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1 PEARSE, A.W. Windward Ho : Windjammer Days. First Edition, signed
John Andrew & Co, Sydney, 1932, 
PEARSE, A.W. Windward Ho : Windjammer Days. Sydney : John Andrew & Co. 21 Phillip Street, (1932). First Edition. Pp (20),[1]-186,(2), portrait frontispiece + 10 leaves of illustrations and photos. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Albert William Pearse, FRGS (b. 6th April 6, 1857, Hornsey, London - d. July 12, 1951, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney, NSW), Member of The Honourable Company of Master Mariners and Representative fot The Port of LondonAuthority for Australia and New Zealand, one-time gold miner, and involved with the cattle industry. Introduction by R. Scott-Skirving. Chapters: 1. Schooldays; 2. A Noted Race; 3. To Sea at Last; 4. First Voyage; 5. To India with Horses; 6. Emigrants for New Zealand; 7. My Second Voyage. Loss of "Loch Ard"; 8. Man Overboard; 9. Morocco Trade and the Royal Mail; 10. In Sail Again. First Boer War; 11. The Brazil Trade; 12. West India Trade. Making a Useful Friend; 13. Passed Exam. for Master. A Strange Passenger; 14. Count Lesseps. The Panama Canal. A Revolution; 15. Running the Blockade. Negroes for Panama; 16. On Station in West Indies. Trading; 17. Sent Home for Trial; 18. The Orient Company. A Swell Defaulter; 19. A Winwam for a Goose'sBridle; 20. New Zealand; 21. Gold Mine Flotation. London Methods; 22. A Bi g Venture. Starting a Newspaper; 23. New Australia. A Socialist Utopia; 24.South Pacific Islands. Tahiti. Plague Quarantine; 25. South Pacific. Huahi ne, Raiatea, Aitutaki, Mangaia. Shooting the Reef. Raratonga. Native Prosperity; 26. The Argentine; 27. South Africa; 28. South Africa - Continued; 29. Melbourne and London, via Cape Horn, 1902; 30. China and Japan; 31. Chinaand Japan - Continued; 32. China and Japan - Continued; 33. During the War ; 34. Cairo; 35. To the Western Front; 36. Canal Zone; 37. The Soudan; 38. Port Said to Sydney. Illustrations include : The Ariel and Taeping running up Channel; Cardigan Castle (1,200 tons) [renamed Vestre Molando]; Cospatrick (1,202 tons); Star of Bengal (1,797 tons); the Loch Ard (1,624 tons); the Waimate, (1,124 tons); Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.s sailing ship Dunedin; the Auckland, (1,245 tons); the Sobraon, (2,131 tons); the Newcastle (1,137 tons); the Ravenswood (1,089 tons); Four-masted barque Engelhorn; the Otago(993 tons); the Hurunui (1,012 tons); the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.'s S. S. Elbe; the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.'s S.S. Moselle; the Fort and SugarLoaf at the entrance to Rio Harbour, Coaling by Convicts at the Portuguese Island of Timor; Arab Dhows, Suez Canal; A Chinese Junk off Shanghai; A Ch inese Junk off Hong Kong; the Crusader (1,058 tons); and a few others. Minor spotting to cloth, foxing to edges and some margins, small pink waterstain to fore-edge, else very good. Signed, with inscription by Pearse. With errata slip. 75.00

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2 PEARSE, A.W. Windward Ho : Windjammer Days. First Edition, signed
John Andrew & Co, Sydney, 1932, 
PEARSE, A.W. Windward Ho : Windjammer Days. Sydney : John Andrew & Co. 21 Phillip Street, (1932). First Edition. Pp (20),[1]-186,(2), portrait frontispiece + 10 leaves of illustrations and photos. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Albert William Pearse, FRGS (b. 6th April 6, 1857, Hornsey, London - d. July 12, 1951, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney, NSW), Member of The Honourable Company of Master Mariners and Representative fot The Port of LondonAuthority for Australia and New Zealand, one-time gold miner, and involved with the cattle industry. Introduction by R. Scott-Skirving. Chapters: 1. Schooldays; 2. A Noted Race; 3. To Sea at Last; 4. First Voyage; 5. To India with Horses; 6. Emigrants for New Zealand; 7. My Second Voyage. Loss of "Loch Ard"; 8. Man Overboard; 9. Morocco Trade and the Royal Mail; 10. In Sail Again. First Boer War; 11. The Brazil Trade; 12. West India Trade. Making a Useful Friend; 13. Passed Exam. for Master. A Strange Passenger; 14. Count Lesseps. The Panama Canal. A Revolution; 15. Running the Blockade. Negroes for Panama; 16. On Station in West Indies. Trading; 17. Sent Home for Trial; 18. The Orient Company. A Swell Defaulter; 19. A Winwam for a Goose'sBridle; 20. New Zealand; 21. Gold Mine Flotation. London Methods; 22. A Bi g Venture. Starting a Newspaper; 23. New Australia. A Socialist Utopia; 24.South Pacific Islands. Tahiti. Plague Quarantine; 25. South Pacific. Huahi ne, Raiatea, Aitutaki, Mangaia. Shooting the Reef. Raratonga. Native Prosperity; 26. The Argentine; 27. South Africa; 28. South Africa - Continued; 29. Melbourne and London, via Cape Horn, 1902; 30. China and Japan; 31. Chinaand Japan - Continued; 32. China and Japan - Continued; 33. During the War ; 34. Cairo; 35. To the Western Front; 36. Canal Zone; 37. The Soudan; 38. Port Said to Sydney. Illustrations include : The Ariel and Taeping running up Channel; Cardigan Castle (1,200 tons) [renamed Vestre Molando]; Cospatrick (1,202 tons); Star of Bengal (1,797 tons); the Loch Ard (1,624 tons); the Waimate, (1,124 tons); Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.s sailing ship Dunedin; the Auckland, (1,245 tons); the Sobraon, (2,131 tons); the Newcastle (1,137 tons); the Ravenswood (1,089 tons); Four-masted barque Engelhorn; the Otago(993 tons); the Hurunui (1,012 tons); the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.'s S. S. Elbe; the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.'s S.S. Moselle; the Fort and SugarLoaf at the entrance to Rio Harbour, Coaling by Convicts at the Portuguese Island of Timor; Arab Dhows, Suez Canal; A Chinese Junk off Shanghai; A Ch inese Junk off Hong Kong; the Crusader (1,058 tons); and a few others. Spotting to page edges, some foxing & staining to endpapers, a few marginal smudges, else very good. Signed, with a 1933 inscription by Pearse. With errata slip. 60.00

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