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1 Nova Scotian Institute of Science PIERS, Harry MUNRO, Lloyd Alexander JOST, A.C. Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume 16, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926
Nova Scotian Institute of Science/ Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, Halifax, 1927, 
(Nova Scotian Institute of Science). The Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume XVI, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926. (Halifax) : Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, 21st Nov.,1927. Pp (4),[i]-xxxiii,(1),1-206. Illustrated. 8vo, pale blue printed car d covers. Contents : Accidental occurrence in Nova Scotia of the rock ptarmigan (Lagomus rupestris welchi or Lagomus rupestris rupestris) with remarkson the status of Lagomus welchi as a specific name (by Harry Piers, pp 1-8 ). Study of molybdenum blue, its properties and composition (by Lloyd Alexander Munro, pp 9-24). Modification of the procedure for the qualitative separation of the metals of the alkaline earth group (by C.B. Nickerson, pp 25-29). Procedure for the qualitative analysis of the group: magnesium, potassium, sodium (by Harold S. KIng, pp 30-34). On the nature of louisite (apophyllite) (by T.L. Walker, pp 35-37). On a new tungsten (scheelite) deposit at Lower Sackville, Halifax County (by Harry Piers, pp 38-45). The electrical conductivity of calcite (by W.J. Jackson, pp 46-53). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1922 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 54-64). Nova Scotia life table (mortalities of male and female Homo sapiens in 1924) (by A.C. Jost, pp 65-83). Recent changes in the coast line in the county of Kings, Nova Scotia (by Fred J. Churchill, pp 84-86). Modification of the Adam's method of preparing alkyl (methyl) iodides (by Harold S. King, pp 87-91). Coregonus labradoricus, the sault whitefish, an interesting addition to the fresh water fish fauna of Nova Scotia (by Harry Piers, pp 92-95). Oxonium compounds (by Douglas MCintosh, pp 96-103). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1923 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 104-113). The action of aqueous ammonia on mercurous chloride (by Harold S. KIng, pp 115-125). Noes on the occurrence and control of the trematode Gynodactylus, ectoparasite on Fundulus (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 126-131). Study ofsome of the reactions of the whelk Buccinum undatum (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 132-137). Notes on an esker in the interior of Digby county, Nova Scotia ( by D.S. McIntosh, pp 139-141). Notes on the estimation of potassium as potassium platinic chloride (by Margaret McCurdy, pp 142-143). Notes on the divitrification of old glass (by H. Ritchie Chipman, pp 144-146). Examination of some tests for methyl alcohol (by E.W. Todd, pp 147-151). Hydrogen in electrolytic zinc (by W. Roy Elliott, pp 152-154). The negative geotropism ofthe periwinkle (Littorina littorea), a study in littoral ecology (by F. Ro nald Hayes, pp 155-173). On the radium content of some Nova Scotian minerals (common salt, potash salt, felspar, siliceous slate) (by Carl Kenty, pp 174-175). Note on a still for the preparation of pure water (bu Harold S. King, pp 176-177). The removal of carbon-sulphur compounds from coal gas by washing with oil (by K.L. Dawson, pp 178-179). The action of saline catharctics (by N.B. Dreyer, p. 180). The ratio of the electrical units of charge (by George C. Laurence, pp 183-188). Liquid hydrogen sulphide as an ionizingmedium (by H.R. Chipman and D. McIntosh, pp 189-195). Also a few Abstracts . Spine and edges browned, else very good. 50.00

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2 Nova Scotian Institute of Science PIERS, Harry MUNRO, Lloyd Alexander JOST, A.C. Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume 16, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926
Nova Scotian Institute of Science/ Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, Halifax, 1927, 
(Nova Scotian Institute of Science). The Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume XVI, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926. (Halifax) : Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, 21st Nov.,1927. Pp (4),[i]-xxxiii,(1),1-206. Illustrated. 8vo, pale blue printed car d covers. Contents : Accidental occurrence in Nova Scotia of the rock ptarmigan (Lagomus rupestris welchi or Lagomus rupestris rupestris) with remarkson the status of Lagomus welchi as a specific name (by Harry Piers, pp 1-8 ). Study of molybdenum blue, its properties and composition (by Lloyd Alexander Munro, pp 9-24). Modification of the procedure for the qualitative separation of the metals of the alkaline earth group (by C.B. Nickerson, pp 25-29). Procedure for the qualitative analysis of the group: magnesium, potassium, sodium (by Harold S. KIng, pp 30-34). On the nature of louisite (apophyllite) (by T.L. Walker, pp 35-37). On a new tungsten (scheelite) deposit at Lower Sackville, Halifax County (by Harry Piers, pp 38-45). The electrical conductivity of calcite (by W.J. Jackson, pp 46-53). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1922 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 54-64). Nova Scotia life table (mortalities of male and female Homo sapiens in 1924) (by A.C. Jost, pp 65-83). Recent changes in the coast line in the county of Kings, Nova Scotia (by Fred J. Churchill, pp 84-86). Modification of the Adam's method of preparing alkyl (methyl) iodides (by Harold S. King, pp 87-91). Coregonus labradoricus, the sault whitefish, an interesting addition to the fresh water fish fauna of Nova Scotia (by Harry Piers, pp 92-95). Oxonium compounds (by Douglas MCintosh, pp 96-103). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1923 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 104-113). The action of aqueous ammonia on mercurous chloride (by Harold S. KIng, pp 115-125). Noes on the occurrence and control of the trematode Gynodactylus, ectoparasite on Fundulus (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 126-131). Study ofsome of the reactions of the whelk Buccinum undatum (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 132-137). Notes on an esker in the interior of Digby county, Nova Scotia ( by D.S. McIntosh, pp 139-141). Notes on the estimation of potassium as potassium platinic chloride (by Margaret McCurdy, pp 142-143). Notes on the divitrification of old glass (by H. Ritchie Chipman, pp 144-146). Examination of some tests for methyl alcohol (by E.W. Todd, pp 147-151). Hydrogen in electrolytic zinc (by W. Roy Elliott, pp 152-154). The negative geotropism ofthe periwinkle (Littorina littorea), a study in littoral ecology (by F. Ro nald Hayes, pp 155-173). On the radium content of some Nova Scotian minerals (common salt, potash salt, felspar, siliceous slate) (by Carl Kenty, pp 174-175). Note on a still for the preparation of pure water (bu Harold S. King, pp 176-177). The removal of carbon-sulphur compounds from coal gas by washing with oil (by K.L. Dawson, pp 178-179). The action of saline catharctics (by N.B. Dreyer, p. 180). The ratio of the electrical units of charge (by George C. Laurence, pp 183-188). Liquid hydrogen sulphide as an ionizingmedium (by H.R. Chipman and D. McIntosh, pp 189-195). Also a few Abstracts . Never opened still in its original mailing wrapper. Browning and tears to mailing wrapper, else a very good copy. 40.00

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3 Nova Scotian Institute of Science PIERS, Harry MUNRO, Lloyd Alexander JOST, A.C. Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume 16, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926
Nova Scotian Institute of Science/ Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, Halifax, 1927, 
(Nova Scotian Institute of Science). The Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume XVI, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926. (Halifax) : Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, 21st Nov.,1927. Pp (4),[i]-xxxiii,(1),1-206. Illustrated. 8vo, pale blue printed car d covers. Contents : Accidental occurrence in Nova Scotia of the rock ptarmigan (Lagomus rupestris welchi or Lagomus rupestris rupestris) with remarkson the status of Lagomus welchi as a specific name (by Harry Piers, pp 1-8 ). Study of molybdenum blue, its properties and composition (by Lloyd Alexander Munro, pp 9-24). Modification of the procedure for the qualitative separation of the metals of the alkaline earth group (by C.B. Nickerson, pp 25-29). Procedure for the qualitative analysis of the group: magnesium, potassium, sodium (by Harold S. KIng, pp 30-34). On the nature of louisite (apophyllite) (by T.L. Walker, pp 35-37). On a new tungsten (scheelite) deposit at Lower Sackville, Halifax County (by Harry Piers, pp 38-45). The electrical conductivity of calcite (by W.J. Jackson, pp 46-53). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1922 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 54-64). Nova Scotia life table (mortalities of male and female Homo sapiens in 1924) (by A.C. Jost, pp 65-83). Recent changes in the coast line in the county of Kings, Nova Scotia (by Fred J. Churchill, pp 84-86). Modification of the Adam's method of preparing alkyl (methyl) iodides (by Harold S. King, pp 87-91). Coregonus labradoricus, the sault whitefish, an interesting addition to the fresh water fish fauna of Nova Scotia (by Harry Piers, pp 92-95). Oxonium compounds (by Douglas MCintosh, pp 96-103). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1923 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 104-113). The action of aqueous ammonia on mercurous chloride (by Harold S. KIng, pp 115-125). Noes on the occurrence and control of the trematode Gynodactylus, ectoparasite on Fundulus (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 126-131). Study ofsome of the reactions of the whelk Buccinum undatum (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 132-137). Notes on an esker in the interior of Digby county, Nova Scotia ( by D.S. McIntosh, pp 139-141). Notes on the estimation of potassium as potassium platinic chloride (by Margaret McCurdy, pp 142-143). Notes on the divitrification of old glass (by H. Ritchie Chipman, pp 144-146). Examination of some tests for methyl alcohol (by E.W. Todd, pp 147-151). Hydrogen in electrolytic zinc (by W. Roy Elliott, pp 152-154). The negative geotropism ofthe periwinkle (Littorina littorea), a study in littoral ecology (by F. Ro nald Hayes, pp 155-173). On the radium content of some Nova Scotian minerals (common salt, potash salt, felspar, siliceous slate) (by Carl Kenty, pp 174-175). Note on a still for the preparation of pure water (bu Harold S. King, pp 176-177). The removal of carbon-sulphur compounds from coal gas by washing with oil (by K.L. Dawson, pp 178-179). The action of saline catharctics (by N.B. Dreyer, p. 180). The ratio of the electrical units of charge (by George C. Laurence, pp 183-188). Liquid hydrogen sulphide as an ionizingmedium (by H.R. Chipman and D. McIntosh, pp 189-195). Also a few Abstracts . Lacking rear wrapper and top corner of front wrapper, spine and most of front wrapper browned, internally good. 30.00

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4 Nova Scotian Institute of Science PIERS, Harry MUNRO, Lloyd Alexander JOST, A.C. Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume 16, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926
Nova Scotian Institute of Science/ Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, Halifax, 1927, 
(Nova Scotian Institute of Science). The Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Volume XVI, Parts 1-2-3-4, 1922-1926. (Halifax) : Printed for the Institute by The Ross Print Limited, 21st Nov.,1927. Pp (4),[i]-xxxiii,(1),1-206. Illustrated. 8vo, pale blue printed car d covers. Contents : Accidental occurrence in Nova Scotia of the rock ptarmigan (Lagomus rupestris welchi or Lagomus rupestris rupestris) with remarkson the status of Lagomus welchi as a specific name (by Harry Piers, pp 1-8 ). Study of molybdenum blue, its properties and composition (by Lloyd Alexander Munro, pp 9-24). Modification of the procedure for the qualitative separation of the metals of the alkaline earth group (by C.B. Nickerson, pp 25-29). Procedure for the qualitative analysis of the group: magnesium, potassium, sodium (by Harold S. KIng, pp 30-34). On the nature of louisite (apophyllite) (by T.L. Walker, pp 35-37). On a new tungsten (scheelite) deposit at Lower Sackville, Halifax County (by Harry Piers, pp 38-45). The electrical conductivity of calcite (by W.J. Jackson, pp 46-53). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1922 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 54-64). Nova Scotia life table (mortalities of male and female Homo sapiens in 1924) (by A.C. Jost, pp 65-83). Recent changes in the coast line in the county of Kings, Nova Scotia (by Fred J. Churchill, pp 84-86). Modification of the Adam's method of preparing alkyl (methyl) iodides (by Harold S. King, pp 87-91). Coregonus labradoricus, the sault whitefish, an interesting addition to the fresh water fish fauna of Nova Scotia (by Harry Piers, pp 92-95). Oxonium compounds (by Douglas MCintosh, pp 96-103). The phenology of Nova Scotia 1923 (by A.H. MacKay, pp 104-113). The action of aqueous ammonia on mercurous chloride (by Harold S. KIng, pp 115-125). Noes on the occurrence and control of the trematode Gynodactylus, ectoparasite on Fundulus (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 126-131). Study ofsome of the reactions of the whelk Buccinum undatum (by J.N. Gowanloch, pp 132-137). Notes on an esker in the interior of Digby county, Nova Scotia ( by D.S. McIntosh, pp 139-141). Notes on the estimation of potassium as potassium platinic chloride (by Margaret McCurdy, pp 142-143). Notes on the divitrification of old glass (by H. Ritchie Chipman, pp 144-146). Examination of some tests for methyl alcohol (by E.W. Todd, pp 147-151). Hydrogen in electrolytic zinc (by W. Roy Elliott, pp 152-154). The negative geotropism ofthe periwinkle (Littorina littorea), a study in littoral ecology (by F. Ro nald Hayes, pp 155-173). On the radium content of some Nova Scotian minerals (common salt, potash salt, felspar, siliceous slate) (by Carl Kenty, pp 174-175). Note on a still for the preparation of pure water (bu Harold S. King, pp 176-177). The removal of carbon-sulphur compounds from coal gas by washing with oil (by K.L. Dawson, pp 178-179). The action of saline catharctics (by N.B. Dreyer, p. 180). The ratio of the electrical units of charge (by George C. Laurence, pp 183-188). Liquid hydrogen sulphide as an ionizingmedium (by H.R. Chipman and D. McIntosh, pp 189-195). Also a few Abstracts . Spine, edges and endpapers browned, name, else very good. 50.00

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