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CAMERON John The Wreck Of The West India Steam-Ship Tweed
CAMERON John The Wreck Of The West India Steam-Ship Tweed
CAMERON John The Wreck Of The West India Steam-Ship Tweed

S.P.C.K., London (1847)
100pp. 1st ed., original blind-stamped cloth lightly rubbed. A fine copy with the bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst.
The Tweed was an R.M.S.P. which had sailed from Southampton in 1846 with mails for the West Indies.
£80.00


WALPOLE Horatio The Convention Vindicated: From The Misrepresentations Of The Enemies Of Our Peace.
WALPOLE Horatio The Convention Vindicated: From The Misrepresentations Of The Enemies Of Our Peace.

Roberts, London (1739)
29pp. 1st ed., disbound. Tear with slight loss to title page and some light toning.
The author proposes a peaceful resolution to the conflict with Spain over the colonies in America.
£16.00


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VAQUERO Life and Adventures in the West Indies. A sequel to Adventures in search of a living in Spanish America. John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, Ltd., London 1914 xiii + 284pp + photo plates, coloured frontispiece and maps. 1st ed., rebacked with new end papers, lacking coloured frontispiece, folding map and four plates of island maps missing, clean in original red cloth. The author visited Cayman Islands (24pp + 6 photo views), Jamaica, Haiti, Barbados, St Lucia, Martinique, Grenada, Dominica, Montserrat, St Kitts, Saba, St Thomas and Trinidad. Well written and with very fine photo plates.
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