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Oxford Oxford University Press 1978 0199510865 / 9780199510863 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
69 pp, + large b&w plate section (photographs, reproductions), 11 7/8" H. Dark blue cloth with gold lettering on spine, gold crest on front board. "(C)elebrates the quincentenary of the introduction of printing at Oxford with a pictorial history of its subsequent progress, illustrated by the books, documents, and pictures which are its tangible record. The story, although it properly begins with the arrival of Theodoric Rood and the first learned and educational books that he printed, stretches back to the early thirteenth century when scribes, illuminators, and binders of books were already found in Oxford; but it was not until the seventeenth century that, at the initiative of two great men, Archbishop Laud and Bishop Fell, the University Press in its present form was established. It is the dark, dominant figure of John Fell, Dean of Christ Church, and then Bishop of Oxford, who emerges as the real founder of the University Press, and the man who determined the type of books which still preoccupy the Press: learned and educational books, and the Bible." Tiny soiling mark on top of text block, small shallow bump to top of both boards. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has old tape repairs at top/bottom inside of spine and flap-folds, light edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, small surface paper loss on front panel, minor soiling. 
Price: 55.00 USD
2 Barton, Rose. FAMILIAR LONDON.
London Adam & Charles Black 1904 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good - Rose Barton. 
208 pp + (4) pp of publisher's advertising, 9" H. Deep red cloth with gilt lettering, yellow banding and floral decoration in red/green/yellow on spine and front board, top edge gilt. 61 colour plates (includ-ing frontispiece) with tissue-guards bearing captions (collated). A charming illustrated tour of London at the close of the Victorian era, before the age of the motor car. Previous owner's small name stamp at top of front pastedown, inside hinges have splits in the paper but are holding firmly, book is slightly cocked, light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, very light browning on free endpapers, light edge wear, three very small bumps to fore-edge of rear board, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, color on spine and rear hinge area has dulled, minor soiling on bottom of text block, protected in a stiff mylar sleeve. 
Price: 125.00 USD
London Angus & Robertson 1982 0207148260 / 9780207148262 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
144 pp, 10 1/4" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w reproductions of photographs, drawings, advertisements. "The First World War, which claimed the lives of so many men on the battlefields of the Western Front, also profoundly affected the character and everyday life of the nation at home. It was the first 'total war' and the whole country contributed to the war effort. The unrelenting demands of the trenches eventually forced the Government to introduce conscription while, for those left behind, the state intervened more and more in the lives of its citizens. Hardships increased: food and fuel were in very short supply and rationing had to be imposed in 1916. The civilian population was also directly involved in the hostilities with the bombing raids of zeppelins and aeroplanes. But the war did bring some changes for the better. The salaried classes grew, working conditions improved and the war also helped liberate women who replaced men in factories and public services, and joined the armed forces. When the armistice finally came, in November 1918, Lloyd George promised 'a fit country for heroes to live in' - though the reality proved to be less Utopian. The Illustrated London News continued to publish throughout the First World War and was supplemented by The Illustrated War News. These magazines provided a vivid pictorial chronicle of contemporary events and enable us, today, to enter into the spirit of a bygone era. (The author) has written a fascinating and fully-documented account of these momentous years, complemented by over 200 pictures from the original issues." Light edge wear to boards. Dust jacket has one tiny edge tear, light foxing at top & bottom inside edges, very light edge wrinkling, a few tiny dents and faint line indentations on front panel. 
Price: 20.00 USD
A BROTHER FOR HUGH., Coles, Manning.  Dust jacket art by Bip Pares.
4 Coles, Manning. Dust jacket art by Bip Pares. A BROTHER FOR HUGH.
Hodder & Stoughton, Toronto, 1947, first Canadian edition. 
278 pp, 8vo (8 3/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket (original $2.50 price on front flap). "Life for James Hyde, millionaire tanner, was dull and drab up to his fiftieth year but when he changed places with Hugh Selkirk, a gentleman adventurer, thing s began to happen. He encounters the Gatello gang, South American crooks; attempts to avenge a murder and takes part in the recovery of Joachim von Ribbontrop's three millions and a couple of diamond necklaces deposited in an Argentine bank, t h e n s tolen and brought to London. Whimsical Tommy Hambledon, of British Intelligence, enters the case and is assisted by Inspector Bagshott of Scotland Yard. In the merry chase of money and murder they have many hairbreadth escapes and once ag ai n To m my proves his courage and resourcefulness. The bored millionaire of changed identity enjoys every minute of this terrific game of hide and seek with gunmen, hijackers, corpses and such, and so should every Manning Coles fan. Another thr ill in g H am ble don story." One very small corner bump, previous owner's name on free front endpaper, two very small stains on front board, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, fading of color at trop of spine (1/4" strip), small label fro m bo okst ore at bot tom of free front endpaper, very light browning to pages, small crease at top corner of pages 241 to 248, darkening to top of text block - light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block with very small light stain on bott om. Dust jack et h as l ight edge wear/wrinkling, several small chips and edge tears, small piece missing from top of spine, light browning, front hinge has been archivally repaired - front panel was detached from spine, now in mylar jacket. Good+ /Goo d- 
Price: 65.00 USD
5 Crossley-Holland, Kevin, chosen and introduction by. (Thomas Crofton Croker, Edward Clodd, Sir John Rhys, George Waldron, Helen Waddell, Sir Walter Scott, Joseph Jacobs, Alan Garner, Thomas Keightley, Hugh Miller, Ernest M. Marwick, P.H. Emerson, et al.) FOLK-TALES OF THE BRITISH ISLES.
London Folio Society 1985 Hard Cover Very Good Hannah Firmin. 
393 pp, 9" H. Bound in quarter black cloth, light green paper boards with a pattern in dark green based on a design by Birgitte Cramer, light green endpapers. Gilt lettering/decoration on spine. Medium brown slipcase. Hannah Firmin's b&w wood-engravings consist of a frontispiece and 57 head-pieces, one of which is used seven times. A collection of folk-tales, legends and fairy tales from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the Isle of Man, under the headings: Fairies; Origins and Causes; Kings and Heroes; Fabulous Beasts; Nursery and Jocular; Ghosts; Fables and Animal Tales; Giants and Strong Men; Historical; Saints and Devils; Enchantment; Envoi. Tiny bump at bottom of rear hinge. Slipcase has tiny dent on one front edge, light soiling on bottom panel, very small bump at one top rear corner. 
Price: 17.50 USD
NELSON'S FAVOURITE:  HMS AGAMEMNON AT WAR 1781-1809., Deane, Anthony.  Dust jacket art by Geoff Hunt.
6 Deane, Anthony. Dust jacket art by Geoff Hunt. NELSON'S FAVOURITE: HMS AGAMEMNON AT WAR 1781-1809.
Caxton, London, 2003, reprint. 
320 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 184067430X Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions, drawings, maps. "This compelling narrative recounts the 28-year career of HMS Agamemnon, a 64-gun ship of the line which became one of the most famous vessels of the Royal Navy, commanded between 1793 and 1796 by Nelson, who always referred to her as his favourite ship. For three of the most critical decades of British naval history, Agamemnon was at th e c e n t r e of events, fighting at the Battle of the Saintes, Copenhagen and, of course, Trafalgar. Later she served in the West Indies, participating in the Battle of Santo Domingo, and in South American waters until she was wrecked in 1809 in Ma l do na do B ay , off the coast of present-day Uruguay. This fascinating account of Agamemnon's career highlights all the significant events of the period and portrays the authentic world of the Nelsonic era." Small shallow dint to bottom edge of b oth bo ard s. Du st jacket has very minor wear at top of rear hinge. Very Good+/Near Fine 
Price: 35.00 USD
7 Gruber, John, Editor. (Richard Steinheimer, James E. Valle, Ellen Halteman, Karen Back, Ed King, Steve Patterson, William D. Middleton, Allan W. Miller, James D. Porterfield, Jack Clinton McLarn, Robert A. Janz, Ralph D. Pierce, Brian Jennison.) VINTAGE RAILS. ISSUE NO. 8. SUMMER 1997.
Pasadena, California Pentrex 1997 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
114 pp, 11" H - magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and colour photographs, reproductions. Contents: Rare Pleasures (mailbags, train orders, cabooses); Railroads in the Crucible of War; Railroad Advertising Artist ((Sam Hyde Harris); Horace Bristol; Growing Up on the Clinchfield; Samuel Insull's Chicago Interurbans; War Comes to Lionelville; Classic Railroad Stories; Departments: Operator's Desk; Letters to the Editor; Readers Recall; Time-Tables: 1942 (Great Northern ore trains, MP Motorailer, "We Can Do It"); Unforgettable Railroad Days; Railroad Collectibles (maps); Vintage Marketplace; Swap Meet; Terminal Ad. Interior - small light bump to top corner of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light wear at top/bottom of spine, minor wear on spine, small coft crease at top corner of covers, old price sticker and minor scuff on front cover. 
Price: 10.00 USD
STREETSVILLE:  FROM TIMOTHY TO HAZEL., Hicks, Kathleen A.  Foreword by Hazel McCallion.
8 Hicks, Kathleen A. Foreword by Hazel McCallion. STREETSVILLE: FROM TIMOTHY TO HAZEL.
Mississauga, Ontario Mississauga Library System 2008 0973972424 / 9780973972429 First Edition Soft Cover Near Fine Inscribed By Author
321 pp, oblong large 8vo (9 3/8" H x 11 3/4" D). Inscribed by author on title page: "Sept. 15, 2008 / Enjoy! / Kathleen A. Hicks". Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, reproductions. A local history of Streetsville, Ontario, now part of the city of Missisauga. Contents: Dedication; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; Tribute to Timothy Street; Years: 1820-1850; James Glendenning; Henry Rutledge; The Barnharts; Years: 1851-1900; The Credit Valley Railway; The Streetsville Library; Reid Milling Company; Years: 1901-1950; The Streetsville Women's Institute; Years: 1951-2000; Sam and Hazel McCallion; Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival; Barberton; Harris' Corners; Bibliography; Index. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. 
Price: 35.00 USD
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1982 0802055419 / 9780802055415 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
443 pp, 9 1/4" H. "The establishment of the United Nations system at the conclusion of the Second World War was followed by a period of disillusion in the late 40s about the prospects of world order. With the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950 there came a regrouping of forces and revised calculations of what was possible. The first volume of 'The Shaping of Peace' described Canadian attitudes and policies towards international institutions as the Second World War ended. This volume is concerned with the developments in the decade after the war, with the changing Canadian concepts as they were shaped by events and challenges. Although principal attention is paid to the organs of the United Nations, other themes such as the establishment of NATO, the progress of the new Commonwealth, and the changing concepts of the North American relationship are analysed as essential elements in the Canadian search for equilibrium." Minor wrinkling at top of front hinge. Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling, very light browning. 
Price: 25.00 USD
FORMER NAVAL PERSON:  CHURCHILL AND THE WARS AT SEA., Hough, Richard.  (Winston Churchill.)
10 Hough, Richard. (Winston Churchill.) FORMER NAVAL PERSON: CHURCHILL AND THE WARS AT SEA.
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, (1987). 
244 pp, large 8vo (9 3/16" H), soft cover. ISBN 0297790188 B&w photos. "...concerned with the whole of Churchill's stormy association with the navy, and latterly with his remarkable relationship with Franklin D. Roosevelt, which resulted in their momentous achievements during the Second World War. Richard Hough has had access to the immense riches of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library at Hyde Park in New York State, exclusively to the papers of the late Arthur Marder, and numerous o t h e r s o u rces, which, together with the fruits of many interviews over the years, provides new material on many aspects of Churchill's remarkable relationship with the Royal Navy." Interior - light browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight w it h no pr ev io us ownership marks. Exterior - browning to edges of textblock, very light browning on rear cover. Very Good 
Price: 12.50 USD
STALIN: THE HISTORY OF A DICTATOR., Hyde, H. Montgomery.  (Stalin.)
11 Hyde, H. Montgomery. (Stalin.) STALIN: THE HISTORY OF A DICTATOR.
Rupert Hart-Davis, London, (1971), first edition. 
679 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Map endpapers, b&w plates. ISBN 0246640537 "The son of a drunken and poverty-stricken Georgian cobbler, Stalin...was born in a wooden shack in a small town in Transcaucasia in 1879. When he died at his country villa outside Moscow in 1953, he was the absolute ruler of more than two hundred million Soviet subjects whom he had governed from his office in the Kremlin for upwards of a quarter of a century through the most brutal system of police terror. 'Like Peter the Great, Stalin fought barbarism with barbarism', said his henchman Nikita Khruschev, 'but he was a great man'. This book is largely an endorsement of that opinion. But it will also adjust the traditional view in many important respects. For instance, (the author) shows clearly that while working with the Bolshevik group led by Lenin, before being co-opted onto the party central committee in 1912, Stalin...was also an informer for the Tsarist secret police. He describes how (Stalin) used his position as General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party to build up his pattern of dictatorial rule, and eliminate all his opponents, real or supposed, including Trotsky and virtually the whole of the Bolshevik Old Guard. He examines his role as Commander-in-Chief of Soviet forces during the War, and shows that though he constantly interfered with the conduct of operations, he was by no means the miltiary ignoramus portrayed by Kruschev... (Hyde ) traces in de tail the means by which Stalin was able to outwit both Churchill and Roosevelt at their various wartime conferences. Finally he describes how Stalin, by now a paranoiac, was prevented only by sudden illness and death from slaughtering all his remaining close colleagues in the Politburo. Using a mass of little-known Russian language sources as well as such important manuscript collections as the Tsarist secret police archives, t he Trotsky papers, and the confidential reports from the British Embassy in Moscow, (Hyde) has produced a biography which is not only readable, but likely to prove the definitive study of this most successful dictator of modern times." Previous owner's signature on half -title page, short light ink mark on verso of frontispiece - also tiny mark on title page, very small slub in paper on free front endpaper, large dog-ear crease on page 417, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very light soiling to edges of textblock, light line rub down rear board, slight bump to three corners. Dust jacket is price clipped, has light edge wear, moderate edge wrinkling, a few tiny/small chips and tears, a few tiny dints on panels, line rub down rear panel and also a tiny dent, very light rubbing. VG-/G+ 
Price: 17.50 USD
Belleville, Ontario The James' Texts Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
79 pp, 8 3/4" H. c1932. "Mr. and Mrs. G.M. James left their home, 339 Charles St., Belleville, Ontario, on April 25, 1932, and sailed from Montreal on April 29 for London, England. After visiting many important places in London and throughout England, they went to Edinburgh and various parts of Scotland and finally to Paris and many historic places in France. Their return journey began at Southampton on July 16 and they arrived back home on July 30, after an absence of over three months. The following matter appeared from time to time in The Ontario Intelligencer, Belleville's splendid daily newspaper, in the form of letters descriptive of the scenes, facts and incidents encountered by Mr. James . At the request of many enthusiastic readers, the fifteen long letters have been revised and printed in combined form along with some other details which Mr. James did not have time while abroad to write out in full." Interior - minor browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light browning to edges of textblock, tiny tear at top of spine, small soft crease at bottom corner of covers and soft crease at bottom edge of covers. 
Price: 20.00 USD
ARMY DIARY 1974., Johnson, F.P., Colonel, editor.
13 Johnson, F.P., Colonel, editor. ARMY DIARY 1974.
Method, Golspie, Scotland, 1973. 
Unpaginated, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover (imitation red leather with gold lettering on spine and front board), integral ribbon bookmark, dust jacket. Photographs, reproductions. As well as blank diary areas, the book includes: Regimental, Corps and Battery Days; Battle Anniversaries of the British Army; Forecast of Main Ceremonial Events; Army Sports Fixtures and Records; Army Museums; Army Charities; Royal Colonels, etc. - An Historical Footnote for Every Weekday. Illustrated Feature s f o r t his year: The Reconnaissance to Saran Sar: An Incident in the Tirah Campaign of 1897; The Beginnings of Telegraphy: The Development of Army Signalling from 1750 to 1910; The 6th Rajputana Rifles: One of the Great Infantry Regiments of th e o ld I nd i an Army; Kneller Hall: The Story of the Royal Military School of Music; "Beneath the White Cross": A Short History of the Army Nursing Services; Soldier Sailors: A look at H.M. Army Vessels and the Soldier-Seamen Who Man Them; "The V an do os" : T he Fa mou s French-Canadian Royal 22e Regiment; The Battle of Assaye 1803; The Rescue of Colonel Cameron: Abyssinia 1868 - A Masterpiece of Administrative Military Planning; Special Correspondent: The Story of the Larger-Than-Life 19th Ce ntu ry W ar C orr esp onde nts; Chetshwayo: The Last of the Great Zulu Kings - A Reluctant but Formidable Enemy. Cigarette odor, light browning to edges of text block, wrinkling at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear - moderate at bot tom edge with a fe w sm all t ears, browning at top edge, very light rubbing. Very Good-/Good+ 
Price: 25.00 USD
"LLYNDISHIRE" - LONDON TOWNSHIP., Lewis, Jennie Raycraft.
14 Lewis, Jennie Raycraft. "LLYNDISHIRE" - LONDON TOWNSHIP.
London, Ontario Self-published 1967 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good- 
114 pp, 11 1/4" H. Red cloth with gold lettering on front board - no dust jacket (as issued). B&w photographs, fold-out map at rear. A local history of London Township, Middlesex County, Ontario. Contents: The Title; Dedication; Author's Sketch; Acknowledgements; Sources of Information; Reeve's Message; London Township as the Indians Saw It; An Early Picture of Canada West / Reeves of London Township Who Served as Wardens of of Middlesex; The Survey of Col. Mahlon Burwell; Early Settlers / Century Farms; Organization of London Township Council / Reeves and Clerks of London Township; Early Post Offices; The Proof Line Road / Elginfield, Birr, Silverwood, Arva, Masonville; The Sixteenth West / Denfield; The London-Huron-Bruce Railway; Other Villages - Bryanston, Hyde Park, Ilderton; Churches; Schools; Prominent Men and Women; Through the Years / Material from the Minutes, Municipal Offices, The Depression, The War Years, Annexation, The Tornado, Fanshawe Dam, 1967 Council. Light edge wear, minor soiling, very small bump to bottom corner of both boards, three tiny edge bumps. 
Price: 25.00 USD
Timberholme, Surrey, British Columbia, 1998, first edition. 
429 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1894254015 B&w illustrations. "The true story of Winnipeg born William Stephenson (known as 'Intrepid'), his career, and the secret World War II espionage organization, British Securit y Coordination, which he established in the heart of New York City. Stephenson staffed BSC with hundreds of Canadians recruited from across the country. Bill Macdonald documents Stephenson's clouded early life and unravels layers of misinformati o n from previous books and secret papers to reveal the astonishing details of the man who said: 'Nothing deceives like a document'. - Included in this volume are many interviews with former members of BSC: secretaries, cipher clerks, covert operat iv es and with former BSC agent, British author, Roald Dahl. Of special historic significance are the revelations of the Allies' communications genius, the late Benjamin de Forest Bayly, who had previously never discussed his war work. His electr oni c w izardry helped guard the Allies' top secrets, and win the Battle of the Atlantic. (This book) weaves its way through deception, treachery, war, espionage and a search for the 'real' James Bond." Slight waviness to edges of text block, very lig ht w rinkling at top/bottom of spine, previous owner's place, date and signature along with small blanked-out notation on title page. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, very light rubbing. Very Good/Very Go od 
Price: 25.00 USD
Thomas Allen, Toronto, 2003, Ist Canadian edition. 
97 pp + notes, 7 1/4" H, hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0887621384 B&w woodcuts by Robert Louis Stevenson. "....a story of mystery, murder, and the passion of an artist. Centering on Robert Louis Stevenson, the famous creator of 'Treasure Islan d' and 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Manguel paints a portrait of the writer's final days on the island of Samoa. Fighting the consumption wracking his body, Stevenson has moved with his family to the the South Seas to esc a p e t h e c o ld climate of his native Scotland. He is embraced by the Samoan people, nicknamed 'Tusitala', 'the teller of tales', and he spends his life quietly writing. But one day he encounters a strange man with a familiar Scottish brogue, a m is s io na ry wi th crazed ideas and the ability to mysteriously disappear. Peculiar things begin to occur on the island and Stevenson finds himself caught in the middle of a series of inexplicable crimes. Exploring themes of duality and t he inf lue nc e o ur dre a ms hav e on reality, Manguel has crafted a wicked tale about the nature of creation that demonstrates he is a master of the novella form...." Dust jacket has previous owner's decorative bird sticker over price label on fr ont fla p, m ino r wr ink le a t top /bot tom of spine. Fine/Very Good+ 
Price: 12.50 USD
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  SEPTEMBER, 1962.  VOL. XL.  NO. 163., McGuffie, T.H., ed.  (Major P.R. Adair, Major G. Tylden, Marquess Cambridge, Gerald O. Rickword, Major A. McK. Annand, Lt-Col. Geoffrey White, James Hayes, David Erskine, S.W. Jackman, H. Fulford Williams, Sidmouth, et al.)
17 McGuffie, T.H., ed. (Major P.R. Adair, Major G. Tylden, Marquess Cambridge, Gerald O. Rickword, Major A. McK. Annand, Lt-Col. Geoffrey White, James Hayes, David Erskine, S.W. Jackman, H. Fulford Williams, Sidmouth, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. SEPTEMBER, 1962. VOL. XL. NO. 163.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1962. 
Paging runs 111 - 166, 10" H, soft cover. Two colour plates, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations. Contents include: The Coldstream Guards, c. 1680; Rimington's Guides, 1899 to 1901; The Volunteer Reviews in Hyde Park in 1799, 1800 and 1803; Military G leanings from the Cheveley Papers; General Robert Melville of Strathkinness and the Carronade; Lt.-Col. W. Munro and Officers of the 39th Regiment in the Crimea; The Permanent Forces of The Cape of Good Hope in 1884; Two Soldier Brothers of t h e E i g h teenth Century / Notes: Advice on Recruiting from the Horsbrugh Papers; Camping Instructions; etc. / Questions; Reply: "Fusilier", "Light Infantry" and "Rifle" Titles. Museum Supplement No. 52 (September, 1962) laid in. Interior - m in or b r ow ni ng t o pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling, light browning, issue number written in ink on spine, two tiny edge tears, faint red pencil mark on fron t cov er. V er y G ood - 
Price: 20.00 USD
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  SUMMER, 1955.  VOL. XXXIII.  NO. 134., McGuffie, T.H., ed.  (W.Y. Carman, T.H. McGuffie, Lt-Col. Peter Young, R. Scurfield, C.T. Atkinson, Robert Gray, Col. A. McCleverty, D. Rollo, et al.)
18 McGuffie, T.H., ed. (W.Y. Carman, T.H. McGuffie, Lt-Col. Peter Young, R. Scurfield, C.T. Atkinson, Robert Gray, Col. A. McCleverty, D. Rollo, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. SUMMER, 1955. VOL. XXXIII. NO. 134.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1955. 
Paging runs 47 - 94, 10" H, soft cover. Colour frontispiece, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations. Contents include: Private of The 10th Hussars, c. 1832; The Short Life and Sudden Death of an English Regiment of Foot (concluded); The Royalist Army at Edgehill; Sir Thomas Hyde Page, Engineer; British Military Smoothbore Firearms; A Cavalry Regiment of the Mahratta Wars / Notes: South Australian Military Forces (Defences Act, 1895, Regulations, etc.) - Dress Orders; The King's Troops in I n d i a ; e tc. / Questions; Replies (Sepoy Regimental Ceremony; Regimental Flashes). Museum Supplement No. 24 Summer, 1955 laid in. Interior - minor browning to pages, small ink scribble on first page, otherwise clean and tight with no other o wn er sh ip m ar k s. Exterior - light edge wear, light edge wrinkling, very light browning, issue number written in ink on spine. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
London Royal Institute of British Architects 1924 First Edition Stapled in Wraps Good 
89 pp, 7 1/2" H. The text of a talk given to the Royal Institute of British Architects, London, 21 January, 1924. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. Interior - previous owner's bookplate on inside of front cover and previous owner's name in ink on title page, soft crease at top corner of first half of pages, some rusting to staples. Exterior - small wrinkles and creases to edges of covers, browning to edges of covers. 
Price: 35.00 USD
Whitegate, County Clare Ballinakella Press 1991 0946538034 / 9780946538034 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Inscribed By Author
259 pp, small 4to (10 1/8" H), glazed pictorial boards. B&w photographs, drawings, family trees, reproductions. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "With best wishes for happy reading from the author Grania R. O'Brien 1991". "(The author) is the younger daughter of the 16th Baron Inchiquin. She was brought up at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, the O'Brien family home until it was sold in 1962. Using much previously unpublished material for this publication, she has researched in the Irish Record Offices; the National Library; Trinity College, Dublin; the Clare Champion; the Northern Ireland and London Public Record Offices as well as using other sources." Contents: List of Illustrations; Introduction and acknowledgements; Dromoland - The House Itself; Donat (Sir Donough) O'Brien moves to Dromoland; Lucius O'Brien and the Keightleys; Sir Edward O'Brien - Racing Days; Sir Lucius O'Brien and Ann French; Politics, Building and Famine; The Trial of William Smith O'Brien; Problems with Louisa, Lady Inchiquin; The End of the Nineteenth Century; Troubled Times; The Family Departs; Epilogue; Bibliography; Index. Book is lightly cocked, small bump at bottom of spine, two very small bumps on bottom edge of front board. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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