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CRISWELL, WALTER
The River Foyle Crossing. (Londonderry Waterworks). An original article from the Institution of Civil Engineers reports, 1935-40.
Institution of Civil Engineers, London, 1935-40. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good. 26 pages. With figures and a large fold-out plate. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Institution of Civil Engineers; Inventory No: 234598.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 234598
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Keywords: BZDB395 Institution of Civil Engineers; The River Foyle Crossing Londonderry Waterworks An original article from the Institution of Civil Engineers reports 193540 Walter Criswell
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CROLY, GEORGE.
The East and South of Europe. A review and summary of the Marquis of Londonderry's account of his travels. A rare original article from the Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1843.
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1843. 1843. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. Octavo. 20 pages. Very Good. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine; Inventory No: 103720.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 103720
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 US$ 12.59 | JP¥ 1427]
Keywords: BZDB395 Travel Historic Steam Travel Historic European Travel Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine; The East and South of Europe A review and summary of the Marquis of Londonderrys account of his travels A rare original articl
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CURTIS, PENELOPE (INTRODUCTION)
Turner Prize, 2013 at Derry, Londonderry. Laure Prouvost; Tino Sehgal; David Shrigley; Lynette Yiadom Boakye
London, Tate Gallery Publishing. 2013. (ISBN: 9781849763097) Paperback. Book, Octavo, 36 pages, colour illustrated. Unused, a Fine copy. Fine.
-- Colin Martin Books -- Book number: 089653
GBP 3.00 [Appr.: EURO 3.5 US$ 3.78 | JP¥ 428]
Keywords: 9781849763097 Turner Prize 2013
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DAVIDSON, A.S.
Marine Art & Ulster : A Chronicle of Sail, Steam & Flag Codes
Jones-Sands, Wirral, 2005. First Edition, Hardcover. Fine Condition/Near Fine. 9780947764333 Detailed reference. Unused, smart and tidy copy in similar jacket, not price clipped. No inscriptions. 171 pages, profusely illustrated ( mostly colour ), bibliography, index. Approx. size 13" x 9". Category: Ships & the Sea; art; ISBN: 094776433X. ISBN/EAN: 9780947764333. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 25971.
-- Steve Liddle -- Book number: 25971
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 28 US$ 31.47 | JP¥ 3568]
Keywords: BZDB28 Semple belfast Mccorkell londonderry steamer steamers marryat watson code codes boats ship boat ships shipping maritime art sea sail sailing b Ships & the Sea; art; Marine Art Ulster A Chronicle of Sail Steam Flag Codes art 094776433X
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FLOYD, MICHAEL.
THE FACE OF IRELAND.
New York. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937., First American edition. 120 pages including index. Frontispiece is a watercolour, with 136 b./ w. photographs. Relief map. Folded map at end. D./w. slightly worn & bumped along top edge & corners, slightly foxed on inside & outside of flaps, o./w. near fine. Small hole on spine leaving small mark on cover underneath. Contents near fine, no inscription or marks, green cover is still bright & near fine but for small faded spot on spine, as there's a hole in the d./w.. 21.5cm. x 14cm. 1937
-- GBL Books -- Book number: 4431
GBP 14.00 [Appr.: EURO 15.75 US$ 17.62 | JP¥ 1998]
Keywords: Ireland Wicklow Laragh Kerry Donegal Antrim Dublin Londonderry Enniskillen Cork Ulster Liffey Cavan
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FOREIGN OFFICE
Correspondence between Viscount Castlereagh (Late Marquis of Londonderry) and the Emperor Alexander of Russia, Respecting the Kingdom of Poland. Vienna, October, November, 1814
London, House of Commons. 1847. 35pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper . Cracow, created a republic in 1815 was seized by the emperor of Austria in 1846 and incorporated into his Empire. Britain objected to the occupation. This paper gave the British Parliament the text of the 1814 correspondence between Britain & Russia on Poland. A clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 176725
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 28 US$ 31.47 | JP¥ 3568]
Keywords: Poland Cracow History Nnn
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GENERAL POST OFFICE, LONDON
North American Mail Service. Return Showing the Actual Time in Hours and Minutes Occupied in the Transport of Her Majesty's Mails from the General Post Office, London, to Actual Delivery on Board the Steamers at Southampton, Plymouth, Queenstown, and . . .
London, HMSO. 1897. 2pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 186. North American Mail Service. Title continues "LONDONDERRY, respectively, and similarly from Steamers at the several named Ports to the GENERAL POST OFFICE, LONDON; the Return to show the shortest and the longest, and the average Time actually occupied in the above transit to and from each Port named above during the Year 1896 (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No.15 of Session 1897). A clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 165909
GBP 7.00 [Appr.: EURO 8 US$ 8.81 | JP¥ 999]
Keywords: Bevkkk British Parliamentary Paper Postal History Delivery Times North America American Mail Service General Post Office, London Mail to Southampton Queenstown Local History Interest Londonderry Steamships Transatlantic Routes Xlb
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GENERAL POST OFFICE, LONDON
North American Mail Service. Return Showing the Actual Time in Hours and Minutes Occupied in the Transport of Her Majesty's Mails from the General Post Office, London, to Actual Delivery on Board the Steamers at Southampton, Plymouth, Queenstown, and . . .
London, HMSO. 1897. 2pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 15. North American Mail Service. Title continues "LONDONDERRY, respectively, and similarly from Steamers at the several named Ports to the GENERAL POST OFFICE, LONDON; the Return to show the shortest and the longest Time actually occupied in the above transit to and from each Port named above during the Year 1895. A clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 165908
GBP 7.00 [Appr.: EURO 8 US$ 8.81 | JP¥ 999]
Keywords: Bevkkk British Parliamentary Paper Postal History Delivery Times North America American Mail Service General Post Office, London Mail to Southampton Queenstown Local History Interest Londonderry Steamships Transatlantic Routes Xlb
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GOLDSMITH, LADY ANNABEL
Annabel - an Unconventional Life - the Memoirs of Lady Annabel Goldsmith
London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 2004, First Edition. (ISBN: 0297829661). Hard Cover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A Fine unmarked copy with near Fine dustjacket which has a light crease to top edge and is not price clipped. xii + 274 pages. Londonderry Family Tree. 51 illustrations. The daughter of the 8th Marquess of Londonderry, Annabel had a privileged upbringing, with parents who doted on their children, and idyllic years spent at the family homes, Mount Stewart and Wynyard. But her mother died tragically from cancer when Annabel was only 17, and Annabel, her sister and brother were left to cope with a father whose drinking and increasingly erratic behavious was becoming a burden on the whole family. Married at 19 to Mark Birley, Annabel's life became a whirlwind of glamorous parties, exotic holidays, much revolved around Annabel's - the Berkeley Square club that Mark Birley had founded in her name. Anabel and Mark had three children - Rupert, Robin and India Jane, however, in 1964, Annabel fell in love with, and later married, the charismatic entrepreneur, James Goldsmith. She had three more children - Jemima, Zac and Ben. Despite bearing the pressures of being one of three women in her husband's life, Annabel settled down to a happy family life at their home on the edge of Richmond Park. But tragedy was never far away: Rupert, her eldest son, died in an accident in West Africa in 1986 and in 1997, James Goldsmith died from cancer, after masterminding the Referendum Party. NOT EX LIB. Fine/Near Fine.
-- Goldring Books -- Book number: 008711
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 10.07 | JP¥ 1142]
Keywords: 8th Marquess of Londonderry, Sir James Goldsmith, Jemima Goldsmith, Referendum Party, Mark Birley 0297829661
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GRAY,TONY
No Surrender! the Siege of Londonderry 1689
London: Macdonald & Jane's, 1975. First Edition.. Hardcover. This is a Very Good + Copy of this hardcover book in a Very Good + Dust-Jacket that has NO tears to the outer edges of the dust-jacket.Not price clipped.The book has a publisher's review copy notice laid in at the front of the book.The book was acquired from the Private Library of Henry Kelly Television Presenter and former Journalist.Henry Kelly was born in Dublin Ireland and after University he worked as a journalist and was the Belfast based Northern Editor of The Irish Times in the 1970's. In 1976, he moved to London to work on Radio 4's World Tonight and then, in a complete career change from serious journalism he moved into television.He became a household name in the UK as part of the team presenting LWT's practical-joke show Game For a Laugh in the 1980's and then he presented Going For Gold a Popular lunchtime TV quiz show on BBC1.The book has a firm binding with no leaning to spine.8vo 218pp First Edition 1st Impression Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Very Good+ .
-- Richard Thornton Books -- Book number: 64220
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.75 US$ 18.88 | JP¥ 2141]
Keywords: Henry Kelly Ireland Derry
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HILLER, SUSAN.
Susan Hiller 1973-83-the Muse My Sister. Orchard Gallery Londonderry 1984.
Londonderry. Arts Council of Northern Ireland. 1984. First edition. Paperback. Small Quarto size (4to) in colour printed stiff glossy card covers, 48pp, Essays by Guy Brett etc, documentation. A little thumbed. Very Good .
-- Roe and Moore -- Book number: 025670
GBP 18.00 [Appr.: EURO 20.25 US$ 22.66 | JP¥ 2569]
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HOME OFFICE
Annual Report of the Inspector of Government Prisons in Ireland, for Year Ended 31st December 1850, with Appendices.
Dublin, HMSO. 1851. 154pp + 1 large fold out sheet (neat library mark on reverse). Folio. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary Paper. A clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 126255
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.75 US$ 18.88 | JP¥ 2141]
Keywords: Bevkkk British Parliamentary Paper Ireland Irish Penal System History Prison Prisons Gaols Antrim Cork Dublin Local Interest Galway Limerick Londonderry Wexford Waterford Wicklow
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HOME OFFICE
Annual Report of the Inspector of Government Prisons in Ireland, for Year Ended 31st December 1851, with Appendices.
Dublin, HMSO. 1852. 129pp . Folio. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary Paper. Government Prisons Ireland. A very clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 172813
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 28 US$ 31.47 | JP¥ 3568]
Keywords: Bevkkk British Parliamentary Paper Ireland Irish Penal System History Prison Prisons Gaols Antrim Cork Dublin Local Interest Galway Limerick Londonderry Wexford Waterford Wicklow
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H. MONTGOMERY HYDE
The Rise of Castlereagh. With a Foreword by the Marquess of Londonderry.
"Macmillan, 1933" "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece in photogravure (original tissue guard present) and 8 plates; original plum cloth, gilt back, fore-edge very faintly spotted, case a little shaken (but binding entirely sound), a very good, clean copy. With the trade ticket of The Times Book Club on rear paste-down. 'An excellent, fully documented study, ends at 1801' (Brown & Christie). Scarce in anything like this condition. Brown & Christie 177."
-- Island Books -- Book number: 18643
GBP 110.00 [Appr.: EURO 122.5 US$ 138.47 | JP¥ 15700]
Keywords: "history, castlereagh, montgomery hyde"
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H. MONTGOMERY HYDE
The Strange Death of Lord Castlereagh
London England, Heinemann, 1959. First Edition, Binding: Cloth, Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Hardback Hardback. First Edition. Slight shelf wear to D/J. 'It is my duty to inform you, gentlemen, that you must remove from your minds all impressions which are not borne out by the evidence'. In these words the Coroner addressed the jury at the inquest on the second Marquess of Londonderry, Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons, usually known by his courtesy title of Viscount Castlereagh, who cut his throat on August 12, 1822. For over a century, speculations upon the precise nature and cause of the statesman's tragic death by his own hand have multiplied. In this book, which contains a detailed account of the events leading to, and the various people surrounding Lord Castlereagh's suicide, the author has thrown new light on one of the enigmas of history. Not only does he follow up the various leads provided by the inquest, but he assembles and analyses all the available evidence bearing on the tragedy. Illustrated. 195 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.).
-- The London Bookworm -- Book number: 088311
GBP 14.00 [Appr.: EURO 15.75 US$ 17.62 | JP¥ 1998]
Keywords: Non Fiction Strange Death of Lord Castlereagh Second Marquess of Londonderry Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons Viscount Castlereagh 1822 History
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KING GEORGE III
Londonderry School Act 1808 (c.77. 48 Geo. 3).
London, 1808. First Edition, No Binding. Very Good Condition. A complete original printed act, from the annual volume for the year. We have given the formal short title for this act, along with the citation. If you need the full title and a scan of the first page do please just ask. Size: Folio (20 x 31 cms). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Parliamentary Acts; Inventory No: 300335.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 300335
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.75 US$ 18.88 | JP¥ 2141]
Keywords: BZDB395 Parliamentary Acts; Londonderry School Act 1808 c77 48 Geo 3 King George III
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ORDNANCE SURVEY OF IRELAND
Sheet 1-Londonderry Scale: 2 Miles to 1inch
Belfast: Ordnance Survey Office, 1912. Paperback. Linen backed, good to very good grey linen cover (slight wear) scarce ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Very Good .
-- Ryans Books -- Book number: 42591
GBP 7.50 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 US$ 9.44 | JP¥ 1070]
Keywords: Irish
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KERSHAW, IAN.
Allen Lane, 2004. 1st edition. 8vo. xix + 488pp. 33 b/w. illustrations. Original boards, d/w. slightly rubbed to edges. ISBN 0713997176
-- Hay Cinema Bookshop -- Book number: 141125
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 10.07 | JP¥ 1142]
Keywords: History, Military & Transport Second World War
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KERSHAW, IAN:
Making Friends with Hitler, Lord Londonderry and Britain's Road to War
Allen Lane, LOndon. 2004. Hb. Dj. Illustrated. Vg.
-- John Trotter Books -- Book number: 43527
GBP 7.50 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 US$ 9.44 | JP¥ 1070]
Keywords: holocaust, nazi germany
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SEAMAN, W A L AND J R SEWELL
Russian Journal of Lady Londonderry, 1836-37
History Book Club. 1973. (ISBN: 0719528518). Hardback. Hardback with D/J in good condition. History Book Club 1973 edition. Page 167 has been torn and repaired with tape. - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, non-fiction books delivered world wide. ISBN 0-7195-2851-8 0719528518. Good.
-- Lady Lisa's Bookshop -- Book number: 13561
GBP 5.60 [Appr.: EURO 6.25 US$ 7.05 | JP¥ 799]
Keywords: 0719528518
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SEAMAN, W.A.L. AND SEWELL, J.R.
Russian Journal of Lady Londonderry 1836-37
London, John Murray. 1973, First Edition. (ISBN: 0719528518). Hard Cover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A near Fine copy (Fine apart from neat initials and date to front endpaper) with dustjacket which is price clipped. 185 pages. 12 illustrations. Lady Londonderry's Journal, published now for the first time, gives an extraordinary, gripping and vivid picture of 19th century Russia. A keen observer who writes in a curiously modern way, and her impressions are full of vitality and not primarily concerned with political issues. Lord and Lady Londonderryand their son Lord Seaham toured Northern Europe and encountered extreme discomforts on their travels. Lord Londonderry had been named by Sir Robert Peel as Ambassador to St. Petersburg in his short lived minority government of 1834-35 but was forced to decline the post, but subsequently he and his wife decided to visit Russia. The Journal describes their friendship with the Tsar and Tsarina, the splendours of Imperial Russia, palaces and museums full of treasures, ceremonies and first-hand accounts with graphic descriptions. NOT BOOK CLUB NOT EX LIB. Near Fine/Very Good.
-- Goldring Books -- Book number: 008707
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 10.07 | JP¥ 1142]
Keywords: 19th Century Russian Travel, Tsar and Tsarina 0719528518
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LONDONDERRY, MARQUESS OF [FOREWORD]
The Londonderry Papers. Catalogue of the Documents Deposited in the Durham County Record Office by the 9th Marquess of Londonderry
Durham: Durham County Council, 1969. First Edition. Black/gilt hardback cloth cover. 250mm x 160mm (10" x 6"). xiv, 166pp. B/w plates and fold out table.. VG : in very good condition with dust jacket .
-- Barter Books -- Book number: g1934
GBP 28.00 [Appr.: EURO 31.25 US$ 35.25 | JP¥ 3996]
Keywords: North of England Mining Genealogy Reference
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THE MARCHIONESS OF LONDONERRY
Letters From Benjamin Disraeli To Francis Anne Marchioness Of Londonderry 1837-1861
London, Macmillan. 1938, First Edition. Hard Cover , 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Scarce. Very Good.
-- Clarendon Books P.B.F.A. -- Book number: 022435
GBP 48.00 [Appr.: EURO 53.5 US$ 60.42 | JP¥ 6851]
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LORD MACAULAY (EDITED BY GORDON LUCY)
Lord Macaulay on Londonderry, Aughrim, Enniskillen and the Boyne
Lurgan, The Ulster Society, 1989. (ISBN: 1872076017) Soft Cover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Soft cover in good condition, a decent reading copy. Covers are a bit grubby, internally clean, binding is tight. 94 pages. Good.
-- Benson's Antiquarian Books -- Book number: 010879
GBP 6.00 [Appr.: EURO 6.75 US$ 7.55 | JP¥ 856]
Keywords: History Northern Ireland Macaulay 1872076017
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LONDONDERRY [THE MARCHIONESS OF] [EDITH HELEN VANE TEMPEST], E
Magic Ink-Pot
Macmillan, London, 1928. First Edition, Hardcover, Illustrated by: Edmond Brock & Lady Margaret Stewart. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Contents: I. Mary and Robin Stewart and their Friends II. The Story of the Sishe III. Inside the Sidh with the Ink-Pot IV. Tir-fo-Tonn V. The Ink-Pot arranges a boar-Hunt with Cuchulain VI. The Dragon's Cave VII. The Fairy Godmother VIII. The Witch of Scrabo IX. The Wizard of Wealth X. The Cave of the Casket XI. The Golden Gallery and Return to the Earth XII. The Shadow Land XIII. In the Forest of Forgetfulness XIV. Mother meets the Ink-Pot XV. The Ink-Pot's Magic Herbs XVI. The Leprechaun XVII. The Enchanted Steed XVIII. The Ghost of Banquo XIX. The Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny XX. Tir-n'an-Og. This book was written by the Marchioness of Londonderry, Edith Helen Vane-Tempest Stewart (1878-1959), a political hostess and writer who was a supporter of the Suffragette Movement, and was heavily involved in Conservative and Unionist politics (Urquhart). As she notes in the Foreword, the Marchioness wrote these stories as letters to her daughter while she was away in Spain, and they were later typed and published. The stories interact with Irish myth and legend to various extents throughout and the author notes that ‘they do not pretend to be in the least accurate’. The author also acknowledges her use of Ella Young’s Celtic Wonder Tales ‘notably in Chapters II. and XX.’(vii-viii), which were suitably written for very young children. The book received some degree of prominent attention at the time of its publication, as a 1928 review in The Times recommended the book not only to ‘“Ulster parents”’, but ‘to all who wish to give their children easy glimpses of the beautiful Celtic wonderland’ (Moulton 181). Many of the illustrations are in colour and each have distinctly ‘Irish’ overtones, as figures such as ‘an Dagda Mor’ and ‘Cuchulain’ [sic] are depicted, in addition to leprechauns, and a trip to the land beneath the waves is also developed in a colour illustration. Many of the illustrations are contributed by the famous illustrator and watercolour artist Edmund Brock, and by the Marchioness’s daughter, Margaret. The first story in the volume ‘Mary and Robin Stewart and Their Friends’, introduces the child characters who appear throughout the stories. The first story places the children firmly in a lineage of the Scottish Stewart family but equally firmly within the landscape and culture of Ireland, and Ulster in particular. Most of the stories are based on various adventures the children undertake with the Magic Inkpot: they go under Loch Stangford (31), into the ‘Sidh’ (24), and to ‘Mananaun’s Isle under the sea’ (148). A sequence of two related stories, ‘The Ink-Pot Arranges a Boar-Hunt With Cuchulain’ and ‘The Dragon’s Cave’, reveal an interesting invocation of the figure of Cuchulain. Cuchulain is at first depicted in typically heroic terms (45), and the children go on a boar hunt with him. In the following story, there is a mixing of storytelling traditions as the children meet dragons, including the Stewart dragon, and afterwards have ‘a real tea party – ices and lemonade’ (60) with Cuchulain. [Ciara Gallagher]. Urquhart, Diane. “Stewart, Edith Helen Vane-Tempest- , marchioness of Londonderry (1878–1959).” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. Online edn, Jan 2008. Web. 13 Feb. 2015. Book - in Good red boards with a gilt vignette to the front board and gilt lettering to the spine - some marking to the boards and some bumping and wearing to the extreme corners and extreme ends of the spine. Contents, some browning to the half title page & last catalogue page & some marking to the first couple of pages, otherwise clean, one plate ‘Advancing on Mary…’ [SEE SCANS] was unfortunately the subject of some ‘additions’ presumably by a child with a pencil, fortunately only to the white border and the verso and now erased and barely visible to front and easily overlooked to verso. Otherwise bright, bright and tightly bound. An attractive copy of this scarce and desirable volume. Size: 8.5 inches tall by 6.75 inches. xii, 209 pages with a 2 page catalogue to the rear. With a full page colour frontispiece illustration and a further 15 colour plates throughout the text. Also some line drawings. Illustrations by Edmond Brock & Lady Margaret Stewart.. Illustrator: Edmond Brock & Lady Margaret Stewart. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Fiction; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 9177.
-- John T. & Pearl Lewis -- Book number: 9177
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Keywords: BZDB31 Londonderry Marchioness Tempest Brock Stewart Fiction Childrens Juvenile Fiction; Magic InkPot
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