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1 CROWELL, Frances (ed.). RUFF, Eric RADDALL, Thomas H. CREIGHTON, Norman Bluenose Magazine of Downeast Canada. Volume I, Number I, Summer, 1976
Bluenose Magazine, Port Maitland, N.S., 1976, 1976 
CROWELL, Frances, (ed.). Bluenose Magazine of Downeast Canada. Volume I, Number I, Summer, 1976. Port Maitland, N.S.: Bluenose Magazine, 1976. Pp [1]-39,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue stapled card covers.

Contents :
The Tall Schooners (pp 4-5);
Threat to a People's Memory (by Rosemary Chiasson, pp 6-7);
Hex Signs in Nova Scotia (by Christine Miles, pp 8-9);
Yarmouth's Square-Rigger (by Eric Ruff, pp 10-11);
Cunard's Woods [Nostalgia – Dartmouth] (by Ian Forsyth, pp 12-15);
Painter of the Sea [Jack Gray] (by Jane Cameron, pp 16-18);
Our Historic Trees (by Norman Creighton, pp 19-21);
Isaac Hildreth: Loyalist Architect (by Marion Robertson, pp 26-28);
Blind MacNair (by Thomas H. Raddall, pp 29-35);
The Marco Polo (by W.A. Claymore, pp 37-38).

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2 HARBRON, John D. (ed.) RADDALL, Thomas H. MOWAT, Farley DAVIES, Robertson Century 1867-1967 : The Canadian Saga
Southam Press, Toronto, 1967, 
HARBRON, John D. (ed.). Century 1867-1967 : The Canadian Saga. [Toronto : Southam Press, 1967]. Pp 1-71,(1). Illustrated. Large 8vo [ca 10.5 by 12.5 inches], illustrated white stapled wrappers, lettered in black. Published asa supplement to 20 newspapers in Canada and distributed free to their subs cribers during the week of Feb. 13, 1967. Publication to commemorate Canada's centennial. Contents : The Meaning of Canada (by Hugh MacLennan); The Canadian Future (by Joseph Schull); Canada in the World (by John W. Holmes); The Constitution : Whence and Whither? (by Eugene Forsey); Newfoundland : Centennial Country "Three Hundred Year Gone By" (by Farley Mowat); Atlantic Cadence (by Charles Bruce); A Journey by Red River Cart (by Max Braithwaite); Quebec : The proud province (by Anne Hebert); Southern Ontario : The Loyalist Heritage Clings (by William Kilbourne); Prairies : The Poetry of Earth and Sky (by W. O. Mitchell); B.C.: The Profligate Province (by Roderick Haig-Brown); Arctic Canada : The Oldest Frontier (by Robert A. Philips); Halifax : Where Ships and Much History Meet (by Thomas Raddall); Quebec, My City (by Roger Lemelin); Montreal Confessions (by Peter Descarats); Toronto :"Fair and Greatly to be Loved" (by John Gray); Winnipeg : Window to the We st (by W. L. Morton); Calgary : The Open Society (by Basil Dean); The Many Faces of Vancouver (by Erle Birney);; The "Newer" Canadians (by Henry Kreisel); Radio and TV : The Uncertain Culture (by Robert Fulford); Letters : The Unfashionable Canadians (by Robertson Davies); Painting : After the Seven, What? (by Robin Neesham); Making of a Doctor (by Ruth . Buck); Hepburn : The Campaigner (by Neil McKenty); The Fur Traders : "Galahads in Buckskin: (by Frank Rasky); The Sporting Scene (by Jim Coleman); A Copy Theatre (by Nathan Cohen); "C.D." (by John D. Harbron). Edges browned, chipped, else good. 35.00

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3 RADDALL, Thomas H. Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society 28 MERKEL, Andrew BELL, Winthrop Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society 28 Tarleton's Legion
1949, 
(Nova Scotia Historical Society). Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol.28.Halifax : The Nova Scotia Historical Society, 1949. Pp (4),v-xv,(1), [1]-158,(4). Printed by Allen Print Limited. 8vo, original grey printed heavy cardcovers.

Thomas H. Raddall's "Tarleton's Legion". Pp 1-50 [On this Loyalist regiment and their settlement on Nova Scotia's south shore];

Also : Andrew Merkel's "Cooperative Newsgathering in Nova Scotia" (pp.51-60);

Dr. George E. Levy's "The Diary of Reverend Joseph Dimock" (pp.61-74);

Mrs R.G. Flewwelling's "Immigration to and Emigration from Nova Scotia, 1839-51" (pp.75-105);

Dr. Winthrop Bell's "A Halifax Boyhood of One Hundred and Twenty Years Ago" [John Allison Bell, 1816-1901] (pp.106-132); ;

Dr. George Cox's "John Alexander Barry and His Times" (pp.133-147);

and Sir Joseph Chisholm's "Three Chief Justices of Nova Scotia" [Charles Morris, Jeremy Pemberton & Sampson Salter Blowers] (pp.148-158).

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4 RADDALL, Thomas H. BELL, John, introduction Dreamers. First Edition
Pottersfield Press, Porters Lake, 1986, ISBN:0919001327 
RADDALL, Thomas H. The Dreamers. With an introduction by John Bell. (Porters Lake, Nova Scotia) : Pottersfield Press, (1986). First Printing. Pp (4),[5]-141,(3). 8vo, art-illustrated blue cardcovers. In the "Atlantic ClassicsSeries". Cover art by Aré Gjesdal. Ten stories, previously uncollected : " The Dreamers", "The Credit Shall Be Yours," "Brooms for Sale", "The Drumlinof Joe Tom", "Three Wise Men", "The Pay-Off at Duncan's", "The Lower Learn ing", "Mr. Embury's Hat", "Swan Dance", and "The Miracle". Very good. 15.00

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5 PRATT, E.J.). HORWOOD, Harold Dalhousie Review 39:2 HORWOOD, Harold RADDALL, Thomas H. E.J. Pratt and William Blake. An article in the The Dalhousie Review, Vol.39, No.2, Summer 1959
1959, 
(PRATT, E.J.). HORWOOD, Harold. "E.J. Pratt and William Blake: An Analysis". An article in the The Dalhousie Review, Vol.39, No.2, Summer 1959. Pp 197-207. Laasko C53. Also M.U.N. professor Eldon Kaye (pp.258-9). Also : Israel Kaplan's "Kipling's First Visit to America"; J.S. Erskine's "The Background of History"; part 2 of W.K. Thomas' "Canadian Political Oratory in the Nineteenth Century"; Paul West's "Byronic Romance and Nature's Frailty"; Alexander E. Kerr "Anniversaries in Geneva" [on Calvin]; Lawrence Springarn's story "The Ferns"; poems, reviews including Raddall's review of vol.2 of the Perkins diaries (pp.269-273, Young 319). Vg. For the number. 8.00

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6 RADDALL, Thomas H. GREY OWL Footsteps on Old Floors: True Tales of Mystery. First Edition in dustjacket, signed.
Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1968, 
RADDALL, Thomas H. Footsteps on Old Floors : True Tales of Mystery. Garden City, NewYork : Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968. First Edition. Pp (10),[11]-239,(1), + 4 p. of plates. 8vo, blue cloth boards, green cloth spine withblue title panel. Dust jacket adds: "Six tales of mystery -- three by land and three by sea". Chapters : Adventures of H.M.S.Blonde; The Murders Aboa rd the Henry Fuller; Grey Owl; Mary Celeste; The Lost Gold of Kejimkujik; Sadie Davenport. Light spotting to top edge, else very good in lightly nicked, price-clipped dustjacket. Signed without inscription by Raddall on the second blank. 45.00

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7 RADDALL, Thomas H. Halifax : Warden of the North. 1st US of 65 edition in dj
Doubleday & Company, 1965, 
RADDALL, Thomas H. Halifax : Warden of the North. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1965. "First Edition in the United States." Pp (6),[vii]-xvi,(4),340, including an index, + 12 p. of plates. 8vo, black cloth spine, ochre cloth bds. The standard modern work on Halifax history. "The Romance of Canadian Cities Series" on front panel of dj, no price on flap. Small stains to covers, else vg in dj. 30.00

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8 RADDALL, Thomas H. Halifax : Warden of the North. Cdn rev. ed. 2nd pr.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1980, ISBN:0771072473 
RADDALL, Thomas H. Halifax : Warden of the North. Tor.: McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1980). Second Printing of Revised Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xvi,(2),[1]-343,+ 14 plates. Index. 8vo, blue cloth. The standard modern work onHalifax history. A specially bound presentation edition for The Maritime L ife Assurance Company. Very good. 25.00

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9 RADDALL, Thomas H. Halifax : Warden of the North. Cdn rev. ed. in dj
McClelland and Stewart, 1971, ISBN:0771072465 
RADDALL, Thomas H. Halifax : Warden of the North. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1971). Revised Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xvi,(2),[1]-343,+ 14 plates. Index. 8vo, green cloth. The standard modern work on Halifax history. Very good in dustjacket 30.00

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10 RADDALL, Thomas H. His Majesty's Yankees. US in dj
Doubleday, Doran, Garden City, 1942, 
RADDALL, Thomas H. His Majesty's Yankees. Garden City : Doubleday, Doran, 1942. Trade Edition. Pp 409. 8vo, red cloth, top edge dyed red. Laugher p.464, Smith & Weller, Sea Fiction Guide 2004. Small discolouration to top-edgedye, else very good in spine-chipped, unclipped dust jacket. 25.00

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11 BERTON, Pierre (ed.) RADDALL, Thomas H. BRUCE, Harry MITCHELL, W.O. Historic Headlines : A Century of Canadian News Dramas. Reprint in dustjacket
Canadian Illustrated Library, McClelland and Stewart , Toronto, 1974, ISBN:0771013086 
BERTON, Pierre, (ed.). Historic Headlines : A Century of Canadian News Dramas. (Toronto) : The Canadian Illustrated Library, (McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1974). Reprint. Pp (5),6-128. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, black cloth spine, reddish-brown cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. In the Canadian Illustrated Library series. Of nautical interest : 1929 : The I'm Alone Incident (by Harry Bruce, pp 73-82). Contents : 1868 : The Assassination of D'Arcy McGee (by Thomas H. Raddall). 1873 : The Cypress Hills Massacre (by Alan Phillips). 1885 : Van Horne Moves the Troops West (by Pierre Berton). 1891 : The Old Chieftain's Last Stand (by Ken Lefolii). 1903 : The Barr Colony Fiasco (by W. O. Mitchell). 1017 : The Canadaians take Vimy Ridge (by Colin McDougall). 1929 : The I'm Alone Incident (by Harry Bruce. 1938: The Vancouver Post Office Sitdown (by Mac Reynolds). 1946 : The Gouzenko Spy Case (by Barbara Moon). 1956 : The Great Pipeline Debate (by Christina and Peter Newman). 1963 : The F.L.Q. Reign of Terror (by Peter Desbarats). Very good in edgeworn and price-clipped dustjacket. 15.00

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12 RADDALL, Thomas H. Dalhousie Review 29:2 MacKINNON, Frank WARD, Norman Importance of Things Past. An article in the The Dalhousie Review, Vol. 29,No. 2, July 1949
Review Publishing Company Limited, Halifax , 1949, 
RADDALL, Thomas H. "The Importance of Things Past." An article in the The Dalhousie Review, Vol. 29, No. 2, July 1949, pp 113-118. Halifax : The Review Publishing Company Limited, 1949. Pp (2),[113]-230,i-xx. 8vo, yellow cardcovers. Also : W.G. Prentice`s “Mr. Bones and Mr. Leonard”; J.A. Irving`s “Moral Standards in a Changing World”; A.A. Sterns`s “Behind the Iron Curtain of Economic Theory”; A.L. Murphy's “Faith”; A.S. Murray's “Dogmatic Disbelief”; Desmond Pacey's “How Big Should Our Universities Be”; Norman Ward's“The Raising of Pigs by Lieutenant Governors”; Bluebell Phillips's “Portra it of Margaret”; K.M. Hamilton's “William Blake and the Religion of Art”; Frank MacKinnon's “Communications Between P.E.I. And the Mainland”; George Patterson's “George Buchanan and James MacGregor”; W.E. Belliveau's “My Strange Improvement”; Cyril Clemens's “Harry S. Truman: Mark Twain Enthusiast”;plus poetry and reviews. Spine sunned, else very good. For the whole issue 20.00

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13 RADDALL, Thomas H. In My Time : A Memoir. First Edition in dustjacket, signed.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1976, ISBN:0771072503 
RADDALL, Thomas H. In My Time: A Memoir. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart, (1976). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-viii,(2),11-365,(3) + 16 page photo section. 8vo, grey cloth. Spadoni & Donnelly 2783. "A Canadian writer whose books have stirred and delighted readers around the world for over three decades, Thomas Raddall here sums up his experience in a revealing and entertaining autobiography, as vigorous, as flowing and as robust as the fiction that earned him his considerable reputation. The award-winning novelist andhistorian recaptures his early trials and later triumphs, with a personal and perceptive view of the obstacles a professional writer in Canada must overcome in attaining recognition and success. 'In My Time' is a multi-layered work. It records the human concerns and personal struggles of Thomas Raddall the man -- his ambitions, his growth, and his development apart from his career as a writer. It presents keen perceptions and informative impressions of Canadian publishing, Canadian literature, Canadian history and events. It also affords a rich picture of life in twentieth-century Nova Scotia-- the 1917 explosion, the World Wars, the politics and the people. As wel l, there are illuminating sketches of such literary figures as Hugh MacLennan, Mazo de la Roche, and Thomas B. Costain. But most important of all, there is Thomas Raddall's own candid and masterful self-portrait -- a lively and enduring document of twentieth-century Canadian literature." - from the dustjacket. Name to flyleaf, else very good in chipped, unclipped dustjacket. Signed without inscription by Raddall on the half-title page. 25.00

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14 RADDALL, Thomas H. Literary Art : The Samuel Robertson Memorial Lecture. Signed
Dalhousie Review, Halifax, N.S., 1954, 
RADDALL, Thomas H. The Literary Art. The Samuel Robertson Memorial Lecture,Prince of Wales College, Charlottetown, P.E.I. Reprinted from The Dalhousi e Gazette, Summer, 1954. First Edition p 1-8. 8vo, cream stapled dard covers, lettered in blue. "These are times when everyone is concerned about the quality of the literature, or perhaps I should say the quality of the reading matter, chiefly in the form of fiction, now being put before the public.The advent of the so-called pocket book especially has produced a flood of fiction to be had for twenty-five cents or fifty cents a copy at any drugs tore or wayside refreshment stand. Its appeal is set forth usually in a picture on the cxover, and some of our moralists are more concerned, it seems to me, with the picture on the cover than they are with the printed matter inside." (p. 1). Cofffe cup stains to front cover, a few brown specks to back cover, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author. Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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15 MacASKILL, W.R. RADDALL, Thomas H., foreword Lure of the Sea : Leaves from My Pictorial Log. signed by MacAskill and Raddall
Eastern Photo Engravers, Halifax, 1951, 
MacASKILL, W.R. Lure of the Sea : Leaves from My Pictorial Log. Forward [sic] by Thomas H. Raddall. (Halifax : Eastern Photo Engravers, 1951). Pp. (88). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Small 4to, blue cloth with silver lettering and decoration to front cover, blank spine. A selection of MacAskill's supremely evocative marine photography, fixing forever the iconography of coastalAtlantic Canada. Thomas Raddall writes of the photographer in his autobiog raphy, In My Time:"I had a letter from Wallace MacAskill of Halifax, a devotee of marine photography. Years before, he had published a selection of his photographs of ships and the sea called Out of Halifax. The edition was limited and was soon snapped up. Now he had put together another collection and asked me to write a foreword. I called on the old man in his cluttered little shop on Barrington Street, and he showed me the pictures, every one unique and beautiful. In the opinion of connoisseurs he was the best photographer of sea, coast, ships and seamen then living in North America. I described him in my diary in April 1951: 'He is a short stocky Cape Bretoner, speaks in a mild voice with a faintly Gaelic intonation, has a pale face, blue eyes, white hair, a jutting nose. Simple and pleasant in his ways and speech, a poet with the camera, fascinated all his life with the sea.' "Laterhe sent me the printer's dummy of his book, asking me to do something abou t the captions under the photographs. I could see what was bothering him. Most of the captions had been written apparently by one of those ecstatic lady poets who used to come out of the Halifax woodwork at the slightest whiff of tea and buns. I replaced nearly all of them and wrote the foreword. MacAskill had the book printed in a single edition (some bound in sailcloth) under the title Lure of the Sea. Like his first, it was soon snapped up. Several years later he began assembling pictures for a third volume and againasked me to write the captions and foreword, but he died suddenly and so d id the book." Includes several verse selections from Charles Bruce. Name inked verso flyleaf, else very good. Signed without inscription by both MacAskill and Raddall on the half-title leaf. 120.00

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16 MacASKILL, W.R. RADDALL, Thomas H., foreword Lure of the Sea : Leaves from My Pictorial Log.. in box.
Eastern Photo Engravers, 1951, 
MacASKILL, W.R. Lure of the Sea : Leaves from My Pictorial Log. (Halifax : Eastern Photo Engravers, 1951). Pp (88). Illustrated. Sm 4to, blue cloth. Aselection of cruising photos chosen to show the sea in her many moods, aug mented by literary selections from Jack London, Rachel Carson, etc. Vg in poor, damaged box. 120.00

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17 MacASKILL, W.R. RADDALL, Thomas H., foreword Lure of the Sea.
Eastern Photo Engravers, 1951, 
MacASKILL, W.R. Lure of the Sea : Leaves from My Pictorial Log. (Halifax : Eastern Photo Engravers, 1951). Pp (88). Illustrated. Sm 4to, grey cloth with blue lettering and decoration to front. A selection of MacAskill's supremely evocative marine photography, fixing forever the iconography of coastal Atlantic Canada. Thomas Raddall writes of the photographer in his autobiography, In My Time:"I had a letter from Wallace MacAskill of Halifax, a devotee of marine photography. Years before, he had published a selection of his photographs of ships and the sea called Out of Halifax. The edition was limited and was soon snapped up. Now he had put together another collectionand asked me to write a foreword. I called on the old man in his cluttered little shop on Barrington Street, and he showed me the pictures, every one unique and beautiful. In the opinion of connoisseurs he was the best photo grapher of sea, coast, ships and seamen then living in North America. I described him in my diary in April 1951: 'He is a short stocky Cape Bretoner, speaks in a mild voice with a faintly Gaelic intonation, has a pale face, blue eyes, white hair, a jutting nose. Simple and pleasant in his ways and speech, a poet with the camera, fascinated all his life with the sea.' "Later he sent me the printer's dummy of his book, asking me to do something about the captions under the photographs. I could see what was bothering him. Most of the captions had been written apparently by one of those ecstatic lady poets who used to come out of the Halifax woodwork at the slightest whiff of tea and buns. I replaced nearly all of them and wrote the foreword. MacAskill had the book printed in a single edition (some bound in sailcloth)under the title Lure of the Sea. Like his first, it was soon snapped up. S everal years later he began assembling pictures for a third volume and again asked me to write the captions and foreword, but he died suddenly and so did the book." Includes several verse selections from Charles Bruce. Spotting to fore-edge, small white stain to bottom edge, a couple of small abrasions to rear board, else vg. 100.00

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18 MacASKILL, W.R.) BRUCE, Harry HINES, Sherman RADDALL, Thomas H., preface MacAskill : Seascapes and Sailing Ships. in dj
Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, 1987, ISBN:0920852785 
(MacASKILL, W.R.). MacAskill : Seascapes and Sailing Ships. (Halifax) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (1987). Pp (3),4-128. Illustrated. 4to, blue cloth."In the 1920s and '30s, when commercial photography was still in its infan cy, Wallace R. MacAskill was the world's best marine photographer. Quite possibly he still is. [...] This book is a careful selection from among the thousands of photographs taken by [...] MacAskill (1893-1956), the world renowned photographer who captured the romance of the sea as no-one has done before or after" - dj. A selection of iconic marine images selected from MacAskill's books and from previously unpublished collections. With a Forewordby Sherman Hines, a Preface by Thomas H. Raddall, and an essay "W.R. MacAs kill: The Man and His Times" by Harry Bruce. Very good in dust jacket. 50.00

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19 RADDALL, Thomas H. JONES, C.H.L. HAYHURST, Thomas W. Markland Sagas. With a Discussion of their Relation to Nova Scotia
Gazette Printing Company Limited, Montreal, 1934, 
JONES, C.H.L. and Thomas H. RADDALL. The Markland Sagas. With a Discussion of their Relation to Nova Scotia. Illustrated by Thomas W. Hayhurst. N.pl.:n.pub., n.d. [1934]. "Designed, engraved and printed by the Gazette Printi ng Company Limited, Montreal". Pp (4),5-117,(3) + 11 leaves of plates. Alsotext maps & illustrations. Sm.8vo, decorated vellum. Map end-papers. Young C 094, Watters p.877, Laugher p.464, Rhodenizer p.783. "Saga of the Rover was so well received that the sponsors have been encouraged to issue the present booklet, dealing with the voyages of the Norsemen and their relation to Nova Scotia - a relation which the management kept in mind when naming their specially-built˜ paper carrier, S.S. Markland. The Markland Sagas, like its predecessor, is the work of three Mersey men, [...]." No.174. Signed by C.H.L. Jones, Dec.34. Light shelfwear, else a very nice, tight, unsplayed copy. 300.00

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20 RADDALL, Thomas H. JONES, C.H.L. HAYHURST, Thomas W. Markland Sagas. With a Discussion of their Relation to Nova Scotia . 1/300. signed by Jones and Raddall
Gazette Printing Company Limited, Montreal, 1934, 
JONES, C.H.L. and Thomas H. RADDALL. The Markland Sagas. With a Discussion of their Relation to Nova Scotia. Illustrated by Thomas W. Hayhurst. N.pl.:n.pub., n.d. [1934]. "Designed, engraved and printed by the Gazette Printi ng Company Limited, Montreal". Pp (4),5-117,(3) + 11 leaves of plates. Alsotext maps & illustrations. Sm.8vo, illustrated paper-covered boards. Map e nd-papers. Young C 094, Watters p.877, Laugher p.464, Rhodenizer p.783. This edition has rubber stamped on first blank : "This edition is limited to 300 copies, of which this is Number........" "Saga of the Rover was so well received that the sponsors have been encouraged to issue the present booklet, dealing with the voyages of the Norsemen and their relation to Nova Scotia - a relation which the management kept in mind when naming their specially-built paper carrier, S.S. Markland. The Markland Sagas, like its predecessor, is the work of three Mersey men, [...]." Missing top quarter-inch of spine, previous owner's name, else vg. No.108. Signed by C.H.L. Jones, Dec.34. Also, signed by Raddall. 350.00

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