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The Great Canadian Sonnet Part One
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The Great Canadian Sonnet Part One

By MCFADDEN, Dave; CURNOE, Greg (illus.)

Toronto: Coach House Publishing Company, 1970. First Edition. Paperback. Fair. CURNOE, Greg. 216 p. 12 cm. Illustrations by Curnoe. Cardboard cover with some wear, including scuffed lower spine.

$75.00

Snow On The Headlight: A Story of the Great Burlington Strike
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Snow On The Headlight: A Story of the Great Burlington Strike

By WARMAN, Cy

Toronto: William Briggs, 1899. Hardcover. Good +. 249 p. 20 cm. Grey cloth hardcover with gold, red, black and grey impressing. Corners bumped, small tears in spine tail, some light soiling to covers. Foxing to endpapers.

$35.00

Summer Road
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Summer Road

By CONNOR, Mike

Insomnia Press, 1990. Near fine. 7 p. 22 cm. Stapled booklet. Signed on first page.

$35.00

The New Zippy Stories, March 1943
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The New Zippy Stories, March 1943

Toronto: Duchess Printing and Publishing, 1943. Vol. 5 No. 3. Paperback. Good. A Superior Magazine. 96 p. 20 cm. B&w line drawings. Pictorial softcover. Some chips and tears to covers and first and last pages. Paper browned. Includes Flood Lover by Agnes Bredan and Fair Lady by Ella Jason, etc.

$40.00

Poems
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Poems

By IMRIE, John

Toronto: Imrie & Graham, 1891. Cloth Bound. Good +. xii, [2], 19-348 p. 19 cm. Numerous b&w line drawings and vignettes. Red cloth hardcover with gold print and blank impressing. Spine ends slightly torn, corners worn. Tear in Contents page. Author's photo and poem pasted to rear of Contents. Poetry about Queen Victoria's jubilee, the drunkard's fate, Toronto, Niagara, Lake Ontario, love, romping with the children, etc. Cute illustration of mother holding little girl up to early wall telephone to kiss Papa through the wire p. 119. Introduction by G. Mercer Adam.

$75.00

A Broken Journey
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A Broken Journey

By Callaghan, Morley

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. First American Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. 270 p. 19.5 cm. Green cloth, stamped in black on cover and spine. Jacket has light edge wear, small chip in tail of spine, mild darkening of the spine panel, and a small tear in bottom of back cover. Small stain to title-page/copyright page. The author's third novel, a story of conflicting loves and a flight to the Canadian wilds.

$200.00

Laliberté: 1976 Blues
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Laliberté: 1976 Blues

By PERRAS, Pierre

Montreal: Les publications de la Licorne D'or, 1991. Paperback. Fine. 182 p. 22 cm. Paperback. French text.

$35.00

L'Oeil du Phare
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L'Oeil du Phare

By CHOUINARD, Ernest

Quebec: Le Soleil Limitee, 1933. Cloth. Very good. 279 p. 19 cm. Grey cloth hardcover with gold print. Spine ends softened, corners slighty worn. Ink samps on front endpapers and title. French text.

$45.00

Mount Royal Popular Tales: A Series of Interesting and Amusing Stories. Vol. I
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Mount Royal Popular Tales: A Series of Interesting and Amusing Stories. Vol. I

By Eminent Authors

Montreal: W. B. Cordier & Co, 1866. Cloth. Good +. 255 p. 17 cm. Green cloth hardcover with gold impressing, bevelled edges. A little soiling and bubbling of cloth. Dampstains to edges of first leaves, pages browning. Vol. II was never published.

$50.00

History of Dufferin County
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History of Dufferin County

By SAWDEN, Stephen

nd. Cloth. Good. 182 p. 24 cm. B&w illustrations. Bound in blue cloth with gold print. Two small tears in spine cloth, some light soiling. New endpapers, bookplate on front pastedown. Three tears around staples on title page. Paper browning slightly.

$100.00

High Water Chants
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High Water Chants

By FERGUSON, Trevor

Toronto: Macmillan Company of Canada, 1977. 1st Edition. Cloth. Very good +/Very good +. 268 p. 23 cm. Green cloth hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Slight wear to book and jacket edges. Inscribed by author on front free endpaper.

$50.00

Leaven of Malice
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Leaven of Malice

By DAVIES, Robertson

Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, 1954. 1st edition. Cloth. Good +/Very good +. 312 p. 21 cm. Red cloth hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket designed by Clair Stewart. Slight wear to jacket edges. Ink signature of former owner on front free endpaper. Two tears in half title. This novel won the Stephen Leacock award for humour and is the second book of the Salterton Trilogy.

$75.00

Our Lady Of The Snows
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Our Lady Of The Snows

By CALLAGHAN, Morley

Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1985. Cloth. Near fine/Near fine. 215 p. 23 cm. Peach cloth hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Signed by former owner on front free endpaper. Signed by Callaghan on title page.

$65.00

Words To Live By
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Words To Live By

By WHITEHEAD, William

Cormorant Books, 2012. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 248 p. 23 cm. B&w illustrations. Blue cloth hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Signed by author on title page.

$35.00

The Master of Life: A Romance of the Five Nations and of Prehistoric Montreal
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The Master of Life: A Romance of the Five Nations and of Prehistoric Montreal

By LIGHTHALL, W. D.

Toronto: The Musson Book Co, 1908. Hardcover. Very good/Good. vi, [2], 262 p. 23 cm. Frontispiece and 4 other plates. Green cloth hardcover in mylar-covered tan dustjacket. Top edge gilt. Crease in spine tail, corners lightly bumped. Some small tears to jacket edges and moderate soiling, especially to rear. Text block edge a little roughened. Many pages uncut. The author, William Douw Lighthall (1857-1954) was a Canadian lawyer, historian, novelist, poet and philosopher. Today he is best remembered for his anthology, Songs of the Great Dominion, which marked the first publication in book form for several poets, including Bliss Carman, Pauline Johnson, and Duncan Campbell Scott. This book tells the tale of Hiawatha, founder of the League of the Five Nations. Plates by Canadian artist John Sloan Gordon (1868-1940), a founding member of the Art Gallery of Hamilton.

$150.00

Barometer Rising
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Barometer Rising

By MACLENNAN, Hugh

Toronto: Collins, 1941. Paperback. Very good. A White Circle Pocket Edition. C. D. 529. 256 p. 18 cm. Paperback. Tear at bottom of spine.

$25.00

Canadian Magazine, March 1899
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Canadian Magazine, March 1899

Toronto: The Canadian Magazine, March 1899. Vol. XII, No. 5. Softcover. Fair. xvi, 379-474, xvii-lxvii p. 25 cm. B&w illustrations. Brown softcover. Chipped spine ends, tears and small chips to edges. Covers detached. Pages with rough edges. Articles include: "The Marquis of Salisbury;" "A Story of Kitchener;" "St. John as a Winter Port;" "The Early Railway History of Canada;" "The Abolitionists;" "Canadian Celebrities;" etc.

$40.00

The Hesperian, Spring, 1930
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The Hesperian, Spring, 1930

By FOX, President Sherwood, et al (ed.)

London, Ontario: Studens of The University of Western Ontario, 1930. Vol. I, No. 1. Card covers. Near fine. 32 p. 23 cm. Staplebound booklet with card cover. Poetry and prose by Wilson MacDonald, Frances Beatrice Taylor, W. Alexander Knox, Ian Gordon, William Edwin Collin, Amy Campbell, Lillian E. L. C. Gunn, Margaret L. Steven, etc.

$30.00

Canadian Magazine, June 1901
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Canadian Magazine, June 1901

Toronto: The Canadian Magazine, June 1901. Vol. XVII, No. 2. Softcover. Good. xviii, 99-204, xix-lxxii p. 25 cm. B&w illustrations. Cream softcover. Chipped spine ends, tears and small chips to edges. Covers detached. Pages with rough edges. Articles include: "A Canadian in China;" "A Canadian Negro, V.C. (William Hall);" "Canadian Celebrities;" "The Purpose of a National Magazine;" etc.

$40.00

The Kite
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The Kite

By MITCHELL, W. O.

Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1962. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Very good. 210 p. 22 cm. Green cloth hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Slightly faded spine. A little soiling to jacket including spot on upper spine. Signed by Mitchell on title page. The Kite is a humorous yet touching story of a journalist's worst nightmare - having to interview a 111-year old curmudgeon in small-town Alberta. Our hero, David, just wants to get his story and hightail it back to Toronto, but winds up chasing the cunning Daddy Sherry all over Shelby. As David tracks down Daddy, however, he begins to understand that Daddy's not just the oldest and most cantankerous man in western Canada - he's also the wisest. Through him, David learns how to find happiness himself.

$100.00

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