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1 DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (ed.) Constitutional Issues in Canada 1900-1931
Oxford, London, 1933, 
DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (ed.). Constitutional Issues in Canada 1900-1931.London : Oxford University Press, 1933. Pp (6),[vii]-xvi,(2),[3]-482,(2). 8vo, navy cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Rhodenizer p.207. Not in Watters.Robert MacGregor Dawson (b. March 1, 1895, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia - d. J uly 16, 1958, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia). Some marking, mostly pencil, else a very good, bright copy. 35.00

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2 DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (ed.). Development of Dominion Status 1900-1936. First Edition
Oxford University Press, London / New York / Toronto, 1937, 
DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (ed.). The Development of Dominion Status 1900-1936. London / New York / Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1937. First Edition. Pp (2),[i]-xiv,[1]-466,(2). 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine,top edge dyed black. Robert MacGregor Dawson (b. March 1, 1895, Bridgewate r, Nova Scotia - d. July 16, 1958, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia). Contents : Part I : Introduction - The Development of Dominion Status 1900-36. Part II :Formal and Informal Documents. Section I: The Period Before the War, 1900- 14. Section II: The War and the Peace Treaty, 1914-20. Section III: The Period of Tentative Centralization 1920-2. Section IV: The Period of Decentralization, 1922-6. Section V: The Period of Equal Status, 1926-36. Index FullTable of Contents : Part I: Introduction. The Development of Dominon Statu s, 1900-36. I. The Period before the War, 1900-14. II. The War and the Peace Treaty, 1914-20. III. The Period of Tentative Centralization, 1920-2. IV.The Period of Decentralization, 1922-6. V. The Period of Equal Status, 192 6-36. Part II: Forrmal and Infomal Documents. Section I. The Peroid Before the War, 199-14. A. Dominion Attitudes Towads Impeial Affairs. 1. Canada:. (a) Canada and British Wars, Can. H. of C. Debates 1900. (b) The French-Canadian in the British Empire, Henri Bourassa in The Monthly Review, October 1902. (c) Canadian Naval Policy, infra, sub-section. B3(b). 2. Australia: The Australian View, The Round Table, June 1914. 3. South Africa: The Ministerial Crisis in South Africa, The Round Table, March 1913. 4. New Zealand: The New Government in New Zealand, The Round Table, December 1912. B. Imperial Co-operation. 1. Co-operation with the Dominions. (a) 'The Problem of Imperial Defence', The Round Table, May 1911. (b) 'Downing Street', The Round Table, September 1913. 2. The Imperial Conference.. (a) Report of the Imperial Conference, 1907, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1907, Cd. 3523. (b) Reportof the Imperial Conference, 1911, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1911, Cd. 5741. 3. The Committee of Imperial Defence. (a) Dispatch regarding Dominion Repr esentation on the Committee, London Times, 1913. (b) Canadian Naval Policy and the Committee, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1912. Section II. The war and thepeace Treaty, 1914-20. A. Imperial Relation During the War, 1914-18. 1. Re port of Canadian Privy Council on the Requisitioning of Canadian Ships, 1917, P.C. 3189. 2. The Imperial War Cabinet, The Round Table, June 1917. 3. The Imperial War Conferences. (a) Announcement of the Colonial Secretary, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 191. (b) Report of the Imperial War Conference, 1917,Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1917, Cd. 8566. (c) Report of the Imperial War Co nference, 1918, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1918, Cd. 9177. 4. Memorandum of the Dominion Ministers on Empire Naval Defence, 1918, Can. H. of C Debates, 1920. B. The Peace Conference and the Peace Treaty, 1918-20. 1. Correspondence and Documents regarding the Representation of the Dominions at the Peace Conference, Can. Sess. Papers, 1919, No. 41J. 2. Correspondence between Canada and the United Kingdom regarding Ratification of the Peace Treaty, Can. Sess. Papers, 1919, No. 41J. 3. Speech of Sir Robert Borden on the Treaty of Peace with Germany, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1919. 4. Speech of Rt. Hon.W. M. Hughes on the Treaty of Peace with Germany, Aus. H. of R. Debates, 1 919. C. The Formation of the League of Nations, 1919. 1. The League Covenant. 2. Declaration respecting the Interpretation of Article IV of the Covenant, Can. H. of C Debates, 1919. D. The Decision to Appoint a Canadian Minister to the United States, 1920. Announcement by the British Government, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1920. Section III. ThePeroid of Tentative Centraliztion, 1920-2. A. The Comference of Prime Ministers,1921. 1. The Imperial PeaceCabinet, London Times, 1920. 2. Report of the Conference of Prime Minister s, 1921, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1921, Cmd. 1474. 3. Speech of Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen at the Conference, Montreal Gazette, 1921. 4. Statement of Rt.Hon. D. Lloyd George on the Foreign Relations of the Empire, Brit. H. of C . Debates, 1921. 5. Imperial Cabinet or Imperial Conference?, J. W. Dafoe in Manitoba Free Press, 1925. B. The Washington Conference on the Limitationof Armament, 1921-2. 1. Correspondence respecting Dominion Representation at the Conference, Can. Sess. Papers, 1922, No. 47A. 2. Report of Sir Robert Borden, Can. Sess. Papers, 1922, No. 47. 3. Report of Sir John Salmond, N.Z. H. of R. Journals, 1922, Appendix, Vol. I, A-5. C. The Establishment ofthe Irish Free State, 1921. Articles of Agreement between Great Britain an d Ireland, 1921, Brit. Statutes, 12 Geo. V, c. 1. Section IV. ThePeroid of Decentralization, 1922-6. A. The Chanak Incident, 1922. 1. The ' Inquiry' and the Response. (a) The ' Inquiry', London Times, 1922. (b) The Response (1) Montreal Gazette, 1922. (1) Montreal Gazette, 1922. (2) The Government'sReply, Toronto Globe, 1922. (3) Criticism by the Leader of the Opposition, Montreal Gazette, 1922. 2. Newspaper Comment. (a) Montreal Gazette, 1922. (b) Manitoba Free Press, 1922. 3. Account by the Canadian Prime Minister ofthe Chanak Incident, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1923. 4. Chanak, J. W. Dafoe i n Manitoba Free Press, 1925. 5. Australia and Chanak, Aus. H. of R. Debates, 1923. B. The Canadian Effort to Secure Modification of Article X of The League Covenant, 1922-3. Report of the Canadian Delegates to the Fourth Assembly, Can. Sess. Papers, 1924, No. 35. C. The Halibut Fisheries Treaty, 1923. Correspondence regarding the Treaty, Can. Sess. Papers, 1923, No. IIIa. D. The Treaty of Lausanne, 1922-4. 1. Explanation of the Canadian Attitude by the Prime Minister, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1924. 2. Telegrams omitted from above Extract, Can. Sess. Papers, 1924, No. 232.. E. The Imperial Conference,. 1923. 1. Report of the Imperial Conference, 1923, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1923, Cmd. 1987. 2. 'Did the Imperial Conference Fail?', J. W. Dafoein McLean's Magazine, January 1924. 3. Treaty Powers of Dominion Governmen ts, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1924. 4. Debate on the Treaty Resolutions, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1926. F. Recognition of Soviet Russia and the Russian Treaties, 1924. The Position of Australia, Journal of the Parliaments of the Empire, October 1924. G. The Inter-Allied Conference on the Dawes Report, 1924. 1. Correspondence between the British and Canadian Governments, Can. Sess. Papers, 1924, No. 309. 2. Discussion in the British House of Commons, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1924. H. Inter-Imperial Communication, 1924-5. Correspondence regarding the proposed Imperial Conference, 1924, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1925, Cmd. 2301. I. The Appointment of an Irish Minister to the United States, 1924. The Position of the Minister from the Irish Free State,Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1924, Cmd. 2202. J. The Registration of the Anglo -Irish Agreement With the League of Nations,1924. Correspondence with the Secretary-General of the League, League of Nations (Treaty Series), 1924, vol. 27. K. The Treaty of Locarno, 1925. 1. Debate in the British House of Commons, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1925. 2. Attitude of the Canadian Government, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1927. 3. Attitude of the Imperial Conference, 1926(cf. infra, Section V, A. 3. 4. 'The British Empire and the Locarno Agreem ent', The Round Table, December 1925. Section V. The Peroid of Equal Status, 1926-36. A. The Imperial Conference, 1926. 1. 'The Constitutional Problem', The Round Table, September 1926. 2. Opening Speech of the Prime Ministerof South Africa, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1927, Cmd. 2769. 3. Report of th e Imperial Conference, 1926, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1926, Cmd. 2768. 4. The Treaty Power and the Dominions, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1927. 5. Lord Balfour on the Report of the Conference, Journal of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, July 1927. B. International and InteImperial Relations,1927-36. 1. Election of Canada to the Council of the League of Nations, 19 27, London Times, 1927. 2. Appointment of a British High Commissioner, 1928, Montreal Gazette, 1928. 3. The Kellogg Treaty for the Renunciation of War, 1928. (a) The Invitations to the Dominions, London Times, 1928. (b) The Acceptance by South Africa, London Times, 1928. 4. The Limitation and Reduction of Naval Armaments, 1930, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1930. 5. Recognition of the Government of the Spanish Republic, 1931, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1931. 6. Appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. (a) The Case for Discontinuing Appeals, J. S. Ewart in Queen's Quarterly, Summer, 1930.. (b) The Case for Appeals, G. H. Sedgewick in Queen's Quarterly, Summer, 1930. (c) Moore v. Attorney-General of the Irish Free State, J935> S1 Times Law Reports. C. Report of the Conference on the Operations of Dominion Legislation and Merchant Shipping Legislation,1929. D. The Imperial Conference, 1930. Report of the Imperial Conference, 1930. E. The Statute of Westimater,1931. 1. The Statute of Westminster, 1931, Brit. Statutes, 22 Geo. V, c. 4 . 2. Speech of Hon. P. McGilligan on the Statute, I.F.S. Ddil Debates, 1931. 3. The Irish Free State and the Statute, cf. supra, sub-section B. 6 (c),and infra, sub-section H. 1. F. Formal Action by the Crown on Dominion Adv ice, 1931-6. 1. Announcement by the Government of the Irish Free State, Irish Times, 1931. 2. The Status of the Union Act, £. Afr. Statutes, 1934, No.69. 3. The Royal Executive Functions and Seals Act, S. Afr. Statutes, 1934 , No. 70. 4. Status of South Africa, W. P. M. Kennedy in The University of Toronto Law Journal, Lent Term, 1935. G. Secession and Neutrrality, 1920-36. 1. Speech of Rt. Hon. A. Bonar Law on the Government of Ireland Bill, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1920. 2. The Right of Secession. (a) South Africa, S.A. Ass. Debates, 1930. (b) Irish Free State, cf. infra, sub-section H. 4. 3.The Neutrality of the Dominions in Empire Wars, S.A. Ass. Debates, 1928. 4 . The Dominions and the League of Nations, New York Times, 1936. H. The Irish Free State And the Empire, 1931-6. 1. Debate on the Statute of Westminster Bill, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1931. 2. Correspondence regarding the Parliamentary Oath of Allegiance and the Land Purchase Annuities, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1932, Cmd. 4056. 3. Correspondence between the Irish Free Stateand other Dominions on the Anglo-Irish Dispute, 1932. (a) Australia, Londo n Times, 1932. (b) South Africa, London Times, 1932. 4. The Position of theIrish Free State in the Empire. (a) Statement by the Secretary of State fo r the Dominions, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1933. (b) Correspondence between the Governments of Great Britain and the Irish Free State, Brit, H. of C. Debates, 1933. 5. Amendments to the Constitution, 1936, cf. infra, SubsectionI.2. I. The Abdication of king Edward VIII, 1936. 1. The Declaration of Ab dication Act, London Times, 1936. 2. Amendments to the Constitution of the Irish Free State, London Times, 1936. Index. Robert MacGregor Dawson (1895-1958) was a Canadian political scientist and academic, born in Bridgewater,Nova Scotia. In 1921, he started teaching at Dalhousie University before l eaving to teach at the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Rutgers University. In 1928, he returned to Canada as head of the Political Science department at the University of Saskatchewan. In 1937, he started teaching at theUniversity of Toronto. In 1975, he was named a Persons of National Histori c Significance. Corners bumped, penned name, small black stains to gutter at Preface, else very good. 50.00

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3 ROSS, John D. BURNS, Robert ROSS, John Dawson BURNS, Robbie Henley and Burns; or, The Critic Censured, Being a Collection of Papers Replying to an Offensive Critique on the Life, Genius, and Achievements of TheScottish Poet. First Edition, Hardcover.
Eneas Mackay / Gibbings & Company, Stirling / London, 1901, 
ROSS, John D. Henley and Burns; or, The Critic Censured, Being a Collectionof Papers Replying to an Offensive Critique on the Life, Genius, and Achie vements of The Scottish Poet. Collected and Edited by John D. Ross, LL.D. Stirling : Eneas Mackay / London : Gibbings & Company, Ltd, 1901. First Edition. Pp (6),[v]-vii,(3),[1]-106,(10, adverts both publisher's and others including "All Admirers of Robbie Burns Should Ask for the Famous BallochmyleScotch Whisky") + frontispiece. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to spine , t.e.g with paper wraps bound in.. "This edition limited to 1000 copies". Contents : "Henleyism and the First Edition of Burns" (Scotsman); "Mr Henley and his Burns Glossary" (Edinburgh Evening News); "Mr. Henley's Essay on Robert Burns" (Daily Record); "A Critic Scarified" (Kilmarnock Standard), "Modern Cross-Grained Heresies in History— Mr. W. E. Henley" (Saint Andrew);"Robert Burns" {Greenock Telegraph); "Concerning Volume 1. of The Centenar y Burns" (London Daily Chronicle); "The Misrepresentations of a Critic, by the Rev. Arthur John Lockhart, Maine"; "The Latest about Burns" {Chicago Newspaper); "Speech by Mr. F. Faithfull Begg, M.P., to the Roseberry Burns Club, Glasgow, 25th January, 1898"; "Mr. R. Wallace, M.P, on Burns's Critics—An Address Delivered before the Leeds Caledonian Society, 25th January. 1899"; ."Sheriff Brand on the Subject"; "The Rev. J.H. M'Culloch's Protest - From an Address Delivered before the Leith Burns Club, 25th January, 1898" ;"Mr. John Sinton on the Subject"; "Concerning The Essay, by. John S. Macna b, New York"; and "The Penurious Cockney" . Bookplate of Joseph Dix Fraser,New Glasgow, N.S., Inscription in flyleaf: "J.D. Fraser, Comp Eneas Mackay , Stirling, Scotland"; inner front hinge a little weak, but other wise a lovey bright copy. 90.00

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4 DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (Commissioner) BATES, Stewart Nova Scotia : Report of the Royal Commission on Provincial Development and Rehabilitation. 2 vols
King's Printer, Halifax , 1944, 
DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (Commissioner). Nova Scotia : Report of the RoyalCommission on Provincial Development and Rehabilitation. In Two Volumes. H alifax : King's Printer, 1944. Volume One: pp. [580] approx., [5] folding charts; Volume Two; pp. [575], approx., [6] folding charts. 8vo, brown printed paper covers. Robert MacGregor Dawson (b. March 1, 1895, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia - d. July 16, 1958, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia). Stewart Bates (b. ca 1908, Scotland - d. May 24, 1964, Ottawa), secretary of the Economic Council of Nova Scotia; professor of commerce at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Deputy Minister of Fisheries. "[...] to investigate and report upon thenatural resources and industries of the Province for the purpose of aiding in the rehabilitation to those discharged from the armed forces, those rel eased from war industries, and all others who might seek employment...." - from the text. Of nautical interest : Volume II - Part IX : Report on the Canadian Atlantic Sea-Fishery (by Stewart Bates) (179 pp., with Index). Verygood. The two volumes for 70.00

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5 DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (Commissioner) Nova Scotia : Report of the Royal Commission on Provincial Development and Rehabilitation. 2 vols
King's Printer, Halifax , 1944, 
DAWSON, Robert MacGregor (Commissioner). Nova Scotia : Report of the Royal Commission on Provincial Development and Rehabilitation. In Two Volumes. Halifax : King's Printer, 1944. Volume One: pp. [580] approx., [5] folding charts; Volume Two; pp. [575], approx., [6] folding charts. 8vo, brown printed paper covers. Robert MacGregor Dawson (b. March 1, 1895, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia - d. July 16, 1958, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia). Stewart Bates (b. ca 1908, Scotland - d. May 24, 1964, Ottawa), secretary of the Economic Council of Nova Scotia; professor of commerce at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Deputy Minister of Fisheries. "[...] to investigate and report upon the natural resources and industries of the Province for the purpose of aiding in the rehabilitation to those discharged from the armed forces, those released from war industries, and all others who might seek employment...." - from the text. Of nautical interest : Volume II - Part IX : Report on the Canadian Atlantic Sea-Fishery (by Stewart Bates) (179 pp., with Index). Volume One: spine ends nicked with 1" tear to head of spine, wrinkled rear coverwith 2" tear at head of spine, 1 ½" X 5 ½" chip missing from lower rear co ver, sm. chip from lower right corner of front cover, else vg; Volume Two has four inch tear to rear outer hinge, spine tail nicked, head of spine chipped, previous owner's name inked to front cover, else very good. The two volumes. 50.00

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6 DAWSON, Robert Six Mile Corner. First Edition in dustjacket
Houghton Mifflin, 1966, 
DAWSON, Robert. Six Mile Corner. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1966. Pp 53. Very good in chipped priceclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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