John W. Doull, Bookseller, Inc.

Quick Search

Author/Illustrator
Title
Words appearing in our descriptions
Keyword(s)
 
 
 
 

Click on Title to view full description

 
1 ANDERSON, Joseph, Lt.-Colonel Recollections of a Peninsular Veteran
Edward Arnold, London, 1913, 
ANDERSON, Joseph, Lt.-Colonel. Recollections of a Peninsular Veteran . L.: Edward Arnold, 1913. Pp. [i]-xiv,(2),[1]-299,(1), port. frontis. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering and borders to front and spine. The memoirs of theprominent Scottish military man, who later in life was in charge of the se cond penal colony on Norfolk Island, as well as the head of the 50th Regiment in India, before taking up residence in Australia after his retirement. Contents: 1. Early Experiences, 2. The Campaign of Maida, 3. In Egypt, 4. The El-Hamet Disaster, 5. The Battle of Talavera, 6. The Battle of Busaco, 7. The Lines of Torres Vedras, 8. The Lost Regimental Books, 9. The Battle of Fuentes d'Onoro, 10. In Scotland, 11. Voyage to Barbados (sailing across the Atlantic), 12. St. Vincent and Guadeloupe, 13. Dominica, 14. An AmusingDuel, 15. Chased By a Pirate (two captains, one drunk, and an encounter wi th a pirate ship in the Caribbean), 16. Life in Jamaica, 17. Home Again andMarried (with information on a dangerous voage across the Atlantic), 18. T o New South Wales, 19. Norfolk Island (with information on the trial and subsequent execution of 13 mutineers), 20. Sunday Services at Norfolk Island,21. Life at Norfolk Island, 22. Mangalore Cattle Station (including the wr eck of the Friendship), 23. On My Defence, 24. Ordered to Calcutta, 25. Life at Calcutta (including the wreck of the Ferguson), 26. At Moulmein, 27. Voyage Up the Ganges (with hardships and illness on board the vessel), 28. In Command at Cawnpore, 29. The Gwalior Campaign, 30. Wounded and Made Much Of, 31. Return to Cawnpore, 32. On Leave for Two Years (with a voyage to Cape Town), 33. Australia Once More, 34. Second Voyage to Calcutta (sailing back to India), 35. To Cawnpore and Back (including a river steamer voyage),36. India to Cape Town, 37. Return to England, 38. Farewell to the 50th Re giment. Very slightly cocked, nearly cracked between pp. 144-5, sparse light foxing, else vg. 200.00

Price: 200.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
2 ANTHONY, Lew Dreadlock : A novel. First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1981, ISBN:0771007566 
ANTHONY, Lew. Dreadlock : A novel. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, (1981).First Printing. Pp. (6),9-325,(1). 8vo, blue cloth spine with red paper co vered boards, gilt titles to spine. "Meet Mike Shuter -- tough, wordly, competent, yet oddly vulnerable. An ex-MOuntie who spends his time as securitychief of a Toronto-based international airline, and his nights trying to f orget a past that won't stay buried. In Shuter's world, romance and violence are never far away -- and death can be part of the job. The daughter of apowerful politician goes missing from a package holiday in Jamaica, and Sh uter's boss orders her found. It seems a routine assignment: every winter Holidair flies tens of thousands of people to the Caribbean for sun, surf, and sex, and every winter a few decide to stay on and live the sweet life. But the search for Carol Malone turns sour from the start. Before Shuter haseven packed his bags for Montego Bay, there is a series of bizarre deaths at Jamaican resorts and Shuter's Toronto contact -- a Rastafarian and part-time dope dealer -- is found in an alley, hacked to pieces." - from the dustjacket. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

Price: 15.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
3 BENNETT, Alvin God the Stonebreaker. First Edition in dustjacket
Heinemann, London, 1964, 
BENNETT, Alvin. God the Stonebreaker. London : Heinemann, (1964). First Edition. Pp (6),1-[248],(2). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Montego Bay's Beatrice Brown - her neighbours call her Granny B as a sign of respect for her fruitful spinsterhood - is determined that her grandson Panty should achieve the success and esteem his light complexion seems to portend.To further that end, 'GB' plays the illegal Drop Pan lottery, organizes ju mble sales for her own benefit and lavishes her entire income on Panty and his education, instead of paying the rent. Her landlord Quashie comes and tears down the hovel GB and Panty live in, because she insists she can't afford to pay the rent and because it is the way of getting her out of the cabin. Offered a home for herself and Parity by the local parson, GB quickly capitalizes on her situation to, among other things, arrange the seduction of the parson's daughter by Panty and have liersdf appointed treasurer of the Moral Welfare Society. Her purpose is always, of course, to smooth the way for Parity. But the often uproarious humour of God the Stonebreaker is balanced by the pathos and tragedy of Panty's selfish rejection of GB, and her neighbours' ridicule of her apparently wasted efforts. Aivin Bennett's lively language brings sharply to life his West Indians and their speech. Hisbalanced sense of humour and his sympathy for his characters, especially t he less-than-honest GB, provide a new and delightfully moving experience for readers." (from the dj). Penned name, else very good in rubbed and chipped, but uncliupped, dustjacket. 60.00

Price: 60.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
4 BLACK, Clinton V. Tales of Old Jamaica
Collins Educational, 1983, 
BLACK, Clinton V. Tales of Old Jamaica. (Kingston, Jamaica): Collins Educational, (1983). Pp. 127. Illustrated. 8vo, ill. card covers. Includes Annee Palmer, White Witch of Rose Hall and the Women Pirates. Small black marker stroke to half-title, else vg. 15.00

Price: 15.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
5 BOWEN, Frank C. JONES, Pelham London Ship Types. in dj
East Ham Echo, London, 1938, 
BOWEN, Frank C. London Ship Types. Illustrated by Pelham Jones. London: East Ham Echo, 1938. Pp 184. Illustrated with numerous drawings to text. 8vo, green cloth. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography p.287. Table of Contents: Foreword by Captain E. C. Shankland; Points of Vantage on the London River; The East Indiaman: Illustration: Earl of Balcarres; The Blackwall Frigate: Illustration: Vernon; The Atlantic Packet: Illustration: Victoria; The Sailing Collier: Illustration: Betsy Cains; The Early Steam Collier: Illustration: John Bowes; The Old-Time Paddle Tug: Illustration: Uncle Sam; The Early Excursion Steamer: Illustration: London Engineer; The Paddle Liner: Illustration: Great Liverpool; The Tea Clipper: Illustration: Ariel; The Australian Sailing Liner: Illustration: Crusader; The Early ScrewLiner: Illustration: Himalaya; The Sail Training Ship: Illustration: Macqu arie; The Emigrant Steamer: Illustration: Lusitania; The Cable Steamer: Illustration: Hooper; The Steam Tea Clipper: Illustration: Stirling Castle; The Early New Zealand Steamer: Illustration: Kaikoura; The Trinity House Yacht: Illustration: Irene; The Steel Box: Illustration: William Mitchell; The Continental Excursion Paddler: Illustration: La Marguerite; The Coolie Ship: Illustration: Mersey; The Transatlantic Steamer: Illustration: Minnehaha;The Polar Exploration Ship: Illustration: Discovery; The Pre-War Australia n Liner: Illustration Mongolia; The Pre-War Eastern Liner: Illustration: Dongola; The Pioneer Ocean Motor Ship: Illustration: Selandia; The Training Ship: Illustration: Maine; The Australian Grain Racer: Illustration: AbrahamRydberg; The Timber Carrier: Illustration: Belomorcanal; The "Onker": Illu stration: Alastor; The Latest Themes Barge: Illustration: Alf Everard; The Craft Tug: Illustration: Lectro; The Modern Tug: Illustration: Crested Cock; The Transatlantic Steam Liner: Illustration: Aurania; The Motor Cabin Liner: Illustration: Britannic; The Tourist Class Liner: Illustration: American Banker; The Transatlantic Cargo Liner: Illustration: Beaverford; The North Pacific Trader: Illustration: Pacific Reliance; The Steam Tramp: Illustration: Blackheath; The Motor Tramp: Illustration: Sutherland; The Steam Collier: Illustration: Cormount; The Gas Collier: Illustration: Mr. Therm; The Flat Iron: Illustration: Fulham; The Tramping Motor Coaster: Illustration: Suavity; The Regular Motor Coaster: Illustration: Arbroath; The Steam Coaster: Illustration: Illustration: Cragside; The Ferry Steamer: Illustration: Squires; The Up-River Passenger Boat: Illustration: Royal Princess; The Butterfly Boat: Illustration: Queen of the Channel; The Miniature Liner: Illustration: Beachy; The North Sea Packet: Illustration: Patricia; The Nearby Continental Trader: Illustration: Halcyon; The Rabbit Boat: Illustration: Amethyste; The Baltic Trader: Illustration: Baltrover; The Mediterranean Trader: Illustration: Malvernian; The Banana Carrier: Illustration: Jamaica Producer; The Motor Fruiter: Illustration: Oregon Express; The South American Passenger Ship: Illustration: Highland Patriot; The East African Liner: Illustration: Madura; The West Coaster: Illustration: David Livingstone; The Intermediate Cape Liner: Illustration: Dunnottar Castle; The South African Tourist Ship: Illustration: Umtata; The Harbour Service Launch: Illustration: Havengore; The Customs Launch: Illustration: Lynx; The Health AuthoritiesLaunch: Illustration: Howard Deighton; The Overseas Tanker: Illustration: Ancylus; The War Department Steamer: Illustration: A War Department Steamer; The P.L.A. Dredger: Illustration: India; The Wrecking Steamer: Illustration: Yantlet; The L.C.C. Sludge Vessel: Illustration Bazalgette; The TrinityTender: llustration: Reculver; The Fire Float: Illustration: Massey Shaw; The River Plate Meat Carrier: Illustration: Upwey Grange; The Australian Meat Carrier: Illustration: Melbourne Star; The Australian Cargo Liner: Illustration: Clan Macarthur; The Australian Passenger Liner: Illustration: Orion; The Indian Liner: Illustration: Viceroy of India; The Cruising Liner: Illustration: Atlantis. With index. Slightly slack, foxing to edges, smudge on pp 46, ow vg in spine sunned, nicked, lightly soiled dj. 75.00

Price: 75.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
6 BRATHWAITE, Edward Folk Culture of the Slaves in Jamaica.
New Beacon Books, London / Port of Spain, 1970, 
BRATHWAITE, Edward. Folk Culture of the Slaves in Jamaica. London / Port ofSpain : New Beacon Books, (1970). First Edition. Pp [1]-24. 8vo, pale blue stapled card covers. Contents : The African Orientation of Jamaican Folk C ulture. Slave Customs connected with the Life Cycle. Religious Ideas. Religious Practice. Music and Dance. Musical Instruments. Private Entertainments. Public Entertainments. Dress. Houses. Language. Conclusion. Waterstained throughout, else good. As is. 20.00

Price: 20.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
7 BRATHWAITE, Edward Folk Culture of the Slaves in Jamaica. rev ed
New Beacon Books, London / Port of Spain, 1981, ISBN:0901241059 
BRATHWAITE, Edward. Folk Culture of the Slaves in Jamaica. London / Port ofSpain : New Beacon Books, (1981). Revised Edition. Pp [1]-56. 8vo, pink st apled card covers. Dampstain to bottom right corner of volume and to top edge, some inking, else good. As is. 15.00

Price: 15.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
Islands. 1st UK in dj, BRATHWAITE, Edward
8 BRATHWAITE, Edward Islands. 1st UK in dj
Oxford University Press, London, 1969, 
BRATHWAITE, Edward. Islands. L.: Oxford University Press, 1969. First Edition. Pp 113. 8vo, reddish-brown cloth. A book of poetry. Fine in vg, rubbed dj. 50.00

Price: 50.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
9 BRATHWAITE, Edward Rights of Passage. 1st UK in dj
Oxford University Press, London, 1967, 
BRATHWAITE, Edward. Rights of Passage.. L.: Oxford University Press, 1967. First Edition. Pp 86. 8vo, brown cloth. Poetry Book Society Recommendation.Vg in sunned dj. 30.00

Price: 30.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
10 BROWN, Rosemary Being Brown : A Very Public Life. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed copy
Random House, Toronto, 1989, ISBN:0394220501 
BROWN, Rosemary. Being Brown : A Very Public Life. Toronto : Random House, (1989). First Edition. Pp (8),1-248,+ 8 pp plates. Index. 8vo, brown cloth,gilt lettering to spine. ”Rosemary Brown is one of Canada's most dynamic a nd outspoken personalities. Whether talking as a politician, mother educator, her views are always insightful and highly respected. In Being Brown, Rosemary writes about the people and events she has known and witnessed – from her childhood in Jamaica and the family life that helped to shape her early views of life, to her rise within Canada's social fabric, as a politician and concerned citizen.” - from the dj. Very good in unclipped dustjacket.Signed with inscription by the author. 25.00

Price: 25.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
11 CAMPBELL, Carl C. Young Colonials : A Social History of Education in Trinidad and Tobago 1834-1939.
Press University of the West Indies, Barbados / Jamaica / Trinidad and Tobago , 1996, ISBN:9766400113 
CAMPBELL, Carl C. The Young Colonials : A Social History of Education in Trinidad and Tobago 1834-1939. Barbados / Jamaica / Trinidad and Tobago : ThePress University of the West Indies, (1996). First Printing. Pp (10),1-387 ,(3). 8vo, illustrated black and white card covers. “The Young Colonials isa comprehensive study of the social history of education in Trinidad and T obago over the century after slave emancipation. A powerful focus (among several) is how, and to what extent, education was a means towards upward social mobility in a multiracial, twin island Caribbean state. The book addresses continually issues of race, colour, class, gender and the separatist tendencies of Tobago. The study concludes that the role of schools has not been adequately considered previously, or has been undervalued. The Young Colonials also discusses the input of important social groups and institutions- for example teachers, trade unionists, Hindus and Muslims - into the dev elopment of education policies; and it throws valuable light on the social history of legendary secondary schools such as Queen's Royal College, St Mary's College, and St Joseph's Convent. The study enables us today to understand the unusually high respect for brilliant intellectual talent such as that of the late C.L.R. James and the late Dr Eric Williams. Scholars and students searching for the roots of the modern education system in Trinidad and Tobago will find them in this the only study with the necessary scope; in fact an Epilogue brings essential aspects of the history of education up to the year 1981. Scholars will value The Young Colonials for the fresh contributions it makes to the study of the social history of a complex Caribbean society.” - from the back cover. Very good. 35.00

Price: 35.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
12 Canada World Youth) His and Her Stories of Truro
Canada World Youth, 2007, 
(Canada World Youth). His and Her Stories of Truro. N.pl.: (Canada World Youth, 2007). Pp (48). Illustrated. 4to, clear plastic front cover, black paper back cover and spine. "Over the last 3 monms, 18 young men and women from all over Canada andi Jamaica have lived in Truro. For the duration of their stay they have volunteered witH various organizations throughout the town. Truro became the classroom and the teachers were the citizens of Truro. While living in Truro, they collected many stories, wrote poetry and took pictures of the town that they called home. These stories, poems and pictures have been collected into a book. The book is called His & Her Stores of Truro..." (from a promotion leaflet laid into the book). Very good. 17.50

Price: 17.50 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
13 CASSIDY, Frederic G. Jamaica Talk : Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan, London, 1961, 
CASSIDY, Frederic G. Jamaica Talk : Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica . LondoN: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1961. First UK Printing. Pp. (5),vi-ix,(1),1-468,(2), including map frontispiece. 8vo, blue-green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "This thorough study of the English spokenin Jamaica, although intended for the general educated reader rather than the linguistic specialist, has a foundation of sound scholarship. [...] There are chapters on the composition of 'Jamaica Talk', on pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary." - from the dj. Soiling to fore-edges of boards with some discolouration to tail of spine, else very good in rubbed, chipped, price-clipped dustjacket. 30.00

Price: 30.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
14 CASSIDY, Frederic G. Jamaica Talk : Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica. Second Edition in dustjacket.
Macmillan, Basingstoke and London, 1971, 
CASSIDY, Frederic G. Jamaica Talk : Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica. (Basingstoke and London) : Institute of Jamaica / Macmillan, (1971). Second Edition. Pp. (4),[v]-ix,(1),1-468. 8vo, green cloth, giltlettering to spine. "This thorough study of the English spoken in Jamaica, although intended for the general educated reader rather than the linguist ic specialist, has a foundation of sound scholarship which will make it authoritative for many years to come. Professor Cassidy, who was born and brought up in Jamaica, collected most of the material for his book when he was attached to the University College of the West Indies as Fulbright ResearchFellow." - from the dj. Contents: I: History, Pronunciation and Grammar: 1 . Jamaicanisms; 2. Sources of Jamaica Talk; 3. Jamaican Pronunciation; 4. Jamaican Grammar. II: Jamaican Vocabulary: 5. Work and Occupations; 6. Seasons and Places: Measurements; 7. Parts of the Body: Bodily Conditions; 8. People: Races and Types; 9-10. Domestic and Social Life; 11. Religion, Belief, Superstition; 12. John Canoe: Other Entertainments; 13. Wild Animals; 14.Birds; 15. Fish; 16. Plants; 17. Conclusions. Very good in spine-sunned, c risp dustjacket. 35.00

Price: 35.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
15 CAWTHORNE, Nigel Pirates : An Illustrated History.
Capella, London, 2005, ISBN:1841933260 
CAWTHORNE, Nigel. Pirates : An Illustrated History. (London) : Capella, (2005). Pp [1]-144. Illustrated. Index. Double Column. 4to, brown illustrated card covers. “Pirates: An Illustrated History looks at the reality behind these legends and reveals a world often as gripping as anything acted out byErrol Flynn. It portrays the pirates, their weapons, their ships, their vi ctims and their hideouts, including the 'pirate capital city' of Port Royalon Jamaica, once infamous as 'the wickedest city in thew world'.” - from t he back cover. Very good. 10.00

Price: 10.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
16 CHAPMAN, Esther (ed.) JACOBS, H. P. (historical section) CARLEY, Mary M. (bibliographical and geographical section) THWAITES, Marjorie (assisted by) Pleasure Island : The Book of Jamaica. 5th in dj.
Arawak Press, Kingston, Jamaica, 1961, 
CHAPMAN, Esther (ed.). Pleasure Island : The Book of Jamaica . Edited by Esther Chapman. Assisted by Marjorie Thwaites. Historical section by H. P. Jacobs. Bibliographical and geographical section by Mary M. Carley. Kingston,Jamaica: The Arawak Press, (1961). Fifth Printing. Pp. [1]-324. Illustrate d. white cloth with small bordered blue illustration to front and blue lettering to spine. A history of the island of Jamaica which in turns doubles as a tourist guide. Includes the history of the Maroons, local folklore, thenatural history of the island, travel to the island, and place names. Occa sional foxing, else vg in nicked, sparsely dampspotted dj. 20.00

Price: 20.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
17 CLEARY, Al Jamaica Brukin's
Brain Buster Publications, Kingston, 1972, 
CLEARY, Al. Jamaica Brukin's. (Kingston): Brain Buster Publications, (1973). Pp. [1]-79,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Jokes and cartoons divided into sections: Love Life and Humour; Big Boy and Big Boy; Humour and the Law; Insanity and Humour; Humour and Alcohol; Brats and Humour; Humour and the Dead; The Living and Humour. Some smudges and dents to covers, one small tear along bottom front edge, else vg. 20.00

Price: 20.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
18 COLUMBUS, Christopher). LANDSTROM, Bjorn Columbus : The story of Don Cristobal Colon, Admiral of the Ocean, and his four voyages westward to the Indies according to contemporary sources retold and illustrated by Björn Landström. In slipcase.
Macmillan, New York, 1967, 
(COLUMBUS, Christopher). LANDSTRÖM, Björn. Columbus : The story of Don Cristobal Colon, Admiral of the Ocean, and his four voyages westward to the Indies according to contemporary sources retold and illustrated by Björn Landström. New York : The Macmillan Company, (1967). Pp (6),7-207,(1). Double column. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. Sections: Preface; The World Picture; West to the East; Cristoforo Colombo of Genoa; Cristovão Colom in Lisbon, Cristóbal Colón in Castile; The Agreement; Crews and Equipment; Southwest by South; Crossing the Ocean; Guanahani, Island of the Saviour; The Quest for Gold; The Mainland; The Ends of the Earth; The Spanish Island; La Navidad; The First Skirmish; The Return to Europe; Interlude in Portugal; The Sun of Favor; From Cadiz to Navidad; Tragedy in Navidad; Isabela; The Queen's Garden; Down to Earth; Joy and Sorrow in Castile; Another World; The Earthly Paradise; Chaos in the Viceroyalty; Prophecies; The Province of Chiamba; Goldin Veragua; Stranded on Jamaica; The Moment of Truth; Conclusion. With chr onology, sources. bibliography and index. Very good in slipcase. 35.00

Price: 35.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
19 COLUMBUS, Christopher). LANDSTROM, Bjorn Columbus : The story of Don Cristobal Colon, Admiral of the Ocean.
Macmillan, New York, 1967, 
(COLUMBUS, Christopher). LANDSTRÖM, Björn. Columbus : The story of Don Cristobal Colon, Admiral of the Ocean, and his four voyages westward to the Indies according to contemporary sources retold and illustrated by Björn Landström. New York : The Macmillan Company, (1967). Pp (6),7-207,(1). Double column. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. Sections: Preface; The World Picture; West to the East; Cristoforo Colombo of Genoa; Cristovão Colom in Lisbon, Cristóbal Colón in Castile; The Agreement; Crews and Equipment; Southwest by South; Crossing the Ocean; Guanahani, Island of the Saviour; The Quest for Gold; The Mainland; The Ends of the Earth; The Spanish Island; La Navidad; The First Skirmish; The Return to Europe; Interlude in Portugal; The Sun of Favor; From Cadiz to Navidad; Tragedy in Navidad; Isabela; The Queen's Garden; Down to Earth; Joy and Sorrow in Castile; Another World; The Earthly Paradise; Chaos in the Viceroyalty; Prophecies; The Province of Chiamba; Goldin Veragua; Stranded on Jamaica; The Moment of Truth; Conclusion. With chr onology, sources. bibliography and index. Vg. 30.00

Price: 30.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
20 COLUMBUS, Christopher). LANDSTROM, Bjorn Columbus : The story of Don Cristobal Colon, Admiral of the Ocean. in dj
Macmillan, New York, 1967, 
(COLUMBUS, Christopher). LANDSTRÖM, Björn. Columbus : The story of Don Cristobal Colon, Admiral of the Ocean, and his four voyages westward to the Indies according to contemporary sources retold and illustrated by Björn Landström. New York : The Macmillan Company, (1967). Pp (6),7-207,(1). Double column. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. Sections: Preface; The World Picture; West to the East; Cristoforo Colombo of Genoa; Cristovão Colom in Lisbon, Cristóbal Colón in Castile; The Agreement; Crews and Equipment; Southwest by South; Crossing the Ocean; Guanahani, Island of the Saviour; The Quest for Gold; The Mainland; The Ends of the Earth; The Spanish Island; La Navidad; The First Skirmish; The Return to Europe; Interlude in Portugal; The Sun of Favor; From Cadiz to Navidad; Tragedy in Navidad; Isabela; The Queen's Garden; Down to Earth; Joy and Sorrow in Castile; Another World; The Earthly Paradise; Chaos in the Viceroyalty; Prophecies; The Province of Chiamba; Goldin Veragua; Stranded on Jamaica; The Moment of Truth; Conclusion. With chr onology, sources. bibliography and index. Vg in dj. 35.00

Price: 35.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
  1  2 3 4 5 6  NEXT >  


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to info@doullbooks.com
Copyright©2017. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie