Thomas Pichon The Spy of Beausejour : . An Account of His Career in Europe and America with Many original Documents, translated by Alice Webster. signed.


WEBSTER, John Clarence. Thomas Pichon "The Spy of Beausejour" : An Account of His Career in Europe and America. With Many Original Documents, translated by Alice Webster. (Halifax) : The Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937. First Edition. "Printed by The Tribune Press, Sackville, N.B." Special Publication. Pp (6),[vii]-xiii,(3),161,(1) + frontispiece + 7 leaves plates. Folding map. 8vo, brown patterned card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. Watters p.593, Tennyson 473, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1208, DCB IV:630-632. Cover title: The Life of Thomas Pichon: "The Spy of Beausejour". "One of the most intriguing figures in the early history of Canada"- DCB. Nicking to spine ends with some light wear to outer hinges, body de tached from rear inner hinge (though covers still in tact at rear), else very good. Signed, inscribed and dated (June 1, 1937) by Webster to historianJ. Bartlet Brebner ("Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia", "North Atlantic Tria ngle", "New England's Outpost", etc.) on the first blank. 135.00

Title: Thomas Pichon The Spy of Beausejour : . An Account of His Career in Europe and America with Many original Documents, translated by Alice Webster. signed.

Author Name: WEBSTER, John Clarence. PICHON, Thomas). TYRELL, Thomas, a.k.a. BREBNER, J. Bartlett, association copy]

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1937,:

Seller ID: 20964

Keywords: ACADIAN MILITARY NOVA SCOTIA NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA ESPIONAGE SPIES CANADIAN HISTORY,