DOMINION

[ Dominion Status for India, 1923; Printed] Two handbills relating to Dominion Status/Independence of India. See images for full contents.

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[ Dominion Status for India, 1923 ]
India
India2
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[1923]
£320.00
India
India2

Handbill One: [Entitled] Dominion Status for India. The National Conference, one page, 4to, intact with detachable Form of Declaration, very good condition, President Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru. Secretary Mrs Annie Besant, Treasurer Jamnadas Dwarkadas. Detachable Form of Declaration. Sympathising with the Aims and Objects of the National Conference of India [...] to be sent to Lady Emily Lutyens. See image for content. Handbill Two: Two pages, 12mo, orange, very good condition, ticket for Demonstration | Queen's Hall [...] Britain and India - Apart or Together?

[Bloomsbury, London.] Auction catalogue: 'Particulars, Plans and Conditions of Sale of the Freehold Foundling Estate, Bloomsbury, W.C.1 […] all embracing an area of about 11 acres in Central London'.

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Foundling Estate, Bloomsbury, London [Dominion Students' Hall Trust; Knight, Frank & Rutley, auctioneers and estate agents]
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By Direction of Dominion Students' Hall Trust. Auction by Knight, Frank & Rutley at the Royal Hotel, Woburn Place, W.C.1. [London] 26 and 27 November 1958.
£500.00

Full title: 'By Direction of Dominion Student's [sic] Hall Trust. | Particulars, Plans and Conditions of Sale of | The Freehold Foundling Estate Bloomsbury, W.C.1 | producing a Gross Income of about £112,000 per ann. increasing in the near future to about £118000 per ann. and comprising Ground Rents, Rack Rents and Tenancies secured on Shops, offices, private hotels, flats, institutional hostels and other residential properties. Cleared building sites. Vacant possession of Lot 118, viz.

[First issue of printed periodical promoting the views of the Irish Dominion League.] The Irish Statesman.

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[Warre B. Wells, editor, The Irish Statesman; The Irish Dominion League]
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[The Editor, 13 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin.] Vol. I. No. 1. 28 June 1919.
£200.00

28pp., 8vo. Stapled and unbound. No covers. Outer leaves creased and staples rusted, otherwise in good condition on aged paper. Includes the manifesto of the Irish Dominion League, and articles by Conor O Brien ('Wanted: A Social Policy'), James Stephens ('The Story of Tuan Mac Cairill'), Thomas Bodkin ('The Hone Bequest'); H. F. Norman ('Our Musical Legacy'); Sir Horace Plunkett ('Correspondence: The Irish Dominion League') and John Eglinton ('Life and Letters').

[Printed pamphlet by the Socialist Party of Canada.] The Socialist Manifesto.

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[The Socialist Party of Canada, founded in 1931 in Winnipeg, Manitoba]
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Published by the Socialist Party of Canada, P.O. Box 1751, Winnipeg, Canada. [Preface dated 'DOMINION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, | JUNE, 1944.']
£120.00

42pp., 12mo. In yellow wraps printed in black and red, with 'Object' and 'Declaration of Principles' of the SPC inside the front cover, and advertisements for SPC publications on both sides of the back cover. Stapled. In fair condition, aged and worn, with pencil ownership inscriptions of 'Jean Thurlow'. The Preface begins: 'This pamphlet was first published in 1910 as the Manifesto of the Socialist Party of Canada. During the ten-year period ending in 1920, five editions, totalling more than 25,000 copies, were issued.

[Printed British parliamentary report.] Trade of Canada. Report to the Board of Trade on the Trade of the Dominion of Canada, for the period from July 1st, 1906, to March 31st, 1910. By His Majesty's Trade Commissioner fro the Dominion of Canada.

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Richard Grigg, His Majesty's Trade Commissioner for the Dominion of Canada [Report to the British Board of Trade on the Trade of the Dominion of Canada, 1911]
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London: Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office. Printed by Darling and Son, Limited, London. 1911.
£80.00

Folio, 88 pp. Large fold-out coloured map at rear. Stitched. In original printed wraps. Text clear and complete. Internally good. Map in excellent condition. Wraps worn and chipped. Title-page carrying shelf-mark and stamp of the Bibliotheque du Palais de la Paix. No copy listed on COPAC or WorldCat.

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