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1 ACORN, Milton LAING, Don MILLER, Glenn HEAD, Jim In the Sky
Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1976, 
ACORN, Milton. "In the Sky". A poem published in Signatures : Poems of Canada : Two, edited by Jim Head, Don Laing and Glenn Miller, p. 55. (Don Mills, Ont.): Thomas Nelson & Sons, (1976). Pp. 70. Large 8vo, red card covers, grey ill. to front, grey titles to front and spine. Also includes Alden Nowlan's "On the Nature of Human Compassion"; Margaret Atwood's "Bull Song" and "The Animals in That Country": Irving Layton's "The Predator". Verical crease the length of the front cover, spine and front worn, else vg. 15.00

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2 ADAMS, W. H. Davenport BARNABY, N. (appendix) Famous Ships of the British Navy; or, Stories of Enterprise and Daring collected from Our Naval Chronicles
James Hogg and Sons, 1863, 
ADAMS, W. H. Davenport. Famous Ships of the British Navy; or, Stories of Enterprise and Daring collected from Our Naval Chronicles. With numerous illustrations and diagrams; and an Appendix on Iron-Clad Ships by N. Barnaby. L: James Hogg and Sons, 1863. Pp. (6), [vii]-xiv, [1], 16-316, (4). With [7]pp. of plates. Frontis with tissue guard. Small 8vo, blue cloth, gilt bord ers and cameo portrait of Nelson to the front, gilt titles and embellishments to spine. Short histories of several of the Royal Navy's most famous sailing ships and the gallant captains that sailed aboard them. Includes the "Mary Rose", Sir Francis Drake and the "Golden Hind", Admiral Robert Blake and his flag-ships the "Triumph", the "Swiftsure" and the "St. George", the "Royal Charles", the "Centurion", William Bligh and the "Bounty", the "Arethusa", a French frigate captured in May 1759 and added to the British Navy under the same name, Nelson's "Victory, and the story of the shipwreck of the "Alceste". Ex-libris Pullen. Binding cracked in several places, spine slightly sunned, with some wear to the head and tail, corners bumped, the occasional foxed spot here and there, inked presentation inscription to the front paste-down, else a very good copy. 125.00

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3 ADKINS, Ray. ADKINS, Lesley. NELSON). Jack Tar : Life in Nelson's Navy. 1st pbk.
Abacus, London, 2009, ISBN:9780349120348 
ADKINS, Ray and Lesley. Jack Tar : Life in Nelson's Navy. [Front cover adds: "The extraordinary lives of ordinary seamen in Nelson's navy"]. (London):Abacus, (2009). First Paperback Printing. Pp. [i]-l,[1]-429,(1), + 16 p. o f plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated cream card covers with blue and redlettering to front and spine. "When Lord Nelson was born 250 years ago, th e navy for which he sacrificed his life depended on one thing above all else -- the thousands of sailors and marines who manned the great wind-poweredwooden warships. These ordinary men were drawn -- often unwillingly -- fro m all over Britain and beyond, and they made the Royal Navy invincible through skill, courage and sheer determination. 'Jack Tar' gives these forgotten men a voice in an enthralling picture of what their life was really like during this age of sail. Letters, diaries and other manuscripts reveal how they lived, worked, fought and died on board the warships. Their emotions and experiences are explored, from the dread of press-gangs and shipwreck, to the exhilaration of battle, grog, prize-money and prostitutes." - from the rear cover. Very good. 12.50

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4 ADKINS, Roy, and Lesley ADKINS. ADKINS, Lesley NELSON, Horatio War for All the Oceans : From Nelson at the Nile to Napoleon at Waterloo. in dj.
Viking, New York, 2007, ISBN:9780670038660 
ADKINS, Roy, and Lesley ADKINS. The War for All the Oceans : From Nelson atthe Nile to Napoleon at Waterloo. (New York) : Viking, (2007). First Print ing. Pp [i]-xxvi,[1]-534,+ 16 pp plates. Maps. Index. 8vo, blue paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. "From its very first page, The War for All the Oceans is an adventure story—a superb account of the naval war thatlasted from Napoleon's seizure of power in 1798 to the War of 1811 with th e United States. Most naval histories stop at Nelson's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.. Yet the Royal Navy took on almost every other nationthat had a rival fleet: the French, Spanish, Dutch, Danes, Russians, Turks and Ameri­cans. Shipping routes all over the world were guarded to ensure that trade with Britain was not interrupted, and, as Napoleon lost his empire, Britain formed solid, imperial foundations—all because the British navygained control of the oceans. Roy and Lesley Adkins bring this naval war t o life, writing about its heroes, ship maneuvers and shipboard life with equal relish. They paint a brilliant picture of the large fleet actions of the war, such as the battles of the Nile and Copenhagen; duels between pairs of ships, such as the HMS Shannon and USS Chesapeake; and combined naval and army operations like the disas­trous Walcheren expedition. They provide aringside seat to the earliest attacks with torpedoes and rock­ets and a fr esh look at our own country in a brilliant rendering of the War of 1811, fought in our nation's infancy. As in Nelson's Trafalgar, the Adkinses delight in the details, drawing vivid portraits of the sailors as well as the press-gangs, prostitutes and spies who populated this epic war." - from the dj. Underlining in pen on page 126, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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5 AHMAD, Muslehuddin Tale of the First Private University of Bangladesh - North South University- (Genesis - Establishment - Rise and Thereafter) : Recommendations for Re forms of the Sector. 1st ed in dj
Academic Press and Publishers Limited, Dhaka, 2004, ISBN:9840801848 
AHMAD, Muslehuddin. The Tale of the First Private University of Bangladesh - North South University - (Genesis - Establishment - Rise and Thereafter) : Recommendations for Reforms of the Sector. Dhaka : Academic Press and Publishers Limited, (February 2004). First Edition. Pp (8),iii-x,1-155,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine, black paper covered boards. Contents : Chapter I - 1. Emergence of the idea of a Private University in Bangladesh. 2, The name "North South University (NSU). 3. International Advisory Board.4. Collection of funds. 5. Foundation structure. 6. The process of governm ent permission. 7. The private University Act. 8. Establishment of The First Private University. 9. NSU Takes off. 10. NSU's Formal Opening ceremony. 11. Foundation Politics and Election of a Chairperson. 12. Policy Making. 13. Admission & Standard of Education. 14. President or Vice- chancellor? 15. NSU's first convocation. 16. Academic Collaboration with Foreign Universitiesn. 17. Visit to South Africa-meeting with Nelson Mandela. 18. Meeting of International Advisory Board at Harvard. 19. Meeting at Oxford University. 20. Award of "Poet Sarojini Naidu Gold Medal" 21. Admission Problem. 22. Governance & Management. 23. Writ petition field against the Chancellor's order. 24. Rule was discharged and stay order vacated by the High Court. 25.New VC was appointed. 26. Comments on the system and proceddure of the Cou rt Case. 27. Degree Certificates issued. 28. Effect of Governance & Management crises on the University. 29. Did money make the University? 30. The founders of NSU. Chaper II : The Standard of Education in Private Universities Recommendations for reforms. 1. The Standard of Education in Private Universities-recommendations for reforms of the sector. 2. Private University Act needs to be amended. 3. Role of sponsors/Trustees in the Private Universities. 4. University funds and their controls. 5. Independent accreditationcouncil to be set up. 6. Is Government permission necessary to start a pri vate University? 7. Education Loan through banks and insurance companies. 8. Workd Bank Other Donors. 9. Private University system brought good effectin the higher education sector. 10. "No student politics" In private Unive rsities. 11. Teachers' Politics. 12. Election of VC & Deans. Chapter III. 1. Colleges should Be allowed to award Degrees. 2. School Education. Some wrinkling to pages, else very good in dustjacket (with flaps attached to inside covers). 40.00

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6 ALLEN, Kenneth WOOD, Peter M. Sea Captains and their Ships. 1st UK in dj
Odhams Books, 1965, 
ALLEN, Kenneth. Sea Captains and their Ships. Illustrated by Peter M. Wood. L.: Odhams Books, (1965). First Printing. Pp 160. 8vo, blue cloth. A book for juvenile readers about famous Captains and their ships. Included are Christopher Columbus and the Santa Maria, Grenville and the Revenge, Blake and the George, Anson and the Centurion, Bligh and the Bounty, Nelson and the Victory, Broke and the Shannon, Salmond and the Birkenhead, Tryon and the Victoria, Sturdee and the Invincible, Harwood and the Ajax, Vian and the Cossack, Kennedy and the PT 109, Kerans and the Amethyst. Gift inscription, else vg in price-clipped dj. 40.00

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7 American Neptune BARD, Nelson P. BURLIN, Paul Thompson MARGOLIN, Samuel G. American Neptune : A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History and Arts, Volume55, No. 1, Winter 1995
Peabody Museum of Salem and Essex Institute, Salem, MA , 1995, 
(American Neptune). The American Neptune : A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History and Arts, Volume 55, No. 1, Winter 1995. Salem, MA : Peabody Essex Museum, 1995. Pp [1]-92. Illustrated. Map. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : “Might and Would Not”: The Earl of Warwick's Privateering Expedition of 1627 (by Nelson P. Bard, Jr., pp 5-18); Guardships on the Virginia Station, 1667-1767 (by Samuel G. Margolin, pp 19-41); Naval Operations in West Africa and the Disruption of the Slave Trade during the American Revolution (by Keith P. Hertzog, pp 42-48); Arthur Sewall: Portrait of a Nineteenth-Century American Shipbuilder (by Paul Thompson Burlin,pp 49-66); plus news and book reviews. Very good. 10.00

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8 American Neptune COOPER, James Fenimore PHILBRICK, Thomas FRANKLIN, Wayne American Neptune : A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History and Arts, Volume57, No. 4, Fall 1997 Special issue on : James Fenimore Cooper, the Birth o f American Maritime Experience.
Peabody Museum of Salem and Essex Institute, Salem, MA , 1997, 
(American Neptune). The American Neptune : A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History and Arts, Volume 57, No. 4, Fall 1997. Salem, MA : Peabody Essex Museum, 1997. Pp (3),296-388,[i]-xxi,(3). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Special issue on : James Fenimore Cooper, the Birth of American Maritime Experience. Contents : Introduction: Becoming James Fenimore Cooper (by Wayne Franklin, pp 299-314); Fact and Fiction: Uses of Maritime History in Cooper's Afloat and Shore (by Thomas Philbrick, pp 315-322); James Fenimore Cooper's Ned Myers: A Life Before the Mast (by William S. Dudley, pp 323-330); Nelson Resartus: Legitimate Order in Cooper's Fleet Novel (by Robert D. Madison, pp 331-334); Illustrations from J. F. Cooper's History of the Navy of the United States (pp 335-342); Enabling and Disabling the Lake Erie Discussion: James Fenimore Cooper and Alexander Slidell Mackenzie Respond to the Perry/Elliott Controversy (by Hugh Egan, pp 343-350); Cooper as Passenger (by Wayne Franklin, pp 351-358); Images of the Sailor in the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper (by Harold D. Langley, pp 359-370); Cooper and the Sea: A Bibliographical Note (by Robert D. Madison, pp371-372); plus news and book reviews. Very good. 10.00

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9 ANSON, George). PACK, S.W.C. PACK, S.W.C. Admiral Lord Anson : The story of Anson's voyage and naval events of his day. 1st UK in dj
Cassell, 1960, 
(ANSON, George). PACK, Captain S.W.C. Admiral Lord Anson : The story of Anson's voyage and naval events of his day. London: Cassell, (1960). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xvii,(1),1-[262], portrait frontispiece, + 16 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. NMM II:249. Admiral George Anson (b. April 23, 1697, Staffordshire - d.June 6, 1762, Moor Park, Hertfordshire). "The career of Admiral Lord Anson heralded the most glorious epoch in the history of the Royal Navy. He was the first of the great eighteenth century admirals, preceding Rodney, Howe,St. Vincent and finally Nelson, whose mighty victory at Trafalgar set the seal on a process which was based not only on those qualities of seamanship, command and heroism which they all, without exception, possessed, but equally important, on the reorganization of the navy itself. [...] Anson was asailor in the tradition of Drake and Hawkins and his early life reads like the saga of a successful buccaneer. When in 1740 he was sent to harry the Spanish American possessions, he achieved not only this specific objective,but came home, after an epic voyage of circumnavigation involving terrible losses and setbakcs surmounted through leadership and resolve, with the ri chest prize cargo in history. [...] Later he was appointed to the Admiralty, where he served, with only a short break, from 1745 until his death in 1762, eventually becoming First Lord. In this capacity he introduced many reforms, salvaging the Navy from its moribund state and earning for himself the title 'Father of the Navy'." - from the dustjacket. Contents: Background on Anson's Time; Anson's Early Life; War with Spain; Scurvy and Storm take their Toll; Events at Juan Fernandez, and the End of the Tryal; More Prizes, and the Burning of Paita; From Paita to Quibo, and the Search for the Galleon; Petition by the Officers of the Tryal; The End of the Gloucester; Marooned Ashore at Tinian; Further Search for the Galleon; War with France; Anson at Admiralty; The Engagement in the Law Courts; Anson's Victory off Finisterre; The navy Once More Paramount; An Uneasy Peace; The Loss of Minorca; The Struggle for Command of the Sea; The Eclipse of France's Naval Power;Saunders at Quebec; Years of Glory. With index. Very good in nicked, uncli pped dustjacket. 35.00

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10 ARCHIBALD, A. Gordon (ed.) Telephone Stories by Telephone People. signed
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1992, ISBN:088999465x 
ARCHIBALD, A. Gordon (ed.). Telephone Stories by Telephone People. Hantsport : Printed by Lancelot Press, n.d. [1992]. Pp (2),3-135,(1). 8vo, blue andgrey card covers with white spine. Includes stories related by Fred Afflec k, A. Gordon Archibald, Margaret Ruth Bagnall, Cyril Bishop, Agnes (Bowser)Merriott, R.P. "Bob" Boutilier, Alice Brown, Edith (Cameron) Purdy, Mary M . Campbell, Mabelle chapman, Wm. P. Curran, H.C. Crane, Frances Phillips Daley, Nellie Dauphinee, Bill Dell, Stan Fredericks, R.A. Freeman, DeLancey "Babe" Gesner, Nita Hadley, Anna A. Hardy, Alberta Higens, F.S. Hoare, Richard F. Jeffery, George H. Keyes, Cecil LeMoine, E.L. Locke, Mary "Toots" MacDonald, Roy T. MacDougall, Lenora MacKenzie, A. Murray MacKay, Ian R. MacLeod, Mildred MacMillan, Anna MacCallum, Ann L. McGuire, George MacLeod, Garnet (Rosie) Nelson, J. Evans Nichols, A.D. Nickerson, Spurgeon L. Nixon, Dalton F. Mailman, Ken Margeson, Len Margeson, John I. Marshall, Victor Minty,Walter Mumford, G.R. Perkins, Mrs Amy Petersen, Howard Pledge, B.A. REdmon d, Beatrice L. Riley, Carroll H. Silver, Cliff Simms, J.P. Sullivan, Mrs EdThompson, J. Alan Wilson, Miss Pauline Woodworth, and Marshall Woodside. L ight spotting to first couple pages, else very good. Signed without inscription by Archibald on the title page. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 12.00

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11 Art Auction - Nova Scotia. Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation Art Auction in co-operation with Visual Arts Nova Scotia. Auctioneer courtesy of Sotheby Parke Bernet (Canada) Inc. Thursday, November 24, 1983 at 8:00 p.m.. The Lord Nelson Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Catalogue
Dalhousie Medican Research Foundation, Halifax , 1983, 
(Art Auction). The Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation Art Auction in co-operation with Visual Arts Nova Scotia. Auctioneer courtesy of Sotheby Parke Bernet (Canada) Inc. Thursday, November 24, 1983 at 8:00 p.m.. The Lord Nelson Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Catalogue admits two. Halifax : Dalhousie Medican Research Foundation, 1983. Pp 1-32. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green stapled wrappers. Art by various artists including Tom Forrestall, Gordon Roache, Ken Tolmie, and others. Rubbed, light edgewear, else very good. 15.00

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12 Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Acadia Nova
Art Gallery of Nova Scotian AGNS, Halifax, 1980, 
(Art Gallery of Nova Scotia). Acadia Nova. [Halifax]: (Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1980). Pp. [40]. Triple column, parallell text. Illustrated in black & white. Oblong 8vo, stapled illustrated cream card covers. An exhibitioncatalogue involving the works of fifteen Acadian artists from New Brunswic k and Nova Scotia. "This exhibition surveys the sensibility of the Acadian community from the 1960s to the present time. An exhibition , although conceived as an Atlantic Provinces project and processed through respective professional representatives was condensed by curator Patrick Condon Laurette into a 'statement' involving fifteen artists from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the geographical area that repeats the concentration of the early Acadians. This exhibition achieves a logical form by virtue of four categories:- sculpture, folk art, painting, and conceptual criticism, presented with a due regard for the historical significance of these forms with in Canadian and international contexts." from the foreword / Avant-propos by BaernardRiordon. The artists: Marie-Helene Allain, Jacques Arseneault, Paul Babin, Paul Bourque, Herménégilde Chiasson, Medard Cormier, Yvon Gallant, Marcel Hebert, Leo. B. Leblanc, Jacques Martin, Claude Rousse'l, Romeo Savoie, Nelson Surette (born in Yarmouth), André Therriault, Roger Vautour. Very good.20.00

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13 Association of the Bar of the City of New York Centennial Convocation, Philharmonic Hall, February 17, 1970. [Supplement] The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Vol. 25, No. 3, Centennial 1870-1970, March 1970.
1970, 
(Association of the Bar of the City of New York). The Centennial Convocation, Philharmonic Hall, February 17, 1970. [Supplement] The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Vol. 25, No. 3, Centennial 1870-1970, March 1970. Speakers : Merrill E. Clark, Jr., Chairman, The Centennial Committee; Francis T.P. Plimpton, President of the Association; The Honorable Nelson A. Rockefeller, Governor of the State of New York; The Honorable John V. Lindsay, Mayor of the City of New York; The Honorable Warren E.Burger, Chief Justice of the United States. Pp [1]-24 including covers. 8v o, pale yellow printed stapled self-wraps. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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14 ATKINSON, J., Captain, comp. WOOD, H. Evelyn, Field-Marshal Sir, foreword ABC of the Army : An illustrated guide to military knowledge for those who seek a general acquaintance with elementary matters pertaining to the British Army. as is.
Gale & Polden, Ltd. and Nelson House, London and Portsmouth, 1914, 
ATKINSON, J., Captain, comp. ABC of the Army : An illustrated guide to military knowledge for those who seek a general acquaintance with elementary matters pertaining to the British Army. Compiled by Captain J. Atkinson. Withforeword by Field-Marshal Sir H. Evelyn Wood. London and Portsmouth: Gale & Polden Ltd., 2 Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, E.C., Wellington Works, Aldershot, and Nelson House, Portsmouth, (1914). Obtainable from all Booksellers. Pp. (8),[vii]-x,(2),1-114,(16), + 24 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covered boards. Covers nearly detached, spine nearly gone, foxing, peeling covers. As is. 25.00

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15 AVERY, Harold In Days of Danger: A Tale of the Threatened French Invasion
Thomas Nelson and Sons, London, 0, 
AVERY, Harold. In Days of Danger: A Tale of the Threatened French Invasion.London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, [n.d.]. Pp. [1]-396,(4). Illustrated with 3 colour plates + frontispiece. 8vo, decorated grey cloth covers. Colour plate at pg. 21 missing, ex library stamps to front pastedown and ffep, frontinner hinge cracked, sticker to spine, light wear to corners of pages, wea r to extremities of covers, light soiling to covers, else vg. 35.00

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16 AVERY, Harold Ernest Shepard Play the Game : A School Story. ex-lib
Thomas Nelson and Sons, 0, 
AVERY, Harold. "Play the Game!" : A School Story. [Illustrated by Ernest Shepard]. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, n.d., [ca. 1900?]. Pp. 343. Coloured frontis with tissue guard plus three additional plates. 8vo, maroon cloth, black & white illustration to front and spine, gilt lettering. Ex-library(stamps and spine sticker), ffep removed, spine roll, front inner hinge cr acked and crudely tape repaired, faint white stain to fore-edge, else vg. 30.00

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17 AVERY, Harold Ernest Shepard Play the Game" : A School Story
Thomas Nelson and Sons, 0, 
AVERY, Harold. "Play the Game" : A School Story. Illustrated by Ernest Shepard. L: Thomas Nelson and Sons, n.d., [ca. 1900?]. Pp. 343. Coloured frontis with tissue guard plus three additional plates. 8vo, maroon cloth, black & white illustration to front and spine, gilt lettering. Front hinge cracked, spine ends and illustration worn, edges rubbed, corners bumped, previous owner's name pencilled to ffep, else vg. 40.00

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18 BALL, Nelson At the Edge of the Frog Pond. pbk.
Mercury Press, Toronto, 2004, ISBN:1551281104 
BALL, Nelson. At the Edge of the Frog Pond . (Toronto): Mercury Press, (2004). Pp. [1]-64. 8vo, illustrated white and grey card covers. A sselection of poems dealing with wilderness life, by the prolific Canadian poet. Vg. 12.50

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19 BALL, Nelson Concrete Air. 1st pr.
Mercury Press, Stratford, ON, 1996, ISBN:155128040x 
BALL, Nelson. The Concrete Air . (Stratford, ON): The Mercury Press, (1996). First Printing. Pp. [1]-96. 8vo, decorated grey card covers. A collectionby the Ontario poet and bookseller. Vg. 12.00

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20 BALLANTYNE, Robert Michael Martin Rattler : or A Boy's Adventures in the Forests of Brazil
T. Nelson and Sons, London, 1867, 
BALLANTYNE, Robert Michael. Martin Rattler : or A Boy's Adventures in the Forests of Brazil. London : T. Nelson and Sons, 1867. Pp. 330. Illustrated. 8vo, pressed green decorative cloth, gilt lettering and decoration to spine. See Quayle, R.M. Ballantyne: A Bibliography of First Editions p.36 for the first edition. Binding cocked, hinges starting, spine cloth slightly bubbled, spine ends and corners bumped, missing flyleaf, bookseller's small blindstamp to rear fep, else very good. 40.00

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