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Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hutchinson [Published Date: 1967]. Hardcover, 172 pp. First printing. Very good in very good dust jacket. Blue cloth covered boards with silver lettering on spine. light scuffing to edges of covers. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has a few small nicks and light creasing along edges and 4" slit running horizontally across the back of the jacket. light overall scuffing to jacket as well. Now in an archival-quality Brodart Cover NOT Ex-Library. NO remainder marks. Preface by Sir James Fergusson. Includes several black and white illustrations. [From front jacket flap] Ships of the '45 makes a startling contribution of fresh material to the romantic story of the Young Pretender, which has already attracted more attention than has been given to whole centuries of Scottish history. In spite of this John S. Gibson, by a combination of instinct. diligence and good fortune, has discovered important new sources of evidence-in the French National Archives, the public Record Office, and elsewhere which gives his story a quite different dimension.
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