarmouth Shipping Enterprise - Anthony Landers - Rise of the Methodist body - The Free Baptists - Rise and Progress of Sunday Schools. XVII. Social Progress of 1800 - Negro Slaves - New Settlements - Salmon River - Kemptville - Beaver River - Ohio - Hebron - Carleton - Temperance and Total Abstinance Societies - Great Fire of 1820. XVIII. Political and Educational progress - Confederation - Incorporation - Judicial history of the County - Courts - Common Pleas - Our Schools and School-Masters. XIX. Literature - Literary remains - The Press. XX. Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Settlement of Yarmouth. XXI. The Town of Yarmouth - Churches; Schools - Privateresidences - Banks - Insurance offices - Manufacturers - Agricultural Soci eties - Synopsis - Steam by Land and Water - Fisheries - General Trade - Recapitulation. Owner's name, else very good. 50.00

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42 CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29. History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Mika reprint
Mika Studio, Belleville, ON, 1972, ISBN:0919302408 
CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Belleville, ON : Mika Studio, 1972. Facsimile of the original edition published in 1876 by J. & A. McMillan, Saint John, NB. Pp. (14),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200. With 10 illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Errata slip pasted to inside front cover. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29. Contents : Introductory Chapter. I. Limits of the County - Physical character - Climate - Natural History. II. Introductory Historical Facts - Earliest references. III. Aboriginal Inhabitants - Indian relics - French settlers and settlements. IV. Early English settlers - The county known to American fishermen before settled - Government offers to intending settlers - Grants. V. The first arrivals - Their locations, condition and first experiences. VI. Progress of the work of Settlement - Committee appointed by Council - Rules for their guidance. VII. Continued influx till 1764 - First notice of Argyle and Publico - Mr. Crawley's return - Personal references. VIII. Increase between 1764-7 - Township grant - Marks of progress - Grist amd Saw Mills. IX. Opening up of the County by-roads - Public worship - First Ministers - Chebogue Church raised. X. Township of Argyle - When set apart - Successive settlement of Argyle, Tusket, Eel Brook and Pubnico - the D'Entremonts. XI. Fresh arrivals - Memorial for a Re-adjustment of County limits - Colonial troubles of 1755 - Politics of the period. XII. Third Decade 1780-90 -Loyalists Element in the County - Cape Forchue meeting house - Escheated p roperty - Partition of the Township of Yarmouth - Original settlers of Tusket - Church Covenant of 1784. XIII. Commercial progress - Fishing; Early local merchants - Yarmouth made a Port of Shelburne; J.N. Bond - Religious Revolution; Henry Alline - Jonathan Scott - Harris Harding; Religious Census - Original home and first locations of early settlers. XIV. Opening of the Nineteenth Century - Condition of Roads and Bridges - Institution of the Post Office - H.G. Farish - Progress in Public Buildings - Episcopal Church -Abbe Sigogne - Social Conveniences. XV. Supremacy of Yarmouth gradually as serted - War of 1812-14 - Loyal Memorial - Defences. XVI. The Story of Yarmouth Shipping Enterprise - Anthony Landers - Rise of the Methodist body - The Free Baptists - Rise and Progress of Sunday Schools. XVII. Social Progress of 1800 - Negro Slaves - New Settlements - Salmon River - Kemptville - Beaver River - Ohio - Hebron - Carleton - Temperance and Total Abstinance Societies - Great Fire of 1820. XVIII. Political and Educational progress - Confederation - Incorporation - Judicial history of the County - Courts - Common Pleas - Our Schools and School-Masters. XIX. Literature - Literary remains - The Press. XX. Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Settlement of Yarmouth. XXI. The Town of Yarmouth - Churches; Schools - Privateresidences - Banks - Insurance offices - Manufacturers - Agricultural Soci eties - Synopsis - Steam by Land and Water - Fisheries - General Trade - Recapitulation. Errata slip pasted inside front cover. Faint soiling to spine, bookplate, else very good. 40.00

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43 CAMPBELL, J.R. History of the County of Yarmouth. brown cloth.
McMillan, Saint John , 1876, 
CAMPBELL, J.R. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Saint John: J. & A. McMillan, 1876. Pp (8),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200,+ 9 plates + title-page vignette [listed in list erroneously as on p.3]. 8vo, brown cloth. Morley p.95, Watters p.661, Rhodenizer p.564. Cloth only lightly rubbed, a few small wateratains to rear board, waterstaining to edges of a few leaves (not affecting text), occasional light foxing, pages 119-121 loose but not detached, else a very nice copy. 150.00

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44 CAMPBELL, J.R. History of the County of Yarmouth. green cloth. errata slip
McMillan, Saint John , 1876, 
CAMPBELL, J.R. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Saint John: J. & A. McMillan, 1876. Pp (8),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200,(2),+ 9 plates + title- page vignette [listed in list erroneously as on p.3]. 8vo, green cloth. Morley p.95, Watters p.661, Rhodenizer p.564. Wear to spine ends and corners, small chip to centre spine, light stains to covers, hinges starting, name, foxing to front and rear blanks, else vg. With Errata slip pasted in opposite p.[vii]. 110.00

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45 CAMPBELL, J.R. History of the County of Yarmouth. maroon cloth.
McMillan, Saint John , 1876, 
CAMPBELL, J.R. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Saint John : J. & A. McMillan, 1876. Pp (8),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200,(2),+ 9 plates + title-page vignette [listed in list erroneously as on p.3]. 8vo, maroon cloth. Morley p.95, Watters p.661, Rhodenizer p.564. Chipped at spine ends, worn at edges and corners, spine faded to brown, hinges cracked, previous owner's inkstamps, some foxing, else vg. 110.00

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46 CAMPBELL, Mary P Three Tall Tales
Sydney Literacy Council, Sydney, N.S., 1985, ISBN:0920877001 
CAMPBELL, Mary P. Three Tall Tales. (Sydney, N.S.: Sydney Literacy Council,1985). Pp (2),3-16,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white stapled card c overs, lettered in red. Three Tall Tales, to be used after Skill Book 3, "Laubach Way to Reading," and correlated reader, "Changes". Contents : Tall Tale ("One Saturday night, three young men left a dance in Christmas Island.It was a cold, windy night and there was a lot of snow..."). Taller Tale ( "To and his Uncle Joe were picking blueberries in Loch Lomond. They had been picking blueberries for three days and they still didn't have enough to make a pie. This made Tom and Joe very sad, as they liked blueberry pie..."). Tallest Tale ("A little boat was making its way to shore near Yarmouth. On the boat was the Captain, three of his men, and the little old woman who owned the boat..."). Ex-library (spine label, rear pouch), else very good. 20.00

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47 CAMPBELL. J.R., Rev. History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Paperback reprint.
Argyle Municipality Historical & Genealogical Society, Tusket, Nova Scotia , 1997, ISBN:0969829868 
CAMPBELL. J.R., Rev. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Tusket, Nova Scotia : "Reprinted by Argyle Municipality Historical & Genealogical Society", 1997. Pp (14),[vii]-xvi,[1]--200,(2). 8vo, dark blue cardcovers, with gold lettering to front & spine. Very good. 30.00

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48 Canaadian National - Grand Trunk Railway) Across Canada The National Way : Atlantic to Pacific
Canaadian National - Grand Trunk, 1924, 
(Canaadian National - Grand Trunk Railway). Across Canada "The National Way" : Atlantic to Pacific. [Toronto?] : Canaadian National - Grand Trunk, n.d. [1924?]. Pp (4),[3]-155,(3), frontispiece + 9 plates. 8vo, maroon leatherette, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Canada—Its Attractions and Resources. Atlantic to the Pacific—Transcontinental Service: Halifax to Truro; Truro to Sackville; Sackville to Moxcton; Moncton to Montreal; Montreal to Winnipeg; Quebec to Winnipeg; Toronto to Winnipeg via Port Arthur and Fort William; Toronto to Winnipeg via North Bay and Cochrane; Winnipeg to Vancouver. Sydney to Truro. Halifax to Yarmouth. St. John to Moncton. St. John to Quebec via Quebec Bridge. Moncton to Quebec via Quebec Bridge. Quebec to Montreal via North Shore. Montreal to Toronto via G. T. R. Ottawa to Toronto. Red Pass Junction to Prince Rupert. Province of Nova Scotia. Province of Prince Edward Island. Province of New Brunswick. Province of Quebec. Province of Ontario. Province of Manitoba. Province of Saskatchewan. Province of Alberta. Province of British Columbia. Slightly splayed, wearto spine ends and corners, gilt lettering partially rubbed off, else good. 75.00

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49 Canada - Canadian Parliament Canadian Parliament : Biographical Sketches and Photo-engravures of the Senators and Members of the House of Commons of Canada
Perrault Printing Co., Montreal , 1906, 
Canada - Canadian Parliament. The Canadian Parliament : Biographical Sketches and Photo-engravures of the Senators and Members of the House of Commonsof Canada. Being the Tenth Parliament, Elected November 3, 1904. Montreal : The Perrault Printing Co., 1906. Pp. (8),[9]-255,(1, errata). Tall 8vo, wine cloth with bevelled edges, gilt lettering and decoration to front, plain spine. Full of photos and short biographies. Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir Frederick W. Borden (Minister of Militia) from Nova Scotia; W.S. Fielding (Minister of Finance) from Nova Scotia; H.R. Emmerson (Minister of Railways and Canals) from New Brunswick; Senator Charles Edward Church (b. January 3, 1835 ,Tancook Island, Lunenburg County); Senator John Lovitt (b. October 9, 1832, Yarmouth); Senator William MacDonald (b. October 7, 1837, River Deny's Road, Inverness County, Cape Breton); Senator David MacKeen (b. September 23, 1839, Mabou, Cape Breton); Senator J.D. McGregor (b. September 1, 1838, New Glasgow, Pictou County); Senator Thomas McKay of Truro(b. Januaryr 8, 1839, Pictou County); Senator William Miller of Arichat (b . February 12, 1834, Antigonish); Senator Lawrence G. Power (b. August 9, 1841, Halifax); Senator James E. Robertson of Montague (b. October 8, 1840, New Perth, Prince Edward Island); Senator William Ross (b. December, 1825, Boularderie Island, Cape Breton); Senator Josiah Wood of Sackville, New Brunswick (b. April 18, 1845, Sackville, New Brunswick; Clerk of the House Thomas Barnard Flint (b. April 28, 1847, Yarmouth); Leader of the Opposition Robert L. Borden (b. June 26, 1854, Grand Pré, Nova Scotia); Alexander Johnston, MP for Sydney (b. April 24, 1867, Red Island, Richmond County, Cape Breton); Frederick A. Lawrence, MP for Colchester (b. April 23, 1843, Port Hood, Inverness County, Cape Breton); Angus McLennan, MP for Inverness (b. May 3, 1844, Broad Cove, Inverness County, Cape Breton); &c, &c. Tear to flyleaf, else very good in original cloth, with bright gilt. 160.00

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50 Canadian National Railways) Scenic Canada : Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route
Canadian National Railways, 1929, 
(Canadian National Railways). Scenic Canada : Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route . [N.pl.]: (Canadian National Railways, 1929). Pp. (96). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong 8vo, decorated yarn-bound grey card covers. A photographic cross-Canada journal showcasing the natural beauty of the country's scenic rail route. Includes a panoramic map near rear showing all the stops on the Canadian National Railways system, extending into the Grand Trunk Railway System and the Central Vermont Railway. Photos of Nova Scotia interest (early in the volume) include: Halifax - Old Clock Tower, Citadel Hill; Chester; Yarmouth - "noted for its beautiful hedges"; Lunenburg; Musquodoboit River - "salmon fishing"; The Margaree valley; The Wentworth Valley - "as seen from the Ocean Limited". Faint dampstain to bottom left corner of front cover, a couple of tape-repaired tears tothe leaves: "The Margaree Valley/The Wentworth Valley" and "Canadian Natio nal Railways Car Ferry/Provincial Legislative Buildings" (pp. 13-16), else vg. 65.00

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51 Canadian National Railways) Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route]. 1925 ed.
Canadian National Railways, 1925, 
(Canadian National Railways). Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route] . [N.pl.]: (Canadian National Railways, 1925). Pp.(96). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong 8vo, decorated bluis h-grey card covers with raised gold letters to front and blank spine. A photographic cross-Canada journal showcasing the natural beauty of the country's scenic rail route. Includes a panoramic map near rear showing all the stops on the Canadian National Railways system, extending into the Grand Trunk Railway System and the Central Vermont Railway. Photos of Nova Scotia interest (early in the volume) include: Halifax - Old Clock Tower, Citadel Hill; Chester; Yarmouth - "noted for its beautiful hedges"; Lunenburg; Musquodoboit River - "salmon fishing"; The Margaree valley; The Wentworth Valley -"as seen from the Ocean Limited". Light edgewear, else a very nice copy. 7 5.00

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52 Canadian National Railways) Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route]. 1925 ed. faint soiling.
Canadian National Railways, 1925, 
(Canadian National Railways). Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route] . [N.pl.]: (Canadian National Railways, 1925). Pp.(96). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong 8vo, decorated grey string-bound card covers with raised brown letters to front and blank spine. A photographic cross-Canada journal showcasing the natural beauty of the country's scenic rail route. Includes a panoramic map near rear showing allthe stops on the Canadian National Railways system, extending into the Gra nd Trunk Railway System and the Central Vermont Railway. Photos of Nova Scotia interest (early in the volume) include: Halifax - Old Clock Tower, Citadel Hill; Chester; Yarmouth - "noted for its beautiful hedges"; Lunenburg; Musquodoboit River - "salmon fishing"; The Margaree valley; The Wentworth Valley - "as seen from the Ocean Limited". Faint dampsoiling to front cover (upper left front corner) and head of spine, creasing to upper right front corner, faint vertical crease, rear hinge tender, else vg. 50.00

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53 Canadian Poetry) BARTLETT, Brian CLARKE, George Elliott DWYER, Deirdre Windhorse : Reader : Choice Poems of '94. Second Edition
Samurai Press, Yarmouth, NS, 1994, 
(Canadian Poetry). Windhorse : Reader : Choice Poems of '94. (Yarmouth, NS : Samurai Press), [1994]. Second Edition. Pp. 45. 12mo, white printed card covers. A selection of 26 poems by various Canadian authors, including NovaScotian writers Brian Bartlett and Deirdre Dwyer. Very good. 15.00

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54 Canoe Routes - Nova Scotia) Canoe Routes of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Camping Association, Halifax, 1967, 
(Canoe Routes - Nova Scotia). Canoe Routes of Nova Scotia. (Halifax: Nova Scotia Camping Association, 1967). Pp. (1),2-110. Maps. 4to, black comb-bound, pale blue card covers, lettered in black. This volume includes the following routes : Cape Breton : Lake Ainsle to Margaree Forks - Mira River - Mira River and Salmon River - Portree Bridge to Margaree Forlcs - Southwest Margaree River. Cumberland County : La Planch River - Parrsboro to Hancock Brook. Colchester County : Musquodoboit River - Stewiake River. Halifax County : Banook Lake to Shubenacadie - Dartmouth to Maitland. Annapolis County : Auburn to Annapolis Royal. Digby County: Lake Jolly to Sissiboo - Sissiboo River to Weymouth. Yarmouth County : East Branch of Tusket River - Lake Jolly down Tusket River - New Tusket to Kemptville. Shelburne County : Barrington River - Beaver Dam Lake to Round Bay - Clyde River - Roseway River - Skudiak Lake to Junction Lake - Skudiak Lake to Roseway River. Queens County : Big Dam to Lake Rossingnol - Lake Rossignol - Rossignol to Broad River - Rossignol to Highway #3 - Eighteen Mile Brook to Indian Gardens - Eighteen Mile Brook to Greenfield - Camerons Landing to Greenfield - Pleasant River to Camerons Landing - Caledonia to Cameron Lake - Pleasant River to Greenfield - Greenfield to Mill Village - Low Landing to First Lake "Trip A" - Low Landing to First Lake "Trip B" - Eight Mile Lake to Midway River - Ten Mile Lake to Mersey River - Jordan River. Guysborough County : Cameron Settlement to Island Lake - Crooked Brook to Island Lake - Rockey Lake to New Chester Road - Rockey Lake to South Arm Lake. Very good. 12.50

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55 CARR, Cecil T. (ed.). Burt Franklin: Research & Source Works Series 551. Selected Essays in History, Economics, & Social Science 1574. Select Charters of Trading Companies A,D. 1530-1707
Burt Franklin, New York, 1970, 
CARR, Cecil T., (ed.). Select Charters of Trading Companies A,D. 1530-1707.New York: Burt Franklin, (1970). Facsimile Reprint of original 1913 editio n. Pp (10), [ix]-cxxxvi,[1]-297,(3). Index. 8vo, grey-green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Very good. 85.00 Burt Franklin: Research & Source Works Series 551. Selected Essays in History, Economics, & Social Science 1574. "The forty-one grants which form the text of this book are taken from the Patent Rolls. With three exceptions, they are grants of formal incorporation. They cover a period which ends with the South Sea crisis. " (from the Preface). Contents : 1. Merchants Trading to Andalusia, 1st December, 1530. 2. Mines Royal Company, 28th May, 1568. 3. Mineral and Battery Society, 28th May, 1568. 4. New Art Society, 4th December, 1571. 5. Fellowship of English Merchants for Discovery of New Trades, 12th February, 1576-7. 6. Levant Company, 31st December, 1600. 7. Mineral and Battery Works Society, 22nd January, 1603-4. 8. Newfoundland Company, 2nd May, 1610 [pp.51-62]; 9. Company of Merchants Trading to France, 12th July, 1611. 10. Fellowship of the King's Merchants Adventurers of the NewTrade, 29th August, 1615. . 11. African Company, 16th November, 1618. 12. New River Company, 21st June, 1619. 13. London Starchmakers's Company, 13th May, 1622. 14. London Goldwiredrawers' Company, 14th June, 1623. 15. Westminster Soapers' Society, 21st June, 1631. 16. South and North Shields Saltmakers' Society, 23rd December, 1635. 17. Yarmouth Saltmakers' Society, 25th May, 1636. 18. London Soapmakers' Society, 22nd May, 1637. 19. South and North Shields Saltmakers' Society, 11th March, 1638-9. 20. Company of Royal Adventurers into Africa, 18th December, 1660. 21. Company of Royal Adventurers into Africa, 10th January, 1662-3. 22. Royal Fishing Company, 14th March, 1663-4. 23. Royal African Company, 27th September, 1672. 24. York Buildings Concession, 7th May, 1675. 25. Royal Fishery of England Company, 25th September, 1677. 26. White Paper Makers' Company, 23rd July, 1686. 27. Fire Office, 18th February, 1687-8. 28. King and Queen''s Corporation for Linen Manufacture, 27th May, 1690. 29. English Copper Miners' Company, 3rd August, 1691. 30. English Copper Miners' Company, Extension to Ireland, 22nd September, 1691. 31. Hollow Sword Blades Company, 13th October, 1691. 32. Cumberland Pearl-Fishers' Company, 24th March, 1691-2. 33. Tapestry Makers' Company, 12th April, 1692. 34. Company for Melting down Lead with Pit Coal, 4th July, 1692. 35. Royal Lutestring Company, 15th October, 1692. 36. Saltpetre Company, 29th October, 1692. 37. Company for Digging and Working of Mines, 7th September,, 1693. 38. Welsh Copper Miners' Company, 10th April, 1694. 39. Mine Adventurers' Company, 26th April, 1704. 40. Amicable Society, 25th July, 1706. 41. Charitable Corporation, 22nd December, 1707. Newfoundland Company, 2nd May, 1610 [pp.51-62]; (Patent Rolls, 8 Jac. I., pt. viii.) "Know ye whereas divers our loving and well-disposed subjects are desirous to make plantation to inhabit and establish a colony or colonies in the southern and eastern parts of the country and isle or islands commonly called Newfound Land, unto the coast and harbours whereof the subjects of this our Realm of England have for the space of fifty years and upwards yearly used to resort in no small numbers to fish, intending by such plantation and inhabiting both to secure and make safe the saidtrade of fishing to our subjects for ever, and also to make some commendab le benefit for the use of mankind by the lands and some commendable benefitfor the use of mankind by the lands and profits thereof which hitherto fro m the beginning (as it seemeth manifest) hath remained unprofitable, and for better performance of such their purpose and intentions have humbly besought our regal authority and assistance, [...] - p.51. Very good. 85.00

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56 CASGRAIN, H.R. Pelerinage au pays d'Evangeline. Second Edition
Imprimerie de L.-J. Demers & Frère, Québec , 1888, 
CASGRAIN, L'Abbé H.-R. Un Pèlerinage au pays d'Évangeline. Deuxième Édition. Québec Imprimerie de L.-J. Demers et Frère, 1888. Pp (2),[1]-544,(2), frontispiece map. 8vo, black leather spine, green marbled boards. A description of a trip made from Quebec to the Maritime Provinces in 1885, although the majority of the book deals with Acadian history and the deportation of the Acadians to various American states (Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts). Contents : 1. De Québec à Campbellton. — Les Micmacs de Ristigouche. — Souvenirs d'enfance. — Combat naval de 1760. — Lecollège de Memramcouk. 2. Une promenade à Peticoudiac. — Souvenir de l'Exp ulsion. — Noël Brassard. — Le Fort Beauséjour. — La Grand-Prée. 3. Les Acadiens après le traité d' Utrecht. — Lettre de la reine Anne. — Le gouverneurNicholson et ses successeurs retiennent les Acadiens malgré eux. — Le Serm ent d'allégeance. — Piège tendu par le gouverneur Armstrong pour l'arracher. — L'Enseigne Wroth. — Serment de neutralité prêté sous Philipps. — Persécutions religieuses. — Cornwallis exige un serment sans réserve. — Charles Lawrence. — Son caractère. —Désarmement des Acadiens. — Le Plan du juge Morris. 4. Triste abandon des Acadiens. — Leurs Missionnaires. — Winslow à la Grand-Prée. — Caractère des Acadiens, — Proclamation de Winslow. — Dépêche de sir Thomas Robinson. 5. La chasse aux Acadiens. — Les premiers embarquements. — Remords de Winslow. — La journée du huit octobre. — Incendie des villages. — De la Grand-Prée à Annapolis. 6. Continuation du Pèlerinage. — LesAcadiens en Géorgie. — En Louisiane. — Un planteur acadien. 7. Les Acadien s dans la Caroline du Sud. — A la rivière Saint-Jean. — Dans la Pensylvanie. — Préjugés contre eux. — Sympathies des huguenots français. 8. Appel à l'Assemblée de la Pensylvanie. — Au roi d'Angleterre. — Lord Loudun. — Dernières indignités. — Comment les exilés s'éteignent en Pensylvanie. 9. Persécutions dans les colonies du Nord. — Les Acadiens prisonniers en Angleterre. — Mémoire de M. de la Rochette. 10. Les Acadiens dans le Massachusetts. — Cruautés des Puritains. — Dislocation des familles. — Les proscrits au Maryland. — Etienne Hébert. — Les Acadiens au Canada. — L'aumônier du général deRochambeau. 11. Férocité de Lawrence. — Le capitaine Prebble au cap de Sab le. — Les Acadiens pourchassés par Lawrence. — Sa mort. — Retour des exilésà la Grand-Prée. — Nouvelles déportations. — Blâme de l'Angleterre. — Emig ration aux Antilles. 12. Le gouverneur Franklin. — Son humanité. — L'abbé Bailly de Messein. — Sa mission en Acadie. — Les d'Entremont. — MM. Bourg etLeRoux. 13. Délaissement des Acadiens. — Secours providentiel. -- Réorgani sation. — Les exilés de la révolution française en Acadie. — MM. Desjardinset Ciquard. 14. L'abbé de Calonne. — Les Acadiens à l'île du Prince-Edouar d. — Aux îles de la Madeleine. — Au Cap-Breton. 15. Jean-Baptiste Doucet. —L'abbé Sigogne au cap de Sable et à Sainte-Marie. — Un désastre. 16. Halib urton. — Abolition du serment du test. — Les Acadiens de nos jours. 17. De Saint-Jean, N.-B., à Yarmouth. — Mgr Sweeney. — Charles de La Tour et d'Aulnay de Charnisay. 18. Saint- Michel de Tousquet. — L'abbé Parker. — Une verte leçon. — Vn dimanche à Tousquet. — Une vision de la Grand-Prée. 19. Tousquet et ses traditions. — La Butte à la Croix. — L'abbé Maillard et les exilés de la Nouvelle- Angleterre. — La famille Pothier. — Le village de Belleville. — Sainte-Anne du Ruisseau. — Le dialecte acadien. — La baie d'Argyle. — Les d'Entreniont de Pomcoup. — Mathieu Kénini. 20. Les paroisses de la baie Sainte-Marie. — La tombe de l'abbé Sigogne. — Mœurs acadiennes. -- L'anse aux Grosses Coques. — Les premières familles venues de l'exil. — Madeleine Du bois. 21. De l'a Ville-Française au Cap-Breton. Sissibou. détroit deCanseau. — Le Bras-d'Or. — Chéticarap. -- Arichat. — Shédiac. — Une arrièr e-petite-fille du notaire LeBlanc. — Louis Bastarache. — Conclusion. Appendice. Text in French. Spine ends and all edges worn, waterstain to top corner of map, soiling to last page of Table of Contents, tape repair to one page (399-400), else a very good solid copy. 100.00

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57 CASTLEBURY, John 2 Legs in the Afternoon
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1993, ISBN:088999532x 
CASTLEBURY, John. 2 Legs in the Afternoon. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1993). Pp (8),[9]-106,(6). 8vo, white card covers. John Castlebury was born and raised in Brooklyn, and on Long Island, New York, and immigrated to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in 1989 with his family. Vg. 7.50

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58 CASTLEBURY, John 2 Legs in the Afternoon. signed
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1993, ISBN:088999532x 
CASTLEBURY, John. 2 Legs in the Afternoon. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1993). Pp (8),[9]-106,(6). 8vo, white card covers. John Castlebury was born and raised in Brooklyn, and on Long Island, New York, and immigrated to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in 1989 with his family. Vg. Signed, inscribed and dated by the author on the title page. 12.00

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59 CASTLEBURY, John Aspiration Highway : 108 Poems.
Samurai Press, Yarmouth , 2007, ISBN:9780978419905 
CASTLEBURY, John. Aspiration Highway : 108 Poems. Yarmouth : Samurai Press,2007. First Edition. Pp (12),1-145,(3). 8vo, white card covers. A collecti on of poems by this Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, buddhist poet. Very good to fine. 12.00

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60 CASTLEBURY, John Aspiration Highway : 108 Poems. pbk.
Samurai Press, Yarmouth, NS, 2007, ISBN:9780978419905 
CASTLEBURY, John. Aspiration Highway : 108 Poems . Yarmouth, NS: Samurai Press, 2007. Pp. (12),1-145,(3). 8vo, printed white card covers. A collectionof verse by the Nova Scotian poet. Very good. 14.00

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