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Re: Gleasons
Posted by: adrian brisee Date: October 13, 1999 at 13:23:25
In Reply to: Re: Gleasons by Ginger Gleason Carter of 2187

this probably John Barber White's book. it is
a great book, but i'm finding some of the details are a little off. but it is probably the best book of the gleasons available today, although it deals with the English line, and doesn't really follow the Irish lines. It is available from Higginson in boston, but he just xyroxes and then hard binds, but his quality is severly lacking, he
appears to use use copies of copies, and the
pages get fuzzier with every book. It is also availible from Hertitage books as a reprint in a 2 volume soft cover edition. you can visit them online at, althugh i don't see it currently in their catalog. I got my copy at a used bookstore, you may want to check that or bibliofind. i hope this helps.


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