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201. By-ways of nature and life By-ways of nature and life Deming, Clarence,1848-1913 Voyages and travels; West Indies--Description and travel; Great Britain--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel; United States--Description and travel; Canada--Description and travel This book is a collection of articles previously published in the New York Evening Post written while Deming traveled through England, North America, and the West Indies. Each article focuses on a particular place, describing both it and what drew Deming to it. Newfoundland is the subject of several articles on pp. 75-113, and is described in great detail by the author. He also writes about cod and it's importance to the island, the seal fishery, and the process of sending/receiving telegraphs at the cable station at Heart's Content.

202. My Colonial service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia, Newfoundland, and Hong Kong, My Colonial service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia, Newfoundland, and Hong Kong, with interludes. Volume 2 Des Voeux, Wm. (William), 1834-1909 Des Voeux, Wm. (William), 1834-1909; Newfoundland. Governor (1886-1887 : Des Voeux); Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador; Newfoundland and Labrador--Social life and customs--19th century; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government--1855-1934; Great Britain--Colonies--19th century; Fiji--History--19th century; Hong Kong (China)--History--19th century William Des Voeux presents an account of a life spent in the British Imperial service, during which he held the governorship of several British colonies. Des Voeux served as Governor of Newfoundland from 1886-7, and describes his time on the island in this volume, p. 133-77; a copy of his despatch to the Colonial Office on the Newfoundland Bait Bill is included in Appendix II.

203. My Colonial service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia, Newfoundland, and Hong Kong, My Colonial service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia, Newfoundland, and Hong Kong, with interludes. Volume 1 Des Voeux, Wm. (William), 1834-1909 Des Voeux, Wm. (William), 1834-1909; Great Britain--Colonies--19th century; Guyana--History--19th century; Saint Lucia--History--19th century; Trinidad--History--19th century; Fiji--History--19th century; William Des Voeux presents an account of his life in the British Imperial service, during which he held the governorship of several British colonies. In this first volume, Des Voeux describes his time in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Fiji.

204. Devine's folk lore of Newfoundland in old words, phrases and expressions : their origin and meaning Devine's folk lore of Newfoundland in old words, phrases and expressions : their origin and meaning Devine, P. K. (Patrick Kevin), 1859-1950 English language--Dialects--Newfoundland and Labrador; Folklore--Newfoundland and Labrador--Dictionaries This is a short dictionary of Newfoundland words and phrases collected by P. K. Devine. Includes Devine's explanationa of the origins of some of those words and phrases, as well as an explanation of why Newfoundland seemed to have developed a more extensive collection of local words and phrases than other new world colonies.

205. Ye olde St. John's, 1750-1936 Ye olde St. John's, 1750-1936 Devine, P. K. (Patrick Kevin), 1859-1950 St. John's (N.L.)--Description and travel; St. John's (N.L.)--History; St. John's (N.L.)--Commerce--History; Business enterprises--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--History This is a collection of "Ye Olde St. John's" articles by Devine, previously printed in the Daily News. Much of the information is presented as if Devine were walking with his reader along the old streets, describing businesses and people along the way. There is no indication of the specific dates when the original material appeared in the Daily News.

206. The Labrador mission : letters of the Rev. H.P. Disney and the Rev. A. Gifford The Labrador mission : letters of the Rev. H.P. Disney and the Rev. A. Gifford Disney, Henry P. Missions--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador This book contains letters of missionaries Disney and Algernon which detail their experiences within the Anglican mission in Labrador, as well as letters about gifts and offerings to be used by the Mission in Forteau. Interest in the Missions was great within the Anglican community at home in England, leading to the decision to publish these letters separately to give readers insight into the work done by Mission, and to demonstrate the need for donations to continue the work in the future.

207. The British campaign in France and Flanders, 1914 The British campaign in France and Flanders, 1914 Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, 1859-1930 World War, 1914-1918--Campaigns, West This is Doyle's contemporary narrative of the British campaign in France and Belgium in 1914, created from mainly first-hand evidence the author collected from soldiers and others directed involved in the war. Newfoundland is mentioned on p. 34 as one of the colonies that sent soldiers overseas to fight for Britain.

208. The old time songs and poetry of Newfoundland : songs of folklore, humor, tragedy and history, from the The old time songs and poetry of Newfoundland : songs of folklore, humor, tragedy and history, from the days of our forefathers Doyle, Gerald S., 1892-1956 (editor) Folk songs, English; Ballads, English; Sea songs A collection of songs and poems compiled by Gerald Doyle. As Doyle traveled around the island, he discovered the songs included here were very popular with the people of Newfoundland.

209. The old time songs and poetry of Newfoundland The old time songs and poetry of Newfoundland Doyle, Gerald S., 1892-1956 (editor) Folk songs, English; Ballads, English; Sea songs Second edition. -- A collection of songs and poems compiled by Gerald Doyle. Songs in this edition are "confined entirely to genuine Newfoundland compositions" (p.5).

210. The eyes of the gull The eyes of the gull Duley, Margaret, 1894-1968 Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction; Family life--Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction A novel about a young girl who feels trapped in a small Newfoundland outport by both her mother and circumstance, and dreams she will find happiness by fleeing Newfoundland for Spain.

211. The caribou hut : the story of a Newfoundland hostel The caribou hut : the story of a Newfoundland hostel Duley, Margaret, 1894-1968 St. John's War Services' Association; World War, 1939-1945--War work--Newfoundland and Labrador This is a history of the wartime hostel the Caribou Hut in St. John's, Newfoundland, which was created to restore order to a city thrown into upheaval by the influx of soldiers and sailors from many allied countries. The book describes how the Second World War affected the city of St. John's, and provides a glimpse into the lives of the men who stayed at the Caribou Hut and the many people who volunteered there giving of themselves to make those staying at the hostel feel at home.

212. Lieut. John Dun's orderly book 1780-1782, Newfoundland Regiment, St. John's Newfoundland Lieut. John Dun's orderly book 1780-1782, Newfoundland Regiment, St. John's Newfoundland Dun, John Dun, John; Great Britain. Army--Newfoundland Regiments--Military life; Garrisons--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--History; Soldiers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--History This book contains a facsimile of the orderly book of John Dun (a lieutenant in the Newfoundland Regiment), as well transcriptions of each page. John Dun recorded the general and regimental orders in his book, giving the reader insight into the daily lives of soldiers in 18th century St. John's.

213. Going down from Jerusalem : the narrative of a sentimental traveller Going down from Jerusalem : the narrative of a sentimental traveller Duncan, Norman, 1871-1916 Egypt--Description and travel; Palestine--Description and travel This is a travelogue of the author's journey from Jerusalem to Cairo, having traveled by camel in a caravan for most of the voyage, and only the last leg from Kantara to Cairo by train. Duncan details many interesting adventures, as well numerous tales told to him by those with whom he traveled.

214. Destruction by fire of Knights of Columbus Hostel, St. John's, December 12th, 1942, with loss of 99 lives Destruction by fire of Knights of Columbus Hostel, St. John's, December 12th, 1942, with loss of 99 lives Dunfield, Brian Edward S.,Sir,1888-1968 St. John's (N.L.) Fire, 1942 A report submitted by Justice Brian Dunfield of the public enquiry into the fire at the Knights of Columbus Hostel that resulted in the deaths of 80 military personnel and 19 civilians.

215. Letters from Labrador Letters from Labrador Durgin, George Francis Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel Published by Durgin's mother after his death, this series of letters by George Francis Durgin contain a vivid description of the people of Labrador, the land, and his experiences while there in 1903-1904. Durgin had long wanted to visit Newfoundland to enjoy what he called a "sportsman's paradise", and did so on several occasions. Dismayed to find others had now begun to realize the beauty and sport the island offered, and were beginning to visit in larger numbers, Durgin decided to travel to Labrador to once again experience those same pleasures without having to share them with other travelers.

216. Plaine path-way to plantations: that is, a discourse in generall, concerning the plantation of our English Plaine path-way to plantations: that is, a discourse in generall, concerning the plantation of our English people in other countries... Eburne, Richard Colonization; Great Britain--Colonies Eburne's book promotes colonies as a means of alleviating Britain's surplus population and providing the nation with new wealth. Having methodically covered all aspects of the colonial enterprise, he singles out Newfoundland as the preferred destination (p. 104-8), referring his readers to Richard Whitbourne's A Discovery and Discourse of New-Found-Land (1620) for further details.

217. To the old capitals by the new way To the old capitals by the new way Elliott, J. R. (James Rupert), b. 1844 Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel This book provides an introduction to Newfoundland as the author recounts his journey west across the island by train. Readers are given a glimpse of life in Newfoundland and of each community visited along the author's journey.

218. Rambles in ye old colony by the banks and the bergs, Newfoundland : part 1 : about the cathedrals and Rambles in ye old colony by the banks and the bergs, Newfoundland : part 1 : about the cathedrals and churches, and their offsprings Elliott, James Rupert, b. 1844 St. John's (N.L.)--Description and travel; Church buildings--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Schools--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's This booklet gives readers a glimpse into "the intellectual and spiritual side of life in St. John's". (p. [3])

219. Charter of Avalon Charter of Avalon England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) Baltimore, George Calvert, Baron, 1580?-1632; Newfoundland and Labrador--Charters, grants, privileges; Ferryland (N.L.); Newfoundland and Labrador--History--17th century--Sources The Charter of Avalon was granted to George Calvert, Baron Baltimore by James I. Dated 7 April 1623 it created the Province of Avalon on the island of Newfoundland and gave Baltimore complete authority over all matters in the territory. That same year Baltimore chose Ferryland as the main area of settlement.

220. Vikings of the ice : being the log of a tenderfoot on the great Newfoundland seal hunt Vikings of the ice : being the log of a tenderfoot on the great Newfoundland seal hunt England, George Allan, 1877-1936 England, George Allan, 1877-1936; Sealing--Newfoundland and Labrador--20th century; Sealers (Persons)--Newfoundland and Labrador--20th century 1st edition. England tells of the six weeks he spent sealing with Newfoundlanders off the island's coast, March-April 1922, a "gorgeous epic of violence, hardship, and bloodshed" (p. vii). Includes a glossary of commonly used Newfoundland words and phrases (p. 313-323), a map (p. 19), and many illustrations.
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