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1. Books $50.00 and under - CANADIANA.
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2. (Agriculture). GRUBB, Eugene H. The Potato. A Compilation of Information from Every Available Source.
Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1912. First edition. Tall 8vo., original beige buckram, 545, (1)p.ads. Illustrated. Spine faded otherwise a nice copy.
$75.00

   

Finely Bound and Signed by John Saks

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3. (Fine Binding). BALZAC, Honoré de. Le Colonel Chabert. Lithographies Originales de Jean Pichard.
(Mayenne: Joseph Floch, Maitre Imprimeur, 1944). One of 100 numbered copies on Vélin pur chiffon, with lithographs. Inscribed by the binder “Bound for Arden With Love Christmas 1972 Johnny”. Small 4to., finely bound and signed by John Saks in full teal morocco with rectangular morocco inlays in medium green, mustard, purple, and red, detailed in gilt, (171)pp. Spine very faintly sunned, else fine.
$1,250.00

   

Inscribed to the Workers International Relief of Canada

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4. BARBUSSE, Henri. Faits Divers.
Paris: Ernest Flammarion, (1928). First edition, trade issue (there were two numbered issues on Arches and Lafuma paper, as per note facing title). Inscribed by Barbusse on halftitle “To my friends and comrades of W. I. R. of Canada with fraternal(?) greetings. Henri Barbusse” 8vo., orig. printed wrappers, 282pp. Pages brittle, archival tape repair to first two leaves, wrappers chipped and worn, particularly along spine, spine darkened, rear wrapper repaired with tape, still a very good copy. W.I.R. refers to the Workers International Relief, an organization formed to collect and distribute relief during strikes, internationally--Barbusse was an honorary patron.
$450.00

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5. BEACH, Rex. The Silver Horde.
New York: A.L. Burt, nd. (190-?). 8vo., original olive green cloth with a pictorial paper panel on the upper cover, 390, (19)pp.ads. About fine.
$75.00

   

A Temperance Novel

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6. BROWN, Thurlow Weed. Minnie Hermon; Or The Curse of Rum. A Tale for the Times by... Embracing Also the Life and Work of Francis Murphy and Dr. Henry A. Reynolds By George T. Ferris.
New York and Cincinnati: Henry S. Goodspeed & Company, 1878. First edition. Tall thick 8vo., original blue decorated cloth, xxviii, (30)-894, (2)pp.ads. With illustrations. Inner front hinge cracked, some light wear to the spine ends but o/w a better than very good but not near fine copy. A temperance novel.

$250.00

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7. (Canadiana) ‘The Times.’ Canada Reprinted from The Canada Number of The Times Published On May 15, 1939.
London: Printed and Published at the Office of The Times, 1939. First edition. Tall 8vo., original stiff printed wrappers, 276pp. Spine and perimeter of the wrappers is browned otherwise a very nice copy. Reprinted from a special number of The Times, published on the arrival of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth for their visit to Canada. This work is divided into four sections, each of which is comprised of several short pieces written by prominent Canadians such as: Lester B. Pearson, Vincent Massey, Marius Barbeau, Duncan Campbell Scott, W.A. ‘Billy’ Bishop, and Stephen Leacock.

$185.00

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8. (Canadiana) COLLISON, W. H. In the Wake of the War Canoe. A Stirring Record of Forty Years’ Successful Labour, Peril & Adventure Amongst the Savage Indian Tribes of the Pacific Coast, and the Piratical Head-Hunting Haidas of the Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C…. With an Introduction by The Lord Bishop of Derry.
London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1915. First edition, variant binding. 8vo., orig. pink cloth decorated in blindstamp and lettered in black, (352)pp. Ownership inscription, front free endpaper has been replaced, cloth mostly faded to tan and with some overall soiling and foxing to spine, very good.
$200.00

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9. (CARLYLE, Thomas--translator). German Romance: Specimens of Its Chief Authors; With Biographical and Critical Notices by the Translator of Wilhelm Meister and the Author of the Life of Schiller.
Edinburgh: William and Charles Tait..., 1827. In four volumes. First edition. 8vo., cont. half black morocco, marble boards, raised bands, gilt compartments, (xvi), 337, (338: blank); (iv), 317, (318: printer's imprint); (iv), 309, (310: printer's imprint) (311-312: blank); (iv), 352pp. Lacking halftitles and engraved title in Vol. IV. Ex-library with stamps on the titles and engraved frontispieces, and a small round paper label on the upper boards, boards a little rubbed, a bit of chipping to the tops of the spines but this is still a very nice, certainly very good, copy of a scarce work. Tarr A4.1; Wolff 113; Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 348. Comprised of 12 novellas and short stories, Wolff notes that this is “one of the key books in the transmission of the German Romantics to England”.
$1,000.00

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10. CARROLL, Lewis. Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. With Forty-Six Illustrations by Harry Furniss.
London: Macmillan And Co., 1893. First edition. 8vo., original red cloth with a small circular gilt decoration on the upper board, (xxxii), 423, (5)pp.ads. A fine bright copy in the original green/grey dustwrapper, which has a couple of chips out at the top of the spine and corners, a crease and 2” closed tear on the upper panel but is still a better than very good example of a scarce dustwrapper
$1,250.00

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11. (COOKERY). Skuse’s Complete Confectioner, A Practical Guide to the Art of Sugar Boiling in All Its Branches. The Manufacture of Fondants, Creams, Chocolates, Liqueurs, Pastilles, Jujubes, ... Every Information about Colours and Flavours; the best to use and how to use them.
London: W.J. Bush & Co., nd. (189-?). Tall 8vo., original brown cloth stamped in gilt and black, (22), 187, (13)pp. ads. A touch of wear to the foot of the spine but in fact a near fine copy. Includes information on making chocolates, jujubes, pastilles, caramels, noyeaus, nougats, pralines, ice creams and ices, jellies, cordials, preserved and crystallized fruits, and candied peel.

$275.00

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12. (CRAIK, Mrs. Dinah Mulock). The Adventures of a Brownie, As Told to My Child. By The Author of...
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1872. First U.S. edition. Small 8vo., original blue cloth stamped in black and gilt, (140),4pp. ads. Illustrated. Name on the verso of the frontis, some light wear to the spine ends but in fact a near fine copy.
$450.00

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13. DUMAS, Alexandre, Fils. Peches de Jeunesse.
Paris: Felleus et Dufour, 1847. First edition. Tall 8vo., rebound in full dark blue straight-grain morocco, raised bands, elaborate gilt compartments, both covers havea. triple gilt borders surrounding a wide rectangular ornate gilt border, inner dentelles gilt, yellow silk pastedowns and endpapers, A.E.G., 403pp. (p.404 blank). With the original wrappers bound in. Portrait of the author tipped in, inner hinges are cracked and tender, the inner front hinge has been reinforced with archival tape, which is almost imperceptible otherwise a fine copy in an attractive binding.
$1,250.00

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14. (Economics) PRICE, Bonamy. Currency and Banking.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1876. First U.S. edition. 8vo., original rust cloth ruled in black, with gilt lettering, (4), 176, (10)pp. ads. Ownership inscription, light wear to extremities, still near fine.
$150.00

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15. (England) BEATTIE, William. The Castles and Abbeys of England, From the National Records, Early Chronicles, and Other Standard Authors. [WITH] The Castles and Abbeys of England, From the National Records, Early Chronicles, and Other Standard Authors. Second series.
London: George Virtue, nd. (1844). In two volumes. 4to., uniformly bound in the original publishers’ light brown cloth with gilt decoration on the spine, gilt and blind on the boards, xvi, (2), 352; viii, 362pp. Profusely illustrated, the first series with 11 full page plates and numerous engravings in the text; the second series with 27 full page engravings. Several leaves of the first volume have been carelessly opened, some very minor and scattered foxing, spines faded but otherwise a near fine copy in the original cloth. This is one of several of a series of descriptive and historical works that Beattie produced with engravings by his friend and fellow traveller, William Bartlett.
$850.00

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16. (England) GREVILLE MURRAY, E.C. Side-Lights On English Society Or Sketches Form Life, Social & Satirical.
London: Vizetelly & Co., 1881. In two volumes. First edition. Tall 8vo., original blue cloth with pictorial decoration in gilt on the upper covers, xviii, (324); vi, (378), (2)pp.ads. Profusely illustrated. Some minor rubbing with a touch of wear to the foot of the spines, volume one has a repair to a tear on the spine but this is still a better than very good, almost near fine set.
$500.00

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17. (Fine Art) CARTWRIGHT, Julia. Jean Francois Millet. His Life and Letters.
London: Swann Sonnenschein & Co., 1902. Second edition. Tall 8vo., full contemporary tan calf, raised bands, gilt decorated in compartments, leather spine label, inner dentelles gilt, A.E.G., (viii), 396pp. With nine photogravures. A fine copy.

$225.00

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18. (Fine Art) JAMESON, Mrs. (Anna Brownell). Sacred and Legendary Art.
London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1870. In two volumes. Sixth edition. Tall 8vo., full contemporary brown morocco, raised bands, gilt compartments, gilt design in centre of covers surrounded by a double gilt border, gilt decoration in corners, inner dentelles gilt, A.E.G. by Riviere, A fine copy in a nice binding. Anna Brownell Jameson [1794-1860] essayist, travel writer, biographer, art and literary critic. Separated from her husband, Jameson made her first journey to Germany where she developed a passion for German art and literature. She joined her husband briefly in Upper Canada and recorded her experiences in a travel book, before returning to England alone. Her circle of friends included Lady Byron, Jane Carlyle, Fanny Kemble, Elizabeth Gaskell, the Brownings and Harriete Martineau. Her art criticism was much admired, including the above, in which she "expands the aesthetic context to propound her views on womanhood." Jameson was quite concerned with the legal and educational rights of women and her later writings addressed several of the issues involving women.

$450.00

   

First Edition, First Impression

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19. HARDY, Thomas. Tess of the d’Urbervilles. A Pure Woman.
London: James R. Osgood, McIlvaine and Co., (1891). In three volumes. First edition, first impression with the date ‘1891’ on the verso of the title and all the textual points noted by Purdy. 8vo., recently rebound with a red calf spine, waxed marble boards, raised bands, leather spine labels. With the half-titles. A fine copy. Purdy p.67-76. Tess of the d’Urbervilles, written at Max Gate between the autumn of 1888 and late 1890, was published in an edition of one thousand copies during the week of 29 November 1891, with a second revised impression of five hundred copies appearing in early February 1892. Hardy took the opportunity to restore most of the manuscript readings that had been bowdlerized for the serial in deference to editorial fastidiousness. The text continued to evolve down to, and in some degree beyond, the 1892 publication of the first cheap single volume edition (known confusingly as the ‘Fifth Edition,’ intervening impressions being referred to by Osgood McIlvaine as ‘editions.’ On publication, Tess received mixed reviews, most praising its compassion and seriousness of intent, many identifying it as Hardy’s greatest novel, but others offended by its questionable morality. Of these, none was more excoriating than the notice in the Quarterly Review by Mowbray Morris, who had rejected it for serialization in Macmillan’s Magazine. He declared it to have told ‘an extremely disagreeable story in an extremely disagreeable manner’, provoking Hardy to write, somewhat prophetically, in his diary: ‘A man must be a fool to deliberately stand up to be shot at.’ Its controversial subject helped to generate brisk sales, with seventeen thousand copies of the cheap edition printed before the end of 1892. Its lengthy evolution from manuscript through serial to three-decker and then single-volume form, with significant authorial modifications at each stage, makes Tess the most editorially complex of Hardy’s novels. Its status in the front rank of his fiction, and as one of the nineteenth century’s most influential and socially challenged novels, is reflected in its placing as the first volume in all collected editions of Hardy’s work.

$5,000.00

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20. (Illustrated) WELLS, Carolyn. Seven Ages of Childhood. Pictures by Jesse Wilcox Smith. Verses by…
New York: Moffat, Yard and Company, 1909. First edition. 4to., original tan buckram with pictorial paper panel on upper cover, (4), 56pp. Seven colour plates. Patch of wear to front free endpaper, foxing to pages facing illustrations, still near fine.
$400.00

   

Inscribed by Mason to Dennis Wheatley with Wheatley's Bookplate

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21. MASON, A.E.W. (Alfred Edward Woodley). The Philanderers.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1897. First edition. With a presentation inscription from Mason to mystery writer Dennis Wheatley. 8vo., rebound in brown half morocco, marble boards, raised bands, single gilt decoration in compartments, 232pp. With the original upper cover and spine bound in at rear. Bookplate of Dennis Wheatley otherwise a fine copy. In a slipcase.

$475.00

   

Includes Contributions by Churchill, H. Rider Haggard

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22. MILES, Alfred H. (editor). The Bravest Deed I Ever Saw. Stories of Personal Experience. Edited by... Illustrated by Vernon Pearce.
London: Hutchinson & Co., nd. (1905). Second edition (so stated). 8vo., original dark green pictorial cloth, 364, (2)pp.ads. Illustrated. Name on verso of frontispiece otherwise near fine. Contains "A Soldier and A Gentleman" by H. Rider Haggard and "The Doctor and the Soldier" by Winston Churchill.

$150.00

   

First Canadian Edition

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23. MITCHELL, John Ames. Dr Thorne's Idea.
Toronto: McLeod & Allen, (1910). First Canadian edition, first published by Scribner's in 1897 under the title "Gloria Victis" and revised, enlarged and reissued in 1910. 8vo., original blue cloth, 244pp. Bleiler p.141. Name, spine end a touch rubbed otherwise near fine.
$150.00

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24. O'FLAHERTY, Liam. The Black Soul.
London: Jonathan Cape, (1924). First edition of the author's second book. Fine in a slightly soiled dustwrapper which is darkened on the spine with some small nicks at the ends.

$250.00

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25. OPPENHEIM, E. Phillips. Exit A Dictator.
Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, (1939). First Canadian edition, in a variant d/w with the imprint of the American publisher “Little Brown” at the foot of the spine but with McClelland & Stewart adverts on the back panel. A fine copy in the pictorial d/w which has some light wear to the spine ends.

$350.00

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26. PERCY, Thomas. Reliques of Ancient Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and Other Pieces of our Earlier Poets; Together With Some Few of Later Date. By... With Memoir and Critical Dissertation, by the Rev. George Gilfillan.
Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1858. In three volumes. Later edition, but the first edition with the Memoir by Gilfillan. Tall 8vo., contemporary red half morocco, cloth, raised bands, xcvi, 290; (viii), 318, (1); (xxxvi), 340pp. Inner front hinge of volume one and the rear hinge of volume two are cracked otherwise a fine set. ‘A collection of songs, ballads, metrical romances and sonnets, first published in 1765, and expanded in editions of 1767, 1775 and 1794. Some pieces are medieval while others are as late as the early 17th century. Most are drawn from the ‘Percy Folio’, though Percy followed the custom of his age and edited the original texts freely. The ‘Reliques’ was an important step towards the revival of ballad poetry and its influence was acknowledged by the Romantic poets.’ (Cambridge Comp. to Eng. Lit.)

$350.00

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27. (RUSKIN, John) COOK, E.T. Homes and Haunts of John Ruskin by... With Twenty-Eight Illustrations in Colour from Original Drawings, and Sixteen in Black and White by E.M.B. Warren.
New York: Macmillan, 1912. First U.S. edition. Small 4to., original blue cloth, xviii, (220)pp. Illustrated. About fine.

$125.00

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28. (Science) (ARMSTRONG, John). The Art of Preserving Health. A Poem.
London: Printed for A. Millar, ..., 1744. First edition. 4to., full contemporary calf, raised bands, gilt compartments, (2)m 134pp. [1], B-R4, S3. Some rubbing along the spine joints, head of spine chipped otherwise a very nice copy. Rothschild 56, Osler 4335. John Armstrong [1709-1799] Scottish physician who published several essays and poems. This work is divided into four parts; Book I--Air; Book II--Diet; Book III--Exercise and Book IV--Passions. This was the work that established Armstrong's reputation as a writer. “Warton praises it for classical correctness; Dr. Beattie predicted that it would ‘make him known and esteemed by posterity....’” Warton stated, “To describe so difficult a thing, gracefully and poetically, as the effects of distemper on a human body, was reserved for Dr. Armstrong, who accordingly hath executed it at the end of his third book of The Art of Preserving Health, where he hath given us that pathetick account of the sweating sickness. There is a classical correctness and closeness of style in this poem that are truly admirable, and the subject is raised and adorned by numberless poetical images.” (Allibone).
$850.00

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29. (Science) BRIGHAM, Carl C. A Study of Error. A Summary and Evaluation of Methods Used in Six Years of Study of the Scholastic Aptitude Test of the College Entrance Examination Board.
New York: College Entrance Examination Board, 1932 First edition. With a 1 page TLS, dated “September 24, 1932” from the author to Dr. Clarence B. Farrar, requesting that he review this work for ‘the International Congress.’ With a copy of Farrar’s review laid in. With the bookplate of C.B. Farrar. 4to., original red fabricoid, 384pp. double columns. Fine. In his review, Farrar states in part: “It is a monumental work which clears the ground and points the way for the systematic cataloguing of errors, which as the author states in concluding this study, ‘should provide the basis needed for a genuine science of education.’”.
$500.00

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30. (Science) MACAULAY, James. Plea For Mercy To Animals.
London: The Religious Tract Society, nd. (189-?) Sq. 8vo., orig. brown cloth detailed in black and gilt, viii, (19)-160pp. Lengthy inscription on halftitle, else near fine.
$125.00

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31. (Science) WHITE, William A. and Smith Ely Jelliffe. The Modern Treatment Of Nervous And Mental Diseases By American and British Authors. Edited by...
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1913. In two volumes. First edition. From the library of Dr. C.B. Farrar with his bookplate. Tall thick 8vo., original maroon cloth, xvi, 17-865; viii, 17-816pp. A fine copy. Smith Jelliffe [1866-1945] American psychiatrist, met William Alanson White at Binghampton State Hospital, and the two became close friends. Jelliffe had a brilliant career in neurology and psychiatry, becoming Clinical Professor of Mental Diseases at Fordham University, president of the New York State Psychiatric Society and the Americana Psychopathological Society, editor in chief of the Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases. His meeting with Carl Jung led to the Jung delivering a series of eight lectures at Fordham in 1912. The above title, co-authored with White, is a classic in the field. "The present work lays emphasis upon the psychical side of life as being worth quite as much consideration as the physical. It sets forth doctrines of nervous and mental hygiene, reconstructive factors in social organization as applied to human ills, and endeavors to present a broad front to the pessimistic nihilism in therapeutics that has been too long current in these fields, because the doctor's eyes have been too closely focused on the individual examples and results of human accidents. Neurology and psychiatry offer the widest possible opportunities for preventive medicine as well as for therapeutic optimism. The program here presented is essentially therapeutic. Planned as it has been on a broad scale, the more practical issues confronting the clinician have, nevertheless, been fully met.".
$575.00

   

First American Edition owned by a Friend of George Washington

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32. SENECA, Lucius Annaeus. Seneca’s Morals, by Way of Abstract. To Which is Added a Discourse, Under the Title of An After-Thought… by Sir Roger L’Estrange, Knt.
Boston: By I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1792. First American edition. With the signature of Col. Philip Marsteller, who held several prominent positions during the American Revolutionary War and was a friend and business associate of George Washington (he was one of the six pallbearers at Washington’s funeral); bookplate of Dr. C. B. Farrar; inscription in Latin by William R. Wilson dated 1796 and his name stamped on title. 8vo., full cont. calf, leather spine label, xxiv, 383pp. With frontispiece and three plates of engravings. Dampstaining and some browning throughout, an early 20th-century catalogue description tipped on to rear pastedown (calling this a “rare” edition), writing on title and endpapers, hole in rear gutter, wear to spine ends, nonetheless a nice example of an American binding of the period. Wing 3425. Evans 24778.
$1,250.00

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33. (Sports and Pastimes) OSHINS, Louis R. A Handy Football Library.
Garden City, New York: Blue Ribbon Books, nd. (c. 1949) In four volumes. Sq. 8vo., pictorial paper boards, no pagination. Illustrated. Spines darkened otherwise fine in near fine printed slipcase. Vol. 1 Offensive Football; Vol. 2 Defensive Football; Vol. 3 Football Rules; Vol. 4 Famous Names.
$75.00

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34. (Tibet) LANDOR, A. Henry Savage. In the Forbidden Land. An Account of a Journey into Tibet Capture by the Tibetan Lamas and Soldiers, Imprisonment, Torture and Ultimate Release brought about by Dr. Wilson and the Political Peshkar Karak Sing-Pal.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1899. In two volumes. First U.S. edition. Tall 8vo., original green cloth with pictorial decoration on the upper boards, t.e.g., (xviii), (307), (308 blank); (xiv), 250pp. With 8 plates in colour, 50 full page plates, numerous illustrations in the text, and a folding map in the rear of volume two. Name on the endpaper otherwise a fine, bright copy. Yakushi L59a. A. Henry Savage Landor [1865-1924] British explorer who is perhaps best remembered for being captured while travelling in Tibet at a time when it was officially closed to foreigners. He set off for Tibet for ‘geographic and scientific purposes, and to study the manners and customs of those people.’ While attempting to reach the forbidden city of Llhasa, he was abandoned by his servants, and set upon by 400 Tibetan soldiers. Landor and his servants were imprisoned and tortured, and his release was only secured after the intervention of a British official and missionary. Landor’s account, for obvious reasons, does not paint a positive picture of the Tibetans.
$650.00

   

The Lonely Hearts Killers

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35. (True Crime) BROWN, Wenzell. Introduction to Murder. The unpublished facts behind the notorious Lonely Hearts killers Martha Beck and Raymond Fernandez.
New York: Greenberg, (1952). First edition. From the library of Dr. C.B. Farrar with his bookplate. A fine copy in a near fine dustwrapper with some soiling and fading along the spine.

$350.00

   

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The Pope's Bookbinder
A Memoir
By David Mason

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