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THE TARTAN PIMPERNEL., Caskie, Donald C.
1 Caskie, Donald C. THE TARTAN PIMPERNEL.
Oldbourne, London, 1959, reprint. 
270 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w plates. "On Sunday, 10 June 1940, the Rev. Donald C. Caskie, Minister of the Scottish Kirk in Paris, preached for the last time in four years, said goodbye to his congregation, locked the chur ch and joined the mass-exodus from the city. A Highlander, he denounced Hitler from his pulpit. He was on the Gestapo 'Black List'. After a perilous journey - he was mobbed by French villagers who thought him a German paratrooper and machi n e - g u n n ed from the air - he arrived in Marseilles and commandeered the British Seamen's Mission near the Old Harbour. There the adventures of 'The Tartan Pimpernel' began. Immediately contacted by Allied Intelligence Officers he was conscri pt ed t o se rv ic e. The Seamen's Mission became a vital link on the escape route for prisoners-of-war and soldiers escaping from Dunkirk. He fed, clothed and gave the men shelter before sending them through the Pyrenees with forged papers to Sp ain . He co lle cte d m ilitary information for the Allies. Denounced by a British traitor, Dr. Caskie was banished to Grenoble where he continued his work as an 'underground padre'. Arrested by the Gestapo and sentenced to death in a Nazi Court h e pa ss ed thr ough sev en p risons and was saved from death by a German padre. Throughout all his perils (he) was sustained by the Christian Faith and inspired by native patriotism. Still the Scottish Minister to Paris, he has saved the books in whic h h e r ecor ded t he na mes o f his guests of war. Among the legion of men he helped were Whitney Straight, the millionaire sportsman and R.A.F. ace, and Redvers Prior, M.P. His story is enlivened by Scottish humour and brilliant character studie s of his comr ades a nd ene mies." Areas of light browning/foxing on end papers, one corner with a slight small bump, light wrinkling and color fading at top/bottom of spine, some light color fading on top edge of rear board, light browni ng on b ottom edge of bo ards, b rowning and fa int tiny foxing marks on edges of text block. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has small chips and tears (some with old tape on inside), light rubbing/soiling - mainly on rear panel, edge crease s, very light edge w ear, ne wspaper clipping tipped in on front flap. Good+/Good 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
PROUD EMPIRES., Clarke, Austin.  Inscribed.
2 Clarke, Austin. Inscribed. PROUD EMPIRES.
Viking, Markham, Ontario, 1988, first Canadian edition. 
224 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. BOLDLY INSCRIBED AND DATED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. ISBN 0670817562 "In sight of green sugar-cane fields and the sea, the Rum Shop and the Tailor Shop are awash with buckshee rum and male talk. W hile Sarge (known to have broken an innocent man's legs with his truncheon) holds forth about blasted 'properganda', Seabert the Tailor has ambitions for a seat in Parliament and his eye on a big car. As a young man, Michael William Wilberf o r c e T h orne - 'Boy' to the villagers - learns about life from these vibrant characters. Coming of age in the Barbados of the 1950s, he is both horrified and fascinated by the political scheming that surrounds him. After spending several yea rs a t a C an ad i an university on a scholarship, Boy returns to his country with a sharper awareness of its people and possibilities. When an election is called and this tiny, colonial island hovers on the brink of a new political dawn, he is t rea ted a s a pol iti ca l saviour, the first of a new breed. This rich novel, at once serious and hilariously funny, gives a wonderfully exuberant picture of life in Barbados in the early 1950s, painted with unflagging humour and zest." Dust ja cket has ve ry l ight rub bin g, very light wrinkling at top of spine and flap-folds. Very Good+/Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE BOER WAR DIARY OF SOL T. PLAATJE.  AN AFRICAN AT MAFEKING., Comaroff, John L., editor.  (Sol T. Plaatje.)
3 Comaroff, John L., editor. (Sol T. Plaatje.) THE BOER WAR DIARY OF SOL T. PLAATJE. AN AFRICAN AT MAFEKING.
Cardinal, London, 1976. 
160 pp, small 8vo (7 3/4" H), soft cover. ISBN 0351155481 "For decades Sol Plaatje's diary lay buried under a heap of old papers and documents in a Barolong village near Mafeking. It was only when anthropologist John Comaroff told the villagers t hat he was interested in written records that Plaatje's grandson produced an old scrapbook containing this Boer War diary. Dr Comaroff realised that this was a historical document of rare value. The siege of Mafeking was presented in an e n t i r e l y n ew way: through the eyes of one of the many Africans who lived through grim months in the Boer-besieged town." Interior - one page with small corner crease, light browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership m ar ks . E xt er i or - light edge wear, very light soiling on bottom of textblock, small soft wrinkle and ghost sticker mark on front cover. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
SCENES OF MEDIEVAL LIFE.  3 VOLUME SET IN SLIPCASE.  1. LIFE IN A MEDIEVAL CITY.  2. LIFE IN A MEDIEVAL VILLAGE.  3. LIFE IN A MEDIEVAL CASTLE., Gies, Joseph and Gies, Frances.  Preface by Judith Herrin.
4 Gies, Joseph and Gies, Frances. Preface by Judith Herrin. SCENES OF MEDIEVAL LIFE. 3 VOLUME SET IN SLIPCASE. 1. LIFE IN A MEDIEVAL CITY. 2. LIFE IN A MEDIEVAL VILLAGE. 3. LIFE IN A MEDIEVAL CASTLE.
London Folio Society 2002 Hard Cover Very Good+ 
244 pp, 252 pp, 232 pp - 3 volumes, 9" H, bound in blocked printed parchment (colour illustrations on front boards), gilt lettering on spines. Volumes 1 & 3 have map endpapers, all three volumes have colour and b&w plates. Red slipcase with gilt titling on one side. Volume 1 contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Prologue; Troyes: 1250; A Burgher's Home; A Medieval Housewife; Childbirth and Children; Weddings and Funerals; Small Business; Big Business; The Doctor; The Church; The Cathedral; Schools and Scholars; Books and Authors; The New Theatre; Disasters; Town Govern-ment; The Champagne Fair; After 1250; Genealogy of the Counts of Champagne; Notes; Bibliography; Index. Volume 2 contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Prologue: Elton; The Village Emerges; The English Village: Elton; The Lord; The Villagers: Who They Were; The Villagers: How They Lived; Marriage and the Family; The Village at Work; The Parish; Village Justice; The Passing of the Medi-eval Village; Notes; Glossary; Bibliography; Index. Volume 3 contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Prologue: Chepstow Castle; The Castle Comes to England; The Lord of the Castle; The Castle as a House; The Lady; The Household; A Day in the Castle; Hunting as a Way of Life; The Villagers; The Making of a Knight; The Castle at War; The Castle Year; The Decline of the Castle; Great Medieval Castles: A Geographical Guide; Glossary of Castle Terms; Glossary of Feudal Terms; Bibliography; Index. A few very tiny dents on some board edges, volume 2 has a tiny foxing mark on bottom of text block and very small faint foxing mark on fore-edge of each board. Slipcase has minor rubbing, and two very small soiling marks on one side panel. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
5 Hakansson, Gunvor. Translated from Swedish by Lisbeth Gombrich. THE POMANDERS OF LITTLE CHIPPING.
London Abelard-Schuman 1962 First British Edition Hard Cover Good Poor Ake Runnstrom. 
92 pp, 8" H. "(T)he peace (of Little Chipping) was shattered when Mr. Progress of the Progress Company burst upon (the villagers) with devilish all-purpose machines that baked, built, and even taught, quicker and better. The villagers felt they might just as well not be there, and thought they would never free themselves of the tyranny of the machines..Then it began to rain, and it rained until the river flooded the streets and the lower floors of the houses - Everything was topsy-turvy, and Spillman, Mr. Pomander's old octopus friend, was a great help; his eight arms could pick apples under water or fish children from the floods. Nobody really minded the flood for it did ruin the machines, and did rid the town of Mr. Progress forever." Previous owner's information on free front endpaper and name on rear free endpaper along with ink line in rear gutter, one page has closed tear in margin (archivally taped), a few soft wrinkles. Light edgewear to boards, light wrinkling to top/bottom of spine, previous owner's name, decoration and pen line on free rear endpaper. Dust jacket is price clipped and in poor condition with tears, chips, stains, wrinkling, browning, pen line mark on rear flap - but all text and illustrations are complete - now protected in mylar sleeve. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
MOUNTAINS AND A MONASTERY., Holmes, Peter.
6 Holmes, Peter. MOUNTAINS AND A MONASTERY.
Geoffrey Bles, London, 1958, first edition. 
191 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, 2 fold-out maps. "Spiti is a mountainous desert province, on the borders of Tibet, inhabited by a backward hill-folk whose way of life has not changed in a thousand years. It was there, in the village of Ranrik, that Peter Holmes, his wife Judy and their party met Shiring Dawa, the twelve-year-old boy who by his determination had escaped the fate of younger sons in Spiti - to be shut up in the Buddhist monastery at t h e a g e of eight and to remain there for the rest of their lives. The author was struck with Shiring's exceptional intelligence and his ability to grasp facts which were beyond the imagination of most of the villagers, and through him was able to l e ar n a g reat deal about village life and the influence exerted by the monastery. Spiti, however, was only one stage on their journey, and Peter Holmes goes on to describe some hair-raising adventures in the Himalayas. They succeeded in sc ali ng se ver al f or midable mountains not before attempted and Peter Holmes' photographic record of the expedition has provided many unusual illustrations for this delightful book about the Himalayas and the people who live in them." Minor wrink ling at to p/bo tto m o f s pine, one very small corner bump, tiny soiling mark on bottom edge of rear board, very light browning to edges of text block. Dust jacket has several small chips and tears, two tiny dints on spine, light edge wear, are as of lig ht b rowni ng - now in a mylar sleeve. Very Good/Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
THE DAY ADAM GOT MAD., Lindgren, Astrid.  Illustrated by Marit Tornqvist.  Translated by Barbara Lucas.
7 Lindgren, Astrid. Illustrated by Marit Tornqvist. Translated by Barbara Lucas. THE DAY ADAM GOT MAD.
Raben & Sjogren, Stockholm, 1993. 
Unpaginated, oblong (8 1/4" H x 10 5/8" D) hard cover (with glazed pictorial boards) - no dust jacket. ISBN 9129620643 Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout. When a normally placid bull, Adam, loses his temper one Easter and upsets his Swe dish farmyard, it takes a little boy's understanding to bring him back to himself. Slight bump at top of spine, minor wear at top of spine. Very Good+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE UDANA., Masefield, Peter, translated from the Pali by.
8 Masefield, Peter, translated from the Pali by. THE UDANA.
Pali Text Society, Oxford, 1994, first edition. 
198 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover (brown cloth, gold lettering on spine) - no dust jacket (as issued). ISBN 0860133117 "The present translation attempts at presenting the canonical Udana as seen through the eyes of Theravadin orthodoxy in the fif th century at Anuradhapura. Quite often its commentator, Dhammapala, offers more than one interpretation of a given term, or phrase, and especially when discussing the Udanas themselves, the verses appended to the foregoing prose explaining how t h e Udana came to be uttered. Some might argue that the fact that more than one intrepretation is offered is sufficient evidence for the fact that the tradition had, by Dhammapala's time, lost contact with the original import, or else that the c om me nt ator is simply showing off. But it seems to me more likely that such verses may well have been, if not intentionally ambiguous, then at least deliberatley couched in doctrinal double-entendres, which is, after all, the mark of a good poe t. I n s uch cases, I have tried, wherever possible, to cast the translation in such a way that it allows such multiple interpretation, even if it meant that the English rendition resulted, on such occasions, in being somewhat strained." - from t he Intr oduc tion . Previous owner's chop mark (stamp) on free front endpaper. Near Fine 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
THE VAGABOND VENDER., N/A
9 N/A THE VAGABOND VENDER.
Dominion Bureau of Circulation, Toronto, 1929. 
66 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H), hard cover (pale orange boards with red spine, black and red lettering/decoration on front board) - no dust jacket. Exotic 'reptile skin' patterned endpapers in shades of brown, green, peach and gold. Profusely illustr ated with b&w comic illustrations. When travelling salesman Zep Hawker pulls into Mud Creek with his "cure-alls", we meet villagers like Kiss-Proof Kelly, Eppy Demmick, Bacteria Bates, Hippo Potts and Daley Tipple - and he gets run out of t o w n o n a rail! Title page has become detached from the staples but is still firmly hels to the binding (manufacturing flaw), light liquid mark at bottom of page 53 - tiny mark on pages 54 & adjacent picture page, light to moderate edge wea r , a fe w l ig ht sc uffs and small area of soiling on rear cover, minor general soiling, very light beowning to edges of textblock, very small light stain at front cover fore-edge, book now protected in stiff mylar sleeve. Very Good- 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
10 Pern, Stephen. THE BEACH OF MORNING: A WALK IN WEST AFRICA.
London Hodder and Stoughton 1983 0340262362 / 9780340262368 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good- 
224 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H). B&w maps, color photographs. "In 1980 Stephen Pern went for a walk in West Africa. From the papyrus choked shores of elusive Lake Chad, Pern and his Nigerian companion, Waziri, wander south, hopscotching the international border between Nigeria and the Cameroons. The lake and the fringes of the Sahara behind them, they cross featureless savannah and baking plain until they reach the Mandara Mountains. They traverse the entire length of the hill chain until they reach the River Benue, paddling across in a dug-out canoe. For company there are two donkeys and occasional guides who lead the way to the next village but seldom beyond. The route is by tracks which avoid wheeled traffic and which connect a still traditional world, part Islamic, part pagan, where medicinal vulture's feet mingle on market stalls with transistors and strident cassettes. Between them they muster enough of the local languages to communicate with villagers and to exchange news with other travellers on the road. But when two cultures meet Stephen Pern openly admits that far from cracking each other's codes, we may not even recognise that messages are being sent. It is this frank peeling back of preconceptions and a readiness to look directly at things which give this book its freshness and immediacy. (It) is full of unexpected and sharp detail, poignant vignettes and intriguing sidelights, as befits an account of a five-hundred-mile journey taken at a human pace and at human eye level." Very minor edge wear to boards. Dust jacket is price-clipped, light edge wrinkling, minor edge wear, light creases on lower half of front panel, light rubbing. 
Price: 12.00 USD
 
 
SWORD-DANCER SAGA - FIRST FOUR VOLUMES.  1. SWORD-DANCER.  2. SWORD-SINGER.  3. SWORD-MAKER.  4. SWORD-BREAKER.  4 VOLUMES.  (SWORD SEQUENCE.), Roberson, Jennifer.
11 Roberson, Jennifer. SWORD-DANCER SAGA - FIRST FOUR VOLUMES. 1. SWORD-DANCER. 2. SWORD-SINGER. 3. SWORD-MAKER. 4. SWORD-BREAKER. 4 VOLUMES. (SWORD SEQUENCE.)
New York Daw Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Kathy Wyatt (1&2), Corey Wolfe (3&4), cover art. 
First 4 volumes of the "Sword-Dancer Saga" - 7" H. Book 1. Sword-Dancer: 286 pp, 1986 2nd printing, ISBN 0886771528 - "He was Tiger, born of the desert winds, raised as a slave and winning his freedom by weaving a special kind of magic with a warrior's skill. She was Del, born of ice and storm, trained by the greatest of Northern sword masters. Now, her ritual training completed and steeped in the special magic of her own runesword, she had come South in search of the young brother stolen five years before. But even Del could not master all the dangers of the deadly Punja alone. And meeting Del, Tiger could not turn back from the most intriguing challenge he'd ever faced - the challenge of a magical, mysterious sword-dancer from the North." Book 2. Sword-Singer: 382 pp, 1988 8th printing, ISBN 0886774470 - "The Place of Swords - it was here that Del and Tiger must make their way to free Del from the life curse under which she traveled. For this was where she had slain her own sword master long before to blood her magical blade with the kind of power she needed to avenge the cruel destruction of her family. Outlawed by her action, she now had only a year to return there to stand in sword-dancer combat and either clear her name and honor or meet her doom." Book 3. Sword-Maker: 464 pp, 1989 11th printing, ISBN 0886773782 - "Sword-sworn to track down the hounds of hoolies, yet inescapably haunted by his memories of Del, Tiger, now master of Northern and Southron sword skills, is relentlessly following the trail which will lead him to Ysaa-den. Yet before him wait perils far deadlier than any hounds. For in Ysaa-den he is hailed as a champion come to stop the force which has been wreaking destruction upon the villagers, a force which many claim is a dragon of unimaginable strength." Book 4. Sword-Breaker: 460 pp, 1991 4th printing, ISBN 0886774764 - "Accused of murdering a man the Southron tribes believe to be their messiah, but who is actually the slayer of Del's family, Tiger and Del flee across the deadly Punja desert, hunted by religious zealots and sword-dancer assassins. But evading death by assasssins' blades is only one of the challenges they face. For Tiger's sword, Samiel, has been possessed by the spirit of the deadly sorcerer, Chosa-Dei - a wizards out of legend with the power to unmake the entire world, a master of evil who seeks to mold Tiger into his ultimate weapon of destruction." Interiors- vol. 4 has light browning to inside of covers and one small dog-ear crease, otherwise all are clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - vol. 2 has a small price/info. sticker on rear cover, vol. 4 has several light scratches and a soft crease on rear cover, all vols. have very light edge wear - mainly at top/bottom of spines. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
12 Sivers, Brenda. Illustrated by Shirley Hughes. THE SNAILMAN.
Little, Brown, Boston, 1978, first U.S. edition. 
118 pp, 8vo (8 3/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0316791180 B&w illustrations. "....the village children taunt the strange man who asks only to be left alone. 'He's weird. Funny in the head. So would you be if you kept snails for pets' , the villagers whisper. Eleven-year-old Timothy, a newcomer to the village, imagines the snailman must be a hideous cross between Frankenstein and the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Since his family's move from London, Timothy has made no frie n d s - a n d the boys next door seem to enjoy nothing so much as bullying him. He becomes obsessed by the mysterious hermit whom he's never seen. Finally, driven by loneliness and curiosity, Timothy approaches the snailman. He discovers in th e hu ge , u g ly m an a gentle friend, someone he can trust and turn to when his parents quarrel or when the children at school are spiteful. He wants to keep their friendship a secret, but when the villagers bring a serious charge against the s na ilm an, T imo th y k now s h e must come to his friend's defense. This is a moving story about two lonely people - a young boy and the village outcast - and how they help each other." Very tiny foxing specks on top of textblock, light wrinklin g a t to p/bo tto m of sp ine. Du st j acket is price clipped, has light edge wear at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, moderate rubbing/soiling, a few very small edge tears. Very Good/Good+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
DRAGONLANCE.  BROTHER OF THE DRAGON with SISTER OF THE SWORD.  VOLUMES TWO & THREE OF THE BARBARIANS TRILOGY.  2 VOLUMES., Thompson, Paul B. & Cook, Tonya C.
13 Thompson, Paul B. & Cook, Tonya C. DRAGONLANCE. BROTHER OF THE DRAGON with SISTER OF THE SWORD. VOLUMES TWO & THREE OF THE BARBARIANS TRILOGY. 2 VOLUMES.
Renton, WA Wizards of the Coast 078691873X / 9780786918737 First Printiings Mass Market Paperbacks Very Good Corey Wolfe, cover art. 
Volumes 2 & 3 of the Barbarian Trilogy - 6 7/8" H. Volume Two: Brother of the Dragon - 312 pp, 2001 first printing, ISBN 078691873X - "The village of Yala-tene is flourishing. Twelve years of peace and plenty have allowed the little settlement to grow into a thriving town. But its peace is threatened - from within by an ambitious priest of the dragon cult, and from without by a savage horde of warriors. Against these evils, Chief Amero and the bronze dragon Duranix strive to hold the fragile threads of civilization together." Volume Three: Sister of the Sword - 310 pp, 2002 first printing, ISBN 0786927895 - "Raiders, nomads and villagers. Ogres and elves. Dragons of good and evil. These are the forces that have joined battle to decide the fate of the first primitive civilization of Krynn. At the center of the whirlwind, the long-separated siblings Amero and Nianki are reunited. But foes long gone and presumed dead also join together, seeking vengeance and destructiion once and for all." Interiors - volume 3 has one page with tiny corner crease, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - volume 2 has very light edge wear, one corner crease and light fore-edge wrinkling on rear cover. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
BALLYKISSANGEL: BEHIND THE SCENES., Tibballs, Geoff.
14 Tibballs, Geoff. BALLYKISSANGEL: BEHIND THE SCENES.
Headline, London, 1997, first edition. 
128 pp, large 8vo (9 7/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0747221065 Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. "Rarely has a new drama series engendered such genuine affection, particularly for its characters. Especially tantalising is the relationship between young English Catholic priest Peter Clifford and feisty bar owner Assumpta Fitzgerald, but 'BallyK' is home to a wide variety of colourful individuals including roguish businessman Brian Quigley, his headstrong daughter Niam h a nd her pensive husband Ambrose Egan, the local Garda. The show's other star is of course its setting - the stunning Vale of Avoca in County Wicklow - and Geoff Tibballs goes behind the scenes to discover the origins of the series, how the prod uc e rs came to choose Avoca and what the real villagers think of the show. As well as containing exclusive interviews with cast and crew, this book is gloriously illustrated with on- and off-screen photographs capturing perfectly the magic of 'Ba lly ki ssa ngel'." Dust jacket has minor wrinkle at top of spine, very light rubbing on rear panel. Fine/Very Good+ 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
PICTURES FROM THE PAST:  A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF OLD GREASBY, IRBY, WOODCHURCH AND UPTON., Young, Derek.
15 Young, Derek. PICTURES FROM THE PAST: A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF OLD GREASBY, IRBY, WOODCHURCH AND UPTON.
Self-published, n.d., printed by Ashley Printing, Liverpool. 
Unpaginated (approx. 58 pp.), 11 9/16" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions, map. Contents: Introduction; Woodchurch (with notes on Arrowe Hall); Upton; Greasby (with notes on the Greasby Smal lpox Hospital); Irby; Frankby; Thurstaston; Dawpool. Includes some lists of villagers mentioned in a 1901 directory. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wrinkling, very light rubbing an d s o i l i n g on covers, slight ink smudging on front cover decoration. Very Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
 


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