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1 Bathurst Power and Paper Company Limited) Bathurst Power and Paper Company Limited Annual Report 1959
1960, 
(Bathurst Power and Paper Company Limited). Bathurst Power and Paper Company Limited Annual Report 1959. N. pl.: n. p., [1960]. Pp. 16. 4to, stapled white ill. car covers. From the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders March28th, 1960. Small inked notation to front, else vg. 10.00

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2 Bathurst Cent Ans d'Histoire 1881-1981 : Paroisse Cathιdrale du Sacrι-Coeur, Bathurst, N.-B. / A Century of History 1881-1981 : Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish, Bathurst, N.B.
Imprimerie du Nord, Caraquet, 1981, 
(Bathurst). Cent Ans d'Histoire 1881-1981 : Paroisse Cathιdrale du Sacrι-Coeur, Bathurst, N.-B. / A Century of History 1881-1981 : Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish, Bathurst, N.B. (Caraquet : Imprimerie du Nord, 1981). Pp (2),1-32,(2),1-32. Illustrated. Bilingual text. 8vo, card covers. Very good. 15.00

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3 BATHURST, Henry THOMPSON, Neville Earl Bathurst and the British Empire 1762-1834
Leo Cooper, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, 1999, ISBN:0850526450 
THOMPSON, Neville. Earl Bathurst and the British Empire 1762-1834. (Barnsley, South Yorkshire): Leo Cooper, (1999). First Edition. Pp [i]-xii,1-308,+ 8 pp plates. Map. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. A biography of Henry Bathurst, 3rd Earl Bathurst (1762-1834), who was greatly influential in the establishment and consolidation of the British Empire, and wasa friend of the Duke of Wellington and the Prince Regent. . "Professor Tho mpson has written an absorbing and long overdue biography of a great and good statesman whose true contribution and influence have been woefully unacknowledged for too long. His correspondence throwing new light on the momentous years between 1807 and 1827." Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 25.00

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4 Nova Scotia - Journal of Education DeWOLFE, L.A. BATHURST, Effie G. SHIPLEY, C. Morton Journal of Education. December 1948 Fourth Series, Vol. 19. No. 4. Total No. 289
King's Printer, Halifax , 1948, 
(Nova Scotia – Journal of Education). Journal of Education. December 1948 [Fourth Series, Vol. XIX. No. 4 (Total No. 289)]. Halifax, N.S.: King's Printer, 1948. Pp (5),366-506,(2) including covers. 8vo, printed white stapled wrappers. Contents : Johnny Delinquent – Whose Responsibility?; Up the Ladder (by C. Morton Shipley); How Do You Know a Good Teacher? (by Dorothy McCuskey); The Teacher in the Community; Escape and Mental Health (bu Wm. ClarkTrow); The Teacher's Role (by A.L. Hutchinson); Children's Problems; Consu mer Experiences of Country Children (by Effie G. Bathurst); Junior Red Cross and Good World Citizenship (by Elizabeth O.R. Browne); A New Look or a New Outlook (by L.A. DeWolfe); History and the Reader (by G.M. Trevelyan); What Should School-Leavres Know?; Headmasters Athletic Committee; A Survey ofReading Ability in Nova Scotia Schools; Parade for Death (by K.J. Partingt on); Novascotiana XVI (I. Doctor Gesner; II. Gesner's Museum; III. Some Readers Used in the Schools of Nova Scotia since Confederation); They''ll Be Snug Under Snow (by J.N. Bird); plus other miscellaneous items and poems. Foxing to lower margin of front cover, rubbed, waterstain to back cover, elsegood. 25.00

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5 BATHURST, Bella STEVENSON, Robert Louis. Lighthouse Stevensons: The extraordinary story of the building of the Scottish lighthouses by the ancestors of Robert Louis Stevenson First British Edition in dustjacket
HarperCollins, London, 1999, ISBN:0002570068 
BATHURST, Bella. The Lighthouse Stevensons : The extraordinary story of thebuilding of the Scottish lighthouses by the ancestors of Robert Louis Stev enson. (London): HarperCollins, (1999). First UK Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xx,1-284, + 16 p. of black and white sketches of lighthouses. 8vo, blue cloth with silver lettering to spine. "Robert fought foul weather and opposition tobuild the Bell Rock light near Arbroath. his eldest son, Alan, designed Sk erryvore, considered 'the most beautiful lighthouse in the world'. David Stevenson was responsible for the light at Muckle Flugga, Scotland's northernmost point, and Thomas Stevenson for Dhu Heartach, immortalised in Kidnapped. In all, the family designed and built ninety-seven lights speckled around the Scottish coast." -from the dj. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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6 BATHURST, Norm. Misadventures of Mercator One.
Norm Bathurst Productions Ltd., 1978, 
BATHURST, Norm. The Misadventures of Mercator One. Photos by Mercator crew and Norm Bathurst. Cartoons drawn by Doug Scott. N.pl.: Norm Bathurst Productions Ltd., May 1978. First Edition. Pp (40). Illustrated. Oblong small 8vo, illustrated red stapled card covers. A humourous photo and cartoon book about the Mercator One. “Regina Maris, 5813 GRT, Loa 118m, 276 passengers :Lubeck Line's Regina Maris was built in 1966 especially for cruising in re mote areas. She quickly established a very high reputation for her cruises in Northern Europe. In 1976 she was sold to a Canadian firm and renamed Mercator One, but spent most of her time in lay up. Deilmann bought her in 1979 and she became the Frankfurt One. After a refit she was renamed back to Regina Maris. Deilmann operated her for several years as a cruise ship before the advent of newer vessels such as Berlin and later Deutschland. She wassuddenly sold to shipping tycoon Latsis and renamed Alexander in 1984. Lat sis converted her to a private yacht (only 12 passengers....) and invited the Saudi Royal Family, Prince Charles and Lady Di, President Bush Sr. to sail in her. She is currently on the yacht charter market.” from CruiseShipOdyssey's website. A nice, tight, bright copy. 25.00

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7 BATHURST, Charles, Hon. and Rev Notes on Nets. ex-lib.
John Van Voorst, 1837, 
BATHURST, Charles, Hon. and Rev. Notes on Nets ; or, The Quincunx Practically Considered to which are added Miscellaneous Memoranda. L: John Van Voorst, [1837]. Pp 183, 8 leaves plates. Small 8vo, half red calf, marbled boards and endpapers, t.e.g.
A humane treatise on the making and use of fishing nets, much in the spirit of Walton's Compleat Angler. Studded throughout with illuminating and apt illustrations culled from the extent of literature ancient and modern, from Virgil to Dr Johnson.
One of the earliest books on the subject in English.
Ex-library (blindstamp, with the bookplates of Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History and of the "Bibliotheca Piscatoria" of Robert Clarke), rubbed with wear to edges and front corners, one inch tear to bottom of ffep, nick to corner of one plate, chip to corner of final two leaves, a few occasional spots of foxing, else vg. A handsome little volume. 375.00

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8 COLLYNS, Charles Palk BATHURST, L.J., ed. CALDWELL, E. Notes on the Chase of the Wild Red Deer in the Counties of Devon and Somerset with an appendix descriptive of remarkable runs and incidents connectedwith the chase from the year 1780 to the year 1860. Limited Edition.
Lawrence and Bullen, Ltd., London, 1902, 
COLLYNS, Charles Palk. Notes on the Chase of the Wild Red Deer in the Counties of Devon and Somerset with an appendix descriptive of remarkable runs and incidents connected with the chase from the year 1780 to the year 1860. Edited by the Hon. L.J. Bathurst. Illustrated by E. Caldwell. London : Lawrence and Bullen, Ltd., 1902. Pp (6),[vii]-xxviii,[1]-307,(1),frontispiece +7 plates. Also, 27 tipped-in text illustrations. Large 8vo, vellum spine, red cloth boards, t.e.g. Limited edition, this being No.235 of 250 copies. 1. Hunting in the olden time — The Antiquity of Wild Deer Hunting in Devon and Somerset — Hounds kept at Simonsbath, in the forest of Exmoor, in the time of Queen Elizabeth — An Account and Notices of the Packs down to the Year 1825 — Description of the Old Staghounds — Sale of the Hounds, and discontinuance of the Hunting. 2. Of the Red Deer — The Stag — Hind and Calf — The Stag, the noblest of the Beasts of the Forest — Distinguishing Names of Dee r— Shedding Horns — Growth of Horns — Irregular Heads, and Causes thereof — Instances — Cunning of the Stag. 3. Of the Red Deer continued, and herein of the Hind and Calf — Periods of Gestation — Anecdotes — Habits of Deer — Fondness for Water — Their Sagacity and Fierceness when pursued — Womankilled by a Stag. 4. The Seasons for Hunting the Stag — Those for Hunting the Hind — Exercise and Discipline to prevent Riot — The Harbourer : his Qualifications and Duties — 'Tufting' described; the object of it — Notice ofseveral of the Huntsmen and Whippers-in of the Staghounds up to the time o f the Sale of the Pack in 1825. 5. A few words as to the Old Staghounds — Wild Deer Hunting in Devon and Somerset since the sale of the Old Staghoundsin 1825 — Destruction of Deer — Revival of Hunting — The different Packs k ept since 1825 to the Present Time — Exmoor and the surrounding Country nowthe chief place of Resort of the Deer. 6. A Description of a Chase over Ex moor — Intended to illustrate different Incidents commonly met with in a run with a Deer. 7. Deer formerly found in South Devon and Cornwall, at Bagshot, and in the New Forest — Now Exterminated — Answers to objections to hunting Deer in Autumn — A few words on Scent — Exmoor Ponies — Poaching — Caution against encouragement of the Poacher — Heads of Deer preserved at the Residences of Masters of Staghounds. 8. Anecdotes and Incidents connected with Deer- hunting — Deer driven to Sea and carried away by Crews of TradingVessels — Deaths of Deer by leaping over Cliffs — Remarks on hunting 'Cart ed" Deer — Powers of Endurance of the Wild Deer as compared with the ' Stall-fed ' Deer — Conclusion. Some wear to covers, endpapers foxed, else very good. With the armorial bookplate of Harry Hamilton Hinshaw, with a gift inscription to him. 250.00

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9 Bathurst Power & Paper Company Limited) Welcome to the Mills
Bathurst Power & Paper Company Limited, Bathurst, N.B., 1960, 
Bathurst Power & Paper Company Limited). Welcome to the Mills. (Bathurst, N.B.: Bathurst Power & Paper Company Limited), n.d. [1960]. Pp (16). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated tan and green stapled card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Long and Varied History; Two Pulp Mills in 1915; Wood is the Basic Material; Semi-Chemical Mill; Kraft and Suilphite Mills; Four Paper Machines; Liner and Corrugating Boards; Finishing and Shipping; Serviece Departments; Woodlands Operations; 1907-1960 The Bathurst Story; Conclusion. Penned date, surface tear to back cover, else very good. 20.00

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10 CHURCHILL, Winston). HIGGINS, Maria S. Naval War College Review Volume XXV, Number 3/Sequence Number 252 November-GADDIS, John L. BATHURST, Robert B. Winston S. Churchill's Legacy to the Royal Navy, 1911-1915.
Naval War College Review, 1974, 
(CHURCHILL, Winston). HIGGINS, Maria S. "Winston S. Churchill's Legacy to the Royal Navy, 1911-1915." An article in Naval War College Review, Volume XXVII, Number 3/Sequence Number 252 November-December 1974, pp. 67-77. Newport, R.I.: Naval War College Review, 1974. Pp 94. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated beige card covers. Also: "The Cold War: Some Lessons for Policymakers" by Professor John L. Gaddis; "The Patterns of Naval Analysis" by Captain Robert B. Bathurst, U.S. Navy; "The Issues and Costs of the New United StatesNuclear Policy" by Professor Lawrence J. Korb; "The Law of the Sea Confere nce: Issues in Current Negotiations" by Professor Lewis M. Alexander; "Diplomacy and Defense Planning" by Lieutenant Commander John G. Kost, U.S. Navy. Vg. For the issue. 12.00

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11 BATHURST, Bella Wreckers : A Story of Killing Seas and Plundered Shipwrecks, from the 18th Century to the Present Day. 1st UK in dj.
HarperCollins, London, 2005, ISBN:0007170327 
BATHURST, Bella. The Wreckers : A Story of Killing Seas and Plundered Shipwrecks, from the 18th Century to the Present Day . London: HarperCollins, 2005. First UK Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xxiv,(2),1-326, + 16 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "A fine shipwreck has always represented sport, pleasure, treasure, and in many cases the differencebetween living well and just getting by. Though it is the Cornish who beca me most notorious for wrecking, coastal communities throughout Britain regarded the 'sea's bounty' as an impromptu way of providing themselves with everything from grapefruits to grand pianos. Some plunderers were supposed tobe so skilled that they could strip a ship from stem to stern before the C oastguard had left port, some were supposed to lure ships onto the rock with false lights, some simply waited for winter gales to do their work. 'For a fully-laden general cargo vessel to run aground in an accessible positionis more or less like having Selfridges crash-land in your back garden'." - from the dj. Vg in clean, crisp, unclipped dj. 20.00

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12 BATHURST, Bella Wreckers : A Story of Killing Seas and Plundered Shipwrecks, from the 18th Century to the Present Day. 1st US in dj.
Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 2005, ISBN:0618416773 
BATHURST, Bella. The Wreckers : A Story of Killing Seas and Plundered Shipwrecks, from the 18th Century to the Present Day. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2005. First US Printing. Pp. [i]-xxiv,(2),1-326, + 16 p. of plates.Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth spine with grey paper covered boards, gilt let tering to spine. "The secret history of shipwrecks and the predatory scavengers who live off the spoils" is the focus of this interesting piece, focusing on life in small English coastal communities, where many residents eke out a living off the wreckage created by one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, the English Channel. "From all around Britain, Bathurst has uncovered the hidden history of ships and shipwreck victims, from shoreline orgies so frenzied that few participants survived the morning to humble homes fitted with silver candalabra, from coastlines rigged like stage sets to villages where everyone owns identical tennis shoes." - from the dj. Vg in price-clipped dj. 20.00

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13 BATHURST, Bella Wreckers : A Story of Killing Seas, False Lights, and Plundered Ships. pbk.
HarperCollins, London, 2005, ISBN:0007207409 
BATHURST, Bella. The Wreckers: A Story of Killing Seas, False Lights and Plundered Ships. London: HarperCollins, (2005). Pp. (i)-xxiv,[2],1-326, + [16]p. of plates. 8vo, illustrated cream card covers. "A fine shipwreck has always represented sport, pleasure, treasure, and in many cases, the difference between living well and just getting by. From all around Britain Bella Bathurst has uncovered the secret history of wrecking, from beach orgies so wild that few participants survived until morning, to remote cottages fitted with silver candelabra, via cows hung with lanterns to lure unwary ships to ruin and the Cornish reputation for drowning survivors." -from the rear cover. Vertical crease to rear cover, else vg. 10.00

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