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10501 CLARKE, Samuel. HOMER. Homeri Ilias Graece et Latine. Annotationes in usum serenissimi princips Gulielmi Augusti, Ducis de Cumberland, &c., Regio Jussu scripsit atque edititSamuel Clarke, S.T.P. Vol. I: Editio Quarta Decima.
J. Johnson et al., Londini, 1806, 
(HOMER). CLARKE, Samuel. Homeri Ilias Graece et Latine. Annotationes in usum serenissimi princips Gulielmi Augusti, Ducis de Cumberland, &c., Regio Jussu scripsit atque editit Samuel Clarke, S.T.P. Vol. I: Editio Quarta Decima. Londini: typis bye et law, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell; impensis J. Johnson; R. Baldwin; G. G. et J. Richardson; F. et C. Rivington; J. Wawlker;Scatcherd et Letterman; G. Wilkie et J. Robinson; T. Kay; W. Lowndes; C. L aw; Lackington, Allen et Co.; Pote et Williams; Longman, Hurst, Rees, et Orme; et J. Mawman, 1806. Pp. (8),[1]-375,(1) of Greek,[i]-lxxxix,(1) of Latin at rear, three-panel folding map frontispiece. 8vo, full brown calf, giltlettered red leather title block and five gilt tooled bands to spine. The first twelve books of Homer's Iliad, in Greek (with Latin notes) and Latin (in a much smaller font). Boards moderately rubbed with some wear to outer hinges (though binding is still tight), foxing to folding map frontispiece,acquistion note inked to rear flyleaf, else very good. VOLUME ONE ONLY. 12 5.00

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10502 CLARKE, Samuel. HOMER. Homeri Ilias Graece et Latine, cum Annotationibus Samuelis Clarke S.T.P. Nuper Defuncti. Vol. 2, Ediitio Quinta.
Johannis & Pauli Knapton, Londini, 1753, 
(HOMER). CLARKE, Samuel. Homeri Ilias Graece et Latine, cum Annotationibus Samuelis Clarke S.T.P. Nuper Defuncti. Vol. 2, Ediitio Quinta. Editit, atque imperfecta supplevit Samuel Clarke Filius, S.R.S. Londini, Impensis Johannis & Pauli Knapton, MDCCLIII. Pp. (4),5-510,(20) of indices, folding-map frontispiece. 8vo, full brown calf, gilt lettered black leather title block and five raised bands to spine.

Books thirteen to twenty-four of Homer's Iliad, in Greek (with Latin notes).

Front board detached but present, nicking to spine ends inking to title page, browning to margins of final few leaves, else a good copy. VOLUME TWO ONLY. 100.00

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10503 CLARKE, Sandra National Museum of Man, Mercury Series : Paper 80 North-West River (Sheshatshit) Montagnais: A Grammatical Sketch
National Museums of Canada, 1982, 
CLARKE, Sandra. North-West River (Sheshatshit) Montagnais: A Grammatical Sketch. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series: Canadian Ethnology Service Paper No. 80. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1982. Pp. 185. 4to, white card covers, black titles to front and spine. An outline of the grammatical categories and inflections, both nominal and verbal, of the Montagnais dialect of North-west River, Labrador. Small smudge to fore-edge, else vg. 35.00

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10504 CLARKE, W.V.J., Captain. Cole's Merchant Shipping Acts Being A Practical Guide to the Acts and Regulations for Shipmasters and all connected with the Mercantile Marine. 8th ed
1960, 
CLARKE, W.V.J., Captain. Cole's Merchant Shipping Acts Being A Practical Guide to the Acts and Regulations for Shipmasters and all connected with the Mercantile Marine. Eighth Edition. Glasgow : Brown, Son & Ferguson, Ltd., (1960). Pp [i]-xix,(1),1-388. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : The Merchant Shipping Act, 1894 (With Amending Acts). Part I – Registry. Part II – Masters and Seamen. Part III – Passenger and Emigrant Ships.Part IV – Fishing Boats. Part V – Safety. Part VI – Special Shipping Inqui ries and Courts. Part VII – Delivery of Goods. Part VIII – Liability of Shipowners. Part IX – Wreck and Salvage. Part X – Pilotage. Part XI – Lighthouses. Part XII – Mercantile Marine Fund. Part XIII – Legal Proceedings. PartXIV – Supplemental. Index. Name, else very good. 20.00

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10505 CLARKE, W.W. Brief History of Firsts and Other Interesting Stage and Railway Facts, etc.in Ye Good Olde Tymes. [Cover reads: Clarke's History of the Earliest Rail ways in Nova Scotia]. Paperback.
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CLARKE, W.W. A Brief History of Firsts and Other Interesting Stage and Railway Facts, etc. in Ye Good Olde Tymes. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. Pp 63 + 18 plates. 8vo, brown card covers with black lettering to front cover, blank spine.Watters p.664, Vaison p.61. Front cover : "Clarke's History of the Earlies t Railways in Nova Scotia. Price 50 cents." Printed by The Hants Journal Press, Windsor, N.S. Red rubber stamp on title page: Copyright Reserved. Alsored rubber stamp on p 63: Carrying a Green Signal. The early history of ra ilroading in the Annapolis Valley and elsewhere in Nova Scotia. Minor chipping to tail of spine, a few faint damp splotches to front cover, else a very good, tidy copy. Uncommon. 125.00

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10506 CLARKE, Walter S., comp. Humanitarian Intervention in Somalia : Bibliography
Center for Strategic Leadership, Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1995, 
CLARKE, Walter S., comp. Humanitarian Intervention in Somalia : Bibliography. Compiled, annotated and with introduction written by Walter S. Clarke. Carlisle Barracks, PA: Center for Strategic Leadership, U.S. Army War College, (March 1995). Pp. [i]-xxv,(1),1-168,(2). Illustrated with a map. Double column. 8vo, printed pale blue card covers. Lightly rubbed, else vg. 35.00

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10507 CLARKE, Wayne, Judith PENNER and George ROGERS ROGERS, George PENNER, Judith Cruising Nova Scotia : From Yarmouth to Canso. First Canadian edition in dustjacket
Greey de Poncier, Toronto, 1979, ISBN:0919872379 
CLARKE, Wayne, Judith PENNER and George ROGERS. Cruising Nova Scotia : fromYarmouth to Canso. Illustrated by Wayne Clarke. (Toronto) : Greey de Ponci er, (1979). Pp. (7),8-240. Illustrated. 8vo, grey cloth. Toy 2885. "The eastern coast of Nova Scotia from Yarmouth to Canso is one of the most interesting cruising areas on the Atlantic seaboard. Its attractions are many: physical beauty, varied geography, safe anchorages, many historical towns and villages, plentiful bird and marine life, countless uninhabited coves and inlets for the curious to explore." - from the dj. Contents: 1. Welcome to Nova Scotia; 2. Shipping and Shipbuilding in the Maritimes; 3. Weather; 4. Anchorages; 5. Birds and Mammals; 6. Fish and Fishing; 7. Cooking Your Catch. Very good in rubbed, nicked dustjacket. 20.00

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10508 CLARKE, Will Lord Vishnu's Love Handles: A Spy Novel (Sort of). proof
Simon & Schuster, 2005, 
CLARKE, Will. Lord Vishnu's Love Handles: A Spy Novel (Sort of). NY: Simon & Schuster, (2005). Advance Uncorrected Reader's Proof. Pp. 294. 8vo, whiteillustrated card covers. "A sardonic comedy of a man who knows things he s houldn't, until a couple of secret agents teach him what it really means tolose his mind." -from the rear cover. The American author's debut novel. F aint pink smudges to rear cover, else vg. 30.00

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10509 CLARKIN, Lucy Gertrude Way o' Dreams. signed.
Dillon & Coyle, 1935, 
CLARKIN, Lucy Gertrude. Way o' Dreams. Charlottetown: Dillon & Coyle, [ca. 1935]. Pp 78. 8vo, red cloth. Rubbed with slight wear to spine ends and front corners, slightly soiled, inner hinges a bit tender, very light but persistent foxing throughout, owner's signature, else vg. Signed by Clarkin. 40.00

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10510 CLARKSON, Adrienne Lover More Condoling. First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart Limited, Toronto / Montreal, 1968, 
CLARKSON, Adrienne. A Lover More Condoling.. Toronto / Montreal : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1968). First Edition. Pp (8),9-158,(2). 8vo, black cloth, silver lettering to spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 1999. "The problem Sara Rainer has refused to face all her life is that other people maintain shehas a problem. Her hu sband died many years ago during the Normandy invasi on, and her friends reason it's high time she either married again or, now that she's holidaying in France, took a lover. Poor widow! Her friend Diane, for instance, knows all the ropes a n d w a n t s to help. So does her sister Anne. As for the males, Raoul is out of the question. Henri is old, and cultured. Walker is her brother-in-law. Amory? It never occured to her. Guy? He tries too hard. The list isn't endless. M ea nw hi l e, S ar a Ra iner has to contend with the bewildering social life of Paris and the quiet life at Lormes-Sur-Oise. The Canadian widow, who doesn't feel like a widow, has to get used to visiting sumptuous chateaux and repairing ancient ch urches . Th en the re is an amateur production of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' to stage, during which, unexpectedly, the power fails." (from the dj). Adr ienne Clarkson is a Canadian journalist and stateswoman who served as the 26th Governor General of Canada (1999-2005). A Lover More Condoling was her first novel. Very good in nicked, unclipped dustjacket. 18.00

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10511 CLARKSON, Betty Tom, David and the Pirates
Borealis Press, Ottawa , 1980, 
CLARKSON, Betty. Tom, David and the Pirates. Ottawa : Borealis Press, 1980.Pp (8),1-93,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, cardcovers. A novel for young readers. Chapters include: Aboard the Elias Andrews; St.John's; Whales!; The Great Auks; Winter on the New Found Land. Very good. 14.00

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10512 CLARKSON, Ewan FORBES, David Carl Syla, the Mink. 1st US in dj
Dutton, New York, 1968, 
CLARKSON, Ewan. Syla, the Mink. Drawings by David Carl Forbes. N.Y.: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1968. First US Edition. Pp 126. 8vo, grey and red cloth. Vg in lightly rubbed, price-clipped dj. 20.00

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10513 CLARKSON, John). FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce Public Archives of Nova Scotia Bulletin No.11 FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce Clarkson's Mission to America 1791-1792. as is.
1971, 
(CLARKSON, John). FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce. Clarkson's Mission to America 1791-1792. Edited with an Introduction, notes and index by C. Bruce Fergusson. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1971. Pp [1]-227,(1). 8vo, blue card covers. P.A.N.S. Bulletin No.11. "John Clarkson's mission to Americain 1791-1792 was a public-spirited and humanitarian enterprise designed to improve the lot of some of the negroes in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick an d to promote the colonization of Sierra Leone." - from the Preface. Vertical creasing to covers, some underlining, spine browned, else good. 20.00

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10514 CLARKSON, John). FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce Public Archives of Nova Scotia Bulletin No.11 FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce Clarkson's Mission to America 1791-1792. First Edition, Signed.
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1971, 
(CLARKSON, John). FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce. Clarkson's Mission to America 1791-1792. Edited with an Introduction, notes and index by C. Bruce Fergusson. Halifax, N.S. : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1971. First Edition. Pp (6),[7]-227,(1) including a portrait frontispiece. 8vo, blue cardcovers, blank spine. P.A.N.S. Bulletin No.11. Lieutenant John Clarkson, RN (b April 4, 1764, Wisbech, England - d. April 2, 1828, Woodbridge, Suffolk) was a prominent abolitionist and instrumental in the founding of Freetown, today Sierra Leone’s capital city, "John Clarkson's mission to America in 1791-1792 was a public-spirited and humanitarian enterprise designed to improve the lot of some of the negroes in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and to promote the colonization of Sierra Leone. His own account of that philanthropicventure, which is now being published for the first time, is an interesting and illuminating contribution to the history of those colonies in America and West Africa. Taken from the manuscript copy of his journal for 1791-1792, which is in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, it appears in this volume in an annotated edition, with an introduction which, it is hoped, may be helpful in putting the undertaking in its setting and in its perspective, as well as in giving a sketch of the career of Clarkson." - from the Preface. Spine browned, name inked verso front cover, else very good. Signed without inscription by Fergusson on the title page. 30.00

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10515 CLARKSON, John). FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce Public Archives of Nova Scotia Bulletin No.11 FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce Clarkson's Mission to America 1791-1792
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1971, 
(CLARKSON, John). FERGUSSON, Charles Bruce. Clarkson's Mission to America 1791-1792. Edited with an Introduction, notes and index by C. Bruce Fergusson. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1971. Pp [1]-227,(1). 8vo, blue card covers. P.A.N.S. Bulletin No.11. "John Clarkson's mission to Americain 1791-1792 was a public-spirited and humanitarian enterprise designed to improve the lot of some of the negroes in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick an d to promote the colonization of Sierra Leone." - from the Preface. Very good. 25.00

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10516 CLARKSON, Petruska Psychotherapy as Positive Psychology.
Whurr Publishers, London and Philadelphia, 2005, ISBN:1861563426 
CLARKSON, Petruska. Psychotherapy as Positive Psychology. London and Philadelphia : Whurr Publishers, (2005). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xii,1-196. Index. 8vo, black and red card covers. Contents : 1. Physis in transactional analysis. 2. Nurturing first nature in psychotherapy and life. 3. Conditions for excellence : the coincidentia oppositorum of the inferior function. 4. In praise of speed, experimentation, agreeableness, endurance and excellence. 5. Reclamation of the child I : phenomenology and the definition of ego states. 6. Reclamation of the child II : fixated and accessible child ego states. 7. Variations on I and thou. 8. The life review aid and the needed therapeutic relationship : Freud's Rat Man and your clients. 9. In search of supervision's soul : a research report on competencies for integrative supervision in action. 10. The beginning of gestalt. Appendix: The meaning of life question. Very good. 35.00

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10517 CLARY, William W. BRIGGS, Grace M. (ed.) William W. Clary Oxford Collection : A Descriptive Catalogue. in dj limited
University Press, 1956, 
CLARY, William W. The William W. Clary Oxford Collection : A Descriptive Catalogue. Oxford: The University Press, 1956. Printed for the Honnold Library of the Associated Colleges, Claremont, California. Pp. 234. 8vo, navy cloth. This edition limited to 550 copies. A collection of over sixteen hundred books related to Oxford University, divided into two parts. I. The City and the University: History, Description and University Life and II. The influence of Oxford on the World of Thoughts and Affairs. Light foxing to edges of endpapers and along top edge, else vg in dj (half-inch chip to head ofslightly browned spine, two small tears to top edges, a few random spots). $75.00

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10518 CLASEN, Claus-Peter. Palatinate in European History 1555-1618.
Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1966, 
CLASEN, Claus-Peter. The Palatinate in European History 1555-1618. Oxford :Basil Blackwell, (1966). Revised Edition. Pp (6),[1]-49,(1). 8vo, grey car d covers, lettered in green. “This study investigates both the eminent political and cultural role of the Calvinist Palatinate in the age of the Counter Reformation. After a short sketch of the aims and methods of palatine policy, the author explores whether the aggressiveness of the palatinate can be explained by the Calvinist notion of intolerance, by the political isolation of the palatinate after the Peace of Augsburg and, above all, by the background and polished thinking of the statesmen at Heidelberg in the 1560's and 1570's. The book reveals how the continuation of this anti-Catholic and anti-Habsburg policy under Christian of Anhalt and Ludwig Camerarius ledto the catastrophe of the Palatinate in the Thirty Years War. The second p art is devoted to the role of the palatinate as a cultural centre of European Calvinism. The author discusses the immigration of Dutch and French Calvinist refugees into the Palatinate. He investigates the role of Heidelberg university, analysing the international character both of the teaching and student body. The author then briefly discusses the peculiar atmosphere of the court at Heidelberg. Having distinguished itself by its strange Calvinist austerity in the sixteenth century, it became the first German court to be strongly influenced by French culture in the early seventeenth century. A final short chapter is devoted to the surprising literary tendencies of the Heidelberg statesmen.” - from the back cover. Browned, name, a few penned notes, else very good. 24.00

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10519 CLASON, George S. Richest Man In Babylon Tells His System
Institution of Financial Education Limited, Toronto, 1938, 
CLASON, George S. The Richest Man In Babylon Tells His System. Toronto : The Institution of Financial Education Limited, (1938). Pp (6),7-23,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, tan stapled card covers, black lettering and red and gilt decoration to front cover. Compliments of National Thrift Corporation, Limited. "The Richest Man in Babylon had a system which led him to the goal he desired. In this book he tells his system — gives it to us to follow without cost or obligation. His system is recommended to every person desiring to arrive at that same gum, finanacial plenty." Short tear to foot of spine, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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10520 Classical Association Classical Review, volume 25 number 1 thru volume 54 number 2. 60 vols in 2boxes.
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004, 
The Classical Association. A lot of 60 issues of The Classical Review, New Series, volume 25 number 1 thru volume 54 number 2 . Oxford: published for The Classical Association by Oxford University Press, (1975-2004). Various paginations, with each volume generally containing between 200-300 pages. 8vo, printed card covers. A sizeable contiguous run of The Classical Association's journal, The Classical Review, running from April 1975 through October 2004, without any issues missing. The subject of these journals is by and large reviews of books dealing with classical history. Some waviness and warping to a couple of issues in the collection, occasional edge-nicking and some instances of spine creasing throughout the collection, else vg. For the lot. 700.00

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10521 Classical Association of Canada Echos du Monde Classique / Classical Views and Mouseion, volume 26, number 1 thru volume 50, number 1 (missing volume 49, number 2) : The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada. 71 issues.
University of Calgary Press, Classical Association of Canada, Calgary, 2006, 
Classical Association of Canada. 71 issues of Echos du Monde Classique / Classical Views and Mouseion, volume 26, number 1 thru volume 50, number 1 (missing volume 49, number 2) : The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada . Calgary: published for the Classical Association of Canada by the University of Calgary Press, (1982-2006). Various paginations, but generallybetween 100-150 apiece. 8vo, illustrated cream card covers. A sizeable col lection of the journal Classical Views, which became Mouseion: The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada in 2001. This lot, which includes 24years worth of issues of the journal (which was published thrice annually) , features articles dealing with classical themes in literature, history, and the arts, as well as a host of book reviews. This lot contains 71 issues, as volume 49, number 2 is missing. A selection of article titles includes: "Pittalacus and Eucles: Slaves in the Public Service of Athens", "Choerilus of Samos and Darius's Bridge: The Scope and Content of the Persica", "One Ship or Two: The End of the Iphigenia in Tauris", "Excluded Husband and Two Legged Ass: The Problems in Juvenal 9", "La science philologique et la question des langues: du latin aux vernaculaires et d'un vernaculaire a l'autre", &c., &c., &c. Text in French and English, depending upon the article.Vg. For the lot. 900.00

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10522 Classical Association of Canada Phoenix : The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada, 21:1-60:1-2) Phoenix : The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada, volume 21 number 1 thru volume 60 number 1-2
Classical Association of Canada, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2006, 
(Classical Association of Canada). Phoenix : The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada / Société canadienne des Études classiques, volume 21 number 1 thru volume 60 number 1-2 . Toronto: The Classical Association of Canada, University of Toronto Press, (1967-2006). Various paginations, generally about 80pp. apiece. 8vo, printed reddish-brown card covers. A sizeable, contiguous run of UTP's classical history journal. A selection of article titles contained herein include: "Legislation in Sparta", "Plato's Mainpulation of Thrasymachus", "Themes in the Exodus of Euripedes' Phoenissae", "The Emperor Hadrian's Rescript to Minucius Fundamus", "The Meaning of Ceroma in Juvenal and Martial", "The Helops: A Case-Study of the Transmission ofa Piece of Scientific Knowledge by the Scholarship of Antiquity", "The Mar iage of First Cousins in Athenian Society", &c., &c., &c. Occasional cover creasing and minor cover splaying, else vg. For the lot. 850.00

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10523 Classical Studies] Classical Philology : A Journal Deveoted to Research in Classical Antiquity, volume 69 number 1 thru volume 81 number 4 and volume 86 number 1 thru volume 93 number 1 (missing volume 88 number 1). 76 vols.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1998, 
[Classical Studies]. A lot of 76 issues of Classical Philology : A Journal Deveoted to Research in Classical Antiquity, volume 69 number 1 thru volume81 number 4 and volume 86 number 1 thru volume 93 number 1 (missing volume 88 number 1) . Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, (1974-1986, 1991- 1998). Various paginations, but generally about 100 pp. each. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. A collection of 76 issues of the University of Chicago's journal Classical Philology (published four times annually), dealing with research in Greek and Roman literary themes. Contained herein are scholarly essays, discussions by eminent minds regarding disputed aspects of classical literature, and a selection of book reviews. This lot of issues spans Janury 1974 thru October 1986, and January 1991 thru January 1998 (save January 1993's issue, volume 88, number 1). A selection of article titles includes: "The Removal of the Arms, the Recognition of Laertes, and NarrativeTension in the Odyssey", "Passion and Petrifaction: The Gaze in Apuleius", "The Sainted Julius: Valerius Maximus and the Dictator", "Ovid's Tereus: F ire, Birds, and the Reification of Figurative Language", "Ovid's Elegy on Tibullus and Its Models", "Modern Paroemiology and the Use of Gnomai in Homer's Iliad", "The Expression 'Our Times' in Strabo's Geography", &c., &c., &c. Occasional minor corner creasing, else vg. For the lot. 650.00

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10524 Classics for Canadian Children Fairy Tales and Fables. Classics for Canadian Children, No. 1.
A. & W. Mackinlay, Halifax, N.S., 1900, 
(Classics for Canadian Children). Fairy Tales and Fables. Classics for Canadian Children, No. 1. Halifax : A. & W. Mackinlay, 1900. Pp [i]-viii,[1]-48. Small 8vo, pale blue wrappers, printed in black with a red and green maple leaf border. Spine ends chipped, rubbed, faded to brown, inner hinges starting, else good. 40.00

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10525 Classics Illustrated, Adventures in Science. Classics Illustrated, Special Issue, Number 138A, June 1957
Gilberton Company, New York, 1957, 
(Classics Illustrated). Adventures in Science. Classics Illustrated, Special Issue, Number 138A, June 1957. New York : Gilberton Company, Inc., 1957. Pp (96). Illustrated in Colour. Large 8vo (comic book size), colour illustrated wrappers. A history of science in comic book form. Contents : The Story of Flight; Andy's Atomic Adventures; The Discoveries of Louis Pasteur; From Tom-Tom to TV. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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10526 Classics) Rudiments of the Greek Language for the use of the Edinburgh Academy. To which has been added a list of Greek verbs, exhibiting the cases which accompany each in its different significations 6th ed
Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh, 1846, 
(Classics). Rudiments of the Greek Language for the use of the Edinburgh Academy. To which has been added a list of Greek verbs, exhibiting the cases which accompany each in its different significations. Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd, 1846. Pp. (4), [5]-216. Small 8vo, black leather, gilt trim to spine,untitled. Leather and all extremeties well worn, hinges starting, advert a ffixed to the front paste-down, endpapers slightly foxed, the occasional smudge to the margins, else vg. 30.00

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10527 CLASTRES, Pierre French Marxists and their Anthropology
Presses Cooperatives, Montreal, 1982, 
CLASTRES, Pierre. French Marxists and their Anthropology. (Montreal : Les Presses Cooperatives, 1982). Pp. [1]-28. 8vo, illustrated stapled orange card covers. Postage will likely be less for this small item. Very good. 20.00

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10528 CLATER, Francis McTAGGART, D. Every Man His Own Farrier
Milner and Company, Limited, London, 1880, 
CLATER, Francis. Every Man His Own Farrier. Revised, and Much New Matter Added by D. McTaggart. Also Rarey's Treatment and Management of the Horse. London : Milner and Company, Limited, n.d. [ca 1880]. Pp (4),v-viii,13-291,(1), frontispiece + engraved title page. 8vo, blue pressed cloth, gilt lettering and black floral design t front board, gilt lettering and gilt horse's head vignette to spine. Spine has same title as the title page, but the front board has "Clater's Horse Doctor." Corners bumped, browning to endpapers, inkstamp, else a very good, bright copy. 80.00

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10529 CLAUDEL, Paul Introduction au Livre de Ruth : Texte intégral de l'ouvrage de l'Abbé Tardif de Moidrey
Desclée de Brouwer, Paris, 1947, 
CLAUDEL, Paul. Introduction Introduction au "Livre de Ruth" : Texte intégral de l'ouvrage de l'Abbé Tardif de Moidrey. Paris : Desclée de Brouwer, (1938). Pp. (8),[9]-238,(2). 8vo, tan cardcovers. Contents: Notice biographique; Du sens figuré en l'Écriture; Préface; Abrégé de l'histoire de Ruth;Vocation à la vie religieuse; Essence de la vie religieuse; Épreuves de la vie religieuse; Consolations de la vie religieuse; La règle dans la vie religieuse; Préparation à la profession religieuse; La profession religieuse; Résumé et conclusions; Lettre d'une étudiant protestant à M.Georges Rouzet, au sujet du "Livre de Ruth". Very good. Exemplaire non coupé / unopened copy. 25.00

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10530 CLAUDEL, Paul Introduction a l'Apocalypse
Egloff, Paris, 1947, 
CLAUDEL, Paul. Introduction à l'Apocalypse. Paris : Egloff, (March 1947). Pp. (6),7-[65],(7). Small 8vo, cream French wraps, glassine wrapper. "C'est en 1927, au moment où, à peine débarqué du Japon, je venais de prendre possession de mon poste d'Ambassadeur à Washington, que je commencai à m'occuper de l'Apocalypse. Je venais d'achever le Soulier de Satin et la composition du petit drame subséquent, commande par Reinhart, dont le sujet était Christophe Colomb, ne devait me prendre que quelque jours. Je sentais que mon oeuvre jours dramatique était arrivée à son conclusion. J'avais soixante ans, l'âge de le pleine maturité intellectuelle. De nouvelles perspectives s'offraient à moi. "C'est à ce moment que je reçus une lettre de l'imprimeur Pichon, qui préparait une nouvelle édition de la Révélation de saint Hean. Il me demandait d'en écrire la préface. L'idée me parut cocasse." - p.7. Very good. Exemplaire non coupé / unopened copy. 30.00

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10531 CLAUDEL, Paul PLEIADE MADAULE, Jacques PETIT, Jacques Théatre. 2 vols in dj
Bibliothéque de la Pleiade, 1967, 
CLAUDEL, Paul. Théatre. Textes et notices établis par Jacques Madaule et Jacques Petit. [Paris]: Éditions Gallimard et Calmann-Lévy / Bibliothéque de la Pleiade, (1967). Édition revue et augmentée. In two volumes. Pp. 1366; 1556. Text in French. Small 8vo, brown leather, green title block with gilt to spine, ribbon marker. Glassine wrapper. Volume 72 of the Bibliothèque de la Pléiade. Vg in dj and glassine wraps (some small chipsto edg, with section missing from top edge of the wrapper of Volume I). for the two volumes 120.00

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10532 CLAUDIN, A. Bibliographical Society No. VI First Paris Press : An Account of the Books Printed for G. Fichet and J. Heynlin in the Sorbonne 1470-1472
Bibliographical Society, 1898, 
CLAUDIN, A. The First Paris Press : An Account of the Books Printed for G. Fichet and J. Heynlin in the Sorbonne 1470-1472. L: The Bibliographical Society, February 1898, for 1897. Pp. 100. Engraved frontis, being a miniatureshowing Fichet presenting a copy of his Rhetoric to Pope Sixtus IV, from t he presentation copy to the Pope now in the British Museum. 4to, brown printed card covers. Partially unopened. Illustrated Monographs issued by the Bibliographical Society No. VI. Includes a bibliography of twenty two books,fourteen documents and seven facsimiles. A few small chips and some light edgewear to fore-edges, small water mark to lower front corner of cover andfrontis, tail of spine chipped, slight browning to title page, else vg. 20 0.00

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10533 CLAUDY, Carl H Masonic Harvest. in dj.
Temple Publishers, 1948, 
CLAUDY, Carl H. Masonic Harvest. Washington, DC: The Temple Publishers, (1948). Pp 376. 8vo, dec. brown cloth. Gift inscription, else vg in rubbed, nicked dj. 50.00

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10534 CLAUSS, F.J. Alcatraz : Island of Many Mistakes
Briarcliff Press inc., Menlo Park, CA, 1981, 
CLAUSS, F.J. Alcatraz : Island of Many Mistakes . (Menlo Park, CA): Briarcliff Press, Inc., (1981). Pp. [i]-v,(1),[1]-87,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Includes two short chapters dealing with lighthouses in San Francisco Bay. Covers rubbed with some corner creasing, else vg. 7.00

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10535 CLAVEL, Bernard WALTER, Elizabeth (trans.) Lord of the River. in dj.
Collins, London, 1973, ISBN:0002214903 
CLAVEL, Bernard. Lord of the River. Translated by Elizabeth Walter. L.: Collins, 1973. Pp. (1)-255,[1]. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Anovel set in 1840s France about those who sailed the Rhône aboard barges d uring their decline. Vg in dj. 20.00

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10536 CLAY, Bertha M. BRAEME, Charlotte M. Wife in Name Only : A Novel. U.S. Edition
Hurst & Company Publishers, New York, 0, 
CLAY, Bertha M. Wife in Name Only : A Novel. New York : Hurst & Company Publishers, n.d. [early 1900s]. Pp (2),[3]-239,(1). 8vo, red cloth, front board lettered and decorated in green, spine lettered in gilt and decorated in green. Charlotte Mary Brame (usually known as Charlotte M. Brame, last namesometimes mistakenly given as Braeme; appeared under pseudonyms in America , notably Bertha M. Clay, and was sometimes identified by the name of her most famous novel, Dora Thorne) (November 1, 1836 - November 25, 1884) was an English novelist. Cloth worn and dampstained, inner hinges cracked, penned name dated 1905, else good. As is. 15.00

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10537 CLAY, Catrine and Michael LEAPMAN LEAPMAN, Michael Master Race : The Lebensborn Experiment in Nazi Germany. First Edition in dustjacket.
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1995, ISBN:0340589787 
CLAY, Catrine and Michael LEAPMAN. Master Race : The Lebensborn Experiment in Nazi Germany. (London): Hodder & Stoughton, (1995). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xi,(1),1-211,(1), + 16 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "In the run-up to the Second World War, Heinrich himmler embarked on Lebensborn, his obsessive programme to populate the Thousand Year German Reich with pure-blooded Aryan men and women -- while the death camps were disposing of Jews, homosexuals and the other 'sub-humans' enumerated by Hitler in 'Mein Kampf'. Young women who displayed regular Aryan features, and could prove their descent over several untainted generations, were encouraged to bear the children of members of the SS security service whether or not they were married to them. The birthstook place in secret Lebensborn homes and between 1935 and 1945 an estimat ed 11,000 Aryan babies were born in Nazi occupied countries. But the dream did not stop there. When the Germans invaded Poland, Himmler's SS discovered many blonde, blue-eyed Polish children -- the image of the ideal Aryan. Himmler had an estimated 200,000 of them stolen as they walked home from school of played in village squares. They were transported to camps and testedto gauge their racial quality. If they passed they were first 'Germanized' and then placed with good Nazi families; those who did not measure up were used as forced labour or sent to camps that specialised in killing childre n. Now, some of these 'perfect Aryans' tell their stories, recalling the shock and confusion of discovering their real backgrounds and the emotional scars they have never been able to obliterate." - from the dj. Contents: 1. The House behind the Gates; 2. The Racial Utopia; 3. Laying Down the Law; 4. A Matter of Breeding; 5. Himmler's Children; 6. Poles Like Us; 7. Children of Poznan; 8. Maids of Norway; 9. A Kind of Reckoning; 10. Born-Again Eugenics. Very good in unclipped dust jacket. 35.00

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10538 CLAY, Reginald S. and Thomas H. COURT COURT, Thomas H. History of the Microscope.
Charles Griffin and Company, London, 1932, 
CLAY, Reginald S. and Thomas H. Court. The History of the Microscope. London : Charles Griffin and Company, 1932. Pp. xiv, 266. Small 4to,"With 164 Illustrations". Red cloth, titled on spine in gilt. Three inch tear to leaf xi/xii, somewhat cocked, otherwise very good. 200.00

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10539 CLAYTON, Anthony France, Soldiers and Africa. First Edition in dustjacket
Brassey's Defence Publishers, London [et al], 1988, ISBN:0080347487 
CLAYTON, Anthony. France, Soldiers and Africa. London [et al] : Brassey's Defence Publishers, (1988). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xxv,(3),3-444,(2),+ 16pp plates. Maps. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "The Beau Geste myth clouds any accurate perception of the military experience of France i n Africa. This first comprehensive analysis of the military dimension of French colonial rule in Africa argues that the record of the French Army is not simply marked by conqest and repression, but is also one of remarkable achoievement in mobilizing native peoples in the service of the French Empire, and in contributing to the overall development of the territories concerned. The operation of the military system in war and peace is examined for its impact on both France and Africa and in overview is compared with the experience of the British Empire. The acquisition, expansion anmd subsequentdecline of the French colonies are traced from the days of the Restoration Monarchy, through both World Wars and the Algerian Crisis, right up to pre sent commitments in Chad and elsewhere. Special attention is paid io the activities of the African soldiers of the Armée d'Afrique and the Troupes de Marines." (from the dj). Contents : Part 1 - The French Military System in Africa. 1. The Nature of the System. 2. The System and the French Army. 3. The System and French National Life. Part 2 - The System at Work. 4. The Acquisition of Empire 1830-1906 - The Restoration Monarchy 1815-30; - The July Monarchy 1830-48; - The Second Republic and Second Empire, 1848-70; - TheThird Republic 1871-1906. 5. Expansion 1907-1934 : - Morocco 1907-14; - Wo rld War I and its aftermath; - The zenith of French power. 6. Decline 1934-1945 : - From Apogee to Armistice 1935-40; - Petain, Weygand and de Gaulle 1940-42; - A last splendour, 1942-45. 7. The End of Empire 1945-1962 : - The post-war scene: the metropole; - Syria and Indochina 1945-54; - Africa to1955-56; - Algeria and Africa 1955/56-62. Part 3 - The Armee d'Afrique. 8. The European Regiments : - Zouaves; - Infanterie Legere d'Afrique; - Chass eurs d'Afrique; - Legion Etrangere. 9. The North African Regiments : - Tirailleurs Algeriens and Tunisiens; - Tirailleurs Marocains; - Spahis; - Compagnies Sahariennes; - Artillery, engineers, logistic units; gendarnmel; - Goums and other irregulars. Part 4 - The Troupes de Marine. 10. Infantry and Artillery : - Infanterie and Artillerie de Marine to 1900; - Coloniale Blanche 1900-58; - The Troupes de Marine from 1958. 11. Trailleurs and other African units : - Tirailleurs Senegalais; - GroupesNomades, Auxiliaries and police; - Tirailleurs and other Malagasy personnel. Part 5 - Conclusion. 12.A Balance Sheet. 13. France and Post-independence Africa. Very good in dus tjacket. 40.00

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10540 CLAYTON, Geoffrey). PATON, Alan Apartheid and the Archbishop : The Life and Times of Geoffrey Clayton, Archbishop of Cape Town. in dj
Jonathan Cape, London, 1974, ISBN:022400994x 
(CLAYTON, Geoffrey). PATON, Alan. Apartheid and the Archbishop : The Life and Times of Geoffrey Clayton, Archbishop of Cape Town. London : Jonathan Cape, (1974). Pp. 311. Illustrated with 15 photographs. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt titles to spine. Archbishop Clayton was a champion for the poor and the oppressed in South Africa, dedicating himself to the struggle to rid the country of apartheid. Owner's name inked to front paste-down, else very good in clipped dustjacket (spine sunned, ends and top corners with small chips).40.00

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10541 CLAYTON, Howard Atlantic Bridgehead. 1st UK in dj
Garnstone Press, 1968, 
CLAYTON, Howard. Atlantic Bridgehead : The Story of Transatlantic Communication. (L.) : Garnstone Press, (1968). First Printing. Pp [i]-ix,(1),11-192,+ 16 pp.photos. Maps. 8vo, blue cloth. O'Dea 4206. Chapters : Part I - The Atlantic Telegraph : 1. The Idea is Born; 2. First Attempt the 1858 Cable; 3. The Great Eastern's Cable, 1865; 4. Success; Part II - The Great American and European Short Line Railway : 5. Sandford Fleming and His Vision; 6. The Reality - The Newfoundland Railway; Part III - Marconi and His Wireless: 7. The First Transatlantic Wireless Message; Part IV - Conquest of the A tlantic by Air : 8. The Daily Mail Prize - First Attempts; 9. Alcock and brown Win the Prize; 10. The Atlantic is Conquered. Vg in dj. C.S.S. Acadia'scopy. 75.00

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10542 CLAYTON, Lucy MERRILL, Helen Architecture of Early Prince Edward Island Farmhouses
the Author, Hampton, PEI, 1961, 
CLAYTON, Lucy. Architecture of Early Prince Edward Island Farmhouses. [Hampton, PEI : the Author, 1961]. Pp (24). Illustrated with 42 b&w photos. 8vo,illustrated cream stapled card covers, lettered in black. "A great deal ha s been written concerning the history of Prince Edward Island, and much hasbeen related about the houses of historical interest. So, in this small bo oklet, the author has attempted to describe the farmhouses of the country-side, with no regards to their historical importance. Instead, she has placed the emphasis on their architectural differences. Material for this project seemed scarce. The auuior regrets tnere are so many loveiy places off thebeaten track track she was unable to photograph." (p. [1]). Lightly browne d, vertical crease, staples rusted, penned name, else very good, with the following penned note : "Published October 1961 by the author Helen Merrill (Mrs. F.A.) of Hampton PEI under nom-de-plume "Lucy Clayton"." 80.00

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10543 CLAYTON, Mary Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, number 2) Cult of the Virgin Mary in Anglo-Saxon England. in dj.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1990, ISBN:0521341019 
CLAYTON, Mary. The Cult of the Virgin Mary in Anglo-Saxon England . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1990). Pp. [i]-xiii,(1),1-299,(5), + 16 p.of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt decoration to front and gilt lettering to spine. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, number 2. This volume focuses on the rise of Marian devotion in the early church during the Benedictine period, as far as the Carolingians, focusing on the Anglo-Saxon feasts of the Virgin, contemporary liturgical texts on the subject of the Virgin, prayers, monastic dedications, artwork, prose and poetry that emerged from the beginning of the eighth century through the Norman Conquest. A bit musty, name and personal acquisition note inked, else vg in lightly nicked dj. 100.00

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10544 CLAYTON, Norman J., arranged by All-Girl Trio and Choir
Gospel Songs, Inc., Malverne, NY, 1946, 
CLAYTON, Norman J., arranged by. The All-Girl Trio and Choir . Arranged by Norman J. Clayton. Malverne, NY: Gospel Songs, Inc., 1946. Pp. (32). Unpaginated. 8vo, illustrated stapled red card covers. Covers rubbed with inking to front, else vg. 10.00

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10545 CLAYTON, Tim. Tars : the Men Who Made Britain Rule the Waves.
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 2007, ISBN:9780340898024 
CLAYTON, Tim. Tars : the Men Who Made Britain Rule the Waves. (London): Hodder & Stoughton, (2007). Pp. (6),vii,(1),1-376 + (24) p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth. "Tars is a gripping firsthand account of life in the Royal Navy during four years of crucial innovation and fierce war with France and Spain. Through the lives of a small band of sailors from across the ranks Trafalgar author Tim Clayton paints a vivid picture of the navy andthe era, from close-quarter battles and roistering on the streets of Londo n, to the political decisions that built and destroyed whole empires. In this death-or-glory era the navy became the cherished weapon of an aggressivenation hungry for wealth. Fighting at sea was carried out at ever-closer q uarters and with ever-increasing intensity of firepower. Using newly discovered first-person sources, Tars takes us right up close to the crashing waves, the coarse rope, 'the music of great-guns', the blood and splinters of a pitched sea battle--and to these men's daily struggles as Britain for thefirst time conquered the waves." -- from dust jacket. Very good in dust ja cket. 20.00

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10546 CLAYTON, Willard Parker Pearls from Patmos : Studies in the Book of Revelation. pbk.
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1982, ISBN:0889991707 
CLAYTON, Willard Parker. Pearls from Patmos : Studies in the Book of Revelation . Hantsport, NS: Lancelot Press, (1982). Pp. [1]-118,(2). 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers. Top edge and spine sunned, else vg. 15.00

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10547 CLEARY, A.A. Ceolfrith 41) Men Homeward. 1st pr.
Ceolfrith Press, Sunderland, 1977, ISBN:0904461351 
CLEARY, A.A. Men Homeward. Sunderland: Ceolfrith Press, 1977. First printing (in an edition of 500 copies). Pp. (6),7-53,(3). 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Ceolfrith 41. Includes the following poems: "Elements of choice", "Asylum", "Morning", "Fishwife", "Sunday", "Poet to Sociologist", "Bird and Sea", "Internal manual version of foetus", "How lovely to see you", "Ante-natal clinic", "Hot evening in Euston", "Thinking of elderflowers", "Accident", "The Riddance", "Like gulls,a menace at St. Ives", "THe Armed Men", "Look at the colours", "Painting for pleasure", "In the Sheldonian Theatre", "Men Homeward", "Charge-hand", "Maiden City", "Poverty", "Derry's Walls","A Fable", "People for the Trees", "Lonely men in Lambeth", "On trying to be objective", and "Word to a cat". Light foxing to edges of both covers, else very good. 20.00

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10548 CLEARY, Al Jamaica Brukin's
Brain Buster Publications, Kingston, 1972, 
CLEARY, Al. Jamaica Brukin's. (Kingston): Brain Buster Publications, (1973). Pp. [1]-79,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Jokes and cartoons divided into sections: Love Life and Humour; Big Boy and Big Boy; Humour and the Law; Insanity and Humour; Humour and Alcohol; Brats and Humour; Humour and the Dead; The Living and Humour. Some smudges and dents to covers, one small tear along bottom front edge, else vg. 20.00

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10549 CLEATHER, Joan Head, Heart and Hands : The Story of Physiotherapy in Canada. First Edition, Papeback, Signed
Canadian Physiotherapy Association, 1995, 
CLEATHER, Joan. Head, Heart and Hands : The Story of Physiotherapy in Canada. (Toronto) : "Published and distributed by the " Canadian Physiotherapy Association, 1995. First Edition, Papeback. Pp (4),v-x,(2),1-227,(1). With many b&w photos aand other illustrations in the text. 8vo, photo-illustratedcardcovers, with white & yellow lettering to purply-blue spine. Contents : 1. Scope of Practice : Changes and Choices : - A Struggle for Recognition; - Responding to the Challenge; - Organization and Consolidation; - Seeking Increased Autonomy; - Specialization and Diversification; - Referral or Di rect Access; - Health Promotion and Planning. 2. Delivery of Physiotherapy Services : Staffing, Caseloads and Policy : - Chronic Shortages and Recruitment; - Private Practice: Problems and Persistence; - Regulation of Practice; - Support Personnel; - Measuring Productivity and Quality of Patient Care; - Debating a Revised Health Polic; - Vision for Future Delivery of Services. 3. Physiotherapy Education in Canada : - First Diploma Program Created; - Introduction of a Baccalaureate Degree; - University-based Physical Therapy Programs Survive Threat; - Post-Graduate Education; - Current Status of Canadian Programsl - Changing Role of the Physical Therapy Professor . 4.Research in Rehabilitation Science : - CPA's Initiatives; - The Physiother apy Foundation of Canad; - Development of University-based Research; - Support tor Research in Rehabilitation; - Outlook the Future. 5. The CPA Seventy-Five Years of Commitment : - The Eariy Days: Starting Out; - WWII ad the Post-War Years: A Business-like Approach; - The Sixties: Taking More Responsibility; - The Seventies: Changes and Challenges; - The Eighties: An Era of Corporate Management; - The Nineties: Political Action and Strategic Planning; - Profile of CPA Membership. 6. CPA Membership : Mission and Services: - Governance: The Democratic Process; - Publications: National and Local ; - Educational Support; - Honours and Awards; - Public Information and Networking 7. Trends in Treatment : - Fields of Practice: Treatment and Prevention; - Modalities and Techniques Used; - Client-centered, Multidisciplinary Approach. Epilogue. Addenda : - The Trials of Trade Unionism; - The Pressing Problems of Uniforms; - Physiotherapists Honoured as Enid Graham Memorial Lecturers; -CPA Presidents; - CPA Motto Reflects Basic Goal. Joan Allen Cleather (b. 1933) was living in Chester Basin, Nova Scotia at the time of publication. Very good. Signed, withouth inscription, by Cleather on the title-page. 60.00

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10550 CLEAVE, Chris Incendiary.
Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, 2005, ISBN:03856611703 
CLEAVE, Chris. Incendiary. N.pl.: Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, (2005). First Printing. Pp (10),[1]-237,(9). 8vo, black cloth spine, black marbled paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. Chris Cleave (born 1973)is a British writer and journalist. His debut novel Incendiary was publish ed in twenty countries and has been adapted into a feature film starring Michelle Williams and Ewan McGregor. It won a 2006 Somerset Maugham Award andwas shortlisted for the 2006 Commonwealth Writers' Prize. Very good to fin e in unclipped dustjacket. Signed by the author. 50.00

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10551 CLEAVER, Thomas John Night, and Other Poems
Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. / W. Braithwaite, London / Stokesley , 1848, 
CLEAVER, Thomas John. Night, and Other Poems. London : Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. / Stokesley : W. Braithwaite, MDCCCXLVIII [1848]. Pp [1]-143,(1), frontispiece. Demy 12mo, green pressed cloth, gilt vignette to front board, gilt lettering to spine. Thomas John Cleaver was President of the Stockton Literary Society. This volume was published by subscription, with the list of subscribers at end of book. Rubbed, spine ends nicked, corners bumped, a short tear to one leaf, penned name dated 1849, else a good to very good copy. Uncommon. 250.00

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10552 CLEAVES, Emery N. Sea Fever : The Making of a Sailor. US in dj
Houghton Mifflin, boston, 1972, ISBN:0395136431 
CLEAVES, Emery N. Sea Fever : The Making of a Sailor. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1972. First Printig. Pp. (8),[vii]-x,(2),[1]-283,(7). Map endpapers. 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine, top edge dyed a faint orange. "The sea was in his blood. maine captains looked out of ancestral portraits. Emery himself had worked boyhood summers on the sailing schooners that still plied his coast. So it was natural for him to envisage a career. [...] The Amphitrite was a grain ship, sailing out of Montreal, bound with cargo for Gibraltar and points east. Emergy signed up asthird cook. They hit the first storm two days out. The grain shifted so ba dly the ship was endangered for the voyage and Emery himself was swept off the deck and back. It was a 'bad' ship: a slow coal-burner with poor food and a very overworked galley slave -- who was often homesick. So hge jumped ship once back in Spain and lived on the Barcelona docks waiting for a new chance It came with the Winona, headed through Suez for the East Indies. This voyage more nearly approached his original dream; a taut and happy ship on a romantic routewith ample provender and first-class cooks." - from the dustjacket. Name to first blank, else very good in nicked, price-clipped dustjacket. 15.00

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10553 CLEGG, Paul W. (ed.) Ships 'Sixtynine. First American Edition in dustjacket.
Arco Publishing Company, Inc., New York, 1968, 
CLEGG, Paul W., (ed.). Ships 'Sixtynine. New York : Arco Publishing CompanyInc., (1968). First American Edition. Pp (4),(4),[5]-96,(4). Illustrated w ith over 70 b&w photos. 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to spine. Spine has "'Sixty-nine" with hyphen. Dustjacket front and spine have "'Sixty nine" with space. Title page and dustjacket flap have "'Sixtynine" with no space or hyphen. Contents: "The Hydrographer's World" by David Parsons; "Paddle Tugs of the Rhine" by Jan W. Lodder; "Farifield Record Breakers" by William A. Connell; "The Dover Review" by John F. Hendy; "The Changing Mersey Scene" by Craig J.M. Carter; "Fotofeature - Safmarine" by Malcolm Cranfield [on the South African Marine Corporation]; "A Fleet Within a Fleet" by B.C.G. Pearce [on the RFA Service for logistics and supply, the Royal Fleet Auxilary Service]; " Fotofeature - Modern Motor Fishing Vessels" by W. Paul Clegg;" Sognefjord Shipping" by F.W. Hawks [on the longest Norwegian fjord]. Nam e, a few small interior stains, else very good in price-clipped dustjacket.17.00

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10554 CLEGG, Paul W. (ed.) Ships 'Sixtynine. First American Edition in dustjacket.
Arco Publishing Company, Inc., New York, 1968, 
CLEGG, Paul W., (ed.). Ships 'Sixtynine. New York : Arco Publishing CompanyInc., (1968). First American Edition. Pp (4),(4),[5]-96,(4). Illustrated w ith over 70 b&w photos. 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to spine. Spine has "'Sixty-nine" with hyphen. Dustjacket front and spine have "'Sixty nine" with space. Title page and dustjacket flap have "'Sixtynine" with no space or hyphen. Contents: "The Hydrographer's World" by David Parsons; "Paddle Tugs of the Rhine" by Jan W. Lodder; "Farifield Record Breakers" by William A. Connell; "The Dover Review" by John F. Hendy; "The Changing Mersey Scene" by Craig J.M. Carter; "Fotofeature - Safmarine" by Malcolm Cranfield [on the South African Marine Corporation]; "A Fleet Within a Fleet" by B.C.G. Pearce [on the RFA Service for logistics and supply, the Royal Fleet Auxilary Service]; " Fotofeature - Modern Motor Fishing Vessels" by W. Paul Clegg;" Sognefjord Shipping" by F.W. Hawks [on the longest Norwegian fjord]. Ver y good in dustjacket. 25.00

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10555 CLEGG, W. Paul and John S. STYRING STYRING, John S. Steamers of British Railways and Associate Companies. First Edition in dustjacket.
T. Stephenson & Sons Ltd., Prescot, Lancashire, 1962, 
CLEGG, W. Paul and John S. STYRING. Steamers of British Railways and Associate Companies. Prescot, Lancashire: T. Stephenson & Sons Ltd., 1962. First UK Printing. Pp. (4),v-viii,(2),1-140, frontis. Illustrated. Map endpapers.8vo, green cloth with silver lettering to spine. Includes information on t he Humber Lines Ltd., The Caledonian Steam Packet Co. Ltd., The Clyde and Campbeltown Shipping Co. Ltd., and The Atlantic Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. With numerous informative pencilled notations, and relevant newspaper clippings laid in. Very good in rubbed, nicked, faintly-spotted, price-clipped dj.50.00

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10556 CLEGG, W. Paul STYRING, John S. British Nationalised Shipping. in dj.
Augustus M. Kelley, 1969, 
CLEGG, W. Paul and John S. STYRING. British Nationalised Shipping 1947-1968. NY: Augustus M. Kelley, (1969). Pp 304. 8vo, black cloth. "This book describes all the cross-channel vessels and most of the smaller ones owned by successive nationalised railway authorities and by subsidiary and allied bodies. It is the result of many years' intensive research and it replaces a much simpler book produced by the authors in 1962." -from the dj. Vg in slightly rubbed dj. 90.00

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10557 CLELAND, Charles E. Canadian Historic Sites Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 3 Comparison of the Faunal Remains from French and British Refuse Pits at Fort Michilimackinac : A Study in Changing Subsistence Patterns
National Historic Sites Service, 1970, 
CLELAND, Charles E. "Comparison of the Faunal Remains from French and British Refuse Pits at Fort Michilimackinac : A Study in Changing Subsistence Patterns". An article published in Canadian Historic Sites Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 3, pp. 8-23. Ottawa: National Historic SitesService, 1970. Pp. 85. Illustrated. Triple column. 8vo, white ill. card co vers. Also includes: David Lee's "The French in Gaspé, 1534 to 1760" and Walter A. Kenyon's "The Armstrong Mound on Rainy River, Ontario". Light wear to covers, stamp of university department, else vg.. 30.00

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10558 CLELAND, E. Davenport West Australian Mining Practice : A Description of the Mining Methods followed by the principal Gold Mines of Western Australia
Chamber of Mines of Western Australia (Incorporated), Kalgoorlie (W.A.) and London, 1911, 
CLELAND, E. Davenport. West Australian Mining Practice : A Description of the Mining Methods followed by the principal Gold Mines of Western Australia. With the Assistance of the Publicatons Committee of The Chamber of Mines of Western Australia (Incorporated). With 14 Plates and 110 Illustrations. Kalgoorlie (W.A.) and Londn : The Chamber of Mines of Western Australia (Incorporated), 1911. Pp (4),v-xvi,[1]-268,xvii-xxxi,(1),+ 14 folding plates/map. Text Illustrations. Index. 4to, gren cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Rebacked, new endpapers, ex-library (spine numbering, pereforated library stamps), edgeworn, spine darkened, covers bowed, else a very good, solid copy. 250.00 Contents : I. Geology : Kalgoorlie—Leonora—Day Dawn. II. Shaft Sinking and Timbering - Vertical Shafts : Sizes s of Shafts—Sinking—Boring out Shaft Bottoms—Stope Cut—Centre Cut— Explosives and Firing—Removal of Broken Rock—Pent Houses—Shaft Timbering—Square or Frame System—Description of Stage—Cost of Sinking. III. Shaft Sinking and Timbering - Underlay or Incline Shafts : Sizes of Shafts—Sinking—Cost of Sinking., IV. Head Frames, Winding Engines, Ropes, Air Compressors, Rock-Drilling Machines and Steel : Steel Frames—Wooden Frames—Sizes and Types of Winding Engines-Description of Hoisting Ropes—Air Compressors - Rock Drills—Drill Sharpening - Repairs to Machines. V. Shaft Plats : Vertical Shafts—Underlay Shafts—Dimensions of Plats. VI. Mine Development : Distance between Levels—Crosscuts and Drives—Sampling—Boring and Firing - Winzes — Rises — Costs — Timbering Levels—Leading Stopes—Framed or Post-and-Cup Sets—Stull Timbering — Stull-and-Post —Saddle-back—Rafter Timbering. VII. Ore Chutes and Passes : Construction — Dimensions —"Chinaman'' Chute. VIII. Stopes and Stoping : Methods of Stoping—Flat Back—Rill—Shrinkage—Costs—Relative Advantages and Disadvantages. IX. Underground Transport of Ore : Truck Roads—Trucks—Ore Transportation -Plat Ore-bins. X. Cages, Skips, and Safety Appliances : Cages—Hinged Shoes—Side Safety Catches—Safe Skips—Gate for changing Cages—Cage Indicators. XI. Signalling Methods, Apparatus and Codes : Knocker Line—Electric Signalling—Call Bell—Inter-level Signals—Signal Code. XII. Ore Sampling, Weighing and Valuation : Descriptions of Various Methods Employed. XIII. Diamond Drilling : Particulars of Machines—Size of Core—Deflection of Bores—Costs. XIV. Explosives : Composition—Purity—Chemical and Physical Examinations—Safety Fuse—Fumes - Quantities and Value of Importation. XV. Ventilation and Sanitation : Ventilation and Sanitation. XVI. Water Supply : Description of Government Water Supply—Pipe Line—Pumping Machinery—Reservoirs and Reticulation—Cost. XVII. Underground Water and Mine Drainage : Underground Water and Mine Drainage. XVIII. Wages, Fuel, Transport and Administration : Rates of Wages—Costs of Materials—Freight Rates—Mining Law. ADDITIONALSHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEI GHT. Rebacked, new endpapers, ex-library (spine numbering, pereforated library stamps), edgeworn, spine darkened, covers bowed, else a very good, solid copy. 250.00

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10559 CLELAND, H. F. Brief History of the Geology of the Berkshires. Reprinted from North Adams Transcript of Dec. 24, 1906. Williams College
1906, 
CLELAND, H. F. A Brief History of the Geology of the Berkshires. Reprinted from North Adams Transcript of Dec. 24, 1906. Williams College. Pp. 8 including three illustrations. Double column. 8vo, grey printed paper covers. Small red-inked notation to front cover, else very good. 20.00

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10560 CLELAND, John Dictionary of Love; wherein is the description of a Perfect Beauty: The Picture of a Fop or Macaroni, And a Key to all the Arch Phrases, and DifficultTerms, used in that Universal Language.
Printed at the Minerva Press, London , 1806, 
[CLELAND, John]. A Dictionary of Love; wherein is the description of a Perfect Beauty: The Picture of a Fop or Macaroni, And a Key to all the Arch Phrases, and Difficult Terms, used in that Universal Language. With Notes. London : Printed at the Minerva-Press, 1806. Pp (4),[5]-108. 12mo, paper covered wooden boards. Original edition by John Cleland (1753). John Cleland (1709-1789) was an English novelist most famous and infamous as the author of Fanny Hill: or, the Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. Spine repaired, new sympathetic paper infilled over original wooden board, leaves relaced with linen tape. 1930s penned acquisition note on flyleaf, else very good, with occasional light browning. 800.00

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10561 CLEMENS W. A. and G. V. WILBY WILBY, G. V. BEEBE, F. L. DENBIGH, D. B. Fishes of the Pacific coast of Canada
Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1961, 
CLEMENS W. A. and G. V. WILBY. Fishes of the Pacific coast of Canada. Illustrated by F. L. Beebe and D. B. Denbigh. Ottawa: The Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1961. Pp. 443 including 281 black & white plates + six full coloured plates. Coloured frontis. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering tofront and spine. Bulletin No. 68 (Second edition). Previous owner's name i nked to ffep, else vg. 40.00

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10562 CLEMENT, Alex HAGG HEATHFIELD OAKLEY, Harold Yadil Book : The careful study of this book and the use of Yadil everywherefor every disorder will save hundreds of thousands of lives every year
Clement & Johnson Limited, London, 1923, 
CLEMENT, Alex. The Yadil Book : The careful study of this book and the use of "Yadil" everywhere for every disorder will save hundreds of thousands oflives every year . Illustrated by Hagg, Heathfield and Harold Oakley. Lond on: Clement and Johnson Limited, 1923. Third Edition. Pp. (5),6-287,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth with black lettering and borders to front, black lettering to spine. Hinges shaky, cracked between pp. 32-33 with some damage and text loss to leaves, else good. With three signed inscriptions by theauthor. Uncommon. 50.00

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10563 CLEMENT, Wallace Struggle to Organize : Resistance in Canada's Fishery. Paperback.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1986, ISBN:0771021585 
CLEMENT, Wallace. The Struggle to Organize : Resistance in Canada's Fishery. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1986). First Edition. Pp (6),7-219,(5). 8vo, trade paperback, with yellow spine. Chapters : 1. A Fine Kettle of Fish; 2. East Coast Production Patterns; 3. West Coast Production Patterns;4. Unusual Markets and Stranger State Policies; 5. The Need for an Explana tion; 6. Formative Struggles and Consolidation: 1945 to 1969; 7. The Canso Struggle and Newfoundland Recognition: 1970-1974; 8. Struggles Continue and"New" Co-ops Appear: 1975 to 1979; 9. Crisis, Restructuring and Reallignme nt: The 1980s; 10. Class Struggle Does Matter. With notes and an index. SeeAnthony Davis' review in Labour/Le Travail 23, Spring 1989, pp.297-300. "P roviding a theoretical context in which to understand Canada's fisheries, The Struggle to Organize locates broadly the similarities and differences, based on ever-changing circumstances, of the complicated tangle of organizations on both coasts, of which the United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union, the Prince Ruped Fishermen's Co-operative, the Newfoundland Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers' Union, and the Eastern Fishermen's Federation are a few examples. An Investigation of all these organizations clearly reveals that workers in the fisheries are increasingly becoming a unionized labour force, continuing the struggle for survival in a corporate dominated, industrial economy. The class content of associations, co-operatives, and unions is analysed to account for their actions and directions of change." - from the rear cover. Name, else very good. 14.00

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10564 CLEMENTS, Rex Stately Southerner. 1st US no dj
Houghton Mifflin, Boston and N.Y., 1926, 
CLEMENTS, Rex. A Stately Southerner. With pen and ink sketches by A. Weston. Boston and N.Y.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1926. First U.S. Edition. Printed in Great Britain. Pp (10),11- 191,(1),[i]-iii ("Opinions of the Press" on Clements' A Gipsy of the Horn), (1) Pagination includes the frontispieceand 5 other sketches by Weston. 8vo, blue cloth. Chapters : A Stately Sout herner - The First Watch, "The Ladies Gulf", "The Wide Ethiopian", The River of India, Valhalla, Lomitas, Landfall; "The Ports Desired": Umgeni River;The Island of Ascension; "Unto the Hills"; "Mac"; "Stand from Under"; The Wraith of the Pocahontas; The West Coast Clippers [i.e. trading on the westcoast of South America]; The Passing of Sail. A little light foxing to ear ly and late leaves, spine title faint, else vg, tight. 40.00

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10565 CLEMENTS, Robert N. TENNYSON, Brian Douglas, (ed.) Merry Hell : The Story of the 25th Battalion (Nova Scotia Regiment), Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919. First Edition in dustjacket
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2013, ISBN:9781442644960 2013 1442644966 
CLEMENTS, Robert N. , Captain, M.C. Merry Hell : The Story of the 25th Battalion (Nova Scotia Regiment), Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919. Edited by Brian Douglas Tennyson. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (2013). First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xxiii,(3),[3]-265,(7). 8vo, black cloth, giltlettering to spine.

Robert Clements (b. May 12, 1894 Yarmouth).

"Merry Hell is the only complete history of the 25th Canadian infantry battalion, which was recruited in the autumn and winter of 1914–15 and served overseas from spring 1915 until spring 1919. Author Robert N Clements, who served in the battalion throughout that period and rose from private to captain, wrotethe story many years after the war, based on his personal memories and exp eriences. As such, his story reflects two unique perspectives on Canadian military history – the remarkably fresh recollections and anecdotes of a veteran, and the outlook of a man eager to share what his generation contributed to the nation’s history, character, and identity.

Professional military historian Brian Douglas Tennyson buttresses Clements’s story with a valuable critical apparatus, including an analytical introduction that contextualizes the history and notes that explain unfamiliar points and people. Merry Hell is a captivating tale for those who enjoy stories of war and battle, and one that will entertain readers with Clements’s richly colourful anecdotes and witty poems, none of which have been published before." - from dj flap.

Contents:
Introduction;
Preface;
Chapters :
1. In the Beginning;
2. Growing Pains;
3. Oh What a Lovely War;
4. Under Way at Last;
5. Summer Days;
6. Away to the Races;
7. Phooie - Il pluie;
8. What Next?;
9. Waiting Time;
10. Dear Old Blighty: Diary of a Leave to England, January 1916;
11. You Can Have It;
12. In the Good Old Summer Time;
13. Notes from the Observers;
14. The Birth of Battalion Canteen;
15. Why???;
16. The Corps Comes of Age;
17. In Again Out Again;
18. Dirty Jobs;
19. Cleaning Up;
20. The Last Hundred Days;
21. The Long Road Home.
Appendix: Nominal Roll of Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men of the the 25th Battalion (pp.227-255).
With reading list and index.

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10566 CLEMMONS, Janine R., and Richard BUCHHOLZ (eds.). Behavioral Approaches to Conservation in the Wild
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997, ISBN:0521589606 
CLEMMONS, Janine R., and Richard BUCHHOLZ (eds.). Behavioral Approaches to Conservation in the Wild. (Cambridge) : Cambridge University Press, (1997).First Edition. Pp [i]-xviii,1-382. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated gr een and tan card covers. Contents : Part I. Problems and Issues: 1. Linkingconservation and behavior (by Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz); 2. Integrating behavior into conservation biology: potentials and limitations (by Steven R. Beissinger); 3. Why hire a behaviorist into a conservation o r management team? (by Peter Arcese, Lukas F. Keller and John R. Cary); 4. Conservation, behavior and 99% of the world's biodiversity : Is our ignorance really bliss? (by Hugh Dingle, Scott P. Carroll and Jenella E. Loye); Part II. Conservation and the Four Levels of Behavioral Study: 5. Environmental stress, field endocrinology and conservation biology (by John C. Wingfield, Kathleen Hunt, Creagh Breuner, Kent Dunlap, Gene S. Fowler, Leonard Freed and Jaan Lepson); 6. Conservation and the ontogeny of behavior (by Ian G. McLean); 7. Hatching asynchrony in parrots: boon or bane for sustainable use (by Scott H. Stoleson and Steven R. Beissinger); 8. Behavioral variation: a valuable but neglected biodiversity (by Richard Buchholz and Janine R.Clemmons); Part III. Examples and Case Studies: 9. Bioacoustics as a tool in conservation studies (by Luis F. Baptista and Sandra L. L. Gaunt); 10. Mating systems, effective population size and conservation of natural populations (by Patricia G. Parker and Thomas A. Waite); 11. The importance of social behavior studies for conservation (by Jan Komdeur and Charlotte Deerenberg); 12. Linking environmental toxicology, ethology and conservation (by Edmund H. Smith and Dennis T. Logan); 13. The problem of photopollution forsea turtles and other nocturnal animals (by Blair E. Witherington); 14. Li ght, behavior and conservation of forest-dwelling organisms (by John A. Endler); 15. On becoming a conservation biologist: autobiography and advice (by Katherine Ralls). Rubbed, else very good. 35.00

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10567 CLEMO, Jack Cactus on Carmel. 1st UK in dj
Methuen, 1967, 
CLEMO, Jack. Cactus on Carmel. L: Methuen, (1967). First UK Edition. Pp. 52. 8vo, black cloth. Pages uncut, blank on the verso. Fine in near-fine dj. Publisher's review slip laid in. 35.00

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10568 CLEMSON, Donovan CRAIG, David Lost Mine. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan Company of Canada Ltd., Toronto, 1967, 
CLEMSON, Donovan. Lost Mine. Illustrated by David Craig. Toronto : Macmillan Company of Canada, 1967. First Edition. Pp.(10),1-176,(4). 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. A children's adventure story set in the interior of British Columbia. "'You've got to break rock, boys, if you want to find mines.' ''Break roclc" was Uncle George's war cry.' Sixteen-year-old Paul was to hear this cry many times in his first summer of prospecting in thewild and beautiful mountains deep in the interior of British Columbia. Unc ie George, with his two partners, Hunter and Hardy, had prospected many years in these mountains, and under his uncle's guidance, Paul learns to traceveins, identify rock formations, and stake claims. Paul is also intrigued b the stories of the old-timers about a lost gold mine. When an ancient axe-cut stump is found and then a skull, Paul and Hardy, with some good-natured but skeptical bantering from George and Hunter, track down the old prospector's cache and solve an ancient riddle. The lure of prospecting, with itsfascination, dangers, and rewards, the beauty and solitude of the mountain s, the delights and incidents of camp life are vividly torn by Donovan Clemson, an experienced prospector. This fresh and informative book will be of particular interest to boys who have an interest in rocks and minerals and who enjoy outdoor life." -from the dj. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 35.00

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10569 CLENMAN, Donna Blumenfeld. Scroll of Remembrance
Flowerfield & Littleman, North York, Ont., 1995, ISBN:0969335261 
CLENMAN, Donna Blumenfeld. A Scroll of Remembrance. (North York, Ont.: Flowerfield & Littleman, 1995). First Edition. Pp [1]-69,(3). 8vo, illustrated card covers. A book of poetry. “Dreamlike and feverish was the assembling of these pages. The 1945-1995 time equation compounded by the never forgotten date of January 16, 1945, the day of my liberation from the hell of Nazi concentration camps, threw me into a turmoil of emotion defying rational outlet.” - from the back cover. Very good. 10.00

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10570 CLERCQ, René de (ed.). De Historie Van Doctor Johannes Faustus
1931, 
CLERCQ, René de (ed.). De Historie Van Doctor Johannes Faustus : Die een uitneemende grooten toveraar en zwarte konstenaar was, van zijn duivelsche verschrijvinge, van zijn onchristelijk leven, wonderlijke avontuuren, en van zijn schrikkelijk en gruwelijk einde en afscheid. Bewerkt en ingeleid door Dr. René de Clercq. Platen van A. Hahn Jr. Zeist : Uitgeverij de TorentransN.V., MCMXXXI [1931]. Pp [1]-156,(4). Illustrated. 4 to, black cloth, gilt and red lettering to front board, gilt lettering to dpine, top edge dyed b lack. Text in Dutch. A little rubbed, corners bumped, bookplate and name sticker, portrait pasted to front endpaper, rear hinge a little shaky, elsevery good. 85.00

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10571 CLERICI, Fabrizio Taccuino Orientale.
Officine Grafiche Elli & Pagani, Milano / Milan, 1955, 
CLERICI, Fabrizio. Taccuino Orientale. (Milano : Officine Grafiche Elli & Pagani, Novembre 1955). Pp (80). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, grey cloth, red initials to front board, printed paper label to spine. Facsimile of his notebook. Fabrizio Clerici (1913-1993) was an Italian surreal painter and designer. This is a facsimile of his notebook. Margins browned, waterstain to last few leaves, card tipped in to front free endpaper [part of book] detached(but present), else good. As is. 45.00

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10572 CLERK, Nathalie Studies in Archaeology, Architecture and History) Palladian Style in Canadian Architecture
National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, Ottawa, 1984, ISBN:0660115301 
CLERK, Nathalie. Palladian Style in Canadian Architecture . (Ottawa) : National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, 1984. Pp. (1)-154,[2]. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, illustrated white card covers. A volume in the Studies in Archaeology, Architecture and History series. "The Palladian style, which flourished in England from 1710 to1750, is based on rules established by Palladio, the great architect of th e Italian Renaissance. The outstanding elements of this style are projecting frontispieces, lateral wings, triangular pediments, Venetian windows, anddoors framed by pilasters and surmounted by semicircular transoms or small pediments. In Canada the buildings that most faithfully reflect Palladian principles are generally of a monumental or institutional nature, such as large Anglican churches, official residences and government buildings; domestic architecture features numerous adaptations of the style." - from rear cover. A history of the Palladian Style of architecture, and its implementaion into the construction of key Canadian buildings. Includes more than one hundred architectural examples (most of which are in Canada). Chapters : 1.The Palladian Movement in England - Palladio - Origins of the Movement - P ublications - Buildings; 2. Introduction of the Palladian Style into the Colony : Book - Military Architects - Immigration - François Ballairgé and Jérôme Demers; 3. Religious Architecture : Atlantic Provinces - Quebec; 4. Public Architecture; 5. Domestic Architecture: Ontario - Quebec - Atlantic Provinces. With Conclusion, end-notes and bibliography. Of Nova Scotia interest: pp.63-65, 70, 84, 89, 96-97, 131-135, 137-139, 142-143. Of New Brunswick interest: pp.66-68, 85-87, 136, 140-141, 143-144. Of Prince Edward Islandinterest: pp.88, 90, 99. Of Newfoundland interest: pp.93-94. Name, else ve ry good. 25.00

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10573 CLERUS Christianity's Great Triumph and Her Repulse. First Edition
William Briggs, Toronto , 1898, 
CLERUS. Christianity's Great Triumph and Her Repulse. Toronto : William Briggs / Montreal : C.W. Coates / Halifax : S.F. Huestis, 1898. First Edition.Pp (4),[iii]-vi,(2),[9]-105,(1). 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to front b oard and spine. Not in Watters, Rhodenizer. "Yet after 1900 years of Christian history, the Church is able to say little more than that she has skirted the shores of heathendom — has, perhaps, here and there caused a ray of light to pierce the darkness. As the dawn of the twentieth century is painting the hill-tops with its glory, she is able to say that of a total population of the world of some 1,400,000,000 there remain still 1,000,000,000 to whom she has not yet carried the Gospel, who are still sitting in ihe darkness of the shadow of death. When will their evangelization be effected ?" -p.v-vi. A few light stains to cloth, light spine wear, else very good, bri ght. Uncommon. 40.00

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10574 CLEUGH, Eric Viva Mallorca : Yesterday and Today in the Balearic Islands. 1st UK in dj
Cassell, 1963, 
CLEUGH, Eric. Viva Mallorca : Yesterday and Today in the Balearic Islands. L.: Cassell, (1963). First Printing. Pp 177. 8vo, blue cloth. "A wealth of legend surrounds the islands which have been the resort of piracy, the recruiting area for the famous Balearic slingers, the centre of East-West trade, and even a place of exile for prisoners of war." - from the dj. Vg in rubbed, nicked dj. 27.50

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10575 CLEUGH, James Rogues Gallery No.02 Captain Thomas Johnstone 1772-1839 : Smuggler's Reach.
Andrew Melrose, London, 1955, 
CLEUGH, James. Captain Thomas Johnstone 1772-1839 : Smuggler's Reach. London : Andrew Melrose, (1955). First Printing. Pp 318. Illustrated. 8vo, greencloth. Number Two in The Rogues Gallery series. An historical novel. Very good. 27.50

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10576 CLEVELAND, E. E. Free at Last
Review and Herald Publishing Association / Pacific Press Publishing Association, Washington, DC and Hhagerstown, MD / Oshawa, Ontario, Canada and Montemorrelos, Mexico, 1970, 
CLEVELAND, E.E. Free at Last. Washington, DC and Hagerstown, MD Review and Herald Publishing Association / Oshawa, Ontario, Canada and Montemorrelos, Mexico : Pacific Press Publishing Association, (1970). Pp (4),5-447,(1). Ilustrated throughout. Large 8vo, art-illustrated blue glossy paper covered boards (hardcover), lettered in yellow and black.

Edward Earl Cleveland (b. March 11, 1921, Huntsville, Alabama – d. August 30, 2009, Huntsville, Alabama) commonly known as E. E. Cleveland was an author, civil rights advocate and evangelist of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

"The history of the black man in America is inseparably intertwined with the Bible. During the dark night of the black man's servitude the preacher was the only public speaker allowed on the plantation, and the Scriptures were the only approved reading. Listening to the stories of the Hebrew slavery and the Exodus, the black mandiscerned a similarity of experience and made the message of the Bible the cradle of his hope. The church became the temple of hope, and the Negro spiritual reflected the ebb and flow of his dreams. Ranging from the abject pathos of "Nobody Knows but Jesus" to the triumphant notes of "Free at Last," the black man's music mirrors his history and hopes. This book is dedicated to his hope." (p. 12).

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10577 CLEVELAND, Grover Stafford Little Lectures Independence of the Executive. 1st US no dj
Oxford, 1913, 
CLEVELAND, Grover. The Independence of the Executive. Princeton : Princeton University Press / L.: Oxford University Press, 1913. Pp 82. First Printing. 8vo, blue cloth, t.e.g. In The Stafford Little Lectures series. Lacking rear free endpaper, edgewear to spine ends and corners, light foxing to edges and rear endpaper, else vg. 100.00

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10578 CLEVELAND, Harlan MCNAMARA, Robert S. (foreword) Jossey-Bass Management Series) Jossey-Bass Public Administration Series) Birth of a New World. 1st US in dj. signed.
Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1993, ISBN:1-55542-511-9 
CLEVELAND, Harlan. Birth of a New World ; foreword by Robert S. McNamara. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, (1993). First Edition. Pp. 260. 8vo, black cloth. A publication in the Jossey-Bass Management Series and the Jossey-Bass Public Administration Series. Exploring topics in the post-Cold War world, from the first Gulf War, to the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, to Yeltsin's efforts to reduce the number of Russian nuclear arms. Vg-fine in dj. Signed by Cleveland on half-title. 30.00

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10579 CLEVELAND, Joan Silver Locket. First Edition, Signed
Community Books, Lockeport, 2003, ISBN:1896496393 
CLEVELAND, Joan. Silver Locket. Lockeport, NS: Community Books, (2003). First Edition. Pp. (8),9-86. Small 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. In the Silver trilogy. "Jenny Silver was excited when her parents decided to buy anold country schoolhouse and fix it up for a summer place. She and her litt le brother Ben looked forward to spending their vacation in the old building but didn't expect a visitor from the past to be waiting for them. Set near historic Bridgwater, on Nova Scotia's South Shore, this exciting mystery will thrill children of all ages." - from the rear cover. Diagonal crease to front cover, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author on the half-title page. 7.50

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10580 CLEVER, Glenn NAUSE, John Age of the Astronauts. First Edition
Bytown Press, Ottawa, 1971, 
CLEVER, Glenn. Age of the Astronauts. Ottawa : Bytown Press, (1971). First Edition. Pp [1]-57,(1). 8vo, card covers. A book of poetry. "Published as it is by a Canadian in the 1970s, the book is significant for other reasons.It rather deliberately avoids the regionalism that characterizes much Cana dian poetry. To say that Glenn Clever is a Canadian poet is to say that he is a poet who happens to be a Canadian. His writing scarcely displays the self-conscious concern with national identity or regional phenomena which marks the work of many Canadian contemporaries. This is neither a virtue nor a fault, but it is an interesting fact. Secondly, any young man who today aspires to great achievement as a poet might take a lesson from the prosody of Clever's poems, the majority of which reflect a rigid self-discipline inthe development of craft. His choice of traditional forms, such as the son net, of which there are ten, and the quatrain stanza of the 17th century lyricists, manifests a striving for classical precision. "Correctness," "precision," and "self-discipline" are not the popular terms they once were, butthe writer who wants to be a poet must embrace them if he is to attain his goal." - from the Introduction by John Nause. "Age of the Astronauts", "Th e Chinese Box", "Zombies", "Death", "Heart's Desire", "Destiny", "Triolet","Follow Your Heart", "Autumn Days", " Birds of Passage", "Prairie Crossroa ds", "True Love", "Longing", "Little One", "Premonition", " Illusion", "TheGolden Age", "Blue-Bells", "False Love", " Love's Logarithm", "Parting", " The Gift of the Fairies", "Memory", " Winter of Affection", "Embers", " Dusky Eyes", "The Dreamer", "The Suzerainne", "The Heart's Remembering", "The Recruit: November 11th", "Nothing of Regret", "Fear", "Futility", "Evening Prayers", "The Dream", "The Peace of Death", "Nignt-Fears", "Rain Call", "Passing Fancy", "Requiem", "The Sacrifice", "Casualty Lists", "Cease-Fire", "Life in Death", "Salute", and "The Peace that Passes Understanding". Lightrubbing, else very good. 20.00

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10581 CLEVER, Glenn, and Christine S. ZEBER. Index to The Contents of the Periodical Canadian Literature. Nos. 1-102.
Tecumseh, Ottawa , 1984, 
CLEVER, Glenn, and Christine S. ZEBER. An Index to The Contents of the Periodical Canadian Literature. Nos. 1-102. Ottawa : Tecumseh, 1984. Pp (4),1-218. Large 8vo, red leatherette. Black smudging to rear board, name, else very good. 80.00

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10582 CLEVER, Glenn, ed. with an intro. ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir). Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, 10. Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, April 22-24, 1983.
University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa, 1984, ISBN:0776643908 
(ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir). CLEVER, Glenn. The Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, April 22-24, 1983. Edited with an introduction by Glenn Clever. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1984. Pp. (8),[ix]-xiv,[1]-249,(1). 8vo,printed white card covers with grey and maroon lettering to front cover an d spine. Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, number 10. "This volume re-evaluates 'Canada's first man of letters,' Roiberts the poet and novelist; the romancer and translator; the critic and journalist; the historian. Charles G.D. Roberts, 'the father of Canadian Literature', is considered to be 'among the finer and more enduringly interesting writers of his generation,' and 'still a living presence in contemporary poetic consciousness.' His shortcomings are not ignored: 'Frye remakrs tersely that Roberts wrote no intellectualized poetry... because he had nothing intellectual in his mind'; 'Roberts' sense of his failure to develop as a poet may be characterized as a failure of vision...'. The fifteen essays range from an affirmation of Roberts'view 'that literature can express abiding truths; indeed, that truth is ac cessible, determinable, communicable,' to the relativistic approach of Foucault's assertion that the 'author' Charles G.D. Roberts does not exist and there is no coherent identifiable truth permeating his work." -from the rear cover. Contents: John Coldwell Adams's "Roberts, Lampman, and Edmund Collins"; Laurel Boone's "Organizing Bohemia: the Letters of Charles G.D. Roberts"; Fred Cogswell's "The Classical Poetry of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts"; Tracy Ware's "Charles G.D. Roberts and the Elegaic Tradition"; D.M.R. Bentley's "Half Passion and Half Prayer: the New York Nocturnes"; Don Conway's "Roberts and Modernism: the Achievement of 'The Squatter'"; Les McLeod's "Matter into Matter: Evolutionary Idealism in Robersts' 'The Iceberg'"; Robert Alan Burns's "Wide-Eyed in the Void: the Failure of Vision in the Poetry of Charles G.D. Roberts"; Elizabeth Waterston's "Roberts, Parker, and the Usesof History"; William Owen's "Vision and Revision in Roberts' Acadian Roman ces"; Terry Whalen's "Roberts and the Tradition of American Naturalism"; R.D. Mathews's "The Roman de la terre and the Novel of the Land: Charles G.D.Roberts at Work in a Major Canadian Literary Genre"; Michael Hornyansky's "Roberts for Children"; L.R. Early's "Roberts as Critic"; Ed Jewinski's "Michel Foucault, the Author Charles G.D. Roberts, and Some Post-StructuralistImplications for Canadian Criticism"; and "The Achievement of CHarles G.D. Roberts: An Assessment Panel". Previous owner's name inked to flyleaf, fiv e characters inked inside rear cover, else very good. 20.00

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10583 CLEW, Kenneth R. HADFIELD, Charles (foreword) Kennet and Avon Canal. in dj.
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1968, 
CLEW, Kenneth R. The Kennet and Avon Canal : An Illustrated History. With 30 plates and 20 text illustrations including maps ; and a foreword by Charles Hadfield. Newton Abbot: David & Charles, (1968). Pp. 206, frontis., +16 p. of plates. 8vo, pale green cloth. Toy 3030. "The Kennet & Avon Canal spans southern England from Bristol to the Thames at Reading. Opened in 1810 at a cost of a million pounds, its barges and narrow boats busily exchanged goods between London and the west, and provided the Avon Valley and the Vale of White Horse with coal from the Somerset mines." - from the dj. Vg in rubbed dj. 40.00

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10584 CLEWES, Howard Long Memory
Macmillan & Co. & The Book Society, London, 1951, 
CLEWES, Howard. Long Memory. London: Macmillan & Co. & The Book Society, (1951). Pp. (6)-[1]-263,(1). 8vo, green cloth covers with gold lettering to spine. Name in ink to ffep, corners of covers turned in, else vg in chipped,edgeworn dj. Signed without inscription by author to title page. 20.00

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10585 CLIFFE, J.T. University of London Historical Studes, 25 Yorkshire Gentry : From the Reformation to the Civil War. First Edition.
Athlone Press, University of London, London, 1969, 
CLIFFE, J.T. The Yorkshire Gentry : From the Reformation to the Civil War. London: University of London, The Athlone Press, 1969. First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-viii,(4),[1]-446,(2), frontispiece, + 8 p. of black and white plates and 1 folding map. 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt titles to spine. University of London Historical Studies, volume XXV. Contents: 1. The Social Fabric; 2. The Gentry as Landowners; 3. Farming and Industry; 4. Education and the Pursuit of a Career; 5. The Affluent Society; 6. The Seeds of Decay; 7. The Declining Gentry; 8. Catholicism and Persecution; 9. The Recusant Core; 10. The Cost of Recusancy; 11. The Government of the County; 12. The Growth of Puritanism; 13. The Disaffected Gentry; 14. Towards Civil War; 15. For King and Parliament. With the following appendices: a. The expenses of a leading squire; b. The economic fortunes of certain families; c. Personalestates; d. Households and establishments of servants. Previous owner's na me inked to flyleaf, else a very good, tight copy. 40.00

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10586 CLIFFORD, Barry Lost Fleet: : The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from the Golden Age of Piracy.
Perennial, New York, 2003, ISBN:0060957794 
CLIFFORD, Barry. The Lost Fleet : The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from theGolden Age of Piracy. (NY): Perennial, (2003). Pp. 287. Illustrated with p hotos and drawings to text. 8vo, illustrated card covers. "On January 2, 1678, a fleet of French ships sank off the Venezuelan coast. This proved disastrous for French naval power in the region, and sparked the rise of a golden age of piracy. [...] More than three hundred years later, writer, explorer, and deep-sea diver Barry Clifford follows the pirates' destructive wakeback to Venezuela. With the help of a lost map, drawn by the captain of th e lost French fleet, Clifford locates the site of the disaster and wreckageof the once-mighty armada." -from the cover. Covers rubbed, remainder mark to bottom edge, else vg. 14.00

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10587 CLIFFORD, Barry Lost Fleet : The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from the Golden Age of Piracy. 1st US in dj.
William Morrow, New York, 2002, ISBN:0060198184 
CLIFFORD, Barry. The Lost Fleet : The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from theGolden Age of Piracy. (New York): William Morrow, (2002). First US Printin g. Pp. (6),[vii]-xi,(3),[1]-287,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine with red paper covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. "On January 2, 1678, a fleet of French ships sank in the Caribbean Sea, one hundred miles off of the Venezuelan coast on the killer reef of Las Aves Island" - from thedj. The author, a deep-sea diver, explores the story behind the disaster, relating it to the upsurge of piracy in the region during the period. Initials in black marker to bottom edge, else vg in dj. 18.00

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10588 CLIFFORD, Barry KIDD, William) STEVENSON, Robert Louis) PERRY, Paul (with) Return to Treasure Island and the Search for Captain Kidd. 1st US in dj.
William Morrow, New York, 2003, ISBN:0060185090 
CLIFFORD, Barry. Return to Treasure Island and the Search for Captain Kidd ; with Paul Perry. (NY): William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins, (2003). First US Printing. Pp. (i)-x,(1)-278. Illustrated. 8vo, tan cloth spine with blue paper covered boards, metallic red lettering to spine. This volume depicts the author's expedition in search of the shipwreck of Captain William Kidd's legendary pirate ship, the Adventure Galley -- "the Holy Grail of pirate archaeology" -- by travelling to Madagascar to find Kidd's vesseland any treasure that may be found on board. Vg in vg dj. 20.00

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10589 CLIFFORD, Barry PERRY, Paul. Expedition Whydah :The Story of the World's First Excavation of a Pirate Treasure Ship and the Man Who Found Her. in dj.
Cliff Street Books, 1999, ISBN:0060192321 
CLIFFORD, Barry. Expedition Whydah :The Story of the World's First Excavation of a Pirate Treasure Ship and the Man Who Found Her. With Paul Perry. (NY): Cliff Street Books, (1999). Pp 311. 8vo, green spine with tan boards. An account of the discovery and excavation of the pirate Black Sam Bellamy'sship Whydah off the coast of Massachusetts. Remainder mark to top edge, el se vg in dj. 22.00

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10590 CLIFFORD, L.E Leader of the Crocks
F.W. Cheshire, 1945, 
CLIFFORD, L.E. The Leader of the Crocks. Melbourne: F.W. Cheshire, 1945. Pp221, [16] pp plates. Small 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1454. A report on the auth or's experiences aboard the Royal Australian Navy destroyer Stuart, chieflyin the Mediterranean, between September 1939 and July 1941. Cloth rubbed, paper yellowed (as usual), else vg. 60.00

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10591 CLIFFORD, Martin BUNTER, Billy) Greyfriars Book Club No. 23 Gem Nos. 334-342; 351-353 RICHARDS, Frank) Toff of St. Jim's. ltd ed signed by pub. in sl/case reprint
Howard Baker, 1978, ISBN:0703001582 
CLIFFORD, Martin. The Toff of St. Jim's. (L: Howard Baker, 1978). Limited Collectors' Edition. Originally published in 1914, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 334 to 341, plus 351 to 353. Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green textured cloth, gilt titles and decoration to front and spine, t.e.g., glassine wrapper, in orange slipcase. This edition limited to 400 copies signed by the publisher, this being no. 258. Greyfriars Book Club Volume No. 23. A nice copy, in glassine wrapper (one inch chip to tail of spine of wrapper). 50.00

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10592 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Gem Issues 1388-1390, 1392-1395 (1934) HAMILTON, Charles) Tom Merry's Enemy. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1981, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. Tom Merry's Enemy. L: Howard Baker, (1981). Originally published in 1934, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 1388-1390 and 1392-1395 . Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles. Howard Baker Gem No. 13. Vg in slightly wrinkled dj. 25.00

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10593 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Gem Issues 1397-1404 (1934-1935) HAMILTON, Charles) Spectre of St. Jim's. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1974, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. The Spectre of St. Jim's. L: Howard Baker, (1974). Originally published in 1934-1935, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 1397 to 1404, inclusive. Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles. Howard Baker Gem No. 7. Vg in dj. 25.00

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10594 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Gem Issues 737-739, 1477-1478, 1481-1482 (1921-1936) HAMILTON, Charles) Tom Merry's Bodyguard. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1983, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. Tom Merry's Bodyguard. L: Howard Baker, (1983). Originally published in 1921-1936, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 737-739, 1477-1478, and 1481-1482. Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles. Howard Baker Gem No. 16. Vg in dj. 25.00

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10595 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Gem Issues 930-931, 1069-1072 (1925-1928) HAMILTON, Charles) Rebel of St. Jim's. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, London, 1972, ISBN:0703000160 
CLIFFORD, Martin. The Rebel of St. Jim's. London : Howard Baker, (1972). Originally published in 1925 and 1928, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 930-931 and 1069-1072. Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles. Howard Baker Gem No. 3. Vg in dj. 25.00

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10596 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Howard Baker Gem Issues 1228-1232, 1237-1238 (1931) HAMILTON, Charles) Tom Merry and Co. On Strike. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1984, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. (RICHARDS, Frank). Tom Merry and Co. On Strike. L: Howard Baker, (1984). Originally published in 1931, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 1228-1232 and 1237-1238 . Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. Howard Baker Gem Volume No. 19. Vg in dj. 30.00

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10597 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Howard Baker Gem Issues 1539-1540, 1552-1556 (1937) HAMILTON, Charles) Tom Merry 's Party. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1979, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. (RICHARDS, Frank). Tom Merry's Party. L: Howard Baker, (1979). Originally published in 1937, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 1539-1540 and 1552-1556 . Various paginations. Illustrated. Triple column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. Howard Baker Gem Volume No. 9. Vg in d (slight wear to front bottom edge). 30.00

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10598 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Howard Baker Gem Issues 726-728, 742, 1548-1551 (1922-1937) HAMILTON, Charles) Plotters of St. Jim's. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1982, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. (RICHARDS, Frank). The Plotters of St. Jim's. L: Howard Baker, (1982). Originally published in 1922-1937, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 726-728, 742 and 1548-1551. Various paginations. Illustrated. Triple column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. Howard Baker Gem Volume No. 15. Vg in dj. 25.00

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10599 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Howard Baker Gem Issues 752-758 HAMILTON, Charles) D'Arcy the Runaway. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1979, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. (RICHARDS, Frank). D'Arcy the Runaway. L: Howard Baker, (1971). Originally published in 1922, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 752 to 758, inclusive. Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, red cloth, gilt titles to spine. Howard Baker Gem Volume No. 1. Slight bumping to top corners, else vg in dj (light wear to top edges). 25.00

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10600 CLIFFORD, Martin RICHARDS, Frank) Howard Baker Gem Issues 788-791, 808, 858, 899 (1923-1925) HAMILTON, Charles) D'Arcy Maximus. in dj reprint
Howard Baker, 1980, 
CLIFFORD, Martin. (RICHARDS, Frank). D'Arcy Maximus. L: Howard Baker, (1980). Originally published in 1923-1925, in single issues, The Gem, Nos. 788-791, 808, 858, 899. Various paginations. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. Howard Baker Gem Volume No. 11. Vg in dj (small smudge to front panel). 30.00

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