BARNARD, M. R. The private life of the old Northmen. London: Champman and Hall, 1866. Publisher’s purple cloth. Spine sunned. Slight wear top spine ends. BOWDEN, John The Naturalist in Norway; or, Notes on the wild animals, birds, fishes, and plants of that country. With some account of the principal salmon rivers. London. L. Reeve & Co. 1869. Publisher’s purple cloth. Spine sunned. Slight wear top spine ends. A tight copy. Schiötz: 117. Lithographs: 1. Gudbrandsdalen. 2. A norwegian peasant’s encounter with a bear. 3. racing on skie in Norway. 4. Reindeer in the Dovre Fjeld. 5. Laplanders and tame rein deer. 6. Norwegian post station and carriole. 7. Little Mjösen-Vand. 8. Norwegian flowers. JACKSON, Helen [Maria Fiske] Glimpses of three coasts. Boston: Robert Brothers, 1886. Publisher’s dark red cloth. Small stain to upper corner of upper board. Schiötz I+II: 489*. Stavanger – Bergen and surrounding area – Hardanger –Voss – Sogn – Kristianiand surrounding area – Kristiania fjord. LOWER, Mark Antony Wayside Notes in Scandinavia. London: Henry S. King & Co., 1874. 12 plates. Publisher’s decorated cloth. Slightly worn. Creases to some corners of interior. Schiötz I: 624. Bring: 1049. Norway in general.Translation of Jonas Lies’ ”Den Fremsynte” etc. MacGREGOR, John The Rob Roy on the Baltic: A canoe cruise through Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Sleswig, Holstein, The North Sea and the Baltic. With numerous Illustrations, Maps and music. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low and Searle, 1867. Publisher’s decorated cloth. Darkened spine with wear to ends. Rear hinge broken. Schiötz I+II: 635a. Christiania – Kongsvinger – Åklangen – Vrangselv. MacMILLAN, Hugh Holidays in High Lands; or, Rambles and Incidents in search of Alpine London: MacMillan & Co., 1873. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Publisher’s green cloth. Paper partly cracked in inner rear hinge, but still a tight copy. Schiötz I: 637b. Christiania – Mjøsen – Gudbrandsdal – Romsdal – Mørebyene – Nordfjord – Bergen – Hardanger. MIÉVILLE,Walter F. Letters from Norway. Brighton/London: 1912. Publisher’s red cloth with gilt title to upper board. INSCRIBED by author to front end paper.