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Below is a list of my stock of old secondhand and antiquarian books on Grenada for sale.

The small guide book on Grenada by Kay is worth having and the large dossier of documents on the prelude to the U.S. invasion of the island makes incredible reading.  There is a good website done by a customer of mine on the revolution which I can recommend.  Go to:- http://www.thegrenadarevolutiononline.com

Postage and packing is extra but costs are kept to a minimum.  On overseas orders I can offer cheap shipping per airmail M Bag service where total weight is over 1.5kg (3lbs) Cost will be advised after you have submitted your order and before payment is taken.


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CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated.
CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated.CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated.CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated.
CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated.

London: Printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-noster Row. (1763)
228pp + 3 hand coloured folding maps. 1st ed., minor tears to two of the maps without loss, later end papers otherwise fine in old full calf binding with recent spine.
This work is a classic in the field of colonial and Caribbean literature, embodying as it does one of the clearest statements of eighteenth century philosophy regarding the relations which should exist between a metropole and its outlying possessions. (Ragatz) Written just after Britain had acquired Grenada and St Lucia from France following the Peace of Paris.
£900.00


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REGO Michael R. Grenada Postal and Social History B.W.I.S.C. Study Paper No 11 2022 327pp. 1st ed., new in card covers. Looking into the intertwining of political and postal history from the early 18th century until the first part of the 20th. Many of the debates in the Legislature are reported providing a background to the development of the infant postal service. The history of the military adventures around Grenada and the early shipping services are investigated with timetables of the sailings as well as postal rates of the time. The text is complemented by illustrations of postal material from the late 1700s to the 1930s
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1779 (27 Oct) letter from Thomas Thompson, a planter in Grenada to his wife in England 1pp, some splitting at folds. Written from Curacao where the writer had gone to recuperate while on parole granted by the French governor of Grenada following the capture of the island earlier that year.
240

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T.E.N. SMITH 1825 L'Anne aux Pine Stock Pond, St Georges Grenada. Early undivided back Grenada postcard, circa 1905, slight corner wear, unused.
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1946 (21 Sep) BIRCH GROVE GRENADA cds on cover to England.
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