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The Cuckoo in the Nest
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The Cuckoo in the Nest

By OLIPHANT, Mrs. [Margaret Oliphant Wilson]

London: Hutchinson & Co, 1901. Good. Unknown edition. 192pp. Wrappers. Page edges have pink dampstain, some loss of the bottom corner on the front wrapper, spine chipped and worn, a good only copy. Scottish novel. Scarce, OCLC locates only 1 copy in this format.

$125.00

The Raiders
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The Raiders

By CROCKETT, S.R.

London: Macmillan and Co, 1894. Good. Green cloth with gilt-stamped spine title. Endpapers foxed, spine cocked, a good only copy. "Macmillan's Colonial Library No. 180."

$25.00

THE MOUNTAIN LOVERS
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THE MOUNTAIN LOVERS

By MACLEOD, Fiona (Pseudonym for William Sharp)

Boston: Roberts Bros, 1895. Very Good. First American edition. 16mo. Green ribbed cloth, black spine title. Modest edgewear, a very good copy with small bookstore sticker on front pastedown. An attractive copy.

$100.00

The Days of Auld Lang Syne
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The Days of Auld Lang Syne

By MACLAREN, Ian

New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1895. Very Good. First edition. Green decorated cloth, gilt title on front board and spine. Ex-library blind embossed stamps on title and page, spine lightly soiled and cocked, else a very good copy.

$20.00

Spare Hours
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Spare Hours

By BROWN, John

Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1862. Good. First American edition. Blind embossed brown cloth, gilt-stamped spine. Pages moderately soiled and age-toned, spine and edges faded and worn, a good only copy with bookseller's decorative label affixed to front pastedown.

$35.00

The Laird of Norlaw. A Scottish Story
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The Laird of Norlaw. A Scottish Story

London: Hurst and Blackett, 1858. Very Good. Early reprint. Blind embossed brown cloth with gilt-stamped spine. A couple pages roughly opened, hinges cracked, owner's label on front fly, edgewear, a very good copy. Volume fifteen only in "The Hurst and Blackett's Standard Library."

$35.00

The Perpetual Curate: A Novel
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The Perpetual Curate: A Novel

By [OLIPHANT, Margaret]

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1865. Very Good. First American edition. Originally published in 1864. Pebbled brown cloth with blind ruling, gilt-stamped spine title. Double column text. Light offsetting on preliminary page, faint stain on top corners of a few pages, extremities worn and frayed, a good only copy. Third novel in the Chronicles of Carlingford series. Scarce.

$200.00

Wives in Exile: A Comedy in Romance
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Wives in Exile: A Comedy in Romance

By SHARP, William

Boston: Lamson, Wolffe and Company, 1896. Very Good. First American edition. 16mo. Gilt-stamped blue cloth, top edge gilt. Owner's name penned and old book store label on front endpapers, modest edgewear, a very good copy.

$35.00

Uncle John
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Uncle John

By WHYTE-MELVILLE, G.J.

New York: Longmans, Green & Co, 1900. Good. Early reprint. Gilt-stamped blue cloth, top edge gilt. Illustrated by S.E. Waller. Small stamp and owner's name on front endpapers, front hinge cracked with spine cocked, dampstain on front hinge, a good only copy.

$45.00

Tilbury Nogo
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Tilbury Nogo

By WHYTE-MELVILLE, G.J.

New York: Longmans, Green & Co, 1900. Very Good. Early reprint. Gilt-stamped blue cloth, top edge gilt. Illustrated by Stanley L. Wood. Small bookstore stamp and sticker on endpapers, short tear on spine tail, spine slightly cocked a bit, a very good copy. Scarce, OCLC locates only 11 copies by this publisher.

$45.00

Gilian the Dreamer: His Fancy, His Love and Adventure
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Gilian the Dreamer: His Fancy, His Love and Adventure

By MUNRO, Neil

Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1905. Very Good. First edition. Original blind-stamped red cloth with gilt-stamped spine title. Spine faded with head chipped, corners bumped, a very good copy. Silver gelatin photographs tipped in on blank preliminary with one being the image of Inveraray Castle, the home of the Duke of Argyll and seat of the Campbell Clan, the other being an image of the Inveraray Celtic cross monument. Neil Munro was born in Inveraray in 1863 to a maid and rumored to be an illegitimate son of one of the members of Ducal House of Argyll. Scarce.

$125.00

And the Cock Crew
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And the Cock Crew

By MacCOLLA, Fionn

Glasgow: William Maclellan, 1946. Fine/Very Good. Second printing. Corners lightly bumped, else fine in a very good edgeworn and chipped dustwrapper with light scuffing.

$30.00

Grey Granite
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Grey Granite

By GIBBON, Lewis Grassic

Canongate Classics, 1990. Near Fine. First edition thus. Introduced by Tom Crawford. Pictorial wrappers. Modest edgewear, else fine. Canongate Classics Number 34. The third book in the trilogy A Scots Quair.

$20.00

Doom Castle: A Romance
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Doom Castle: A Romance

By MUNRO, Neil

Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1905. Good. Early printing. Originally published in "Blackwood's Magazine." Decorative blind stamping on red cloth, gilt-stamped spine title. Owner's name penned on title, spine faded and cocked, foxing on page fine edges, a good only copy.

$20.00

Joan of the Sword Hand
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Joan of the Sword Hand

By CROCKETT, S.R.

New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1900. Very Good. First American edition. Decorative blue cloth stamped in two-tone gilt and red. Illustrated with black and white plates by Frank Richards. Gutter cracked, front hinge starting, spine toned, cloth a bit worn on edges, a good only copy.

$20.00

The Three Hostages
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The Three Hostages

By BUCHAN, John

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1924. Hardcover. Good. Decorative gray cloth stamped in red. Rear hinge cracked causing spine lean, pink stains on page fine foredges, spine ends bumped, a good only copy.

$20.00

God and the Man: A Romance
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God and the Man: A Romance

By BUCHANAN, Robert

London: Chatto & Windus, 1903. Good. New edition with illustrations by Fred Barnard. Pictorial papercovered boards and spine. Extremities worn and frayed, a good only copy.

$25.00

Judith Shakespeare: A Romance
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Judith Shakespeare: A Romance

By BLACK, William

London: Macmillan & Co, 1885. Very Good. Early printing. Decorative blue pebbled cloth stamped in black and gilt. Hinges cracked, extremities a bit worn with corners bumped, else very good with small bookstore label on front pastedown. Inscribed by the author on blank preliminary page: "With the author's kind regards, Brighton, Nov. 22, 1886."

$250.00

The Sins of the Father
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The Sins of the Father

By MASSIE, Allan

New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1992. Fine/Near Fine. First Carroll & Graf edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with spine a touch faded. A blind Jew who endured the Holocaust recognizes the voice of an old SS officer which sets off a domino effect of events.

$25.00

The Companions of Pickle: Being a Sequel to 'Pickle the Spy'
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The Companions of Pickle: Being a Sequel to 'Pickle the Spy'

By LANG, Andrew

London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1898. Good. First edition. Red cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, top edge gilt. Four illustrations. Hinges cracked, pages foxed, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, cloth is faded and worn with tear in mid-spine and some loss of the head, thus a good only copy.

$75.00

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