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181. Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1971-72) Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1971-72) Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals This book contains estimates of revenue and expenditure, providing a financial overview for the government of Newfoundland for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 1972.

182. Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1972-73) Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1972-73) Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals This book contains estimates of revenue and expenditure, providing a financial overview for the government of Newfoundland for the fiscal year 1972-1973.

183. Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year ... (1935-36) Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year ... (1935-36) Newfoundland Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals This book contains estimates of revenue and expenditure, providing a financial overview for the government of Newfoundland for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1936.

184. Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year July 1st 1934 to June 30th 1935 Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year July 1st 1934 to June 30th 1935 Newfoundland Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals This is the budget for Newfoundland for the fiscal year July 1934 - June 1935, the first year that the colony was governed by Commission of Government because of the financial difficulties created by the Great Depression. It includes projected expenditures and revenues, as well as appendices containing the posts and telegraphs statement and notes on natural resources expenditures.

185. Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year July 1st 1936 to June 30th 1937 Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year July 1st 1936 to June 30th 1937 Newfoundland Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals This is the budget for Newfoundland for the fiscal year July 1936 - June 1937, while the colony was governed by Commission of Government because of the financial difficulties created by the Great Depression. It includes projected expenditures and revenues, as well as appendices containing the budget for the Newfoundland Railway and loans and grants from the Colonial Development Fund.

186. Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year July 1st 1937 to June 30th 1938 Estimates of the Newfoundland government for the financial year July 1st 1937 to June 30th 1938 Newfoundland Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals This is the budget for Newfoundland for the fiscal year July 1937 - June 1938, while the colony was governed by Commission of Government because of the financial difficulties created by the Great Depression. It includes projected expenditures and revenues, as well as appendices containing the budget for the Newfoundland Railway and loans and grants from the Colonial Development Fund.

187. Evenings at the microscope; or, researches among the minuter organs and forms of animal life Evenings at the microscope; or, researches among the minuter organs and forms of animal life Gosse, Philip Henry, 1810-1888 Zoology; Microscopy--Popular works; Marine animals; Insects In Evenings, English naturalist Gosse examines the structure of hair, feathers and scales; various sea animals including shrimps, barnacles, jelly fishes and mullusks; the parts of insect anatomy; as well as spiders, worms, zoophytes and protozoa. Illustrated, with information about microscope manipulation and the preparation and handling of specimens.

188. Evolution of Robertson Garden Evolution of Robertson Garden

189. Excursions in and about Newfoundland during the years 1839 and 1840. Volume I Excursions in and about Newfoundland during the years 1839 and 1840. Volume I Jukes, J. Beete (Joseph Beete), 1811-1869 Geology--Newfoundland and Labrador; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel Issued in two volumes. Joseph Jukes, an English geologist, was appointed surveyor for Newfoundland in 1839 and spent 16 months in the colony. In Excursions, Jukes describes his travels around the island, including tales of the seal hunt, the people and customs he encountered, and observations on Newfoundland's natural history and physical geography. He found Newfoundlanders to be "[a] simple, honest, industrious, good-natured and hospitable people, and [to] have the virtues of all hardy races exposed to the toils and dangers of an adventurous life" (vol. 1, p. 238).Volume one includes details of Jukes' excursions from his arrival in St. John's in April 1839 to April 1840.

190. Excursions in and about Newfoundland, during the years 1839 and 1840. Volume II Excursions in and about Newfoundland, during the years 1839 and 1840. Volume II Jukes, J. Beete (Joseph Beete), 1811-1869 Geology--Newfoundland and Labrador; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel Issued in two volumes. Joseph Jukes, an English geologist, was appointed surveyor for Newfoundland in 1839 and spent 16 months in the colony. In Excursions, Jukes describes his travels around the island, including tales of the seal hunt, the people and customs he encountered, and observations on Newfoundland's natural history and physical geography. He found Newfoundlanders to be "[a] simple, honest, industrious, good-natured and hospitable people, and [to] have the virtues of all hardy races exposed to the toils and dangers of an adventurous life" (vol. 1, p. 238). Volume two contains details of the last leg of Jukes' excursions from April to November of 1840, his notes on Newfoundland's natural history, and his geological survey.

191. Exhibition of oil paintings and water-colour drawings of Newfoundland, and some English pictures Exhibition of oil paintings and water-colour drawings of Newfoundland, and some English pictures Toft, Alfonso Newfoundland and Labrador--In art; Toft, Alfonso--Exhibitions; Landscape drawing--Newfoundland and Labrador--Exhibitions; Landscape painting--Newfoundland and Labrador--Exhibitions This is a catalogue from an exhibition of pieces by artist Alfonso Toft, held at Walker's Galleries, London, in 1920. Included in the exhibition are English landscapes and works created from Toft's expedition to Newfoundland. Toft was the guest of Lord Rothmere, who was instrumental in the creation of several paper mills in Newfoundland, and so the dominating subjects of Toft's Newfoundland pieces are the paper mills and surrounding landscapes.

192. Explorations in the interior of the Labrador peninsula : the country of the Montagnais and Nasquapee Explorations in the interior of the Labrador peninsula : the country of the Montagnais and Nasquapee Indians [2 vols.] Hind, Henry Youle, 1823-1908 Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel; Montagnais Indians; Naskapi Indians; Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador 2 vols. -- Hind recounts his journey through Labrador in 1861. His work includes descriptions of the Catholic and Anglican missions, geography, the fisheries, and the life of the Innu (Montagnais and Naskapi Indians) of Labrador.

193. Extracts from the Newfoundland Royal Commission 1933 report Extracts from the Newfoundland Royal Commission 1933 report Great Britain. Newfoundland Royal Commission Newfoundland and Labrador--Economic conditions; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador To make the resulting recommendations of the Newfoundland Royal Commission easily accessible to the average Newfoundlander, Harvey's published this extract which not only includes the final recommendations made by the Commission but also details concerning the fisheries, an area of particular interest to the majority of the people of Newfoundland.

194. Eyes right! : the army of to-day Eyes right! : the army of to-day Pollard, A. O. (Alfred Oliver), b. 1893 Great Britain--Army; Great Britain--Army--Firearms This book provides a description of the roles of different divisions of the British Army during World War Two and improvements that had been made to the equipment and tactics since the Great War. Included on p. 39 is a photograph of Newfoundland troops manning a Howitzer gun.

195. Facts vs. abuse : Rt. Hon. Sir W.V. Whiteway replies to his traducers Facts vs. abuse : Rt. Hon. Sir W.V. Whiteway replies to his traducers Whiteway, William Vallance, Sir, 1828-1908. Politicians--Newfoundland and Labrador; Public relations and politics; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government--1855-1934 Having retired from politics following his defeat in 1897, former leader of the Liberal Party Sir William Whiteway wrote to the Free Press stating he would be returning to politics. Whiteway first rose to power by way of his insistence that Newfoundland should have a railway crossing the entire island; the railway deal was to later play a large role in his losing power. In this document Whiteway explains his position, and refutes accusations made by the current government on several issues, including the railway, the details of his retirement from politics, and letters of support supposedly written by him for politicians he did not endorse.

196. Famous planes and famous flights Famous planes and famous flights Winslow, John Aeronautics--Juvenile literature; Aeronautics--History A book for children about important planes and events in early aviation history. Included is information about the first transatlantic flight which stopped in Trepassey, Newfoundland and also the first non-stop transatlantic flight by Alcock and Brown from St. John's, Newfoundland to Clifden, Ireland.

197. Father and son : a study of two temperments Father and son : a study of two temperments Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928 Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928--Childhood and youth; Gosse, Philip Henry, 1810-1888; Authors, English--19th century--Family relationships; Authors, English--19th century--Biography; Plymouth Brethern--England--Biography; Zoologists--Great Britain--Biography; Fathers and sons--England; Apostasy; England--Social life and customs--19th century This book is an autobiographical account of the childhood of Edmund Gosse, and a biographical account of his father, Philip Henry Gosse, who had come to Newfoundland to work as a clerk, and then became so fascinated with entomology during his time on the island he taught himself how to properly study insects. A key literary and intellectual figure in 19th century England, as a child Edmund was not permitted to read literature, as it was looked upon as sinful by his devoutly religious parents. His gradual exposure to poetry and other forms of literature resulted in his eventual loss of faith, which proved devastating to Edmund's father, Philip, an active member of the Plymouth Brethren. Philip's devotion to religion propelled him to publish a book countering Darwin's Theory of Evolution with his own theory that attempted to integrate evolution and creationism. The failure of this book caused Philip to focus increasingly on his faith, which was the catalyst for the rift between the two men.

198. Fifteen Folk-songs from Newfoundland Fifteen Folk-songs from Newfoundland Karpeles, Maud Folk songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador; Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador; Folk music--Newfoundland and Labrador Selections from Karpeles' larger volume Folk Songs from Newfoundland (London, 1934), with piano accompaniments. The songs were collected during her 1929 and 1930 trips to the island, of which she states that "in Newfoundland the 'old' songs were fast going out of fashion" (Introduction).

199. Fifty-two years at the Labrador fishery Fifty-two years at the Labrador fishery Smith, Nicholas Smith, Nicholas; Cod fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--History; Cod fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador This is an autobiographical account of Smith's years in the Labrador fishery which, "... gives insight into the sterling character of the Newfoundland fisherman" (introduction).

200. Final report Final report Newfoundland War Contingent Association World War, 1914-1918--War work--Newfoundland and Labrador; Newfoundland War Contingent Association The Newfoundland War Contingent Association consisted of volunteers who took on the responsibility of the care of Newfoundland Regiment soldiers while they were overseas. Created as a memento of the work done by the Association during the First World War, this book was given to members and others affiliated with the group, and includes lists of members and a record of work done by the Association each year from 1915 to 1919.
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