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1 MACNAGHTEN, Hugh Fifty Years of Eton. 2nd pr. ex-library
George Allen & Unwin Ltd., London, 1924, 
MACNAGHTEN, Hugh. Fifty Years of Eton In Prose and Verse. L.: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., (December 1924). Second Printing. Pp 226. 8vo, blue cloth. Ex-library (bookplate), worn, dusty, browned, else vg. 27.50

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2 EATON, Evelyn MacNAGHTEN, Hugh, foreword Stolen Hours. First Edition.
Selwyn & Blount, Inc., London, 1923, 
EATON, Evelyn. Stolen Hours. London : Selwyn & Blount, Inc., (1923). First Edition. Pp. (8),ix-x,11-43,(3). 8vo, blue paper covered boards with light grey cloth spine, printed paper title labels to front and spine. Watters p.63, Laugher p.160. Not in Rhodenizer. A collection of verse with a Forewordby Hugh MacNaghten. Evelyn Sybil Mary Eaton (22 December 1902 – 17 July 19 83) . The poems: "Introductiuon", "The Poet", "The Walk", "How Shall We Repay", "Memory", "I Loved You As We Love the Great Ideal", "Hath Passed a World of Alien Things", "Time Has Passed over Us", My Soul, A Grey Ship out toSea", "The Seeker", "Rodin's L'ange déchu", "I Have Kissed Burning Lips", "Sleep in the Daytime", "Night Thoughts", "Sleep", "On a Canadian River", "The Skiers Swing Acroos the Level Rhythmically", "All the Wildness in us Leapt", "In the Forest of My Heart", "My Philosophy", "Ah! Your Wings Begin to Tire", "There Is Not Much", "Mirza", Annette", "The Visit", "Gifts", "GodMade me in a Bitter Hour", "Your Name is a Curving Slow Delight", "I Know Not What This Strange Thing Is", "How Happy We'd Be If Left Alone", "Oh, Woman with the Sapphire-Shadowed Eyes", "I Saw You yesterday in Green", and "Death". "I do not know the authoress of these poems. I have been told that she wrote them between her fourteenth and twentieth years, and have been asked to react them, and, to say what I think of them—I say it gladly. They seem to me to have a charm of their own, a delicate inspiration; I recognisethe authentic note of vividness and directness, and I venture to think tha t Sappho would have liked them. " MacNaghten's foreword, dated 21 February,1923 at Eton. A couple of small dampspots to front board (one to paper lab el), teastain to rear board, else very good. Uncommon. 50.00

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