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1 NIGHTINGALE, Marie Cooking with Friends : Marie Nightingale and Canada's Celebrated Chefs : A Collection of Recipes and Stories.. signed
Nimbus Publishing, 2003, ISBN:1551094673 
NIGHTINGALE, Marie. Cooking with Friends : Marie Nightingale and Canada's Celebrated Chefs : A Collection of Recipes and Stories. (Halifax): Nimbus Publishing, (2003). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xii,1-252. Illustrated. Squarelarge 8vo, red ill. card covers. "You are invited to a potluch with the cr ème de la crème of Canadian cuisine! Join Nova Scotia's celebrated food writer Marie Nighingale as she dishes up the best recipes from her friends. among them Canada's most popular chefs, food writers, and cookbook authors. Acumulation of Marie's twenty years of food writing, Cooking with Friends c ontains over 275 recipes and is full of photos, anecdotes, and cooking tips. With her special knack for selecting recipes and her delightful personality, Marie leads us into the delicious and bustling world of the cuisine scene. Too many cooks in the kitchen? Not when you're Cooking with Friends." -rear cover. Vg. Signed by the author on the half-title. 18.00

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2 NIGHTINGALE, Marie A History of the Children's Hospital
1969, 
NIGHTINGALE, Marie A. The History of the Children's Hospital. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1969?]. Pp (6),1-25,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, blue card covers, gilt vignette of a child's face to front cover. A brief history of the Izaak Walton Killam Hospital for Children, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Contents : 1. Introduction. 2. "Cast Thy Bread Upon the Waters." 3. They Builded Better Than They Knew. 4. Boards of Management. 5. House Committee. 6. Medical Staff and Chairmen. 7. Superintendents, Supervisors, Administrators. 8. The Buildings— How They Grew. 9. Milestones of Service. 10. The Social Service Departme nt. 11. Research and Clinical Investigation. 12. The School of Nursing. 13.The Women's Auxiliary. 14. The Kermesse. 15. The Gyro Club. 16. They Did N ot Knock In Vain. 17. Benefactors of the Children's Hospital. 18. Presidentof the Board of Management. Unevenly sunned, else very good. 20.00

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3 WETMORE, Donald and Lester B. SELLICK, (eds.) BLAKELEY, Phyllis R. BARKHOUSE, Joyce NIGHTINGALE, Marie Loyalists in Nova Scotia. First Edition. Signed.
Lancelot, Hantsport, 1983, ISBN:0889991944 
WETMORE, Donald and Lester B. SELLICK, (eds.). Loyalists in Nova Scotia. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1983). First Edition. Pp (3),4-159,(1). 8vo, blue and white trade paperback. Includes : Peggy Armstrong's "Colonel James Delancey : The Outlaw of the Bronx"; Donald Wetmore's "Benjamin Marston : The Shelburne Surveyor"; C.E. Gesner's "Loyalty and Devotion : The Story of Flora Macdonald"; Leone B. Cousin's "Brigadier General Timothy Ruggles, Loyalist 1711-1795"; Rosemary Bauchman's "Charles Inglis, Loyalist"; Lester B. Sellick's "The VanBuskirks"; Dorrie Phillip's "Early Years of the Black Loyalists"; Phyllis R. Blakeney's "Nathan Pushee : A RevolutionarySoldier"; Mary Ann Monnon's "The Sitemans of Ship Harbour"; Joyce Barkhous e's " Abraham Gesner, M.D."; Barbara Whitby's "The Nova Scotia Loyalists - A Description (From Sir Thomas Dundas' Private Notes and Correspondence, 1784-1789)"; and Marie Nightingale's "So Many Mouths to Feed". Name inked to half-title, some spotting to top edge, else very good. Signed, without inscription, by Sellick on the title page. 35.00

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4 WETMORE, Donald and Lester B. SELLICK, (eds.) BLAKELEY, Phyllis R. BARKHOUSE, Joyce NIGHTINGALE, Marie Loyalists in Nova Scotia. multi-signed.
Lancelot, Hantsport, 1983, ISBN:0889991944 
WETMORE, Donald and Lester B. SELLICK, (eds.). Loyalists in Nova Scotia. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1983). First Edition. Pp (3),4-159,(1). 8vo, blue and white trade paperback. Includes : Peggy Armstrong's "Colonel James Delancey : The Outlaw of the Bronx"; Donald Wetmore's "Benjamin Marston : The Shelburne Surveyor"; C.E. Gesner's "Loyalty and Devotion : The Story of Flora Macdonald"; Leone B. Cousin's "Brigadier General Timothy Ruggles, Loyalist 1711-1795"; Rosemary Bauchman's "Charles Inglis, Loyalist"; Lester B. Sellick's "The VanBuskirks"; Dorrie Phillip's "Early Years of the Black Loyalists"; Phyllis R. Blakeney's "Nathan Pushee : A RevolutionarySoldier"; Mary Ann Monnon's "The Sitemans of Ship Harbour"; Joyce Barkhous e's " Abraham Gesner, M.D."; Barbara Whitby's "The Nova Scotia Loyalists - A Description (From Sir Thomas Dundas' Private Notes and Correspondence, 1784-1789)"; and Marie Nightingale's "So Many Mouths to Feed". A nice tight copy. Signed, without inscription, by Sellick and several other contributorson half-title leaf. 35.00

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5 Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly LEEFE, John NIGHTINGALE, Marie STEPHENS, David E. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1972,
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, 1972, 
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly. The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 2, No. 1, March 1972. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Petheric Press Limited, 1972. Printed by McCurdy Printing Co. Limited. Pp (4),1-97,(1). 8vo, yellow-gold cardcovers, plain spine. Contents : John N.Grant's "The Development of Sherbrooke Village to 1880" (pp.1-15); Marie Nightingale's "The General Store'" (pp.17-29); R.E. Inglis' "The Ox Case" (pp.31-40); "King's and Dalhousie : An Early Attempt at University Consolidation in Nova Scotia" by John Leefe (pp.41-54); David E. Stephens' "Forgotten Trades of Nova Scotia" (pp.65-84)); Mortimer V. Marshall's "The Horn Book" (pp.55-63). With book reviewsby Lorna Inness and "Notes on Nova Scotia". Very good. 10.00

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6 Nova Scotia Times REGAN, Gerald NIGHTINGALE, Marie TAYLOR, Charles Nova Scotia Times. Volume 1, Number 4, December, 1974. Special Holiday Issue.
Nova Scotia Communications and Information Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1974, 
(Nova Scotia Times). Nova Scotia Times. Volume 1, Number 4, December, 1974.Special Holiday Issue. (Halifax : Nova Scotia Communications and Informati on Centre, 1974). Pp (8) including covers. Illustrated. 4to, unstitched self-wraps. Contents : The Wondrous World of Kelly Walzak & Friends [about a 13-year-old toy maker]; The Princess & The Premier [Princess Anne and Premier Regan]; Please pass the Cranberry Sauce; The Candymen; Land of the Christmas Tree; Some Fine Nova Scotia Christmas Traditions (by Marie Nightingale); The Oldest Spice House in North America (by Charles Taylor). Cover photo of two-masted sailing boat tied up at wharf in winter. Horizontal fold, else very good. 10.00

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7 NIGHTINGALE, Marie Out of Nova Scotia Gardens : Delicious, Nutricious Vegetable Recipes. Second Printing
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2008, ISBN:9781551096674 
NIGHTINGALE, Marie. Out of Nova Scotia Gardens : Delicious, Nutricious Vegetable Recipes. (Halifax): Nimbus Publishing, (2008). Second Printing. Pp. (4),1-187,(1). Double column. Illustrated. Square 8vo, illustrated green card covers, vegetable photo on front in a sem-salad arrangement, photo of Nightingale on rear cover, green spine. First appeared with a different cover in 1997. "From beets to broccoli and spinach to squash, fresh vegetables harvested in Nova Scotia present endless possibilities for delicious, nutritious dishes. 'Out of Nova Scotia Gardens' offers over 170 fabulous recipes for soups, sides, desserts, and main courses, including mouth-watering Leek and Tomato Quiche, Cauliflower Amandine, and Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake." -from the rear cover. Chapters [unnumbered] : 1. Asparagus; 2. Beans, Dried ; 3. Beans, Snap; 4. Beets; 5. Broccoli; 6. Brussels Sprouts; 7. Cabbage; 8. Carrots; 9. Cauliflower; 10. Celery; 11. Corn; 12. Leeks; 13. Onions; 14.Parsnips; 15. Peas; 16. Potatoes; 17. Pumpkin; 18. Rhubarb; 19. Rutabaga; 20. Spinach; 21. Squash; 22. Swiss Chard; 23. Tomatoes; 24. Zucchini; 25. Vegetable Combinations. With index. Very good. 12.00

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8 NIGHTINGALE, Marie Saltscapes Presents... Traditional Holiday Fare : Recipes from Canada's East Coast. First Edition
Nimbus, Halifax, 2004, ISBN:1551095122 
NIGHTINGALE, Marie. Saltscapes Presents... Traditional Holiday Fare : Recipes from Canada's East Coast . (Halifax): Nimbus, (2004). Pp. [1]-64. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated red card covers. "As a holiday gift to her loyal readers, as well as those who've just come to know her, Saltscapes Food Editor Marie Nightingale has carefully chosen some of her favouriet published holiday recipes to share once more. 'Traditional Holiday Fare'celebrates the foods that have always been, and always will be, an integra l part of the holiday festivities on the East Coast. This cookbook not onlypulls together five years' worth of the best seasonal recipes, photos, ane cdotes and even decorating ideas to grace the pages of Saltscapes, Canada'sEast Coast Magazine, but also some from Marie's previous books, mainly Mar ie Nightingale's Favourite Recipes (1993), now out of print." - from the rear cover. Very good. 9.00

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