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1 STEWART, Gordon RAWLYK, George A People Highly Favoured of God : The Nova Scotia Yankees and the American Revolution. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto:, 1972, 1972 0770508669 / 9780770508661 
STEWART, Gordon and George RAWLYK. A People Highly Favoured of God : The Nova Scotia Yankees and the American Revolution. Toronto : Macmillan of Canada, (1972). First Edition. Pp (8),ix-xxii,(2),3-219,(3). Map. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Griffin-Allwood, Baptists in Canada 1760-1990 : A Bibliography of Selected Printed Resources in English 323.

Gordon Thomas Stewart (b. 1945, Newport-on-Tay, Scotland).

George Alexander Rawlyk (b. May 19, 1935, Thorold, Ontario - d. November 23, 1995, Ottawa).

"In 1758 and 1759 Governor Charles Lawrence of Nova Scotia issued two proclamations encouraging New Englanders to come to the northern colony. By the outbreak of the American Revolution six years later some 12,000 Yankees, out of a total population of about 20,000, were living in Nova Scotia. Yet when rebellion flared up in the Thirteen Colonies it sparked no similar revolutionary activity in Nova Scotia. A People Highly Favoured of God analyses the response of the Nova Scotia Yankees to the American Revolution and suggests some reasons why this crisis helped precipitate one of the most important social movements in Nova Scotia history — the religious revival inspired by the charismatic preacher, Henry Alline, and known as the Great Awakening.

It has been said that the real American Revolution occured in the decade preceding the military events of 1775-6, and consisted in the 'radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments and affections of the people.' Professors Stewart and Rawlyk argue convincingly that the Yankees who had emigrated to Nova Scotia missed this crucial decade of radical change. The war, therefore, plunged them into an acute crisis in their traditional loyalties and value systems - a crisis which was resolved for them only by the sense of identity and purpose given them by Alline's preaching.

It is over thirty years since the publication of J.B. Brebner's The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia. Professors Stewart and Rawlyk now offer a reassessment of Brebner's neutrality thesis. A People Highly Favoured of God represents a notable contribution to recent Canadian and American historiography." from the dj.

Preface;
Introduction;

Part I. : "The Whole Province is in Confusion, Trouble and Anguish".
1. The Missing Decade;
2. Religious Ties and the Missing Decade;
3. Response to Revolution;
4. Neutrality or Confusion?

Part II. : Henry Alline and the Great Awakening in Nova Scotia.
5. Some New England Traditions in the Religious Views of Henry Alline;
6. The case of Yarmouth: Scott versus Alline;
7. The Anatomy of Revival;
8. A Charismatic Leader;
9. The Message;
10. A New Sense of Identity.
Epilogue.
With end-notes and index.

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2 MARK, E.M., George F. STEWART, C.O. CHICHESTER, B.S. SCHWEIGERT KINSELLA, John E. Advances in Food Research. Volumes 1 to 33, 1948 to 1989
Academic Press Inc., Publishers, New York, 1948, 
MARK, E.M., George F. STEWART, C.O. CHICHESTER, B.S. SCHWEIGERT, and John E. KINSELLA (eds). Advances in Food Research. Volumes 1 to 33. New York : Academic Press Inc., Publishers, 1948-1989. Various paginations (from 300 to 558 per volume). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. The first 33 years of this journal on nutrition, food technology, microbiology, biochemistry, and other important subjects in the food field. Bound in cloth. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO ITS MASSIVE WEIGHT. Ex-library (spine numbering or label, bookplate, inkstamp, blindstamp, rear pouch and date due label), front inner hinge cracked (vol. 2), some corners bumped, else very good. The set for 750.00

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3 STEWART, George Essays from Reviews
Dawson, Quebec, 1892, 
STEWART, George. Essays from Reviews. Quebec : Dawson & Co., 1892. pp (4),[5]-171,(1). 16mo, brown paper wraps. First series. Watters p.941. Essays onLongfellow, James Russell Lowell, Oliver Wendell Holmes and Whittier. Pape r spine chipped away, blank Quebec School prize bookplate, binding shaky. 25.00

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4 STEWART, Herbert Leslie STEWART, H.L. CHURCHILL, Winston SHAW, George Bernard From A Library Window: Reflections of a Radio Commentator. First Edition, Signed.
Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, 1940, 
STEWART, Herbert Leslie, M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D. From A Library Window: Reflections of a Radio Commentator. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada, 1940. First Edition. Pp (4), v-viii, (2), 1-323, (3). 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.642. Rhodenizer p.250, Whiteman et al. A Bibliography of Macmillan Company of Canada Impriuntsm 1906-1980 889. Herbert Leslie Stewart, (b. March 31,1882, Cairncastle, County Antrim, Ireland - d. 19 September 19, 1953, Hali fax, Nova Scotia), philosopher, teacher, author and commentator, was a long-time professor at Dalhousie University and founder of its flagship journal, The Dalhousie Review. "The Pepys Tercentenary"; "Leonardo's Notebooks"; "Benjamin Franklin, the Definitive Biography"; "Coronation of King George VIand Queen Elizabeth"; "The Imperialist Faith as Seen in Canada"; "The Auto biography of Mussolini"; "Mein Kampf, The Unexpurgated Edition"; "France's Overseas Empire"; "Jew and Arab in Palestine"; "Saving Eloquence: Mr. Winston Churchill"; "The Puritanism of George Bernard Shaw"; "Anatole France, A New Biography"; "Masaryk of Czechoslovakia"; "Mr.Baldwin's Farewell"; "The Passing of Rudyard Kipling"; "Philosophy in a World Crisis"; "A PhilosopherLooks at the Creeds"; "Two Centenaries: Locke and Christ Church"; "The Car tesian Centenary: Descartes and His Age"; "Jeremy Bentham, A Centenary Retrospect"; and "Francis Bacon: A Tercentenary." Former Dalhousie Professor. Sticker to spine and ffep, author blurb to front pastedown, spine faded, else very good. Signed and inscribed by Stewart on the flyleaf. 22.50

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5 STEWART, Herbert Leslie STEWART, H.L. CHURCHILL, Winston SHAW, George B. From A Library Window: Reflections of a Radio Commentator. First Edition
Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, 1940, 
STEWART, Herbert Leslie, M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D. From A Library Window : Reflections of a Radio Commentator. Tor.: The Macmillan Company of Canada, 1940. First Edition. Pp (4), v-viii, (2), 1-323, (3). 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.642. Rhodenizer p.250, Whiteman et al. A Bibliography of Macmillan Company of Canada Impriuntsm 1906-1980 889. Herbert Leslie Stewart, (b. March 31, 1882, Cairncastle, County Antrim, Ireland - d. 19 September 19, 1953, Halifax, Nova Scotia), philosopher, teacher, author and commentator, was a long-time professor at Dalhousie University and founder of its flagship journal, The Dalhousie Review. "The Pepys Tercentenary"; "Leonardo's Notebooks"; "Benjamin Franklin, the Definitive Biography"; "Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth"; "The Imperialist Faith as Seen in Canada"; "The Autobiography of Mussolini"; "Mein Kampf, The Unexpurgated Edition"; "France's Overseas Empire"; "Jew and Arab in Palestine"; "Saving Eloquence: Mr. Winston Churchill"; "The Puritanism of George Bernard Shaw"; "Anatole France, A NewBiography"; "Masaryk of Czechoslovakia"; "Mr.Baldwin's Farewell"; "The Pas sing of Rudyard Kipling"; "Philosophy in a World Crisis"; "A Philosopher Looks at the Creeds"; "Two Centenaries: Locke and Christ Church"; "The Cartesian Centenary: Descartes and His Age"; "Jeremy Bentham, A Centenary Retrospect"; and "Francis Bacon: A Tercentenary." Former Dalhousie Professor. Verygood. 20.00

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6 STEWART, Herbert Leslie STEWART, H.L. CHURCHILL, Winston SHAW, George B From A Library Window: Reflections of a Radio Commentator. First Edition industjacket, Signed
Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, 1940, 
STEWART, Herbert Leslie, M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D. From A Library Window : Reflections of a Radio Commentator. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada, 1940. First Edition. Pp (4), v-viii, (2), 1-323, (3). 8vo, blue cloth. Wattersp.642. Rhodenizer p.250, Whiteman et al. A Bibliography of Macmillan Compa ny of Canada Impriuntsm 1906-1980 889. Herbert Leslie Stewart, (b. March 31, 1882, Cairncastle, County Antrim, Ireland - d. 19 September 19, 1953, Halifax, Nova Scotia), philosopher, teacher, author and commentator, was a long-time professor at Dalhousie University and founder of its flagship journal, The Dalhousie Review. "The Pepys Tercentenary"; "Leonardo's Notebooks"; "Benjamin Franklin, the Definitive Biography"; "Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth"; "The Imperialist Faith as Seen in Canada"; "The Autobiography of Mussolini"; "Mein Kampf, The Unexpurgated Edition"; "France'sOverseas Empire"; "Jew and Arab in Palestine"; "Saving Eloquence: Mr. Wins ton Churchill"; "The Puritanism of George Bernard Shaw"; "Anatole France, ANew Biography"; "Masaryk of Czechoslovakia"; "Mr.Baldwin's Farewell"; "The Passing of Rudyard Kipling"; "Philosophy in a World Crisis"; "A Philosophe r Looks at the Creeds"; "Two Centenaries: Locke and Christ Church"; "The Cartesian Centenary: Descartes and His Age"; "Jeremy Bentham, A Centenary Retrospect"; and "Francis Bacon: A Tercentenary." Former Dalhousie Professor. Vg in chipped, edgeworn dj. Signed by the author. 35.00

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7 FOSTER, George, The Rt. Hon. Sir) W. Stewart WALLACE WALLACE, W. Stewart Memoirs of The Rt. Hon. Sir George Foster, P.C., G.C.M.G. First Edition industjacket
Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, at St. Martin's House, Toronto, 1933, 
(FOSTER, George, The Rt. Hon. Sir) W. Stewart WALLACE. Memoirs of The Rt. Hon. Sir George Foster, P.C., G.C.M.G. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, at St. Martin's House, 1933. First Canadian Printing. Pp. [i]-vi,(4),1-291,(3), frontispiece + 8 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Bibliography of Macmillan of Canada Imprints 552. A biography and collection of correspondences of the long-time Canadian politician, who in the latter part of the nineteenth and early part of the twentieth centuries, served in the cabinets of seven different Prime Ministers. Faint staining to bottom third of spine, dampstaining to upper corners of initial and final leaves, previous owner's name, else very good in similarly-dampstained, spine-nicked, corner-trimmed dustjacket. 35.00

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8 DONOVAN, Stewart (ed.) CLARKE, George Elliott LEVENSON, Christopher Nashwaak Review, 6-7, Fall 1999
Eastern Cougar Press, Fredericton, NB, 1999, 
DONOVAN, Stewart (ed.). The Nashwaak Review, Number 6-7, Fall 1999. Fredericton, NB: Eastern Cougar Press, 1999. Pp. 1-241,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated beige card covers. . Also includes fiction by Donna C. Triocuk, Betinna Klix, Eric Miller, Harold Hoefle, Wayne Rhodes, Sonya Freedman, Anne Cimon, Cliff Burns and Tess Fragoulis; poetry by Chad Norman, Monica Kidd, Vernon Mooers, Leo Brent Robillard, Ronnie R. Brown, Megan Walden, Lenora Steele, Glen Sorestad, Ruth Panofsky, Derk Wynand, Nancy Morin, Allan Brown, Christopher Levenson, Lisa Cote, George Elliott Clarke and Stewart Donovan;essays by Dermot Kelly, Kevin Whelan, Wiliam Spray, Thomas O'Grady, Colm J . Kelly, and Kenneth Donova; and a travel piece by Lilianne Welch, and a few other items. Very good. For the issue. 8.00

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9 DONOVAN, Stewart (ed.). CLARKE, George Elliott KELLY, Dermot KIDD, Monica Nashwaak Review. Number 6-7, Fall 1999.
Eastern Cougar Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1999, 
DONOVAN, Stewart (ed.). The Nashwaak Review. Number 6-7, Fall 1999. Fredericton, N.B.: Eastern Cougar Press, 1999. Pp [1]-241,(3). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. Contents : Essays by Kenneth Donovan "Mary Grace Barron and The Irish of Ingonish”, Thomas O'Grady "Witnessing TheGreat Hunger", Colm J. Kelly "The Accent of the Other", Dermot Kelly "The Ginger Man", William Spray "Irish Famine Emigrants and Their Reception in New Brunswick in 1847", and Kevin Whelan "The Irish Famine.” Fiction by Cliff Bums, Anne Cimon, Tess Fragoulis, Sonya Freedman, Harold Hoefle, Betinna Klix, Wayne Rhodes, and Donna C. Triocuk. Poetry by Allan Brown, Ronnie R. Brown, George Elliott Clarke, Lisa Cote, Stewart Donovan, Monica Kidd, Christopher Levenson, Eric Miller, Vernon Mooers, Nancy Morin, Chad Norman, Ruth Panofsky, LeoBrent Robllard, Glen Sorestad, Lenora Steele, Megan Walden and Derk Wynand. Very good. 10.00

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10 RAWLYK, George and Gordon STEWART Carleton University Social History, November 1968 No. 2 STEWART, Gordon Nova Scotia's Sense of Mission. card covers in dj
Carleton University, 1968, 
RAWLYK, George and Gordon STEWART. "Nova Scotia's Sense of Mission". An article which appeared in Carleton University Social History, November 1968, No. 2, pp. 5-17. [Ottawa]: Carleton University, 1968. Pp. 144. 8v, blue and white printed card covers. The preaching of the gospel by the charismatic Henry Alline to the thousands of "Nova Scotia Yankees" in the late eighteenth century is discussed. Spine chipped and torn, else vg in lightly rubbed dj. 15.00

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11 SIMPSON, George Champlain Society Hudson's Bay 10 RICH, E.E., ed. WALLACE, W. Stewart, intro. Part of Dispatch from George Simpson Esqr, Governor of Ruperts Land
Champlain Society, 1947, 
SIMPSON, George. Part of Dispatch from George Simpson Esqr, Governor of Ruperts Land to the Governor & Committee of the Hudson's Bay Company London. March 1, 1829. Continued and Completed March 24 and June 5, 1829. Edited by E.E. Rich, with an introduction by W. Stewart Wallace. Tor. : The ChamplainSociety, 1947. Pp (6), [vii]-lii, (2), 3-277, (3), i-xv, (1). 8vo, red clo th, gilt to spine, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. The Publications of the Champlain Society Hudson's Bay Company Series X. No 356 of 550 copies. Half-title and spine read Simpson's 1828 Journey to the Columbia. Remarks on thecoasting trade, the Fraser, Thompson, and Columbia Rivers, salmon, beavers , the fur trade and native tribes. Over 30 ships in index. For Simpson (1792-1860) see DNB XVIII: 269-270; and John S. Galbraith's entry in DCB VIII: 812-819. From the library of Sir James Dunn, with his bookplate. Fine. Unopened. 275.00

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12 STEWART, Gordon and George RAWLYK RAWLYK, George People Highly Favoured of God : The Nova Scotia Yankees and the American Revolution. in dj
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:770508669 
STEWART, Gordon and George RAWLYK. A People Highly Favoured of God : The Nova Scotia Yankees and the American Revolution. Tor.: Macmillan of Canada, (1972). Pp (8),ix-xxii,(2),3-219,(3). Map. 8vo, brown cloth. Contents: Part I: "The Whole Province is in Confusion, Trouble and Anguish". 1. The Missing Decade; 2. Religious Ties and the Missing Decade; 3. Response to Revolution; 4. Neutrality or Confusion? Part II: Henry Alline and the Great Awakening in Nova Scotia. 5. Some New England Traditions in the Religious Views ofHenry Alline; 6. The case of yarmouth: Scott versus Alline; 7. The Anatomy of Revival; 8. A Charismatic Leader; 9. The Message; 10. A New Sense of Id entity. Light mustiness, top edge faintly spotted, else very good in nicked, spine-browned dust jacket. 30.00

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13 LOGAN, J.D. CAMERON, George Frederick. MacLELLAN, William Edward. STEWART, William D. Pictou Poets : A Treasury of Verse in Gaelic and English
1923, 
LOGAN, J.D. Pictou Poets : A Treasury of Verse in Gaelic and English. Selected and Prefaced with Biographical Sketches and Appreciations by J.D.Logan,A.M., Ph.D., [...]. With an Introduction by His Honor Judge George Geddie Patterson, A.M., L.B. Illustrated. Pictou : The Press of the Pictou Advocate, 1923. Pp (6), 7-48. Hector frontispiece and photo of Market Square monument on r.cover. 8vo, printed stapled grey card covers with black lettering to front cover. Foshay pp.73 & 78, Watters p.117, Laugher p.321. Cover adds: "Souvenir Edition, Commemoratng the 150th Anniversary [of] the Landing o f the Scots Settlers at Pictou, Nova Scotia, 1773-1923." The Poets : James MacGregor, D.D. (1759-1830), two Gaelic poems with English translations by Rev. Malcolm Campbell; George Frederick Cameron, born in New Glasgow, (1854-1885, biographical sketch by William D. Stewart); Alexander Louis Fraser, born at Blue Mountain (1870-1954); William Edward MacLellan, LL.D. (1855-1929, born at West River); Peter Maclaren MacDonald, born at Loch Broom (1874-?, sketch by Rev. J.B.MacLean, D.D.); John Daniel Logan (sketch by himself); William Anderson Dickson, born at Pictou (fl.1900's); Jean Gordon Forbes(no sketch, but his poem "A Call to the Clansmen" is on the inside rear co ver). Faint dampstain to top upper right-hand corner, else very good. Uncommon. 70.00

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14 STEWART, Herbert L. SHAW, George Bernard Puritanism of George Bernard Shaw. From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Third Series, Volume 24, Section II, 1930
Printed for the Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa, 1930, 
STEWART, Herbert L. The Puritanism of George Bernard Shaw. From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Third Series, Volume XXIV, Section II, 1930. Ottawa : Printed for the Royal Society of Canada, 1930. Pp 89-100. 8vo, brown printed stapled card covers. Herbert Leslie Stewart was a Professor of Philosophy at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00 Keywords : UNITED KINGDOM

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15 STEWART, Thomas CARSON, George S. Toward the Sunrising and other Sermons. in dj
McClelland & Stewart, 1923, 
STEWART, Thomas. Toward the Sunrising and other Sermons. With a biographical sketch by George S. carson. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, (1923). Pp. 219. Port. frontis. 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Wattersp.844, Spadoni & Donnelly 747. Rev. Stewart Thomas (1855-1923), born in Ca pe Breton, was a minister for the Presbyterian Church of Canada, as well asbeing a preacher, pastor and professor in the Presbyterian College, Halifa x. Gilt to spine rubbed, else vg in edgeworn dj. 40.00

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16 STEWART, Thomas CARSON, George S. Toward the Sunrising and other Sermons. in dj
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923, 
STEWART, Thomas. Toward the Sunrising and other Sermons. With a biographical sketch by George S. Carson. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, (1923). Pp. 219. Port. frontis. 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Wattersp.844, Spadoni & Donnelly 747. Rev. Stewart Thomas (1855-1923), born in Ca pe Breton, was a minister for the Presbyterian Church of Canada, as well asbeing a preacher, pastor and professor in the Presbyterian College, Halifa x. Gift inscription, else vg in chipped dj. 35.00

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