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Réponse aux prétendus griefs des catholiques irlandais du Canada contre les catholiques français du même pays, ou, Réponse à un mémoire irlandais adressé d'Ottawa, 17 juin 1905 à Son Éminence le cardinal Merry del Val, ...
No place, no date [Ottawa, 1909?],
Cover title: Réponse au mémoire irlandais. pp 47,  + XLVII (appendices). Bound in recent black cloth, spine gilt lettered, original front and rear covers bound in. Small rubber stamp at upper outer corner of page 1, else fine. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$40.00 Book Number: 26684 Order / Enquire
IRELAND: Gem of the Sea. Touring for health and pleasure on the Great Southern Railways. Guide to Dublin & Wicklow Section (cover title)
Dublin: Great Southern Railways, no date,
1920's or 30s ? 24.5 x 14 cm, original cream pictorial card covers printed in brown, stapled. pp (36), (4, ads) + 3 leaves of double-sided photos printed in brown + folding map at rear. Text illustrations in green. Nicks, small corner chips, short tears, soft creases, slight soiling, to covers. Light damp stain to lower front cover and first few leaves, rubber stamp of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Toronto, on rear cover. Good copy otherwise of this rail tourist brochure. Photo of O'Connell Bridge and Street, Dublin, on front cover. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$25.00 Book Number: 43557 Order / Enquire
London: Hogarth Press, 1938.
Octavo, grey cloth lettered in red. pp 64. Yellowing to spine and page edges, bookplate and ink name of Canadian poet Ronald Bates at front, else a VG clean and unworn jacketless copy. Anglo-Irish poet and academic's first book. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$25.00 Book Number: 39900 Order / Enquire
Comédie et actes divers
Paris: Éditions de Minuit, 1966.
12mo, pp 103. White card covers with flaps. Spine faintly yellowed, else a fine uncreased copy, no owner names. F&F 151.1. Text in French. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$65.00 Book Number: 27002 Order / Enquire
ALL THAT FALL. A Play for Radio.
London: Faber, 1957.
Octav, pp 37. Card covers with attached jacket. Spine lightly yellowed, with small horizontal crack; nick to front wrapper, VG copy, no owner names. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$50.00 Book Number: 32647 Order / Enquire
London: Hutchinson, 1966.
Black cloth. Fine in fine jacket, flap price intact, no fading to the red spine lettering. First published NY, 1964, the British edition adds a Foreword by Rae Jeffs. His only novel.
$34.95 Book Number: 41495 Order / Enquire
PICTURES AND CONVERSATIONS
New York: Knopf, 1975.
Cloth and boards. Fine in near fine price-clipped jacket. No owners name. Chapters of an autobiography with other collected writings. Her last book.
$15.00 Book Number: 32441 Order / Enquire
EVA TROUT or Changing Scenes
New York: Knopf, 1968.
Blue-green cloth. VG in VG price-clipped jacket, no owner names.
$15.00 Book Number: 32447 Order / Enquire
THE NEW CONFESSIONS
London: Hamish Hamilton, 1987.
Octavo, black boards. Toning to text paper, as usual, else fine in fine jacket. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$20.00 Book Number: 32383 Order / Enquire
11 EDWARD STREET (proof copy)
New York: Talese/Doubleday, 1992.
Uncorrected proof in cream non-pictorial card covers. Corner crease to front cover, light spine sunning, VG otherwise. A novel of Dublin.
$10.00 Book Number: 32352 Order / Enquire
A SHADOW ON SUMMER
London: Secker & Warburg, 1974.
Green boards. Fine in fine jacket. Third novel, set in America, by the Irish author who could only write with his left foot, his only controllable limb, who was so wonderfully portrayed by Daniel Day-Lewis in film.
$15.00 Book Number: 43918 Order / Enquire
THE POLITICS OF IRISH LITERATURE. From Thomas Davis to W.B. Yeats.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1972.
Green cloth, gilt spine title, pp. xii, 431, (pages 391-431 Notes and Index). Fine copy in near fine dust jacket. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$18.50 Book Number: 28512 Order / Enquire
BROWNE, Frances, 1816-79
GRANNY'S WONDERFUL CHAIR and its tales of fairy tales
London: Ward, Lock, 1911.
Octavo, blue decorated cloth stamped in light green and red, gilt lettered, grey illustrated endpapers. pp 248, (6, ads) + frontispiece by Thomas Maybank. Spine lightly darkened, small light spots to rear cover; yellowing to page edges; offset tanning to first and last page from yellowed endpapers; just a few small tan spots in some bottom page margins; else a VG+ nice copy of this edition in a pretty binding. A fairy story by this blind County Donegal Northern Irish poet and novelist. It as first published in 1857.
$18.00 Book Number: 38804 Order / Enquire
CHURCH, Samuel Harden
JOHN MARMADUKE. A Romance of the English Invasion of Ireland in 1649. Illus. by Albert Grantley Rinehart.
Toronto: Copp, Clark, 1898.
Red cloth lettered and decorated in gilt. (viii), 328 pp + frontispiece and 3 plates. Spine a bit sunned, small light damp spot to front cover; very nearly fine otherwise. Historical novel by this US author.
$19.00 Book Number: 879 Order / Enquire
CORBALLY, M.J.P.M, Lieut.-Col.
THE ROYAL ULSTER RIFLES 1793-1960
Glasgow: Topical Advertising Service, 1960.
Octavo, illustrated card covers. pp (212), including numerous ads front and rear; photos and illustrations in text. Spine has small tears at tips, rubbing to front spine fold, else a VG clean and tight copy, no owner names. 83rd, 86th, County of Dublin Regiment, Royal County Down Regiment.
$25.00 Book Number: 31907 Order / Enquire
DOYLE, Lynn (pseud. of Leslie Alexander Montgomery, 1873-1961)
AN ULSTER CHILDHOOD
Dublin & London: Maunsel & Roberts, 1921.
Octavo, original cloth & boards, paper spine label. pp (viii), 157. Spine very lightly darkend, with small repair (no loss) to label; moderate wear to outer corners; VG clean & tight copy otherwise, no owner names. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate will be reduced.
$30.00 Book Number: 31874 Order / Enquire
DOYLE, Lynn (pseud. of Leslie Alexander Montgomery, 1873-1961)
MR. WILDRIDGE OF THE BANK
New York: Stokes, 1916.
Red cloth gilt lettered. pp (6), 322. Light yellowing to page edges, spine very slightly darkened, else fine. Dust jacket is lightly yellowed on the spine, which has a tiny chip at head, else fine. A lovely copy. A humorous novel of Irish life by this Ango-Irish author, published the same year in London. An uncommon book, scarce in this condition.
$75.00 Book Number: 43005 Order / Enquire
UNHAPPY FAR-OFF THINGS
Boston: Little, Brown, 1919.
The correct first edition, preceding the UK edition by 9 days. Red cloth gilt lettered. Small shallow dents to top edge of front cover and top and bottom edges of rear cover; small crease at head of spine; quite minor rubbing at spine ends; nearly fine otherwise, no owner names. The cream dust jacket has small chips, short tears at spine ends (no lettering lost); spine a little darkened, with red lettering faded; panels have a few nicks, with shallow chips along upper edge of rear panel; rubbing to flap folds; in all, about VG. Quite scarce in any short of jacket. "Wonderful pen pictures of the war's destruction, by this Irish soldier and playwright. Lord Dunsany is at his best in describing war-swept villages and the ruined homes of the French. Like his "Tales of War," these vignettes, written in expressive, sensitive prose, are gems of literature." - dust jacket.
$225.00 Book Number: 35445 Order / Enquire
E., A. [George W. Russell, 1867-1935)
COLLECTED POEMS. By A.E.
London: Macmillan, 1913.
Blue cloth lettered and ruled in gilt. (xvi), 275 pp. Spine lightly darkened, lightly rubbed, with cloth wear to top corner; text paper toned at margins and edges, as usual; clipped ink inscription affixed to front pastedown ("To Rev Richard Roberts with kindest regards. Christmas 1913"); else a VG copy. Denison 21. There were 1K copies of this first impression.
$34.95 Book Number: 25424 Order / Enquire
ELIZABETH, Charlotte (Mrs. Charlotte Elizabeth Browne Phelan Tonna, 1790-1846)
DERRY; A Tale of the Revolution. New Edition.
London: James Nisbet, 1873.
12mo, original purple bevel-edged cloth stamped in black, blind and gilt. , xxiv, 317, [1, blank], [8, ads] pp. Frontispiece and engraved title (with tissue guard) inserted. Spine sunned to tan, with shallow chip to head of spine; book a little leaned; a few leaves protrude slightly, with a small dark spot to lower margin of one leaf; VG tight copy otherwise. A later printing (first was in 1832). Contains author's 20 page preface to the sixth edition of 1839. An historical novel of the defence of Derry 1688-89. Anti-Catholic.
$25.00 Book Number: 16388 Order / Enquire