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61 MILLS, James Cooke Our Inland Seas : Their Shipping and Commerce for Three Centuries. Reprint
Freshwater Press, Inc., Cleveland, 1976, 
MILLS, James Cooke. Our Inland Seas : Their Shipping and Commerce for ThreeCenturies. Cleveland, OH: Freshwater Press, Inc., 1976. A facsimile of the 1910 A.C. McClurg edition, Chicago. Pp. [i]-xv,(2),18-380,(4), frontis., + 52 p. of plates and maps. Illustrated. 8vo, navy blue cloth with silver le ttering and decoration to front and spine. Streeter, Michigan Bibliography 5453. Contents: 1. The Origin, Discovery, and Magnitude of the Great Lakes;2. Earliest Navigation; 3. Le Griffon, the First Sailing Vessel; 4. The La unch and Voyage of Le Griffon; 5. Navigation from 1680 to the War of 1812; 6. The Beginning of Steam Navigation; 7. The Walk-in-the-Water: Pioneer Steamboat; 8. The Early Days of Steam Navigation; 9. The Rapid Growth of the Lakes Shipping; 10. The Advent of the Screw Propellor: The Commerce of Lake Superior; 11. Prosperous Times for the Lake Marine; 12. The Beginning of Railroad Competition; 13. The United States Gunboat Wolverine, the First Iron-hulled Vessel; 14. From Wood to Iron; 15. The River Ferries from Hand to Steam; 16. The Railway Transports; 17. The Era of Steel and the Package Freighters; 18. The Greyhounds of the Unsalted Seas; 19. The Merchant Marine ofCanada; 20. The Building of a Lake Freighter; 21. The Queen of the World's Lake Craft, the City of Cleveland; 22. The Six-Hundred-Foot Ore and Grain Carriers; 23. For the Freedom of the Sea; 24. Wrecking and Fire Tugs, the Navy Training Ships, and the Mail Boat; 25. Economics of Lake Navigation. Boards slightly splayed, small dampstain to top edge, previous owner's name inked to ffep, else vg. 30.00

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62 MOSHER, Edith White Rock : The Story of Gypsum in Hants County. First Edition
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1979, ISBN:0889991154 1979 0889991154 / 9780889991156 
MOSHER, Edith. White Rock : The Story of Gypsum in Hants County. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1979). First Edition. Pp (3),4-54,(2) including 8 pages of photos. 8vo, stapled illustrated cream card covers, red lettering to front. The first edition is 8 ˝ inches tall

A brief, illustrated history of the gypsum mining industry of the Minas Basin from the eightenth century to the time of publication, with special emphasis on the role played by J.B. King of Staten Island, New York. With sections (pp.37-54) on the ships and tugboats involved in the trade, from the first purpose-built merchant sailing ships of the late nineteenth century to the efficient self-loading bulk carriers in evidence at Hantsport today.

Cover illustration of the Gypsum Queen.

Contents :
Gypsum Facts;
1. In the Beginning;
2. J.B. King : The Man Behind It All [Jerome Berre King]
3. Quarries : Grant's Quarry - Foul Meadow Quarry - Quarries from Cheverie to Noel;
4. Accidents at the Quarries;
5. Ships of the Gypsum Trade : The Towing Barges;
6. J.B. King's Tugs and Signals;
7. Trasgedies and Accidents at Sea : The Maid of Stirling [July 7, 1942] - The Loss of the Novadoc [March 1947] - Other Accidents;
8. The Modern Gypsum "Royal Fleet".

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63 MOSHER, Edith White Rock: The Story of Gypsum in Hants County. Second Printing.
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1988, ISBN:0889991154 0889991154 / 9780889991156 
MOSHER, Edith. White Rock : The Story of Gypsum in Hants County. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (December 1988). Second Printing. Pp (3),4-54,(2) including a central 12-page section of b&w photos. 8vo, casebound illustrated cream card covers, blank spine, blue lettering to front.
The second printing is 8 inches tall.

A brief, illustrated history of the gypsum mining industry of the Minas Basin from the eightenth century to the time of publication, with special emphasis on the role played by J.B. King of Staten Island, New York. With sections (pp.37-54) on the ships and tugboats involved in the trade, from the first purpose-built merchant sailing ships of the late nineteenth century to the efficient self-loading bulk carriers in evidence at Hantsport today.

Cover illustration of the Gypsum Queen.

Contents :
Gypsum Facts;
1. In the Beginning;
2. J.B. King : The Man Behind It All [Jerome Berre King]
3. Quarries : Grant's Quarry - Foul Meadow Quarry - Quarries from Cheverie to Noel;
4. Accidents at the Quarries;
5. Ships of the Gypsum Trade : The Towing Barges;
6. J.B. King's Tugs and Signals;
7. Trasgedies and Accidents at Sea : The Maid of Stirling [July 7, 1942] - The Loss of the Novadoc [March 1947] - Other Accidents;
8. The Modern Gypsum "Royal Fleet".

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64 MOWAT, Farley Atlantic Monthly. Volume 202, Number 3, September 1958
Atlantic Monthly, Concord, N.H., 1958, 
(MOWAT, Farley). The Atlantic Monthly. Volume 202, Number 3, September 1958. Concord, N.H.: The Atlantic Monthly, 1958. Pp [1]-95,(1). Double Column. 4to, illustrated wrappers. Includes “Grey Seas Under : The Romance of a Rescue Tug” [to be continued] by Farley Mowat (pp 25-31, plus cover illustration); and much more. Rubbed, lightly browned, else very good. 30.00

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65 MUNRO-SMITH, R. Merchant Ship Types
Marine Media Management Limited, London, 1975, ISBN:0900976268 
MUNRO-SMITH, R. Merchant Ship Types. (London) : Marine Media Management Limited, (1975). Pp (10),[1]-260,(2). Illustrated. Index. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Introduction. 1. Background. Ocean and Sea Transport. 2. Liners. 3. Cargo Ships. 4. Tankers. 5. Bulk Carriers. 6. Container Ships. 7. Cross-Channel Ships. Special Transport. 8. Icebreakers and Navigation in Ice. 9. Hovercraft and Hydrofoil Vessels. Subservient Transport. 10. Cable Ships. 11. Dredgers. 12. Tugs. 13. Light Vessels. Sea-going Fishing Vessels. 14. Trawlers. Special Service Vessels. 15. Drilling Ships and Supply Vessels. Epilogue : The Royal National Lifeboat Institution. A couple of red marks to margins, inkstamp, circular blindatsmp, else very good in edgeworn dustjacket (with surface tear to foot of spine). 20.00

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66 MUSK, George Canadian Pacific : The Story of the Famous Shipping Line. 1st Cdn in dj.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Toronto, 1981, ISBN:0039202917 1981 0039202917 / 9780039202910 
MUSK, George. Canadian Pacific : The Story of the Famous Shipping Line. (Toronto) : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1981). First Canadian Printing. Pp. [1]-272. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

Contents:
1: Company History: The North Pacific, 1886-1915; The North Atlantic, 1884-1915; World War I and After; World War II and After; Cargo Services 1903-80; British Columbia Coastal Services; British Columbia Lake and River Services; Great Lakes Services; Bay of Fundy Services; Tugs.

2: Histories of Individual Ships: a. Pacific: Empress of Japan I, Empress of China, Empress of India, Empress of Asia, Empress of Russia, Empress of Canada I, Empress of Australia I, Empress of Japan II, Niagara, Aorangi; b. North Atlantic: Lake Champlain, Montrose I, Empress of Britain I, Empress of Ireland, Victorian, Calgarian, Alsatian, Empress of Scotland I, Montcalm III, Montrose, Montclare, Duchess of Atholi, Duchess of York, Duchess of Bedford, Duchess of Richmond, Beaverburn I, Beaverford I, Beaverdale, Beaverhill, Beaverbrae I, Empress of Britain II, Beaverbrae II, Empress of Britain III, Empress of England, Empress of Canada III; c. BC Coastal Steamships: Princess Marguerite, Princess Kathleen.

3. Appendices: Allan Line; Beaver Line; Canadian Australasian Line; CP Lifeboats; Early airmail; Silk traffic; Senior officers, CPR; Senior officers, CPSS; Chronology; Staff for a passenger line; Changes of name during CP service; Sponsors; CP passenger liners 1887-1971; CP passenger sailings to Canada--major European services; CP passenger carryings; CP cruising fleet; CP cruises 1922-71; CP cargo liners; Charters into the Lakes 1957-69; Charters for container service 1969-72; BC coastal services; Derivation of ship names; Sample crossing times; Working boats; War service.

4. Fleet Lists: Liners; Tankers and bulk carriers; BC coastal ships; BC lake and river steamers; Bay of Fundy ships; Great Lakes ships; Rail Ferry ships; Tugs; Working boats.

Light spotting to top edge, else very good in dustjacket. 50.00

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67 NEWELL, Gordon WILLIAMSON, Joe Pacific Tugboats. 1st US no dj
Superior Publishing, 1957, 
NEWELL, Gordon. Pacific Tugboats. Photographs from the Joe Williamson Marine Collection. Seattle: Superior Publishing Co., (1957). First Edition. Pp 191. Illustrated. 4to, blue cloth. Vg. 35.00

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68 NORRIS, Pat Wastell High Boats : A Century of Salmon Remembered. in dj.
Harbour Pub., 2003, ISBN:1550172891 
NORRIS, Pat Wastell. High Boats : A Century of Salmon Remembered. (Madeira Park, B.C.): Harbour Pub., (2003). Pp 232. Illustrated with numerous b/w photos to text. 8vo, blue cloth. This book is a celebration of the golden ageof the salmon fisheries in British Columbia. During the 20th century the f ish were plentiful, the work was dangerous but the money was good. There were shore jobs in the canneries and towns grew. This was the "boom," then itall ended. "Pat Wastell Norris wraps the history of coastal settlements ar ound the lives of two veteran fishermen taking one last trip aboard the MayS., a classic wooden seiner." -from the dust jacket. Vg in dj. 24.00

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69 PARKES, Oscar Ships of the Royal Navies (British Commonwealth of Nations). 1937 in dustjacket
Sampson Low, Marston & Co., London, 1937, 
PARKES, Oscar. Ships of the Royal Navies (British Commonwealth of Nations).[dustjacket adds : With Over One Hundred Illustrations]. London : Sampson Low, Marston & Co., Ltd. [n.d. - late 1920s / early 1930s]. Pp. (6),7-220,(4, publisher's adverts). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to front, plain spine. Dr. Oscar Parkes, R.N., O.B.E., ASS. I.N.A. (b.: October 18, 1885, Birmingham, England - d. June 24, 1958, County Down). From 1918 to 1935 he was editor / co-editor of Jane's Fighting Ships. "This little book has been compiled to serve as a ready index to the World's Fighting Ships for those who are interested in naval matters but cannot have an encyclopoedia like 'Fighting Ships' at their elbow for reference purposes." - from the foreword. Sections : Battleships, Battle-cruisers, Minelayers, Monitors, Aircraft Carriers, Cruisers, Light Cruisers,Monitors, Minelayers, Flotilla Leaders, Destroyers, Torpedo Boats, Submarines, Sloops, Minesweeping Sloops, Convoy Sloop, Minesweeping Gunboats, Patrol Vessels, net-Layer and Fleet Target Ship, Gunnery Training and Target Ships, Cadets Training Ship, Gunboats, River Gunboats, Patrol Boats, Minesweepers; Minelaying Tenders, Depot Dhips, Trawlers and Tenders, Drifters and Tugs, Royal Fleet Auxiliaries, Royal Australian Navy ,Royal Indian Navy ,Royal Canadian Navy and Newfoundland. Under Newfoundland are listed the Caribou [sunk on 13th of October, 1942], Kyle. Portia, Prospero, Northern Ranger, Sagona, Glencoe, Argyle, Clyde, Home, and Daisy. Very good in nice dustjacket, with a few short tears to the dj which is now protected in Brodart. 50.00

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70 PARKS, Alex L. Law of Tug, Tow and Pilotage. Second Edition
Cornell Maritime, Centreville, Maryland, 1982, ISBN:0870332651 
PARKS, Alex L. The Law of Tug, Tow and Pilotage. Centreville, Maryland : Cornell Maritime Press, 1982. Second Edition. Pp (8),[vii]-cxxvi,(2),[3]-1228,(4). Thick 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine. Chapters: 1. Historical Development; 2. Admiralty Principles Apply to Tug and Tow; 3. General Principles Specifically Applicable to Towing; 4. Duty of the Tug Generally; 5. Duty of Tow Generally; 6. Collision and Limitation of Liability; 7. Governmental Regulation; 8. Marine Insurance; 9. Maritime Liens; 10. Charters; 11. Pilotage; 12. Salvage. With appendices, table of cases and index. Inner hinge cracks, else very good, unmarked. 175.00

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71 PARSONS, R.M. Sea Breezes 56:439 ISHERWOOD, J.H. Hogan Story.
Sea Breezes, 1982, 
PARSONS, R.M. "The Hogan Story." An article in Sea Breezes: The Magazine of Ships and the Sea, Vol.56, No.439, July 1982, pp.483496, double column. Also: Lloyd M. Stadum's "Career of a Beauty: the Chieftain of 1907"; W.R. Lucas' "Saga of the Peggy" [the 1893 race between the paddle steamers Ravenswood and Lorna Doone]; J.H. Isherwood's "Columbia Mail Steamer Haiti of 1932"; Alastair Forsyth's "Giant of the White Star" [on a Merseyside Maritime Museum model of the Titanic, formerly used as model of both the Britannic and the Olympic, pp.464-9]; others and usual columns & departments. Vg. For the number. 4.00

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72 PARSONS, Richard KING, Christopher) Story of Kings : C.J. King & Sons, 1850 to the Present Day.. in dj.
White Tree Books, Bristol, 1988, ISBN:0949265221 
PARSONS, Richard. The Story of Kings : C.J. King & Sons, 1850 to the Present Day. (Bristol) : White Tree Books, (1988). Pp. (3),4-120. Illustrated. Square 8vo, blue cloth. "In the 1840s, Christopher King left his birthplace in the village of Chiseldon, Wiltshire to seek work in Bristol. By 1850, at the age of twenty-three, he was a master stevedore, laying the foundations of the family business which was to dominate the stevedoring and tug-owningscene in Bristol city docks for the next century." - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Early Years; 2. A Family Firm; 3. In War and Peace; 4. The Modern Com pany. With List of tugs and index. Very good in dustjacket. 40.00

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73 PATTERSON, B.H. Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Society, Publication No. 5 Giv'er a Cheer Boys : The Great Docks of Portsmouth Dockyard, 1830-1914
Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Society, Portsmouth, 1989, 
PATTERSON, B.H. "Giv'er a Cheer Boys" : The Great Docks of Portsmouth Dockyard, 1830-1914. Portsmouth: Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Society, [1989]. Pp. (4),1-60. With many black and white illustrations to text. 4to, illustrated stapled grey card covers with blue-lettered white title block to front. Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Society, Publication No. 5. "When comparing No. 5 dock of 1698 with No. 2 dock of 1802 there seems to beno significant change in the dimensions and indeed there were none to look for. The reason being that the great Ship-of-the-Line had hardly changed i n its shape and size over the last few hundred years. [...] Who then could forsee the sooty smoke of the steam engines chimney, a coming revolution inthe Battleship that was to finilize [sic] itself in the silent departure o f HMS Vanguard from Portsmouth Harbuor in 1960, when she suddenly broke free of her tugs and ran aground outside of the Still & West public house at Old Portsmouth: it was not unlike a fearful child at the door of the dentist, or was she calling in to pick up the ghosts of those who had sat there and watched the rise and fall of the Battleship, which is in essence the story of teh great docks of Portsmouth Royal Dockyard". - from the introduction. Contents: The Coming of Steam; The Shipwright; The Plan That Failed; The Great Extension; Caissons; The Building of No.'s 14 and 15 Docks; The Coming of the Dreadnought; The Electrician; Chronology of Her Majesty's Dockyardat Portsmouth; Gates. Very good. 30.00

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74 PERRAULT, E.G. Twelfth Mile. 2nd British Printing in dustjacket
Collins, London, 1973, 
PERRAULT, E.G. The Twelfth Mile. [dj adds sub-title: A Novel of Adventure and Espionage at Sea]. London : Collins, (1973). Second UK Printing. Pp 287.8vo, blue cloth. Smith & Weller, Sea Fiction Guide 1957. "Christy Westholm e only took the assignment to get away from his wife to think things over. Take Haida Noble out of Vancouver for a few miles to the big off-shore rig and tow it back to port. Nothing to it, compared with some of the other towing jobs he and Haida Noblehad done all over the Pacific. Then the hurricane struck, then the tidal wave. Somehow Haida Noble survived, battered but still afloat. But the rig had dissappeared." - from the dj flap. This features the tug Haida Noble. Price sticker, else very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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75 PERRAULT, E.G. Twelfth Mile. First Edition in dustjacket
Doubleday, Toronto, 1972, 
PERRAULT, E.G. The Twelfth Mile. [dj adds sub-title: A Novel of Adventure and Espionage at Sea]. Toronto : Doubleday, (1972). First Edition. Pp 256. 8vo, blue cloth spine, green cloth bds. Smith & Weller, Sea Fiction Guide 1957. "Here is a novel as current as today's political crises - only an accident away from tomorrow's headlines. It just might happen. There are Russian'oceanographic research' ships patrolling off the Canadian and American co asts, just outside the twelve mile limit. There are oil drilling rigs off Canada's west coast that are huge enough to give shelter to a ship in a hurricane. There are captains who would invade another country's national waters to ride out a hurricane - and perhaps do a little close-up eavesdropping.There are occasional volcanic eruptions in the Aleutian islands which prod uce tidal waves big enough to cripple even stoutly built Russian naval vessels. And there are Russian captains who would not let their crippled ships be towed to a Canadian port - not without a fight. This features the tug Haida Noble. Very good in lightly worn, price-clipped dustjacket. 25.00

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76 RAINEY, Simon Law of Tug and Tow. First Edition
LLP Limited, London, 1996, ISBN:1850449678 
RAINEY, Simon. The Law of Tug and Tow. London : LLP Limited, 1996. First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xxxviii,(1),279,(3). 8vo, green faux leather hardcovers, gilt lettering to front & spine. A revised edition of Davson & Snelson. Foreword by the Honourable Justice Anthony Clarke. Chapters: 1. The Contractof Towage; 2. The Implied Obligations of Tug and Tow; 3. Standard Form Con tracts: (I) The U.K. Standard Conditions for Towage and Other Services; 4. Standard Form Contracts: (II) The BIMCO Forms "Towcon" and "Towhire"; 5. Standard Form Contracts: (III) The BIMCO "Supplytime 89" Form; 6. Towage and Salvage; 7. Collisions Involving Tug and Tow; 8. Towage and Limitation of Liability; 9. Tug and Tow and General Average; 10. Admiralty Jurisdiction. With appendices, table of cases and index. A fine copy. 120.00

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77 REID, George H. Primer of Towing. Second Edition, Second Printing
Cornell Maritime Press, Cambridge, MD, 1994, ISBN:0870334301 
REID, George H. Primer of Towing. Cambridge, MD : Cornell Maritime Press, (1994). Second Edition, Second Printing. Pp (4),v-ix,(3),3-238. Illustrated throughout. 8vo, illustrated red & white cardcovers. Contents: 1. An Introduction to the Towing Game; 2. The Tugs; 3. Tugboat Seamanship: Handling the'Light' Tug; 4. Gear and Rigging for Ocean and Coastwise Towing; 5. Barge Configuration; 6. Barge Handling; 7. Cargo Handling by Barge; 8. Making andBreaking Tow; 9. Handling Multiple Tows; 10. Ship Work; 11. Inland and Riv er Towing; 12. The Oil Patch; 13. Salvage and Emergency Situations; 14. TheTug at Sea; 15. Tips on Towing. Appendices: 1. Structural Considerations f or Tugs; 2. Propulsion and Steering Systems; 3. Wheelhouse and Navigation Equipment; 4. Safety Equipment; 5. Training, Routing, and Offshore Practices. With references and index. Very good. 17.00

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78 ROBSON, Nancy Taylor Woman in the Wheelhouse.
Tidewater Publishers, Centerville, MD, 1985, ISBN:0870333313 
ROBSON, Nancy Taylor. Woman in the Wheelhouse. Centerville, MD : Tidewater Publishers, (1985). First Edition. Pp (8),[1]-308,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, yellow cloth, black lettering to spine. “Shortly after graduating from the University of Maryland in 1975, she [the author] married, and soon began to accompany her husband, a tug captain, on his trips. With his encouragement, she signed on as cook and deckhand, and ultimately sat for her second-classCoast Guard license, allowing her to run as mate on vessels up to two hund red tons and up to two hundred miles offshore. This, the story of her adventures, is her first book.” - from the dj. Very good in edgeworn, price-clipped dustjacket. 30.00

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79 ROCHE, T.W.E. Ships of Dover, Folkestone, Deal and Thanet and Famous Ships That Pass. First Edition
Adlard Coles Limited, Southampton, 1959, 
ROCHE, T.W.E. Ships of Dover, Folkestone, Deal and Thanet and Famous Ships That Pass. Southampton : Adlard Coles Limited, (1959). First Edition. Pp (2),[3]-26,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers. With photographs, harbour plan and Funnel markings. Wear to spine, else very good. 17.50

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80 RUBIN, Louis D. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. 1st pbk pr
Atlantic Monthly Press, 1991, 
RUBIN, Louis D., Jr. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. N.Y.: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1991). First Paperback Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-xiii,(5),[1]-394,(4). 8vo, card covers. "[...] an enchanting book about Louis Rubin's lifelong obsession with boats and his years of often hilarious boating adventures." - rear cover. Prologue, epilogue and these Chapters : 1. Adger's Wharf; 2. Sailboat for Sale; 3. The Search Begun; 4. The Deed Done, Together with Memories of Another; 5. All Systems - Well, Almost All - Are Go; 6. Tugboat Captains, River Pilots, and the Craft of Fiction; 7. A Tale of Two Lapstrake Boats; 8. Caribbean Interlude; 9. Projects and Problems; or, The Mary Simpson Strikes Again; 10. The Boat That Didn't Get Built; 11. The Boat That Did Get Built; 12. So Said the Water Rat; 13. Waningof the Season; 14. On Risk-Taking; 15. Craft and Credulity. Vg. 12.00

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