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1 ROBINSON, W.A. Mariners Library No.04 MARTYR, Weston, intro. Deep Water and Shoal. 2nd pr
Rupert Hart-Davis, London, 1950, 
ROBINSON, William Albert. Deep Water and Shoal. With an Introduction by Weston Martyr. Illustrated. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1950. Second Printing. Pp 318. Illustrated. Maps. Sm 8vo, tan cloth with blue device to front, blue lettering to spine. See Morris & Howland p.115. The Mariners Library No.4. A circumnavigation of the oceans aboard the ketch Svaap. Starting in New York, through the Panama Canal, across the Pacific, through Indonesia, across the Indian Ocean, through the Suez Canal, and by way of the Mediterranean back to New York. Spotting to sunned spine, name to front pastedown, elsevery good. 18.00

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2 MARTYR, Weston. Southseaman : Life-Story of a Schooner. First Edition.
Blackwood, Edinburgh / London, 1926, 
MARTYR, Weston. The Southseaman : Life-Story of a Schooner. Edinburgh/London : William Blackwood and Sons Limited, 1926. First Printing. Pp. (8),[1]-304, frontispiece. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to frontboard and spine. Toy 1059, Morris & Howland p.89. The Southseaman was buil t at the fictional port of Sheldon, Nova Scotia. Slight spotting to covers,gift inscription inked to flyleaf, front inner hinge starting, else very g ood. 60.00

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3 MARTYR, Weston Southseaman: Life-Story of a Schooner. 7th UK no dj
Blackwood , Edinburgh / London, 1936, 
MARTYR, Weston. The Southseaman : Life-Story of a Schooner. Seventh Impression. Edinburgh/London: William Blackwood & Sons, 1936. Pp 327, frontis. Illustrated. Sm 8vo, blue cloth. Toy 1059, Morris & Howland p.89. The Southseaman was built at the fictional port of Sheldon, Nova Scotia. Hinges shaky, bumping to spine ends with light soiling and discolouration to spine, gift inscription inked to ffep, else good. 30.00

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4 FREEMAN, Ira Henry, (ed.) HOLDRIDGE, Desmond GERBAULT, Alain MARTYR, J.Weston White Sails Shaking : An Anthology of Excerpts from Accounts of Cruises Made in Sailing Yachts. First Edition in dustjacket
The Macmillan Company, New York, 1947, 
FREEMAN, Ira Henry, (ed.). White Sails Shaking : An Anthology of Excerpts from Accounts of Cruises Made in Sailing Yachts. New York : The Macmillan Company, 1948. First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xiii,(1),1-202. 8vo, blue cloth, white lettering to front and spine. Toy 396; Morris & Howland,Yachting in America: A Bibliography p.54. "Every true blue-water man will find grand entertainment in the salty anthology. Ira Henry Freeman's selection of excerps from accounts of famous sailing cruises in brimful of the joy and the dramaof plunging canvas. Variety is the keynote of this collection of twenty-fo ur actual sailing experiences, garnered from sources as diverse as the personalities of their writers." - from dj flap. Chapters : 1. "Sharks in the Boatyard" by Jack London; 2. "Three Thousand Miles to Nowhere" by J.Weston Martyr; 3. "Seasickness Is No Joke" by Robert Douglas Graham; 4. "White Flannel Days" by Helen G. Bell; 5. "The Wild Voyage" by Irving Johnson; 6. "When You Carry On Too Long" by William Washburn Nutting; 7. "It's Easy When You Know How" by Thomas Fleming Day; 8. "How Rugged Can You Get?" by George Dibbern; 9. "The Downhill Run" by Richard Maury; 10. "Savages to Leeward" byJoshua Slocum; 11. "What If You Get Sick?" by William Albert Robinson; 12. "Conquest of Cape Horn" by Warwick M. Tompkins; 13. "The Skipper Was a Lad y" by Marion Rice Hart; 14. "Adam in Greenland" by Rockwell Kent; 15. "Adrift Among Sharks" by Erling Tambs; 16. "Lost Overboard" by John C. Voss; 17."The Gun Runners" by Conor O'Brien; 18. "I Wept to See the Land" by Alain Gerbault; 19. "Coral Reef Blind Man's Bluff" by Dwight Long; 20. "The Red Wall of Labrador" by Desmond Holdridge (pp.163-170, from Northern Lights, 1939); 21. "The End of the Joan " by W.Ernest Sinclair; 22. "The America's Triumph", from the London Times, August 25, 1851; 23. "The Fishermen's Offensive" by E. Keble Chatterton;; 24. "Sailing on the Distaff Side" by Ira Henry Freeman. Severe white mottling to spine and part of boards, else very good in rubbed, chipped, hinge-worn dustjacket. 15.00

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