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1 ANDERSON, William James Two Chapters in the Life of F.M., H.R.H. Edward, Duke of Kent
Hunter, Rose & Company, Ottawa, 1869, 
ANDERSON, William James. Two Chapters in the Life of F.M., H.R.H. Edward, Duke of Kent. By William James Anderson, L.R.C. Surgeons, Edin., Vice-President Quebec Literary and Historical Society. Ottawa : "Printed by Hunter, Rose & Company", 1869. Pp [3]-23,(1). 8vo, sewn pink wrappers. "(Read before the Society, 1867.)". William James Anderson (b. November 2, 1812 at sea – d. May 15, 1873, Quebec City) physician, amateur geologist (with an interest in gold), and historian, who spent many years in Nova Scotia, particularly in the 1830s and 1840s. Contents: 1. Birth - Childhood - Early Education - Military Training - Luneberg - Hanover - Geneva - Gibraltar; 2. Quebec - Habits - Society - Desertion and Mutiny - Free School - De Salaberry Family- Addresses - Departure for the West Indies. With a poem on page 23: "The Dominion of the West" by W.B, :Toronto Nov.23, 1867". Lacking title-page (?), spine chipped, pencil notes to margin of one page,sunned, else very good. 20.00

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2 APPS, Michael FELL, Michael, Vice-Admiral Sir, foreword. Four Ark Royals. in dj.
William Kimber, 1976, 
APPS, Michael. The Four Ark Royals. With a Foreword by Vice-Admiral Sir Michael Fell. L: William Kimber, (1976). Pp 256, [24] pp plates. 8vo, blue cloth. An illustrated history of the four RN warships of this name: a sixteenth-century galleon and three aircraft carriers. Vg in price-clipped dj. 60.00

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3 BARKER, Malcolm J. SOBEY, T.C. SOBEY, Tim Courting Disaster. First Edition.
Fleetwood Publications Ltd, Halifax, N.S., 1990, ISBN:096945130X 
BARKER, Malcolm J., with T.C. SOBEY. Courting Disaster. Halifax, N.S.: Fleetwood Publications Ltd., (1990). First Edition. Pp (8),[1]-216,+ 16 pp plates. 8vo, purple cloth spine, white paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. The hilarious and shocking recollections of a Buckingham Palace Official. “This book is totally different to any previous publications about the British Monarchy. Malcolm Barker - who at the age of twenty-one was one of the youngest people ever to join the Royal Household as an Official - haswritten a fascinating insight into life in Queen Elizabeth II's Court. Rat her than concentrating on the Royal Family themselves, Mr Barker focuses onthe people that surround them, from the Queen's most senior advisors down to the most humble staff. Behind the glamourous facade of Court life there lies the appalling truth - that the Royal Household personnel regard themselves as being of far more importance than the Monarch herself. The result is a litany of corruption, blatant sexual perversion and gross disloyalty, which is completely out of control, with Queen Elizabeth and her family innocently trapped in the middle of it. Because of this, Malcolm Barker's storyis full of amusing anecdotes and bizarre humor. Lurking behind the endless scandals there is a list of characters which a comedy script writer could never invent; these are people who so happily defy their entrusted responsibilities that one can only marvel at the boldness of their antics. In 'Courting Disaster' one enters a hitherto unexplored world, which makes compelling and thought-provoking reading, and which more than justifies the title of the book.” (from the dj). T.C. Sobey was a Canadian citizen residing in Nova Scotia, who attended the same British boarding-school as his co-author.Bookplate, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 14.00

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4 BAXTER, Beverley Beverley Baxter Reveals Why Edward Quit : The Abdication of Edward VIII ...The Tragedy of Edward
Maclean's , 1937, 
BAXTER, Beverley. Beverley Baxter Reveals Why Edward Quit : The Abdication of Edward VIII : Texts of the Messages, Speeches and Documents Recording the Renunciation of the Throne [and] The Tragedy of Edward : An Editorial from Maclean's Magazine. [Toronto] : (Maclean's Magazine, 1937). Pp (2),3-31,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, orange stapled card covers, lettered in maroon. Contents : Why Edward Quit 9by Beverley Baxter) : He Ensured His Own Defeat; A Sea of Implacable Friends; His Advisers "Intellectual Second-Raters"; A Woman in Love with Herself; I Am Not Fit to be King. The Abdication of Edward VIII : The Message of Abdication; Mr. Baldwin's Speech; Edward's Farewell; Queen Mary's Message; Abdication Bill; Proclamaton nof George VI. The Tragedy of Edward : An Editorial Reprinted from Maclean's Magazine of January 15,1937. Rubbed, personal inkstamps, else very good. 17.00

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5 Canada - Royal Tour - 1951 Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh Tour of Canada 1951.
1951, 
(Canada - Royal Tour - 1951). Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh Tour of Canada 1951. N.pl.: n.pub., (1951). Pp (24) including covers. Illustrated. Map. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled self-wraps. Tears and minor chipping to edges, top back corner clipped, else good. As is. 20.00

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6 COATES, Colin M. (ed.). BUCKNER, Philip JOHNSTON, A.J.B. SANDWELL, R.K. Majesty in Canada : Essays on the Role of Royalty.
Dundurn Group, Toronto , 2006, ISBN:9781550025866 
COATES, Colin M. (ed.). Majesty in Canada : Essays on the Role of Royalty. Toronto : The Dundurn Group, (2006). First Printing. Pp [1]-280,(2). 8vo, illustrated purple card covers. Contents : Introduction, Majesty in Canada (by Colin M. Coates). The Invention of Tradition?: The Royal Tours of 1860 and 1901 to Canada (by Philip Buckner). Dreaming of The Princess: Love, Subversion and The Rituals of Empire in British Columbia, 1882 (by R.K. Sandwell). The Indians and The Crown: Aboriginal Memories of Royal Promises in Pacific Canada (by Keith Thor Carlson). Governor General Grey's "Little Scheme": Majesty in Canada (by Jennifer Salahub). "All This Fuss and Feathers": Politicians, Plutocrats and Changing Canadian Attitudes to Honours (by J. Andrew Ross). A Not Unwilling Subject: Canada and Her Queen (by Peter Trepanier). Glorifying and Exporting French Kinship: Political and Legal Models inThe Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (by Sylvain Soleil). Problems of P recedence in Louis XIV's New France (by Colin M. Coates). In The Name of The King: The Monarchical Atmosphere of French Colonial Louisbourg, 1713-1758, (by A.J.B. Johnston, pp 196-216). "The Rising Star That Cheers The Scene": The Emerging Image of Queen Victoria in English Canada, 1837-1849 (by Christopher Tait). The Royal Family in Contemporary Canadian Women's Fiction (by Mary Condé). "Unreal But Very Necessary": The Canadian Monarchy in The Novels of Robertson Davies (by L.C. Knowles). Very good. 15.00

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7 COSTAIN, Thomas B. History of the Plantagenets : The Conquering Family, The Magnificent Century, The Three Edwards, The Last Plantagenets. Four volumes, in slipcase.
Doubleday, Garden City, 1962, 
COSTAIN, Thomas B. A History of the Plantagenets : The Conquering Family, The Magnificent Century, The Three Edwards, The Last Plantagenets. Garden City, New York : Doubleday & Company, Inc., (1962). IN FOUR VOLUMES. I. Pp. (14),[1]-291,(7), 1 plate; II. (4),[v]-vi,(2),[1]-324,(4); III. (4),[v]-x,(2),[3]-419,(3), + 16 p. of plates; IV. Pp. (4),[v]-vii,(3),[3]-424, + 3 double-leaf maps. Illustrated. 8vo, uniform grey cloth with gilt decoration to front boards, gilt lettered purple title blocks to spines, in illustrated grey and white slipcase. Costain's chronicle of nearly four centuries of theHouse of Plantagenet in power in England. Spotting to spines, some light w ear to slipcase, else very good. Due to the weight of this set, extra charges may be necessary to cover the cost of postage. 50.00

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8 DUFF, David Edward of Kent Edward of Kent : The Life Story of Queen Victoria's Father.
Frederick Muller, London , 1973, ISBN:0584100735 
DUFF, David. Edward of Kent : The Life Story of Queen Victoria's Father. London : Frederick Muller Ltd., (1973). Pp (4),9-324,(2),+ 15 leaves plates. Maps. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Originally publishedin 1938 by Stanley Paul & Co. He was ordered to Canada in 1791 and promote d to the rank of major-general in October 1793 and lieutenant-general in January 1796. On 24 April 1799 he was created Duke of Kent and Strathearn andEarl of Dublin, and was later, in May, promoted to the rank of general and appointed the Commander-in-Chief, North America. For most of this period h e lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia and was instrumental in shaping that port'smilitary defences for protecting the important Royal Navy base, as well as influencing the city's and colony's socio-political and economic instituti ons. On 24 May 1802, the Duke began an appointment as Governor of Gibraltar. For his Nova Scotia connections, see references in the Index. Edges faded, corners bumped, minor pencilling throughout, else very good in rubbed andedgeworn, price-clipped dustjacket. 20.00

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9 DUFF, David. Edward Duke of Kent Edward of Kent : The Life Story of Queen Victoria's Father.
Frederick Muller Ltd., London, 1973, ISBN:0584100735 
DUFF, David. Edward of Kent : The Life Story of Queen Victoria's Father. London : Frederick Muller Ltd., (1973). Pp (4),9-324,(2),+ 15 leaves of plates. Maps. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. From 1794 to 1800, he lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia and was instrumental in shaping that port's military defences for protecting the important Royal Navy base, as well as influencing the city's and colony's socio-political and economic institutions. Numerous references to Halifax and Nova Scotia in the Index. Verygood in unclipped dustjacket. 24.00

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Letter written in Halifax, Nova Scotia by  Prince Edward, Duke of Kent to Major Thomas Charleton in St. John's Newfoundland., Duke of Kent
10 Duke of Kent Letter written in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Prince Edward, Duke of Kent to Major Thomas Charleton in St. John's Newfoundland.
1797, 
Duke of Kent. A Letter written in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Prince Edward, Duke of Kent to Major Thomas Charleton. in St. John's Newfoundland. Edward, Duke of Kent, (b. November 2, 1767 – d. January 23, 1820) was the fourth sonof King George III of the United Kingdom and the father of Queen Victoria. The letter is written on three pages on a sheet of foolscap folded. The pa per sheet has the watermark "GR. 1794". ------------ Halifax 22 July 1797 Dear Sir I do myself the pleasure of acknowledging your letter of 21st M ay, enclosing the Monthly Returns of the Royal Artillery up to the 1st of that month, received on the 10th ditto. also your letter of 25th June by thehands of M. General Ogilvie, which together with that of the 7th July by the Surprise Frigate, arrived here the 15th Inst. I am infinitely oblidged by your promises of assistance to any recruiting party I may send to Newfoundland It is [my] -------------- my intention at present to order one there sometime in the month of September as we are upwards of thirty men short of compliment. With respect to 2d gunner Thos. Hughes of your company, the explanation you give of the circum- stance is perfectly satisfactory, & I am of opinion that unless you should receive from the Master General an account of His Majesty having been pleased to pardon him, previous to the next man of war sailing for England it is your duty to apply for a passage for him by that occasion, & send him pursuant to his sentence, a prisoner tothe ]???]. I think your arrangement of the Command at [2] -------------- Placentia has been perfectly judicious as the more forces you can collect at St. John's, the beter it cetainly will be. I have nothing further to add but my thanks for the very elegant drawing you were so good as to send me, by the hands of Captain Prevost. I shall preserve it most carefully, & amextremely gratified by this specimen of your talents as a draughtsman. I r emain with sincere regard, your devoted & most humble servant Edward MajorCharlton Lieut. General [3] -------------- verso docket: His Royal Highn ess The Duke of Kent letter 22 July 1797 ---------- Charleton had been in favour of pardoning Second gunner Thomas Hughes . The letter is is in very good condition with faint discolouration to the short sides of the foolscapsheet. 7,500.00

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11 GRENFELL, Wilfred) King's Book : This Book of The Family of the British Empire is by Gracious Permission Dedicated to King George V by His Majesty's Loyal and Faithful Subjects Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., in Celebration of the Silver Jubilee of His Majesty
Raphael Tuck & Sons, London, 1935, 
(GRENFELL, Wilfred). The King's Book : This Book of "The Family of the British Empire" is by Gracious Permission Dedicated to King George V by His Majesty's Loyal and Faithful Subjects Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., in Celebrationof the Silver Jubilee of His Majesty. London : Raphael Tuck & Sons, May 19 35. Pp [1]-35,(1),frontis + 15 plates. Sm 4to, blue cloth. Sir Wilfred Grenfell's "Newfoundland" (pp.23-24,+ coloured plate). Faint waterstain to covers, else very good. 65.00

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12 HAMILTON, John R. Our Royal Guests : A Souvenir of the Visits of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York and Other Members of the Royal Family to St. John and the Province of New Brunswick, Canada.
John R. Hamilton, St. John, N.B. / Boston, Mass., 1902, 
HAMILTON, John R. Our Royal Guests : A Souvenir of the Visits of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York and Other Members of the Royal Family to St. John and the Province of New Brunswick, Canada. St. John, N.B. / Boston, Mass. : John R. Hamilton, (1902). (Engraved and printed by the Beal Press, Boston, Mass.). Pp (100) unpaginated. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board, all edges gilt, bevelled edges. Swanick, New Brunswick History : A Checklist of Secondary Sources. First Supplement A66.1; Watters p.963. Not in Rhodenizer. A souvenir of the Royal Visit with much information and numerous photos of the cities of St. John and Fredericton, New Brunswick; Edward VII, Price Alfred, Lorne and Louise, Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York; Fort Howe, Chapman House, three panoramas of St. John, New Brunswick; lists of Teachers and Scholars of St. John Schools who took part in Reception to the Duke and Duchess in the Exhibition Building; and lists of Invited Guests to the Cornwall and York Receptions ; ad much more. Cloth worn, binding cracked and shaky, some smudging, tear to one leaf, penned name and address, else good. As is. Uncommon. 185.00

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13 HAYES, Eric and David NICHOLS. DIANA, Princess of Wales]. Remembering Diana : The Royal Visit to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Halifax, 1997, ISBN:0887804241 
HAYES, Eric and David NICHOLS. Remembering Diana : The Royal Visit to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island. Photography by Eric Hayes & David Nichols. Halifax: Formac Publishing Company Limited, 1997. First Printing. Pp. (3),4-72. Illustrated in colour. Square 8vo, illustrated maroon card covers. :The terrible crash in a Paris tunnel that took the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, is sadly remembered the world over. But the people of Canada's Atlantic provinces have another memory of Diana, one of a smiling young woman less than two years after the 'marriage of thecentury'. For two weeks in June 1983, thousands gathered in 20 communities throughout the region to great the Prince and Princess of Wales and, toget her, to celebrate pride in their communities. Here are the formality of a state dinner, the spur-of-the-moment friendliness of an impromptu walkabout.Here are the region's largest cities and smallest villages, all decked out for royalty. Here are Maritimers and Newfoundlanders having good times tog ehter. Here are Charles and the beautiful young Princess. The 1983 royal tour was an event many will remember with fondness, nostalgia -- and now, with sadness too." - from the rear cover. Very good. Uncommon. 60.00

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14 KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie de St.LAURENT, Julie Julie : The Royal Mistress. First Paperback Printing
Gage Publishing Limited, Toronto, 1975, ISBN:0771599536 
(KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie. Julie : The Royal Mistress. Toronto : Gage Publishing Limited, (1975). First Paperback Printing. Pp (4), 1-204. 8vo, art-illustrated cardcovers. Major John McKenzie Porter, MC, FRSA (b. October 21,1911, Accrington, Lancashire, England - d. October 21, 2006, Toronto). Halifax years on pp.75-99. Originally published under the title Overtureto Victoria. "Her name was Julie St. Laurent, Comtesse de Mongenet, and th e very mention of her name was forbodden by Queen Victoria, daughter of Edward, H.R.H. Duke of Kent. For how could Queen Victoria be expected to tolerate the whispers about a woman who had been her father's mistress for twenty-seven years, ten of them spent in Canada where Julie had borne him two sons? In this fine biography by Canaduan writer McKenzie Porter we are given an intimate portrait of the laughing, black-haired beauty who was so adoredby the shy, reserved Edward. We are shown their life together - Julie ente rtaining and amusing guests in the royal mansion which still stands today in Quebec City in the shadow of the Chateau frontenac. We are also offered afresh appraisal of Edward, the honorable prince despided by his father Geo rge III but beloved by the people of Quebec. Here in enthralling detail is the true love story of Julie, a woman who loved a British prince and lost him to the throne." - rear. Very good. NOTE: Due to its small size, shippingcosts should be cheaper than quoted. 12.00

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15 KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie PORTER, McKenzie de St.LAURENT, Julie Overture to Victoria. First Edition
Longmans Green & Co, Toronto, 1961, 
(KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie. Overture to Victoria. Toronto : LongmansGreen & Co., (1961). First Printing. Pp (6),1-204. 8vo, decorated boards. Major John McKenzie Porter, MC, FRSA (b. October 21,1911, Accrington, Lancashire, England - d. October 21, 2006, Toronto). Halifax years on pp.75-99. Name, else vg. 14.00

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16 KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie PORTER, McKenzie de St.LAURENT, Julie Overture to Victoria. First Edition in dustjacket
Longmans Green & Co, Toronto, 1961, 
(KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie. Overture to Victoria. Toronto : LongmansGreen & Co., (1961). First Printing. Pp (6),1-204. 8vo, decorated boards. Major John McKenzie Porter, MC, FRSA (b. October 21,1911, Accrington, Lancashire, England - d. October 21, 2006, Toronto). Halifax years on pp.75-99. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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17 KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie PORTER, McKenzie de St.LAURENT, Julie Overture to Victoria. First Edition in dustjacket
Longmans Green & Co, Toronto, 1961, 
(KENT, Duke of). PORTER, McKenzie. Overture to Victoria. Toronto : LongmansGreen & Co., (1961). First Printing. Pp (6),1-204 + 4 pages of illustratio ns. 8vo, decorated cream and gold paper-covered boards. Major John McKenziePorter, MC, FRSA (b. October 21,1911, Accrington, Lancashire, England - d. October 21, 2006, Toronto). Halifax years on pp.75-99. "Overture to Victor ia reveals at long last the touching and tender love story of Queen Victoria's father and the lovely French countess whose name will go down to posterity as Julie de St. Laurent. For more than a century historians have tried to dispel the mystery surrounding the shadowy figure of the blithe and beautiful figure ot Julie, who bowed gracefully out of history in 1818 so that Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and fourth son of George III, might performhis dynastic duty of providing an heir to the throne of England. It was a mystery carefully guarded by the Queen, who, very naturally, preferred that Madame de St. Laurent be forgotten. McKenzie Porter's original and painstaking research throws a new and penetrating light on the much maligned character of the Duke. Based on unpublished material unearthed by Hector Bolitho in Switzerland, on records found in Martinique, and on interviews with direct descendents of Edward and Julie in Canada and in England, Overture to Victoria is not only an important contribution to the history of the bad old daysof the Georges, but a delightful and very intriguing story. - from the dj. Very good in nicked dustjacket. (with a few short tears). 18.00

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18 LEATH, Jo. Banana Royals, Peddlers and Spiles : Glimpses of Annapolis County History.
Changing Times Services, Kingston, N.S., 2005, ISBN:1894484010 
LEATH, Jo. Banana Royals, Peddlers and Spiles : Glimpses of Annapolis County History. (Kingston, N.S.: Changing Times Services, 2005). Pp (2),[1]-80. 8vo, illustrated tan card covers. Contents : Power to the People; Life Got Easier; Farming Together; Planting and Picking; Tapping Maples ; Working with Animals; The Middleton Cardinals; The Middleton Maple Leafs; And Then They Were Off; Dancing with Delight; Banana Royals; Blueberry Express; Driving; On the Roads; The Spa and Springs of Spa Springs; Aunt Jenny; Life of Man; Wilmot Community; The Way Schools Were; Life before Malls; Melvern Square Honour Roll. Name ticket, else very good. 10.00

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19 MACALPINE, Ida and Richard HUNTER George III and the Mad-Business. First Edition in dustjacket.
Allen Lane The Penguin Press, London, 1969, 
MACALPINE, Ida and Richard HUNTER. George III and the Mad-Business. (London) : Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, (1969). First Edition. Pp (6),[vii-xv,(3),[3]-407,(1). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "George Ill's illness - momentous in English history - has remained little understood and what has been written on it is as much fancy as fact. The authors have drawn upon extensive manuscript records of the royal physicians, many hitherto unknown, to give the first account of all the King's attacks. The story is mainly told in the words of eyewitnesses or other contemporaries. It conveys avivid picture of the patient, his treatments and management, of the epic s truggle in the sickroom and the frictions and factions among his entourage.The authors trace the historic bias by which the King's mental derangement came to be magnified to create a false image of 'mad King George'. The cou rse and symptoms of the illness are characteristic of a rare metabolic disorder called porphyria. Since porphyria is heriditary the authors have searched for other cases in the family to confirm their diagnosis; they found that collateral descendants suffered from it, and among the King's ancestry have traced it in the Houses of Hanover, Stuart, Tudor and Prussia. The impact of the royal malady on Georgian-medicine turned the 'mad-business' into a respectable speciality and laid the foundations of psychiatry as we know it today. The book is a fascinating combination of medical, psychiatric andhistorical detection and will be indispensable to students of the reign an d of the man, as well as to those interested in the roots of present-day problems of psychiatry. " - the dj. Part I.: The Illness of the Regency Crisis 1788-9. 1. The Cheltenham Episode; 2. Crisis at Windsor; 3. Confinement at Kew; 4. Restored to Health; 5. What Other Doctors Thought. Part II.: The Other Illnesses. 6. The Return of the Willises: 1801; 7. Recurrence: 1804; 8. The Regency: 1810-12; 9. The Last Years: 1812-20, 10. Porphyria; 11. Retrospect: The Illness of 1765. Part III.: The Family History. 12. HistoricalDiagnosis; 13. The Stuarts and the Tudors, 201?14. The House of Hanover, 2 23 15 The House of Brandenburg-Prussia, 247 16 George Ill's Other Sons. Part IV.: Georgian Psychiatry Dr Francis Willis: Insanity Proved Curable; 18. Coercion and Restraint; 19. Nervous Disorders and Insanity; 20. Medical Arithmetick and Universal Prognosticks; 21. MacFlogg'em: The Study of Mania; 22.. Crime and Insanity; 310 23. Private Madhouses: 'A Fine Trade'; 24. The Poor and Mad. Part V.: Part Five: Later Studies of George III's Illness. 25The Asylum Era: Acute Mania; 26. The Era of Classification: Manic-Depressi ve Psychosis; 27. The King on the Psychoanalytic Couch. Very good in rubbeddustjacket. 30.00

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20 PRICE, Harry CORNWALL, Duke of Royal Tour 1901, or the Cruise of H.M.S. Ophir, Being a Lower Deck Account of Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York's Voyage Around the British Empire. First American Edition in dustjacket
William Morrow, New York, 1980, ISBN:0688036678 
PRICE, Petty Officer Harry. The Royal Tour 1901 or the Cruise of H.M.S. Ophir, Being a Lower Deck Account of Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York's Voyage Around the British Empire. NY: William Morrow, (1980). First US Printing. Pp. [~200]. Unpaginated. Illustrated. 4to,navy cloth with gilt device to front and gilt lettering to spine. Vg in li ghtly edgeworn, chipped dj. 20.00

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