The Last Cruise of the Teal - Leigh Ray (Pseudonym for H. Lewis Jones) 1893 - Digby, London - First Edition The pleasant cruise of two young men, who set sail from Leigh on sea up the coast of England to Harwich, and then across the North Sea, ends in disaster intrigue and mystery in Eastern Europe...

A popular book of its day, even E. Nesbit used it in one of her own stories. The author and doctor H. Lewis Jones penned this work of fiction under a pseudonym, it was preceded by his book ‘
Swin, Swale and Swatchway’ published in 1892.
  Reference: Toy, Adventures Afloat 5509a.

pp. xi [1] 300, 8 publisher’s ads dated May 1893. in publisher’s red cloth,spine lettered in gilt, front board with illustration of ‘The Teal’ in gilt grey and black, grey black coated endpapers.
  Condition: Near fine, some faint spotting to front board, spine lightly sunned, one or two small marks to pages, partially unopened.   Ref: 108235   Price: HK$ 1,800