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A CAPTIVE OF THE CAUCASUS.
Translated by Susan Brownsberger. New York:Farrar Straus Giroux. (1992).  323pp.  Stated 1st edition. In very good, clean condition, save for a previous owners initials penned to the top right edge of the first free end-page. The dust jacket is lightly faded at spine but otherwise a very good, clean jacket. The lower edge points are gently bumped.  A very good copy.
$15.00
A CATALOGUE OF ALL THE BOOKS PRINTED IN ENGLAND TO THE END OF MICHAELMAS TERM, 1672
TO THE END OF MICHAELMAS TERM, 1672. [Farnsborough, Hants:Gregg Press]. (1965) 32pp. *Reprint of London:1623 editon.
$16.50
A CAVALRYMAN'S STORY. Memoirs of a Twentieth-Century Army General.
316pp. With dust jacket. A fine copy.
$15.00
A CLOUD ON SAND.
324pp. With dust jacket. 1st. ed. of author's first book. An excellent copy. Accompanied with publisher's promotional postcard.
$15.00
A FAMILY APPROACH TO PROBLEM DRINKING. Edited by Carol Watts.
189pp. Wrps. 3rd. ed. A very good copy.
$5.00
A JOURNAL OF RAMBLINGS THROUGH THE HIGH SIERRA OF CALIFORNIA BY THE
UNIVERSITY EXCURSION PARTY. San Francisco:The Sierra Club. (1960). 150pp. Illus. Dust jacket clean and intact with minor wear at corners and edges, and one area of rubbing on cover. Some rubbing to spine. Boards clean and undamaged. Pages clean and bright. A very good copy.
$25.00
A LONG PULL FROM STAVANGER. THE REMINISCENCES OF A NORWEGIAN IMMIGRANT.
Northfield, Minn.:1945. 263pp. S021.
$18.00
A LONG, DEEP FURROW. Three Centuries of Farming in New England.
Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England. 1976. 672 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is lightly worn at the spine but otherwise in near fine condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
$30.00
A MONOGRAPH OF THE PRIBYLOV GROUP OR, THE SEAL-ISLANDS OF ALASKA.
176pp. Illus. *Lacks front fly-leaf; rebound in black buckram, o/w quite satisfactory.
$90.00
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE USSR.
Trans. by George H. Hanna. Moscow:[1965]. 2 vols. S62.
$30.00
A STUDY OF MARIA EDGEWORTH. WITH NOTICES OF HER FATHER AND FRIENDS.
Boston: A. Williams and Company. 1882. 567pp. Illus. A very good copy. Gilt edge on top. Cover significantly rubbed and discolored. Small bookseller's sticker on first fep. Pages generally clean, with mild foxing at edges of plates. Otherwise, a nice, tight copy. 
$15.00
A TEXAN LOOKS AT LYNDON. A Study in Illegitimate Power
Texas:Palo Duro Press. (1964). 256pp. Small wrps. In very good condition although the paper has darkened with age. S011.
$10.00
A TOUR ON THE PRAIRIES.
Philadelphia:Carey, Lea, and Blanchard. 1835. 274pp. First American edition. Hardcover. Covers are worn at the edges and spine, with some soiling to the covers. Edge-points show some bumping. Internally clean and free of stray markings, save for a previous owner's bookplate on the inside front board. Pages are lightly foxed throughout with some age-toning.
$250.00
A TRIBUTE TO AUSTIN CLARKE ON HIS SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY 9 MAY 1966.
. 26pp. Printed wrappers. One of 1000 copies. Tributes fom Thomas Kinsella, Hugh McDiarmand, Padriac Colum, Ted Hughes, Richard Weber and others. Wrapper shows wear at edges and folds. Internally a very good copy. LITERATURE; IRISH; AUSTIN CLARKE, TESTIMONIALS,
$40.00
A TRUE REPRESENTATION OF THE PLAN FORMED AT ALBANY IN 1754,...
FOR UNITING ALL THE BRITISH NORTHERN COLONIES, IN ORDER TO THEIR COMMON SAFETY AND DEFENCE. With intr. and notes by Sidney S. Rider. Providence: Sidney S. Rider. 1880. 65pp. Wrps. *Rhode Island Historical Tracts, #9. A very good copy. S022. AMERICANA; COLONIAL HISTORY; GREAT BRITAIN;
$30.00

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