Paul the Traveller.
London: Allen Lane, (1974). First edition.
246pp. Fine in d/w.
Travels of Paul of Tarsus through the Roman Empire.
Vexed and Troubled Englishmen 1590-1642.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1968. First edition.
(xxiv), 487pp. Fine in d/w.
Matthew Arnold A Study in Conflict.
Toronto: Ryerson, (1948). First edition.
Fine in near fine price clipped d/w.
BRYCE, L. Winifred.
India Land of Rivers.
(Toronto): Nelson, (1966). First edition.
222pp. Spine lettering flaked o/w a nice copy.
The Days of Mars A Memoir, 1940-1946.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1972). First edition.
Fine in d/w.
Memoir of wartime England.
Limehouse Nights. Tales of Chinatown.
London: Grant Richards, 1919 First Canadian edition with "Musson" at the foot of the spine. (verso of title reads "reprinted January 1919" but this is the first Canadian edition).
Rubbing o/w very good.
Between Arab and Israeli.
Toronto: Clarke Irwin, 1962. First edition.
336pp. Fine in a nice d/w.
Doubts and Dynamite The Middle East Today.
London: Allan Wingate, (1958). First edition.
159pp. Fine in a very good d/w.
The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler.
London: Bell and Daldy, nd. (185-?)
cont. green half morocco, marble boards, raised bands,
l, 278; vi, 302pp. A fine copy.
Hudibras.....With Notes by the Rev. Treadway Russel Nash.
London: Henry Washbourne, 1847. In two volumes. A New edition, illustrated.
orig. purple cloth, gilt decoration on upper cover,
xxxviii, 259; 305pp. Bookplate, occasional foxing, spines uniformly faded to tan in fact a very nice copy.
CARMAN, Barry and John McPherson (editors).
Bimbash McPherson A Life In Egypt.
(London: British Broadcasting Corporation, (1983). First edition.
313pp. Fine in d/w.
Shepherd of Udaipur.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, (1926). First edition.
xi, 307pp. A fine copy.
The story of the Rev. James Shepherd, missionary in Rajasthan.
CHAMBERLAIN, Samuel. (editor).
This Realm, This England.....The Citadel of a Valiant Race Portrayed by its Greatest Etchers.
New York: Hastings House, (1946). Reprint.
179pp. Very good.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1936. First U.S. edition.
316pp. Very good.
Travels in India divided into sections on Madras, Ceylon, Trichinopoly, Banaglore, Bareilly, Agra and Delhi, the North-West frontier and Kashmir.
The Road to Plassey.
Bombay: Orient Longmans, (1960). First edition.
157pp. Fine in a nice d/w.
An account of the Battle of Plassey.
CHENEY, Michael Sheldon.
Big Oilman From Arabia.
London: Heinemann, (1958). First edition.
320pp. Near fine in a near fine d/w.
Life in Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf in the period between World War II and the formation of OPEC.
CLARKE, R. Rainbird.
East Anglia. Ancient Peoples and Places.
London: Thames and Hudson, (1960). First edition.
240pp. Fine in d/w.
The Face of the Home Counties. Portrayed in a Series of Eighteen Week-End Drives from London....Photographs by J. Dixon-Scott.
London: Simpkin Marshall, (1936). First edition.
562pp. Spine a touch faded o/w fine.
Invitation To An Eastern Feast.
London: Hutchinson, (1954). Second impression.
(270)pp. A good copy only.
An account of the authors experiences in India, Burma and China.
Cambridgeshire Aspects of A County.
London and Glasgow: Blackie & Son Ltd., (1953). First edition.
112pp. Fine in tape repaired and creased d/w.
CORBRIDGE, Sylvia Lovat.
It's An Old Lancashire Custom.
London: Dennis Dobson, (nd). (1952). First edition.
149pp. Fine in a near fine d/w.
CRUM, Bartley C.
Behind the Silken Curtain. A Personal Account of Anglo-American Diplomacy in Palestine and the Middle East.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947. Second printing.
297pp. Very good.
Modern Athenians 1944. With Lines by Christian Curr and ...Willian Y. Darling.
Edinburgh: MacLagan and Cumming, 1944.
80pp. A collection of rhymes and political cartoons. A nice copy.
India and the World.
New Delhi: The Hindustan Times, nd. (1958). First edition.
120pp. A good copy in d/w.
Discovering Ancient Egypt.
(London): Facts On File, (1994). First edition.
192pp. Fine in d/w.
Discussion of the history of Egypt and the dual story of the travellers and archaeologists whose discoveries have aided our understanding of ancient Egyptian civilizations.
The Early Stuarts 1603-1660.
Oxford: The Clarendon Press, (1952). Reprint.
An Account of the Interior of Ceylon and Of Its Inhabitants with Travels in That Land. With an introduction by Yasime Gooneratne.
Dehiwala: Tisara Publishers, (1969). A complete and unabridged reprint of the edition of 1821. "Ceylon Historical Journal Volume Sixteen."
xxiii, 399pp. Near fine in a lightly worn d/w.
Davy's work, first published in 1821, is a summary of researches and expeditions he undertook while serving as army surgeon and physician in attendance on Sir Robert and Lady Brownrigg during the troubled years between 1817 and 1819.
DAY, J. Wentworth.
Norwich and the Broads.
London: B.T. Batsford, (1953). First edition.
160pp. Bookplate o/w fine in d/w.
DAYAL, Thakur Harendra.
Ancient Culture of India.
Delhi: Sundeep Prkashan, 1981. First U.S. edition. With the sticker of the American distributer "Humanties Press" on the title.
260, followed by pages of illustration. Fine in d/w.
Covers the period from the second century B.C. to the third century A.D.
DE CHAIR, Somerset.
The Golden Carpet.
New York: Harcourt Brace, 1945. First U.S. edition.
252pp. Wear to spine ends o/w very good.
Authors travels from Baghdad to Palmyra, from Palmyra to Nathanya, and from Nathanya to Baghdad.