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  1. Angus (M), printer THE OECONOMIST, or, Englishman's Magazine, for 1798, Vol. 1. (being Nos I to XII). Bound with Number XIV For February, 1799. 13 issues, with a general title-page and vignette title-pages to each number, 330 + 60pp, sm 8vo, recent qtr calf, marbled boards. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by M. Angus, January to December 1798 and February 1799. £180.00
    * Only 24 numbers were issued for this work, the last being in December 1799. Contains articles of local interest and on agriculture,





  2. Anon THE DEADLY 73 DEGREES A Business Tragedy in Two Hemispheres. viii + (ii) + 52pp, sm 8vo, original pictorial limp cloth. Simpkin, Marshall.... London: 1897. £4.00
    * A criticism of Standard Oil Trust's monopoly and its reduction in Britain of the flash point from 100 to 73 degrees.





  3. Atkinson (George M) THE OGAM INSCRIBED MONUMENTS OF THE GAEDHILL in the British Islands; With a Dissertation on the Ogam Character, &c. With a photographic frontispiece portrait of the author, folding map, and 50 photo-litho plates, by the late Richard Bolt Brash, xvi + 425pp, original half roan, cloth boards, slightly rubbed to edges, small portion torn from foot of spine, couple of sections of text jumped. George Bell and Sons, London: 1879. £155.00





  4. Ballantyne (R.M) FIGHTING THE WALES; or Doings and Dangers on a Fighting Cruise. Vol. 1 of Ballantyne's Miscellany. With 4 illusts, 124 + 2 pages of publishers adverts, sm 8vo, original cloth damped, internally sound, contemporary inscription to verso of front endpaper. James Nisbet, London: 1870. £4.00





  5. Bamford (Samuel) PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF A RADICAL. 369pp, original pictorial card covers. few spots to prelims. First published in 1844, reprinted 1867, MacGibbon & Kee Ltd., London: 1967. £6.00
    * Bamford wrote about the plight of workers in Lancashire and was involved in the "Battle of Peterloo".





  6. Bewick (Thomas) THE FABLES OF AESOP, and others. Vignette title-page, and head and tail woodcuts, xxiv + 376pp, with a vignette printed receipt, without the recipient's name completed, and a print of Bewick's thumb and prints his and his son's signatures, full calf, raised bands, spine gilt tooled, leather label on spine, edges very slightly rubbed, small portion of cellotape adhering to rear board covering a small torn area of calf, a.e.g. With the armorial bookplate of George Stewart Nicholson, and a later presentation inscription to front endpaper. Printed by E. Walker, for T. Bewick and Son, Newcastle: 1818. £340.00





  7. Bingham (Joseph) ORIGINES ECCLESIASTICAE. THE ANTIQUITIES OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 2 volumes, liv + 676 and 677-1296pp, 4to, original buckram, leather labels, covers lightly rubbed, spines slightly faded, otherwise a very good copy. Reeves and Turner, London: 1878. £40.00





  8. Bothway (Joseph) MECHANICAL IMPROVEMENTS CONNECTED WITH THE ROYAL NAVY, Which have been submitted to the Several Public Boards and to the Society of Arts, manufactures, & Commerce, from the year 1814 to 1830; with observation for the guidance of future speculators in Mechanical Inventions.... 55pp, sm 8vo, early half morocco, cloth boards, slightly rubbed to corners. First edition, W. Colman, Devonport: 1830. £100.00





  9. Bowyer (Jack) VERNACULAR BUILDING CONSERVATION. Numerous illusts, 184pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper, pages slightly crinkled. The Architectural Press, London: 1980. £4.00





  10. Boyne (William) THE YORKSHIRE LIBRARY, A Bibliographical Account of Books on Topography, Tracts of the Seventeenth Century, Biography, Spaws, Geology, Botany, Maps, Views, Portraits, and Miscellaneous Literature Relating to the County of York. With Collations and Notes on the Books and Authors. With 2 plates, vi + (ii) + 304pp, dustwrapper. First published 1869, reprinted N.T. Leslie, Hull: 1974. £4.00





  11. Brake (Ted) MEN OF GOOD CHARACTER. A History of the Sheet Metal Workers, Coppersmiths, Heating and Domestic Engineers. Illusts, 446pp, original pictorial card covers. Lawrence and Wishart, London: 1985. £8.00





  12. Bright (N.L) SIX POEMS 8pp + colophon, untrimmed in the original grey wraps, with title on top wrap. LIMITED TO 250 NUMBERED COPIES. The High House Press, Westbury on Trym, Bristol: (1938) £4.00





  13. Brunel (Isambard), editor A SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF SARAH ACLAND. Frontis, viii + 107pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, cloth partly faded, small portion cut from front endpaper, ownership name to front pastedown, few spots to prelims. First edition, London: Seeley and Co., 1894. £8.00
    * Sarah was the wife of Sir Henry Acland, academic and physician. They lived in Oxford. After her death in 1878 a fund was started to build the Acland Hospital to commemorate her life. It was opened in Oxford in 1879.





  14. Butland (Gilbert J) LETTERS FROM GRENFELL. From a New South Wales Goldminer in the 1870's. Maps, illusts, plates, xv + 125pp, dustwrapper. Syney University Press, 1971. £6.00





  15. Campbell (John) JOHN ANGELL JAMES: A Review of the History, Character, Eloquence and Literary Labours. With Dissertations of The Pulpit and the Press, Academic Preaching, College Reform, Frontis, 236 + 16 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, ex-ref. lib. with label to front pastedown and stamp to title-page, tipped in at the front is a printed list members and books of the Kelvedon Book Society, (Essex) for 1860-2. London: John Snow, 1860. £15.00
    * James was born at Blandford Forum, Dorset. He went on to become a Congregational preacher in Birmingham.





  16. Cheap Repository Tract THE LANCASHIRE COLLIER GIRL. A True Story. 12pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1838. £4.00





  17. Cheap Repository Tract THE HAPPY WATERMEN. To which is added A Hymn of Praise for an Abundant Harvest. 12pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1838. £4.00





  18. Cheap Repository Tract THE GOOD MOTHER'S LEGACY. 16pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1837. £6.00





  19. Cheap Repository Tract BETTY BROWN; Or, the St. Giles's Orange Girl. With some account of Mrs Sponge, The Money-Lender. 14pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1833. £6.00





  20. Cheap Repository Tract TAWNEY RACHEL; or, the Fortune-Teller. With some account of Dreams, Omens, and Conjurers. 15pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1833. £6.00





  21. Cheap Repository Tract THE HISTORY OF HESTER WILMOT. In Two Parts. Being a Continuation of the Sunday School. 28pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1837. £4.00





  22. Cheap Repository Tract THE TWO SHOEMAKERS. In Six Parts. 78pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1836. £4.00
    * The shoemaker lived in a small town in Oxfordshire.





  23. Cheap Repository Tract THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. 15pp, 12mo, disbound. New Edition, J.G. & F. Rivington, London: 1838. £4.00





  24. Christie's South Kensington CHRISTIE'S SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS. For sale by auction, Thursday, April 13, 1988. Illusts, 46 + (10)pp, original pictorial card covers. Christie's South Kensington, London: 1988. £6.00





  25. Christie's THE CAMERARIUS FLORILEGIUM. To be offered as lot 151 in the Sale of Valuable Travel and Natural History Books. Wednesday, 20 May 1992. 27 coloured illusts, 30 + (10)pp, original decorative card covers, slight crease to lower corner of top cover. Christie's, London: 1992. £4.00





  26. Clarke (Henry J), printer BON-ACCORD The Illustrated News of the North. Volume 1. 26 issues, each comprising 16 to 24 pages, illusts, adverts, original cloth, partly faded, few spots to top cover. Henry J. Clarke, Printer, Aberdeen: March 20, 1886 to September 11, 1886. £120.00





  27. Clay (Rotha Mary) JULIUS CAESAR IBBETSON 1759-1817. 155pp, 4to, original cloth damp stained, some occasional foxing, plates slightly crinkled. First edition, London: Country Life, 1948. £15.00





  28. Collins (J.H) ON MINERAL CLASSIFICATION. 17pp, disbound. n.d. c.1880 £4.00





  29. Constable AN ACT for discontinuing certain presentments by Constables. Pages numbered 353-354, disbound, small folio, Act of Parliament. London: Printed by George E. Eyre, and Andrew Strahan, 1827. £4.00





  30. Corns (Albert R) and Sparke (Archibald) A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF UNFINISHED BOOKS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE With Annotations. xvi + 255pp, original cloth. Burt Franklin, New York: 1969. £4.00





  31. Cowlishaw (William) NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF SOUTH AMERICA (Southern Division) With 6 plates, 186pp, 12mo, original cloth, short split to cloth at head of spine. J.A. Geldart, Buenos Aires: 1931 £8.00





  32. Cruttwell (C) THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT REVEREND FATHER IN GOD THOMAS WILSON, D.D. Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. Volume 1 of 2 only. Frontis, plate, xcvi + 492pp, 4to, disbound, frontis loose with a few short marginal tears, one section of text just held by strings. C. and R. Cruttwell, Bath 1781. £9.00





  33. Darlington Show DARLINGTON SHOW (Amalgamating North Durham and North Yorks, Horse, Cattle, and Dog Society and Haughton-le-Skerne Agricultural and Horticultural Society). South Park Darlington, Saturday 15th August 1964. Folding plan, c.200 unnumbered pages, includes adverts, 12 page list of Subscribers, and Exhibitors, names and numbers in biro in a few margins, original paper boards, cloth spine, page edges browned. Printed by Wm. Dresser, Darlington: 1964. £18.00





  34. Davis (William T) GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF PLYMOUTH FAMILIES. 363pp, original cloth, few spots to rear board, name on front endpaper. First published 1899, reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore: 1975. £10.00





  35. De Foe (Daniel) THE HISTORY OF THE UNION between England and Scotland, with A Collection of Original Papers Relating Thereto. With an Introduction in which the consequence and probability of a like union between this country and Ireland are considered. To which is prefixed a Life of Daniel De Foe by George Chalmers. Frontis, xxiv + 781pp, 4to, early half calf, rubbed, boards, and frontis loose, inner margin of frontis has a few small portions missing and with tape to verso where once crudely held in place, ex-lib., with a couple of stamps to title, label to front pastedown, ink splash slightly affecting imprint on title-page, light water stain to last few leaves. London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1786. £25.00





  36. Desprez (Frank) READINGS & GOSSIP ABOUT RINGS. Numerous illusts in the text, 78 + (20pp, 12mo, original printed top wrap, lacks lower wrap and spine. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1877. £6.00
    * Not on Copac.





  37. Dobson (Austin) THOMAS BEWICK AND HIS PUPILS. Illusts, 232pp, original decorative cloth, lightly rubbed, ex-lib. with label to front pastedown and stamp to verso of title, number to base of spine, slightly shaken. New Edition. Chatto and Windus, London: 1899. £4.00





  38. Douse (T. Le Marchant) EXAMINATION OF AN OLD MANUSCRIPT PRESERVED IN THE LIBRARY AT ALNWICK preserved in the Library of the Duke of Alnwick and sometime called The Northumberland Manuscript. With a 2 page facsimile, 11 + 1 page adverts, 4to, original paper boards, cloth spine, boards rubbed, portions missing from corners, short tear to rear cover, stitching loose, front inner hinge broken, small ink blot to top margin of one page, First edition, Taylor and Francis, London: 1904. £22.00





  39. Dublin Trial COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Wednesday, 28th June, 1809. 25pp, lacks title-page and possibly wraps, last leaf neatly strengthened to verso. 1809. £10.00
    * Concerns a Trial in Dublin in which Francis Fox was Plaintiff, and Alderman Abraham Bradley King, a Police Magistrate, and Stationer to his Majesty, in Ireland, was Defendant.





  40. Duchess of Cleveland, Her Niece THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF LADY HESTER STANHOPE. With 2 plates, viii + 468pp, original cloth, cloth spotty, ex-ref. lib. with label to front endpaper, and stamp to title-page. London: John Murray, 1914. £10.00
    * She was born and spent her formative years at Chevening in Kent, but in her early 20's she was sent to live with her grandmother, Countess of Chatham, at Burton Pynsent, Somerset. She went on to become an intrepid traveller and at one time lived amongst the arabs in what is now the Lebanon.





  41. Exchequer Bills AN ACT for raising thew sum of Thirteen millions eight hundred thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven. Pages numbered 365-367, disbound, small folio, Act of Parliament. London: Printed by George E. Eyre, and Andrew Strahan, 1827. £4.00





  42. [Finch (Heneage), Earl of Nottingham] AN EXACT AND MOST IMPARTIAL ACCOMPT OF THE INDICTMENT, ARRAIGNMENT, TRIAL, AND JUDGEMENT (ACCORDING TO LAW) OF NINE AND TWENTY REGICIDES, The Murtherers Of His Late Sacred Majesty Of Most Glorious Memory: Began at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th of October, 1660. And Continued at the Sessions-House in the Old Bayley untill Friday the nineteenth of the same Moneth, Together with a Summary of the Dark, and Horrid Decrees of those Caballists, Preparatory to that Hellish Fact. Exposed to view for the Reader's Satisfaction, and Information of Posterity. (ii) + 287pp, sm. 4to, lacks half-title?, later half calf, marbled boards, lightly rubbed, recent calf spine, marbled endpapers and page edges, leather label on spine. With the bookplate of Sir Henry Hope Edwardes. Printed for Andrew Crook at the Green Dragon in St. Paul's Church-yard and Edward Powel at the White-Swan in Little-Britain, London: 1660. £250.00





  43. Fleming (John) and Honour (Hugh) THE PENGUIN DICTIONARY OF DECORATIVE ARTS. Numerous illusts, 896pp, very slightly rubbed dustwrapper. Allen Lane, Penguin Books, London: 1977. £20.00





  44. Foster (Birket) and Davidson (J) PICTURES OF RUSTIC LANDSCAPE. Illusts, 238pp, small 4to, original bevelled cloth, ex-lib. with stamp to verso of title, lacks front endpaper, covers lightly rubbed. First Edition. John C. Nimmo, London: 1896. £4.00





  45. Franklin (Capt. John), Commander of the Expedition JOURNEY TO THE SHORES OF THE POLAR SEA, In 1819-20-21-22. With a Brief Account of the Second Journey In 1825-26-27. Volume 3 of 4 only. With 6 plates, vii + 265pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, lightly rubbed, paper label, on spine, darkened and chipped to edges. First edition, London: John Murray, 1829. £25.00





  46. Franklin (Capt. John), Commander of the Expedition JOURNEY TO THE SHORES OF THE POLAR SEA, In 1819-20-21-22. With a Brief Account of the Second Journey In 1825-26-27. Volume 4 of 4 only. With 5 of 6 plates, 269 + (i)pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, lightly rubbed, paper label, on spine, darkened and chipped to edges. First edition, London: John Murray, 1829. £15.00





  47. Franklin (Capt. John), Commander of the Expedition JOURNEY TO THE SHORES OF THE POLAR SEA, In 1819-20-21-22. With a Brief Account of the Second Journey In 1825-26-27. Volume 2 of 4 only. With 6 plates, 268pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, slightly rubbed, cloth bubbled in places, front inner hinge cracked, slightly shaken, paper label, on spine, darkened and chipped to edges. First edition, London: John Murray, 1829. £12.00





  48. Frederick, Archbishop of Canterbury CHARGE DELIVERED AT THE FIRST VISITATION. 39pp, original printed wraps. London: MacMillan and Co., 1898. £5.00





  49. German Coal Mines ANKYLOSTOMIASIS. REPORTS ON THE OUTBREAK IN THE WESTPHALIAN COLLIERY DISTRICT IN GERMANY. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty. Large coloured folding plan, 23pp, folio, original printed wraps. London: Printed for H.M.S.O. 1903. £8.00





  50. Glass Excise Duty AN ACT to continue, until the Tenth Day of October One thousand eight hundred and thirty, an Act relating to Duties of Excise on Crown, Flint, and Phial Glass, and to alter certain Laws of Excise relating to Flint Glass. Pages numbered 361-362, disbound, small folio, Act of Parliament. London: Printed by George E. Eyre, and Andrew Strahan, 1827. £4.00





  51. Goldberg (Norman L) JOHN CROME THE ELDER. 2 volumes, 16 coloured plates, 321pp, and 243 black and white plates on 166 pages, 4to, dustwrappers. New York: New York University Press, 1978. £25.00





  52. Gover (E.T), publisher ANECDOTES AND MEMOIRS OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS ROYAL AND PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM, From Their Birth to Their Grand Marriage. 16pp, 12mo, disbound, 2 leaves loose. London: E.T. Gover, 1858. £5.00





  53. Green (Emanuel) HENRY FIELDING HIS WORKS. An Independent Criticism. 33 + 2pp adverts, original printed wraps, partly faded. London: Harrison and Sons, 1909. £4.00





  54. Greenhill (Basil) and Villiers (Alan) NONSUCH Hudson's Bay Company ship Replica. Illusts, map, 16pp, original pictorial paper covers. 1969. £4.00





  55. Groves (Sylvia) THE HISTORY OF NEEDLEWORK TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES. With 199 plates and 13 textual illusts, 136pp, large 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper. Second impression, Country Life Books, Feltham: 1968. £5.00





  56. Hadley (J.J), printer and publisher FIORALISA; or The Conjuror - No Conjuror. A Comic Story for Christmas. (translated from the Italian.) By A Lady. 14pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: J.J. Hadley, Journal Office, c.1868. £5.00





  57. Hadley (J.J), printer and publisher SIX MORE STORIES, from the Romantic Incidents of Real Life. 30pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: J.J. Hadley, Journal Office, 1868. £5.00





  58. Hadley (J.J), printer and publisher STRIVING TO LIVE: A Sketch in Ireland. 15pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: J.J. Hadley, Journal Office, c.1845. £5.00





  59. Hadley (J.J), printer and publisher THE SWORD OF THE SPIRIT. A True Tale. 11pp, 12mo, disbound. Fifth edition, Cheltenham: J.J. Hadley, Journal Office, c.1868. £5.00





  60. Hadley (J.J), printer and publisher THEODORA, or The Mistaken Choice. A True Story. 15pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: J.J. Hadley, Journal Office, c.1868. £4.00





  61. Hadley (Mary), printer and publisher NOTHING NEW! 16pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: Mary Hadley, Journal Office, c.1860. £4.00





  62. Hadley (Mary), printer and publisher "SOMETHING NEW." 16pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: Mary Hadley, Journal Office, c.1860. £4.00





  63. Hadley (Mary), printer and publisher THE BIRTHDAY; A Tale for New Year. 10pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: Mary Hadley, Journal Office, c.1860. £4.00





  64. Hadley (Mary), printer and publisher THE REALITIES OF TIME; (A Compendium.) and Opportunity; an Incident of the Past. 12pp, 12mo, disbound. Cheltenham: Mary Hadley, Journal Office, c.1868. £4.00





  65. Hamilton (Elizabeth) MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF AGRIPPINA, The Wife of Germanicus. In Three Volumes. 319 + 340 + 352pp, bound in one, volume 1 lacks the half-title, volume 2 lacks the title, no sign of either being bound in, early half calf, marbled boards, spine gilt tooled, outer hinges have short splits, inner hinges cracked, rubbed, leather label on spine partly chipped. First edition, London and Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell. 1804. £16.00





  66. Hardie (Martin) ENGLISH COLOURED BOOKS With 27 coloured and black and white plates, xxiv + 340, partly faded dustwrapper, scratch mark to rear of dustwrapper. Kingsmead Reprints, Bath: 1973. £8.00





  67. Hardwick (Michael) A LITERARY ATLAS AND GAZETTEER OF THE BRITISH ISLES. Maps, 216pp, dustwrapper David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1973. £5.00





  68. Hardy (W.J) BOOK-PLATES With 42 plates, 240pp, few spots to the original cloth, untrimmed. Second Edition, London: Kean Paul.... 1897. £6.00
    * Includes chapters on American, English and German book plates.





  69. Harold (Edward), Bishop of Ely THE WORLD AND THE MAN. A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of St. Paul's Gorefield, on Wednesday, January 25, 1871. 17pp, disbound, contemporary hand-written inscription slightly cropped at the top of the title-page. Ely: T.A. Hills, (1871) £4.00





  70. Harris (Rendel) HUNDREDS AND HIDES. The After-Glow Essays Number Eleven. 20pp, original paper boards. University of London Press, Ltd. 1935. £4.00





  71. Harris (Rendel) REJUVENESCENCE The After-Glow Essays Number Ten. Diagrammatic map, 2 illusts, 15pp, original paper boards. University of London Press, Ltd. 1935. £4.00





  72. Harris (Rendel) THE THE TIBER AND THE RHINE. The After-Glow Essays Number Nine. Diagrammatic map, 17pp, original paper boards. University of London Press, Ltd. 1935. £4.00
    * In this essay Harris tries to prove that place names along the Rhine and the Tiber are derived from Egyptian words.





  73. Harris (Rendel) WORDSWORTH'S LUCY. The After-Glow Essays Number Eight. Diagrammatic map, 3 illusts, 24pp, original paper boards. University of London Press, Ltd. 1935. £4.00





  74. Hassall (W.O) A SELECT BIOGRAPHY OF ITALY. A Thousand Books about Italy its Geography, Population, Cities and Regions its Language, Literature and History its Social, Economic and Political Life its Art and Music. 82pp, original printed wraps, spine slightly worn to head and foot of spine, top outer hinge partly split to head and foot. Aslib, London: 1946. £4.00





  75. Hayes (T.T) LORD BEACONSFIELD, A Paper Read by T.T. Hayes, Jnr., Before the Members of the Leigh Liberal Club. 20pp, stitched as issued, lacks wraps(?), signs where once folded, first and last outer leaves slightly dusty, stitching loosening. London: John Kempster, 1879. £4.00





  76. Hodgson (T. & J), printer and publisher THE NORTHERN YEAR-BOOK, For The Counties of Northumberland, Durham, and Cumberland, for the Year 1829. 288 + 134 + 2 page Addenda, sm 8vo, original cloth boards, rubbed to edges and loose, lacks spine few pages loose at front and rear, old tape stain to 2 inner margins at rear. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed and Published by T. & J. Hodgson, 1830. £50.00





  77. Home Office COAL MINES ACT, 1911. Regulations and Orders. Illusts some of which are folding, 175pp, tall 8vo, original printed paper boards, roan spine, covers slightly rubbed, head of spine chipped and outer hinges split for approx. 1" at head of spine. Ink notes on top board. H.M.S.O. London 1913. £6.00





  78. Horrocks (Sidney), editor REGISTERS PAROCHIAL: NON-PAROCHIAL Monumental Inscriptions Names Wills. A Contribution towards a Lancashire Bibliography, vol. 5. xi + 162pp, original cloth. Joint Committee on the Lancashire Bibliography, Manchester: 1973. £6.00





  79. Huish (Marcus B) and Allingham (Helen), illustrator HAPPY ENGLAND. With 1 black and white plate and 80 coloured plates all with tissue guards, xi + 204pp, original decorative cloth, spine slightly dull, inner hinges cracked. Reissued larger size, Adam & Charles Black, London: 1909. £10.00





  80. Irish Children AN ACT to continue until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, and from thence until the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, respecting deserted Children in Ireland. Pages numbered 349-350, disbound, small folio, Act of Parliament. London: Printed by George E. Eyre, and Andrew Strahan, 1827. £4.00





  81. [Johns (C.A)] SEA-WEEDS. With 12 coloured plates, 24pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, gutta-percha has perished and the pages are loose, early ownership name and address to front endpapers. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London: c.1860. £9.00





  82. King (Isaac) A SAILOR'S LETTER. 4pp, 12mo, disbound. F. Westley, London: c1821. £8.00
    * King wrote this letter shortly before he died with 800 men and officers on His Majesty's Ship, St. George off the coast of Denmark. He wrote the letter to the Rev. G.C. Smith, Penzance, Cornwall.





  83. Kipling (Rudyard) SOMETHING OF RUDYARD KIPLING AND HIS WORKS. With an Index to the volumes published by MacMillan & Co., Ltd. Illusts, 65pp, original wraps, slight spotting to cover and prelims. R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh: c.1936. £4.00





  84. Klamkin (Marian) PICTURE POSTCARDS Numerous illusts, 192pp, small nick to dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot and London: 1974. £5.00





  85. Landsberg (Sylvia) THE MEDIEVAL GARDEN. Coloured and black and white illusts, plans, 144pp, dustwrapper. British Museum Press, 1995. £4.00





  86. Le Rouzic (Zacharie) CARNAC Menhirs-Statues avec signes figuratifs et Amulettes ou idoles des Dolmens du Morbihan. Illusts, plans, 24pp tall 8vo, original, partly faded wraps, first and last plate foxed. A. Dugas, Nantes: 1913. £7.00





  87. Leatham (Diana) CELTIC SUNRISE; An Outline of Celtic Christianity. Illustrations by George Mackie, map endpapers, 192pp, original cloth, partly faded, rear cover has some rust? spots, few light marks to top board. First edition, London: Hodder and Stoughton. 1951. £5.00





  88. Leighton (Ann) EARLY ENGLISH GARDENS IN NEW ENGLAND 'For Meate or Medicine.' Illusts, xviii + 441pp, partly faded dustwrapper. First edition, Cassell, London: 1970. £6.00





  89. Leighton (John M) and Wilson (Professor) SWAN'S VIEWS OF THE LAKES OF SCOTLAND: A Series of Views from Paintings Taken Expressly for the Work. With 52 plates, from paintings by John Fleming and engraved by Joseph Swan, lii + 218 + 18 page list of subscribers, 4to, some foxing, 4tp, contemporary half morocco, raised bands, spine gilt tooled, marbled boards, and endpapers, usual occasional foxing mainly to margins of plate. With the engraved armorial bookplate of S.H. Haslam. Second edition, Joseph Swan, Engraver; Glasgow: 1836. £220.00





  90. Lindley (Kenneth) THE WOODBLOCK ENGRAVERS Illusts, 128pp dustwrapper. David and Charles, Newton Abbot: 1970. £4.00





  91. [Longueville (Thomas)] THE CURIOUS CASE OF LADY PURBECK A Scandal of the XVIIIth Century. ix + 148pp, original cloth, ex-ref.lib. with label to front endpaper and stamp to title-page, number to foot of spine. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1909. £4.00
    * Elizabeth Hatton (Lady Purbeck) was murdered in the courtyard of Hatton House, in 1616. She was last seen alive leaving a ball with the Spanish Ambassador with whom she had just danced.





  92. Mackenzie (Ian) BRITISH PRINTS Dictionary and Price Guide. Numerous coloured and black and white illusts, 359pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk: 1987. £20.00





  93. "Madge" of "Truth", (Mrs Humphry) THE "PERI-LUSTA" HAND-BOOK A Guide to Art and Fancy Needlework. Illusts, 93pp, 4to, original decorative paper card covers, cloth spine, covers partly faded. G. Faulkner & Sons, Manchester & London: c.1906. £18.00





  94. Madox (Thomas) FIRMA BURGI, OR AN HISTORICAL ESSAY CONCERNING THE CITIES TOWNS AND BURROUGHS OF ENGLAND. Taken from Records. With a few illusts, and decorative initials, (xx) + 297 + (27) page index, folio, full contemporary calf, slightly rubbed, boards held by strings, lacks lettering piece from spine. With the engraved armorial bookplates of John Peyte Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Robert Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke. Printed by William Bowyer; and Sold by Robert Gosling at the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet, 1726. £230.00





  95. Maguire (W.A), edited and introduction by LETTERS OF A GREAT IRISH LANDLORD. A selection from the estate correspondence of the third Marquess of Downshire, 1809-45. Illusts, facsimiles, 189pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers, small stamp to front endpaper. Belfast: H.M.S.O. 1974. £16.00





  96. Mann (J.C) THE NORTHERN FRONTIER AFTER A.D. 369. Pages numbered 34-42, complete, original card covers, name on top cover. Reprinted from Glasgow Archaeological Journal, (1974) £4.00





  97. Marmontel (M) LES INCAS, OU LA DESTRUCTION DE L'EMPIRE DU PEROU. Volume 2 of 2 only. Lacks plates, 257 + 3pp, 12mo, full early calf, raised bands leather label, covers slightly rubbed to edges, top outer hinge cracked though sound. Chez Lacombe, Librairie, rue de Tournon, pres le Luxembourg. 1777. £4.00





  98. Marshall (T.H) JAMES WATT. (1736 - 1819) Frontis, 192pp, original cloth, occasional foxing. Leonard Parsons, London: 1925. £4.00





  99. Martin (John) BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CATALOGUE OF PRIVATELY PRINTED BOOKS xxv + 592pp, original cloth. Second Edition, originally published 1854, reprinted Burt Franklin, New York: 1970. £4.00





  100. Massel (Anton) and Barty-King (Hugh) CLASSIC WINE MAKING. Illusts, 202pp, original pictorial card covers. Heidelberg Publishers Ltd., London: 1983. £4.00





  101. Meek (Henry M), publisher WALTHAM DIRECTORY Containing General Directories of the Residents, Business Directories, Town Officers, etc., of Weston, Wayland, Cochituate, and Lincoln, Mass. With a Street Map of Weston, Middlesex County. 1911-1912. Folding map, adverts, 149pp, original qtr cloth, printed paper boards, inner hinges partly cracked though sound. Henry M. Meek, Publishing Co. 1911. £10.00





  102. Merivale (John Herman) A LETTER TO WILLIAM COURTENAY, ESQ., ON THE SUBJECT OF THE CHANCERY COMMISSION. 187pp, disbound. First edition, John Murray, London: 1827. £20.00





  103. Miller (George), printer and publisher THE CHEAP MAGAZINE, A Work of Humble Import yet Claiming the Attention of All Ranks. As having for its Object the Prevention of Crimes, And being calculated to ensure the Peace, Comfort, and Security of Society; By alluring the Young and Thoughtless..., lacks half of one leaf due to nibbling!! 12 monthly issues, and a supplement, with a general title-page and vignettes to first leaf of each number, viii + 616pp, 12mo, early qtr calf, marbled boards, rubbed, lacks lettering piece from spine, lacks front endpaper. Printed and Published by George Miller and Son, Haddington: January 1813 to December 1813. £65.00
    * The 'Cheap Magazine' continued in 1814, but from 1815 it was titled "The Monthly Magazine and Philanthropic Museum." Articles include "More Deplorable Effects by Heathenish Superstition"; "Fatal Effects of Drunkenness."; "On the Duties of Schoolboys.", etc.





  104. Mills (James) A LETTER TO SIR CHARLES ABBOTT, Knt. The Chief-Justice of the Court of King's Bench, upon a Late Decision of that Court, and also upon Two Subsequent Decisions of the Common Serjeant of the City of London. 40pp, disbound, stitching broken in 2 halves, title slightly spotty. T. Dolby, London: 1819. £8.00
    * Mills complains that he is forbidden by law to conduct a prosecution without the aid of counsel.





  105. Nelson (William) MANWOOD'S TREATISE OF THE FOREST LAWS: Shewing Not only the Laws now in Force, but the Original of Forests, what they are, and how they differ from Chases, Parks, and Warrens; with all such Things as are incident to either: Together with The proper Terms of Art, collected out of the Common and Statute Laws of the Realm; as also the Assizes and Iters of Pickering and Lancaster, and several other ancient and learned Authors. Treating also of the Office of Agistors, Beadles, Foresters, Keepers, Rangers, Verderors and Wood wards, and of the Courts of Attachment, &c. With all the Variety of Cases relating to Forests, Chases, Parks, and Warrens; and all the Laws concerning the Game made, adjudged or repealed since the Year 1665. The whole digested under proper Titles in an Alphabetical Order, The Fourth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. (i) + (iii) + 435 + (23) pages of Table, full early calf, raised bands, leather label on spine, top outer hinge cracked, though sound. With the armorial bookplate of Thomas Penrice. Fourth Edition, Printed by E. Nutt.... In the Savoy, London: 1717. £450.00





  106. Nevill (Ralph) THE REMINISCENCES OF LADY DOROTHY NEVILL. Frontis, xiv + 336 + 16 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, ex-ref. lib. with label to front pastedown and stamp to title-page. London: Edward Arnold, 1926. £6.00





  107. Newton (Isaac) THE CHRONOLOGY OF ANCIENT KINGDOMS AMENDED. To which is Prefix'd A Short Chronicle from the First Memory of Things in Europe, to the Conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great. With 3 copper plate engravings, xiv + (ii) + 376pp, 4to, full calf, later spine and endpapers, raised bands, leather label, top inner corner of title-page, and first 30 leaves progressively less damp stained, small portions missing from the title-page, slightly affecting ruled border, which has been reinforced to verso for the top third, name scrawled through in early ink at the top of title-page, portion of inner margin replaced to introduction and the damp causing some rubbing to the surface of engraving at the top of this leaf, small amount of worming to fore-edge margins of approx. 25 leaves, with small semi-circular portions missing from a few leaves. Printed by F. Tonson, J. Osborn and T. Longman, London: 1728. £550.00





  108. Oldham (Wilfrid) BRITAIN'S CONVICTS TO THE COLONIES. Illusts, xiii + 270pp, dustwrapper, small stamp to front endpaper. Library of Australian History, Sydney: 1990. £9.00





  109. Oppe (A.P) THE WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS OF JOHN SELL COTMAN. Frontis and 24 plates, xvipp, 4to, original printed wraps. London: The Studio Ltd. 1923. £14.00





  110. P. (T.H) THE ROYAL FOREST OF BERNWOOD, its History and Legends. A Lecture Delivered at Winslow to the Members of the C.E.M.S., December 10th, 1908. By the Rector of Hoggeston. 21pp, top printed wrap loose and slightly spotty and marked, lacks lower wrap. Printed and Published by Edwin J. French, Winslow: 1909. £8.00





  111. Parson Woodforde Society INDEX TO THE JOURNAL OF THE PARSON WOODFORDE SOCIETY. (Vols 1 -5:- 1968-1972) Supplement No 3. 26pp, original paper covers, edge of top cover spotty and faded. Parson Woodforde Society, 1972. £6.00





  112. Parson Woodforde Society PARSON WOODFORDE SOCIETY QUARTERLY JOURNAL. Volume 6, No 1. Spring 1973. IIllusts, 69pp, original card covers, pages have small area trimmed to head and foot of inner margins. Parson Woodforde Society, Spring, 1973. £6.00
    * Includes:- Samuel Woodforde R.A., etc.





  113. Parsons (Rev. Robert) THE CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY. Guiding Men to their Eternal Salvation, in two parts.... Carefully revised, corrected, and explained With Life of the Author. 608pp, 12mo, original cloth, slightly chipped at head and foot of spine, cloth slightly dull. Dublin: James Duffy, 1842. £20.00





  114. Payne (John R) W.H. HUDSON. A Bibliography. Frontis, xv + 248pp, original cloth. Dawson, Archon Books, 1977. £5.00





  115. [Pearse (Mary)] HENRIETTA RACHEL WILSON A Sketch by Her Mother. Frontis, one original mounted photo, 50pp, sm 8vo, few small marks to the original cloth. First edition, Printed For Private Circulation, (1904) £10.00
    * Henrietta was the daughter of Henry Pearse railway owner and M.P. for Durham South. The photograph in this work is of him.





  116. Phoenix Park Murders PIGOTTISM and The Times. Monday April 18, 1887. THE PHOENIX PARK MURDERS; Facsimile of a letter from Mr Parnell, excusing his Public Condemnation of the Crime. 16pp, few spots, lacks wraps? London: Thomas Hunt, 1889. £9.00
    * Lord Henry Cavendish the Chief Secretary for Ireland and Thomas Henry Burke the Permanent Undersecretary were stabbed to death by Irish nationalists known as the Invincibles in Dublin on 6 May 1882. Letters purporting to be written by Parnell, which supported the murders were forged and were found to be written by Richard Piggott a journalist.





  117. Pitt-Rivers (Augustus) ANTIQUE WORKS OF ART FROM BENIN. With a New Introduction by Bernard Fagg, Curator, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford. With 50 plates, 101pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Dover Publications, New York: 1976. £10.00





  118. Pothier (Rev. Pere Dom Joseph) LES MELODIES GREGORIENNES d'apres la tradition. 268 + Errata, few spots to early binders cloth, corners slightly rubbed. Tournay, Desclee Lefebvre et Cie. 1880. £12.00





  119. Prideaux (Frederick) A LECTURE ON FANATICISM. What it is, and how to Avoid it. 39pp, original printed wraps, spine chipped, ex-lib. with labels to verso of wraps, stamp to verso of title-page. London: S.W. Partridge, 1888. £6.00





  120. Pulman (G.P.R) THE VADE-MECUM OF FLY-FISHING FOR TROUT: Being a Complete Practical Treatise on that Branch of the Art of Angling; with Plain and Copious Instructions for the Manufacture of Artificial Flies. Illusts in the text, xii + 186 + advert leaf, 12mo, original cloth, spine slightly faded, short split to top outer hinge. Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, London: 1851. £120.00





  121. Rates for Goods AN ACT to repeal such Parts of Two Acts of King William and Queen Mary and of King George the Second, as relate to the settling the Rates of Carriage of Goods. Pages numbered 357-358, disbound, small folio, Act of Parliament. London: Printed by George E. Eyre, and Andrew Strahan, 1827. £4.00





  122. Redgrave (Samuel) A DICTIONARY OF ARTISTS OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL. Painters, Sculptors, Architects, Engravers, and Ornamentists. With Notices of their Lives and Works. xvii + 498pp, few short nicks to head of spine of dustwrapper. Second Edition, first published 1878, Kingsmead Reprints, Bath: 1970. £6.00





  123. Rigg (Arthur) A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE STEAM ENGINE. With 96 plates, 350pp, 4to, original cloth, corners slightly rubbed otherwise a nice copy. Second Edition, Revised & Enlarged, E. & F. Spon, London: 1894. £40.00





  124. Roberts (Anthony) THE FAIRIES REVENGE, or Reinvoked Memories of the Future. (A Fable on the Nature of Geomantic and Ecological Justice) Apocolyptic Archives No 1. Illusts, 18pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted, Zodiac House Publications, Glastonbury: 1991. £4.00





  125. Robertson (James Alexander) BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILLIPPINE ISLANDS Printed and Manuscript. Preceded by a Descriptive Account of the most important Archives and Collections containing Phillipina. 437pp, original cloth. Originally published 1908. Kraus Reprint, New York: 1970 £5.00





  126. Roper (Freeman C.S) CATALOGUE OF WORKS ON THE MICROSCOPE, and of those referring to Microscopal Subjects in the Library of Freeman C.S. Roper. 102pp, original cloth. Originally published 1865, reprinted Nicholas T. Smith, New York: c.197- £4.00





  127. Rymer (Thomas) [Clarke (Adam), Holbrooke (Frederick), and Clarke (I.W), Sub-Commissioners] GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE FOEDERA. Official Copy For the Use of His Majesty's Commissioners on The Public Records of the Kingdom. 72pp, 4to, early half calf, paper boards, worn, very rubbed, top board and front endpaper and title-page loose. New edition. Not Published. Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London: 1817. £18.00





  128. Scherer (General) PRECIS DES OPERATIONS MILITAIRES DE L'ARMEE D'ITALIE Depuis le 21 ventose jusqu'au 7 floreal de Pan 7. 66pp, untrimmed in later plain paper wraps, with manuscript title in English on top wrap. A Paris Cher Dentu, An VII. (1799) £22.00
    * Sherer was appointed the commander-in-chief of the Army of Italy in 1795, but was relieved of his post by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1796.





  129. [Schmid (C)] PETITS CONTES POUR LES ENFANS. par l'auteur des Oeufs de paques. Ouvrage autorise par l'Universite. With printed title-page and engraved title-page with a hand coloured vignette title and 2 hand-coloured plates, 136 + (4) pages of publishers averts, sm 8vo, original printed paper boards, rubbed, lacks spine, portions of paper torn from boards, contemporary ownership inscription to verso of top board, and names to verso of both titles, and ink note to printed title-page. Paris: Chez Levrault, Strasbourg: 1835. £8.00





  130. Scientific Instrument Society BULLETIN OF THE SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT SOCIETY. No. 40. March 1994. Illusts, 48pp, small folio, original card covers, small snag to foot of top cover. The Scientific Instrument Society. 1988-1999. £4.00
    * Includes 19th century French instrument makers; John Handsford of Birmingham and Bristol; Tompion Regulator Clock at Old Greenwich Observatory, etc.





  131. Seebohm (Benjamin, editor MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM FORSTER. 2 volumes, vii + 394 and 400pp, original cloth, spines faded, ex-ref. lib, with labels to front pastedowns, and stamp to title-pages. London: Alfred W. Bennett, 1865. £16.00
    * Forster was a Quaker preacher. He campaigned against slavery which was still rife around the world, although abolished in 1807 in the British Empire. He was married in 1816 and then moved to Dorset.





  132. Shove (Fredegond) POEMS. 51pp, short tear to dustwrapper, some light spotting to prelims. Cambridge at the University Press, 1956. £4.00





  133. Simplified Building Society RULES OF THE SIMPLIFIED PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Established November 28, 1851. On new and most advanced principle; under the management of gentlemen of great experience, directors of existing societies.... Subscriptions payable at the Subscription Room, "George Tavern," Commercial Road, Stepney, on the Fourth Friday evening in every month.... 32 + (3)pp, 12mo, stitched as issued in the original printed wraps. London: Printed by D. Francis 24, Mile End Road, 1855. £12.00





  134. Smith (Patsy Adam), Drawings by Arthur Phillipps LAUNCESTON SKETCHBOOK. Illusts, 58pp, dustwrapper. Rigby Publishers, Adelaide: 1973. £4.00





  135. Spanish Armada PROTESTANT COMMEMORATION IN 1888 OF THE DEFEAT OF THE SPANISH ARMADA IN 1588, Accession of the Protestant Dynasty in 1688. Report of Sermons and Public Meetings Held under the Auspices of the Hastings and St. Leonards Auxilliary Protestant Reformation Society. 20pp, with the top wrap, lacks spine and rear wrap. Reprinted from the "Hastings and St. Leonard's News." 1888. £8.00





  136. Spilhause (Athelstan and Kathleen) MECHANICAL TOYS. How Old Toys Work. Coloured illusts, viii + 150pp, dustwrapper. First edition, New York: 1989. £9.00





  137. Spon (E. & F.N) WORKSHOP RECEIPTS For the Use of Artizans, Manufacturers, Mechanics, &c. Volume 5 only. Text illusts, 440pp, original decorative cloth, front inner hinge cracked though sound, occasional light foxing. A.W. Cowan, London: 1898. £18.00
    * Includes sections on magic lanterns, explosives, barometers, velocipedes, lacquers, tobacco pipes, boat building, etc.





  138. Spry (Joseph Hume) JUDITH AND HOLOFERNESS; An Oratorio. 12pp, original printed paper wraps, spine partly split. E. Lansdown, Bath: 1862. £4.00





  139. Stark (James H) DORCHESTER DAY. Celebration of the Two Hundred and Seventy-Seventh Anniversary of the Settlement of Dorchester, June 8th, 1907. Plates, 117pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed, spine partly faded. Boston: Municipal Printing Office, 1907. £6.00





  140. Stockelbach (Lavonia) THE BIRDS OF SHAKESPEARE. With 30 tipped in colour plates, xiv + 94pp, dustwrapper, few spots to title and prelims. Batsford; London: (1954) £6.00
    * The illustrations 'have been painted on the wood of the American holly tree with water colours....'





  141. Sturt (Charles), edited by Richard C. Davis THE CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION 1844-1846. The Journals of Charles Sturt. With 5 illusts, map, lxxi + 366pp, dustwrapper, small stamp to front endpaper. The Hakluyt Society, London: 2002. £14.00





  142. Swanson (Bro. Peter), and others THE HISTORY OF CRAFT MASONRY IN BRAZIL. With 5 plates, 31 + (16)pp, original cloth. Fereira Pinto, Rio De Janeiro: 1929. £10.00





  143. Sweet (Henry) THE STUDENT'S DICTIONARY OF ANGLO SAXON. 217pp, original cloth, slightly rubbed, ex-lib. with label to front pastedown and stamp to verso of title, number to base of spine. Oxford at the Clarendon press, 1897. £8.00





  144. Sylva-Tarouca (Count Ernst) EXTRACT "KEIN HEGER KEIN JAEGER" A Handbook of Game Preserving 42 leaves printed on rectos only, 4to, original cloth, pasted to a few leaves at the rear are cuttings from a magazine article on deer. With the armorial bookplate of Sir James Beethom Whitehead. Tipped into the front is a letter to Beethom Whitehead, from Bertie Whitehead, thanking him for translating it from the German. Pasted to the front pastedown is a cutting of an article on 'Deer Forest Management' concerning the book and Bertie Whitehead. Printed for Private Circulation, Paul Pary, Berlin: c.1914. £16.00





  145. Synge (Lanto) ANTIQUE NEEDLEWORK. Numerous coloured and black and white illusts, 202pp, dustwrapper. Blandford Press, Poole: 1982. £10.00





  146. Tate (Peter) A CENTURY OF BIRD BOOKS. Illusts, 256pp, dustwrapper. H.F. & G. Witherby, 1979. £7.00





  147. Thompson (G.R) and Hummel (E.L) THE MAKING OF MINE PLANS. Folding table, 14pp, original printed wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Institute of Mining Engineers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: 1910. £4.00





  148. Thorp (Rev. Thomas), Senior Dean A SERMON DELIVERED IN THE CHAPEL OF TRINITY COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE, On Easter Day, 1834. 16pp, disbound. Pitt Press, Cambridge: 1834. £6.00





  149. Tiddeman (R.H) ABSTRACT OF THE THIRD REPORT OF THE SETTLE CAVES (Victoria Cave) Committee, read at Bristol, in August, 1875. 4pp, lacks wraps. 1875. £4.00





  150. Tilley (Joseph) A NEW ARITHMETICAL TABLE-BOOK, AND COUNTING HOUSE GUIDE; To which is added an easy revised and facile series of mental exercises.... Frontis, 86pp, sm 8vo, original cloth boards, crude paper spine, ex-Bickford Smith of Tuckingmill library with label and a couple of stamps, some spotting to prelims, waterstain mainly affecting top margins of a few prelims. Longman, Rees.... London: James Drake, Birmingham: Preface dated 1836. £9.00





  151. Tootell (George) HOW TO PLAY THE CINEMA ORGAN A Practical Guide By a Practical Player. Plate, 114pp, original qtr cloth, printed paper boards, slightly rubbed to edges, front inner hinge pulled, stitching loosening to one section. London: W. Paxton £18.00





  152. Tristram (H.B) SCENES IN THE EAST, Consisting of twelve coloured photographic views of places mentioned in the Bible, with descriptive letter-press. With 12 coloured plates, 49pp, 4to, original cloth, covers worn, and partly waterstained, gutta percha binding with 2 plates loose, one slightly frayed to one margin, plates lightly spotted, one plate has waterstain to margin. London, Printed for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1880. £22.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Bethlehem, Nazareth, Gaza, and Joppa.





  153. Turner (D.H) ROMANESQUE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. 16 plates, 31pp, original pictorial card covers, few small marks to top cover. Trustees of the British Museum, 1971. £4.00





  154. Van Loo (Gerald) A VICTORIAN PARSON The Life and Times of Thomas Prankered Phelps, Rector of Ridley, Kent, 1840-1893. Double-page pedigree of the Phelps family, 268pp, dustwrapper, small stamp to front endpaper. Privately Published, (1989) £9.00





  155. Voysey (Cynthia) BOBBIN LACE IN PHOTOGRAPHS. With numerous plates on 126pp 4to, dustwrapper. B.T. Batsford, London: 1987. £10.00





  156. Walton (Paul H) THE DRAWINGS OF JOHN RUSKIN. Illusts, x + 134pp, 4to, original cloth. Reprinted Hacker, New York: 1985. £9.00





  157. Ward (Roland) THE PRICE GUIDE TO THE MODELS OF W.H. GOSS. With 486 illustrations, 190pp, 4to, dustwrapper slightly rubbed to edges. Clopton, Suffolk: Antiques Collectors Club, 1975. £12.00





  158. Warner (Rev. R. Hyett) PETER DE AQUABLANCA, BISHOP OF HEREFORD 1240-1268. 10pp, sm 8vo, original printed wraps, ink note on top wrap. Reprinted from the Diocesan Messenger, 1906. £4.00





  159. Watt (Robert) BIBLIOTHECA BRITANNICA or A General Index to British Foreign Literature. In Two Parts: - Authors and Subjects. Complete set 2 volumes bound in 4, over 2000 pages, 4to, original cloth. Originally published in 1824. Reprinted Burt Franklin, New York: c.1970. £50.00
    * Gives a potted biography of the authors. A heavy set which will incur higher postal charges.





  160. Weekley (Montague) THOMAS BEWICK. With 30 illusts, 224pp, rubbed dustwrapper, cellotape repair to head of dustwrapper. Oxford University Press, 1953. £4.00





  161. Wesley (John) THE SELECTED PAMPHLETS. With 5 coloured illusts, 171pp, original cloth. The John Marcon Press Hand made in England 2000. £12.00
    * Contains reprints of eleven pamphlets, including 'Thoughts upon Slavery', 'A Short Account of the School in Kingswood', 'The Late Work of God in North America'.





  162. White (Gilbert), edited by Walter Johnson GILBERT WHITE'S JOURNALS. Plates, xlviii + 463pp, small nick to head of dustwrapper. First published 1931, reprinted David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1970. £8.00





  163. Wiffen (J.H) HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF THE FIRST RACE OF ANCESTRY, WHENCE THE HOUSE OF RUSSELL HAD ITS ORIGIN: From the Subjugation of Norway to the Norman Conquest. Folding pedigree, armorial illusts, original cloth, ex-lib. with number to base of spine, label to front pastedown, and a couple of small stamps. London: Longman, Rees, Orme.... 1833. £14.00





  164. Wiffen (J.H) HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF THE FIRST RACE OF ANCESTRY, WHENCE THE HOUSE OF RUSSELL HAD ITS ORIGIN: From the Subjugation of Norway to the Norman Conquest. Two volumes, folding pedigree, 5 of 7 plates, the 2 missing plates do not appear to have been bound in, illusts of Arms, xix + 563pp, and 1 plate, illusts of arms, iv + 604pp, original cloth, dent, with slight damage to cloth on rear board of one volume. Limited to 250 Copies. London: Longman, Rees, Orme.... 1833. £18.00





  165. Williams (Iolo A) EARLY ENGLISH WATERCOLOURS and some Cognate Drawings by Artists born not later than 1785. With an introduction With 200 plates showing 412 illusts, xii + 266pp, 4to, few small marks to the original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. First published 1952. Kingsmead Reprints, Bath: 1970. £10.00





  166. Williams (Trevor I), editor A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF SCIENTISTS xi + 591pp, dustwrapper. Adam and Charles Black, London: 1969. £9.00





  167. Wilson (E) BRITISH LIASSIC GASTEROPODA Plate, 14pp, few spots to the original wraps, signs where once bound with other pamphlets. Reprinted from the Geologica Magazine, London: 1887. £4.00





  168. Wilson (John MacKay) WILSON'S HISTORICAL, TRADITIONARY AND IMAGINATIVE TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLAND. With an Illustrative Glossary by Captain Thomas Brown. Six volumes, bound in 3, frontis, 416 + 416 and 400 + 412pp, and 412 + 412 + 45 pages glossary, 4to, early half roan, amateur tape to 2 spines, one untitled, first volume lacks front endpaper, 2 volumes loose in case, few short tears to outer margins of a couple of leaves. There are 312 tales in all. Manchester: James Ainsworth, c.1850. £50.00





  169. Wood (Christopher) DICTIONARY OF VICTORIAN PAINTERS. With Guide to Auction Prices 300 Illustrations and Index to Artists Monograms. Numerous black and white illusts, xv + 435pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk: 1971. £18.00





  170. Zeising (Adolf) NEUES DEUTSCHES LESEBUCH fur Schule und Haus, insbesondere fur Gymnasiun und hohere Burgerschulen. xvi + 340pp, early half calf cloth sides, lightly rubbed. Magdeburg: 1856 £16.00

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