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1 LYELL, Charles Geological Evidences of The Antiquity of Man : with remarks on theories TheOrigin of Species by Variation
Geroge W. Childs, Philadelphia, 1863, 1863 
LYELL, Charles. The Geological Evidences of The Antiquity of Man : with remarks on theories The Origin of Species by Variation. Illustrated by woodcuts. Philadelphia : George W. Childs, 1863. Pp (4),iii-x,1-518,(2), frontispiece + one plate. Text Illustrations. Index. 8vo, dark green cloth with blindstamped borders to boards and gilt fossils to front board and gilt lettering to spine.

Contents :
1. Introduction.
2. Recent Period - Danish Peat and Shell Mounds - Swiss Lake-Dwellings.
3. Fossil Human Remains and Works of Art of the Recent Period.
4. Post-Pliocene Period, Bones of Man and Extinct Mammalia in Belgian Caverns.
5. Post-Pliocene Period, Fossil Human Skulls of the Neanderthal and Engin Caves.
6. Post-Pliocene Alluvium and Cave Deposits with Flint Implements.
7. Peat and Post-Pliocene Alluvium of the Valley of the Somme.
8. Post-Pliocene Alluvium with Flint Implements of the Valley of the Somme - Concluded.
9. Works of Art in Post-Pilocene Alluvium of France and England.
10. Cavern Deposits, and Place of Sepulture of the Post-Pliocene Period.
11. Age of Human Fossils of Le Puy in Central France and of Natchez on the Mississippi, Discussed.
12. Antiquity of Man Relatively to the Glacial Period and to the Existing Fauna and Flora. 13. Chronological Relations of the Glacial Period and the Earliest Signs of Man's Appearance in Europe.
14. Chronological Relations of the Glacial Period and the Earliest Sign's of Man's Appearance in Europe - Continued.
15. Extinct Glaciers of the Alps, and Their Chronological Relations to the Human Period.
16. Human Remains in the Loessm and Their Probable Age.
17. Post-Glacial Dislocations and Foldings of Cretaceous and Drift Strata in the Island of Moen, in Denmark.
18. The Glacial Period in North America.
19. Recapitulation of Geological Proofs of Man's Antiquity.
20. Theories of Progression and Transmutation.
21. On the Origin of Species by Variation and Natural Selection.
22. Objections to the Hyothesis of Transmutation Considered.
23. Origin and Development of Languages and Species Compared.
24. Bearing of the Doctrine of Transmutation of the Origin of Man, and His Place in the Creation.

Respined in green cloth with original spine laid on, new endpapers, else very good. 500.00



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2 LYELL, Charles Manual of Elementary Geology: or, the Ancient Changes of the Earth and its Inhabitants, as illustrated by Geological Monuments
D. Appleton & Co., 1854, 
LYELL, Charles. A Manual of Elementary Geology: or, the Ancient Changes of the Earth and its Inhabitants, as illustrated by Geological Monuments. NY: D. Appleton & Co., 1854. Reprinted from the Fourth and Entirely Revised Edition. Pp. (4), [v]-xxxii, 1-512. Illustrated with 500 woodcuts. Frontis with tissue guard. 8vo, black quarter calf with gilt titles, black cloth covered boards. Spine reads Nova Scotia School Library.. Spine well worn, corners bumped, small chip to lower front board, endpapers browned, a few smudgesto the title page, internally very good. 100.00

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3 CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.) HIND, Henry Youle) PERKINS, Simeon) LYELL, Charles) Nova Scotia : A Traveller's Companion : Over 300 Years of Travel Writing. First Edition
Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, NS, 2005, ISBN:1895900727 
CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.). Nova Scotia : A Traveller's Companion : Over 300 Years of Travel Writing . Edited by Lesley Choyce. Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada : Pottersfield Press, (2005). First Edition. Pp. (6),7-224. 8vo, map-illustrated cardcovers with brown spine. Includes the following travel and exploratory accounts of Nova Scotia (dating back to the settlement of Port Royal in 1605): Samuel de Champlain's "The Origin of Port Royal", Mark Lescarbot's "The Order of Good Cheer", Nicolas Denys's "A Descritpion [sic] of Canso & Chedabucto Bay", Jacob Bailey's "Arriving in the Northern Capital", Simeon Perkins's "Notes from a Life in Liverpool", Lieutenant W. Booth's "Arrival in Spanish River", Lieutenant William Dyott's "Observations of Sydney", an unknown author's "Fifty Hovels at Spanish River", Father Vincent DePaul's "Left Behind in Halifax", Joseph Howe's "To Antigonish and Beyond", Charles Dickens's "An Englishman's View of Halifax", Richard Henry Dana Jr.'s "A Girl of the Street in Halifax", Sir Charles Lyell's "A Geologist's Tour of the Province", Lieutenant B.W.A. Sleigh's "The Hospitality of Cape Breton", Elizabeth Frame's "East of Halifax", Rev. Richard John Uniacke's "Wild Animals of Cape Breton", Henry Youle Hind's "Some Observations ofan Eastern Land", Charles Dudley Warner's "Baddeck, and That Sort of Thing ", Agnes Helen Lockhart's "Gems from Scotia's Crown", Ruth Kedzie Wood's "Yarmouth's Excuse", Charles Hanson Towne's "Ambling Through Parrsboro and Five Islands", Archibald MacMechan's "The Singularity of the Province", FrankOliver Call's "The Spell of Acadia", George Nestler Tricoche's "Annapolis Valley: The Realm of the Apple", T. Morris Longstreth's "The Cabot Trail", William C. (Bill) Borrett's "Place Names of Nova Scotia", and Arthur C. Walworth's "Cape Breton, Isle of Romance: The Cities". Very good. 12.50

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