O'MEARA, Barry E. (1786-1836). An Exposition of some of the transactions, that have taken place at St.Helena, since the appointment of Sir Hudson Lowe as governor of that island; in answer to an anonymous pamphlet, entitled "facts illustrative of the treatment of Napoleon Bonaparte," &c. London: James Ridgway, 1819. 8° (224 x 140mm). Half-title. Later brown paper over early boards, uncut (original spine label laid down, later endpapers). FIRST EDITION.
The Just Vengeance of Heaven Exemplify'd in a Journal lately found by Captain Mawson, (Commander of the Ship Compton) on the Island of Ascension. As he was Homeward-bound from India. London: printed for J. Jenkins, sold by the Booksellers and at the Pamphlet-Shops, [no date but 1730?]. 8° (194 x 120mm). Engraved frontispiece. Modern half speckled calf gilt by Sanford. Provenance: Henry Carlisle Tuttle (armorial bookplate). The journal of a sailor 'All Wrote with his own Hand, and found lying near the Skeleton', marooned on Ascension. The entries run from the 5th May 1725 until his death on 1st September of the same year. ESTC t29328.
And 9 others on St Helena ([A. EARLE. Extract from A Narrative of a Nine Months Residence in New Zealand London: 1832, sub-titled:] "Narrative of a residence on the Island of Tristan d'Acunha, in the South Atlantic ocean.". 8°. Modern leather-backed cloth;
[J.F. LULLIN DE CHATEAUVIEUX]. Manuscript transmitted from St. Helena, by an unknown channel. Translated from the French. New York: 1817. 12°. Original boards [worn];
William WARDEN. Letters written on board... the Northumberland, and at St.Helena; in which the conduct and conversations of Napoleon Buonaparte, and his suite... are faithfully described and related. Philadelphia: 1817. 12°. Original boards [backstrip worn];
Code of Signals used by the telegraph department, at the island of Saint Helena, 1845. Cape Town: 1845. 8°. Original cloth [stained];
A Description of the Island of St.Helena, destined for the future residence of Napoleon Buonaparte, Written upon the Spot, in the Year 1801. Wigan: 1815. 8°. Modern calf-backed marbled boards;
Robert GRAY. Three Months' Visitation, by the Bishop of Capetwon, in the autumn of 1855: with anaccount of his voyage to the island of Tristan d'Acunha, in March, 1856. London: 1856. 12°. Contemporary calf;
E.F. HATFIELD. St.Helena and the Cape of Good Hope: or, incidents in the missionary life of the Rev. James M'Gregor Bertram, of St. Helena. New York: 1852. 12°. Original cloth;
Thomas ROBSON. St.Helena Memoirs,,, Second edition. London: 1827. 12°. Original boards;
Appropriation of Ordnance to the Defence of St. Helena. London: 1807. 12°. Original wrappers). (11)