J. Macdonald Oxley : A Bibliography of the Fiction. First Edition, Signed


VINCENT, Thomas B., (comp). J. Macdonald Oxley : A Bibliography of the Fiction. Compiled by Thomas B. Vincent. Kingston, Ontario : Loyal Colonies Press, (2007). First Edition. Unpaginated. Pp [310]. 4to, white and blue cardcovers. 21.3 x 27.6 cm.
Limited, Numbered Edition : “This is copy number: 23/35 copies of Version 1.0”.
No.9 in the Bibliofiles Series.
"Oxley [1855-1907] , a highly successful author of books for boys, was born in Halifax and educated at Dalhousie and Harvard Universities. He was called to the bar in Nova Scotia, where he practiced law for a short time, but the latter years of his life were spent in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. Many of his stories dealt with episodes and events in Canadian history much in the style of Stevenson and Henty.” – Nova Scotia in Books, p.35.
Detailed bibliographical descriptions, covering the variants of Two Boy Tramps, The Wreckers of Sable Island, North Overland with Franklin, Terry’s Trials and Triumphs, and many others.
New. Signed by Vincent. 95.00

Title: J. Macdonald Oxley : A Bibliography of the Fiction. First Edition, Signed

Author Name: VINCENT, Thomas B., (comp) OXLEY, J. Macdonald Bibliofiles Series 09

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Publisher: Loyal Colonies Press,, Kingston , 2007, ISBN:090283262X.:

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Keywords: LITERATURE JUVENILE FICTION BOYS CHILDREN'S NOVA SCOTIA CANADA BUCHERHEIT CANADIAN AUTHOR LITERARY BIBLIOGRAPHIES REFERENCE,