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HOWE, Joseph). WEAVER, Emily P. Dalhousie Review 05:4 HICKMAN, W. Albert DUNCAN, Norman Listings

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1 HOWE, Joseph). WEAVER, Emily P. Dalhousie Review 05:4 HICKMAN, W. Albert DUNCAN, Norman Homes and Haunts of Joseph Howe. An article in The Canadian Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 3, July 1905
Ontario Publishing Co. Limited, Toronto, 1905, 
(HOWE, Joseph). WEAVER, Emily P. "Homes and Haunts of Joseph Howe." An article in The Canadian Magazine, Vol. XXV, No. 3, July 1905, pp 195-202 with 10 photographs. Toronto : The Ontario Publishing Co. Limited, 1905. Pp 1-28,(2),[195]-288,29-74. 8vo, illustrated white wrappers, yapped edges. Also : M.R. Elliott's "Hiroshima a Japanese Port"; "Canadian Celebrities. No. Hon. Lomer Gouin"; "George Brown on Confederation" and "Some Autonomy Documents" (by the editor); W. Albert Hickman's "The Antiquity of the "Ronald": A Donald Story"; Norman Duncan's "The Dream of Nageeb Fiani: A Story of the Syrian Quarter, New York"; and much more. Spine ends and edges chipped, partly unopened, else very good. 30.00

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2 HICKMAN, Albert Sacrifice of the Shannon
William Briggs, 1911, 
HICKMAN, Albert. The Sacrifice of the Shannon. Tor. : William Briggs, n.d. (copyright 1911). Pp (8),[1]-323,(1),frontis. 8vo, green cloth with illustrated onlay of ship. Laugher p.244, Watters p.311, Rhodenizer p.744. Light wear, else vg. 60.00

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3 HICKMAN, W. Albert. JOHNSTON, Ian (intro.). Formac Fiction Treasures. Sacrifice of the Shannon.
Formac, 2001, ISBN:0887805426 
HICKMAN, W. Albert. The Sacrifice of the Shannon. Halifax: Formac Publishing Company Limited, (2001). Pp. 323. 8vo, ill. card covers. In the Formac Fiction Treasures series. A nautical tale which takes place off Canada's EastCoast, told by the captain of the ice-breaker, Shannon. "Secretly, in the heart of Frederick Ashburn, sea captain and sportsman, there glows a fire of love for young Gertrude MacMichael. But her interests lie with Ashburn's fellow adventurer, the dashing and slightly mysterious Dave Wilson. From their hometown of Caribou (real-life Pictou) all three set out on a perilous journey to the ice fields in the Gulf of St. Lawrence to save a ship and its precious cargo -- Gertrude's father. Their ship and the crew are in almost constant danger but Wilson is willing to risk everything to bring them tosafety." - from the cover of the Formac paperback reprint. Very good. 10.0 0

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4 HICKMAN, W. Albert Sacrifice of the Shannon. 1st US
Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1903, 
HICKMAN, W. Albert. The Sacrifice of the Shannon. NY: Frederick A. Stokes Company, (May, 1903). First US Edition. Pp. 323. Illustrated. 8vo, navy cloth, white paper labellaid on with an illustration of an ice-breaker to front, gilt titles to front and spine. A nautical tale which takes place off Canada's East Coast, told by the captain of the ice-breaker, Shannon. Waterstaining to the rear cover and lower edges, particularly to the plates and rear endpapers, hinges broken, top edge appears to have been chewed, corners chipped, cloth well worn, preface page chipped at lower corner. 20.00

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5 HICKMAN, W. Albert Sacrifice of the Shannon. Canadian hardcover edition.
William Briggs, Toronto, 1911, 
HICKMAN, W. Albert. The Sacrifice of the Shannon. Toronto : William Briggs,n.d. (copyright 1911). Pp (8),[1]-323,(1), frontispiece. 8vo, green cloth with illustrated onlay of ship to front board, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Laugher p.244, Watters p.311, Rhodenizer p.744. "Secretly, in the heart of Frederick Ashburn, sea captain and sportsman, there glows a fire of love for young Gertrude MacMichael. But her interests lie with Ashburn's fellow adventurer, the dashing and slightly mysterious Dave Wilson. From their hometown of Caribou (real-life Pictou) all three set out on a perilous journey to the ice fields in the Gulf of St. Lawrence to save a ship and its precious cargo -- Gertrude's father. Their ship and the crew are in almost constant danger but Wilson is willing to risk everything to bring them to safety." - from the cover of the Formac paperback reprint. Very light nicking to spine ends, light foxing verso frontispiece, else a very good, bright, tidy copy. Ex-libris New Brunswick poet Fred Cogswell (with his signature to flyleaf). 60.00

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