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1 MONTREAL IN VERSE, An Anthology of English Poetry By Montreal Poets,
Montreal Writers of the Poetry Group of the Canadian Authors Assoc. Montreal Branch 1942 Paperbound Very Good 12mo 
red printed paper wraps, pp., 48., 
Price: 17.50 USD
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2 Acorn, Milton; THE ISLAND MEANS MINAGO, Poems from Prince Edward Island,
Toronto New Canadian Publications a Division of NC Press 1975 091960 031-X / 9780919600317 First Paperback Edit. Pict Paper Wraps, Very Good Paperbound 8 Vo., 
pp., 122, (1) , 3, illustrated, half-tone illustrations, light shelf wear 
Price: 25.00 USD
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3 Aiken, Conrad THE SOLDIER, A Poem
Norfolk, Connecticut New Directions, The Poets of the Year 1944 First Edition Grey Paper Over Boards Very Good Good Hardcover, 8 Vo., 
pp., 32 , two color t.p., small ink initial in top inside corner of front free endpaper,d.j. toned at edges, some small edge chips 
Price: 50.00 USD
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4 Alden Nowlan BETWEEN TEARS AND LAUGHTER; Poems By...
Toronto Clarke, Irwin 1971 0772005060 / 9780772005069 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good Hardbound 8 vo,. 
black cloth, gilt spine, 119 p., spine of d.j. faded, small area of loss at head of spine, in protective mylar, 
Price: 30.00 USD
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PEOPLE OF THE STREET; And Oterh Poems, Alexander Louis Fraser
5 Alexander Louis Fraser PEOPLE OF THE STREET; And Oterh Poems
Saint John, N.B Globe Press 1929 First Edition Paperbound Fair 8 Vo,. 
dec. paper wraps, 85 pages, ink sigs of former owners on front endpaper, damaged along spine and repaired with acid-free tape, a fair copy of a rare Fraser title. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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THE TOKEN OF FRIENDSHIP : an offering for all seasons : illustrated.., Anonymous
6 Anonymous THE TOKEN OF FRIENDSHIP : an offering for all seasons : illustrated..
Boston Phillips, Sampson & Company 1855 Hard Cover Very Good Hardbound 12 mo (19 cm) 
bound in black morocco blocked in gold and blind, 276 pages, a.e.g., [6] leaves of plates : (plates are engraved by W. H. Mote, J. Cochran, J. T. Willmore after R. T. Bott, J. P. Drew and D. Roberts.) illustrations (some color), p. 164 misnumbered "65" and p. 194 misnumbered "94", .t..p. preceded by 2 col. presentation plates (by W.C. Sharp. lithographer, Boston) some wear at edges, small area of damage at lower back cover, (leather pull), toning and some foxing to prelims rear endpaper toned. blind stamp on front endpaper, (R.& H. O'Hara, Booksellers Stationers, and Daguerrean Artists, Bowmanville, C.W.(Canada West) 
Price: 100.00 USD
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7 Bailey, Alfred, MIRAMICHI LIGHTENING; The Collected Poems of Alfred Bailey.
Fredericton Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1981 0 86492 006 7 / 9780864920065 First Edition Paperbound Fine 8 Vo., 
pict. card wraps, pp., 187, illustrated endpapers, [music notation], "Border River...puts him into the front rank of Canadian poets," Northrop Frye [from the back wrap] 
Price: 17.50 USD
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MEZZOTINTS, Barker Laura Cooke
8 Barker Laura Cooke MEZZOTINTS
Wausau, Wisc Philosopher Press 1900 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good 8 Vo., (20 cm) 
gilt dec.purple cloth, 70 pages,deckle edges, title page vignette in color, (design of cover and title page by Agnes Bassett) some scattered foxing,some uneven fading to coves, spine faded, Laura Elizabeth Cooke was the daughter of Pittt Cooke and Mary Townsend Cooke . (Pitt Cooke was the brother of Jay Cooke, the Civil War financier.) She wrote several books . Her first book was entitled A Strange Experiment, (1897) was also published by the Philosophers Press of Wisconsin.The Sandusky Register (Ohio)reported in its April 29, 1900 issue that Laura's poems were "especially interesting from a psychological standpoint, showing how the mind of the woman of strict orthodox training refines and interprets human desires." All of her books are difficult to find. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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9 Blake William; Edwin John Ellis The poetical works of William Blake; 2 Volumes
London Chatto & Windus, 1906 Hard Cover Very Good Hardbound, 8 vo,. 
bound in brown buckram, gilt spine, 2 v. pp., 551; 492: frontispiece in both vols., top edges gilt, light foxing to prelims of both vols., CONTENTS; v. 1. Preliminary. Poetical sketches. Songs of innocence. Songs of experience. Ideas of good and evil. The gates of paradise, etc. The prophetic books -- v. 2. Vala. Jerusalem. edited and annotated by Edwin J. Ellis. 
Price: 80.00 USD
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10 Blunden, Edmund; NEAR AND FAR, New Poems By...
NY & London Harper & Bros., 1930 Limited Edit 105 Copies Hard Cover Very Good No Dust Jacket, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
blue, dec. paper-covered boards, blue cloth spine, pp., viii, 64.[1]; title-page vignette, light wear at spine ends, corners bumped, darkenin along top edges of front and back covers, smalll ink initail in top inside corner of front free endpaper, A limited edition printed at the Golden Hind Press on Holland paper, this editon was not signed by author 
Price: 25.00 USD
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11 Boyle, Charles Frederick STARS BEFORE THE WIND;
Toronto The Ryerson Press Limited Edition 250 Copies, Paperbound Fine Paperbound 8 Vo., 
pict card wraps,(1937) 8 pages, WATTERS page 23 
Price: 30.00 USD
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12 Brewster, Elizabeth ENTERTAINING ANGELS
Ottawa, Oberon Press 1988 0 88750 710 7 / 9780887507106 First Edition in Paperback Paperbound Fine Fine 12mo 
pict. paper wraps, 118 pages, cover art by Mary Pratt 
Price: 20.00 USD
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SPRING AGAIN POEMS, Brewster, Elizabeth
13 Brewster, Elizabeth SPRING AGAIN POEMS
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Oberon Press 1990 0 88750 797 2 / 9780887507977 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8 Vo., 
blue cloth, 109 pages, illustrated t.p. in protective mylar d.j. a very attractive copy of a very scarce title by a well respected Canadian poet. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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WHEEL OF CHANGE, Brewster, Elizabeth
14 Brewster, Elizabeth WHEEL OF CHANGE
Ottawa, Ontario, Oberon Press 1993 0 88750 920 7 / 9780887509209 First Edition Paperbound Very Good 8 Vo., Cover Art By Egon Schiele Signed by Author
pict paper wraps, 101,(1) pp., title page illustration, signed by author at foot of t.p., 
Price: 20.00 USD
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15 Brewster, Elizabeth W. SELECTED POEMS OF ELIZABETH BREWSTER 1944-1977
Ottawa Oberon Press 1985 0 88750 596 1 / 9780887505966 First Edition Paperbound Very Good 8 Vo., 
pict.paper binding, 158 pages. illustrated t.p., small ink sticker inside front wrap, Introduction by Tom Marshall 
Price: 20.00 USD
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LILLOOET, Brewster,Elizabeth
16 Brewster,Elizabeth LILLOOET
Toronto The Ryerson Press 1954 Hard Cover Fine 8 Vo., 
pict. paper over boards, 28 pages, one of a limited edition of 150 copies, a review of the work by Fred Cogswell laid-in. a bright clean copy. A volume (No. 153) in the Ryerson Poetry chap books series. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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17 Browne Maurice RECOLLECTIONS OF RUPERT BROOKE; Limited Edition, Signed By Author
Chicago Alexander Greene 1927 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Signed by Author
blue, buckram, beveled boards, gilt spine,64 pages, illustrations in collotype, port. frontis.,(from a photograph by Eugene Hutchinson), Chicago, 2 full page plates (from photographs) one full page facsimile,the text contains ten letters from Brooke to Maurice Browne in full, and a varient version of the True Beatitude first printed in Collected Poems, 1918, printed by the Cuneo Press on French handmade paper, typography by Douglas C. McMurtrie, light wear to covers, covers lightly soiled, spine a litte faded, signed on the front free endpaper, " For Patience & Harry with much love 1936 , from Maurice." See pp 129 Keynes, A Bibliography of.Rupert Brooke. First Edition No 177 of 510 Copies Size: 4 to 
Price: 130.00 USD
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Fredericton, New Brunswick The Journal Office First Edition Printed Paper Wraps, Poor Paperbound 12 mo (15 cm) 
no date (1898?) printed paper wraps, string stiched at spine, 133 pp of 146? present.by Martin Butler, author of "Maple leaves and hemlock branches." text is toned, front wraps i chipped with edge losses, ink notations at foot to title page, pages are turned at corners, a very delicate copy of a rare item of New Brunswick poetry offered here incomplete with approximately 13 pp missing at the rear, The volume is parinted on cheap paper and it is rare to find it in any reasonable condition since not many examples survived. Martin Butler was , by his own defination, a poet, printer, peddler, editor, patriot...Butler’s early boyhood was spent on the Salmon River in Kent County, N.B., on his father's farm. His father was a rural labourer of loyalist and Irish origins, who made a hard living cutting wood and working farms Butler's memories of his early days were mixed, and in one account he described himself as “born in a wretched hovel, cradled in penury, denied all the joys and amusements of childhood.”Butler was the youngest of 11 children, only 5 of whom lived beyond infancy. Butler began work at age 11 as a storekeeper’s helper at Kingsclear, where he also learned to set type.In 1871 the family removed to Maine. Butler worked in the lumber camps and then joined the F. Shaw Brothers tannery operations at Grand Lake Stream. In 1876 his right arm was mangled in the bark-grinding machinery and subsequently amputated. Butler appealed to company headquarters in Boston but received no compensation. To support himself he later turned to work as a pedlar in rural communities along the Maine-New Brunswick border Circa 1873 Butler began to contribute correspondence and poetry to local newspapers. His writings detail the bleak social landscape of the rural industrial environment, where “the withered and broken hearts of the largest portion of humanity” were mocked by the “mystic grandeur” of the surrounding forest. His first collection of verse Maple leaves and hemlock branches was published in Fredericton in1889. Butler's second volume on similar themes, Patriotic and personal poems (Fredericton, 1898?). is offered here. Butler’s principal achievement was the publication for 25 years of an independent monthly newspaper. Established in Fredericton in 1890, Butler’s Journal was to advertise itself as “devoted to national independence, literature, current notes and social gossip,” a description later modified to “home literature and social reform.” 
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19 Byron,Lord (George Noel Gordon) THE POETICAL WORKS OF LORD BYRON, New Edition in 8 Volumes
London John Murray 1873 Hard Cover Very Good 12mo 
full dark blue morocco, gilt spines, gilt rules to covr edges, gilt decorated edges, gilt dentelles, a.e.g., marbled endpapers, ex privte library with unused bookplate on front blank endpaper, light foxing to prelims, minor scuffs to spines, very light edge wear to some volumes, all volumes tight clean, a very attractive set. 
Price: 275.00 USD
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n.p., (Idaho?) Self Published 1938 Paperbound Very Good 8 vo,.(20 cm.) 
printed paper wraps, 117 pages, port.,poetry by the well known horse trainer, a clean, tight copy 
Price: 25.00 USD
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