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  1. Adams (W.H. Davenport) NELSON'S HAND-BOOK TO THE ISLE OF WIGHT; Its History, Topography, and Antiquities. With notes upon its principal seats, churches, manorial houses, legendary and poetical associations, geology, and picturesque localities. Especially adapted to the wants of the Tourist Excursionist. Coloured folding map, 9 plates, 9-213pp, original cloth, few minor marks to rear board, ex-ref.lib. number to base of spine, stamps to pastedowns and verso of frontis, number in ink to verso of title-page, some spotting mainly to prelims. New and Revised Edition, London: T. Nelson, 1869. £30.00





  2. Addington (A.C) THE ROYAL HOUSE OF STUART. The Descendants of King James VI of Scotland James I of England. Volume 2 of 3 only. Illusts, xiii + 409pp, folio, original cloth, slightly chipped to head of spine. Charles Skilton, London: 1971. £50.00





  3. Addyman (P.V) EXCAVATIONS IN YORK, 1972-1973. First Interim Report. Plates, illusts in the text, pages numbered 200-231, complete, original paper wraps, stapled, short tear to top wrap. Reprinted from The Antiquaries Journal, London: 1975. £5.00





  4. Anderson (J.P) THE BOOK OF BRITISH TOPOGRAPHY. A Classified Catalogue of the Topographical Works in the Library of the British Museum relating to Great Britain & Ireland. xvi + 472+ 4 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, small indelible stamp to title, light wear to cloth. First edition, 1881. £48.00





  5. Atkinson (Barry) MINING SITES IN CORNWALL AND SOUTH WEST DEVON. Illusts, ix + 86pp, original pictorial card covers. Dyllansow Truran, Redruth: 1988. £8.00





  6. Atkinson (R.L) COPPER AND COPPER MINING. Shire Album 201. Illusts, 32pp, original pictorial card covers. Shire Publications, Aylesbury: 1987. £4.00





  7. Badcock Family PEDIGREE OF THE BADCOCK FAMILY of Somerset and Devon. 8pp, roy 8vo, unbound, stitched as issued. c.1927. £10.00





  8. Baddeley (M.J.B) BATH AND BRISTOL and Forty Miles Round. Through Guide Series. With 18 maps and plans, several of which are folding, xxix + 231 + 48pp of adverts, sm 8vo, original cloth, short tear to one map. Thomas Nelson, London: 1908. £14.00





  9. Barker (Katherine) and Kain (Roger) MAPS AND HISTORY IN SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND. Plates, ix + 148pp, original card covers. Exeter Studies in History No 31. University of Exeter, 1991. £12.00





  10. Barnes (P.E) UNBEATEN TRACKS OF THE WEST. The Hiker's Guide. Illusts, 316pp, sm 8vo, original cloth. Second (Enlarged) Edition, Western Daily Press, Bristol: 1931. £8.00





  11. Barton (D.B) A HISTORY OF COPPER MINING IN CORNWALL AND DEVON. Illusts, maps, 98pp, original pictorial card covers, partly faded. Third edition, Truro: D. Bradford Barton, 1978. £10.00





  12. Beddington (Winifred G) and Christy (Elsa B) IT HAPPENED IN HAMPSHIRE Doings, Sayings, and Interests, Past and Present. Collected from Villages in Hampshire by Members of the Hampshire Federation of Women's Institutes. 222pp, paper wraps. The Hampshire Federation of Women's Institute, Winchester: (1937) £9.00
    * Signed by Beddington on the half-title.






  13. Birch (Clive) THE BOOK OF BEACONSFIELD. Cr 4to, 148pp, dustwrapper. Includes 1 page list of subscribers. Second Edition. Barracuda Books, Buckingham: 1982. £20.00





  14. Bird (R.H) BRITAIN'S OLD METAL MINES. A Pictorial Survey. Numerous illusts, 112pp, oblong 8vo, few tears to dustwrapper, library label to front endpaper, page edges slightly damp crinkled. D. Bradford Barton, Truro: 1974. £10.00





  15. Blades (Robin), editor OXFORD QUARTER SESSIONS ORDER BOOK 1614-1637. xxviii + 206pp, original cloth. Oxford Historical Society, 2009. £15.00





  16. Blake (Steven) GEORGE ROWE, ARTIST AND LITHOGRAPHER 1796-1864. Coloured and black and white plates, 72pp, original pictorial card covers. Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museums, 1982. £6.00
    * Rowe worked in Exeter and Cheltenham, and later in his life in Australia.






  17. Blizzard in the West THE BLIZZARD IN THE WEST. Being a Record and Story of the Disastrous Storm which raged throughout DEVON & CORNWALL, & WEST SOMERSET on the night of March 9th, 1891. Illusts, 168pp, 12mo, amateur card covers, lacks title-page. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent. Devonport: A.H. Swiss, c.1892. £10.00





  18. Bonnett (Harold) SAGA OF THE STEAM PLOUGH. Plates, 208pp, dustwrapper. New Impression. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1972. £22.00





  19. Bonser (Wilfrid) A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FOLKLORE As contained in the first eighty years of the publications of the Folklore Society. xiv + (11) + 126pp, original cloth. Folk Lore Society, London: 1961. £10.00





  20. Bradley (A.G) IN THE MARCH AND BORDERLAND OF WALES. With Sketches of the Country by W.M. Meredith. Textual illusts, folding map, 430pp, original cloth, 3" split to cloth on rear outer hinge. Two bookplates, and an early ownership name and address to front endpapers. First edition, Archibald Constable, London: 1905. £16.00





  21. Brand (John) and Ellis (Henry) OBSERVATIONS ON POPULAR ANTIQUITIES: Chiefly Illustrating the Origins of Our Vulgar Customs, Ceremonies, and Superstitions. Arranged and Revised, with Additions by Henry Ellis.... xxvi + 486 and xi + 731pp, 2 volumes in 1, 4to, early half calf, marbled boards, and endpapers, covers rubbed, spine and hinges reinforced with transparent plastic, occasional light spotting. London: F.C. and J. Rivington and others, 1813. £135.00
    * Presentation inscription from the editor on front endpaper.






  22. Brayshay (Mark), editor TOPOGRAPHICAL WRITERS IN SOUTH WEST ENGLAND. Illusts, 200pp, original pictorial card covers. University of Exeter Press, Exeter: 1996. £12.00
    * Covers the period from 1600 to 1900.






  23. Burke (Thomas) THE CHARM OF THE WEST COUNTRY. An Anthology, xvi + 244 + (1)pp, original cloth, ownership label to front endpaper. Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith. London: Simpkin Marshall, 1913 £10.00





  24. Burt (Roger), Waite (Peter) and Burnley (Ray) DEVON AND SOMERSET MINES. Metalliferous and Associated Minerals 1845-1913. 136pp, original pictorial card covers, spine slightly faded. University of Exeter and The Northern Mine Research Society, 1984. £14.00





  25. Burton (S.H), compiled by A WEST COUNTRY ANTHOLOGY. With 16 plates, 224pp, spine of dustwrapper faded. First edition, Robert Hale, London: 1975. £12.00
    * Includes extracts from:- Warner, Westcote, Hardy, Collins, Leland, Rowse, Fiennes etc.






  26. Butcher (A.L) CAVE SURVEY. Illusts, 40pp, original stapled card covers. Cave Research Group of Great Britain, No 3. Leamington Spa: c195- £12.00





  27. Camp (Anthony J), editor AN INDEX TO THE WILLS PROVED IN THE PREROGATIVE COURT OF CANTERBURY 1750-1800. Volume 5. N - Sh. 259pp, original card covers. London: Society of Genealogists. 1992. £12.00





  28. Campbell-Kease (John) A COMPANION TO LOCAL HISTORY RESEARCH. Illusts, maps, diagrams, 384pp, dustwrapper. Alphabooks, A. & C. Black. Sherborne: 1989. £16.00





  29. Chanter (Rev. J.F) and Worth (R. Hansford) THE RUDE STONE MONUMENTS OF EXMOOR AND ITS BORDERS. Part II. Plate, text diagrams, pages numbered 539-552, original wraps, partly faded, first and last leaves browned, short split to foot of spine. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1906. £9.00





  30. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." BUCKINGHAM section. Pages numbered 5-214, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 21 April 1834. £35.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.






  31. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." HERTFORD section. Pages numbered 237-360, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 21 April 1834. £24.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.






  32. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." OXFORD section. Pages numbered 711-805, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 21 April 1834. £25.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.






  33. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." WARWICK section. Pages numbered 473-668, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 6th March 1828. £25.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.






  34. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." COUNTY OF YORK. North Riding and West Riding sections. Pages numbered 669-822, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 6th March 1828. £35.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.






  35. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." DERBY section. For Inquiring Concerning Charities. County of DERBY section. Folio, 5-310pp, disbound, first 14 leaves are loose, a few with short tears. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 6th March 1828. £25.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.






  36. Chattaway (Joseph) AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE DANMONII; Or Ancient inhabitants of Devonshire and Cornwall. To which is appended a Short Vocabulary of the Cornish Tongue. vii + (i) + 112pp, 12mo, untrimmed in recent cloth, leather label on spine. London: J.B. Nichols and Son, 1830. £125.00





  37. Chope (R.P) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. A reprint with a new introduction by Alan Gibson. xiv + 339pp, slightly rubbed dustwrapper. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1967. £22.00
    * Includes extracts from the works of:- John Leland, William Stukeley, William Marshall, Celia Fiennes, etc.






  38. Clare (T) ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES OF DEVON AND CORNWALL. Map, numerous illusts and diagrams, 160pp, dustwrapper Moorland Publishing, Ashbourne: 1982. £10.00





  39. Clifford (D.J.H) MY ANCESTORS WERE CONGREGATIONALISTS in England & Wales. 93pp, original card covers. Society of Genealogists, London: 1992. £5.00





  40. Close (Colonel Sir Charles) THE EARLY YEARS OF THE ORDNANCE SURVEY. A Reprint with an Introduction by J.B. Harley and with an Index added. xxxv + 164pp, original card covers. David & Charles Reprints, Newton Abbot: 1969. £10.00





  41. Coe (Kenneth), editor SOME ASPECTS OF THE VARISCAN FOLD BELT. The Lectures Delivered to the Ninth Inter-University Geological Congress. Diagrams, folding plans, vii + 163pp, dustwrapper protected in a plastic sleeve. Manchester University Press: 1962. £15.00
    * Includes chapters on Devon and the West Country.






  42. Collings (A.G) ALONG THE SOUTH WEST WAY. Part I. Minehead to Bude. 184pp, dustwrapper. Tabb House, Padstow: 1985. £6.00





  43. Collins (J.H) A HANDBOOK TO THE MINERALOGY OF CORNWALL AND DEVON, with instructions for their discrimination, and copious tables of localities. 10 plates showing 246 figs. of crystals. 72 + 108 + [x]pp, dustwrapper. Originally published 1871, Reprinted Truro: D. Bradford Barton, 1969. £20.00





  44. Collins (J.H) OBSERVATIONS ON THE WEST OF ENGLAND MINING REGION Being an Account of the Mineral Deposits and Economic Geology of the Region. With a folding map and 18 plates 2 of which are folding. xx + 683pp, original cloth, rubbed to edges, 2" split to cloth at head of top outer hinge. Printed for the Author. Plymouth: 1912. £75.00 --- See sample text
    * On the front pastedown is a signed presentation inscription from Thurston Peter, underneath which is a pencilled note on the subsequent owners by Peter's grandson.






  45. Cossons (Neil) INDUSTRIAL MONUMENTS IN THE MENDIP, SOUTH COTSWOLD AND BRISTOL REGION. Field Guide No. 4. 32pp, original decorative card covers, name to title-page. Bristol Archaeological Research Group, Bristol: 1967. £4.00





  46. Cramer (James) THE BOOK OF PORTSMOUTH. Numerous illusts, cr 4to, 144pp, dustwrapper. includes 3 page list of subscribers. Barracuda Books, Buckingham: 1985. £18.00





  47. Cunliffe (Barry) IRON AGE COMMUNITIES IN BRITAIN. An account of England, Scotland and Wales from the seventeenth century BC until the Roman conquest. Plates, diagrams, maps, plans, xviii + 438pp, 4to, dustwrapper. Second edition, Routledge & Kegan, London: 1978. £15.00





  48. Currie (Sir Mordaunt) WICKHAM BISHOPS A Social History of the Parish. Typescript 45 pages printed on rectos only, small folio, stapled lacks lower wrap. 1966. £15.00





  49. Darby (H.C) and Finn (R. Welldon), editor THE DOMESDAY GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND. Frontis, textual maps, (xiv) + 469pp, original cloth, Bristol University labels to front endpapers, ex-lib. with labels to front endpapers, inner hinges cracked and weak. Cambridge University Press, 1967. £20.00





  50. Davey (Cyril) WEST COUNTRY PLACE NAMES AND WHAT THEY MEAN. Avon, Somerset and Wiltshire. 36pp. 12mo, original card covers. Abson Books, Wick: 1991. £4.00





  51. Deacon's THE GLOUCESTER COURT GUIDE AND COUNTY BLUE BOOK. A Fashionable Record, Professional Register, and General Survey of the County and of the Cities of Bristol and Bath. Lacks map, 608 + 318pp adverts, original cloth partly faded, short split to both outer hinges. London: Charles Wlliam Dacon & Co., 1899. £20.00
    * Includes articles on the Geology, Archaeology, Natural History etc., etc. of the area.






  52. Derbyshire Parish Registers, edited by W.P.W. Phillimore and F. Strutt DERBYSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 2. vi + (i) + 144pp, original cloth, few small spots to boards, internally sound. LIMITED TO 150 COPIES. London: Issued to Subscribers by Phillimore & Co. 1907. £25.00
    * Records the marriages celebrated in each Parish from the first entry up to the year 1812 for Brailsford and for Duffield up to 1766.






  53. Derbyshire Parish Registers, edited by W.P.W. Phillimore and others. DERBYSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 3. vi + (i) + 146pp, original cloth, few small spots to boards, internally sound. LIMITED TO 150 COPIES. London: Issued to Subscribers by Phillimore & Co. 1907. £25.00
    * Records the marriages celebrated in each Parish from the first entry up to the year 1812, and for Mellor up to 1775. Contains the parishes of Duffield, Spondon, Mellor, and Kirk Ireton.






  54. Derbyshire Parish Registers, edited by W.P.W. Phillimore and L.L. Simpson DERBYSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 6. (v) + 149pp, original cloth, few small spots to boards, internally sound. LIMITED TO 150 COPIES. London: Issued to Subscribers by Phillimore & Co. 1909. £25.00
    * Records the marriages celebrated in each Parish from the first entry up to the year 1812. Contains the parishes of St. Peter, Derby; Normanton; Osmaston; Alvaston; Willington; Kirk Langley; and Chellaston.






  55. Derbyshire Parish Registers, edited by W.P.W. Phillimore and L. Simpson DERBYSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 9. vi + (i) + 153pp, original cloth, light damp marks to boards, internally sound. LIMITED TO 150 COPIES. London: Issued to Subscribers by Phillimore & Co. 1912. £25.00
    * Contains the parish of Derby All Saints and records the marriages celebrated up to 1837.






  56. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 5. Part 1, January 1908. With 3 plates, 32pp.... Bound with.... Appendix. Cresswell (Beatrix) EXETER CHURCHES. With 7 plates, pages numbered 81-112, original printed wraps, top wrap loose, spine chipped. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1908. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Widworthy Church; Chittlehampton Wayside Crosses; The Dolton Font; Exeter Churches, etc.






  57. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 5. Part 3, July 1908. With 2 plates, pages numbered 73-104.... Bound with.... Appendix. Cresswell (Beatrix) EXETER CHURCHES. With 6 plates, pages numbered 145-176, original printed wraps, small splash mark on top wrap. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1908 £9.00
    * Includes articles on:- Early English Bosses; Colyton Marriages in Exeter Cathedral; Ancient Records in Kingsbridge Church, etc.






  58. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 5. Part 4, October 1908. With 6 plates, pages numbered 105-136.... Bound with.... Appendix. Cresswell (Beatrix) EXETER CHURCHES. With 6 plates, pages numbered 177-224, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1908 £9.00
    * Includes articles on:- Colyton Marriages in Exeter Cathedral; Killed by a Bell in the Church of Axminster; "Yonge" Coffin Plates in Colyton Church; Prowse Family, etc.






  59. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 5. Part 7, July 1909. With 3 plates, pages numbered 233-264.... Bound with.... Appendix. Prideaux (E.K) and Shafto (G.R. Holt) BOSSES AND CORBELS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. With 6 plates, pages numbered 21-52, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1909. £9.00
    * Includes articles on:- Exeter Civic Seals; Reminiscences of Hawks and Hawking (continued); Silk Culture in Devon, etc.






  60. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 5. Part 8, October 1909. With 3 plates, pages numbered 265-311 including index.... Bound with.... Appendix. Prideaux (E.K) and Shafto (G.R. Holt) BOSSES AND CORBELS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. With 6 plates, pages numbered 53-84, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1909. £9.00
    * Includes articles on:- Exeter Civic Seals; Arms of Dartmouth; Colyton: The Old Parsonage; Bakers Company, etc.






  61. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 5. Part 2, April 1908. With 3 plates, pages numbered 33-72.... Bound with.... Appendix. Cresswell (Beatrix) EXETER CHURCHES. With 7 plates, pages numbered 113-144, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1908. £9.00
    * Includes articles on:- Courtenay Tomb in Colyton Church; Ministers of Seaton; Heraldry in Exeter Churches; Sir Walter Raleigh, etc.






  62. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 6. Part 1, January 1910. With 4 plates, 32pp.... Bound with.... Appendix. Prideaux (E.K) and Shafto (G.R. Holt) BOSSES AND CORBELS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. Illusts, pages numbered 85-116, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1910. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Trumpeting Clock of St, Mary of Ottery; Victims of the Monmouth Rebellion; Granville Family; Budleigh Salterton Pageant; Family of Thurleby in Cornwall, etc.






  63. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History Biography and Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 6. From January 1910 to October 1911. Plates, with a folding facsimile of Rocque's Plan of Exeter, (iv) + 269pp, disbound, some foxing mainly to edges of the plan and the adjacent pages. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1911. £24.00
    * This was the first of the series to be titled 'Devon and Cornwall', volumes 1 - 5 were titled just 'Devon Notes & Queries.' Includes articles on:- Slapton Church; Exeter Castle; Hatherleigh Meeting House; , Axmouth Cider Mill; Tucker family; Tywardreath Parish Church; Stained Glass in Bampfylde House, Exeter; Norman Doorway at South Petherwin, Cornwall, etc.






  64. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 7. Part 3, July 1912. With plates, pages numbered 81-112.... Bound with.... Cresswell (Beatrix F) NOTES ON CHURCHES OF DEANERY OF KENN, DEVON. With 4 plates, pages numbered 33-64pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1912. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Courtenay Arms; Mules or De Moelis Family of Kingerswell and Diptford; John Carpenter, Vicar of Branscombe; Yarde Heraldry; Posset Pans; Acland Family; Prideaux of Tavistock, etc.






  65. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 7. Part 4, October 1912. With 4 plates, pages numbered 113-144.... Bound with.... Cresswell (Beatrix F) NOTES ON CHURCHES OF DEANERY OF KENN, DEVON. With 5 plates, pages numbered 65-96pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1912. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Cornish Folk lore: The Piskies; John Davis, the Navigator and Fulford; Posset Pans; Cock Pit, Truro; Family of Pyne; Kellways and De Esse Families, etc.






  66. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 7. Part 5, January 1913. With 10 plates, 6 loosely inserted and 5 of these are folding, pages numbered 145-192, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Exeter City Wall; Family of Walters; Rectors of Talaton; Early Charters of Crediton, etc.






  67. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 8. Part 1, January 1914. With 3 plates, 32pp.... Bound with.... Appendix. Prideaux (Edith K) SUTCOMBE CHURCH AND ITS BUILDERS. Folding frontis, plates, 32pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1914. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Dunkeswell Abbey; Yeo of Bradworthy; Vicars of Lelant; Topsham Privateers; Walrond Papers, etc.






  68. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 8. Part 5, January, 1915. With 2 plates, 129-160pp.... Bound with.... Appendix. Lega-Weekes (Ethel) SOME STUDIES IN THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE CATHEDRAL CLOSE EXETER. With 2 plates, pages numbered 65-96, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1915. £12.00
    * Includes articles on:- Tenants of Manor of Okehampton; Sidmouth; Topsham Privateer King George; Defaulters at Bishops Tawton; Succession of Vicars of Mevagissey; Vicars of St. Just-in-Penwith, etc.






  69. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 9. Part 6, April 1917 With plate, pages numbered 161-192pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With 2 plates, pages numbered 161-192, ( note this work was continued in later parts. ) original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1917. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Mercer of Ottery St. Mary; Will of Captain John Bonython of Pendennis Castle; Rev. Thomas Bedford and his Descendants, etc.






  70. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 9. Part 1, January 1916. Plate, 32pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With 2 plates, 32pp, ( note this work was continued in later parts. ) original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1916. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Armory on Pole Monument in Colyton Church; Mayoral Elections held in Churches; Nicholas Izacke, Mayor of Exeter, etc.






  71. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 9. Part 2, April 1916. With 2 plates, pages numbered 33-64pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. Pages numbered 33-64, ( note this work was continued in later parts. ) original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1916. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Ancient Liturgical MS discovered in Exeter Cathedral Library; Arms of the Family of Manningford; Stooke of Waddon and Clifford of Chudleigh, etc.






  72. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 9. Part 7, July 1917. With 2 plates, pages numbered 193-224pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With 1 plate, pages numbered 193-224, ( note this work was continued in later parts. ) original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1917. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- John Mudge, Printer; West Country Clock and Watchmakers; Stoke Gabriel Sextons; Early Churchwardens Account, St. Mary Major, etc.






  73. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 10. Part 1. January 1918. With 3 plates, 32pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. Pages numbered 257-272, ( note this work was continued in later parts. ) original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1918. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Sepulchral Slabs with Crosses in Devon; Blagdon Memorials, St. Michael's Church, Honiton; Reskymer Bonython of Bonython, etc.






  74. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 10. Part 2. April 1918. With plate, 33-64pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. Pages numbered 273-304, ( note this work was continued in later parts. ) original printed wraps, text slightly spotty. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1918. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Susan Gay, Falmouth author; Thomas Bushell and the Combe Martin Mines; De La Tour Family; Sepulchral Slabs with Crosses in Devon, etc.






  75. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 10. Part 3. July 1918. With plate, 65-96pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. Pages numbered 305-339 + title and prelims, ( note this work was contained earlier parts. ) original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1918. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Copleston Family; Sepulchral Slabs with Crosses in Devon; Berry Family; Stephens Family, etc.






  76. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 10. Part 4. October 1918. With plate, 97-144pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1918. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Vaughan of Ottery St. Mary; Devon and Cornwall Organ Makers; Charter of Creation of the Duchy of Cornwall, Edward III, etc.






  77. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 10. Part 5. January 1919. With 4 plates, 145-192pp, original printed wraps, wraps partly faded, spine chipped and split. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1919. £6.00
    * Includes articles on:- Devonshire Wine; Devon and Cornwall Organ Makers; French Names in Devon; Tomkyns Family of Lostwithiel, etc.






  78. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 11. Part 1, January 1920. With 2 plates, 48pp.... Bound with.... Clarke (Kate M) THE MISERICORDS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. 16pp, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1920. £10.00
    * Includes articles on:- Norman Corbels at Plympton; Hurling in Cornwall; Cornish Engineers: The Hornblowers; Walrond of Bovey; Bristol Rollers (glass rolling pins), etc.






  79. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 11. Part 3, July, 1920. With 4 plates, 81-112pp.... Bound with.... Clarke (Kate M) THE MISERICORDS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. With 8 plates, pages numbered 35-48.... Bound with.... Watkin (Hugh R) THE HOUSE OF STUART AND THE CARY FAMILY. JAMES II. AND TORRE ABBEY. 20pp, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1920. £9.00
    * Includes articles on:- Prideaux-Reynell; Borough Seal of West Looe, etc.






  80. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History Biography and Antiquities of e Counties of Devon & Cornwall. Volume 12, Part 3, July 1922. With 4 plates, pages numbered 97-144pp, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1922. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Ancestry of Samuel Prout; Waddeton Court, carved Wooden Figures; Ancient Fulford Deed, etc.






  81. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 13. Part 1. January 1924. With 3 plates, 48pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1924. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Early Sheriffs of Devon; Truro Castle; Longstone at Pilton; Mock King at Lostwithiel, etc.






  82. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 13. Part 2. April 1924. With 3 plates, 49-96pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1924. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Devon Mathematicians; Manor Mill of Trematon Castle; Tribus Minutis Family; Vicars of Buckfastleigh since the Commonwealth, etc.






  83. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 13. Part 3. July 1924. With plate, 97-144pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1924. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Cruwys of Morchard and East Anstey; Bonythons of Bonython in Cornwall; Pressgang in North Devon during the Commonwealth, etc.






  84. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 13. Part 5. July 1925. With 2 plates, 193-240pp, original printed wraps, spine chipped. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1925. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Family of de Fissacre and the Murders of Thomas a Beckett; Morleigh and the Family of de Fissacre; Allet and Halwyn Manors, Cornwall, etc.






  85. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 13. Part 6. April 1925. With 3 plates, 241-288pp, original printed wraps, few pencil and ink notes. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1925. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Pointz Family; Family of de Fissacre and the Murders of Thomas a Beckett; Will of George Hodder of Topsham, 1692, etc.






  86. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 13. Part 7. July 1925. With 2 plates, 289-336pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1925. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Templer Family; Coat of Arms of Kilworthy; Restoration Commissioners, etc.






  87. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 14. Part 1. January 1926. With 2 plates, 48pp, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1926. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Little Hempston Manor and Parsonage; Tackbear Manor; Tudor House, Exe Island, etc.






  88. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 14. Part 5. January 1927. With 3 plates, 193-240pp, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1927. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Sheviocke Church and Rectors; Early Life of Francis Drake; William Briwer, etc.






  89. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 15. Part 1. January 1928. With 2 plates, 48pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1928. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- De Cancia, De Berkeley, De Canta families in Cornwall; Shapcote or Shapcott Family of Knowstone, etc.






  90. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 15. Part 2. April 1928. With 2 plates, pages numbered 49-96, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1928. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Exeter Clergy in 1415; Bishop Conan and St. Buryan; Cheneys in Devon, etc.






  91. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 16. Part 2, April. 1930. With 2 plates, pages numbered 49-96, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1930. £8.00
    * Includes articles on :- Smith of Thornecombe; Pronunciation of some Place-Names in Devon, etc.






  92. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 16. Part 5, January, 1931. With 3 plates, pages numbered 193-240, original wraps, few marks to rear wrap, damp marks to a few margins. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1931. £8.00
    * Includes articles on :- The King's Mines in Devon and Cornwall; Escheators of Devon and Cornwall 1450-1643; Exeter Election of 1695, etc.






  93. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 16. Part 4, October, 1930. With 3 plates, pages numbered 145-192, original wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1930. £8.00
    * Includes articles on :- Escheators of Devon, 1300-1450; Smith of Thornecombe, etc.






  94. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 17. Part 7. July 1933. With 3 plates, 289-336pp, original wraps. A. Wheaton & Co. Ltd. Exeter: 1933. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Copplestone Charter; Saint Day, Monk; Prysten House, Plymouth; St Urith, etc.






  95. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 17. Part 8. October 1933. With 3 plates, 337-393pp, original wraps. A. Wheaton & Co. Ltd. Exeter: 1933. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Acland of Fremington; St Gulwell's Cross, Ashburton; Holy Trinity Chapel at St. Day; Edward Pellew, etc.






  96. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 18. Part 4. October 1934. With 2 plates, 145-192pp, original wraps. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: 1934. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Polsloe Priory; Lands of the Marquis of Exeter; Keble and Cornishes of Shalcombe; Brihtricestan, a Lost Manor; Woollen Industry in Great Torrington, etc.






  97. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 18. Part 7. July 1935. With 2 plates, 289-336pp, original wraps, wraps faded and slightly chipped to edges. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: 1935. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Family of Le Daneys; Some Medieval Devon Coroners; Bowhill House, Exeter; Hollands of Bowhill in St. Thomas's Exeter; St. Buryan Charter; Rouse or Royal Oak Goblet, etc.






  98. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 18. Part 8. October 1935. With 2 plates, 337-392pp, original wraps, wraps faded and slightly chipped to edges. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: 1935. £5.00
    * Includes articles on:- Hugh Peter and the submission of Eastern Cornwall; Chantry Priests at Plymouth; Exeter in the Civil War and Interregnum, etc.






  99. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 18. From January 1934 to October 1935. In the original 8 parts, with 20 plates, 392pp, original wraps. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: 1934-1935. £25.00
    * Includes articles on:- Crediton underground passages; Woollen industry in and around Great Torrington; Pyles of Talaton; Minchin Court, Aylesbeare; Hugh Peter; Copplestone; Hugh Peter in Devonshire; Heraldic Shields at Wear Giffard, etc.






  100. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 18. From January 1934 to October 1935. With 20 plates, 392pp, ex-lib. with stamp to front pastedown, number to base of spine, occasional spotting, recent cloth. James Townsend and Sons. Exeter: 1934-1935. £26.00
    * Includes articles on:- Crediton underground passages; Woollen industry in and around Great Torrington; Pyles of Talaton; Minchin Court, Aylesbeare; Hugh Peter; Copplestone; Hugh Peter in Devonshire; Heraldic Shields at Wear Giffard, etc.






  101. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History Archaeology & Antiquities. Volume 19. From January 1936 to October 1937. Illusts, 392pp, 8 parts bound in 7, complete, in the original printed wraps. Exeter: James Townsend, 1937. £24.00
    * Includes articles on:- Ancient Crosses at Torrington; Fitz-Martin family; Exeter banking; Honiton; Launceston Priory; Militia Mutiny, Plymouth; Phoenicians and Cornwall; Peverell family; St. Mawgan, etc.






  102. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 20. Part 1, January 1938. With 3 plates, 48pp, original wraps, slightly ragged. E. Lega Weekes' copy with her name to top wrap and occasional marginalia. Exeter: James Townsend and Sons. 1938. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Early Coplestone; Paper-making Industry near Barnstaple; Early Sheriffs of Devon; Cadbury and Thorverton Subsidies, etc.






  103. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 20. Part 2, April 1938. Plate, 49-96pp, original wraps, slightly ragged. Miss Lega-Weekes copy with her name to top wrap, and occasional marginalia. Exeter: James Townsend and Sons. 1938. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Early Coplestone; Paper-making Industry near Barnstaple; Early Sheriffs of Devon; Cadbury and Thorverton Subsidies, etc.






  104. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History Archaeology & Antiquities. Volume 24. Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6. 5 parts, lacking parts 5, 7 and 8, illusts, in the original printed wraps, library stamp to top of four wraps. Exeter: James Townsend, 1950-1951. £22.00
    * Includes articles on:- St. Buryan place names; Hugo of Devon and Cornwall; St Bryan Church; Cross at St. Enoder; Hillersdon family; Surrender of Pendennis Castle; Plymouth Freemen 1664; Northam Barrows; Cornish Banks, etc.






  105. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History Archaeology & Antiquities. Volume 25. Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 8 of 8 only. Six parts only, in the original printed wraps, institution stamps to 3 top wraps. James Townsend, Exeter: 1952-1953. £20.00
    * Includes articles on:- Cornish Crosses; Gundry family of Cornwall; pole Armorials in Colyton Church; Dennys family; St Buryan, etc.






  106. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History Archaeology & Antiquities. Volume 26. Parts 2, and 8, of 10 parts. 2 parts, in the original printed wraps. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) James Townsend & Sons Ltd. Exeter: 1954-1955. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Cornish Crosses; Umberleigh Weir; Cornish Miner's Petition to Queen Victoria; Golwells family, etc.






  107. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 27. Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12 of 12 only. 9 parts, lacking parts 5, 9 and 11, 9 parts of 12, in the original printed wraps, library stamps to a few wraps. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) Exeter: James Townsend, 1956-1958. £22.00
    * Includes articles on:- John Couch Adams; Chagford; Cornish Crosses; Tavistock; St. Germans; Sidbury; Grampound elections, etc.






  108. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 28. Parts 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, and 11 of 11. 6 parts only, lacking part 4, 5, 6, 7 and 10, plates, in the original printed wraps. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) Exeter: James Townsend, 1959-1961. £18.00
    * Includes articles on:- Cornish Volunteers; Siege of Skewis; Rectors of Ahbury; Dowrish Family; Rowe Family; Rural Deans of Totnes, etc.






  109. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History Archaeology & Antiquities. Volume 29. Parts 2, 4, 6, 8, and 9, of 11. 6 parts, lacking parts 1, 3, 5, 7 and 10, in the original printed wraps, top wrap to part 2 partly stained, slightly affecting margins of first few leaves. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) James Townsend, Torquay: 1962-1964. £14.00
    * Includes articles on:- Tiverton, Cornish Crosses; Surrender of the Scilly in Isles in 1651; North Trewortha; Rowe family; Siege of Plymouth; East Ogwell; Lapford Field Names, etc.






  110. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to Local History Archaeology & Antiquities. Volume 29. Parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of 11. 10 parts, lacking part 1, in the original printed wraps. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) James Townsend, Torquay: 1962-1964. £20.00
    * Includes articles on:- Tiverton, Cornish Crosses; Surrender of the Scilly in Isles in 1651; North Trewortha; Rowe family; Siege of Plymouth; East Ogwell; Lapford Field Names, etc.






  111. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 31. Parts 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 of 8. 5 parts of 8, lacking parts 4, 6 and 7, illusts, in the original printed wraps, small stamp to top wraps of 2 parts. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) Torquay and Tiverton: 1968-1970. £18.00
    * Includes articles on:- Otterton Priory and St Michael's Mount; Honiton Inns and Taverns; Windmills in Devon; Robert Burnard; Geere family, Cornish crosses; etc., etc.






  112. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 32. Parts 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, 8 of 9 only. 8 parts, lacks part 2, in the original printed wraps. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) Maslands Limited, Tiverton: 1971-1973. £24.00
    * Includes articles on:- Culmstock; Wainwright family; Pasmore family; Axmouth Haven; Cornish Superstitions; St. Kew; Marwoods of Honiton, etc.






  113. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 32. Parts 1, 4, 5, 6, and 7 of 9 only. 6 parts, lacking parts 2, 3, 8, and 9, in the original printed wraps, couple of small lib. stamps to 2 wraps. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) Maslands Limited, Tiverton: 1971-1973. £18.00
    * Includes articles on:- Culmstock; Wainwright family; Pasmore family; Axmouth Haven; Cornish Superstitions; St. Kew, etc.






  114. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History, Archaeology, Biography & Antiquities. Volume 34. Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of 8 parts. 6 parts only lacking parts 7, 8 and the index, original wraps. Maslands Limited, Tiverton: 1978-80. £20.00
    * Includes articles on:- Robert Stephen Hawker; Iron Smelting site at Hemyock; Follett family; Water Mills in East Devon; Trump family, Heavitrre Breweries; Mining Activity and Cornish Migration at Mary Tavy, etc. etc.






  115. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES a Quarterly Journal devoted to the Local History Biography and Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. Volume 39. Parts 1 - 5 only of 10. 5 parts, lacking parts 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, illusts, in the original printed wrappers. ( I have many odd parts for this and other volumes available, please contact for further details. ) Spring, 2002 - Spring, 2004. £16.00
    * Includes articles on:- Peryman Family and Exeter Canal; Ilsington Charities; John Ball of Honiton; Emigrants from Torquay to Quebec; Gibbs Family, etc.






  116. Dewey (Henry) BRITISH REGIONAL GEOLOGY: SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND. (Memoirs of the Geological Survey) Illusts, maps, diagrams, vi + 72pp, original wraps, top wrap loose and slightly ragged, lacks half of spine, lower hinge partly split. Second edition, London: H.M.S.O. 1948. £12.00





  117. Dewey (Henry) LEAD, SILVER-LEAD AND ZINC ORES OF CORNWALL, DEVON AND SOMERSET. Textual illusts, 72pp, original wraps, spine slightly chipped at head and foot. Memoirs of the Geological Survey. H.M.S.O. 1921. £18.00





  118. Dewey (Henry) SPECIAL REPORTS ON THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF GREAT BRITAIN. COPPER ORES OF CORNWALL AND DEVON. Diagrams, folding section, 76pp, original printed card covers, slight crease to top wrap. Limited to 200 copies. Reprinted Mining Facsimiles, Sheffield: n.d. £10.00





  119. Dickinson (H.W) JAMES WATT Craftsman & Engineer. With 17 plates, textual illusts, xvi + 207pp, few short tears to dustwrapper, ex-university lib. with label to front pastedown and perforated stamp to title-page. Cambridge at the University Press: 1936. £22.00





  120. Doddington-Pigot THE REGISTERS OF DODDINGTON-PIGOT, Co. Lincoln. 1562-1812. Transcribed and Edited by The Rev. R.E.G. Cole. xii + 110pp, original wraps loose, lacks spine, ex-lib. with a couple of small stamps. Parish Registers Society: 1898. £30.00





  121. Domesday Book MIDDLESEX. Text and translation edited by John Morris, edited from a draft translation prepared by Sara Wood. With a map, dustwrapper, neat inscription on half title. Phillimore, Chichester: 1975. £15.00





  122. Duncan (Jonathan) THE HISTORY OF GUERNSEY; With occasional notices of Jersey, Alderney, and Sark, and Biographical Sketches. xvi + 655 + (1)pp, early half calf, rubbed, marbled boards loose and spine spine, ex-ref.lib. with stamps to endpapers and title-page. London: Longman, Brown, Green.... 1841. £45.00





  123. Earle (Peter) MONMOUTH'S REBELS. The Road to Sedgemoor 1685. Plates and textual illusts, xi + 236pp, dustwrapper protected with a loose transparent sleeve. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1977. £12.00





  124. Edmonds (E.A), McKeown and Williams (M) BRITISH REGIONAL GEOLOGY: SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND. Based on previous editions by H. Dewey. Illusts, maps, some of which are folding and coloured, diagrams, 130pp, original pictorial card covers, slightly rubbed to edges. Third edition, H.M.S.O. London: 1969. £10.00





  125. Ellis (Hamilton) FOUR MAIN LINES. Coloured and black and white plates, 225pp, slightly rubbed dustwrapper protected with a loose plastic sleeve. First edition, George Allen and Unwin, London: 1950. £12.00
    * Covers the East Coast, West Coast, the Great Western and South Western railways.






  126. Embrey (P.G) and Symes (R.F) MINERALS OF CORNWALL AND DEVON. Numerous colour plates, diagramatic maps, 154pp, roy 8vo, original pictorial card covers. British Museum (Natural History), London: 1987. £14.00





  127. Fairclough (Tony) and Shepherd (Eric) MINERAL RAILWAYS OF THE WEST COUNTRY. Numerous illusts, 96pp, oblong 8vo, dustwrapper, private ownership label to front pastedown. D. Bradford Barton, Truro: 1975. £20.00





  128. Faraday (M.A), editor HEREFORDSHIRE MILITIA ASSESSMENTS OF 1663. Camden Fourth Series Volume 10. With map, xiii + 242pp, original cloth. 1972. £14.00





  129. Fenner (Robin A) DEVON AND CORNWALL ILLUSTRATED Through the lens of a Postcard Photographer. Illusts, 122pp, 4to, original printed card covers. Stannary Press, Callington: 1986. £10.00





  130. Finberg (H.P.R) WEST COUNTRY HISTORICAL STUDIES. 232pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Newton Abbot: 1969. £20.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Tavistock, Glastonbury, Crediton, Stokenham, Morwell, etc.






  131. Fisher (H.E.S), editor THE SOUTH-WEST AND THE SEA. Papers presented at two seminars on the maritime history of the South-West of England, held at Dartington Hall.... 1967. Graphs, map, 73pp, folio, original wraps, lacks cloth spine. University of Exeter: 1968. £12.00





  132. Fordham (Sir Herbert George) STUDIES IN CARTO-BIBLIOGRAPHY British and French and in the Bibliography of Itineraries and Road-Books. vii + 180pp, original cloth. First published 1914, reprint, Dawsons, London: 1969. £18.00





  133. Gastineau (Henry) SOUTH WALES ILLUSTRATED IN A SERIES OF VIEWS. Comprising the Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Castles, Seats of the Nobility & Gentry, Antiquities, &c. Accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions. With engraved vignette title-page, and 44 engraved views, and descriptive text, 4to, half roan, worn lacks spine, boards almost loose. This volume has 4 views cut out, and contains 17 of 26 views on Monmouthshire, 21 of 38 views of Glamorganshire, 2 of 28 views of Pembrokeshire, and 4 of 12 views of Breconshire as listed in the index. The views which are not in this volume for those counties were never bound in this volume. Jones and Co., London: c.1830. £35.00





  134. Gilpin (William) OBSERVATIONS ON THE WESTERN PARTS OF ENGLAND, relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty. To which are added, A few Remarks on the Picturesque Beauties of the Isle of Wight. With 18 sepia aquatint plates, xvi + 359 + (1)pp, early half half, marbled boards loose, lacks spine, ex-ref.lib. label on top board, stamp and number to verso of title-page, stamp to front endpaper, occasional off-setting. First edition, Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, London: 1798. £80.00





  135. Gomme (George Laurence), editor ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY, PART II. (Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, Cumberland.) The Gentleman's Magazine Library: Being A Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of the Gentleman's Magazine from 1731 to 1868. viii + 328pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, page edges dusty. Elliot Stock, London: 1892. £15.00





  136. Gomme (George Laurence), editor ROMAN-BRITISH REMAINS: Part I. Being A Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of the Gentleman's Magazine from 1731 to 1868. xxiv + 297pp, original cloth partly darkened and damp stained, damp affecting edges of first few leaves, occasional private stamp. London: Elliot Stock, 1887. £10.00





  137. Gomme (George Laurence), editor ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY, PART III. (Derbyshire, Devonshire, Dorsetshire). The Gentleman's Magazine Library: Being A Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of the Gentleman's Magazine from 1731 to 1868. viii + 361 + 2 pages of publishers adverts, untrimmed in the original cloth, slightly soiled and rubbed to head and foot of spine, private library label to front pastedown. London: Elliot Stock, 1893. £25.00





  138. Graham (E) MEMORIALS OF WESSEX. 97pp, original cloth-backed boards, covers slightly dusty. F.G. Longman, The Priory Press, Dorchester: 1933. £14.00
    * Includes chapters on Wessex in the Civil War, and Domestic Houses in Wessex.






  139. Gray (Irvine) and Ralph (Elizabeth) GUIDE TO THE PARISH RECORDS OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL AND THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. Frontis, xxviii + (ii) + 315pp, some light damp spots to the original cloth, internally sound. Printed for the Records Section of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. 1963. £20.00





  140. Gray (Todd), editor EARLY STUART MARINERS AND SHIPPING. The Maritime Surveys of Devon and Cornwall. Frontis, sketch maps, xxvii + 171pp, original card covers, dustwrapper. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 33. Torquay: 1990. £16.00
    * Gives names of mariners from the various ports.






  141. Greenwood (Charles) FAMOUS HOUSES OF THE WEST COUNTRY. Illusts, vii + 116pp, roy 8vo, original boards. First edition, Bath: 1977. £12.00





  142. Grice (Frederick) FRANCIS KILVERT Priest and Diarist 1840-1879. Illusts, 58pp, original pictorial card covers, ex-lib, with signs of label being removed from top cover, and stamps to title. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Kilvert Society, 1975. £4.00





  143. Griffiths (Bill) A USER-FRIENDLY DICTIONARY OF OLD ENGLISH. 61pp, original pictorial card covers. Third edition, Heart of Albion Press, Loughborough: 1993. £6.00





  144. Grinsell (L.V) THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF WESSEX. An account of Wessex antiquities from the earliest times to the end of the pagan Saxon period, with special references to existing field monuments. Illusts, maps, xv + 384pp, slightly worn dustwrapper. First edition, London: Methuen, 1958. £15.00





  145. Grinsell (L.V) THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF EXMOOR. Bideford Bay to Bridgwater. Plates, maps, textual illusts, 242pp, dustwrapper. First edition, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1970. £20.00





  146. Grinsell (Leslie) PREHISTORIC SITES IN THE MENDIP, SOUTH COTSWOLD, AND BRISTOL REGION. Field Guide No 1. 32pp, original card covers. Bristol Archaeological Research Group, Bristol: 1966. £4.00





  147. Gross (Charles) A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BRITISH MUNICIPAL HISTORY including Gilds and Parliamentary Representation. Second Edition with a Preface by G.H. Martin. dustwrapper. Reprint of 1897 edition. Leicester: 1966. £18.00





  148. Guest (Edwin) ORIGINES CELTICAE (A Fragment) and Other Contributions to the History of Britain. Two volumes, frontis, and coloured plate, xxviii + 409pp and 8 folding maps, 538 + Errata, contemporary half calf, raised bands, spines gilt tooled, small area rubbed from base of spine, ex-lib. with number to base of spine, label to front endpaper, and stamp and numbers to verso of title-page. London: Macmillan and Co., 1883. £50.00





  149. Guildhall Library NON-CONFORMIST, ROMAN CATHOLIC, JEWISH AND BURIAL GROUND REGISTERS. 30pp, original pictorial card covers. Second edition, revised, Guildhall Library, London: 1993. £5.00





  150. Gunning (Frederic) A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE LAW OF TOLLS: and therein, of Tolls thorough and Traverse; Fair and Market Tolls; Canal, Ferry, Port and Harbour Tolls; Turnpike Tolls; Rateability of Tolls; Exemption from Tolls, and of Remedies and Evidence in Actions for Tolls. xvi + 252pp, early calf boards, loose, lacks spine, first few leaves loose, ex-ref. lib. stamp to title-page and one other leaf. London: Saunders and Benning, Law Booksellers, 1833. £30.00





  151. Gurney (Hugh), Foreword SIXTY POST-WAR CHURCHES Churches, Church Centres, Dual-Purpose Churches. Numerous illusts, and plans, 107 + (13) pages of adverts, few tears to ragged dustwrapper. Incorporated Church Building Society, London: (1956) £12.00





  152. H.M.S.O. CENSUS 1961. ENGLAND AND WALES, POPULATION DWELLINGS HOUSEHOLDS. Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, Devon, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire. 26pp, small folio. H.M.S.O. London: 1963. £12.00





  153. Handley-Taylor (Geoffrey) BERKSHIRE, HAMPSHIRE, AND WILTSHIRE AUTHORS TODAY. Being a Checklist of Authors Born in these Counties together with Brief Particulars of Authors Born elsewhere who are currently working or residing in these Counties.... An assemblage of more than 630 Authors together with their addresses and (where applicable) their pseudonyms. xiv + 11pp, original cloth. Eddison Press, London: 1973, £12.00





  154. Hannigan (Des) DARTMOOR AND EXMOOR Aerofilms Guides. Coloured illusts, 160pp, 4to, dustwrapper. Ian Allan, Shepperton: 1993. £6.00





  155. Harper (Duncan) WILTS & SOMERSET A Railway Landscape. Illusts, maps, diagrams, 111pp, roy 8vo, dustwrapper. Millstream Books, Bath: 1987. £8.00





  156. Harris (Rendel) THE NOME. The After-Glow Essays Number Four. Diagrammatic map, 23pp, original paper boards. University of London Press, Ltd. 1934 £20.00
    * In this essay Harris tries to prove that Watchet, in Somerset, amongst other place names, and places along the River Otter are derived from Egyptian words.






  157. Harris (W. Gregory) SKETCHES OF THE WEST COUNTREE. (Original Studies in Rural Life in Devon and Cornwall, in Verse and Prose.) Frontis loose, viii + 87pp, original printed card covers, portions missing from spine, staples rusty. Second edition, Exeter: Besley and Dalgleish, 1902. £8.00





  158. Hart (A. Tindal) COUNTRY COUNTING HOUSE The Story of Two Eighteenth-century Clerical Account Books. With 11 plates, textual illusts, xxix + 142pp, couple of short nicks to dustwrapper. London: Phoenix House, 1962. £15.00
    * The story of 2 eighteenth century clerical account books from parishes in the diocese of Gloucester but covering their owner's lives at Cambridge, Barnack in Northamptonshire, and Alderton and Cheltenham in Gloucestershire.






  159. Havinden (M.A),and King (Celia M), editor THE SOUTH-WEST AND THE LAND. Textual maps, 74pp, folio, original card covers, lacks cloth spine, 1" tear to rear cover, small 'Dartington Hall Library' stamp to title. University of Exeter: 1969. £12.00





  160. Havinden (M.A.), Thornton (D.S) and Wood (P.D) ESTATE VILLAGES. A study of the Berkshire villages of Ardington and Lockinge. Plates, maps, 214pp, few short nicks to dustwrapper, with a record office stamp to the title-page. Lund Humphries for the University of Reading, 1966. £12.00





  161. Hayman (Richard) RIDDLES IN STONE. Myths, Archaeology and the Ancient Britons. Illusts, diagrams, plans, xiv + 332pp, dustwrapper contained in a loose plastic sleeve. Hambledon Press, London: 1997. £10.00





  162. Heath (Sidney) THE SOUTH DEVON AND DORSET COAST. Plates, and textual illustrations, xvi + 445pp, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, inner hinges cracked, inner joint at title-page crudely strengthened with tape. Fredrick A. Stokes, New York: 1910. £12.00





  163. Hebditch (Max) and Grinsell (Leslie) ROMAN SITES IN THE MENDIP, COTSWOLD, WYE VALLEY AND BRISTOL REGION. Field Guide No 2. 32pp, original card covers. Bristol Archaeological Research Group, Bristol: 1968. £4.00





  164. Henderson (Arthur E) MELROSE ABBEY Then and Now. Illusts, 30 unpaginated pages, original qtr cloth tartan patterned paper boards. First edition, London: Simpkin Marshall, (1936) £10.00
    * Signed by the author on the title-page.






  165. Higham (Robert), editor LANDSCAPE AND TOWNSCAPE IN THE SOUTH WEST. Maps, illusts, 130pp, original pictorial card covers. University of Exeter, 1989. £7.00





  166. Holland (Clive) FROM THE NORTH FORELAND TO PENZANCE. Illustrated by Maurice Randall. With 30 coloured illustrations, xvi + 334pp, original cloth, gilt, top board slightly faded, occasional spotting to text and fore-edges. London: Chatto and Windus, 1908. £30.00





  167. Hopkins (Mary Alden) HANNAH MORE and Her Circle. Frontis and 8 plates, 274pp, few short tears to dustwrapper. First edition, New York and Toronto: 1947. £22.00





  168. Hoskins (W.G) THE WESTWARD EXPANSION OF WESSEX. Folding map, 44pp, original card covers. Leicester University Press, 1960. £10.00





  169. Hubbard (A.J) and Hubbard (G) NEOLITHIC DEW-PONDS AND CATTLEWAYS. Illusts, 114pp, original cloth, ex-lib. with label and stamp to front pastedown, head of spine rubbed, and short tear to top outer hinge. Second Edition. Longmans, Green, London: 1907. £11.00





  170. Hyett (Sir Francis) and Wells (Charles) MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND BRISTOL, 1900-29. Pages numbered 321-360, complete, original printed wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1929. £7.00





  171. Iredale (David) ENJOYING ARCHIVES What They Are, Where to Find, Them How to Use Them. 264pp, dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1973. £10.00





  172. Jacobs (Michael) & Warner (Malcolm) ART IN THE WEST COUNTRY. Jarrold Regional Guide Book 6. Coloured and black and white illusts, 32pp, original card covers. Phaidon Press, Oxford: 1980. £4.50





  173. James (M.R) ABBEYS With One Hundred Illustrations by Photographic Reproduction, and Fifty-six Drawings, Thirteen Plans, Seven Colour Plates and Map. x + 154pp, roy 8vo, original qtr cloth, paper boards, slightly faded, 2" split to head of top outer hinge, some spotting to prelims. Great Western Railway, Paddington, London: 1925 £16.00





  174. Jerrold (Walter) HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN KENT. With Illustrations by Hugh Thompson. Folding map, xix + 447 + 4 pages of publishers adverts, few minor marks to original cloth, bookplate to front pastedown. Reprinted, Macmillan and Co. 1924. £14.00





  175. Johnson (Stephen) BURGH CASTLE, Excavations by Charles Green 1958-61. East Anglian Archaeology Report No 20, 1983. Diagrams, plans, some of which are folding, vi + 131pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers, spine faded. Norfolk Archaeological Unit, Norfolk Museums Service, Dereham: 1983. £20.00





  176. Jones (A.E.E) ANGLO-SAXON WORCESTER. 320pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Ebenezer Baylis, Worcester: 1958. £12.00





  177. Jowitt (R.L.P. and Dorothy) DISCOVERING WALKS IN WESSEX TOWNS. Maps, plates, 144pp, sm 8vo, original decorative card covers. Shire Publications, Aylesbury, 1974. £5.00





  178. K (L.A) SONGS OF DEVONSHIRE AND SOMERSETSHIRE. 34pp, almost loose in the original cloth boards, slightly rubbed to edges. no imprint c.192- (?) £10.00
    * Excruciating, presumably the printer and publisher wished to remain anonymous. Initialled presentation inscription from the author on front endpaper.






  179. Keeton (G.W) LORD CHANCELLOR JEFFERYS and the Stuart Cause. 553pp, dustwrapper, Bristol University labels to front endpapers, stamp to verso of title-page, and foot of last leaf. MacDonalds, London: 1965. £20.00





  180. Kelly's KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF DEVONSHIRE AND SOMERSETSHIRE 1930-1. Lacks map of Devon, with long tear to Somerset map, 47 (adverts) + xxvii + 1256 (adverts) + 28 + xvi + 803pp, original cloth, worn, dull and partly faded, top outer hinge partly split, inner hinges pulled. Kelly's Directories, London: 1930. £95.00





  181. Kelly's KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF HAMPSHIRE, AND THE ISLE OF WIGHT, WILTSHIRE, DORSETSHIRE, AND THE CHANNEL ISLANDS. 1939. 5 folding maps, 37 pages of adverts + xxviii + 1152 + ix + 440 + ix + 424 + 28 (adverts) + 290pp, original cloth, cellotape repair to verso of one map, rubbed, lacks front endpaper and first couple of pages of adverts. Kelly's Directories Ltd., London: 1939. £105.00





  182. Knight (F.A) BY LEAFY WAYS. Illustrated by E.T. Compton. 197pp, untrimmed in the original decorative cloth, few spots to top boards, rear outer hinge rubbed, and with short split, ownership name to front endpaper, and a bookplate to pastedown. First edition, London: Elliot Stock, 1889. £10.00
    * Contains references to Dartmoor and Somerset.






  183. Knight (F.A) THE RAMBLES OF A DOMINIE. With Illustrations by E.T. Compton. 193pp, original decorative cloth. First edition, London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., (1891) £16.00
    * Includes chapters on Dartmoor and the Mendips.






  184. Knight (Francis A) IN THE WEST COUNTRY. With full-page and textual illusts. x + 269pp, original decorative cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, head and foot of spine rubbed, rear inner hinge cracked, light damp spotting to spine and part of rear board, internally clean. First edition, Bristol: W. Crofton Hemmons, c.1898. £17.00
    * Includes chapters on Brean Down, Exmoor and Dartmoor.






  185. Lawrence (Ivor D) A NAVAL SCHOOLMASTER LOOKS BACK. Illusts, family tree, maps, 285pp, original cloth, ex-ref. lib. with labels to front endpapers stamp to front endpaper. Privately Printed, Cambridge: c.1987. £16.00
    * Lawrence was born in Burnham-on-Sea, in Somerset, went to Colston's School in Bristol, joined the navy, and served during the second World War. After retiring he lived at Swanage, in Dorset, and was at one time the secretary of the Swanage Arts Club.






  186. [Leech (Joseph)] SUPPLEMENTAL PAPERS BY THE CHURCHGOER. Making the Fourth Collection from the same source. x + [ii] + 186pp, head and foot of spine slightly rubbed, short split to top outer hinge. Bristol: William Georges Sons, 1888. £18.00
    * Includes a further selection of chapters on churches, and the clergy involved; mainly in Bristol, and Somerset. Includes St Mark's Chapel, Bristol; Kempsford; Saint Werburgh's, Bristol; Weston-super-Mare; Uphill; Burnham; Temple Church, Bristol; Brent Knoll.






  187. Leifchild (J.R) OUR COAL AND OUR COAL PITS. The People in Them and the Scenes Around Them. x + 243pp, original cloth. Originally printed in 1856. Reprinted, Frank Cass & Co., London: 1968. £30.00





  188. Little (Bryan) CRUSOE'S CAPTAIN. Being the Life of Woodes Rogers, Seaman, Trader, Colonial Governor. Plates, 240pp, short tear to dustwrapper, ex-lib with label to front pastedown, number to base of spine of dustwrapper, and stamp to title-page, Odhams Press, London: 1960. £12.00
    * Woodes Rogers was born in Poole, Dorset and moved later to Bristol where he served as an apprentice to become a mariner. He rose to become a captain, fought against the Spanish, and wrote 'A Cruising Voyage Round the World' published in 1712. He went on to become Governor of the Bahamas.






  189. Little (Bryan) THE MONMOUTH EPISODE. Frontis, 16 plates and 4 maps, 3 of which are folding, 268pp, lacks dustwrapper. First edition, London: Werner Laurie, 1956. £12.00





  190. Longley (F.E) SOMERSET AND DORSET. Pamphlet, 16pp, textual engravings, lacks top wrap. c.188- £12.00





  191. Lothian (Elizabeth) COUNTRY HOUSE COOKERY FROM THE WEST. Illusts, 96pp, laminated boards. David and Charles, Newton Abbot: 1978. £8.00





  192. Lothian (Elizabeth) COUNTRY HOUSE COOKERY FROM THE WEST. Line drawings, 96pp, original laminated boards. Second impression, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1979. £5.00





  193. Maddison (Arthur) THE WEST COUNTRY'S MARITIME STORY. Coloured and black and white illusts, 84pp, original pictorial card covers. Heritage Publications, Tavistock: 1982. £6.00





  194. Major (A.F) EARLY WARS OF WESSEX. Being Studies from England's School of Arms in the West. Maps, plans, diagrams, including two folding maps in pocket at rear, xiv + 238pp, original cloth, rubbed, short tear to head of top outer hinge, number to base of spine, library label to front pastedown, and private ownership label to front endpaper. Cambridge at the University Press, 1913. £20.00





  195. Major (Albany F) and Burrow (Edward J) THE MYSTERY OF WANSDYKE. Being a Record of Research & Investigation in the Field. With 112 drawings and 100 plans. viii + 200pp, 4to, original cloth-backed boards, partly faded, corners of boards slightly rubbed. NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION OF 750 COPIES. Cheltenham: Ed. J. Burrow and Co., 1926. £80.00





  196. Manning (S.A) NATURE IN THE WEST COUNTRY. 160pp, original pictorial card covers, top cover partly faded. Illusts, double-page map, Windmill Press, Tadworth: 1979. £4.00





  197. Markale (Jean) KING ARTHUR: KING OF KINGS. Translated by Christine Hauch. 242pp, dustwrapper. (1977) £15.00





  198. Martin (Benjamin) THE NATURAL HISTORY OF MIDDLESEX. With a folding engraved map by Bowen, a folding plan of London, a folding plan of the Country round London, and 3 plates, 2 of which are folding, pages numbered 207-306, complete, disbound. London: Printed and Sold by W. Owen. 1759. £95.00
    * Extracted from his work entitled 'The Natural History of England.... '






  199. Mason (Edmund J) and (Dorrien) AVON VILLAGES. Photographs by John H. Barrett. With 63 illustrations and a double-page map, 192pp, dustwrapper. Robert Hale, London: 1982. £11.00





  200. Maxim (James L) A LANCASHIRE LION. Illusts, 79pp, dustwrapper. Published by the Trustees of the late James L. Maxim. Leeds: 1965. £12.00
    * Concerns a causeway at Blackstone Edge.






  201. Mayo (Earl of), Adshead (S.D), Abercrombie (Patrick) and Thompson (W. Harding) THE THAMES VALLEY From Cricklade to Staines. A Survey of its Existing State and some Suggestions for its Future Preservation. With 6 coloured folding maps, 32 plates, 106pp, folio, original cloth, ex-lib., with signs where label removed from front endpaper, stamp to title and number to foot of spine. University of London Press, 1929. £24.00





  202. McHardy (A.K), editor ROYAL WRITS ADDRESSED TO JOHN BUCKINGHAM Bishop of Lincoln 1363-1398. xxix + 197pp, original cloth. Canterbury and York Society. 1997. £14.00





  203. Michael (W) THE HISTORY OF KING ALFRED THE GREAT. Engraving, 16pp, sm 8vo, original printed top wrap, lacks lower wrap, a few spots to text. Second edition, W. Michael, Bookseller. &c. Westbury Wilts. c.1870. £10.00







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  204. Miles (Roger) FORESTRY IN THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE. Plates, diagrams, maps, 303pp, slightly worn dustwrapper. Faber & Faber, London: 1967. £9.00
    * 'The writing of this book began eight years ago with a forestry survey in Exmoor.... ' author's foreword.






  205. Minchinton (Walter) and Perkins (John) TIDEMILLS OF DEVON & CORNWALL. Exeter Papers in Industrial Archaeology. Illusts, maps, 45pp, original pictorial card covers. University of Exeter, 1971. £8.00





  206. Minchinton (Walter), editor CAPITAL FORMATION IN SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND. Folio, original wraps, 61pp. University of Exeter: 1978. £12.00
    * Includes chapter on:- West of England Woollen Industry; South West of England Metal Mining, etc.






  207. Moreland (Carl) and Bannister (David) ANTIQUE MAPS. Numerous illusts, 326pp, dustwrapper. Third Edition, Phaidon, Christie's Oxford: 1989. £15.00





  208. Muir (Richard) THE STONES OF BRITAIN. Illusts, coloured map endpapers, 288pp, dustwrapper, with three small Bristol University stamps. Michael Joseph, London: 1986. £10.00





  209. Murray (John) A HAND-BOOK FOR TRAVELLERS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With 2 folding maps, lvi + 243 + 24 pages of adverts, original cloth, lacks most of spine which is also loose, slightly shaken, front inner hinges crudely repaired with tape. London: John Murray, 1851. £18.00





  210. Murray (Stephen) YEOVIL, SHERBORNE and The West Country. With a Journey along the Fosse Way to the North. Coloured and black and white photographic plates, textual illusts, 225pp, original decorative card covers, name in ink on top cover/ Stephen Murray, Yeovil: 1941. £12.00





  211. Murray's HANDBOOK FOR DEVON AND CORNWALL (1859). With large folding map, lvi + 293 pages, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper, name to front endpaper. Reprinted, Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1971. £18.00





  212. Nock (O.S) HISTORICAL STEAM LOCOMOTIVES. With a coloured frontis and 68 photographs, xii + 162pp, few short tears to dustwrapper. First edition, London: Adam and Charles Black, 1959. £12.00





  213. Norton (J.E) GUIDE TO THE NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL DIRECTORIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, Excluding London, Published before 1856. 241pp, original cloth. First edition, London: Offices of the Royal Historical Society. 1950. £15.00





  214. Norway (A.H) HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thompson. viii + 391pp, original cloth, title on spine dull, edges slightly rubbed. Macmillan and Co., London: 1919. £9.00





  215. O'Neal (R.A.H) DERBYSHIRE LEAD AND LEAD MINING A Bibliography. 68pp, original printed card covers, ink note to top cover. Second edition, Derbyshire County Library, Matlock: 1960. £12.00





  216. Orme (Nicholas), editor NICHOLAS ROSCARROCK'S LIVES OF THE SAINTS: CORNWALL AND DEVON. Frontis, illusts, x + 235pp, original card covers, dustwrapper. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 35. Torquay: 1992. £16.00





  217. Orme (Nicholas), editor UNITY & VARIETY. A History of the Church in Devon and Cornwall. Illusts, maps, plans, xiii + 242pp, original pictorial card covers. University of Exeter Press, 1991. £10.00





  218. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN BUCKINGHAM IN 1873. Buckingham section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 22pp, disbound. 1875. £16.00





  219. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN DENBIGH IN 1873. Denbigh section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 16pp, disbound. 1875. £10.00





  220. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN HEREFORD IN 1873. Hereford section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 31pp, disbound. 1875. £17.00





  221. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN NORFOLK IN 1873. Norfolk section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 67pp, disbound, some spotting. 1875. £18.00





  222. Palgrave-Moore (Patrick) UNDERSTANDING THE HISTORY AND RECORDS OF NONCONFORMITY. 28pp, original card covers. 3rd edition, Elvery Dowers Publications, Norfolk: 1994. £4.00





  223. Palmer (Kingsley) ORAL FOLK-TALES OF WESSEX. 200pp, dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1973. £11.00





  224. Pasmore (W.S) TALES OF DEVON AND CORNWALL. 91pp, original wraps, lacks large portion of corner of top wrap, not affecting text. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Exeter: Besley and Dalgleish, 1900. £10.00





  225. Pearce (Susan M) THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOUTH WEST BRITAIN. Plates, diagrams, maps, 268pp, dustwrapper. Collins, London: 1981. £7.00





  226. Pearson (A) ROBERT HUNT., F.R.S. (1807 - 1887) With 6 plates, 133pp, original pictorial card covers. Federation of Old Cornwall Societies, 1976. £10.00
    * Hunt was born in Devonport and spent his early life there and in Penzance.






  227. Pennington (Robert R) STANNARY LAW. A History of the Mining Law of Devon and Cornwall. 229pp, dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1973. £25.00





  228. Pevsner (Nikolaus) NORTH SOMERSET AND BRISTOL. (Buildings of England Series) Photographic Illusts, double-page map, 510pp, original printed wraps, book block has a slight lean. First edition, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth: 1958. £10.00





  229. Pigot and Co's NATIONAL COMMERCIAL PIGOT'S DIRECTORY FOR 1830. Cornwall, Dorsetshire, Devonshire, Somersetshire, Wiltshire. With 5 folding maps, 282pp, original printed card covers. Originally published 1830. Facsimile reprint, King's Lynn: 1993. £20.00





  230. Pigot's PIGOT'S DIRECTORY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 1830. Lacks map, pages numbered 69-98, complete, disbound. London: Pigot & Co., 1830. £25.00





  231. Pigot's PIGOT'S DIRECTORY OF MONMOUTHSHIRE 1842. Lacks map, 24pp, recent unlettered paper wraps. Pigot and Co., London and Manchester: 1842, £30.00





  232. Pigot's PIGOT'S DIRECTORY OF NORFOLK 1830. Lacks map, pages numbered 527-607, complete, disbound. London: Pigot & Co., 1830. £25.00





  233. Plymouth Institution ANNUAL REPORTS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE PLYMOUTH INSTITUTION and Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society. Volume 9, 1884-7. Early binders cloth, spine chipped at head of spine, back outer hinge partly split. Plymouth: W. Brendon, 1887. £22.00
    * Includes articles on:- Early History of Stonehouse; Charities of Plymouth, Fishing Industry of the West; Local Flora; Local Heraldry, etc.






  234. Plymouth Institution ANNUAL REPORTS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE PLYMOUTH INSTITUTION. and Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society. Volume 19. 1943-44 and 1944-45. With 3 plates, xxiii + 126pp, original wraps, stamp of an institution on top wrap. Underhill, Plymouth: 1947. £12.00
    * Includes chapter on Natural History of the Plymouth Rubble Heaps; Plymouth Chantries; Ratter Street Congregational Church; Early Newspapers in Plymouth and the West; Prysten House; Canada and the Empire Air Training Scheme, etc.






  235. Plymouth Institution ANNUAL REPORTS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE PLYMOUTH INSTITUTION. and Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society. Volume 20. 1945-46 and 1946-47. With 2 plates, xxxi + 258pp, original wraps. Underhill, Plymouth: 1948. £14.00
    * Includes chapters on Ships of Devon and Cornwall; Devonport Dockyard; Westcountrymen in Normandy and the Channel Islands; Birds and Mammals of Dartmoor; Mines, Miners and Engineers of Cornwall, etc.






  236. Pollard (Michael) THE HARDEST WORK UNDER HEAVEN. The Life and Death of the British Coal Miner. Plates, 189pp, dustwrapper. Hutchinson, London: 1984. £10.00





  237. Ponting (K.G) THE WOOLLEN INDUSTRY OF SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND. With 55 illustrations, x + 214pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Adams and Dart, Bath: 1971. £25.00





  238. Porter (Jeffrey), editor EDUCATION AND LABOUR IN THE SOUTH-WEST. 77pp, folio, original wraps, cloth spine. University of Exeter: 1975. £12.00





  239. Post (Desmond) AROUND HISTORIC DEVON AND CORNWALL. Drawings by Stuart Richmond, 128pp, oblong 8vo, pictorial laminated boards. Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells: 1978. £5.00





  240. Pudney (John) BRUNEL AND HIS WORLD. With 140 illusts, 128pp, dustwrapper Reprinted Thames and Hudson, London: 1975. £10.00





  241. Pulman (George P.R) THE BOOK OF THE AXE; Containing A Piscatorial Description of that Stream and Historical Sketches of All the Parishes and Remarkable Places Upon its Banks. Fourth Edition, Re-Written and Greatly Enlarged. With Nearly One Hundred Illustrations and a Map. v + 906pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. Originally published 1875. Kingsmead Reprints, Bath: 1975. £48.00 --- See sample text





  242. Pulman (George P.R) LOCAL NOMENCLATURE. A Lecture on the Names of Places, chiefly in the West of England, Etymologically and Historically Considered. 181 + 2 pages of publishers adverts, 12mo, later unlettered paper wraps, light stains to top margin of title-page and a few leaves, title slightly dusty. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts. 1857. £30.00





  243. Quinborough REPORT ON THE BOROUGH OF QUINBOROUGH. (Kent.) Title + pages numbered 822-840, complete, extracted from a larger work, folio, disbound. House of Commons, London: 1835. £18.00
    * Sections of the Report cover:- History; Courts; Corporate Body; Police; Revenue, etc.






  244. Radford (C.A. Ralegh) and Swanton (Michael J) ARTHURIAN SITES IN THE WEST. Folding map, illusts, 62pp, card covers with pictorial dustwrapper. University of Exeter, 1975. £6.00





  245. Railway Correspondence and Travel Society THE LOCOMOTIVES OF THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY Part Eleven. The Rail Motor vehicles and Internal Combustion Locomotives. Plates, 25pp, original printed wraps, short nick to top wrap. Second edition, Railway Correspondence and Travel Society, 1956. £8.00





  246. Rees (Gareth) EARLY RAILWAY PRINTS A Social History of the Railways from 1825 to 1850. Numerous coloured and black and white plates, 128pp, oblong 8vo, couple of short tears to slightly creased dustwrapper. Phaidon, Oxford: 1980. £12.00





  247. Reid (Andy) THE UNION WORKHOUSE A Study Guide for Teachers and Local Historians. Illusts, 94pp, original pictorial card covers. Phillimore and Co., Chichester: 1994. £8.00





  248. Richardson (A.E) and Gill (C. Lovett) REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND. Numerous illustrations, xx + 185pp, 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper. First published 1924. Facsimile edition, Halsgrove, Tiverton: 2001. £30.00





  249. Richardson (A.E) and Gill (C. Lovett) REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND. Numerous illustrations, xx + 188pp, 4to, original cloth, partly faded, lightly rubbed to edges, couple of corners bruised, short tear to head of spine, cloth slightly creased on spine. First edition, London: Ernest Benn, Limited. 1924. £40.00





  250. Robertson (James), Clements (Pauline) THE AVON BOOKS Capturing the flavour of Avon in a nutshell. Line drawings, map, 64pp, tall 8vo, original pictorial laminated boards. Clover Press, Dulverton: 1982. £5.00





  251. Robinson (W.J) WEST COUNTRY CHURCHES. Volume 3 of 4 only. Numerous illusts., 221pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded, short tear to cloth at head of spine. Bristol Times and Mirror, 1915. £18.00
    * This volume includes churches at :- Little Sodbury - St. Philip and Jacob, Bristol. Including:- Litton, Locking, Mells, Martock, Mangotsfield, Nailsea, Paulton, Portbury, Priston, Olveston, Rangeworthy, Siston, Shirehampton, Stowey, etc.






  252. Robinson (W.J) WEST COUNTRY CHURCHES. Volume 1 only of 4. Numerous illusts., 221pp, original cloth, partly faded, spine almost loose. Bristol Times and Mirror, 1914. £16.00 --- See sample text
    * This volume includes churches at:- Almondsbury, Abbots Leigh, Axbridge, Bristol, Barrow Gurney, Chepstow, Bitton, Bradford on Avon, Corston, Badminton, etc.






  253. Roger (Captain Woodes), introduction and Notes by G.E. Manwaring A CRUISING VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. With 8 plates, xlvi + 320pp, original cloth, front inner hinge weak, fore-edges spotty, ex-lib., with label to front endpaper, and stamp to title-page. Cassell and Co., London: 1928. £16.00
    * Woodes Rogers was born in Poole, Dorset and moved later to Bristol where he served an apprenticeship as a mariner. He rose to become a captain, fought against the Spanish, and wrote 'A Cruising Voyage Round the World' published in 1712. He eventually became Governor of the Bahamas.






  254. Rogers (K.H) THE NEWCOMEN ENGINE IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND. Illusts, 63pp, pictorial laminated boards. Moonraker Press, Bradford-on-Avon, 1976. £14.00





  255. Ruck (Ruth) REMINISCENCES OF THE OLD COUNTRY. Historical Sites Exceptional Scenery Healthful Attributes. Plates, 184, original pictorial cloth, slightly rubbed to edges. London: John Ouseley, 1910. £14.00
    * Include chapters on the Cotswolds, Badminton, Peak District, North Wales.






  256. Saunders (Andrew) DEVON AND CORNWALL (Exploring Englands Heritage) Double-page map, coloured and black and white plates, x + 117pp, original pictorial card covers. London: H.M.S.O. 1991. £7.00





  257. Seede-Parker (Edward Milward) GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA RELATING TO THE FAMILY OF SEEDE, of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Frontis, 16pp, 4to, original printed wraps. Mitchell and Hughes, London: 1890. £16.00
    * The family resided at Tetbury, Upton Cheyney, Bitton, Bisley, Rodborough, Stroud, Bristol, and Castlecombe.






  258. Smith (Brian S) and Ralph (Elizabeth) A HISTORY OF BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Cartography and drawings by E.B. Middleton. Maps, plates, textual illusts, 128pp, dustwrapper. Second Edition, Phillimore, Chichester: 1982. £10.00





  259. Snell (F.J) THE CELTIC BORDERLAND A Rediscovery of the Marches from Wye to Dee. Full page and text illusts, 416pp, original cloth, corners slightly bruised, private ownership stamp to front pastedown. London: Robert Scott, (1928) £10.00





  260. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND One Hundred and Twenty-First Session 1901-1902. vol. XII - Third Series. Full page and illusts in the text, li + 775pp, few damp marks to the slightly rubbed original cloth, internally sound, spine darkened, paper label chipped on spine. Printed for the Society, Edinburgh: 1902 £30.00
    * Includes articles on:- Cairns of Arran; Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire; Douglas Percy, and the Cavers Ensign; Kirkard Monuments; Stone Circles in Aberdeenshire, etc.






  261. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries A SHORT INDEX TO SOMERSET AND DORSET NOTES AND QUERIES. Volumes 23 - 32. (1939/42 - 1986/90). Compiled by L.E.J. Brooke 26pp, original card covers. Creeds, Bridport: 1991. £8.00





  262. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, edited by Frederic William Weaver and Charles Herbert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET. Volume 14. Illusts, 368pp, early library style qtr morocco, cloth boards, lightly rubbed. Sherborne: J.C and A.T. Sawtell. 1915. £35.00
    * Includes articles on:- Seats in Gillingham Church, Courtenay family, Loders, Clavill family, Dowderidge family, Estates of George Pitt; Rentals of the Estates of George Pitt; Hallett family of Stedcombe; Parsonage of Somerton, etc.






  263. Southampton University College WESSEX An Annual Record of the Movement for a University of Wessex. Vol II No 1. Illusts, 106 + [viii] adverts., original printed wraps. Published by The Oxford University Press for University College, Southampton. 1931. £10.00





  264. Stannary Court, By Authority PROCEDURE IN THE COURT OF THE VICE WARDEN OF THE STANNARIES. New Orders, Rules and Forms, 1884. With an Appendix of Statutes. By Authority. Lacks title, and front endpaper, 356pp, original cloth, occasional light foxing. Netherton and Worth, Truro: 1884. £50.00
    * Titled on the half title:- 'Procedure in the Stannaries of Cornwall and Devon.'






  265. Stoate (T.L), editor and publisher SURVEY OF WEST COUNTRY MANORS 1525. The Lands of Cecily Marchioness of Dorset Lady Harington and Bonville in Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire. xxx + 163pp, small folio, original cloth covered in a loose plastic cover, neat inscription to front endpaper. Almondsbury: 1979. £75.00





  266. Stone (J.F.S) WESSEX Before the celts. Illusts, maps, plans, diagrams, 207pp, original pictorial card covers. Thames and Hudson, London: 1963. £4.00





  267. Stones (Samuel Henry) WHITTINGTON AND THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION OF 1688. Illusts, adverts, 40pp, original printed wraps, staples rusty, lacks portions from chipped spine. Sir W.C. Leng & Co., Sheffield: 1908. £20.00





  268. Surrey Archaeological Collections SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS Relating to the History of the County. Plates, folding plan, xlii + 176pp, original cloth. Surrey Archaeological Society, Guildford: 1943. £12.00
    * Includes articles on Coats of Arms in Surrey Churches; Surrey Seventeenth-Century Tokens; Manor of Chipstead, etc.






  269. Sussex Archaeological Society, edited by Mary S. Holgate. SUSSEX NOTES AND QUERIES A Quarterly Journal of the Sussex Archaeological Society. Volume 3, 1930, 1931. Illusts, 272pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, top corners of boards bruised, couple of splash marks to top board. Sussex Archaeological Society, 1931. £20.00
    * Includes articles on:- Sussex Manors of Francis Carew; Black Death in Sussex; Churchwarden's Accounts of West Tarring; Mounds on Camp Hill and Stone Hill, Ashdown Forest; Roman Site at Wiggonholt, etc.






  270. Sussex Archaeological Society SUSSEX NOTES AND QUERIES A Quarterly Journal of the Sussex Archaeological Society. Volume 2, 1928, 1929. Illusts, 278pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, couple of corners slightly bruised. Sussex Archaeological Society, 1929. £20.00
    * Includes articles on:- Manor of Withdean-Cayliffe; Sussex Dialect; Family of Kyme in Lewes; Rotherfield, etc.






  271. Sussex Archaeological Society, edited by Mary S. Holgate. SUSSEX NOTES AND QUERIES A Quarterly Journal of the Sussex Archaeological Society. Volume 5, 1934-1935. Illusts, 266pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, few small marks to rear boards. Sussex Archaeological Society, 1935. £20.00
    * Includes articles on:- Sussex Lands of Thomsade Poynings; Meeching Ferry and Stockferry; Bells and Pells of Sussex; Ferry of Sefford; Rookery Mound, near Alfriston, etc.






  272. Tate (W.E) THE PARISH CHEST A Study of the Records of Parochial Administration in England. With 15 illusts, xviii + 369pp, short tear to slightly worn dustwrapper. Reprint, Cambridge University Press: 1974. £12.00





  273. Tatton-Brown (Tim), editor BUILDING WITH STONE IN WESSEX OVER 400 YEARS. Illusts diagrams plans, 60pp, original pictorial card covers. The Hatcher Review, Salisbury: 1998. £8.00





  274. Thicknesse (S.G) ABBOTS LANGLEY. With 4 plates, textual illusts, 64pp, sm 4to, few short tears to slightly rubbed dustwrapper. Second impression. Staple Press. (1946) £12.00





  275. Thomas (Charles) MINING FIELDS OF THE WEST: being a Practical Exposition of the Principal Mines and Mining Districts of Devon and Cornwall. 100pp, card covers, dustwrapper. First published 1867. Reprinted Bradford and Barton, Truro: 1967. £15.00





  276. Thornbury (Walter) CROSS COUNTRY. Frontis, vi + 337 + 16 pages of publisher's adverts, original cloth, partly faded, lightly rubbed, front inner hinge cracked, and weak. London: Sampson Low, 1861. £65.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Wiltshire Downs; Stonehenge; Druid's Temple at Stanton Drew; Bristol and it's Sieges; The Mendips; Irish Fairies; Killarney, etc.






  277. Thoyts (E.E) THE KEY TO THE FAMILY DEED CHEST. HOW TO DECIPHER AND STUDY OLD DOCUMENTS. Being a Guide to the Reading of Ancient Manuscripts. xv + 149pp, untrimmed in the original buckram, small portion torn from top corner of front endpaper, slight signs where small label removed from foot of front pastedown. London: Eliot Stock, 1903. £10.00





  278. Titford (John) THE TITFORD FAMILY 1547 - 1947. Pedigrees and plates, xxx + 239 + 2 page list of subscribers, dustwrapper. Phillimore, 1989. £16.00
    * Mainly concerned with the Titfords of Frome in Somerset and Bratton in Wiltshire.






  279. Todd (Malcolm) THE SOUTH WEST TO AD 1000. Plates, textual illusts, diagrams, maps, 338pp, original pictorial card covers. Longman, London: 1987. £10.00
    * A study of the early archaeology of Cornwall, Devon and the Scilly Isles.






  280. Trevor Family THE FAMILY OF TREVOR OF TRAWSCOED. 8pp, original wraps. A pedigree with an ink note to one entry. n.d. £10.00
    * Trawscoed is in Powys, Wales.






  281. Trewin (J.C), editor THE WEST COUNTRY BOOK. Coloured plates, 222 + (2)pp, dustwrapper. Webb & Bower, Exeter: 1981. £10.00





  282. Trewin (J.C), editor WEST COUNTRY MAGAZINE. Volume 4. No 3. Plates, text illusts, adverts, pages numbered 171-298pp, original wraps. Westaway Books, Denham: Autumn, 1949. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- The Village Witch; Stone Circles and Lynchets; Kenneth Grahame in Cornwall; Saint Buryan; The Cornish Engine House. Contributors include:- A.J. Coles, A.K. Hamilton Jenkin, Charles Causley, Anne Treneer, etc.






  283. Trewin (J.C), editor WEST COUNTRY MAGAZINE. Volume 4. No 1. Plates, text illusts, adverts, 78pp, original wraps. Westaway Books, Denham: Spring, 1949. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Folk Songs of Devon; Baring-Gould; Samuel Phelps at Devonport; The Quantocks, etc. Contributors include:- C.C. Vyvyan, Peter Carew; Anne Treneer, A.J. Coles, etc.






  284. Trewin (J.C), editor WEST COUNTRY MAGAZINE. Volume 4. No 4. Plates, text illusts, adverts, pages numbered 251-318, original wraps. Westaway Books, Denham: Winter, 1949-50. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Drama in Dorset; Bristol before the Blitz; The Ridgeway; A Taunton Childhood; etc. Contributors include:- Eden Phillpotts, C.C. Vyvyan, Charles Causley; Bryan Little, etc.






  285. Trewin (J.C), editor WEST COUNTRY MAGAZINE. No 3. Volume 1. Plates, text illusts, pages numbered 145-214pp, original wraps partly faded. Westaway Books, Denham: Winter, 1946. £8.00
    * Includes articles on:- Totnes, Roads of Wiltshire; Isle of Purbeck; North Devon. Contributors include:- C.C. Vyvyan, Sean O'Casey, Eden Phillpotts, A.L. Rowse, etc.






  286. Trinder (Barrie) THE DARBYS OF COALBROOKDALE. Map, plates, 79pp, original card covers, name and date to half-title. Corrected reprint, Phillimore, London: 1981/ £6.00





  287. University College of South West DEVON AND CORNWALL A Preliminary Survey. A Report Issued by The Survey Committee of the University College Of The South West, Exeter. Maps, diagrams, map endpapers, illusts, 318pp, sm 4to, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, with a couple of short snags to head of spine. Exeter: A. Wheaton and Co. Ltd. 1947. £22.00 --- See sample text
    * Includes chapters on Industries, Fisheries, Geology, Minerals, etc.






  288. University of Bristol Reconstruction Research Group GLOUCESTERSHIRE, SOMERSET AND WILTSHIRE, A GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS. With 3 folding coloured maps, each laid down on linen, inserted in pockets at the front and rear, 12pp, folio, original card covers. Published for the University of Bristol by J.W. Arrowsmith Ltd. 1949. £20.00





  289. Vaughan (Adrian) GREAT WESTERN PORTRAIT: 1913-1921. Illusts, 59pp, oblong 4to, dustwrapper. Oxford Publishing Co., Headington: 1971. £10.00





  290. Vaughan (John) THE ENGLISH GUIDE c.1780-1870. An Illustrated History. With 79 text illusts, 167pp, dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1972. £12.00





  291. Verner (Coolie) MAP COLLECTORS' SERIES MAPS BY JOHN ARROWSMITH IN THE PUBLICATIONS OF THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 35pp, original card covers. Map Collectors' Circle, London: 1971. £10.00





  292. Ward (C.S) and Baddeley (M.J.B) SOUTH DEVON (including W. Dorset Coast from Weymouth) AND SOUTH CORNWALL With a Full Description of Dartmoor and the Scilly Isles. Through Guide Series. With 10 maps and plans, many of which are folding, xvi + 224 + 64pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, lightly rubbed, spine slightly faded, few small spots to covers. Third Edition, Revised, London: Dulau and Co. 1889. £12.00





  293. Warnock (D.W) and Parsons (R.G) THE BRISTOL & NORTH SOMERSET RAILWAY SINCE 1884. Map, diagrams, illusts, 28pp, original card covers, stapled, few spots to top cover, lacks tape from spine. Avon-Anglia Publications, Bristol: 1979. £12.00





  294. Warren (A.S) A LIFE IN GLOUCESTER AND SOMERSET. With illustrations by his daughter Margaret Frewin. Textual illusts, 99pp, original card covers. Gloucester: Thornhill Press, 1973. £10.00





  295. Watkins (George) THE STEAM ENGINE IN INDUSTRY. Mining and the Metal Trade. Illusts, 128pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Moorland Publishing, Ashbourne: 1994. £8.00





  296. Webber (Ronald) THE DEVON AND SOMERSET BLACKDOWNS. Double-page map, illusts, 192pp, dustwrapper in loose protective sleeve, ex-lib, small hole where label removed from front pastedown, number and small stamp to title-page. London: Robert Hale. 1976. £8.00





  297. Welch (F.B.A) and Crookall (R) BRITISH REGIONAL GEOLOGY. BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTER DISTRICT. Second Edition by G.A. Kellaway and F.B.A. Welch. With 12 plates, one of which is folding, 96pp, original printed wraps. London: H.M.S.O. 1948. £12.00





  298. West (John) TOWN RECORDS. Illusts, maps, xviii + 366pp, dustwrapper, ex-Bristol University labels to front endpapers, stamp to verso of title and foot of last leaf, slightly rubbed to to foot of dustwrapper. Phillimore, Chichester: 1983. £12.00
    * 'Gives detailed advice about the materials available for the study of local history.'






  299. Westell (W. Percival) HISTORIC HERTFORDSHIRE. Folding map, plates, textual illusts, xiii + 198pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed at edges. Stephen Austin, Hertford: 1931. £15.00





  300. Wilson (Colin), and others WESTCOUNTRY MYSTERIES. Illusts, 104pp, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney House, Bodmin: 1985. £4.00





  301. Wilson (Vernon) Welch (F.B.A), and others GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTRY AROUND BRIDPORT AND YEOVIL. (Explanation of Sheets 327 and 312) Plates, text illusts, 239pp, recent cloth, ex-lib. with number to base of spine, stamp to title-page. London: H.M.S.O. 1958. £10.00





  302. Wreford (Hilary), Clinch (Rosemary) & Williams (Michael) SECRET WEST COUNTRY Illusts, 96pp, large oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, Bodmin: 1986. £5.00





  303. Wyley (Graham) STRANGE WEST COUNTRY HAUNTINGS. Illusts, 96pp, original decorative card covers, ownership name to title-page. G. & T. Books, Brixham: c.1990. £5.00




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