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1 RICHEY, J.A. [James Arminius] More Half-Hours; or, A Second and Enlarged Edition of Fragments and Verses.
Printed for the Author by the Nova Scotia Printing Co, Halifax, N.S, 1877, 
RICHEY, J.A. [James Arminius]. More Half-Hours; or, A Second and Enlarged Edition of “Fragments and Verses.” Halifax : Printed for the Author by the Nova Scotia Printing Co., 1877. Pp (8),[i]-v,(1),[9]-108,(4). 8vo, green pressed cloth, gilt lettering to front board. Mostly religious poetry, but also includes : A Plea for Fishermen in Church Building; To a Girl who had been Deaf; To my son Edward – deceased at the age of five years and eleven months; On the Assassination of the Hon. T.D. McGee; etc. Tear to lower spine,bubbling to top margin of cloth on both boards, a couple of smudges, else a good, solid copy. 100.00

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2 RICHEY, James A., Rev. No Thought Of Repeal! From the Evening Mail, Jan,. 7, 1887.
1887, 
RICHEY, James A., Rev. No Thought Of Repeal! From the Evening Mail, Jan,. 7, 1887. Single sheet, printed one side only. An 8 stanza (48 line) poem by the Rev. James Arminius Richey, of Seaforth, Nova Scotia. The 7th stanza states : “Would we back to the methods or fathers approved, / To the horses and coaches and crafts that they loved? / Or shall telegraphs, railroads, and steamers be planned, / And our land be protected, confederate land? / We submit to the gains and the losses we feel, / And the age we've attained has no thought of repeal.” Light foxing, vertical crease, corner creases, short tear to bottom edge, else very good. 50.00

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3 RICHEY, James A. Poems, Devotional and Miscellaneous.
Printed for the Author, Halifax, N.S., 1886, 
RICHEY, James A. Poems, Devotional and Miscellaneous. Halifax, N.S.: Printed for the Author, 1886. Pp (8),[5]-180,+ frontis portrait. 12mo, orange printed wrappers. Pieces missing from front wrapper and spine, waterstaining, overall a poor copy. As is. 20.00

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4 RICHEY, James A., Rev. Tis But A Sentiment! From the Evening Mail, Jan,. 31, 1887.
1887, 
RICHEY, James A., Rev. “'Tis But A Sentiment”! From the Evening Mail, Jan,.31, 1887. Single sheet, printed one side only. An 16 stanza (64 line) poem by the Rev. James Arminius Richey, of Seaforth, Nova Scotia. The 1st stanz a states : “'Tis but a sentiment,” they say, / The love of country or of race - / A weakness at our time of day; / And weakness is a man's disgrace.”;and the 13th : “O Canada! I love thee well, / With more than Greek or Roma n pride, / And claim within thy camp to dwell, / And stand by thee whate'erbetide. Vertical and horizontal crease, corner creases, else very good. 40 .00

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