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ABBOTT, Maude E.
Atlas of Congenital Cardiac Disease. Withan Introduction by Richard Fraser.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Montreal. McGill-Queen's UniversityPress. 2006., folio. 35cm, x,62p., extensively illustrated fromphotographs, wine cloth with gilt titles, a fine copy. (mds) Publishedin Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of theInternational Academy of Pathology. Clinical, electro cardiographic,radiological and pathological aspects of congenital heart defects arecorrelated in the classic, well-illustrated monograph.
$100.00 Book Number: 32061 Order / Enquire
The Canadian Journal of Lady Aberdeen, 1893 - 1898. Edited with Introduction by John T. Saywell. Champlain Society, No. 38.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. The Champlain Society. 1960., 24cm, lxxxiv,517p. with 2 portraits illustrations, limited to 550 copies, this being #432, original crested red cloth, t.e.g., a fine copy. (Cdn) In 1893 Lord Aberdeen became Governor General of Canada and he and Lady Aberdeen traveled extensively in Canada. Her journal is an important source of insight into the problems and times in the country during the 1890's. The appendix contains a biographical dictionary of principal persons and lists the members of the household.
$100.00 Book Number: 39500 Order / Enquire
ABERNETHY HERITAGE ASSOCIATION]
Dance on the Bridge. A History of Abernethy and Area.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Abernethy, Saskatchewan. Abernethy Heritage Association. 1983., 28cm, v,602p., with map, illustrations, index, green cloth with black titles and illustration, a fine copy. (cnds)
$75.00 Book Number: 31014 Order / Enquire
God Bless our Home. Domestic Life in Nineteenth Century Canada.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Np. Burns and MacEachern., 1966. 26.5cm, ix,233p., illustrated endpapers, text illustrations, ads, bibliography, index, red cloth, a fine copy in good jacket. (cdn)
$25.00 Book Number: 36081 Order / Enquire
Canada's Patriot Statesman. The Life and Career of the Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald. Based on the work of Edmund Collins, revised, with additions to date.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. Rose Publishing Co. & London. McDermid and Logan, & Toronto. C.R. Parish and Company. 1891., thick8vo, 22cm, 613p., with 24 plates & portraits, in the original fine grain brown cloth, gilt and black stamped titles and decorations on the spine and upper cover, spine titles faded, bevelled boards, near fine condition. (Cdn)
|$50.00||Book Number: 39100||Order / Enquire|
ADAMS, Frank D.
The National Domain in Canada and its ProperConservation. Presidential Address before the Royal Society of Canada,1914.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Ottawa. Lowe-Martin Co. Ltd. 1915., 24.5cm, 48p., with foldingcolour map, illustrations, printed wraps, a very good copy.(cnds) Commission of Conservation, Canada.
$40.00 Book Number: 31511 Order / Enquire
ADAMS, Frank Dawson
A History of Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Montreal. Burton's Limited. 1941., 22.5cm, 226,ivp. several plates, (portraits, views & facsimiles), bibliography, appendices, blue cloth, (titles faded), a very good copy (n2)
$25.00 Book Number: 26673 Order / Enquire
ADLER, Gerald M.
Land Planning by Administrative Regulation. The policies of the Ontario Municipal Board.
Toronto. University of Toronto Press. 1971., 23.5cm, xiv,246p., index, black cloth, front fly clipped, else a fine copy in very good to fine jacket (S4) The author examines the Board's supervision of municipal land use regulations and determines the criteria which affected its decisions in three hundred cases. (Jacket)
$17.50 Book Number: 13167 Order / Enquire
Sunset Playgrounds. Fishing Days and Others in California and Canada.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London: Witherby & Co. & New York.Charles Scribner's Sons. 1909., 8vo, 22cm, first edition,xii,251p., with 36 plates and illustrations, index, light bluecloth, shellaced, black call number on the spine, two library paperbookplates, a very good sound copy. Edwards, 15. Wetzel p95.Bruns #A-53. An English-man's fishing holiday on Vancouver Islandand Kamloops area.
|$50.00||Book Number: 36788||Order / Enquire|
Appreciations. Honourable Thomas Ahearn, P.C. (Compiled by Fred Cook).
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Printed for private circulation only. [Ottawa. 193?]., 8vo. 25cm, 42p., tipped in frontis portrait, blue cloth, gilt cover titles, a fine copy, author's signed presentation copy to Judge Hyndman, with 1p., Autograph Letter, Signed, seven lines, on the stationary of "The Ottawa Gas Company", dated Dec. 31st, 1937. (On) Mr. Ahearn was president and director of numerous large firms including being president of the Ottawa Gas Company. He was chairman of the Federal District Commission.
|$75.00||Book Number: 37855||Order / Enquire|
AKINS, Thomas B.
A Brief Account of the Origin, Endowment and Progress of the University of King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Halifax. Printed by MacNab & Shaffer. 1865., 8vo, 22cm, first edition, ii,84p., original cross ribbed pattern grain blue purple cloth with gilt titles on the upper cover, bookplate, a fine copy, rare. (s2.9) T.P.L. 4378. Not in Dennis, Lande or Gagnon. Amicus 3 copies. No modern prices references located.
$249.99 Book Number: 28801 Order / Enquire
Selections from the Public Documents of the Province of Nova Scotia.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Halifax. Charles Annand, Publisher. 1869., 21.5cm, ii,755p. with 2 folding facsimile documents, in the original dark green cloth, a very good to fine copy. (atl) Thomas Beamish Akins (1809-1891) was born in Liverpool, N.S. and studied law in the office of Beamish Murdock, whom he assisted in the preparation of his history of Nova Scotia. He became the first commissioner of Public Records in the province and prepared this title to collate the documents in the Archives which dealt primarily with the expulsion of the Acadians.
|$200.00||Book Number: 39385||Order / Enquire|
ALAMAC]. THOMAS, Arnold W. .
The Canadian Almanac and Legal and Court Directory for the Year 1927.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. The Copp Clark Company. 1927., 8vo, 22cm, 572p., folding colour map, index, ads including endpaper, red cloth, gilt titles, rear cover ad, rear hinge cracked, very good. (Cdn) "Containing authentic Legal, Commercial, Statistical, Astronomical, Departmental, Ecclesiastical, Educational, Financial and General Information together with Map of the Dominion." (sub-title). Eightieth Year of Publication.
$40.00 Book Number: 34500 Order / Enquire
Sunny Alberta Canada Holiday Guide. Canada's Sunniest Clime and the Canadian Rockies.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Edmonton. The Alberta Travel Bureau Department of Economic Affairs. 1951., 23x10cm, 60p., text illustrations, illustrated wraps, staple bound, very good (n12)
$12.50 Book Number: 27777 Order / Enquire
L'Acadie; or, Seven Years' Explorations in British America.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. Henry Colburn, Publisher. 1849., 12mo, 19.3cm, The First Edition, in 2 volumes, xvi,345, & viii,326pp., (with 2 page errata leaf), with 2 vignette (beaver illus) title pages & 6 engraved plate views, (inc 2 frontis) & 2 engraved maps, 1 grounds plan in the text, in contemporary half light maroon/brown calf, gilt and blind ruled raised bands, black and red crushed morocco labels, marbled boards and endpapers, 4 plates have some foxing, two plates have closed tears, a very good to fine set, Rare with the errata leaf. (cgc) Of the fourteen references we located, none contained the two page errata leaf. T.P.L. 2950. Lande 3. Sabin 733. Morgan p7. Dionne II 1260. Guilbeault. 1873. Story p12. Waterston p82. "The witty and clear-sighted Colonel reminisces about the Rebellion of 1837, the first session of the Parliament of United Canada, and weaves into the story of his own travels a wealth of less dramatic scenes. A central and illuminating book, L'Acadie is concerned not just with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia but also with garrisons as far west as London. Activities, decisions and dramatic movements give a rare sense of plot to this travel story of canals and cavalry and winter carnivals" - "While in Canada he travelled about the province, taking a keen interest in the places he visited and the people he met such as Thomas Talbot, William Dunlop, Archibald MacNab, and the pirate Bill Johnston. He met Charles Dickens and his wife when they visited Kingston, and he was in Quebec during the great fire of 1845. His impressions of his Canadian travels are given in this his second work on Canada".
|$900.00||Book Number: 39409||Order / Enquire|