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1 A PICTORIAL AND DESCRIPTIVE GUIDE TO FOLKESTONE SANDGATE,HYTHE,DYMCHURCH,NEW ROMNEY,LITTLESTONE-ON-SEA,RYE,ETC. Including Excursions to Boulogne, Calais, Ostend,Dunkerque,etc..
London Ward, Lock, And Co., Ninth Edition Revised Hard Cover Very Good 12mo 
n.d (1937), illustrated card wraps, forty illustrations, four maps,plans of folkestone, Hythe,Canterbur, Rye,Boulogne, and Calais and a sepcial section for motorists. rear wrap is cracked,else a tight clean copy 
Price: 17.50 USD
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2 GREENLAND
N.p The Royal Danish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Third Edition Paperbound Very Good 8 Vo., 
pict. paper wraps,(1961) pp 191, (1), illustrated, one page colored map, numerous illustrations in b & w, ink stamp on front wrapper, Much on all aspects of Greenland life, history, people, industry, animal life, botany, military, native people, etc. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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HOW TO SEE MONTREUX AND ENVIRONS
3 HOW TO SEE MONTREUX AND ENVIRONS
London Thos.Cook & Son 1931 Paperbound Very Good 12mo 
pict. paper wraps, stapled at spine, 32 pages, illustrated with half toness from photographs,full page watch and automobile adverts,list of tours by auto-car,lake steamers, rail. 
Price: 22.50 USD
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4 MISSIONARY NOTICES, RELATING PRINCIPALLY TO THE FOREIGN MISSIONS FIRST ESTABLISHED BY THE REV. JOHN WESLEY...REV. DR. COKE...No., 194, February, 1832;
London Wesleyan Mission House 1832 Printed Paper Wraps, Good 8 Vo., 
pp., 16, edge wear, light soil to wraps, Contains reports on missions in Friendly Islands, (Tongataboo, Habai Islands); South Africa, (Caffraria); European Missions, (Ireland), etc.. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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5 MISSIONARY NOTICES, RELATING PRINCIPALLY TO THE FOREIGN MISSIONS FIRST ESTABLISHED BY THE REV. JOHN WESLEY..REV. DR. COKE.. January, 1835, March, 1835, April, 1835, 3 Pamphlets..
London, & Cambridge Wesleyan Mission House, Printed Paper Wraps, Good 8 Vo., 
3 pamphlets, No. 229, January, 1835; No. 231, March, 1835; No. 232, April, 1835: pp., 16, (589- 604); pp., 14 (33- 48); pp., 16, (49-64): moisture marks on foreedges of March, & April issues, some toning and ageing, April issue is uncut. Containing reports of missions in Australia, Friendly Islands, South Africa, India, Ceylon, South Seas, Western Africa, British North America, (Kingston); West Indian Missions ( Jamaica) 
Price: 150.00 USD
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6 NEW ENGLAND: A Handbook For Travellers, A Guide to the Chief Cities and Popular Resorts of New England, and to Its Scenery and Historica Attractions:With the Western and Northern Borders, From New York to Quebec.
Boston Ticknor & Fields 1887 Tenth Edition, Revised and Augmented Hard Cover Good 12mo 
red, gilt dec. cloth, cover & spine, pp., xvi, 453, (14 pp adverts), illustrated, six maps and 11 plans, 2 large, folding colored maps, (general map of New England & map of Boston), ex library with large 'discard' stamp and a small blind-stamp on t.p., spine neds chipped, light fading to spine, front hinge cracked but holding,, maps have some closed tears that have been repaired with acid-free tape, (no losses to maps), text block is sound, tight, covers are bright 
Price: 85.00 USD
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7 THE CRUISER; A Quarterly Magazine of Cruising Tales and Adventures; Vol.1,No. 1
New York & London The Rudder Publishing Co. 1906 Hard Cover Very Good Magazine 
bound in red gilt dec. cloth, gilt spines, pp., 308, (2) index; illustrated. b & w plates from photographs, moderate soil to covers, articles on sailing in Japan, Maine, (Isle of Shoals), Lake Michigan, California, (Catalina),Ceylon (Pearl Fisheries), St. John to Grand Manan,Marblehead to Monhegan,Cruising Maine Waters, and various other stories of cruises . Size: 8 Vo., 
Price: 50.00 USD
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8 THE FINEST EXCURSIONS OF THE RIVIERA
Nice Establishment Emile Paris Paperbound Good 12mo 
circa 1925, printed paper wraps, stapled at spine, 75 pages, illustrated, advertisements, small tears to edges, 
Price: 20.00 USD
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9 THE NIJO CASTLE
Printed in Japan N.p 1980 Paperbound Very Good 4 to 
pict. paper wraps, stapled at spine, 44 pages,illustrated, full color illustrations throughout, full color center-spread,floor plan of castle, text in English and Japanese, has 2 pp of text on "The History and Wall Paintings of Nijo Castle." 
Price: 15.00 USD
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10 (Africa) A. M. MACKAY; Pioneer Missionary of the Church Missionary Society in Uganda by his sister;
NY, 1890, A. C. Armstrong... 
8 vo., cloth gilt spine, pp., viii, 488, port. frontis., folding map at end, wear at edges, light soil on spine, good + copy 
Price: 35.00 USD
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11 (Anon) THE RIVER JORDAN; Pictorial and Descriptive;
London T.Nelson and Sons, 1858 Pictorial Cloth, Poor Hardbound 12mo 
boound in purple, pictorial, blind-stamped cloth, pp., 22., illustrated, hand-colored paste-down frontispiece of "Fords of the Jordan" 5 hand-colored, circular illustrations set in decorative mortices, in POOR cond. covers are faded and stained, pages are loose, corners worn, end-papers discolored. The illustrations would be suitable for framing..l 
Price: 50.00 USD
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THE DONALDSON LINE : a century of Shipping,1854-1954, Alastair MacTavish Dunnett; John Haskell Kemble
12 Alastair MacTavish Dunnett; John Haskell Kemble THE DONALDSON LINE : a century of Shipping,1854-1954
Glasgow Privately Pub. By Jackson Son & Company 1960 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good no d.j., (as Issued?) 4 to 
red dec. cloth, 125 pages. illustrated, (some colored),folding genealogical chart, one of a limited edition of 1000, The Donaldson Line was founded by two brothers, John Donaldson and William Falconer Donaldson in 1855 in Glasgow.Their first ship was the Dumbarton built Joan Taylor a woode n sailing barque. By the 1870's the Donaldson line had established routes to Canada and had a contract to carry coal for the Canada's Grand Trunk RR. By 1900 the line had twelve cargo steamers working on the the Trans Atlantic routes. WW1 brought heavy losses, 9 of the companies 13 vesels were lost. By 1916 the company had reorganized as Anchor-Donaldson Ltd and was owned equally by Donaldson Brothers Ltd and Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers) Ltd, a Cunard subsidiary. The company later developed service to South America and cargo service to the US. In 1921 it took over the operation of the Canadian Government's Bristol , Swansea , Canada service. The Great Depression brought the company misfortune and again reorganization. In 1939 the group was re-organised as Donaldson Brothers & Black Ltd and many of the subsidiary companies were terminated.The beginning of WW II found the company with a fleet of 21 ships 14 of which became war losses. After the war the company continued service but entered a period of slow decline until containerization brought an end in 1967. This book, a Centenary history, serves also as a genealogy of the Donaldson family. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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13 Alcock,Frederick WEST INDIES SCENERY; Twenty-Two Water Colour Sketches Made on a Voyage to and from the West Indies By...With Historical and Topographical Notes By H.J.B. Ward
London Andrew Reid and Company Paperbound Fair Oblong 4 to., 
two colour paper wraps, string tie at spine, n.d. (1914), 93 pages, illustrated, 22 water colour sketches reproduced by three colour process, wraps have moisture stains, one inch at foot of spine damaged, minor scattered foxing internally, not a common item. Alcock was the author of "Trade & Travel in South America & South American Scenery." 
Price: 70.00 USD
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14 Aleman, Gilberto; BEAUTIFUL TENERIFE;
Santa Cruz De Tenerife Garcia y Correa 1972 Hard Cover Very Good Oblong 4 to., Rafael Gurrea, 
paper over boards, 96 pags, illustrted , full color illustrations from photographs, inner cover maps, A promotional piece with full color covers, 
Price: 20.00 USD
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15 Alonzo Bunker; Henry Clay Mabie SOO THAH : a tale of the making of the Karen Nation
London & Edinburgh Fleming & Revell, 1902 Hard Cover Very Good No Dust Jacket Hardbound 8vo., 
red, pict. cloth, cover, dec. spine.,280 pages, [11] leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits, light wear at corners else a bright, clean copy, small ink sig on front free endpaper, Bunker was for thirty years a resident among the Karens ; with an introduction by Henry C. Mabie ...a fine example of an American Trade binding, 
Price: 45.00 USD
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FROM CORSAIR TO RIFFIAN;, Anderson, Isabel;
16 Anderson, Isabel; FROM CORSAIR TO RIFFIAN;
Boston & NY Houghton Mifflin, 1927 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 8 Vo., Signed by Author
gilt dec. cloth, pp., xix, 209, illustrated, frontis., 23 full page b & w illustrations from photographs, scatered foxing to prelims, frontis, title page and throughout text, spine of d.j. toned with moisture marks near foot of spine, some smal edge tears to d.j. Signed on t.p. in pencil "With Best Wishes Isabel Anderson." A very attractive d.j. in protective mylar 
Price: 60.00 USD
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17 Andrews, Roy Chapman; ENDS OF THE EARTH;
NY, National Travel Club, 1929 Special Limited Edition Hard Cover Very Good, Poor 8 Vo., 
black cloth, pp., x, 355, illuatrated, port. frontis., illustrated throughout with b & w illuatrations from photographs, pict endpapers, signs of moisture on lower front edge of front cover, and same on d.j. moisture has touched very out side lower edge of first our pp., d.j. has edge chips and tears with some small losses. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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ABOUT TUNISIA, Anthony John
18 Anthony John ABOUT TUNISIA
London Geoffrey Bles Ltd 1961 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8 Vo., 
blue cloth, gilt spine, 221 pages, illustrated, frontis. 7 full page b & plates from photographs, index, in protective mylar d.j. bright clean copy 
Price: 27.00 USD
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19 Apsley Cherry-Garrard THE WORST JOURNEY IN THE WORLD : Antarctic, 1910-1913
London Published by the author and distributed for him by Chatto & Windus 1951 Hard Cover Good Poor 8 Vo,. 
blue cloth, gilt cover and spine, pp.,lxiv, 612 , [9] leaves of plates : illustrations (1 color), maps (2 folded) ,with maps and illustrations by the late Edward A. Wilson and the author. cover has some marks, small area of fade at top of spine, spotting to edges, dust jacket has edge tears with some losses at top of spine and aat lower fore edge, in mylar protective jacket, a good reading copy of one of the world's greatest books on polar exploration. First ed. published 1922 
Price: 30.00 USD
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20 Atkinson, W. Christopher A historical and statistical account of New-Brunswick, B.N.A., with advice to Emigrants
Edinburgh Printed by Anderson & Bryce 1844 Third Edition Hard Cover Good Hardcover 12 mo ,(17 cm) 
orig, red, blind-stamped cloth, gilt spine, alll edges gilt, 284 pages : illustrations (one full page plate, Mascreen Church, St. George, New Brunswick...,), 3 text illustrations, folding map, (Sketch of the River St. John with the contigous country...) wear at all edges, mark at mid-spine, binding shows soil over all, hinges broken but holding, First ed.was published as: Emigrants guide to New Brunswick, British North America. 1842; 2nd ed. published as: Guide to New Brunswick, British North America. 1843. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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