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BIDDLE, James, Commodore). BARTLETT, Merrill L. American Neptune 41:1 GIBSON, Charles Dana NEAL, James G. Listings

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1 BIDDLE, James, Commodore). BARTLETT, Merrill L. American Neptune 41:1 GIBSON, Charles Dana NEAL, James G. Commodore James Biddle and the First Naval Mission to Japan, 1845-1846
American Neptune, 1981, 
(BIDDLE, James, Commodore). BARTLETT, Merrill L. "Commodore James Biddle and the First Naval Mission to Japan, 1845-1846." An article in The American Neptune: A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History, Vol.41, No.1, January 1981, pp.25-35. Also, James G. Neal's "The American Merchant Marine Library Association: The First Decade of Its Development, 1921-1930" (pp.5-24) ; Charles Dana Gibson's "History of the Swordfishery of the Northwestern Atlantic" (pp. 36-65, + 4 p of photos). Library stamp, else vg. For the issue. 8.00

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2 GIBSON, Charles, Robert G. BLACKMAN, and John R.W. TAYLOR BLACKMAN, Robert G. TAYLOR, John R.W. Eagle Book of Britain's Fighting Services
Longacre Press, London, 1962, 
GIBSON, Charles, Robert G. BLACKMAN, and John R.W. TAYLOR. Eagle Book of Britain's Fighting Services. [The Royal Navy section of Britain's Fighting Services was written by Charles Gibson, the Army section by Robert G. Blackman and the Royal Air Force section by John R.W. Taylor]. London : Longacre Press, (1962). Pp. [1]-192. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, pale blue clothwith dark blue lettering to spine. Light browning near spine, gift inscrip tion, else very good. 30.00

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3 BRUCE, Charles. GIBSON, Wilfrid, intro. Grey Ship Moving. First Edition no dustjacket.
Ryerson Press , Toronto / London , 1945, 
BRUCE, Charles. Grey Ship Moving. Introduction by Wilfrid Gibson. Toronto :The Ryerson Press, (November,1945). First Canadian Edition. Pp. 34. 8vo, g rey paper covered boards. Watters p.27, Laugher p 63. "This collection of poems by a well-known Canadian includes "Personal Note" and a score of otherlyrics and sonnets, ihe title poem,"Grey Ship Moving," is a magnificent st ory, treated trom the personal angle, of a troopship passage across the Atlantic." - from the dj (not present). "Grey Ship Moving" (pp.1-12), "1945", "For All Who Remember", " Words Are Never Enough", "Immediates", "Alternates", "Tidehead", "An Ear to the Ground", "Escape", "Ma'sh Hay", "Green Christmas", "Return and Introduction", "Finds Former Poet in Editor's Chair", "Fisherman's Son", and "Personal Note". Light edgebrowning to boards, four characters inked to head of spine, small bump to tail of rear board, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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4 GIBSON, Charles Dana, II Ordeal of Convoy NY 119. in dj
South Street Seaport, 1973, 
GIBSON, Charles Dana, II. The Ordeal of Convoy NY 119 : A detailed accounting of one of the strangest World War II convoys ever to cross the North Atlantic. N.Y.: South Street Seaport Museum, (1973). Pp 178. Illustrated. 4to, blue cloth. Privately printed in an edition of 2000 copies. Law 0267. "The Ordeal of Convoy NY 119 is the history of a convoy of sea-going tugs, harbor tugs, yard tankers, and barges which were owned and operated by the United States Army and which left New York Harbor in September of 1944 bound for the war zones of northern Europe. After thirty arduous days, the vessels of Convoy NY 119 reached the safety of an English port - at least what was left of them." - from the dj. Vg in slightly chipped dj. 70.00

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5 GIBSON, Charles Dana, with E. Kay GIBSON. Over Seas : U.S. Army Maritime Operations, 1898 Through the Fall of the Philippines.
Ensign Press, Camden, Maine , 2002, ISBN:0960899669 
GIBSON, Charles Dana, with E. Kay GIBSON. Over Seas : U.S. Army Maritime Operations, 1898 Through the Fall of the Philippines. Camden, Maine : Ensign Press, (2002). First Edition. Pp [i]-xvii,(1),[1]-474,(4). Illustrated. Index. 4to, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “The scope of Over Seas encompasses the Spanish-American War; the subjugation and follow-up pacification of the Philippines (1899-1913); American military operations in China (1900-1901); the expeditions involving Mexico (1914-1916); World War I and itstroubled aftermath; and America's too little,, too late defense of the Phi lippines (1937-1942). [...] Over Seas focuses on the successes as well as the problems with America's military movements by sea as conducted in large part by the Army's own shipping agency, the Army Transport Service, augmented by American and foreign commercial shipping.” - from the dj. Very good in slightly nicked dustjacket. 50.00

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6 SHERRINGTON, Charles Scott, Sir). ECCLES, John C. And William C. GIBSON Sherrington : His Life and Thought. First Edition in dustjacket
Springer International, New York, 1979, ISBN:0387090630 1979 0387090630 / 9780387090634 
(SHERRINGTON, Charles Scott, Sir). ECCLES, John C. and William C. GIBSON. Sherrington : His Life and Thought. (New York) : Springer International, 1979. First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xv,(1),[1]-269,(3), including colour frontispiece. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, white lettering to front board and spine.

Sir Charles Scott Sherrington (b. November 27, 1867, Islington, London - d. Marcvh 2, 1952, Eastbourne, Sussex) was an English neurophysiologist, histologist, bacteriologist, and pathologist, president of the Royal Society in the early 1920s, and co-winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1932.

Sir John Carew Eccles, AC FRS FRACP FRSNZ FAA[4] (b. January 27, 1903, Melbourne, Australia – d. May 2, 1997, Tenero-Contra, Switzerland) was an Australian neurophysiologist and philosopher.

William Carleton Gibson, C.M., M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.P.(C.) (b. September 4, 1913, Ottawa - d. July 4, 2009, Victoria, British Columbia) Canadian neurologist and scholar.

"Although several studies have been published on Sherrington's work, until now none has dealt in depth with the man and his world. Sir John Eccles and Prof. William C. Gibson chronicle Sherrington's life from his undergraduate days at Cambridge to the Brown Institution in London, the University of Liverpool, Oxford, and finally his election to the Presidency of the Royal Society and his receipt of the Nobel Prize.

The authors draw on Sherrington's voluminous correspondence, on little known papers, speeches and poems, on his Gifford Lectures (1937-19380 and his superb biography of Jean Fernal (which he published at the age of 89). The result is a rigorous appraisal of Sherrington's philosophy and a portrait of the man as compelling as it is complete. This work will remain the definitive biography for many years to come." - from the dj.

Chapters :
1. The Early Years;
2. The Liverpool Professor;
3. Oxford 1914-1920;
4. The Years of the Presidency of the Royal Society 1920-1925;
5. The Last Decade at Oxford 1925-1935;
6. Major Correspondents in His Later Years (Oxford and Thereafter);
7. Sherrington - The Philosopher of the Nervous System;
8. Books and the Man;
9. Sherrington the Poet;
10. Public Service;
11. The Final Philosophical Messages.
Epilogue.


Appendices
1. C.S. Sherrington on Longfellow;
2. Extracts from Marginalia on Cambridge and London, c. 1880;
3. Grindelwald in Winter, 1887;
4. A Memorial of Ramon y Cajal, 1949;
5. Address on Medical Science;
6. Letter to Henry Head re W.H. Gaskell, 1918;
7. Osler at Oxford [Sir William Osler, pp.210-213, including "Love of Rare Books" with this : "A well-known bookseller in London used to say that he attributed to Osler's influence no small share in the increased antiquarian interest taken in early printed books on both sides of the Atlantic."];
8. Some aspects of Animal Mechanism;
9. Speech at the Reception of the Delegates to the Tercentenary Celebration of William Harvey's "De Motu Cordis";
10. Remarks at the Centenary Ceremonies of the Zoological Society (London, 1929);
11. Editorial Note by Professor Samson Wright and "Foreword to 1947 Edition by Sir Charles Sherrington;
12. Some Gifts to the British Museum;
13. Co-Operative Medical Library Service in London;
14. Introductory Broadcast for B.B.C. on "The Physical Basis of Mind";
15. Honorary Degrees, Fellowships and Memorials;
16. Last Entry in Who's Who, 1952;
17. Memories of C.E.R. Sherrington.
With index.

A few pen marks on 3 pages, light wear to bottom edge of boards, else very good in nicked dustjacket. 50.00


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7 GIBSON, Charles Wandering Beauties : The Story of Sail. UK in dj.
Abelard-Schuman, 1960, 
GIBSON, Charles. Wandering Beauties : The Story of Sail. L./N.Y./Tor.: Abelard-Schuman, (1960). Pp 205. Illustrated. 8vo, pale green cloth. Contents :Fleets of the Pharaohs; Greek Galleys and Phoenician Traders; Grain Ships from Egypt; The Vikings; Sailing Close-hauled; Wine, Wool and Pirates; The Great Navigations; The Sailing Warship; More Sails but fewer Guns; Enter the United States of America; The Yankee Clippers; Junks, Opium, Pirates and Typhoons; The Tea Clippers; Triumph and Tragedy; Sailing for Pleasure. Vg in edgeworn, price-clipped dj. 20.00

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