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BAILEY, Alfred Goldsworthy, editor. James Robb. Ellen Robb
The Letters of James and Ellen Robb: Portrait of a Fredericton Family in Early Victorian Times
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada: Acadiensis Press, 1983.
Red cloth gilt. pp (xxxii), 173, . Reproductions in text. Very light sticker shadow on front cover, else fine, no owner names. A Bicentennial Project of the University of New Brunswick. James Robb (1815-61) was a Scottish intellectual who came to King's College in Fredericton in 1837 as a lecturer in Chemistry and Natural Sciences
$19.00 Book Number: 28395 Order / Enquire
Boogard, Paul A., editor
Profiles of Science and Society in the Maritimes Prior to 1914
No place (Sackville, New Brunswick): Acadiensis Press / Mount Allison University, 1990.
pp 283. Photos in text. VG+, no owner marks.
$10.00 Book Number: 44600 Order / Enquire
CLARKE, George Frederick
SOMEONE BEFORE US: our Maritime Indians
Frederiction, New Brunswick: Brunswick Press, 1968.
Pale grey boards. pp 240 + plates. Index. Damp stains to lower front and rear covers, VG+ otherwise. Jacket has dampstains to foot of spine and lower rear panel, VG otherwise. Micmacs and Maliseets.
$15.00 Book Number: 44634 Order / Enquire
COGSWELL, Fred, editor (Alden Nowlan)
FIVE NEW BRUNSWICK POETS. Elizabeth Brewster, Fred Cogswell, Robert Gibbs, Alden Nowlan, Kay Smith.
Frederiction, New Brunswick: Fiddlehead, no date [1962), 1962.
Review copy with printed pink review slip laid in. Octavo, 64 pp, stapled, in light green card covers. Covers lightly tanned to margins, else fine. Edition of 500 copies. Early Alden Nowlan, containing 15 of his poems.
$50.00 Book Number: 11666 Order / Enquire
THE CHOCOLATE GANONGS of St. Stephen, New Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick: Goose Lane Editions, 1990.
Glossy card covers. pp 218 + plates. Index. Fine copy. Story of this Canadian candy maker.
$10.00 Book Number: 44605 Order / Enquire
HAMILTON, William B.
PLACE NAMES OF ATLANTIC CANADA
Toronto: Univerity of Toronto Press, 1996.
Octavo, blue cloth. pp x, 502. Bibliography. Fine copy. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$19.95 Book Number: 45710 Order / Enquire
HILL, Isabel Louise
FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK, BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
Frederiction, New Brunswick: York-Sunbury Historical Society,, 1968.
Octavo, white card covers. , 477,  pp, stapled. Photos throughout. Text reproduced from typescript. Title hand lettered on spine, with author's name printed at foot of spine; yellowing to spine and margins of covers; small tan spot to front cover; ink name & address to top margin of first (blank) page. VG tight copy otherwise. Inscribed by the author, 1 Aug., 1968. Additionally, laid in is a 6 1/5 page ALS from the author to the inscribee. The letter starts off "Here is a correct page 276. The printer repeated the text of p. 376. He sent me these and a stack is now at Hall's Bookstore for local people to pick up." Laid in at page 276 is the corrected leaf, which has the right photo to accompany the text. The last page of the letter lists typos she has found in the book and corrected by hand. A book about historic houses and buldings in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Uncommon book. Note: just over 1 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.
$50.00 Book Number: 18145 Order / Enquire
Hill, Isabel Louise
SOME LOYALISTS AND OTHERS
Fredericton, New Brunswick: Author, 1977.
Second edition, revised. Octavo, green card covers. pp (viii), 183, (4); indexed, portraits in text. Inscribed by the author on the title page in 1980. Spine and inner margin of front cover a bit sunned; rubber stamp inside front cover and on title page; else a VG clean & tight copy. New Brunswick history.
$15.00 Book Number: 31549 Order / Enquire
HUMPHREY, James McGivern
THE GOLDEN BRIDGE OF MEMOIRS
Don Mills, Ontario: Thomas Nelson, 1979.
Dark blue boards. (x), 182 pp + plates. Fine copy, on owner names, in VG+ dust jacket. ""James McGivern Humphrey tells of a fascinating life, from his early years in New Brunswick, to his peaceful days of retirement in Aberdeen, Scotland. This is an account of Colonel Humphrey's distinguished service in the Canadian Army: his performance in France during World War I which earned him the Military Cross for gallantry; and his duties during the Second World war as the co-ordinator of Auxiliary Services..." Humphrey was from New Brunswick.
$19.00 Book Number: 21807 Order / Enquire
Ives, Edward D.
LARRY GORMAN: The Man Who Made the Songs.
Frederiction, New Brunswick: Goose Lane Editions, (copyright 1993).,
2nd printing of this reprint (first ed. was in 1964). Pictorial card covers. Slight spine sunning, else fine, no previous owner marks. Story of the Prince Edward Island-born lumberman and satirical song writer who did his logging in the Miramichi region of New Brunswick and in Maine.
$10.00 Book Number: 16973 Order / Enquire
JACK, David Russell
HISTORY OF SAINT ANDREW'S CHURCH St. John, N.B.
St. John, NB: Barnes & Co., printers, 1913.
Yellow buckram lettered in white. pp , vi, 407 + 50 plates. Spine a little darkened; gutter crack at title leaf neatly repaired; yellowing to page edges; else a VG clean, tight and unworn copy. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$40.00 Book Number: 44568 Order / Enquire
Fortune And La Tour. The Civil War In Acadia
Toronto: Methuen, 1984.
Second printing. pp xi, 228 + plates. Index, bibliography. Sunning to spine and inner margins fo covers, near fine otherwise, no owner marks. Rebellion in 17th century Acadia (Maritimes provinces of Canada, Gaspé, Maine).
$10.00 Book Number: 44599 Order / Enquire
MACHUM, Lloyd A.
A HISTORY OF MONCTON town and city 1855-1965
Monckton, New Brunswick: City of Monckton, 1965.
Blue cloth, endpaper maps. pp 447. Photos, index. Yellowing to page edges, else a fine copy. Dust jacket has nicks and very small chips at head of lightly yellowed spine, VG otherwise. New Brunswick local history. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$19.95 Book Number: 44603 Order / Enquire
Mackay, Donald C
Silversmiths and Related Craftsmen of the Atlantic Provinces
Halifax, N.S.: Petheric Press, 1973.
Paper issue. Quarto. pp vi,133. Photos and plus extensive legend reproducing maker's marks from 1776 to 1900. A little leaned, else a VG clean and tight copy, no owner names.
$25.00 Book Number: 21841 Order / Enquire
TRAVELS IN NORTH AMERICA: Particularly in the Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada, and New Brunswick, and in the States of Maine, Massachusetts, and New York...
Frederiction, New Brunswick: Saint Annes Point Press, 1978.
Khaki cloth without jacket as issued. (xii), (51) pp. Edition of 1000 copies. Fine copy without jacket, as issued. With an 8 page introduction by W.A. Spray. Originally published Glasgow, 1824. Note: 0.5 kg parcel, any default postage rate will be reduced.
$25.00 Book Number: 42063 Order / Enquire
ILLUSTRATED NEWS. Juliana Horatia Ewing's Canadian Pictures 1867-1869.
Saint John/Toronto: New Brunswick Museum/Dundurn Press,, 1985.
Blue boards. 82 pp. 8 color plates, 20 black & white illustrations. Fine in jacket. Watercolour views of early New Brunswick by this popular 19th century children's author who relocated to Canada when her husband's regiment was posted there. Her writing was admired by the likes of Lewis Carroll, Hans Christian Andersen, and Rudyard Kipling.
$19.00 Book Number: 1609 Order / Enquire
Morrison, James H. and James Moreira, editors
Tempered by Rum: Rum in the History of the Maritime Provinces
Porters Lake, Nova Scotia: Pottersfield Press, 1988.
Octavo, glossy card covers. pp 159. Illustrated. Fine copy, no owner names. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$10.00 Book Number: 32983 Order / Enquire
MOWAT, Grace Helen
THE DIVERTING HISTORY OF A LOYALIST TOWN. A Portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
Frederiction, New Brunswick: Brunswick Press, 1952.
Second edition, enlarged (adds one chapter to the text of the 1932 edition). Blue boards. 152 pp. Minor sunning to spine tips, very nearly fine otherwise, no previous owner names. Jacket has a few short tears, light rubbing, very small chip to head of spine, VG otherwise.
$15.00 Book Number: 10868 Order / Enquire
MURDOCH, B.J., Rev. (1886-1973)
THE RED VINEYARD
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Torch Press, 1923.
Maroon cloth stamped in black. 313,  pp + frontispiece portrait. Spine a bit sunned, with partial cloth splits to joints neatly repaired; page edges yellowed; else a VG clean and unworn jacketless copy, no owner names. "The story of a Cahtolic Chaplain in the Great War. Stirring experiences of one who carried the Divine Blessing to hospital, camp and front line trench." - jacket of a later printing. Father Benedict Joseph Murdoch was born in 1885 at Chatham, New Brunswick. He served as parish priest in Jacquet River and Douglastown and as a chaplain to the 132nd North Shore Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Forces. Toronto edition was in 1929.
$40.00 Book Number: 44293 Order / Enquire
CAMPOBELLO. The Outer Island.
Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1975.
Square octavo, hardcover, dark green boards. Soft crease to front free endpaper, else fine, no owner names. Dust jacket has two small tears to top edge of front panel, VG+ otherwise. Non-fiction book by this acclaimed New Brunswick poet about this New Brunswick island just off the Maine coast (FDR used to relax there). Many photos, some in colour.
$18.00 Book Number: 41272 Order / Enquire