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, Two young who set sail on a pleasant cruise 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