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1 Newfoundland Quarterly MURPHY, Leo C. BROWNE, W.J. HIBBS, Richard Newfoundland Quarterly, Autumn Number, 1940. Vol. 40. No. 2. October, 1940
John J. Evans, Sr., Printer and Proprietor,, St. John's, 1940, 
(Newfoundland Quarterly). The Newfoundland Quarterly, Autumn Number, 1940. Vol. XL. No. 2. October, 1940. John J. Evans, Sr., Printer and Proprietor, St. John's, Newfoundland. Pp 1-44. Illustrated. Folio, green stapled wrappers, printed in black. Cover illustration : King George and His Workmen. Contents : The Blitzkrieg Over Britain (by W.J. Browne). The Passing of Sir William Thomas Grenfell, M.D. : Gave 40 Years of His Life in the Service ofthe People of Labrador and Northern Newfoundland. Hon. Colonel Nfld. Artil lery. Junior Jubilee University Scholarship 1940. First Casualty in Royal Artillery. Princess Elizabeth Makes First Broadcats. The Field of Waterloo (by the Late Lord Morris, in 1914). Roosevelt Declares Policy. Vital Statistics of Burgeo Between 1860 and 1925 (Edited by Rev. Dr. H.W. Cunningham). First Roads Built in Newfoundland (by Richard Hibbs). The Passing of WilliamJ. Carroll, M.B.E. Wanderlust (by Capt.Leo C. Murphy). Plus some poetry an d many advertisements. Covers worn, rust from staples, a few tears, else very good. 65.00

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2 MURPHY, Richard. Sailing to an Island.
Chilmark Press, New York , 1963, 
MURPHY, Richard. Sailing to an Island. New York : Chilmark Press, (1963). First American Edition. Pp [1]-63,(1). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “Richard Murphy, born in County Galway, Ireland, in 1927, then spent his first seven years in Ceylon. Educated at Irish and English schools, graduated from Magdalen College, Oxford, in 1948. [...] he lives on the west coast of Ireland and owns and works the boat celebrated in his poems, 'The Last Galway Hooker.'” - from the dj. A book of poetry divided into three parts; the first part consisting of three poems : 'Sailing to an Island'; 'The Last Galway Hooker'; and 'The Cleggan Disaster.' Very good in lightly edgeworn, unclipped dustjacket. 25.00

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