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1 BRAMAN, Lillian Fairweather Maritime Advocate 40:09 ROBERTS, Charles G.D. POMEROY, Elsie And Chimneys Huge and Tiled and Tall. An article in The Maritime Advocate and Busy East, April 1950. Vol.40, No.9
1950, 
BRAMAN, Lillian Fairweather. "And Chimneys Huge and Tiled and Tall". An article in The Maritime Advocate and Busy East, April 1950. Volume 40, No.9, pp 5-9, illustrated with 14 photographs of New Brunswick fireplaces. Double column. Also: Elsie Pomeroy's "The Novels of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts"; Irene Barter Harding's "Mail for the Maritimes"; "Beet Sugar Farming Looms on the Crop Horozon of New Brunswick"; Sir Charles G.D. Roberts's "The Prisoner of Mademoiselle" (instalment 19); others. With photograph of Hugh John Flemming to front cover. Very good. 20.00

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2 Canadian Authors' Association-Toronto Branch] ROBERTS, Charles G.D., foreword. BRUCE, Charles. PRATT, E.J. Voices of Victory : Representative Poetry of Canada in War-time.. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1941, 
[Canadian Authors' Association - Toronto Branch]. Voices of Victory : Representative Poetry of Canada in War-time. Toronto : Macmillan of Canada, 1941. First Edition. Pp 97, frontispiece. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.35. Foreword by Charles G.D. Roberts. Includes Charles Bruce, E.J. Pratt, &c. Slight rubbing abd sunning to top and bottom of cloth, else very good in torn dj. 35.00

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3 CARMAN, Bliss ROBERTS, Charles G.D., intro. Sappho : One Hundred Lyrics. British Edition in dustjacket
Chatto & Windus, London, 1930, 
CARMAN, Bliss. Sappho : One Hundred Lyrics. (Introduction by Charles G.D. Roberts). London : Chatto & Windus, 1930. Pp 129. Sm 8vo, off-white paper covered boards. Watters p.38, Laugher p.86, Rhodenizer p.890. Foxing to top edge, light foxing to endpapers, else very good in dustjacket. 40.00

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Canadian Singers and Their Songs : An Album of Portraits and Autograph Poems.  in dj , CASWELL, Edward S. (comp.) RAND, Theodore H. ROBERTS, Charles G.D.
4 CASWELL, Edward S. (comp.) RAND, Theodore H. ROBERTS, Charles G.D. Canadian Singers and Their Songs : An Album of Portraits and Autograph Poems. in dj
William Briggs, Toronto, 1902, 
CASWELL, Edward S. (comp.). Canadian Singers and Their Songs : An Album of Portraits and Autograph Poems. Tor.: William Briggs, 1902. Pp [1]-45,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, pale green cloth spine, green boards. Poems by T.H. Rand, J.W. Bengough, J. Blewett, W.W. Campbell, I.V. Crawford, E.H. Dewart, W.H. Drummond, S.F. Harrison, A.C. Huestis, E.P. Johnson, R.K. Kernighan, A.J. Lockhart, C. Mair, A.F. McCollum, A. Parkinson, C.G.D. Roberts, F.G. Scott, G. Smith, E.B. Summers, E. Wetherald. Lacking ffep, front inner hinge cracked, else vg in chipped, tape-repaired dj. 50.00

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5 CLEVER, Glenn, ed. with an intro. ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir). Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, 10. Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, April 22-24, 1983.
University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa, 1984, ISBN:0776643908 
(ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir). CLEVER, Glenn. The Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, April 22-24, 1983. Edited with an introduction by Glenn Clever. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1984. Pp. (8),[ix]-xiv,[1]-249,(1). 8vo,printed white card covers with grey and maroon lettering to front cover an d spine. Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, number 10. "This volume re-evaluates 'Canada's first man of letters,' Roiberts the poet and novelist; the romancer and translator; the critic and journalist; the historian. Charles G.D. Roberts, 'the father of Canadian Literature', is considered to be 'among the finer and more enduringly interesting writers of his generation,' and 'still a living presence in contemporary poetic consciousness.' His shortcomings are not ignored: 'Frye remakrs tersely that Roberts wrote no intellectualized poetry... because he had nothing intellectual in his mind'; 'Roberts' sense of his failure to develop as a poet may be characterized as a failure of vision...'. The fifteen essays range from an affirmation of Roberts'view 'that literature can express abiding truths; indeed, that truth is ac cessible, determinable, communicable,' to the relativistic approach of Foucault's assertion that the 'author' Charles G.D. Roberts does not exist and there is no coherent identifiable truth permeating his work." -from the rear cover. Contents: John Coldwell Adams's "Roberts, Lampman, and Edmund Collins"; Laurel Boone's "Organizing Bohemia: the Letters of Charles G.D. Roberts"; Fred Cogswell's "The Classical Poetry of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts"; Tracy Ware's "Charles G.D. Roberts and the Elegaic Tradition"; D.M.R. Bentley's "Half Passion and Half Prayer: the New York Nocturnes"; Don Conway's "Roberts and Modernism: the Achievement of 'The Squatter'"; Les McLeod's "Matter into Matter: Evolutionary Idealism in Robersts' 'The Iceberg'"; Robert Alan Burns's "Wide-Eyed in the Void: the Failure of Vision in the Poetry of Charles G.D. Roberts"; Elizabeth Waterston's "Roberts, Parker, and the Usesof History"; William Owen's "Vision and Revision in Roberts' Acadian Roman ces"; Terry Whalen's "Roberts and the Tradition of American Naturalism"; R.D. Mathews's "The Roman de la terre and the Novel of the Land: Charles G.D.Roberts at Work in a Major Canadian Literary Genre"; Michael Hornyansky's "Roberts for Children"; L.R. Early's "Roberts as Critic"; Ed Jewinski's "Michel Foucault, the Author Charles G.D. Roberts, and Some Post-StructuralistImplications for Canadian Criticism"; and "The Achievement of CHarles G.D. Roberts: An Assessment Panel". Previous owner's name inked to flyleaf, fiv e characters inked inside rear cover, else very good. 20.00

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6 DOYLE, Arthur T. CARMAN, Bliss) CODY, H.A.) ROBERTS, Charles G.D.) Heroes of New Brunswick. pbk.
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1984, ISBN:0887901182 
DOYLE, Arthur T. Heroes of New Brunswick. Fredericton : Brunswick Press, (1984). Pp. 133 Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated black and white card covers, red titles to front and spine. Includes biographical sketches on Samuel Leonard Tilley, Alexander (Boss) Gibson, William Brydon-Jack, Isaac Burpee, Milton Gregg, Dr. Wm. F. Roberts, Edward Barron Chandler, Kenneth Colin Irving,Timothy Warren Anglin, Nan MacPherson Smith, Harrison & Wallace McCain, Ch arles G.D. Roberts, Josiah Wood, Antonine Maillet, Pierre Armand Landry, Henry Ketchum, Rev. Clement Cormier, Louise Manny, Pascal Poirier, Bliss Carman, Charles Ingraham Gorman, Jabez Bunting Snowball, Margarida Krause, Samuel Hawkins Napier, and Hiram A. Cody. Light shelfwear, else very good. 10.00

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7 EDGAR, Pelham. ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir POMEROY, E.M. Sir Charles G.D. Roberts and His Time. Excerpted from The University of Toronto Quarterly, Oct. 1943
University of Toronto Quarterly, Toronto , 1943, 
EDGAR, Pelham. Sir Charles G.D. Roberts and His Time. Excerpted from The University of Toronto Quarterly, Oct. 1943, pp 117-126. 8vo, stapled self wraps. A review of E.M. Pomeroy's Sir Charles G.D. Roberts: A Biography (Toronto: Ryerson, 1943). Creased, edges browned, penned date, else good. 10.00

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8 FISHER, John. ROBERTS, Charles G.D. CHURCHILL, Winston John Fisher Reports : An Anthology of Radio Scripts. First Edition, hardcover in dustjacket.
Niagara Editorial Bureau Publishers, Hamilton, 1949, 1949 
FISHER, John. John Fisher Reports : An Anthology of Radio Scripts. [Vignettes] Illustrated by Cecil R. Barlow and Charles Mailer. Hamilton: Niagara Editorial Bureau Publishers, (November, 1949). First Edition. Pp. (2),i-iv,1-185,(1). 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine.

Foreword by W. Sherwood Fox.

A collection of CBC broadcast reports by the New Brunswick-born broadcaster.

Chapters :
1. Testing Time [" The challenge of Canada's conquests since Confederation"];
2. He Could Be Right [" Boom in oil, boom in building, boom in industry means tomorrow's dawn comes today to Alberta and Albertans"];
3. Barbara and Arthur ["A bitter-sweet romance of two young Canadians entrapped in a world drama"];
4. The Meandering Minister [on the Rev. Norman McLeod and his journey from Cape Breton to Waipu];
5. Twentieth Century Tea Party ["A close-up of Winston Churchill and a revolution today in our world, more important than the American War or Independence"];
6. I Followed My Wife ["A humorous insight of Mrs. Canada, everywhere"];
7. Ticket, Please [on commercial aviation, T.C.A., Trans-Canada AirLines, &c];
8. I Peek Behind the Porter on [on black porters on the CNR and CPR];
9. : Try Selling It [on the exodus to the United States and the national anthem, O Canada];
10. Christmas Card Town [on Quebec City];
11. The Growing Bridge [on Prague];
12. One In a Billion, or Is It a Quadrillion? [the story of two twin girls reuiniting] ;
13. Granny has Gone ["A gentle and understanding tribute to the wise women of Canada's farms"];
14. Romance of Seed [on wheat, &c] ;
15. If, As and When [on the coming Saint Lawrence Seaway, pp.86-93];
16. Mighty Mercy [missions from Winnipeg north to the Eskimos];
17. A Woman Caused It [Elizabeth Hughes of Perth, Ontario, the cause of the last duel fought in Canada];
18. We Did It [on Baie Comeau, Québec];
19. Two Wee a Story [on Scotland];
20. Don't Leave It to Leonard [on Leonard Knott];
21. Nobody Knows [on the man known as Jerome, the name given to the nearly dead, legless stranger who washed up on a Digby Neck beach in 1863, pp.132-134];
22. Lassos and Lace ["A melange of tea-sipping Victoria [Vancouver Island] and yip-yipping Cariboo where fish are caught on skates"];
23. I'ff Lotht My Teeth [on Lost and Found departments];
24. Sons of Sam;
25. Antic Anticosti [pp.154-156];
26. That Was Normandy ["A whole French village remembers and reveres one Canadian. Blood ties have a new meaning"];
27. No Bells in St. Mary's [St. Mary's, Ontario];
28. The Poet and the Lumberjack;
29. The Bard of Tantramar [on Charles G.D. Roberts, pp.173-179;
30. L'Envoi - Let's Get Together ;
The Author Reports.

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9 KING, Amabel, compiled by. ROBERTS, Charles G.D., foreword. BRUCE, Charles. PRATT, E.J. Voices of Victory : Representative Poetry of Canada in War-time. Second Edition in dustjacket.
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1942, 
[Canadian Authors' Association - Toronto Branch]. KING, Amabel, compiled by. Voices of Victory : Representative Poetry of Canada in War-time. Compiledby Amabel King.Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1942. Second Edition. Pp. (6) ,v-xiii,(1),1-94,(2), frontis. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.35. Foreword by Charles G.D. Roberts. Includes poems by: Agnes Aston Hill, Isobel McFadden, Carol Coates Cassidy, John E. Nixon, Gloria Lauriston, Leo Cox, Hermia H. Fraser, G. Joy Tranter, John V. Hicks, Margaret Complin, Rita Adams, Laura Thopmson, Robina Monkman, M. Fahrin, Mary E. McCullough, Margaret Gould, Helen E. Ross, Francis William Gray, Norma Smith, Helen Ball, Charles M. Nixon, Mentie du Val, J. Wrexford Watson, Nathaniel E. Benson, Arthur S. Bourinot, Audrey Alexandra Brown, Charles Bruce, Raymond Card, Sara E. Carsley, George Herbert Clarke, Mary Elizabeth Colman, Gordon Dagger, Elizabeth Donaldson, Alice Ann Dorey, John M. Elson, A. Marion Fox, John Murray Gibbon, Norah Godfrey, Katherine Hale, Frances Hanson, Verna Loveday Harden, Dorothy C. Herriman, Edna Jaques, Mariel Jenkins, Leo Kennedy, Amabel King, Watson Kirkconnell, Kenneth Leslie, William Douw Lighthall, Dorothy Livesay, SisterMaura, Wilson MacDonald, Tom MacInnes, S. Morgan-Powell, Kathryn Munro, E. J. Pratt, Hilda M. Ridley, Lloyd Roberts, Theodore Goodridge Roberts, HelenCaister Robinson, Duncan Campbell Scott, Frederick George Scott, A.M. Step hen, Arthur Stringer, Robert Wilson, Florence Westacott, and Clement Wood. Very good in rubbed dustjacket. 32.50

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10 LECKER, Robert, Jack DAVID, and Ellen QUIGLEY, (eds.) . CARMAN, Bliss SCOTT, Duncan Campbell ROBERTS, Charles G.D. Canadian Writers and Their Works : Poetry Series - Volume Two. cloth
ECW Press, Toronto , 1983, 
LECKER, Robert, Jack DAVID, and Ellen QUIGLEY, (eds.) . Canadian Writers and Their Works : Poetry Series - Volume Two. Edited by Robert Lecker, Jack David, Ellen Quigley. Introduced by George Woodcock. (Toronto ) : ECW Press,1983. Pp 289. 8vo, brown cloth. Contents: George Wicken on "William Wilfre d Campbell", Terry Whalen on "Bliss Carman", L.R. Early on "Archibald Lampman", Fred Cogswell on "Charles G.D. Roberts", and Gordon Johnston on "Duncan Campbell Scott". Very good. 35.00

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11 LIGHTHALL, William Douw Canterbury Poets Volume 42 CARMAN, Bliss) ROBERTS, Charles G.D.) Canadian Poems and Lays Selections of Native Verse, Reflecting the Seasons, Legends, and Life of the Dominion
Walter Scott, London, 0, 
LIGHTHALL, William Douw. Canadian Poems and Lays : Selections of Native Verse, Reflecting the Seasons, Legends, and Life of the Dominion. Arranged andedited by William Douw Lighthall. London: Walter Scott, n.d. Pp. (6),[vii] -xxxii,[1]-276,(4) o ads at rear. 12mo, green cloth boards with gilt lettering and decoration to spine. The Canterbury Poets Volume 42. Watters p 114;Rhodenizer p 959. Includes the following poets: Arthur J. Lockhart, John R eade, John Talon-Lespérance ("Laclède"), William Wye Smith, "Fidelis", Charles G.D. Roberts, William Douw Lighthall, Barry Stratton, John E. Logan ("Barry Dane"), Charles Mair, Thomas D'Arcy M'Gee, Frederick George Scott, John Waniente Jocks, Mrs. J.F.W. Harrison ("Seranus"), William M'Lennan, Arthur Wentworth Eaton, Duncan Campbell Scott, John Hunter-Duvar, Isabella Valancey Crawford, Alexander M'Lachlan, William Wilfred Campbell, Bliss Carman, Mrs. Susanna (Strickland) Moodie, Charles Lee Barnes, Charles Dawson Shanly, Charles Sangster, Helen Fairbairn, Arthur Weir, John Lowry Stuart, "Fleurange", George Murray, M.J. Katzmann Lawrson, William Kirby, Sarah Anne Curzon, Major Richardson, J.A. Fraser, Annie Rothwell, [James] de Mille, GeorgeFrederick Cameron, Arthur John Lockhart, George Martin, J.D. Edgar, K.L. J ones, E. Pauline Johnson, Nicholas Flood Davis, H.R.A. Pocock, Archibald Lampman, Charles Heavysege, Mrs. [Rosanna] Leprohon, and E.W. Thomson. With many of Maritime provinces reference. Light spotting to edges, sparse foxing, else very good, bright. 30.00

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12 LOWRY, H. D. ROBERTS, Charles G.D. ROBINSON, Charles Make-Believe. First Edition. association copy
John Lane The Bodley Head, London & New York, 1896, 
LOWRY, H. D. Make-Believe. Illustrated by Charles Robinson. London & New York : John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1896. First Edition. Pp (8),[9]-159,(5),[1]-[14](A List of Books in Belles Lettres, John Lane 1897),(2). Illustrated.8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering and illustration to front board and spine m top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Charles Robinson (1870–1937) was a prolific British book illustrator. The first full book he illustrated was RobertLouis Stevenson's A Child's Garden of Verses (1895). This title is an earl y example of his work. An association copy with a gift inscription from eminent Canadian author Charles G. D. Roberts, dated Xmas 1897, with name of recipient clipped from flyleaf, cocked, else a very good, bright copy. 150.00

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13 MOUNT, Nick Studies in Book and Print Culture) ROBERTS, Charles G.D.) When Canadian Literature Moved to New York. First Edition in dustjacket
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2005, ISBN:080203828x 
MOUNT, Nick. When Canadian Literature Moved to New York. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (2005). First Edition. Pp. [i]-x,[1]-217,(5), + 8 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth with silver lettering to spine. A volume in the Studies in Book and Print Culture series. The story of the mass exodus of Canadian writers (Ernest Thompson Seton, Charles G. D. Roberts, Bliss Carman, Sara Jeannette Duncan, et al.) to New York in the later part of the nineteenth century, as Canadians began to get garner a "receptive audience and recognition from non-Canadian publishers and reviewers ... [in the] centre of the continental literary market". - from thedj. Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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14 Nova Scotia - Journal of Education SEXTON, F.H. ALLEN, E. Chesley ROBERTS, Charles G.D. Journal of Education. September 1941 Fourth Series, Vol. 12. No. 5. Total No. 249
King's Printer, Halifax , 1941, 
(Nova Scotia – Journal of Education). Journal of Education. September 1941 [Fourth Series, Vol. XII. No. 5 (Total No. 249)]. Halifax, N.S.: King's Printer, 1941. Pp (1),554-710,(2) including covers. 8vo, printed white stapledwrappers. Contents : Education in the United States of America; Democracy in Education; Changing Social Aims in the Education of Teachers (by Frank E. Baker); The Unknown City (a poem by Sir Charles G.D. Roberts); Education After the War; Education and the Social Pattern; Boys on Their School Life (Opinions from the Recently Left); Your Music Record Library; Music as Education (by Mabel Carnell); Do Public Trade Schools Provide the Answer to theEducational Demands of Our Time? (by F.H. Sexton); A “Spectator” Paper; Mr . Ounch ia a Hundred Years Old (by Harold Hobson); An October Ramble (by E.Chesley Allen); Fairy Rings of Memory (by Agnes de lano); International Af fairs; The Central Library; Catalogue of Silent and Sound Films; The Filmslide Library; Broadcasts to Schools, 1941-42; Release of School Boys for Farm Work; plus other miscellaneous items and poems. Margins browned, rubbed, tear to bottom edge at rear, some underlining, else good. 25.00

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15 PIERCE, Lorne ROBERTS, Charles G.D. CARMAN, Bliss SHERMAN, Francis Three Fredericton Poets : Writers of The University of New Brunswick and the New Dominion. ltd ed.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933, 
PIERCE, Lorne. Three Fredericton Poets : Writers of The University of New Brunswick and the New Dominion. Alumni Oration, Encoenia, May 19, 1933. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1933). Pp. 30. 8vo, stapled blue card covers, bluelettering to front. A short discussion on the works of Charles G.D. Robert s, Bliss Carman, and Francis Sherman. This edition is limited to two hundred and fifty copies only. Covers lightly rubbed with minor sunning to spine,name stamp to ffep, else very good. 60.00

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Three Fredericton Poets : Writers of The University of New Brunswick and the New Dominion. Limited Edition, PIERCE, Lorne ROBERTS, Charles G.D. CARMAN, Bliss SHERMAN, Francis
16 PIERCE, Lorne ROBERTS, Charles G.D. CARMAN, Bliss SHERMAN, Francis Three Fredericton Poets : Writers of The University of New Brunswick and the New Dominion. Limited Edition
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933, 
PIERCE, Lorne. Three Fredericton Poets : Writers of The University of New Brunswick and the New Dominion. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1933). Pp. 30. 8vo, stapled blue card covers, blue lettering to front. A short discussion on the works of Charles G.D. Roberts, Bliss Carman, and Francis Sherman. This edition is limited to two hundred and fifty copies only. Covers sunned, else vg. 75.00

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17 PRATT, E. J. Canadian Poetry Magazine, 2:2) ROBERTS, Charles G.D. LIVESAY, Dorothy Puck Reports Back
Canadian Authors' Association, Toronto, 1937, 
PRATT, E. J. "Puck Reports Back" . A poem in Canadian Poetry Magazine, vol.2, no. 2, October 1937, pp. 43-49. Toronto: Canadian Authors' Association, 1937. Pp. (1)-62,[2]. 8vo, printed yellow card covers. Also includes works by Nathaniel A. Benson, Joseph Fisher, Duncan Campbell Scott, Charles G. D . Roberts, Wilson macdonald, Leo Kennedy, Dorothy Livesay, Charles Bruce, Annie Charlotte Dalton, Francis Pollock, A. M. Stephen, F. Robina Monkman, Ethelwyn Wetherald, Florence Randal Livesay, Mary Elizabeth Colman, Theodor Goodridge Roberts, Lloyd Roberts, Katherine Hale, Elizabeth Hastings, DorisFerne, Charles Clay, Floris Clark McLaren, Arthur Stringer, Constance Davi es Woodrow, Kathryn Munro, Clara Hopper, Mary I. Woodworth, Pauline Havard,Helen Fitzgerald Dougher, Maisie Devitt, Diana Skala, and Dorothy Roberts Leisner. Covers detached, head of spine chipped, faint dampstaining to top edge, name inked to title page, else vg. For the issue. 15.00

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18 ROBERTS, Charles G. D. Backwoodsmen
Ward, Lock & Co., Limited, 1909, 
ROBERTS, Charles G. D. The Backwoodsmen. L: Ward, Lock & Co., Limited, [ca.1909]. Pp. 317. With twenty plates. 8vo, rebound with navy leather laid ov er navy cloth covered boards with gilt trim, illustration of a falcon and the words "Falconbury Fortuna Favente" to the front in gilt, raised bands with gilt decoration to the spine, navy leather to five of the six compartments, the sixth being cloth, maroon title block with gilt lettering to the spine, t.e.g. Leather to spine worn with one raised band detaching, corners and edges well worn, the plate on p. 223 detached, else vg. 80.00

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19 ROBERTS, Charles G. D. Book of the Rose. 1st US ed
L. C. Page & Company, 1903, 
ROBERTS, Charles G. D. The Book of the Rose. Bosotn: L. C. Page & Company, 1903. Pp. 83. Coloured frontis with tissue guard. Small 8vo, green cloth , gilt titles and roses to front, gilt titles to spine, t.e.g. A small collection of poems. Owner's inscription inked to ffep, slight wear to spine endsand corners, else vg in clear wrapper. 100.00

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20 ROBERTS, Charles G. D. Canada Speaks of Britain and Other Poems of War
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1941, 
ROBERTS, Charles G. D. Canada Speaks of Britain and Other Poems of War. (Toronto: Ryerson Press, March 28, 1941). Pp. 15. Small 8vo, stapled offwhite card covers with photograph of Roberts on front. Covers rubbed, small tear to tail of spine, else vg. 20.00

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