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1 POLLARD, Eliza F. Daughter of France : A Story of Acadia
Thomas Nelson and Sons, London, Edinburgh, and New York, 1900, 
POLLARD, Eliza F. A Daughter of France : A Story of Acadia. London, Edinburgh, and New York : Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1900. Pp (6),[vii]-viii,[9]-374,(10), frontispiece + 5 plates. 8vo, illustrated red cloth, gilt and black lettering to front board and spine, becelled edges, all edges gilt. A novel about Acadia in the time of Charles de La Tour and Charles de Menou d'Aulnay and their conflict over the control of Acadia. Contents : 1. A New Country. 2. An Exodus. 3. "A Ship! A Ship!" 4. The Devil's Fort. 5. A Friendship.6. Jacqueline. 7. A New Settlement. 8. An Ideal Life. 9. Spies. 10. Friend s and Enemies. 11. Sunshine and Colours. 12. Fort St. Jean. 13. Dixey Bull.14. A Prisoner. 15. A Sore Struggle. 16. Blue-Bird. 17. Home in Acadia. 18 . A Mistake. 19. A Hard Mission. 20. Pursued. 21. In Deep Waters. 22. The Wicked Flourish. 23. Flight. 24. Comforted. 25. Running the Blockade. 26. Friends in Need. 27. Governor Winthorp. 28. A Close Shave. 29. In Harbour. 30. A Fierce Huguenot. 31. Hard Straits. 32. Deadly Hatred. 33. Cast Adrift. 34. A Woman's Prayer. 35. A Struggle. 36. The Bitter End. 37. Cape Sable. 38. Forsaken. 39. God's Justice. 40. "The Silver Lining." Wear to spine endsand corners, spine sunned, foxing to title page and a few other leaves, hi nges a bit shaky, with a school presentation note (dated 1916) attached to front endpaper, else a good to very good copy 45.00

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