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12101 COVELL, William King Short History of the Fall River Line : The Story of an Era in American Inland Water Transportation. signed.
A. Hartley G. Ward, Newport, RI, 1947, 
COVELL, William King. A Short History of the Fall River Line : The Story ofan Era in American Inland Water Transportation . Newport, RI: A. Hartley G . Ward, 1947. Pp. (2),[1]-49,(1), + 7 p. of plates. Illustrated. Large 8vo,printed cream card covers with yapped edges, blank spine. This volume was originally published by the Newport Historical Society in 1934. "Opportunity has been taken to correct some errors in the original text, and to add illustrations; but the involved story of the suspension of the Line, in the summer of 1937, and the subsequent sale of the steamers and their destruction at Baltimore, seemed more than could be undertaken without a complete revision of the paper. For the same reason, no attempt was made to cover the acquisition, by the Colonial Line, of the Camden (Comet) and Belfast (Arrow)of the Banger Line, as successors to the Concord and Lexington, nor the mo re recent conversions and war service of the two former vessels." - from the foreword. Covell was an eminent Rhode Island marine historian. Spine and edges faintly browned, minor nicking to yapped edges, else vg. Presentationcopy signed, dated, and inscribed by Covell on the ffep. Uncommon. 150.00

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12102 COVENTRY, Ralph S How to Draw Books #98. How to Paint Boats
Foster Art Service, 1970, 
COVENTRY, Ralph S. How to Paint Boats. (Tustin, Calif.: Foster Art Service), [ca. 1970]. Pp 32. 4to, ill. wraps. From the ever-instructive Walter T. Foster, a how-to manual for painters who don't know a gaff rigged cutter from a Karachi jolly boat (both of which are illustrated here). Vg. 12.00

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12103 COVERT, Frank Contract Bridge
1966, 
COVERT, Frank. Contract Bridge. Halifax, N.S.: n.pub., 1966. Pp 70. 8vo, stapled self wraps Frank Manning Covert OC, OBE, DFC, QC [(b. January 13, 1908, Canning, Kings County, Nova Scotia - d. November 1, 1987, Halifax]; Verygood. 10.00

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12104 COVERTE, Robert, Captain) PENROSE, Boies, intro & notes. Travels of Captain Robert Coverte. ltd ed in box.
1931, 
(COVERTE, Robert, Captain). The Travels of Captain Robert Coverte. Edited and with an Introduction and Notes by Boies Penrose. Philadelphia: Privately Printed, (1931). Pp 115, 1 folding map. 8vo, black spine with patterned boards in patterned slipcase. Number 88 of an edition limited to 150 copies. An attractive private press edition of Coverte's little-known account of the 1609 fourth voyage of the East India Company, including a passage of the Arabian Sea, and overland journey through northern India (where Coverte visited the Court of the Great Mogul) and across Persia. Spine faded, else vg in poor, chipped slipcase. 250.00

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12105 COWAN, Edward J. GRAHAM, James, Marquis of Montrose) Montrose : For Covenant and King. signed pbk.
Canongate, Edinburgh, 1995, ISBN:086241556x 
COWAN, Edward J. Montrose : For Covenant and King. (Edinburgh): Canongate Books, (1995). First Paperback Printing. Pp. [i]-vii,(3),[1]-326. Illustrated with maps. 8vo, illustrated dark card covers. "This is the first modern biography of James Graham, Marquis of Montrose. One of th most famous and dashing figures in Scottish history, his heroic struggle in the face of hopeless odds still excites the imagination. For three years Montrose was in thevanguard of the fight against Catholicism and Stuart despotism. Yet during this time, extremists among the Covenanters became ever more influential a nd Montrose, sickened by their excesses, defected to the King. Under Charles I he enjoyed his 'glorious year' of dazzling victories, routing the rebels in a series of battles. But his dramatic success was shortlived, and in quick succession he was defeated, exiled and finally betrayed. Montrose was hanged in 1650, yet his legendary victories remain to this day one of the most astonishing military episodes in British history." - from the rear cover. Minor cover creasing, else vg. Signed by Cowan on the title page, and inscribed on the half-title. 20.00

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12106 COWAN, Florence Teacher's Manual for Newfoundland's First People : The Maritime Archaic Indians First Edition
Department of Education, Newfoundland, St. John's , 1975, 
COWAN, Florence. Teacher's Manual for Newfoundland's First People : The Maritime Archaic Indians. [St. John's : Department of Education, 1975?] First Edition. Pp (4),1-24. Oblong 8vo, printed cardcovers O'Dea 5765. Very good.10.00

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12107 COWAN, Florence. Newfoundland's First People : The Maritime Archaic Indians.
Creative Printers & Publishers Ltd, St. John's , 1974, 
COWAN, Florence. Newfoundland's First People : The Maritime Archaic Indians. St. John's : Creative Printers & Publishers Ltd., (1974). Pp (4),1-46,(2). Illustrated. Map. Triple Column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. “This booklet is part of a unit which also includes a teachers manual and audio-visual material.” Contents : The People; The Cycle of the Seasons; Their Cultural Materials; Education; Religion; How Do e Know?; Conclusion. Covers rubbed, pencil notes and underlining, a couple of tape remnants, else good. Scarce. 25.00

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12108 COWAN, Francis W Narcotism in Canada : The History of: Its Cause: The Effect: The Remedy
F.A. Acland, Ottawa, 1924, 
COWAN, Francis W. Narcotism in Canada : The History of: Its Cause: The Effect: The Remedy. Ottawa : F.A. Acland, 1924. Pp (2),3-30,(2). 8vo, tan stapled card covers, lettered in black. Publication No. 32. Issued by Departmentof Health, Ottawa, Canada. Contents : The Cause; Production of Opium; Prod uction of Cocaine; The Effect of Narcotism on the Habitual User; The Remedy. Spine and margins faded, lightly smudged, a few short tears to edges, else very good. 50.00

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12109 COWAN, Gibson Log of the Pelican. 1st UK in dj
Cresset Press, 1952, 
COWAN, Gibson. The Log of the Pelican. L: The Cresset Press, 1952. First UKEdition. Pp. 236, including four maps. 8vo, red cloth. Toy 1106: "a fascin ating story of unofficial bumbledom." An authentic account of a sailing voyage through the Red Sea and along the coast of East Africa to Mombasa aboard the "Pelican". A few waterspots to top edge, else vg in dj (small water spot to spine, light wear to tail). 40.00

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12110 COWAN, James. From Glasgow's Treasure Chest : A Miscellany of History, Personalities and Places. Two Hundred and Eighty Illustrations.
Craig Wilson Ltd, Glasgow , 1951, 
COWAN, James. From Glasgow's Treasure Chest : A Miscellany of History, Personalities and Places. Two Hundred and Eighty Illustrations. Glasgow : CraigWilson Ltd., (June 1951). First Printing. Pp [1]-480,+ tipped in folder il lustrating “The Tontine Faces and Plaster Masks found and not yet discovered.” Text Illustrations. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt to front board and spine. Consists of 120 stories divided into the following sections : From Glasgow's Treasure Chest; An Unfrequented Water-way and Boyhood Memories; Wandering by the Water-ways; Quaint Old Buildings, Now Architectural Relics; Sheltered Shopping Places, and City Sundials; Quaint Discoveries Off the Beaten Track, In and Around Hallowed Kirkyard and City Burial Grounds; Meandering Along the River Banks, Outwith and In the City; In and Out of the City Centre; A Privilege is Granted and a Discovery is Made Recalling a Great Occasion; A Visit to the Neighbouring Royal Burgh, and Back Again Within the Precincts of the City; The Wayward Ways of Changed Conditions and the Consequences; A Popular Parade, and Sylvan Scenes in the West of the City; ReturnVisit to Rutherglen and Back Again to the Kelvin; Random Journeys: “A Gang in' Fit Is Aye Gettin'”; Behind the Scenes While the Passers-by Hurry To and Fro; The Lure of the Odd Building, and the Old House; Quests and Discoveries in the City and Farther Afield; Places of Surpassing Interest – Past and Present; Happy Hunting Here and There, On the Trail of the Old and the New; Out of the Past into the Present, and Hidden from View; In the Days GoneBy: Worthy of Being Remembered; Changes That Remind Us of the March of Tim e; Boyhood Memories: Connections and Recollections; Personalities Who Contributed to Ou9r Great Heritage; Among the Byways of Bygone Days; The TontineFaces; Nearing the End; A Great Achievement; A Club Afloat; Provosts of Gl asgow. Of special nautical interest : 118. The Clyde in Wartime [Naval Vessels Built] (pp 439-441); 119. Clyde Pleasure Steamers in Wartime (1914-1918) (pp 441-451); 120. A Famous Clipper [the Carrick] (pp 452-455). Gift inscription, else very good in spine-chipped, lightly edgeworn, unclipped dustjacket. 40.00

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12111 COWAN, Janice. Mystery on the Miramichi.
Borealis Press Ltd, Ottawa , 1985, ISBN:088887067 
COWAN, Janice. Mystery on the Miramichi. Ottawa : Borealis Press Ltd., 1985. Firs Edition. Pp [i]-v,(10,1-82. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers, printed in white. Another novel about Jill and Heather, this time set in Miramichi, New Brunswick. Inkstamp expunged with a black marker to half title page, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaperthan quoted. 10.00

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12112 COWAN, John Bruce Wallace, R.C. Canada's Governors-General 1867-1952
1952, 
COWAN, John Bruce. Canada's Governors-General 1867-1952. With a Foreword byR.C. Walace. Toronto: York Pub. Co., (1952). Pp 210. Illustrated. 8vo, red morocco. De Luxe Edition, no.226 of 500 copies. Watters p 484; Rhodenizer p 521. Vgfine. 45.00

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12113 COWAN, John Bruce Wallace, R.C. Canada's Governors-General 1867-1952. in dj.
York Publishing Company, Toronto, 1952, 
COWAN, John Bruce. Canada's Governors-General 1867-1952. With a Foreword byR.C. Walace. Toronto : York Publishing Company, (1952). Pp. (6),vii-xxvi,( 2),3-210,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Watters p 484; Rhodenizer p 521. "A series of pen pictures of the Governors-General of Canada from Confederation to the present time, from Lord Monck toLord Alexander. An interesting record of their public services which led t o their appointment to Ottawa, and their activities in Canada. Here you will meet Monck, the Leader; Lisgar, the English Gentleman; Dufferin, the Orator; Lorne, the Poet; Lansdowne, the Statesman; Stanley, the Aristocrat; Aberdeen, the Reformer; Minto, the Sportsman; Grey, the Democrat; Connaught, the Grand Old Duke; Devonshire, the Gentleman-Farmer; Byng, the Corps-Commander; Willingdon, the Diplomat; Bessborough, Le Grand Seigneur; Tweedsmuir, the Scribe; Athlone, the Happy Prince; Alexander, the Popular Hero." - fromthe dustjacket. Very good in rubbed, edgeworn dust jacket. 18.00

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12114 COWAN, Michael. RUTTMANN, Walter). Film Culture in Transition. Walter Ruttmann and the Cineam of Multiplicity : Avant-Garde, Advertising, Modernity. First Edition, Hardcover.
Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, 2014, ISBN:9789089645852 
(RUTTMANN, Walter). COWAN, Michael. Walter Ruttmann and the Cineam of Multiplicity : Avant-Garde, Advertising, Modernity. (Amsterdam): Amsterdam University Press, (2014). First Printing. Pp. (4),[5]-259,(1). 8vo, illustrated red and black glossy paper covered boards, white and yellow lettering to front cover, yellow lettering to red title block on spine. A volume in the Film Culture in Transition series. "Walter Ruttmann is known as a key figure of early avant-garde cinema, a pioneer in experimental animation and one ofthe silent period's most celebrated montage films 'Berlin: Symphony of a G reat City (1927)'. But like many of his contemporaries in the Weimar avant-garde film scene, Ruttmann also worked in advertising, and he would g on tomake numerous other types of 'useful' films, such as industrial films, med ical films and -- more controversially -- National Socialist propaganda. The first study of Ruttmann in English, 'Walter Ruttmann and the Cinema of Multiplicity' sheds light on this neglected aspect of Ruttmann's filmmaking, but it also rethinks his significance in light of recent transformations infilm studies. Rather than a biography of Ruttmann, the book offer a critic al reflection on the imbrications between avant-garde film and industrial society in the early 20th century. In particular, it shows hwo Ruttmann's filmmaking incorporated and enacted strategies for managing the multiplicities of mass society from Weimar democracy to National Socialism. In so doing,it also reframes the debate concerning the relation between modernist expe rimentation and fascist aesthetics." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Absolute Advertising: Abstraction and Figuration in Ruttmann's Animated Product Advertisements (1922-1927); 2. The Cross-Section: Images of the World and Contingency Management in Ruttmann's Montage Films of the Late 1920s (1927-1929); 3. Statistics and Biopolitics: Conceiving the National Body in Ruttmann's Hygiene Films (1930-1933); 4. "Überall Stahl": Forming the New Nation in Ruttmann's Steel and Armament Films (1934-1940). With bibliography and index. A very good, clean, tidy copy. 80.00

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12115 COWAN, W, R. Geoscience Report 141 Quaternary Geology of the Orangeville Area, Southern Ontario
Ministry of Natural Resources, 1976, 
COWAN, W, R. Quaternary Geology of the Orangeville Area, Southern Ontario. N.pl.: Ministry of Natural Resources, 1976. Pp. 98. Illustrated + three large folding maps. 8vo, light blue card printed card covers. Geoscience Report 141. Previous owner's name inked to inside front cover, else vg. 25.00

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12116 COWAN, W. R. Geological Report 119 Quaternary Geology of the Woodstock Area, Southern Ontario
Ontario Division of Mines, 1975, 
COWAN, W. R. Quaternary Geology of the Woodstock Area, Southern Ontario. Toronto: Ontario Division of Mines, 1975. Pp. 91. Illustrated with various black & white photographs, tables, charts and two large folding map in the rear pocket. 8vo, blue card covers. Geological Report 119. Spine sunned, previous owner's name inked to inside front cover, else vg. 25.00

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12117 COWAN, William, ed. BARBOUR, Philip FIDELHOLTZ, James L. LOFTFIELD, Thomas C. Papers of the Seventh Algonquian Conference, 1975
Carleton University, Ottawa, 1973, 
COWAN, William, ed. Papers of the Seventh Algonquian Conference, 1975. Ottawa: Carleton University, 1976. Pp. (4),1-495,(22). 8vo, orange card covers with black titles to front, blank spine (titled inked to spine). Of Nova Scotia/Mi'kmaq interest: James L. Fidelholtz's "Some Considerations in Developing an Orthography for the Micmac Language" (pp. 361-413). Also includes: Philip Barbour's "Ocanahowan and Recently Discovered Linguistic Fragments from Southern Virginia, c. 1650"; James G.E. Smith's "Notes on the Wittiko";Gilles Samson's "Ethno-History and Archaeology of the Mishuau Innuts"; D.H . Pentland's "In Defence of Edward Umfreville"; George F. Aubin's "Color Terms in Narragansett"; Nicholas N. Smith's "Christian Holidays Important to the Wabanaki"; Richard Rhodes's "A Preliminary Report on the Dialects of Eastern Ojibwa-Odawa"; K.A.C. Dawson's "Historic Populations of Northwestern Ontario"; Peter W. Steager's "The Child who was not born Naturally -- Necessity and Confusion in a Cree Myth"; Donald G. Franz's "Unspecified-subject Phenomena in Algonquian"; William S. Simmons's "Southern New England Shamanism: An Ethnographic Reconstruction"; Jean H. Rogers's "Coding of Role Information in Ojibwa"; A.T. Steegman, Jr.'s "Physical Anthropology in Northwestern Ontario: Progress Report on the Northern Algonquian Project"; Dean R. Snow's "The Solon Petroglyphs and Eastern Abnaki Shamanism"; Thomas C. Loftfield's "The Adaptive Role of Warfare among the Southern Algonquians"; Bruce Pearson's "Lexical Symoblization and Phonological Processes in Delaware";Gary Granzberg's "A Comparison of Children's Values: Traditional Cree, Acc ulturated Cree, Euro-Canadian"; William Cowan's "The Generation Gap in Montagnais Dialectology"; Snow's "The Archaeological Implications of the Proto-Algonquian Urheimat"; Alan Ford's "L'Accentuation dans le Montagnais de la Moisie"; James G.E. Smiths' "On the Territorial Distribution of the WesternWoods Cree"; Barbara Burnaby's "Algonquian Languages in Idian Education"; Richard J. Preston's "Reticence and Self-Expression: A Study of Style in Social Relationships"; and Alvin H. Morrison's "Dawnland Directors: Status and Role of 17th Century Wabanaki Sagamores". Name stamped to edges, faint spine creasing, nearly cracked between pp.220-1, else very good. 30.00

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12118 COWARD, Elizabeth Ruggles Bridgetown, Nova Scotia: Its History to 1900. card covers.
1955, 
COWARD, Elizabeth Ruggles. Bridgetown, Nova Scotia: Its History to 1900. (Kentville : Kentville Publishing Company Limited, 1955). Pp (10),3-253,(3),+13 leaves of plates. 8vo, brown card covers with yapped edges. Watters p.6 67, Rhodenizer p.565. Some edge-nicking, else a nice tight copy. Scarce. 60.00

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12119 COWARD, Elizabeth Ruggles Bridgetown, Nova Scotia: Its History to 1900.
Kentville Publishing Company Limited, Kentville , 1955, 
COWARD, Elizabeth Ruggles. Bridgetown, Nova Scotia: Its History to 1900. (Kentville : Kentville Publishing Company Limited, 1955). Pp (10),3-253,(3),+13 leaves of plates. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to front board and s pine. Watters p.6 67, Rhodenizer p.565. Wear to spine and corners, a coupleof penned notes, else very good. 50.00

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12120 COWARD, Noel Song at Twilight
Samuel French, 1972, 
COWARD, Noel. A Song at Twilight. Suite in Three Keys. A Comedy in Two Acts. L: Samuel French, [ca. 1972 ?]. Copyright 1966. French's Acting Edition. Pp. 55. 8vo, blue and white card covers. With small sticker to the cast page with information on performance fee increases that go into effect September 1972. Vg. 15.00

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12121 COWARD, Noel Hands Across the Sea.: A Light Comedy in One Act from Tonight at 8:30.
Samuel French, 1938, 
COWARD, Noel. Hands Across the Sea. A Light Comedy in One Act from Tonight at 8:30. NY: Samuel French, (1938). Acting Edition. Pp 33 + [1] pp scene design. 8vo, stapled tan printed card covers. This was: "one of a series of nine one-act plays by Noel Coward, under the title of "Tonight at Eight-thirty". -from the text. Rubbed, intermittent underlining to front cover, center fold pages detached but present, ow vg. 8.00

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12122 COWARD, Noel CALTHROP, Gladys DANE, Clemence Noel Coward Song Book. signed no dj.
Michael Joseph, London, 1953, 
COWARD, Noël. The Noël Coward Song Book . With an introduction & annotations by Noël Coward. Illustrated in colour & black & white by Gladys Calthrop.Frontispiece portrait by Clemence Dane. London; Michael Joseph, (1953). Fi rst UK Printing. Pp. (8),9-314,(2), colour frontispiece, + 4 leaves of colour plates. Illustrated. 4to, yellow cloth spine with grey cloth boards, gilt lettering and decorative borders to front and spine, top edge dyed yellow. Hinges a bit shaky some shelfwear, occasional sparse foxing, else vg. Boldly signed in blue pen by Coward on the title page (with some leeching through to the verso of said leaf). 375.00

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12123 COWART, Georgia J. Triumph of Pleasure : Louis XIV & the Politics of Spectacle. First Edition in dstjacket
University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London, 2008, ISBN:9780226116389 
COWART, Georgia J. The Triumph of Pleasure : Louis XIV & the Politics of Spectacle. Chicago & London : The University of Chicago Press, (2008). First Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-xxiii,(1),[1]-299,(5),+ 8 colour plates. Black-and-white text illustrations. 8vo, tan cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Prominentcomponents of Louis XIVs propaganda, the arts of spectacle also became sou rces of a potent resistance to the monarchy in late seventeenth-century France. With a particular focus on the court ballet, comedy-ballet, opera, andopera-ballet, Georgia J. Cowart tells the long-neglected story of how the festive arts deployed an intricate network of subversive satire to undermine the rhetoric of sovereign authority. With bold revisionist strokes, Cowart traces this strain of artistic dissent through the comedy-ballets of Jean-Baptiste Lully and Molière, the late operatic works of Lully and the operas of his sons, the opera-ballets of André Campra and his contemporaries, and the related imagery of Antoine Watteaus well-known painting The Pilgrimage to Cythera. She contends that through a variety of means, including the parody of old-fashioned court entertainments, these works reclaimed traditional allegories for new ideological aims, setting the tone for the Enlightenment. Exploring these arts from the perspective of spectacle as it emerged from the court into the Parisian public sphere, Cowart ultimately situates the ballet and related genres as the missing link between an imagery of propaganda and an imagery of political protest." (from the dj). Contents : Introduction : The Allure of Spectacle and the Prerogative of Pleasure. 1. Muses of Pleasure : Louis XIV’s Early Court Ballet, 1651–1660. 2. Muses of Power : Louis XIV’s Late Court Ballet, 1661–1669. 3. Muses of Satire : Le bourgeois gentilhomme & the Utopia of Theater. 4. Tragic Interlude : Reversals at the Paris Opéra, 1671–1697. 5. Sappho, Cythera & the Triumph of Love : The Ballet at the Paris Opéra, 1700–1713. 6. Carnival, Commedia dell’arte & the Triumph of Folly : The Ballet at the Paris Opéra, 1699–1718. 7. Watteau’s Cythera, the Opéra-Ballet & the Staging of Pleasure. Bibliography and Index. Very good in dustjacket. 150.00

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12124 COWART, Jack, Jack D. FLAM, Dominique FOURCADE, and John Hallmark NEFF MATISSE, Henri MATISSE, Henri Henri Matisse Paper Cut-Outs. in dj
St. Louis Art Museum and The Detroit Institute of Arts, St. Louis, 1977, 
COWART, Jack, Jack D. FLAM, Dominique FOURCADE, and John Hallmark NEFF. Henri Matisse Paper Cut-Outs. (St. Louis) : The St. Louis Art Museum and The Detroit Institute of Arts, (1977). Pp 304. Illustrated. 4to, reddish-brown cloth. This book is published in connection with the exhibition "Henri Matisse Paper Cut-Outs." Name, else vg in lightly worn dj. 60.00

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12125 COWELL, Henry New Musical Resources. no dj
Alfred A. Knopf, 1930, 
COWELL, Henry. New Musical Resources. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1930. Pp. 144. 8vo, grey cloth covered boards, navy cloth spine with silver titles, top edge grey. Considered to be one of the definitive works on the theory and composition of early twentieth-century music by this noted pianist and composer. Contents: Part I. Tone Combinations: 1. The Influence of Overtones in Music; 2. Polyharmony; 3. Tone-quality; 4. Dissonant Counterpoint; Part II. Rhythm: 1. Time; 2. Metre; 3. Dynamics; 4. Form; 5. Metre and Time Combinations; 6. Tempo; 7. Scales of Rhythm; Part III. Chord Formation: 1. Building Chords from Different Intervals; 2. Tone-clusters. Lacking ffep, front hinge starting, spine and titles rubbed, a general light soiling to the boards, owner's name inked to front paste-down, else vg. 300.00

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12126 COWEN, M.P., and R.W. SHENTON. Doctrines of Development.
Routledge, London and New York, 1996, ISBN:0415125162 
COWEN, M.P., and R.W. SHENTON. Doctrines of Development. London and New York : Routledge, (1996). First Edition. Pp (2),[i]-xv,(1),[1]-554,(4). Index.8vo, illustrated red card covers. Contents : 1. The Invention of Developme nt. 2. Development Without Progress: Underdevelopment and J.H. Newman. 3. The Development of Productive Force: Marx and List. 4. Immanent and Intentional Development: The Origins of Development Doctrine in Australia and Canada. 5. Development Doctrine in 'Underdeveloped' Britain. 6. Development Doctrine in Africa: The Case of Kenya. 7. Joseph Schumpeter and 'Faustian' Development. 8. Conclusion: The Jargon of Development. Very good. 40.00

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12127 COWEN, Phoebe Strong. Herkimers and Schuylers : An Historical Sketch of the Two Families with Genealogies of the descendants of George Herkimer, the Palatine, who settled in the Mohawk Valley, N.Y., in 1721.
Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, Albany, N.Y, 1903, 
COWEN, Phoebe Strong. The Herkimers and Schuylers : An Historical Sketch ofthe Two Families with Genealogies of the descendants of George Herkimer, t he Palatine, who settled in the Mohawk Valley, N.Y., in 1721. Albany, N.Y.:Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, 1903. First Edition. Pp (4),[3]-147,(3),+ frontis + 14 plates. Large 8vo, grey cloth, black lettering to front board and gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Introduction. The Palatines. The S chuylers. The Herkimers. A little damp spotting to spine, minor foxing, else a very good copy. 125.00

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12128 COWEN, Robert C REVELLE, Roger R., intro. LOWEN, Mary S. Frontiers of the Sea. 1st UK in dj.
Gollancz, 1960, 
COWEN, Robert C. Frontiers of the Sea : The Story of Oceanographic Exploration; introduction by Roger R. Revelle; drawings by Mary S. Lowen. L: Victor Gollancz, 1960. First UK Edition. Pp 307. illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. A well-written history of, and introduction to, oceanography. Beginning with pioneers such as Cook and Maury, the author plots the progress of oceanographic research to the time of publication; he then summarizes the contemporary state of knowledge in each major division of the discipline. Front lower corner bumped, else vg in rubbed, nicked dj. 25.00

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12129 COWEN, Robert C. REVELLE, Roger R., intro. Frontiers of the Sea. US in dj
Doubleday, 1960, 
COWEN, Robert C. Frontiers of the Sea : The Story of Oceanographic Exploration. Introduction by Roger R. Revelle. Drawings by Mary S. Cowen. Garden City : Doubleday & Co., 1960. 8vo, greem cloth. Vg in edgeworn dj. 25.00

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12130 COWIE, Archibald Greig. Sea Services of the Empire as Fields for Employment. With Forewords by Frederick, First Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, and Vice-Admiral D.H. Bosanquet.First Edition
Anthony Treherne & Co., London , 1903, 
COWIE, Archibald Greig. The Sea Services of the Empire as Fields for Employment. With Forewords by Frederick, First Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, and Vice-Admiral D.H. Bosanquet. London : Anthony Treherne & Co., Limited, 1903. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-x,[1]-456, + frontispiece of H.M.S. Camperdown . Some tables in the text, Index. 8vo, blue cloth, white lettering to frontboard and spine. Contents : 1. A Life on the Ocean Wave. 2. Naval (Executi ve) Officers. 3. The Royal Marines – Officers. 4. Naval Engineer officers. 5. Naval Chaplains and Instructors. 6. Naval Medical Officers. 7. Naval Secretaries, Paymasters and Clerks. 8. More Commissioned and some Warrant Officers - Naval Service generally, Artificer Engineers, Engine-room Artificers, Boy Artificers, Artisans. 9. Boys and Youths (Seamen Class). 10. The Modern Bluejacket. 11. The Naval Stoker. 12. Miscellaneous Naval Ratings. 13. The Royal Marines - Warrant and Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates. 14. The Coastguard. 15. The Royal Indian Marine. 16. The Royal Naval Reserve Officers. 17. The Royal Naval Reserve - Seamen, Stokers and Boys. 18. His Majesty's Customs and the Water Police Services. 19. The Lifeboat and Lightship Services. 20. The Pilot Services. 21. Mercantile Marine. 22. The Mercantile Marine. 23. The Fishing Industry. Appendices. Cloth worn, spine lettering rubbed, penned and pencilled notes to front pastedown, short tear to title page, else a good, solid copy. Ex-libris The Royal Cruising Club with itspennant bookplate. Uncommon. 200.00

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12131 COWIN, Hugh W. Nimitz Class, Supercarrier. How They Work series. First Edition
Mallard, New York, 1989, ISBN:0792451422 
COWIN, Hugh W. Nimitz Class, Supercarrier. New York : Mallard, 1989. First US Printing. Pp 46. Illustrated. Square 8vo, illustrated paper covered boards. In the How They Work series. Very good. 8.00

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12132 COWIN, Hugh W. Fighting Ships.
Gallery Books, New York, 1984, 
COWIN, Hugh W. Fighting Ships. New York : Gallery Books, (1984). First US Printing. Pp 64. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, illustrated paper covered boards. Includes submarines, aircraft carriers, battleships, cruisers, destroyers, frigates, corvettes, fast attack and patrol vessels, support vessels, &c. Very good. 10.00

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12133 COWIN, Hugh W., Observer's Pocket Series N05 New Observer's Book of Warships.
Frederick Warne, London, 1983, 
COWIN, Hugh W. The New Observer's Book of Warships. (London) : Frederick Warne, (1983). Pp 192. Illustrated. 12mo, cardcovers. Describing 165 classes and types. Very good. 8.50

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12134 COWLEY, Malcolm And I Worked at the Writer's Trade : Chapters of Literary History, 1918-1978. 1st US in dj
Viking Press, 1978, 
COWLEY, Malcolm. -And I Worked at the Writer's Trade : Chapters of LiteraryHistory, 1918-1978. N.Y.: Viking Press, (1978). First Edition. Pp 276. 8vo , brown paper-covered boards, red cloth spine. Vg, with some light sunning spine of dj. 30.00

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12135 COWLEY, Malcolm Dream of the Golden Mountains : Remembering the 1930's. 1st US in dj
Viking Press, 1980, 
COWLEY, Malcolm. The Dream of the Golden Mountains : Remembering the 1930's. N.Y.: Viking Press, (1980). First US Edition. Pp. 328 with 8 pp plates. 8vo, grey paper covered boards, black cloth spine. Top corner of pp.155-158 damaged (not affecting text), else vg in dj. 20.00

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12136 COWLEY, Malcolm Dream of the Golden Mountains : Remembering the 1930's. 1st US in dj
Viking Press, 1980, 
COWLEY, Malcolm. The Dream of the Golden Mountains : Remembering the 1930's. N.Y.: Viking Press, (1980). First US Edition. Pp. 328 with 8 pp plates. 8vo, grey paper covered boards, black cloth spine. Vg in price-clipped dj. 30.00

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12137 COWLEY, Malcolm Exile's Return : A Literary Odyssey of the 1920's. 1st US Revised in dj
Viking, 1951, 
COWLEY, Malcolm. Exile's Return : A Literary Odyssey of the 1920's. Revisedand expanded with a new foreword and concluding chapter. N.Y.: Viking, (Ju ne) 195. First Printing. Pp 322. 8vo, blue cloth. Vg in dj (spine faded andchipped, some edgewear, light soiling to rear panel). 35.00

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12138 COWPER, David Scott PELLY, David Northwest Passage Solo. 1st UK in dj
Seafarer Books, 1993, 
COWPER, David Scott, with David PELLY. Northwest Passage Solo. (L.) : Seafarer Books, (1993). First Printing. Pp 212. Illustrated. 8vo, grey cloth. "... the four-year struggle to complete a circumnavigation via the Northwest Passage." - from the dj. Fine in fine dj. 20.00

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12139 COWPER, William JOHNSON, J. (ed.). Letters of the late William Cowper, Esq., to His Friends. Revised by his kinsman, J. Johnson. A New Edition.
Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London, 1820, 
(COWPER, William). JOHNSON, J. (ed.). The Letters of the late William Cowper, Esq., to His Friends. Revised by his kinsman, J. Johnson. A New Edition.London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1820. Pp (2),[i]-xxiii,(1) ,[1]-612,(2), engraved frontis + engraved title page. 12mo, full brown calf, gilt gilt single-rule borders and dentelles, gilt lettering and maroon leather label to spine, marbled endpapers. Letters dating from 1763 to 1798. Spine and edges worn, spine ends torn, rear board creased, surface wear andstains to rear board, hinges cracked and shaky, penned name and gift inscr iptions, heavy foxing to engravings, occasional foxing and smudging, else agood copy only. As is. 50.00

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12140 COX, Alfred J. KODA, Paul S. Making of The Book; A Sketch of the Book-Binding Art. no dj
Oak Knoll Books, New Castle:, 1986, 
COX, Alfred J. The Making of The Book: A Sketch of the Book-Binding Art. Edited with an Introduction by Paul S. Koda. New Castle: Oak Knoll Books, 1986. Pp. 88. Frontis + four illustrations. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. From the Oak Knoll Series on The History of The Book. During the second half of the nineteenth century, the Cox bindery was the largest in the Mid-West. Housed in Chicago's famous publishing emporium - the Lakeside Building - the firm bound books for R. R. Donnelley and the Chicago Public Library. This book is a facsimile reprint of a trade catalogue which was first published in 1878. It describes the different kinds of binding done by the firm and includes a forty-page price list for different binding sizes and styles, thereby providing first-hand documentation for hundreds of binding variations. There is also a lengthy new introduction by Paul Koda. Very good. 35.00

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12141 COX, Bernard Paddling Across the Bay : The Story of the Bournemouth, Southampton and Weymouth Paddle Steamers.
Wessex Branch of the Paddle Steamer Preservation sopciety / Tony Bowyer Print, Bournemouth, Dorset, 1981, 
COX, Bernard. Paddling Across the Bay : The Story of the Bournemouth, Southampton and Weymouth Paddle Steamers. Bournemouth, Dorset : Printed for The Wessex Branch of the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society by Tony Bowyer Print, 1981. Pp (52). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers,lettered in red. Very good. 16.00

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12142 COX, Caroline Bags : An Illustrated History
Aurum Press Ltd, London, 2007, ISBN:1845131916 
COX, Caroline. Bags : An Illustrated History. (London): Aurum Press Ltd, (2007). First Printing.. Pp (7),8-176. Single / double column. Small folio, black cloth, silver lettering. "Handbags have never been more important in fashion: the 'must-have' bag of the season is a much-lusted-after designer item that can make or break a fashion house. For its owner, the handbag is an intimate extension of the body, a kind of mobile home for all the items indispensable for daily life, and at the same time an indicator of her fashionability - be it Prada, Vuitton or Chanel. Here, Caroline Cox tells the intriguing story of the handbag, in fact a relatively recent phenomenon only in general use since the early twentieth century. She traces its development from its origins in the nineteenth century with reticules (essentially pockets with handles) and Vuitton's revolutionary Noe bag designed for the female traveller, via Art Deco clutch bags moulded in Bakelite and the HermèsKelly bag endorsed by Princess Grace in the 1950s, right up to the man-bag s and the it bag of the moment, the Marc Jacobs Stam. Lavishly illustrated throughout with rare and striking images of bags historical and modern, andexquisitely designed, "Bags" is a must-have book for any follower of fashi on" - from the dj. With notes, bibliography and index. Very good in dj. 40.00

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12143 COX, Clarisse C. Rug-Hooker's Dye Manual : A booklet containing over seventy exact formulas for dyeing flowers, leaves, fruit and backgrounds.
The author, 1948, 
COX, Clarisse C. The Rug-Hooker's Dye Manual : A booklet containing over seventy exact formulas for dyeing flowers, leaves, fruit and backgrounds. [N.pl.: The author], ©1948. Pp. 1-12. Unillustrated. 8vo, stapled printed cream card covers with black lettering to front cover. "This booklet was compiled for the purpose of saving both time and money for those who wish to dye their own materials for making beautiful hooked rugs. There are countless combinations of colors that can be used, but after two years of experimenting with various mixtures, the formulas contained in this booklet seem to answer just about anyone's needs." - from p.1. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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12144 COX, F.A. and J. HOBY HOBY, J. Baptists in America. US ed.
1836, 
COX, Rev. F.A. and Rev. J. HOBY. The Baptists in America; A Narrative of the Deputation from the Baptist Union in England, to the United States and Canada. N.Y.: Leavitt, Lord & Co., 1836. Pp 476. 8vo, brown cloth spine, marbled boards. Some wear to covers, lacking free endpapers, water stain to top inner corner of last 75 pages, heavilly foxed. 200.00

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12145 COX, Florence Tinsley RAE, John Epic of Ebenezer : A Christmas Story. First Edition
Dodd, Mead and Company, New York , 1912, 
COX, Florence Tinsley. The Epic of Ebenezer : A Christmas Story. With Illustrations by John Rae. New York : Dodd, Mead and Company, (October) 1912. First Printing. Pp (8),1-72. Illustrated. Small 8vo, brown cloth spine, printed tan paper covered boards. The story of Ebenezer, a yellow terrier. Florence Tinsley Cox (1877-1940). Chapters: 1. Ebenezer Comes to Town; 2, The Result of Misguided Generosity; 3. The Homecoming. Very lightly rubbed, a little wear to corners, else very good. 40.00

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12146 COX, George H. and John W. MacLEOD (eds.) MacLEOD, John W. Consumption : Its Cause, Prevention, and Cure
1912, 
COX, George H. and John W. MacLEOD (eds.). Consumption : Its Cause, Prevention, and Cure. Issued by the Anti-Tuberculosis Leagues of the island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. L.: Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1912. Pp (2),1-184. Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth. Stain to covers, else vg. 27.50

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12147 COX, George W., and Eustace Hinton JONES. Popular Romances of the Middle Ages.
C. Kegan Paul & Co., London, 1880, 
COX, George W., and Eustace Hinton JONES. Popular Romances of the Middle Ages. Second Edition – In One Volume. London : C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1880. Pp [i]-viii,[1]-514,(2), [1]-32(publisher's catalogue dated Aug. 1880). 8vo, cloth. Contents : King Arthur and His Knights; Merlin; Sir Tristrem; Bevis of Hamtoun; Guy of Warwick; Havelok; Beowulf; Roland; Olger the Dane; The Stories of the Volsungs; The Nibelung Story; Walter of Aquitaine; The Story of Hugdietrich and Hildeburg; The Story of Frithjof and Ingebjorg; Grettir the Strong; Gunnlaug and the Fair Helga; Burnt Njal. Light wear to spine ends and corners, spine faded, stains to back cover, contemporary penned name to front endpaper and title page, title page partly detached, else a good, solid copy. 40.00

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12148 COX, Ian Bulletin No. 80, Geological Series No. 53 Revisions of the Genus Calapoecia Billings
J. O. Patenaude, 1936, 
COX, Ian. Revisions of the Genus Calapoecia Billings. Ottawa: J. O. Patenaude, 1936. Pp. 49, including 4 plates with corresponding text opposite. 8vo, light brown printed card covers. Canada Department of Mines, National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No. 80, Geological Series No. 53. Vg. 35.00

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12149 COX, J. Stevens, (ed.) PARKER, Martin WEDGWOOD, C.V., introd KIRKE, David News From Canada, 1628. U.S. ed
George S. MacManus, Philadelphia , 1965, 
COX, J. Stevens, (ed.). News From Canada, 1628. Philadelphia : George S. MacManus, 1965. First U.S. Edition. Pp (6), 7-20. Includes a frontispiece andphoto-reproduction of both sides of news-sheet. 8vo, plain white boards.to 500 copies. The poem by Martin Parker (d.1656 ?). Subtitle : "The earliest known separate publication in English relating to Canada, and describing t he first English conquest of Canada entitled Englands Honour Revived by theValiant Exploytes of Captaine Kirke. Now first printed from the two recent ly discovered unique poetical news-sheets published October, 1628." Found in the binding of a 17th c. commentary on Colossians. , celebrated in a hundred and thirty two lines of jovial pedestrian verse, is a tribute to the first expedition to Canada of David Kirke and his two brothers who in 1628-9 drove out the French and took possession of the shores of the St. Lawrence and the fortress of Quebec for the English Crown - a conquest which preceded the famous victory of General Wolfe by more than a century."- from the Introduction by Dr. C.V. Wdedgwood. Champlain and Alexander Stirling also figure in this affair. U.S. imprint label tippied-in over Toucan Press, Beaminster, Dorset, 1964 imprint. Vg in printed dust jacket. 60.00

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12150 COX, Jeff, and Anne ROSEN My Home : Nova Scotia.
MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc, Lunenburg, N.S., 2011, ISBN:9781926916125 
COX, Jeff, and Anne ROSEN. My Home : Nova Scotia. [Lunenburg, N.S.] : (MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc., 2011). Pp (26). Illustrated. Square small 8vo, illustrated black card covers. An illustrated children's boardbook. Verygood. 6.00

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12151 COX, John (comp.). ZUILL, Kitty FUGH, Emily Life in Old Bermuda.
Printed by Beaver Press Limited, Toronto , 2000, 
COX, John (comp.). Life in Old Bermuda. (Toronto : Printed by Beaver Press Limited, 2000). Pp [i]-x,(2),1-137,(3). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated pink and pale blue card covers. Contents : 1. Life in Old Bailey's Bay (by John Cox). 2. The Musson Family of Flatts Village (by John Adams). 3. Old Devonshire and the Sea (by John Cox). 4. Excerpts from a Warwick Bible (by John Cox). 5. Cameos of Old Paget (by Rose Gosling). 6.Memories of Old Somerset (by Ethel Tucker). 7. Yesteryears (by Donald Smith). 8. Old St. David's (by Emily Fugh). 9. Christmas in Bermuda (by Kitty Zuill). Very good. 28.00

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12152 COX, Kenneth. History of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. 2nd pr
Nova Scotia Agricultural College, NSAC, Truro, N.S., 1971, 
COX, Kenneth. A History of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. (Truro, N.S.: Nova Scotia Agricultural College, July 1971). Second Printing. Pp (8),1-151,(1). 4to, blue comb bound, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : Introduction; Events Leading up to the Establishment of the College; The Purpose of the College; The Evolution of Courses and Curriculum; Jurisdiction and Finance; Affiliation with Other Institutions; Association with the Agricultural Industry; The Debert Interlude; Student Publications and Activities; Military Service; Principals and Staff; Registration; Major Award Winners; The Graduates; Land and Buildings; Legislation Concerning the College; Bibliography. Spine lightly browned, penned name, else very good. 50.00

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12153 COX, L.R. Falkland Islands and Dependencies Survey, Scientific Report 4: Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia and Annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies).
Colonial Office / Her Majesty's Stationery Office / HMSO, London, 1953, 
COX, L.R. Falkland Islands and Dependencies Survey, Scientific Reports No. 4 : Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia and Annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies). London : Published for the Colonial Office by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1953. Pp. 1-14, (2 plate leaves with caption tissue guards). Map in text. 4to, grey cardcovers. F.I.D.S.Scientific Report 4. Leslie Reginald Cox. Ex institutional library with us ual stamps, &c, else very good. 35.00

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12154 COX, Leo River Without End. signed ltd ed
Ryerson Press, 1937, 
COX, Leo. River Without End. (Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1937). A Ryerson Poetry Chap-Book. Pp. 16. 8vo, pink ill. card covers. A small collection of poems by the Canadian author. This edition is limited to 250 copies. Spine split from head to mid-spine, else vg. Author's signed personal inscription toAmy Bissett England on the verso of the front cover. 60.00

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12155 COX, Maurice C. Shetland Pony
Adam & Charles Black, London , 1965, 
COX, Maurice C. The Shetland Pony. London : Adam & Charles Black, (1965). First Edition. Pp [1]-158,(2), coloured frontispiece + 16 pp black-and-whiteplates. Index. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : 1. Ea rly History. 2. Recent History and Development. 3. Present Time Shetland. 4. Studs. 5. Ailments, Etc. 6. Characteristics and Showing. 7. Uses and Employment. 8. Management. 9. Forming a Stud. Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

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12156 COX, Peter Link With Tradition : The Story of Stephenson Clarke Shipping Limited 1730-1980
Newcastle Upon Tyne,, 1981, ISBN:095071951X 
COX, Peter. A Link With Tradition : The Story of Stephenson Clarke ShippingLimited 1730-1980. [Newcastle upon Tyne : Stephenson Clarke Shipping Limit ed, 1981]. "Printed by Clarke, Doble & Brendon Limited, The Oakfield Press,Plymouth." Pp (4),7-74. Illustrated throughout. Squarish 8vo, plain tan ca nvas cloth with printed clear plastic dustjacket. A history of what was Great Britain's oldest shipping company. Contents : Foreword by Grahame Stafford; Introduction; Two Mariners of Newcastle Before 1730; The grip of the deadly coast 1730-1776; The railways succeed 1776-1849; The tide turns 1850-1913; War 1914-1918; Stephenson Clarke Fleet Losses of Men and Shipping during World War I 1914-1918; The Donkey's Breakfast goes 1918-1939; E-Boat Alley 1939-1945; Stephenson Clarke Fleet Losses of Men and Shipping during World War II 1939-1945; Pioneers again 1946-1980; The Stephenson Clarke Fleet.Very good in chipped dustjacket (a one by three inch piece missing from fr ont panel at spine). 40.00

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12157 COX, Stephen Titanic Story : Hard Choices, Dangerous Decisions. pbk.
Open Court, Chicago, 1999, ISBN:0812693965 
COX, Stephen. The Titanic Story : Hard Choices, Dangerous Decisions . Chicago: Open Court, (1999). Pp. (6),vii-xx,1-152,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. "We all think we know the Titanic story: it is one of the dominant myths of our age, a universal symbol of humanity's plight in the world of modern technology. Yet nearly all the obvious conclusions about the Titanic are either plainly wrong or highly debatable. The disaster was not caused by arrogance, greed, or reckless speed, and would not have been averted by provision of more lifeboats. Not only does Stephen Cox refute the popular myth -- he shows that the true story is more interesting thanthe myth, and much more disturbing. After all these years, the agonizing m oral dilemmas of the Titanic remain to some extent unresolved." -from the rear cover. Very good. 15.00

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12158 COX, Tom Motor Boat and Yachting Manual. UK in dj
Edward Stanford, 1973, 
COX, Tom (ed.). Motor Boat and Yachting Manual. Eighteenth Edition. L.: Edward Stanford, (1973). Pp 357. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth. Toy 2291. Contents: All Kinds of Small Craft; Design; Construction; Practical Details; Interior Design; Kits for Amateur Construction; Applying the Power; Installation and Installation Equipment; Outboard Power; Electrical Equipment; Making a Better Boat; Sailing Cruisers and Motor Sailers; Handling Power Boats; Navigation Equipment; Emergencies and Equipment; Fitting Out; Personal Gear; Weather, Wind and Waves; Legal and General; Inland Waterways; Appendices. Vg in dj. 15.00

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12159 COX, Tom Power for Yachts. 1st UK in dj
Stanford Maritime, 1975, ISBN:0540071366 
COX, Tom. Power for Yachts. L.: Stanford Maritime, (1975). First Printing. Pp 157. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth. Toy 5229. Contents: Inboard Petrol Engines; Diesel Engines; Rotary Engines; Outboard Engines; Engine Conversions;Transmission; Sterndrives and Other Outdrives; Water Jet Units; Hydraulic Drives; Installation. Name tag to ffep, else vg in dj. 20.00

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12160 COX, W. Miles, ed Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems
Academic Press, 1987, 
COX, W. Miles, ed. Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems : A Resource Manual. Orlando, Fla.: Academic Press, 1987. Pp 365. 8vo, grey cloth. Vg.40.00

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12161 COX, William Separated In Fear, Reunited In Joy
0, 
COX, William. Separated In Fear, Reunited In Joy. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [late1970s?]. Pp [1]-108. Illustrated. 8vo, pale blue card covers. Born in 1907 in Holland, the author emigrated to Nova Scotia in 1952. These are his mem oirs, includiung much information on his experiences during the Second World War. Sticker ghost with a couple of small abrasions to front, else vg. 10.00

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12162 COXE, George Harmon Hollow Needle.
Alfred A. Knopf, New York , 1948, 
COXE, George Harmon. The Hollow Needle. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1948. First Edition. Pp (8),[1]-242,(6). 8vo, brown cloth, lettered in green, top edge dyed green. A Kent Murdock mystery novel by George Harmon Coxe (1901-1984), an American writer of crime fiction. Corners bumped, old penned priceto front endpaper, else very good in rubbed, edgeworn and price-clipped du stjacket. 25.00

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12163 COXERE, Edward MEYERSTEIN, E.H.W., ed. Adventures by Sea of Edward Coxere. UK no dj
Oxford, 1945, 
COXERE, Edward. Adventures by Sea of Edward Coxere. Edited by E.H.W. Meyerstein. Oxford : At the Clarendon Press, 1945. Pp (6),vii-xix,(3),3-123,(1),+4 plates + fldg table. Sm 8vo, brown cloth. Not in O'Dea. "The manuscript here printed, it is believed for the first time, was described in Catalogue609 (no.315) of Bernard Quaritch Ltd. in June 1943, having been bought by them privately in 1940. Of its history nothing has yet come to light, except from internal evidence. It belongs to the familiar class of seventeenth-century seamen's journals... It is not a diary, but a life-story from his fourteenth to his fiftysecond year, of an intrepid and humorous Kentish merchant seaman." - from the Introduction. Although most of Coxere's travels were around Europe and the Mediterranean, he did sail as far as Newfoundland in 1659 (see pp.80-81). Other references on pp. 11 and 111. Coxere mentions the cod fishery, lobsters, and the fact that the "Indians seldom appears, but have left the country", along with this little proverb about Newfoundland: "If it were not for wood, water and fish, Newfoundland would not be worth a rish." [rish = rush]. Vg. 45.00

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12164 COXERE, Edward. MEYERSTEIN, E.H.W., ed. Adventures by Sea of Edward Coxere. First Edition.
Oxford University Press / Clarendon Press, Oxford , 1945, 
COXERE, Edward. Adventures by Sea of Edward Coxere. Edited by E.H.W. Meyerstein. Oxford : At the Clarendon Press, 1945. Pp (6),vii-xix,(3),3-123,(1),+4 plates + fldg table. Small 8vo, brown cloth with gilt lettering ("Advent ures by Sea") to spine. Not in O'Dea. A relation of the several adventures by sea with the dangers, dificulties, and hardships I met for several years: as also the deliverances and escapes through them for which I have cause to give the glory to God for ever. "The manuscript here printed, it is believed for the first time, was described in Catalogue 609 (no.315) of BernardQuaritch Ltd. in June 1943, having been bought by them privately in 1940. Of its history nothing has yet come to light, except from internal evidence. It belongs to the familiar class of seventeenth-century seamen's journals... It is not a diary, but a life-story from his fourteenth to his fiftysecond year, of an intrepid and humorous Kentish merchant seaman." - from the Introduction. Although most of Coxere's travels were around Europe and the Mediterranean, he did sail as far as Newfoundland in 1659 (see pp.80-81). Other references on pp. 11 and 111. Coxere mentions the cod fishery, lobsters, and the fact that the "Indians seldom appears, but have left the country", along with this little proverb about Newfoundland: "If it were not for wood, water and fish, Newfoundland would not be worth a rish." [rish = rush]. Damp specking to boards, occasional light foxing, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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12165 COXITO, Amandio A. Logica, semântica e conhecimento na escolástica peninsular pré-renascentista.
Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 1980, ISBN:9789726160892 
COXITO, Amandio A.. Lógica, semântica e conhecimento na escolástica peninsular pré-renascentista. . Coimbra : Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, 1981. Pp (6),7-390,(2). 8vo, cream cardcovers, with blue & black lettering. "Este trabalho foi inicialmente apresentado, em dáctilo-composição, àFaculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra, como dissertação de doutor amento em História da Filosofia e da Cultura Portuguesas. Na presente edição, o texto primitivo foi mantido no essencial, tendo-se apenas introduzido algumas alterações de pormenor. A ideia que levou à realização deste trabalho teve a sua origem na convicção de que não seria possível compreender adequadamente o movimento filosófico português e peninsular do século XVI (e nomeadamente a Segunda Escolástica) sem primeiro investigar o período crítico que o antecedeu, isto é, a chamada «Escolástica decadente», com referência à problemática lógica, semântica e gnosiológica." - p.7. Chapter I. 0 conceito geral de «significação» (sécs. XII-XIII). 1. As teorias semânticas nos gramáticos do século XII; 2. A tradição lógica, do século XII; 3. Abelardo; 4. Pedro Hispano. Chapter II. 0 conceito geral de «significação» (sécs. XIV-XVI). Chapter III. A significação da cópula verbal. 3. Guilherme de Ockham e João Buridano; Chapter IV. A significação dos sincategoremas. 1. Origem e sentido da doutrina; 2. Guilherme de Ockham; 3. João Buridano; 4. Escolástica peninsular. Chapter V. A semântica das proposições. 1. O «dictismo»de Abelardo; 2. O «dictismo» de Gregório de Rimini; 3. O terminismo do séc ulo XIV: Pedro de Ailly; O terminismo dos autores peninsulares. Chapter VI.A teoria da «suppositio». 1. As origens; 2. Pedro Hispano; 3. Guilherme de Ockham; 4. Interpretações da «suppositio» à luz da semiótica; 5. Escolásti ca peninsular. Chapter VII. A «virtus sermonis» e os «usos» da linguagem. 1. A doutrina «de virtute sermonis» em Ockham; 2. A condenação da doutrina «de virtute sermonis»; 3. João Buridano; 4. Os «usos» da linguagem na Escolástica peninsular. Chapter VIII. O paralelismo lógico-gramatical. 1. A atitude realista; 2. Guilherme de Ockham; 3. Escolástica peninsular. Chapter IX.O objecto da ciência. 1. Gregório de Rimini; 2. Guilherme de Ockham; 3. Ro berto Holkot; 4. João Buridano; 5. Escolástica peninsular. With conclusion and indices. Very good. 75.00

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12166 COXITO, Amândio Augusto A Teoria das Ciências : No curso filosófico conimbricense
Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 1977, 
COXITO, Amândio Augusto. A Teoria das "Ciências" : No curso filosófico conimbricense. Coimbra : (Universidade de Coimbra), 1977. Pp (4),3-136. 8vo, cream card covers, blue lettering to front cover, blank spine. Projecto de investigação para a prova complementar de doutoramento em Filosofia, apresentada à Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra. Contents : 1. Filosofia, Ciência e Arte. 2. A Classificaçao das "Ciências." 3. O Objecto das "Ciênias." 4. A Filosofia Natural. 5. O Lugar da Dialéctica entre as "Ciências." 6. O Objecto da Dialéctica. 7. A Pedagogia das "Ciências." Text in Portuguese. Very good. 75.00

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12167 COY, Ellen A. Home Pomes and Treasured Reflections. signed
1980, 
COY, Ellen A. Home 'Pomes' and Treasured Reflections. Moncton, NB: printed by A. Stiles Printing, December 1980. Pp. 106. 8vo, orange ill. card covers, brown titles to front and spine. Poetry and prose by this New Brunswick author. Previous owner's name inked to front cover and title page, else vg. Signed by the author on the title page. 20.00

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12168 COY, Harold COLLINS, Fred Real Book about Rivers. US book club in dj
Garden City Books, 1954, 
COY, Harold. The Real Book about Rivers. Illustrated by Fred Collins. Garden City : Garden City Books, (copyright 1953). Book Club Edition. Pp 192. 8vo, tan cloth. Vg in dj. 12.50

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12169 COY, Helen. FITZGERALD, Lionel Lemoine). FitzGerald as Printmaker : A catalogue raisonné of the first complete exhibition of the printed works. First Paperback Edition.
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1982, ISBN:0887556078 
(FITZGERALD, Lionel Lemoine). COY, Helen. FitzGerald as Printmaker : A catalogue raisonné of the first complete exhibition of the printed works. (Winnipeg): The University of Manitoba Press, (1982). First Printing. Pp. (16),[3]-116,(6). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated brown card covers with black titles to front and spine. "'FitzGerald as Printmaker' includes every known print made by the artist, most of them reproduced in actual size. The accompanying commentary describes the prints, the circumstances under which they were made, the artist's comments about them, the uses he made of them, and the methods and techniques he used to achieve the effects he wanted. Written in a clear and lively style, and based on meticulous research, 'FitzGerald as Printmaker' is the definitive volume for the appreciation of FitzGerald's prints, and for much of his other work as well." - from the rear cover. Contents: Part I: L. LeMoine FitzGerald: Autobiography; Hugh Whitney Morrison's "On LeMoine FitzGerald"; FitzGerald's Printmaking Techniques; Arnodl Saper's "Fitzgerald's Methods". Part II: The Catalogue Raisonné: FitzGerald as Printmaker; Notes on the Use of the Cataloguie; The Chirstmas Greetings; The Utility Prints; The Monoprints; The Restrikes. With appendices. Spine sunned, gift inscription to half-title, else very good. 25.00

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12170 COYSH, Victor. Swastika over Guernsey : An Outline of the German Occupation and the Liberation of the Island.
Guernsey Press Co., Guernsey , 1960, 
COYSH, Victor. Swastika over Guernsey : An Outline of the German Occupationand the Liberation of the Island. (Guernsey : Guernsey Press Co., Ltd., 19 60). Fifth Impression. Pp [1]-32,+ 8 pp plates. 8vo, illustrated stapled card covers. Covers rubbed, brown stain to top margin of most of book, else good. 20.00

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12171 COZZENS, Frederic S. Acadia; or, A Month with the Blue Noses
Derby & Jackson, New York, 1859, 
COZZENS, Frederic S. Acadia; or, A Month with the Blue Noses. New York: Derby & Jackson, 119 Nassau Street, 1859. Pp (4),[iii]-xi,13-329,(5). Double lithograph frontispiece portraits. 8vo, green pressed cloth. TPL 3897, Morley p.12, Waterston p.110, Tennyson 507, NSIB 175, Rhodenizer p.64. The record of a tour with much on the Acadians (the portraits are of two Acadian women), the Micmacs, and Halifax. Also the Blacks (Deer's Castle), Bedford, the opening of the Halifax Lunatic Asylum, Cape Breton, &c.is pleasant to visit Nova Scotia in the month of June. Pack up your flannels and your fishingtackle, leave behind your prejudices and your summer clothing, take your t rout-pole in one hand and a copy of Haliburton in the other, and step on board a Cunarder at Boston. In thirty-six hours you are in the loyal little province, and above you floats the red flag and the cross of St. George. My word for it, you will not regret the trip. "That the idea of visiting Nova Scotia ever struck any living person as something peculiarly pleasant and cheerful, is not within the bounds of probability. Very rude people are wontto speak of Halifax in connection with the name of a place not alluded to in polite society - except by clergymen. As for the rest of the Province, there are certain vague rumours of extensive and constant fogs, but nothing more. The land is a sort of terra incognita. Many take it to be a part of Canada, and others firmly believe it is somewhere in Newfoundland." - pp.13-14. Spine ends worn, corners bumped, spine and edges browned, cloth soiled,lacking free endpapers, front inner hinge cracked, foxed, penned name, els e a good, reading copy only. As is. 40.00

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12172 COZZENS, James Gould S.S. San Pedro. US book club no dj
Harcourt, Brace, 1931, 
COZZENS, James Gould. S.S. San Pedro. New York : Harcourt, Brace and Co., (1931). Pp 136. 8vo, blue cloth. Smith & Weller, Sea Fiction Guide 570 : "Nerve-tingling loss of a passenger liner.". A book of nautical fiction. With the dedication: "For my Mother in memory of Nova Scotia sea captains." WithBook-of-the-Month Club promotional leaflet tipped in. Gift inscription, el se very good. 10.00

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12173 CRABB, Howard C. Virtual Engineer : 21st century product development. First Printing in dustjacket, signed by author
Society of Manufacturing Engineers / American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Dearborn, Michigan / New York, 1998, ISBN:0872634914 
CRABB, Howard C. The Virtual Engineer : 21st century product development. Dearborn, Michigan : Society of Manufacturing Engineers / New York : American Society of Mechanical Engineers, (1998). First Printing. Pp (14),[xv]-xxv,(1),[1]-166. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. "In the manufacturing industries, competition has never been fiercer and technology has never changed faster. Companies need to compress time-to-market and time-to-money if they are to prosper. Yet traditional organizational structures and modes of thinking can block change. Senior management may be unaware of many technology issues and their implications for future success or failure. Communications barriers exist at all levels and across functional divisions. A company's goals can be sketched on thewhite board or published in the annual report but if there is no road map showing the fast lanes and the bridges over the chasms, achieving them willbe all but impossible. Dr Howard Crabb defines a number of roadblocks that prevent manufacturing companies trom introducing new products that fit the wants and needs of the customer at a reasonable cost and in a shorter tirr e than in the past. Solutions to these problems are needed, and Dr. Crabb offers them. These are not just ideas - they are ideas that work. Predictiveengineering software capabilities and ever-accelerating improvements in en gineering workstatitons put the power of a supercomputer on an engineer's desk. Visual engineering allows anyone affected by a new product design to see it, as a 3-D rendering as clear as dear as anything you would see in a TV commercial. Senior management, engineering, manufacturing, finance, and sales and marketing can all tell what is being proposed, before a cent is spent on physical prototypes. And new technology incorporates knowledge-basedsys:ems, decades of design rules, ana past designs, at the command of the new virtual engineer. How does a company integrate these and other advancesinto their existing systems and organizations? This book explains how a sy stems engineering approach will make a difference." (from the dj). Contents: 1. An Environment of Change. 2. The Elementos of Change. 3. Technology a s a Tool. 4. Reinventing the Current Process. 5. 2000 and Beyond. 6. Organization Overhaul. 7. Best Practices. Veryp good in dustjacket. Signed with inscription by the author. 35.00

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12174 CRABTREE, Reginald Luxury Yacht from Steam to Diesel. US in dj
Drake, New York, 1974, ISBN:0877495653 
CRABTREE, Reginald. The Luxury Yacht from Steam to Diesel. New York: Drake,(1974). First US Edition. Pp. (4),5-208 + 16 p of plates. Also text illust rations. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Toy 0006, Morris & Howland p.35. On American and British power yachts. "This is the first book to bring together every aspect of the development of the luxury power-yachtin the two nations that have dominated world yachting -- the United States and Britain. As much a social as a technical history, it incorporates firs t-hand accounts of cruising and the personal experiences of owners and crews -- as well as giving full details of the transition to a new form of power. It is the story of the growth of an industry, of designers, the palatialyachts of presidents, royalty and millionaires." - from dj. Chapters: 1. A ncestors, Paddle-wheels and Screws; 2. Victorian Debut; 3. Steam Heyday; 4.On the Stocks; 5. Fitting Out; 6. Freedom of the Seas; 7. The Dominant Die sel; 8. Contemorary, Presidential, and a Look Ahead. With bibliography and index. Bookplate, else very good in unclipped dj. 20.00

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12175 CRABTREE, Reginald Royal Yachts of Europe : From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century. First Edition in dustjacket
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1975, ISBN:0715367544 
CRABTREE, Reginald. Royal Yachts of Europe : From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century. Newton Abbot : David & Charles, (1975). First Edition. Pp (6),7-95,(1). Double column. Illustrated with b&w photos and drawings throughout. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Toy 119. Representatives from Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Imperial Russia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and Yugoslavia. Very goodin in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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12176 CRACE, Jim Devil's Larder. proof
Viking, 2001, 
CRACE, Jim. The Devil's Larder. (L): Viking, (2001). Uncorrected Proof Copy. Pp. 178. 8vo, ill. card covers. White sticker with title and author's name affixed to title page, else vg. 25.00

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12177 CRACKNELL, Basil E. Islands Series) Dominica. in dj.
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1973, ISBN:0715360841 
CRACKNELL, Basil E.. Dominica . Newton Abbot: David & Charles, (1973). Pp. 198, including plates. 8vo, blue cloth, top edge dyed blue. A volume in TheIslands Series. Vg in dj. 25.00

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12178 CRACRAFT, James, (ed.) Soviet Union Today : An Interpretive Guide
Educational Foundation for Nuclear Science, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Chicago, Illinois, 1983, ISBN:0941682064 
CRACRAFT, James, (ed.). The Soviet Union Today : An Interpretive Guide. (Chicago, Illinois : Educational Foundation for Nuclear Science, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1983). Pp (2),iii-ix,(2),2-348,(2). Index. 8vo, illustrated pale blue card covers, lettered in dark blue. Contents : [1.] History: 1. From the Russian past to the Soviet present (by James Cracraft). 2. Lenin and his cult (by Nina Tumarkin). 3. The Stalin question (by Stephen F.Cohen). [2.] Politics: 4. The political elite (by/ Mark R. Beissinger). 5. Policymaking and foreign affairs (by Alexander Dallin). 6. Dissent (by Jos hua Rubenstein); 7. The KGB (by John E. Carlson). [3.] The armed forces: 8.Military organization and deployment (by David R. Jones). 9. The conscript s (by Mikhail Tsypkin). 10. Military strategy in the nuclear age (by Eugenia V. Osgood). [4.] The physical context: 11. Basic geography (by Chauncy D.Harris). 12. Environmental problems (by John M. Kramer). 13. Architecture and urban planning (by William C. Brumfield). [5.] The economy: 14. An economic overview (by James R. Millar). 15. The economy and the consumer (by Marshall I. Goldman). 16. Agriculture (by D. Gale Johnson). [6.] Science & technology: 17. Science policy and organization (by Loren R. Graham). 18. Soviet science in practice: an insider's view (by Vladimir Z. Kresin). 19. Education, science and technology (by Harley D. Balzer). [7.] Culture: 20. A survey of the cultural scene (by Irwin Weil). 21. New trends in literature (by Katerina Clark). 22. The politics of literature (by Geoffrey Hosking). [8.] Society: 23. Ethnicity (by Ralph S. Clem). 24. Religion (by Paul A. Lucey). 25. Women (by Mary Ellen Fischer). 26. A troubled society (by David E.Powell). David R. Jones was with the Rusian Research Center of Nova Scotia , Cambridge Sation, King's County, Nova Scotia. Foxing to covers, penned gift inscription, else very good. 12.00

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12179 CRADDOCK, John First Shot : The Untold Story of the Japanese Minisubs that Attacked Pearl Harbor. US in dj.
McGraw-Hill, New York, 2006, ISBN:0071437169 
CRADDOCK, John. First Shot : The Untold Story of the Japanese Minisubs thatAttacked Pearl Harbor . New York: McGraw-Hill, (2006). Pp. (12),[1]-255,(9 ), + 12 p. of plates. 8vo, black cloth spine with red paper covered boards,gilt lettering to spine. "At 6:53 a..m., December 7, 1941, one of the most fatefully unheeded warnings in history was radioed to Pearl Harbor headqua rters: 'We have fired upon submarine operating in defensive sea area.' Sixty-two minutes later, waves of Japanese airplanes, red suns painted on theirwings, descended on the harbor..." - from the front cover of the dj. Vg-fi ne in unclipped dj. 18.00

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12180 CRADDOCK, William J. Twilight Candelabra.
Doubleday Projections Book, Garden City, N.Y., 1972, 
CRADDOCK, William J. Twilight Candelabra. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday Projections Book, 1972. First Edition. Pp [i]-xix,(3),[1]-214,(4). 8vo, illustrated black card covers. “A horror story and tight pornographic allegory concerned with a dark and absurdly disrespectful grope through circular Eternity in search of a paradoxical parapatterner of simplistic truth guarded by legions of “dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whoever loveth and maketh a lie”.” -(p.[vi]). Some edgewear, rubbed, else very good. 70.00

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12181 CRADOCK, Percy HARRIS, H. Wilson. McNAIR, Arnold, Sir. BIRKETT, Norman, Sir. Recollections of the Cambridge Union 1815-1939. in dj.
Bowes & Bowes, Cambridge, 1953, 
CRADOCK, Percy. Recollections of the Cambridge Union 1815-1939. With Contributions by H. Wilson Harris, Sir Arnold McNair, Sir Norman Birkett, Sir Geoffrey Shakespeare, R.A. Butler, A.M. Ramsey, Lionel Gamlin, Geoffrey de Freitas, Frank Singleton, Lord Dunboyne. (Cambridge): Bowes & Bowes, (1953). Pp 192. 8vo, blue cloth. Slight shelfwear, top edge dusty, else vg in chipped dj. 30.00

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12182 Craft Work Hayes Teachers' Guide in Craft Work : Designs and Suggestions for Use in Grades One to Eight.
Hayes School Publishing Co., Wilkinsburg, PA, 1948, 
(Craft Work). Hayes Teachers' Guide in Craft Work : Designs and Suggestionsfor Use in Grades One to Eight. Wilkinsburg, PA : Hayes School Publishing Co., 1948. Pp (48). Illustrated. 4to, yellow stapled card covers. Plans formaking a toy elephant, Indian teepee and wigwam, pueblo house, Indian cost ume, Dutch colonial house, Pilgrim home, cardboard or wooden furniture, spoon doll, costuming skeleton, circus zebra, circus wagon poster, puppets (string, stick, stocking), puppet stage, dioramas, booklets and scrapbooks, and more. Covers rubbed, edges worn, spine browned, bottom corner brown-stained, else good only. 30.00

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12183 Crafts) Atlantic Visions de l'Atlantique
Charlottetown, 1982, 
(Crafts). Atlantic Visions de l'Atlantique : Crafts from Canada's Four Atlantic Provinces / Artisanat des quatre provinces atlantiques du Canada. (Charlottetown : Atlantic Juried Craft Exhibition, Inc., 1982). Pp [1]-93,(3). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, card covers. Includes entries from 32 Newfoundland, 51 Nova Scotia, 21 Prince Edward Island, and 33 New Brunswick craftspeople. Vg. 12.00

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12184 Crafts) Crafts of Newfoundland and Labrador 1979
1979, 
(Crafts). Crafts of Newfoundland and Labrador 1979. (St.John's : Dept. of Rural Development, 1979). Pp (28). Illustrated. Maps. Oblong 12mo, card covers. A listing of craftspeople and shops in the Newfoundland and Labrador area. Vg. 10.00

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12185 CRAGG, Edward God and You. First Printing
Board of Evangelism and Social Service and The Board of Christian Education, The United Church of Ca, Toronto, 1960, 
CRAGG, Edward. God and You. (Toronto : Issued by The Board of Evangelism and Social Service and The Board of Christian Education, The United Church ofCanada, December 1957). First Printing. Pp 1-64. Double Column. 8vo, pale blue stapled card covers, lettered in dark blue. "God and You, the Divine and the personal -- what study could be more vital and interesting? This booklet completes a trilogy of study booklets: "The Bible and You" (1956), "Christ and You" (1957), and now "God and You". Someone has suggested that ournext booklet ought to be "The Devil and You", a suggestion not without mer it." (from the Preface). Contents : Preface. 1. God. 2. God and You. 3. GodSaves You. 4. God Guides You. 5. God Sustains You. 6. You Belong to God. 7 . The Kind of Person God Wills You to Be. Spine and mergins browned, else very good. 15.00

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12186 CRAGG, G.R. CRAGG, Gerald R. From Puritanism to the Age of Reason : A Study of Changes in Religious Thought within the Church of England 1660-1700.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1965, 
CRAGG, G.R. From Puritanism to the Age of Reason : A Study of Changes in Religious Thought within the Church of England 1660-1700. Cambridge : At the University Press, 1966. Second Printing. Pp (4),[v]-vi,(2),1-247,(1). Small8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Gerald Robertson Cragg. "'We rec ognize instinctively the importance of the issues raised in the religious discussion of the Restoration era. The place of reason, the character of morality, the limits of authority, the nature of the universe, the reign of law—these are all questions which we still debate. What is more, we discuss them in essentially the same spirit as that which first emerged in the latter part of the seventeenth century. The period of transition is the generation which followed the Restoration, and during those years the new lines of thought were marked out.' This is how Dr Cragg introduces his critical study of changes in religious thought in the latter half of the seventeenth century. His main concern is with the eclipse of Calvinism, the Cambridge Platonists, the religious significance of Locke, Toland and the rise of Deism, the relationship between the Church and the Civil power and the question ofreligious toleration. In its original form this book was awarded the Archb ishop Cranmer Prize for 1945." - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Introduction; 2. The Eclipse of Calvinism; 3. The Cambridge Platonists ; 4. The Latitudinarians; 5. The Impact of the New Science; 6. The Religious Significance of John Locke; 7. John Toland and the Rise of Deism; 8. The Church and the Civil Power; 9. Toleration, the Triumph of an Idea; 10. Conclusion. With bibliography and index. Very good in very good dustjacket. 50.00

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12187 CRAGGS, R.S. ARCHIBALD, Adams G. Sir Adams G. Archibald : Colchester's Father of Confederation.
Truro News, 1967, 1967 
CRAGGS, R.S. Sir Adams G. Archibald : Colchester's Father of Confederation. (Truro, Nova Scotia : The Truro News, 1967). First Edition. Pp (2),3-116,(2) + 1 plate leaf opp. p. 94. With 18 b&w photos in the text as well as other Illustrations. Note: the two leaves with pages 19 & 20 and pages 21 & 22 are each folding and have a b&w photo and are printed on one side only. 8vo, blue card covers, plain spine.

Sir Adams George Archibald KCMG PC QC (b. May 3, 1814, Truro, Nova Scotia – d. December 14, 1892, Truro, Nova Scotia) was a Canadian lawyer and politician, and a Father of Confederation. He was based in Nova Scotia for most of his career, though he also served as first Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba from 1870 to 1872

32 brief chapters including:
1. The Making of a Statesman;
2. A Legal Career;
3. Reciprocity;
4. Mining Monopoly;
5. Free Schools Act;
6. The Intercolonial Railway;
7. Political Contemporaries;
8. Anglo-American Relations;
9. Maritime Union;
10. Prelude to Discussion;
11. The Charlottetown Conference;
12. Post-Conference Discussions;
13. At Quebec;
14. Framework of a Constitution;
15. Aftermath;
16. The Road to London;
17. Joseph Howe and the Anti-Confederates;
18. The London Conference;
19. The BNA Act Passed;
20. Howe Alienates the Catholics;
21. The Debate in the Drill Room;
22. Acquisition of Rupert's Land;
24. McDougall as Governor [Sir William McDougall PC CB (January 25, 1822 – May 29, 1905) one of the Fathers of Confederation];
25. The Overland Trail;
26. The Red River Expedition;
27. Archibald's First Administration [as Lieutenant Governor of Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory];
28. Indian Legislation;
29. Land Distribution;
30. The Fenians;
31. Donald Smith and Doctor Schultz [Sir John Christian Schultz, KCMG (January 1, 1840 – April 13, 1896)].
32. The Last Years.

"Published on the occasion of Canada's Centenary of Confederation".

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12188 CRAICK, W.A. History of Canadian Journalism II : Last Years of the Canadian Press Association, 1908-1919, with a continuing record of the Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association, 1919-1959. Hardcover.
Ontario Publishing Company, Toronto, 1959, 
CRAICK, W.A. A History of Canadian Journalism II : Last Years of the Canadian Press Association, 1908-1919, with a continuing record of the Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association, 1919-1959. Toronto: The Ontario Publishing Company Limited, (1959). Pp. (12),1-311,(1), frontispiece, + 22 p. of photo plates. 8vo, green cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents: Part I: Retrospective; The 50th Annual Meeting; A Year of Progress; A Nationalization Plan; A Permanent Secretary; Expansion; Rapid Progress; Important Decisiions; Amalgamation and Incorporation; The Postal Question; The Second Imperial Press Conference; The 1914 Annual Meeting; The Impact of War; The First Sympton of Dissolution; The Conflict over Newsprint;An Attempted Ouster; The Newspaper Fight -- First Victory Loan; The 60th A nnual Meeting; The Paper Inquiry and Other Activities; The Last Annual Meeting -- Reorganization. Part II: The CDNA Gets under Way; Early Years of theCDNA; Rounding Out the First Decade; The Depression Years; The Bureau of A dvertising; The Pre-War Years; The War Years; The Post-War Years; The Fourth Decade. With appendices. Ex-Halifax Herald Library with stamps and numberscratched to spine, rear inner hinge tender, else very good. 30.00

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12189 CRAIG, Grace Morris But This is Our War. in dj. signed
University of Toronto Press, 1981, 
CRAIG, Grace Morris. But This is Our War. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1981). Pp. 148 with [16] pp. of black 7 white photographs. 8vo, browncloth. Name, endpaper creased, paperclip stains, else vg in dj. Signed by the author to title page. 40.00

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12190 CRAIG, A.R. Your Luck's in Your Hand; or, The Science of Modern Palmistry. Chiefly according to the systems of D'Arpentigny and Desbarrolles. With some account ofthe Gipsies.
Worthington Co., New York, 0, 
CRAIG, A.R. Your Luck's in Your Hand; or, The Science of Modern Palmistry. Chiefly according to the systems of D'Arpentigny and Desbarrolles. With some account of the Gipsies. With illustrations. New York : Worthington Co., 747 Broadway, [n.d. - 1880s]. Pp. (4),v-viii,9-320,(2), frontispiece, + 3 plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt hand decoration to front board andspine, red lettering to front board and spine, bevelled edges. Contents: 1 . Palmistry As A Science; 2. Ancient Palmistry; 3. The Modern Science and its High-Priest; 4. Signs attached to the Palm of the Hand; 5. The Thumb; 6.Hard and Soft Hands; 7. The Hand in Children; 8. The Spatuled Hand; 9. Eng lish Hands; 10. The North American Hand; 11. The Artist Hand; 12. The Useful Hand; 13. Chinese Hands; 14. The Hand of the Philosopher; 15. The Hand Psychical; 16. Mixed Hands; 17. The Female Hand; 18. M. Desbarrolles and the Advanced School; 19. Palmistry in relation to the Future; 20. The Three Worlds of Chiromancy; 21. The Mounts and Lines; 22. The Line of the Head; 23. The Line of Life, of Saturn, of the Liver, of Vens; 24. The Line of the Sun; 25. The Rascette; 26. The Seven Capital Sins; 27. Power of Interpretation; 28. The Astral Fluid; 29. The Children of the Ruling Planets, their Characters; 30. Readings of the Hands of Celebrated Men and Women; 31. M. D'Arpentigny and the Gipsies, Mr. Borrow's Researches; 32. Gipsy Chiromants; 33. The Hand as affected by Marriage; 34. Conclusion. Inner hinges cracked, some pencilling to first few chapters, edgeworn, one plate loose, a good copy only. 50.00

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12191 CRAIG, Amanda Foreign Bodies. First Edition in dustjacket
Hutchinson, London , 1990, ISBN:0091745209 
CRAIG, Amanda. Foreign Bodies. London : Hutchinson, (1990). First British Edition. Pp (6),1-306. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Amanda Craig (born 1959) is a British novelist and journalist. This is her first novel. "Running away from home, I slammed the front door on my cloak, and had to ring the bell to be released." Such is the inauspicious start of eighteen-year old Pmma Kenward's bid for freedom. Intellectually precocious and emotionally naive, she decamps from her dull Sloane family to share a bohemian life in Tuscany with her American friend and role-model Svlvia. She has nine months in whirh to discover whether she has any real talent as a painter, orwhether she will have to subside into conventionality by taking up her pla ce at Oxford. Dazzled by her first love-affair with Lucio, a local musician, and seduced by the louche existence of the artistic expatriate, Emma is initially blind to the fierce emotions festering in the hill-town of Santorno. Evidence of adultery, suicide, family feuding and antagonism towards herown behaviour fail to pierce her self-absorption, despite the efforts of t he rebarbative Oxford don, Dr. Evenlode It is only as the summer reaches its height that Emma's sense of perspective is sharpened bv a humiliating personal betrayal and the realisation that she is holding the key to a murder.This is a witty and assured debut by a young award award-winning journalis t. Amanda Craig, herself brought up in Tuscany, convincingly portrays the realities of life behind the pictumresque facade so admired by holiday-makers. Foweign Bodies combines a detective story, the tale ot a modern sentimental education and a portrait of the artist as a young woman - arrogant, acid, uncomciuusiy comical and ultimately captivatiiting." (from the dj). Verygood in unclipped dustjacket. 30.00

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12192 CRAIG, Amanda Private Place. First Edition in dustjacket
Hutchinson, London , 1991, ISBN:0091747643 
CRAIG, Amanda. A Private Place. London : Hutchinson, (1991). First British Edition. Pp (10),[3]-246,(2). 8vo, navy cloth, gilt titles to spine. AmandaCraig (born 1959) is a British novelist and journalist. "Would you send yo ur child to Knotshead? Knotshead advertises itselt as a top public school. With its arcadian setting, progressive curriculum and healthy mixing of thesexes, it is surely one of which any parent would approve. But what ot the pupils? Winthrop T. Sheen,m a much expelled American preppy, thinks it is 'worse than a summer camp for web feet'. To Alice Godwin, intensely lonely and academic, it is an excruciating test of endurance leavened only by her lessons with the classics master (and his parrot Horatio). Both are terrorised by Johnny Tore, son of a sixties rock star, and 'the Lads' who run the school underground of drugs, alcohol and sex. The staff are too enraptured by educational theories and their own power struggles to notice what is going on. Only Grub, gifted musician and court-iester to Tore, sees that fear ana loatning are escalating to anarchy and murder. Amanda Craig is a young writer of outstanding lite.rarv talent with a passion for story-telling. Asin her first novel, Foreign Bodies, she exposes the dangers of romanticism with a sardonic wit. .But tne?comedy in A Private Place is darker, giving a sinister edge to a story which is both very modern and the retelling of an ancient Greek myth." (from the dj). Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 50.00

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12193 CRAIG, Beatrice, and Maxime DAGENAIS. Land In Between : The Upper St. John Valley from Prehistory to World War One
Tilbury House, Publishers / Maine Acadian Heritage Council / Acadia National Park , Gardiner, ME / Madawaska, ME / Bar Harbor, ME, 2009, ISBN:9780884483199 
CRAIG, Béatrice, and Maxime DAGENAIS. The Land In Between : The Upper St. John Valley from Prehistory to World War One. With the collaboration of LisaOrnstein & Guy Dubay. Gardiner, ME : Tilbury House, Publishers / Madawaska , ME : The Maine Acadian Heritage Council / Bar Harbor, ME : Acadia National Park and The Saint Croix Island International Historic Site, (July 2009).First Paperback Printing. Pp [i]-xxii,1-442. Illustrated. Maps. Index. Dou ble Column. Large 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : 1. The Physical Environment. Part One: From Native Frontier to Imperial Borderland. 2.A Native Frontier: The Prehistoric St. John Valley. 3. From Native Frontie r to Imperial Borderland, 1600-1713. 4. From Borderland to Frontier and Back, 1713-83. 5. From Native Hunting Ground to French Village: Madawaska, 1776-90. Part Two: A Disputed Territory. 6. Economy and Population 1785-1845. 7. Ways of Life. 8. How Madawaska Became Part of New Brunswick. 9. How Partof Madawaska Became American. Part Three: Still a Borderland: 1845-73. 10. Territory and Population. 11. Politics and Religion, 1845-67. 12. Educatio n and Postal Services. 13. The Forestry Industry and the International Economy of the Upper St. John River Basin. 14. Agriculture and the Forest Industry: Siamese Twins? 15. How the Consumer Economy Came to Madawaska. 16. Handing Down the Family Farm, 1840-70. Part Four: Capitalism's Bordered Lands,Franco-Catholic Borderland, 1873-1918. 17. The Arrival of the Railroads. 1 8. Communications and Energy for a Modern Age: Bridges, Telephones, Electricity. 19. The Growth of Lumber Manufacturing and the Emergence of Pulp and Paper. 20. The New Agriculture: Potato Crops and Dairy Farms. 21. Urbanization. 22. Tourism.; 23. Public Education, 1870-1914. 24. The Church and Public Welfare. 25. The Acadian Renaissance. 26. Political and Institutional Life, 1875 to World War I. Conclusion. Epilogue: Untold Stories. Appendixes. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 30.00

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12194 CRAIG, Elizabeth Beer and Vittels.
Museum Press Limited, London , 1955, 
CRAIG, Elizabeth. Beer and Vittels. London : Museum Press Limited, (1955). First Edition. Pp [i]-vii,(1),9-196. Index. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to maroon panel to spine. A book on cooking with beer. Spine rubbed, edges worn, brown spotting to some leaves, else good. 25.00

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12195 CRAIG, F. W. S. British General Election Manifestos 1918-1966
Political Reference Publications, 1970, 
CRAIG, F. W. S. British General Election Manifestos 1918-1966. Chichester: Political Reference Publications, 1970. Pp. 303. 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. A complete collection of the manifestos issued by the three major political paries in Britain - Conservative, Labour and Liberal - during the General Elections held in that country from December 1918 until March1966. Vg in price-clipped dj (with some chipping to head of spine and corn ers, a small closed tear to the lower front panel). 40.00

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12196 CRAIG, G.M., (ed.). CHAPMAN, J.K. GRAHAM, Gerald S. MAHONEY, Thomas H.D. Canadian Historical Review. Volume 37, No. 2, June 1956
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1956, 1956 
CRAIG, G.M., (ed.). The Canadian Historical Review: Volume XXXVII (37), No. 2, June 1956. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1956. Pp (2),109-200,(2). 8vo, green card covers.

Contents:

Some Thoughts on the Study of History (by R.M. Saunders);

Imperial Protection for the Trading Interests of the Hudson's Bay Company (by Alvin C. Gluek, Jr.);

Arthur Gordon and Confederation (by J. K. Chapman);

Mr. Burke's Imperial Mentality and the Proposed Irish Absentee Tax of 1773 (by Thomas H.D. Mahoney);

The Defences of Canada, 1710 (by Gerald S. Graham);

plus book reviews and regular features.

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12197 CRAIG, G.M., (ed.). SAYWELL, John T. WILLMS, A.M. PRESTON, Richard A. Canadian Historical Review. Volume 37, No. 4, December 1956
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1956, 
CRAIG, G.M., (ed.). The Canadian Historical Review: Volume XXXVII (37), No.4, December 1956. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1956. Pp (2),309- 392,[i]-vi,(4). 8vo, green card covers. Contents: The Crown and the Politicians: The Canadian Succession Question, 1891-1896 (by John T. Saywell); Conscription, 1917: A Brief for the Defence (by A.M. Willms); The Journals of General Sir F. P. Robinson, G.C.B. (by Richard A. Preston); plus book reviews and regular features. Spine lightly browned, penned name, else very good. 15.00

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12198 CRAIG, Gerald M. United States and Canada. US no dj
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1968, 
CRAIG, Gerald M. The United States and Canada. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1968. Pp (8),[1]-376. Index. Endpaper maps. 8vo, blue clothspine, light brown cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. In The American Foreign Policy Library series. Contents : I. Introductory: Sharing a Continent. 1. Northern Miracle? II. Neighbor to the North. 2. The Land. 3. The People. 4. The Political System. 5. Economic Life. III. The Past: How Canada Survived in North America. 6. French and English Colonies, to 1760. 7. Revolution and Separation, 1760-1783. 8. Wars and Boundaries, 1783-1818. 9. Growing Pains, 1818-1849. 10. Disintegration and Integration, 1849-1873. 11. ATesting Time, 1874-1896. 12. Canada's Century Looming? 1897-1914. 13. War and a New Status, 1914-1931. 14. Depression and Isolation, 1929-1939. 15. War and Cold War, 1939-1949. 16. A Middle Power, 1950-1957. 17. A Troubled Passage, 1957-1967. IV. Canadian Issues and Problems. 18. Economic Policy. 19. Quebec and Canada. 20. A Canadian Identity? V. Canada and the United States. 21. Bilateral Relations. 22. In World Affairs. Appendix: Facts about Canada. Newfoundland and Nova Scotia references in the index. Rubbed, else very good . 20.00

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12199 CRAIG, Helen, comp. New Brunswick Newspaper Directory / Repertoire des Journaux du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1783-1988
Council of Head Librarians of New brunswick, Fredericton, 1989, ISBN:0969028733 
CRAIG, Helen, comp. New Brunswick Newspaper Directory / Repertoire des Journaux du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1783-1988 . Compield by Helen Craig. Editorial Board: Marion Beyea, Muriel Daniel, Sheila Laidlaw & Ian Wilson. Fredericton, NB: Council of Head Librarians of New Brunswick, 1989. Pp. (2),iii-xxiv,(2),1-254,(2), + 10 leaves of plates (mainly sample front pages). 4to, illustrated white card covers. Vg. 35.00

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12200 CRAIG, James Canadian Refractories : A brief historical sketch. signed card covers
Canadian Refractories, 1981, 
CRAIG, James. Canadian Refractories : A brief historical sketch. N. pl.: [Canadian Refractories, ca. 1981?]. Pp. 204 + [8] pp. of photographs. 8vo, white and orange ill. card covers. Small brown stain to rear endpapers, covers slightly rubbed, else vg. Signed by the author on the title page. 75.00

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