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    The Monastery By the River by G. Stanley Russell

    New York: Richard R. Smith, Inc., 1930 Green cloth on boards. Signed by the author. No other writing or damage. The author transferred from Clapham Congregational Church, London, to Deer Park United Church, Toronto. This book recalls vivid memories from Clapham, especially interaction with a nearby monastery. 107 pp.. First ( No Additional printings). Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photo Frontispiece. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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    $125.00

    The Wissahickon Hills by Weygandt, Cornelius

    Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1930. Dedicated & signed by Author on fep. Clean Sound Vintage volume. SE PA in the 1890 nature memoir, by the Author of The Red Hills. 366 rough cut pgs w/11photo illustrations. No names or dings. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Signed by Author. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.


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    $15.00

    Footnotes of the Buckhorn A Lone Star State Landmark by Toepperwein, Fritz A

    Boerne, TX: The Highland Press Inc.. Very Good. 1960. Softcover. Very Good softcover stapled binding. Cover has some minor wear. Signed on the title page by the author and the illustrator. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 63 pages; Signed by Author & Illustrator .


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    AUD $25.00

    THE NIZAM'S DAUGHTERS by Mallinson Allan

    Bantam Books, London, 2001 Fresh from the field of Waterloo, Matthew Hervey, newly appointed aide de camp to the Duke of Wellington, is dispatched on a mission of the utmost secrecy. Leaving behind his fiancee, Landy Henrietta Lindsay, he must journey across tempestuous seas to India, an alien, exotic and beguiling land that will test his mettle to the very limit.. Signed by Author. Card Cover. Very Good. 18 Cm.


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    $199.99

    An Artist's Garden by Anna Lea Merritt

    This is a very beautiful large volume written and illustrated by a renown Victorian-era painter, with her signature on a glued-in insert on the flyleaf (see photo). Its 195 pages contain chapters about the garden through all the months of the year, with 18 full color plates by the author in fine quality prints on heavy teal green card. The cover is also teal green cloth with a large Art Nouveau illustration of a Fritillary in bloom in gilt stamping. This copy must be rated poor condition because the cover is separating from the spine, as shown, and the cloth outer spine is disconnected 3/4 way down. However, the interior is in better condition, with only some browning of outer pages. ALL the plates are present, and are very lovely. This is a gem.


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    AUD $38.00

    THE MAKING OF SCOTLAND An Illustrated Ethnographical Account of Scotland Leading to Its Establishment as the United Kingdom of Scotland by Komaki Hideyuki Takeda

    K.M.& C. Publishers, UK, 1995 An illuminating insight into a past obscured by the passage of scantily documented time, from the mesolithic age to the accession of Duncan 1 in 1034 A.D. Included many colour photographs taken by the author to support the text.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Excellent/Very Good. 22cm. Heavy Book Over 500gms.


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    Canadian Cities of Romance by Hale, Katherine

    Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, Limited, 1933 Blue cloth lettered in gilt on boards. No writing except "Katherine Hale with happiest memories and kind regards. May 10th, 1951" on half-title. Many drawings by Dorothy Stevens. Twelve colour illustrations by Charles W. Simpson. Colour illustration of King Street, Saint John, re-attached. DJ shows clear tape at head of front cover and small bits missing head and foot of spine. 240 pp. Heavy book will need extra postage.. Inscribed and Signed By Author. New Enlarged Edition. #98 of 700 Copies. Hard Cover. Very Good Minus/Good Minus. Illus. by Dorothy Stevens and Charles W. Simpson. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    $35.00

    The Heart of Lunenburg by Gill, Thomas M. (Sabattis)

    1930 Original tan soft board covers, lightly soiled. Inscribed and signed "To Mrs. Culley and her family with the author's best regards. Fr. Thomas M. Gill(Sabattis), Sackville, N.B., 1931." B/W photos throughout provided by Canadian National Railways. I have also his The Lure of the City, listed separately.


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    $15.00

    Old Foolishness...or Folklore ? by Earle, George H

    St. Johns, Newfoundland: Harry Cuff Publications Limited, 1987 White softcover showing two clergymen with several other people. Good, clean fun, and informative. 89 pp. Now, where's my Newfoundland Glossary ?. Signed by Author. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by S.E.F.(Sylvia Quinton Ficken). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    $75.00

    Edwin Arlington Robinson and His Manuscripts by Bates, Esther Willard

    Waterville, Maine: Colby College Library, 1944 Original green paper boards with white spine. Portrait DJ foxed. Inner jacket of glassine. Inscribed and signed by author: "For Margaret Adams Clement from Esther Willard Bates 1913-1945" on front free endpaper. The author worked with Robinson from 1913-1945 as his typist. Part of his work was done at the artists' retreat, MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire. 32 untrimmed pp. plus ad for Colby College monographs.


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    £370.00

    A Summary View Of Heraldry In Reference To The Usages Of Chivalry And The General Economy Of The Feudal System by Brydson, Thomas

    Mundell & Son Printers, 1795. FIRST EDITION 1795 SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Published by Mundell & Son Printers. Very Good clean book. The book is nice and tight and the book has virtually no foxing. Signed on the blank endpaper "To the Earl Of Glasgow from the author" Ink figures on front pastedown E-1-27. The original boards have some rubbing and the corners are bumped. The original paper label is stuck loosely to the spine. Exceptional condition for this book. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Full-Leather. Good.


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    $4,000.00

    Anne of Ingleside (Signed) by Montgomery, L.M. (Lucy Maud)

    Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1939 Original bright blue cloth on boards. DJ missing lower right corner and pieces head and foot of spine. Front flap separated but present. No taping or other repairs. This was the last book published in the author's lifetime. Signed, "Yours cordially, L.M. Montgomery" on first free endpaper. No other writing. Lower front corner bumped. Since this book is on consignment, our usual discounts do not apply. 323 pp.. Inscribed and Signed By Author. First Canadian Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fair. Illus. by Charles V. John ( frontispiece). 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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    $25.00

    Prelude to War by C.A. Portnellus

    Prelude to War, Book 1 of Sparrow Wars in the Garden of Bliss. Publisher: Archway Publishing, 09/2013. Cream paper, 646 pages. New softcover. Gorgeous color cover, designed by author. Author hand-signed first editions. Author will dedicate to an individual if desired. Must make a note when you purchase the book. Special offers available for multiple purchases for a book club or library. Richard Barre is a third son of a lineage of third sons. With him, his father and young son, Barton, it is hoped that the centuries' old La Barre family curse will finally end. But for him, he must stay an honorable man and live humbly, and teach his children to do the same. For the family of French Plantation owners in Louisiana, the curse is still viable, and the Barre men certainly take it seriously for temptation can lead to destruction of all they hold dear. It is 1928, and life while simple as a carpenter/furniture maker in Beaumont Texas, with a lovely wife, Charlotte, and three young sons, Richard feels he is luckier than most people. Yet fate and the fates of the world about him, conspire to throw him tempting wild cards. He must choose wisely to save his family and perhaps his soul. For each tempting gain, Richard feels an ill wind blow. After the stock market crash of 1929, any joys or slight rewards are forever diminished. Richard hopes to be a spiritual guiding compass to save his son, Barton, as the world seems to fall apart. The Barre family following their family motto, " Nous sommes contre les vents ", must prevail against the ill winds that blow. Adult themes/language, romance, coming-of-age romance, family saga. Posted: 04/08/2017


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    The Boy's Own Book

    Toronto: National Boys'Work Board of Religious Education Council of Canada, 1929 Original purple cloth on boards. This book has no connection to the Boy's Own periodical published in England. Instead, it is an organ of the Trail Ranger and Tuxis programs originating in the Y.M.C.A. A long inscription to "Gordon" is signed by R. Hunter Parsons, who has also signed his name as Mentor on the Membership Certificate page inside. Cover faded. Interior clean. 104 pp.


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    $50.00

    Now Take Canada by Uncle Bart (Stanley McConnell)

    Toronto: Commonwealth Publishers Limited, 1939 Grey cloth on boards. No writing except "With best wishes from Stanley McConnell." A few strained gutters. An understandable essay on money and value. 170 pp.. Inscribed and Signed By Author. First ( No Additional printings). Hard Cover. Good Plus/No Jacket. Illus. by Les Callan. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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    The Peel Trait by Lincoln, Joseph C

    N.Y.: D. Appleton - Century Co., Inc., 1934 Original blue cloth lettered in gold on boards. Inscribed and signed, "Yours very truly, Joseph C. Lincoln" on second free endpaper. (1) on last page. Photo shows a few small foxing spots and there are two tiny edge tears in the unclipped DJ (Price $2.00). Cyrenus Peel is an old sea captain whose daughter, Lettice, is reputed to be an even better trader than he was. Two other Peel offspring are married and already dreaming about inheriting the old man's money. Two young men are after Lettice, an up-and-comer named David Hooker and an artist, Farley Crowell, whose ambitions are dismissed by Cyrenus as "paintin' cows for a living." 309 pp.


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    Annette; The Story of a Pioneer Woman by Nadeau-Single, Lee

    New York: Vantage Press, Inc., 1990 Black cloth on boards. Unclipped DJ glossy and intact. The author draws upon her habitant background to create this historical novel. Sensible treatment of nakedness, sex, and rape make for a positive learning experience for younger readers. 138 pp.. Signed by Author. First Edition Stated. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    $60.00

    Island in Revolt (Signed) by Foley, Charles

    London: Longmans, 1962 Original red cloth on boards. Charles Foley's account of life in Nicosia as the editor of a newly-founded newspaper. Moves along quickly. Brits sem to be regarded as not-so-necessary evils as the struggle for "enosis" (union with Greece) heats up. EOKA and General Grivas will give him something to write about ! Designated to be given to Jane Armstrong, signed "With love, Charles" on title page, and a longer inscription to Jane, "who has the bug, too". Jane was the wife of and fellow -correspondent with her husband, Lawrence Earl, formerly Larry Wiezel, of Saint John. DJ a little browned along the top, with no other damage or writing. 248 pp.. Inscribed and Signed By Author. First. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good Plus to Very Good. Illus. by B/W Plates and Map. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Seeking the Blessed Community; A History of Canadian Young Friends 1875-1996 by Jolliffe, Kyle

    Guelph, ON: TASC (?), 1997 Glossy photo softcover of 89 pp. bringing together the somewhat scattered history of Young Friends in Canada. . Inscribed and Signed By Author. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photos. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    $30.00

    The Neutral Ground by Hough, Frank O

    Philadelphia: J.B. LippincottCompany, 1941 Black cloth on boards. Hint of foxing on front endpaper. Inscribed and signed to a local author. We have two other Hough titles listed separately, also signed and inscribed to Saint Stephen authors. The "Neutral Ground" is the strip of land between opposing battle lines. Map endpapers. 526 pp.. First Edition Stated. Hard Cover. Good Plus to Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    £40.00

    The City Of Gloucester Its Royal Charters of Liberties and Varying Fortunes by Blakeway, George Sheffield

    Privately Printed, 1924. FIRST EDITION SIGNED BY AUTHOR 1924. On the front pastedown is written "Presented to Mr N Robins, President of Gloucester Labour College by the author The Town Clerk of Gloucester Mr Sheffield Blakeway August 24th 1924". College stamp on pastedown and front endpaper. Book has some staining on the boards. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Less Than Good.


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    Escape from Romania by Kennedy, Gregory and Patricia; as Told to J. Esmonde Barry

    Saint John, N.B.: The Authors, 1993 Original photo cover trade paperback. Intercountry adoption of a little Romanian girl by a couple from Saint John, New Brunswick, following the Romanian revolution of December, 1989. Gregory Kennedy died in November of 2014. "Thanks! Milah Kennedy" hand-printed on title page. 142 pp.. Signed by Milah Kennedy. First ( No Additional printings). Trade Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photos. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    £70.00

    The Fox Hunting Reminiscences Of "Gin & Beer" And Two "Turpin" Romances by Andrews, Tom

    Phillips & Probert Ltd, 1930. FIRST EDITION 1930 SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Published by Phillips & Probert. Hardback. Rare copy signed by the author "Tom Andrews "Gin & Beer" Author". on fep. some browning on pages, some weakness in spine but held together, Boards have some wear, rubbing of the corners, couple of slight marks, crease of spine beginning to tear. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.


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    History of New Brunswick Chapter No. 51 1938-1960 by Kee, Charles A./Kierstead, Sadie O

    Saint John, N.B.: New Brunswick Chapter, Telephone Pioneers of America, 1961 Presentation to first president, Stanley B. Ebbett (bookplate), signed by Wallace Cushing, current president. A comprehensive and detailed record. Both hinges cracked. 94 pp. plus constitution, bylaws, and roll of members. Note: A softcover copy, also, is available at time of listing. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good Plus to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photos and Drawings. 8 1/2x11 in..


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    The Legacy of Lewis Arnold Moss by Moss, Lewis Arnold

    Privately printed. Fine. 1994. Hardcover. Fine hardcover, no names or marks. Signed by the author on the front endpaper. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 306 pages; Signed by Author .


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