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    Bristol





  1. Arrowsmith Ltd, printer OFFICIAL GUIDE TO THE CITY OF BRISTOL. Illusts, adverts, lacks map ?, xxviii + (2) + 108 + (6)pp, original printed wraps, roy 8vo, small portion missing from foot of spine, short tear to top wrap, slight staining to wraps from staples, top outer hinge split for 2", with small portion missing from foot of spine. Published with the authority of the Lord Mayor and Corporation of the City and County of Bristol by J.W. Arrowsmith Ltd. Bristol: 1925. £5.00





  2. Arrowsmith, printers ARROWSMITH 1854 - 1954. Illusts, 36pp, original cloth, partly faded, covers partly soiled, few marks to boards. J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1955. £10.00





  3. Bettey (Joseph) THE FIRST HISTORIANS OF BRISTOL: WILLIAM BARRETT AND SAMUEL SEYER. With 4 plates, double-page map, 24pp, original printed card covers, top cover partly faded. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, The University, Bristol: 2003. £4.00





  4. Cave (Charles Henry) HISTORY OF BANKING IN BRISTOL From 1750 to 1899. With frontis and 84 plates, pedigrees, xvii + 292pp, includes the list of subscribers, 4to, untrimmed in the original cloth, slightly rubbed and dull, few small marks to covers, rear inner broken, short tears to head and foot of spine. Limited edition of 300 numbered copies. With the name of one of the original subscribers to the second blank, and a later ownership name to front pastedown. Privately Printed Bristol: W. Crofton Hemmons, 1899. £105.00 --- See sample text
    * Includes chapters on the following banks:- Savery, Towgood & Co; The Castle Bank; Bristol Joint Stock Company; Miles; Harford; Ames, Cave & Co; Stuckey; Wilts and Dorset; Bristol and West of England; Bristol Tolzey, etc. etc.





  5. Crompton (Mary), edited by James Crompton A JOURNAL OF A HONEYMOON VOYAGE in S.S. Great Britain. Illusts, maps, 25pp, original pictorial; card covers. Peter Ward and the S.S. Great Britain Project, Bristol: 1994. £4.00





  6. Crossley Evans (M.J), editor 'A GRAND CITY; - LIFE, MOVEMENT AND WORK'. Bristol in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Essays in Honour of Gerard Leighton. Illusts, xxv + 428pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol: 2010 £6.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Thomas Goldney; Humphrey Repton's Royal Fort; Kilvert and Bristol; Jane Austen and Bristol, etc.





  7. Ison (Walter) THE GEORGIAN BUILDINGS OF BRISTOL. Plates, and line drawings, 248pp, original cloth, with faded dustwrapper, which has a few short tears to edges, repaired to verso, also small portions chipped from edges, name to front endpaper. First edition. Faber and Faber, London: 1952. £9.00





  8. Jones (David) A HISTORY OF CLIFTON Illusts, maps, xii + 196pp, original pictorial card covers. Phillimore, Chichester: 2008. £7.00





  9. Lamoine (Professor Georges), editor BRISTOL GAOL DELIVERY FIATS 1741-1799. xv + (iii) + 158pp, original cloth. Volume 40. Bristol Record Society. 1989. £5.00





  10. Latimer (John) ANNALS OF BRISTOL In the Sixteenth Century. xii + 131pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded, and rubbed to head and foot. First edition, Bristol: William George's Sons. 1908. £10.00





  11. Loxton (Samuel) LOXTON'S BRISTOL The city's Edwardian years in black and white. Illusts, 95pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press, Bristol: 1992. £5.00





  12. Major (S.D) NEW ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK TO BRISTOL, CLIFTON, and Neighbourhood. Illusts, 216pp, disbound, lacks frontis. W. Mack, Steam Press, Bristol: 1872. £10.00





  13. Marshall (Peter) BRISTOL AND THE AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. Illusts, 27pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1977. £5.00





  14. Mathews (M) and Son MATHEWS'S ANNUAL BRISTOL DIRECTORY and Almanack; 1842. Forty Seventh Edition. 360 + 27 (adverts) + 22pp, 12mo, original cloth, recent spine and endpapers, paper label on top board very rubbed and chipped, top board has a horizontal crease which looks as if it was once tied with string. Bristol: M. Mathews and Son, 1842. £60.00





  15. Overton (Harold), editor WAR-TIME WALKS Thirty-Five Rambles near Bristol. For the Ramblers' Association. Maps, sketches, 48pp, original pictorial card covers slightly creased. First edition, J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1942. £12.00





  16. Penny (John) ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. A Short History of Bristol's Newspapers since 1702. Illusts, 36pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 2001. £5.00





  17. Ross (C.D), editor CARTULARY OF ST. MARK'S HOSPITAL BRISTOL Frontis, xliv + 326pp, original cloth-backed boards, 2" tear to front endpaper. Volume 21. Bristol Record Society. 1959. £15.00





  18. Seyer (Rev. Samuel) CHARTERS AND LETTERS PATENT, Granted by the Kings and Queens of England to the Town and City of Bristol, newly translated and accompanied by the Original Latin. xviii + 317pp, 4to, untrimmed in contemporary paper boards, boards rubbed and loose, lacks spine, first 8 leaves and front endpaper loose, these leaves have cellotape across some of their margins, occasional spotting. Bristol: Printed for John Mathew Gutch, 1812. £8.00





  19. Stephenson (David), Jones (Andy), and others OLD MARKET, NEWTOWN, LAWRENCE HILL AND MOORFIELDS. (Images of England Series.) Illusts, map, 128pp, original pictorial card covers. Tempus Publishing, Stroud: 2002. £6.00





  20. Wakefield (Ken) "SOMEWHERE IN THE WEST COUNTRY" The History of Bristol (Whitchurch Airport), 1930-1957. Illusts, 174pp, dustwrapper. Crecy, Manchester, Wilmslow: 1997. £12.00





  21. Winstone (Reece) BRISTOL'S EARLIEST PHOTOGRAPHS. Preface by Sir Hugh Casson. Illusts, 80pp, roy 8vo, original pictorial laminated boards. First Edition, Reece Winstone, Bristol: 1970. £15.00





  22. Wood (J.M), edited by WHITCHURCH Village Memories. With 9 illusts, 42pp, printed on rectos only, original printed card covers, lacks cloth spine. Whitchurch Local History Society, 1980. £10.00
    * 'The period covered is that from the early part of the (20th) century, through the first World War, the 20's and 30's and then, once again to the way in which war-time conditions affected the village.'


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    Cornwall





  23. Baron (Frank) CORNISH YARNS. A Companion Book to Ma'tha Madder. 88pp, original pictorial card covers. Penzance: John W. Saudry, (1953) £4.00
    * Dialect stories.





  24. Barton (D.B) A HISTORY OF TIN MINING AND SMELTING IN CORNWALL. Plates, textual illusts, maps, 302pp, short tears to top outer hinges of dustwrapper, page edges and rear of wrapper brown stained, internally clean. First edition, Truro: D. Bradford Barton Ltd., 1967. £10.00





  25. Barton (D.B) CORNWALL'S ENGINE HOUSES Illusts, 32pp, original pictorial card covers. Tor Mark Press, Penryn: 1989. £4.00





  26. Brett (R.L) editor BARCLAY FOX'S JOURNAL. With 7 plates, a map, 426pp, dustwrapper. Bell & Hyman, London: 1979. £6.00





  27. Buckley (J.A) A HISTORY OF SOUTH CROFTY MINE. Illusts, diagrams, maps, 224pp, original cloth, private stamp to front and end pastedowns. First edition, Dylansow Truran, Redruth: c.1982. £8.00





  28. Buckley (J.A) TUDOR TIN BOUNDS Maps, illusts, 80pp, original pictorial card covers, top corner of cover slightly creased. Dyllansow Truran, Redruth: 1987 £8.00





  29. Canner (A.C) THE PARISH OF TINTAGEL Some Historical Notes. Illustrations by George T. Cole, 119pp, original card covers. Printed by Friary-Clark, Enfield: 1982. £6.00





  30. Cope (Phil) HOLY WELLS: CORNWALL. A photographic journey. Numerous coloured illusts, 254pp, oblong 4to, dustwrapper. Seren, Bridgend: 2010. £15.00





  31. Daniell (Rev. J.J) and Peter (Thurstan C) A COMPENDIUM OF THE HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY OF CORNWALL With a coloured folding map, viii + 486pp, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, slightly chipped to head of spine, presentation inscription to front endpaper. Fourth edition. Truro: Netherton and Worth. London: Houlston and Sons, 1906. £25.00





  32. Daniell (S) OLD CORNWALL Life in the County about a Century Ago. Illusts, 46pp, original pictorial card covers. Tor Mark Press, Truro: c.1972. £4.00





  33. Edwards (L.W.L) INDEX TO CORNISH NONCONFORMIST REGISTERS AT THE PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE. xvi + 138pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, small private ownership stamp to front endpaper. Limited Edition of 500 Copies. Privately published, London: 1976. £14.00
    * Contains a surname index of the Cornish nonconformist registers deposited at the P.R.O. (with the exception of Quakers). Baptisms and Burials are covered, each entry containing surname and forename, year, and the chapel or circuit.





  34. Fletcher (Canon J.R), edited and completed by D. John Stephan. SHORT HISTORY OF ST. MICHAEL'S MOUNT CORNWALL. Illusts, 83pp, dustwrapper. Published (1951) at St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. £6.00





  35. Flynn (J. Stephen) CORNWALL FORTY YEARS AFTER. 210pp, spotting to a few pages, sm 8vo, original cloth. Truslove and Hanson, London: 1917. £4.00





  36. Gilbert (Davies) ADDRESSES TO THE ROYAL SOCIETY AT THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING On St. Andrew's Day, 1828. 11pp, unbound, stitched as issued. London: Richard Taylor, 1829. £8.00
    * Gilbert Davies was the president of the Royal Society and the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. Not in Boase and Courtney's Bibliotheca Cornubiensis.





  37. Gilbert (Davies) THE PAROCHIAL HISTORY OF CORNWALL. Founded on the Manuscript Histories of Mr Hals and Mr Tonkin: with Additions and Various Appendices. 4 volumes, xxxii + 424 and 432 and 470 and 571pp, recent cloth, leather labels on spines, volumes 2 and 3 lack title-pages. London: J.B. Nicholls and Son. 1838. £150.00
    * Gives a description of each of the 200 parishes in alphabetical order with an abstract of the geology of each parish by Dr. D.S. Boase.





  38. Gorseth Kernow PROGRAMME OF THE GORSEDD OF THE BARDS OF CORNWALL. Saturday September 4th, 1948. 3 p.m. 8pp, original printed wraps partly faded. 1948. £4.00





  39. Hamilton-Jenkin (A.K) MINES AND MINERS OF CORNWALL. 4. Penzance-Mount's Bay. Illusts, folding map, 66pp, original pictorial card covers. First published 1962. Reprinted, Forge Books, Bracknell, 1979. £15.00





  40. Hext (Jean), editor THE STANIFORTH DIARY. A Visit to Cornwall in 1800. With a forward by A.L. Rowse. Illusts., 68pp, map endpapers, dustwrapper. Truro: Bradford Barton, 1965. £7.00





  41. Hirst (Lieut-Colonel F.C.) and Keith (Sir Arthur) SUPPOSED IRON AGE BURIAL AT MAWGANPORTH. Pages numbered 321-327, original wraps, ex-lib. stamp and label to verso of top wrap, stamps to first leaf and top wrap, old cellotape stain across wraps at foot of spine. Reprinted from Royal Institution of Cornwall Journal. Truro: 1936. £4.00





  42. Hudson (Kenneth) THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH CHINA CLAYS. Fifty Years of Pioneering and Growth. Illusts, map, folding map tipped in at rear, 189pp, short tear to rear of dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: (1968) £7.00





  43. Mercer (Roger) CARN BREA, ILLOGAN. Cornish Archaeological Society, Field Guide No. 12. Plan, 4pp, original printed wraps, few spots, hinges rusty. Second Edition, Cornish Archaeological Society, 1972. £5.00





  44. Mowl (Timothy) HISTORIC GARDENS OF CORNWALL Map, coloured and black and white illusts, 192pp, original pictorial card covers. Tempus, Stroud: 2005. £10.00





  45. Newman (Paul) HAUNTED CORNWALL. Illusts, 95pp, original pictorial card covers. Tempus, Stroud: 2005. £4.00





  46. Oliver (S.P) PENDENNIS AND ST. MAWES: An Historical Sketch of two Cornish Castles. With 5 plates, xx + 101pp, sm 4to, original decorative cloth slightly rubbed, and damp spotted to top corner of top board, covers dull and rubbed to edges, lacks front end paper. Truro: W. Lake. London: Simpkin Marshall,1875. £16.00





  47. Parnall (Roger) WRECKERS AND WRESTLERS. A History of St. Gennys Parish. Illusts, 172pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. Privately Published. Printed by H.E. Warne, Ltd., St. Austell: 1973. £30.00





  48. Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian Society REPORTS AND TRANSACTIONS 1886-87. Pages numbered 218-300, original printed wraps. Plymouth: William Brendon: 1887. £5.00
    * Includes articles:- Lepidoptera of West Cornwall; Dartmoor; Reproduction of Sea Weeds, etc.





  49. Pounds (Norman J.G), editor THE PARLIAMENTARY SURVEY OF THE DUCHY OF CORNWALL. Part I (Austell Prior - Saltash); Part II (Isles of Scilly - West Antony and Manors in Devon). 2 volumes with 2 folding maps, xxiv + 130pp, and 131-271pp, original card covers, small mark to one top cover. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volumes. 25 & 27. Torquay: 1982-84. £8.00





  50. Rendell (Joan) CORNWALL'S HISTORIC BUILDINGS. Illusts, 127pp, original pictorial card covers. The History Press, Brimscombe Port; 2008. £8.00





  51. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. TENTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. 1842. Part the First. Original printed wraps, lacks approx. half of spine, name in ink to top wrap. Falmouth: Sold by Mrs Trathan, 1842. £14.00
    * Includes articles on:- Recent Botanical Discoveries in Cornwall; Dressing of Ores; Electricity of Mineral Veins, etc.





  52. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. 1843. Folding frontis, and 2 other folding plates, original printed top wrap is loose, note in ink on top wraps, lacks lower wrap and spine. Falmouth: Printed and Sold by J. Trathan, 1843. £14.00
    * Includes articles:- Crustacea, Sea Urchins, water Shells; Tresavean Mine. etc.





  53. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT of The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society 1876. Large folding diagram, text illusts, original wraps, book is in 2 halves, lacks much of spine. Falmouth: Lake and Co., Truro: Heard and Sons, 1876. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Taylor's Drum Dressing Machine; Steven's Patent Underground Hauling Engine; Modern Pottery; Photography, etc.





  54. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT of The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society 1885. Folding diagram, frontis, text illusts, lacks wraps, portion torn from margin of frontis. Falmouth: Lake and Co., Truro: Heard and Sons, 1885. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Falmouth Observatory; Storage and Transmission of Tidal-Energy; Life History of the Pollock as seen off the Coast of Cornwall, etc.





  55. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. EIGHTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. New Series Volume 4. Part III - 1920. Plates, lacks top wrap and spine, corner torn from lower margin of slightly creased frontis, few short tears to title-page. Falmouth: J.H. Lake, 1920. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Dukes and Earls of Cornwall; Origin of the Cost Book System, etc.





  56. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Thirty-Sixth Annual Report.... Papers and Notices. Volume 7 part 3. Plate, 22 + 93-114pp, original wraps, spine chipped, small portion missing from lower corner of top wrap and title-page, ink note to top cover. Penzance: F.T. Vibert, 1849. £10.00
    * Articles include:- Rocks of the Liskeard Valley; Additions to Cornish Geology, etc.





  57. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Sixty-Third Report of the Council for Volume 9. xxixpp, bound in the original printed wraps, wraps partly faded, few short tears to 2 top margins. W. Brendon, Plymouth: 1877. £4.00





  58. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 19, Part 5. Illusts, 297-409 + ivpp, original wraps. Penzance: 1963-64. £6.00
    * Articles include:- Beach Erosion at Bude; Tin and other Metals of Gwithian/Hayle Beach; Cements of Godrevy Raised Beach; Stratigraphy in Boscastle area, etc.





  59. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 20, Part 2, 1967-1968. Illusts, diagrams, original wraps. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Penzance: 1970. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Dean Quarry, Tectonic Evolution in Cornwall, etc.





  60. Royal Institution of Cornwall THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. 1853. With 1 plate, 35 + 5pp, original printed wraps, ink note on top wrap. Truro: James R. Netherton. 1854. £26.00
    * Includes articles:- Jonathan Couch on Ancient Bell in the Tower of Lansallos Church; Proposed School of Mines in Cornwall, etc.





  61. Royal Institution of Cornwall JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. VOLUME 12. Part 2. 1894-5. Plan, 120pp, complete, original wraps, lacks spine, top wrap loose and ragged, rear wrap chipped, ex-private library stamp to top wrap. Truro: Lake and Lake, 1895. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Rude Stone Monuments of Cornwall; Duloe Circular Enclosure; Inscribed Stones of Cornwall, etc.





  62. Royal Institution of Cornwall JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL No 101. New Series Volume 4. Part 4. Illusts, pages numbered 382-480, original wraps. Truro: Oscar Blackford, 1964. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Cornish Trade in 17th Century; Carvinack Barrow, Tregavethan; Davies Gilbert, etc.





  63. Royal Institution of Cornwall, compiled by Charles R. Hewitt. GENERAL INDEX TO THE JOURNAL AND REPORTS. of the Royal Institution of Cornwall from 1818 to 1906. vii + 216pp, original printed card boards, partly faded, page-edges slightly browned. Plymouth: William Brendon, 1907. £7.00





  64. Saint Cleer and Saint Stephen's-by-Saltash PLANS, PARTICULARS, AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF WELL-SITUATED FREEHOLD FARMS And Valuable Quarries of Stone, to be Held at Webb's Hotel, Liskeard, On Monday, December 11th, 1911. By Messrs. J. Kittow & Son, Launceston. With 3 large coloured folding plans, 7pp, folio, original printed wraps. 1911. £20.00
    * Includes farms of East and West Hendra, Trevollard, the tenement of Cumble Torr with the Quarry on the bank of the River Lynher.





  65. Saint Mabyn APPORTIONMENT OF THE RENT CHARGE IN LIEU OF TITHES, in the Parish of SAINT MABYN, in the County of Cornwall. 1839. 18pp, folio, few marks to thin card covers, crude paper spine, handwritten place-name on top cover, verso of covers, title, and last leaf spotty. Printed in columns giving names of Landowners and Occupiers, Description of premises and land, Cultivation, Quantity, Rent-charge, No. on Plan. Plans were not issued with these apportionments. Liddell and Son, Printers, Bodmin: 1839. £45.00





  66. Sharpe (Adam) & Smith (John R) WHEAL COATES; St. Agnes. An Archaeological Survey for the National Trust. Plans, one of which is folding, 37pp, 4to, plastic spiral binding, original pictorial card covers. Cornwall Archaeological Unit, 1986. £12.00





  67. Simcoe (Rev. H.A), editor LIGHT FROM THE WEST or, The Cornish Parochial Visitor. Volume 5. Illustrated with occasional wood cuts, [iv] + 288pp, 12mo, early binders cloth. Cornwall: Rev. H.A. Simcoe, Penheale - Press. 1836. £25.00
    * Issued in penny monthly numbers, most issues being 24pp. Mainly of religious interest. See Boase and Courtney's Bibliotheca Cornubiensis volume 2 page 651.





  68. Stanier (Peter) CORNWALL'S GEOLOGICAL HERITAGE. Illusts, maps, diagrams, 47pp, original pictorial card covers. Twelveheads Press, Truro: 1990. £4.00





  69. Thompson (E.V) BODMIN MOOR Through the Years. With black and white photographs, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1992. £4.00





  70. Tovey (David), and Skinner (Sarah) CORNISH LIGHT. The Nottingham 1894 Exhibition Revisited. Numerous coloured and black and white illusts, 152pp, 4to, original pictorial card Covers. Sansom & Co., Bristol: 2015. £25.00
    * Published in conjunction with the exhibition 'Cornish Light' at Nottingham Castle Museum and Penlee House, Gallery & Museum, Penzance.





  71. Trevithick Society THE JOURNAL OF THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY No 28. 2001. Illusts, 86pp, original pictorial card covers. Trevithick Society, Cornwall: 2001. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Durfold China Clay Works, Bodmin; Holman Brothers, etc.





  72. Westwood (Jennifer) GOTHICK CORNWALL. With illusts, maps, 72pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Shire Publications, Princes Risborough: 1992. £5.00





  73. Williams (Michael) ABOUT BOSCASTLE. Illusts, 48pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted, Bossiney Books, Launceston: 1999. £4.00





  74. Woodbine (Ray), transcriber CORNWALL 1851 CENSUS. St Germans Superintendent Registrars District. Volume 10. Part 1. MAKER, RAME, and ST. JOHN. 126pp, 4to, original card covers, clip on plastic spine. Privately published, Par: 2000. £15.00





  75. Woolf (Charles) AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CORNWALL. Plates and textual illustrations, 103pp, dustwrapper, signed inscription by Woolf on verso of front endpaper. First edition, Truro: D. Bradford Barton Ltd., 1970. £7.00


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    Devon





  76. Barnstaple Election REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE BARNSTAPLE ELECTION; together with The Special Report from the said Committee and also The Minutes of Evidence Taken Before Them. 53 + 122pp, folio, untrimmed in the original printed wraps, outer hinge and spine partly split. London: Ordered to be printed 9th March 1819 and 16th December 1819.. £50.00





  77. Bray (Mrs) THE WHITE HOODS. An Historical Romance. Frontis, 352 + 32 pages of publisher's adverts, original cloth. New and Revised Edition. London: Chapman and Hall, 1884. £8.00
    * Mrs Anna Eliza Bray was the wife of Edward Bray, the vicar of Tavistock.





  78. Clayden (Arthur W) THE HISTORY OF DEVONSHIRE SCENERY. An Essay In Geographical Evolution. With 43 plates, viii + 202pp, original cloth. First edition, Chatto and Windus, London. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1906. £6.00
    * This forms part 2 of volume 4 of Devon Notes and Queries.





  79. Cooper (Thomas Henry) A GUIDE CONTAINING A SHORT HISTORICAL SKETCH OF LYNTON and other Places Adjacent in North Devon, including Ilfracombe. With 5 vignette steel engravings, folding pedigree, lacks map, xvi + 114pp, 12mo, original cloth, cloth damp spotted, fragment of label(?) adhering to front pastedown, tear repaired with cellotape to front endpaper, early ownership name with an Ilfracombe address to front endpaper. T. Hearson, printer, Barnstaple: c.1853. £12.00





  80. Crossing (William), edited, and with an introduction by Brian Le Messurier CROSSING'S DARTMOOR WORKER. Illusts, 163pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1967. £4.00





  81. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 2. From January 1902 to October 1903. Part I Miscellaneous. Illusts, [vi] + 268pp, original cloth. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1903.... Bound with.... Crossing (William) THE ANCIENT STONE CROSSES OF DARTMOOR and its Borderland. Illustrated by T.A. Falcon. Revised Edition. Plates, lacks the folding map, and the facimile which is frequently missing, xii + 184pp. This forms part 2 of Volume 2. Revised edition, Exeter: James G. Commin, 1902. Two items bound in 1, later half calf, cloth boards, ex-lib. with label to front pastedown, and number to verso of title-page, no stamps, some foxing to prelims. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1902 & 1903. £30.00





  82. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION For the Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art. [Teignmouth, July, 1904.] Volume 36. Illusts some of which are folding, 564pp, original wraps, corners torn from lower wrap, lower wrap hinge split for 1". Plymouth: W. Brendon and Son. 1904. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Ancient Teignmouth; Hallsands and Start Bay; South Molton; Parish Clerks of Barnstaple; Totnes; Autobiography of Martin Dunsford the Historian of Tiverton, etc.





  83. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION.... [Sidmouth, 1950.] Volume 82. Illusts some of which are folding, xii + 432pp, original printed card covers. Devonshire Press, Torquay: 1950. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Parish Constables' Accounts of Mary Tavy; New Quay at Dartmouth 1584-1640; Stannary Parliament; Field Patterns in Brixham; Paper-making in Devon, etc.





  84. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION.... [Plymouth, 1953.] Volume 85. Illusts, xvi + 263pp, original paper wraps. Devonshire Press, Torquay: 1953. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Motte at Castle Dyke, Highweek; Kingswear and Neighbourhood; Colyton Club Day; Dawlish Warren; Port of Topsham, etc.





  85. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION.... Tiverton, 1974. Volume 106. Illusts, xxviii + 318pp, original wraps, spine slightly faded, institution stamp to half-title. Devonshire Press, Torquay: 1974. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Tinning at Eylesbarrow; Devon Barytes Industry; Growth and Decline of Morwellham; Higher Hareston Manor, etc.





  86. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION For the Advancement of Science and Literature and Art. Ilfracombe, 1982. Volume 114. Illusts, xxx + 222pp, original card covers, institution stamp to top cover and half-title. Devonshire Press, Torquay: 1982. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Archaeology of New Quay; Duke of Bedford's Model Cottages in Tavistock; Records of the Consistory Court 1520-1660; Medical Care in the South Hams over the centuries; Prehistoric Settlements on South West Dartmoor, etc.





  87. Duncan (Alexander G.) THE LONG BRIDGE OF BIDEFORD and Bideford under the Restored Monarchy. Frontis, 70pp, original cloth. Reprinted from Transactions of Devonshire Association, Bideford: 1930. £10.00





  88. Erskine (Audrey M), editor THE ACCOUNTS OF THE FABRIC OF EXETER CATHEDRAL, 1279 - 1353. Part 2. 1328 - 1353. Frontis and folding plan, xxxvi + 213 - 349pp, complete, original card covers. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume. 24. Torquay: 1983. £6.00





  89. Greeves (Tom) THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR FROM THE AIR. With 21 plates, opposite text and interleaved with diagramatic overlays on transparent film, spiral binding, original pictorial card covers. Devon Books, Exeter: 1985. £20.00





  90. Greeves (Tom) TIN MINES AND MINERS OF DARTMOOR. A Photographic Record. Illusts, maps, 86pp, original pictorial card covers, spine faded. Devon Books, Exeter: 1986. £7.00





  91. Harper (Charles G) THE SOUTH DEVON COAST. Numerous full page and textual illusts, xiii + 304pp, original cloth, First edition, London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1907. £24.00





  92. Hingeston-Randolph (Rev. F.C) THE REGISTERS OF WALTER BRONESCOMBE, (A.D. 1257 - 1280). and PETER QUIVIL (A.D. 1280 - 1291). Bishop of Exeter. With some Records of the Episcopate of Bishop Thomas de Bytton (A.D. 1292 - 1307); also the Taxation of Pope Nicholas IV. (A.D. 1291 - (Diocese of Exeter). With 2 folding facsimiles and 1 other plate, xxxviii + 504pp, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, partly unopened, a couple of ownership names to front endpapers. London: George Bell and Sons, Exeter: Henry S. Eland, 1889. £12.00





  93. Joce (T.J) THE EXETER AND DARTMOUTH ROAD. Folding map, 8pp, original wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 1912. £6.00





  94. Lambert (Anthony J) DEVON from old photographs. Illusts, 48pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. The National Trust, London: 1993. £4.00





  95. Lapford Registers, edited by A.R. Densham THE REGISTER OF BAPTISMS, MARRIAGES AND BURIALS OF THE PARISH OF LAPFORD Co. Devon A.D. 1567-1850. 276pp, complete, untrimmed, partly unopened, loose in parts and unbound as issued. Exeter: The Devon & Cornwall Record Society, 1954. £24.00





  96. Radford (Mrs G.H) LADY HOWARD OF FITZFORD. Frontis, folding pedigree, 49pp, lacks wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1890. £7.00
    * In the 16th century Lady Howard had a notorious reputation in Tavistock and her ghost was said to run in the shape of a hound from the gateway of Fitzford to Okehampton Park after midnight. She married four times, her last husband was Sir Richard Grenville.





  97. Reichel (Rev. O.J) THE HUNDRED OF TIVERTON IN EARLY TIMES. The Devonshire Association. 31pp, original printed wraps. Plymouth: W. Brendon and Son, 1928. £10.00





  98. Reichel (Rev. Oswald) THE HUNDREDS OF AXMINSTER AND AXMOUTH IN EARLY TIMES. The Devonshire Association. Extra Volume. 53pp, original printed wraps. Exeter: Southwoods (Exeter), Ltd. 1931. £10.00





  99. Reichel (Rev. Oswald) THE HUNDREDS OF PLYMPTON AND ERMINGTON IN EARLY TIMES. The Devonshire Association. Extra Volume, 88pp, with wraps, small mark label to top wrap. Torquay: The Devonshire Press, Ltd. 1933. £18.00





  100. Reichel (Rev. Oswald) THE HUNDREDS OF COLYTON AND CLYSTON IN EARLY TIMES. The Devonshire Association. Extra Volume. 53pp, original printed wraps, small label to top wrap. Torquay: The Devonshire Press. 1934. £8.00





  101. St. Andrew's, Plymouth, edited by M.C.S. Cruwys. THE REGISTER OF BAPTISMS, MARRIAGES AND BURIALS OF THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW'S PLYMOUTH Co. Devon A.D. 1581-1618 with Baptisms 1619-1633. 588pp, untrimmed, partly unopened, loose in parts and unbound as issued, a few leaves partly waterstained at the rear. The Devon & Cornwall Record Society. Exeter: 1954. £75.00
    * This item was issued in parts over some years and rarely turns up complete.





  102. Tregoning (Lance) BOVEY TRACEY In Bygone Days. A Portrait of a Dartmoor Town. Photographic illusts, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Devon Books, Exeter, 1989. £14.00





  103. Ward Lock A PICTORIAL AND DESCRIPTIVE GUIDE TO DARTMOOR, Including Bovey Tracey, Lustleigh, Ashburton, Moreton Hampstead, Chagford, Okehampton, Lydford, Tavistock, Yelverton, and Dousland, Princetown, Ivybridge. South Brent. etc. With 3 folding plans, illusts, 144 + 47pp of adverts, sm 8vo, Ninth Edition - Revised, Ward, Lock & Co., c.192- £5.00





  104. Wilson and Phillips, printer and publisher WHO'S WHO IN DEVONSHIRE. 294pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, spine slightly soiled, 1" split to rear outer hinge. Numbered Limited Edition. Hereford: Wilson and Phillips, 1934. £18.00


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  105. Bankes (Viola) A DORSET HERITAGE The Story of Kingston Lacy. With 8 plates, 200pp, few small nicks to dustwrapper, spine of slightly rubbed dustwrapper. London: The Richards Press, 1953. £6.00





  106. Battrick (Jack), Lawson (Gail) BROWNSEA ISLANDER Maps, illusts, 175pp, roy 8vo, dustwrapper, stamp to title-page. Poole Historical Trust. 1978. £6.00





  107. Beamish (Derek), Bennett (Harold) and Hillier (John) POOLE AND WORLD WAR II. Volume One. Maps, illusts, 239pp, roy 8vo, ex-ref. lib. with label to front pastedown and stamp to title-page, dustwrapper. Poole Historical Trust. 1980. £5.00





  108. Burnett (David) A DORSET CAMERA 1855-1914. With 149 illusts, 4to, dustwrapper, cellotape stains to internal flaps of dustwrapper and to endpapers. The Dovecote Press, Wimborne: 1974. £6.00





  109. Camden (William) DVRORTIGES. DORSETSHIRE. Pages numbered 209-218 complete, small folio, disbound, last leaf loose, few short marginal tears, occasional spotting. This is the text from the 1610 edition of Camden's Britannia. London: 1610. £15.00





  110. Ching (Mark) and Currie (Ian) THE DORSET WEATHER BOOK. A Century of Storms, Floods and Freezes. Illusts, 100pp, original pictorial card covers, corners of top cover slightly curled. First Edition, Frosted Earth, Coulsdon: 1997. £6.00





  111. Dewar (H.S.L), editor THE THOMAS RACKETT PAPERS 17th - 19th Centuries. With 7 illusts, 97pp, folio, paper wraps, label on top wrap. Publication No 3 of the Dorset Record Society. Dorchester: 1965. £10.00





  112. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, edited by Henry Symonds PROCEEDINGS OF THE DORSET NATURAL HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD CLUB. Volume 34. With illusts, lxxxii + 239pp, original cloth, small snag to top outer hinge. Dorchester: Dorset County Chronicle. 1913. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Bloxworth Church; Earthworks of Cranbourne Chase; Maumbury Rings; Memorial Brasses of Dorset; British Arachnida; Lepidoptera of Isle of Purbeck, etc.





  113. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, edited by J.M.J. Fletcher PROCEEDINGS OF THE DORSET NATURAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUARIAN FIELD CLUB. From May, 1920 to May, 1921. Volume 42. With 2 plates, folding table, lxii + 114pp, original cloth, covers lightly damp marked, and slightly warped. F.G. Longman, Dorchester: 1922. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Insects and Plants at Portland; Church Screens of Dorset; Travels of Peter Mundy in Dorset; Founding of Dorchester, Massachusetts and the Rev. John White, etc.





  114. Good (Ronald) WEYLAND. THE STORY OF WEYMOUTH AND ITS COUNTRYSIDE. With illustrations by the author. 116pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. Second Edition. Dorchester: Longmans of Dorchester, The Friary Press, 1946. £10.00





  115. [Grundy (G.B)] DORSET CHARTERS. Pages numbered 110-130, original printed wrappers partly faded. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1934. £4.00
    * Covers:- Cann, Chalbury, and Cheselborne.





  116. House (H.H) THE SHERBORNE REGISTER 1823 - 1892. With Historical Introduction and Appendices. With two folding coloured plans of the school, lxxii + 328pp, original cloth, slightly spotty and slightly rubbed to edges, stamp to front endpaper. William Clowes, London: 1893. £7.00





  117. Miles (William Augustus) A DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVEREL BARROW, Opened A.D. 1825. Also a Minute Account of the KIMMERIDGE COAL MONEY, A Most Mysterious and Nondescript Article. With two engraved and one printed title, and 8 engraved plates, viii + (3)-53pp, 4to, original paper boards, portions chipped from spine, endpapers spotty, frontis spotty and and waterstained to inner margins, otherwise internally clean. With the engraved armorial bookplate of Holland House to front pastedown. Cockers, Printers, Frome: 1826. £70.00 --- See sample text





  118. Mills (A.D) THE PLACE-NAMES OF DORSET. Part 2. The Hundreds of Cogdean, Loosebarrow, Rushmore, Combe Ditch, Pimberne Badbury, Cranborne, Wimborne St Giles, Knowlton, Monkton Up Wimborne. With 2 maps, xxxvii + 298pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. English Place Name Society, Nottingham: 1980. £15.00





  119. Wareham REPORT ON THE CORPORATION OF WAREHAM. (Dorsetshire.) Title and pages numbered 1358-1362, complete, extracted from a larger work, folio, disbound. House of Commons, London: 1835. £12.00
    * Sections of the Report cover:- History; Courts; Corporate Body; Police; Revenue, etc.





  120. Weymouth Corporation WEYMOUTH The English Naples. Folding frontis, illusts, 48pp, adverts. original bevelled cloth boards. Hodd and Co., Middlesborough: c.1904. £25.00 --- See sample text





  121. Young (J.A) EDUCATION IN BOURNEMOUTH 1903 TO 1945. Bournemouth's Maintained Schools and Colleges. Plates, plans, 109 + (10)pp, original pictorial card covers, small stamp to title-page. Bournemouth Local Studies, Christchurch: 1996. £4.00


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  122. Baddeley (W. St. Clair) HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY, AT PAINSWICK. With 11 plates, vii + (1) + 70pp, sm 4to, original buckram, stitching broken, almost loose in case, water stain to top board, internally clean. Exeter: William Pollard and Co. Ltd., 1902. £8.00





  123. Barlow (Jill), editor A CALENDAR OF THE REGISTER OF APPRENTICES OF THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER 1595 - 1700. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 14. With 12 tables and 2 plates, xxxii + 343pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2001. £8.00





  124. Bigland (Ralph) ALDERLEY. Extracted from Bigland's Historical, Monumental and Genealogical Collections Relative to Gloucestershire. Copper plate engraving, in the text, showing the church with people in the foreground, 8pp, folio, recent paper wraps. First edition, London: Printed by John Nichols for Ralph Bigland, 1791. £8.00





  125. Bigland (Ralph) CHEDWORTH. Extracted from Bigland's Historical, Monumental and Genealogical Collections Relative to Gloucestershire. 4pp, folio, recent paper wraps. First edition, London: Printed by John Nichols for Ralph Bigland, 1791. £4.00





  126. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1876. Volume 1. Plates and pedigrees, some of which are folding, 172 + xxivpp, original printed wraps, ink note on top wrap. Gloucester: John Bellows, (1876) £8.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Berkeley Castle; Gloucestershire Menhir; English Bicknor; Gloucester Cathedral; Churchdown, etc..





  127. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, compiled by William Jones TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. GENERAL INDEX to Volumes I-XX., (1-20) 1876 - 1897. 264 + (i)pp, original printed wraps, minor spotting to wraps and fore-edges. Gloucester: H. Osborne, 1900. £15.00





  128. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Sir John Maclean TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1887-88. Volume 12. Illusts, 361pp, contemporary half morocco, raised bands, cloth boards, marbled endpapers, covers slightly rubbed to edges. Bristol: C.T. Jefferies, 1888. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Registers at Henbury; Oldbury Church; Testa De Nevill Returns for the County of Gloucester, Daglingworth; Manor of Tockington, etc.





  129. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Sir John Maclean TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1889-90. Volume 14. Part 1 of 2. Illusts, 187pp, original wraps, spine faded, short tear foot of top wrap. Bristol: Printed for the Society by C.T. Jefferies, 1890. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Advowson of Clifford Chambers; Avening Church; Apse of Deerhurst Church, etc.





  130. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, compiled by Roland Austin TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. GENERAL INDEX to Volumes XXI-XL (1898 - 1917), with a subject index to the illustrations in volumes I-XL. 424pp, lacks wrap. J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1919. £10.00





  131. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Roland Austin TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1924. Volume 46. Illusts, 403 + 22pp, original wraps, portion missing from head of spine, slightly shaken. Titus Wilson, Kendal: 1925. £22.00
    * Includes articles:- Priory Mill of Stanley St. Leonard; Water Mill in Stonehouse; Scratch Dials in Gloucestershire; Glass in Tewkesbury Abbey; Gloucester Consistory Court; The Stonehouse Ham, etc.





  132. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, compiled by Susan Vaughan TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - GENERAL INDEX to Volumes 101-110 (1983-1992). 124pp, original printed wraps. Printed for the Society. £4.00





  133. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, John Jurica editor TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 2001. Volume 119. Illusts, 264pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol: 2002. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Excavations at Greyfriars, Gloucester; Aristocratic Poachers in the Forest of Dean; Hailey Wood Camp, Sapperton, etc.





  134. Delderfield (E.R) WEST COUNTRY HISTORIC HOUSES AND THEIR FAMILIES. Volume 3. The Cotswolds Area. Illusts, 124pp, roy 8vo, dustwrapper, private bookplate to front endpaper. First edition, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1973. £6.00





  135. Elrington (C.R), editor ABSTRACTS OF FEET OF FINES RELATING TO GLOUCESTERSHIRE 1300-1359. Gloucestershire Record Series Volumes 20. xix + 228pp, dustwrapper. Includes indices of persons and places and subjects. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2006. £8.00





  136. Enright (Dawn) and Watts (Martin), and others A ROMANO-BRITISH AND MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT SITE AT STOKE ROAD BISHOP'S CLEEVE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report No 1. Plans, diagrams, iv + 80pp, original printed wraps. Cotswold Archaeological Trust, 2002. £4.00





  137. Fry (Edw. Alexander), and Phillimore (W.P.W), editor A CALENDAR OF WILLS PROVED IN THE CONSISTORY COURT OF THE BISHOP OF GLOUCESTER. Volume II. 1660 to 1800. With Indices Nominum et Locorum. 448pp, in parts lacking the original wraps, one leaf faded and with pencil marginalia. Issued to the Subscribers by the British Record Society, London: 1907. £20.00





  138. Fryer (Alfred C) GLOUCESTERSHIRE FONTS. Part XVII. (c) Post-reformation Period. With index to parts I-XVII. With 10 plates, pages numbered 123-182, original printed wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, c.1927. £4.00





  139. Gloucestershire Notes and Queries, edited by Rev. B.H. Blacker. GLOUCESTERSHIRE NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 1. xvi + 475pp, contemporary half calf, lacks label on spine, cloth boards, covers rubbed, top of outer and inner hinge partly split, though sound, rear outer hinge cracked though sound. Wm. Kent, London: and others, 1881. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Index to Monumental Inscriptions, Cheltenham; Tomes Family; Manor of Owlpen; Longevity in Cheltenham; Notgrove Parish Church; Bathurst Family, etc.





  140. Hoyle (R.W), editor THE MILITARY SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 1522. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 6. With 12 tables and 2 plates, liii + 265pp, dustwrapper. Includes an Index of personal names. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1993. £18.00





  141. Jacob (Edwin) THE AUTHORITY, NATURE, AND DUTIES OF THE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY: A Sermon, Preached in the Cathedral of Gloucester, at the General Ordination, On Sunday, December 20, 1818. 50pp, disbound. Gloucester: Printed for J. Roberts and the Author, 1819. £20.00





  142. Litzenberger (C.J), editor TEWKESBURY CHURCHWARDENS' ACCOUNT, 1563 - 1624. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 7. xix + 163pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1994. £8.00





  143. Orchard (D.R) A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MANOR AND CASTLE OF THORNBURY. With a Guide to the Grounds. Illusts, double page plan, 14pp, original pictorial card covers. Orchard Bros., Glastonbury: c.198- £4.00





  144. Patterson (Robert B), editor THE ORIGINAL ACTA OF ST. PETER'S ABBEY GLOUCESTER c. 1122 to 1263. Edited, with an account of the Scriptorium and its Scribes. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 11. With 44 plates, lxi + 354pp, dustwrapper. Includes indices of persons and places and subjects. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1998. £8.00





  145. Payne (Gordon E) A SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A Physical, Social & Economic Survey and Plan. Numerous illusts and coloured folding maps, also folding maps in pocket at rear, vii + 320pp, original cloth, 4to. John Bellows, Gloucester: c.1938. £10.00





  146. Purnell (Frances) and Williams (Henry W) JUBILEE HISTORY of the Gloucester Co-operative and Industrial Society Limited. Illusts, xiv + 284pp, original cloth, lettering on covers slightly feint. Gloucester: John Jennings, 1910. £14.00





  147. Rhodes (John), editor A CALENDAR OF THE REGISTERS OF THE PRIORY OF LLANTHONY BY GLOUCESTER 1457 - 1466, 1501 - 1525. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 15. xlii + 233pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol: 2002. £8.00





  148. Sale (A.J.H), editor CHELTENHAM PROBATE RECORDS 1660 - 1740. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 12. Map, xxxi + 231pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1999. £10.00





  149. Saville (Alan), editor ARCHAEOLOGY IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE From the Earliest Hunters to the Industrial Age. Essays dedicated to Helen O'Neil and the late Elsie Clifford. Illusts, maps, diagrams, 352pp, paperback, slightly rubbed to edges. Cheltenham Art Gallery and the Bristol Archaeological Society, Cheltenham: 1984. £6.00





  150. Spence (Rose) FRAMPTON ON SEVERN. Portrait of a Victorian Village. Map endpapers, frontis and 63 illusts, x + 150pp, dustwrapper. Chichester: Phillimore, 2000. £12.00





  151. Tann (Jennifer) GLOUCESTERSHIRE WOOLLEN MILLS. Plates and textual illusts, 254pp, rubbed dustwrapper, with short tear to rear flap. First edition, David and Charles, Newton Abbot: 1967. £8.00





  152. Washbourn (John) BIBLIOTHECA GLOUCESTRENSIS. A Collection of Scarce & Curious Tracts, Relating to the County & City of Gloucester. Illustrated of, and Published During the CIVIL WAR: With an Historical, Introduction, Notes, and An Appendix. With an engraved plan, ccv + pages numbered 327 - 456, 4to, untrimmed in the original paper boards, boards rubbed to edges, top board loose, map and title slightly spotty. Printed for the Editor, Gloucester: 1825. £50.00
    * This part includes reprints of 4 Civil War Tracts.





  153. Watts (Martin), editor PREHISTORIC AND MEDIEVAL OCCUPATION AT MORETON-IN-MARSH AND BISHOP'S CLEEVE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report No 5. Plans, diagrams, vi + 94pp, original printed wraps. Cotswold Archaeological Trust, 2007. £4.00





  154. Wells-Furby (Bridget), editor A CATALOGUE OF THE MEDIEVAL MUNIMENTS AT BERKELEY CASTLE. Gloucestershire Record Series Volumes 17 and 18. 2 volumes, lxxxix + 574pp and xi + 575-1200pp, dustwrappers. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2004. £50.00





  155. [Williams (Adin)] ROGER PLOWMAN'S EXCURSION TO LONDON, With Adventures and Recollections in Gloucestershire. Frontis, 109 + 2 pages of publisher's adverts, sm 8vo, original printed wraps, small portions missing from top corners of wraps, transparent tape on spine. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Cirencester: E.W. Savory, c.1890. £8.00
    * E.W. Savory was a printer in Cirencester from 1888 to 1892, see Austin's Catalogue of the Gloucestershire Collection page 1233.





  156. [Williams (G.A) ?] THREE TRACTS BY A GLOUCESTERSHIRE GENTLEMAN. 103 + 3 pages of publishers adverts, 12mo, untrimmed in the original plain paper boards, spine very rubbed, and book split into 2. Cheltenham: Printed for G.A. Williams, Librarian. 1823. £8.00
    * A mixture of religion and politics in which he argues for Parliamentary reform.





  157. Wyatt (Irene), editor TRANSPORTEES FROM GLOUCESTERSHIRE TO AUSTRALIA 1783-1842. Gloucestershire Record Series. Volume 1. Folding map, xx + 181pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1988. £20.00
    * Lists the names, ages, addresses, occupations, sentences, transport, etc.


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  158. Ashbrittle ASHBRITTLE AT THE MILLENNIUM Researched, written, photographed, edited and designed by people from the parish of Ashbrittle with help from some close neighbours. Illusts, map endpapers, 170pp, oblong 8vo, paperback. NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION OF 750 COPIES. Ashbrittle Arts, 2000. £7.00
    * A history of the manor of Ashbrittle, in Somerset, with photographs, comments and snippets by many of its residents.





  159. Banwell SEARCH Number 8. Journal of the Banwell Society of Archaeology. 1968. Text illusts, 32 + xviiipp, sm 4to, original wraps, some corners curled, stain where the original tape is missing from spine. Banwell: 1968. £4.00





  160. Bath and West of England Society LETTERS AND PAPERS on Agriculture, Planting &c. Selected from the Correspondence Book of the Bath and West of England Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufacture and Commerce.... To which is added, An Appendix.... Volume 1. xii + 366pp, early half calf, marbled boards, lacks spine, boards held by strings. Second Edition, Bath: R. Cruttwell, 1783. £25.00
    * Includes articles:- Species of Grass in Wiltshire; Burnbaiting on Mendip Hills; Turnips in Suffolk; Norfolk Husbandry; Agriculture in the Isle of Wight, etc.





  161. Beazer (Cyril H.G) RANDOM REFLECTIONS OF A WEST COUNTRY MASTER CRAFTSMAN. With 23 plates, 3 of which are coloured, several with two illustrations, 158pp, dustwrapper. Published by C.H.G. Beazer, Bath: 1981. £6.00
    * The story of how he worked as a stone mason before the war and then built up his own construction company, working mainly in Bath.





  162. Brereton (R.P) SOME CHURCH TOWERS OF SOMERSET. With 60 collotype plates, lacks the title, index and text leaf, 4to, recent cloth. No imprint, (1905) £10.00





  163. Britton (John), and Peach (R.E.M) THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF BATH ABBEY CHURCH. Continued to the Present Time, with Additional Notes by R.E.M. Peach. With Six Illustrations. xix + 107pp, later half calf, cloth sides, marbled endpapers, top outer hinge partly cracked, few spots and small water stain to outer edge of frontis. Charles Hallett, Bath: 1887. £28.00





  164. Bromwich (David), editor THE DIARY AND MEMOIRS OF JOHN ALLEN GILES. Frontis, xviii + 638pp, original cloth, foot of boards slightly bruised. Somerset Record Society. Volume 86. 2000. £12.00
    * Includes chapters on Southwick House, Mark; Sutton and Churchill Court; Bridgwater; and Frome.





  165. Clive-Ponsonby-Fane (Charles) WE STARTED A STATELY HOME. Pedigree, illusts, viii + 142pp, original pictorial laminated boards. Privately published, Brympton d'Evercy, Yeovil: 1980. £8.00





  166. Collinson (Reverend John) HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, Collected from Authentick Records, and an Actual Survey made by the late Edmund Rack. Volume 3 of 3 only, lacks plates, 648pp, 4to, half calf, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, rubbed to edges, rear outer hinge cracked though sound, small portion torn from one leaf, small area of paper missing from rear board. First edition, Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell. 1791. £35.00





  167. Compton (Theodore) A MENDIP VALLEY, Its Inhabitants and Surroundings, being an Enlarged and Illustrated Edition of Winscombe Sketches. With Original Illustrations by Edward Theodore Compton, and a Chapter on the Geological History of the Mendips by Prof. C. Lloyd Morgan. Numerous full page and textual illusts, 288pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, very lightly rubbed to edges, with 2 ownership names to front endpaper. London: Edward Stanford: Swindon: W.C. Eddington, 1892. £45.00





  168. Corner (Dennis) THE BOOK OF PORLOCK. A Pictorial Celebration. Numerous illusts, 160pp, folio, dustwrapper. Signed by the author on the half-title. Halsgrove, Tiverton: 1999. £30.00





  169. Costen (M.D), editor WESLEYANS AND BIBLE CHRISTIANS IN SOUTH SOMERSET ACCOUNTS AND MINUTES, 1808 - 1907. xxvi + 387p, original cloth. Volume 78. Somerset Record Society. Taunton: 1984. £12.00





  170. Derrick (Freda) GOTHIC WANDERINGS IN SOMERSET. Illusts, xiii + 307pp, includes 2 page list of subscribers, original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, inscription to front endpaper. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Ltd., 1930. £15.00





  171. [Edwards (John)] of Wrington POEMS HUMOROUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL By Outis, with which are included RHYMES In the West of England District by Agrikler. xiii + 193pp, original decorative cloth rubbed to edges. With an inscription to the verso of the front endpaper, to the Rev. W. Thornton from the author. London: Houlston & Sons. Bristol: J. Wright, (1875) £20.00





  172. [Elton (A.M)] SKETCHES AND SCRAPS. Une Soiree Musicale. Une Soiree Litteraire. Une Soiree Dansante. Le Bois De Boulogne. An Ecclesiastical Scrap. 32pp, original printed card covers, covers slightly worn, lacks spine. Upper Clevedon: George Caple, "Mercury" Office, 1863. £22.00





  173. Gerard (Thomas), edited by Rev. E.H. Bates THE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET. 262pp, original cloth, inscription on front endpaper. Somerset Record Society, volume 15, 1900. Reprinted. Castle Cary Press, 1973. £20.00





  174. Goodchild (John) THE BOROUGH OF YEOVIL. Its History and Government Through the Ages. With 6 illustrations, 136pp, roy 8vo, original cloth slightly spotty, light waterstain to edges of first few leaves. Published by The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Yeovil. 1954. £6.00





  175. Hamilton (Archibald) THE RED DEER OF EXMOOR. With Notes on those who hunted them. Illusts, xvii + 363pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded. First edition, London: Horace Cox, 1907. £35.00





  176. Hawkins (M.J), editor SALES OF WARDS IN SOMERSET, 1603-1641. xxxi + 240pp, original cloth partly darkened, Somerset Record Office withdrawn stamp to front endpaper. Somerset Record Society. Volume 67. Frome: Butler and Tanner, 1965. £23.00





  177. Heard (Herbert) SHEPTON MALLET. NOTES ON THE CHARITIES OF THE TOWN. Portrait frontis, 96pp, original cloth, rubbed to edges, 1" portion missing from head of spine, short splits to top outer hinge, partly split to head of outer hinges, ownership name and stamp of 'Westminster Bank' to verso of frontis. Shepton Mallet: A. Byrt and Son, 1903. £6.00





  178. Holmes (T. Scott) A REPORT TO THE CONVOCATION OF THE PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY ON THE ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS OF THE DIOCESE OF BATH AND WELLS, To which is attached a Short Account of the Church plate now in the custody of the Dean and Chapter of Wells and the parochial clergy of Somerset. xxxi + 176pp, untrimmed in the original qtr cloth, printed paper boards, some spotting to prelims. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1914. £6.00





  179. Hurley (Michael C), transcribed by SAINT MARY THE VIRGIN, CHARLINCH. Parish Registers and Bishop's Transcripts. Baptisms and Marriages 1593-1946. Burials 1583-1981. vi + 65pp, 4to, original cloth backed paper wraps. Harry Galloway, Taunton: 1996. £12.00





  180. Johnson (Birdie), photographs by Mark J. Rattenbury. REFLECTIONS Life Portraits of Exmoor. Plates, 167pp, 4to, dustwrapper, with an audio CD contained in a transparent pocket. Reprinted, Dulverton & District Civic Society, 2003. £8.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  181. Kenneth Allsop Trust and John Fowles STEEP HOLM - A Case History in the Study of Evolution. Illusts, 222pp, spine of dustwrapper slightly faded, presentation inscription to the 'District Inspector of Weston Super Mare on 3rd Nov. 1978.' Dorset Publishing Co. Sherborne: 1978. £5.00





  182. Knight (Francis A) and Dutton (Louie M) SOMERSET Cambridge County Geographies. With diagrams, illustrations and coloured map endpapers, xi + 192pp, 12mo original cloth, spine slightly darkened. Cambridge at the University Press: 1909. £6.00





  183. Lowndes (William) THE THEATRE ROYAL BATH. The eventful story of a Georgian playhouse. Plates, 91pp, couple of short tears to head of partly faded dustwrapper. Redcliffe Press, Bristol: 1982. £10.00





  184. MacMullen (Mrs Frederic) TAUNTON, or the Town We Live In. An Historical Sketch with Conversations. For the Use of Young Persons. With 6 engraved plates, iii + 175pp, 12mo, original cloth, partly faded, cloth chipped to head of spine, rear outer hinge split for most of its length, slightly shaken, name to front endpaper. First edition, Longmans & Co, London: Frederick May, Taunton: 1858. £22.00





  185. Monday (A.J), extracted by. Siraut (Mary), editor SOMERSET WILLS. v + 334pp, original cloth. Somerset Record Society Volume 89. Taunton: 2003. £12.00





  186. Pevsner (Nikolaus) SOUTH AND WEST SOMERSET. (Buildings of England Series) Illusts, double-page map, 394pp, original cloth, couple of short tears to lightly rubbed dustwrapper. First Edition, Penguin, Harmondsworth: 1958. £12.00





  187. Phelps (Rev. W) HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF SOMERSETSHIRE; being a General and Parochial Survey of that interesting County, to which is prefixed an Historical Introduction, with a Brief View of Ecclesiastical History; and an Account of the Druidical, Belgic-British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, and Norman Antiquities. Volume 1 part 4 only. With 4 plates, and woodcuts in the text, pages numbered 169-312pp, 4to, in the original printed wraps, spine chipped and lacks 1" from foot of spine. Printed for the Author. London: J.B. Nicholls, 1837. £18.00
    * Four volumes were projected but only the first two were published. This part includes:- part of Hundred of Norton Ferrers (Kilmington, Pen Selwood, Bratton-Seymour, etc); Hundred of Bruton (Brewham, Milton Clevedon, Pitcombe, Yarlington, etc.) part of Hundred of Horethorne (Milborne Port, Henstridge, etc.)





  188. Poole (Charles Henry) THE CUSTOMS SUPERSTITIONS AND LEGENDS OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET. Collected from various sources. 147pp, 12mo, original printed card covers. Second Edition, The Toucan Press, Guernsey: 1970. £6.00





  189. Scrase (Anthony J) and Hasler (Joan), editor WELLS CORPORATION PROPERTIES. 241pp, original cloth. Somerset Record Society. Volume 87. Taunton: 2002. £9.00





  190. Shillibeer (H.B) THE ANCIENT CUSTOMS OF THE MANOR OF TAUNTON DEANE; Collected from the Records of the Manor.... To which are prefixed, some Introductory Observations on Copyholds In General, and Remarks on Those of This Manor.... vii + 132 + xxixpp, unbound, untrimmed in the original unstitched sections, title and 3 leaves slightly dusty and marked, small hole and neat repair to last leaf. Printed by T. Parkhouse, Tiverton, for the Author: 1821. £8.00





  191. Smith (D.I), and Drew (D.P), compiled and edited by LIMESTONES AND CAVES OF THE MENDIP HILLS. With 36 plates, textual illusts, 424pp, dustwrapper. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, Published for The British Cave Research Association. 1975. £8.00





  192. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY Volume 29. Proceedings during the year 1883. New Series Vol. IX. Illusts, ix + 84 + 138pp, original wraps, slightly shaken, spine chipped, covers dusty. Taunton: J.F. Hammond, 1884. £26.00
    * Includes articles:- Barlinch Priory; Dolbury and Cadbury Camps, etc.





  193. Somersetshire Archaeological Society PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOMERSET ARCHAEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY Volume 148. Proceedings for 2004. Coloured and black and white illusts, 210pp, original pictorial card covers. Taunton: 2005. £8.00
    * Includes:- Medieval hamlets of Pykeash and Ash Boulogne; John Spreat steward at Chipley from 1680 to 1720; Keynsham Abbey excavations; Ecology in Somerset, etc.





  194. Somerset Year Book, edited by Douglas Macmillan. 1928. No XXVII (27). Illusts, adverts, 154pp, original printed wraps. Folk Press, London: 1928. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Taunton Pageant; Stuckeys Bank; Cheese of West Pennard; Weston-super-Mare; East Brent, etc.





  195. Somerset Year Book, edited by H.W. Fortescue Long SOMERSET YEAR BOOK. 1937. No 36. Illusts, adverts, 138pp, original printed wraps, small portion missing from foot of spine. The Society of Somerset Folk, Yeovil: 1937. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Frome; Hinton Priory; Balch. Cave Research in Somerset; Dove-Cotes in Somerset; Somerset Coins, etc.





  196. Ussher (W.A.E) THE GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTRY BETWEEN WELLINGTON AND CHARD Memoirs of the Geological Survey. Explanation of Sheet 311. With Contributions by H.B. Woodward and A.J. Jukes-Browne. Textual illusts, 68pp, recent paper wraps, with the title from the original wraps pasted onto top wrap. First edition, London: Printed for H.M.S.O. 1906. £18.00





  197. Vivian-Neal (Ralph) POUNDISFORD PARK Pitminster, Taunton, Somerset. Plan, coloured and black and white illusts, 10pp, original pictorial card covers. Acanthus Press, Wellington: c.1970. £4.00





  198. Webb (Adrian James), editor SOMERSET FREEHOLDERS LIST 1733. viii + 52pp, original pictorial card covers. Harry Galloway, Weston-super-Mare: 1999. £8.00





  199. Woodhams (Dowman), printer and publisher THE TWENTIETH CENTURY GUIDE to the Cathedral Church at ST. ANDREW, AT WELLS, the City, and Neigbourhood. Illusts, 68pp, 12mo, loose in the original printed card covers are covered with a transparent plastic, private label to top cover, front endpaper, later titled label on spine, old cellotape stains to front end rear inner hinges. Dowman Woodhams, Printed and Publisher, Wells: 1900. £6.00





  200. Wright (Peter Poyntz) THE PARISH CHURCH TOWERS OF SOMERSET. Their construction, craftsmanship and chronology 1350 - 1550. With a Foreword by The Rt. Revd. Abbot Aelred Watkin, Titular Abbot of Glastonbury. Plates and illusts, xi + 217pp, small folio, partly faded dustwrapper, signs where small label removed from front pastedown. Avebury Publishing Company: 1981. £10.00


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  201. Baker (T.H) NOTES ON ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH AND PARISH. With 3 plates, viii + 167pp, prelims and rear endpapers browned and spotty, original cloth, inner hinges cracked though sound, short split to top outer hinge. Salisbury: Brown and Co., 1906. £14.00
    * St. Martins church is in Salisbury.





  202. Clanchy (M.T), editor CIVIL PLEAS OF THE WILTSHIRE EYRE, 1249 viii + 214pp, original cloth. Impression of 500 Copies. Volume 26, Wiltshire Record Society, Devizes: 1971. £12.00





  203. Crabbe (Rev. George), Trowbridge THE CHURCH RESTORED, Including by permission, The Church, a Poem, by The Rev. George Crabbe, L.L.B. late Rector of Trowbridge, Wilts. With 7 steel engravings, iv + 49pp, sm 4to, original partly faded cloth, lacks portions of spine, front inner hinge cracked, ex-lib labels and tear to front endpaper, there are no stamps. London: John Murray, 1848. £9.00
    * Includes a short history of Trowbridge and its charities.





  204. Daniell (J.J) THE HISTORY OF WARMINSTER. With a view of the Town & Neighbourhood in 1879. Illusts., xi + 237pp, original printed wraps, partly faded, and slightly rubbed to head and foot of spine, prelims lightly foxed, small ownership label to front endpaper. Second Edition. Warminster: Journal Office. (1879) £12.00 --- See sample text





  205. Elrington (C.R), editor ABSTRACTS OF FEET OF FINES RELATING TO WILTSHIRE For the Reign of Edward III. viii + 224pp, original cloth. Impression of 425 Copies. Volume 29. Wiltshire Records. Devizes: 1974. £8.00





  206. Gillman's GILLMAN'S DEVIZES PUBLIC REGISTER and Business Directory, for 1889. Thirty-First Year of Publication. 187 + (1)pp, includes numerous adverts, 12mo, original printed wraps, ex-lib., with stamp to top wrap, spine darkened and foot slightly chipped,top hinge partly split. G. Gillman, Devizes. 1889. £18.00





  207. Harris (David), editor CROFTON BEAM ENGINES. The story of Crofton Pumping Station on the Kennet and Avon Canal. Illusts, map, 22pp, original printed card covers. The Crofton Society, 1975. £4.00





  208. Haskins (Charles) THE SALISBURY CORPORATION PICTURES AND PLATE. With 10 plates, xxii + 227 + (11)pp, original cloth, includes a 10 page list of subscribers. Salisbury: Bennett Brothers. 1910. £8.00





  209. Heytesbury Hospital SCHEME FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND REGULATION OF HEYTESBURY HOSPITAL, and the Application of the Income Thereof, Approved by Order of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division. Dated the 15th April, 1880. 20pp, original cloth covers, with original paper label on top board, front inner hinge broken. London: Roworth and Sons, 1880. £15.00





  210. Howells (Jane) and Newman (Ruth), editor WILLIAM SMALL'S CHERISHED MEMORIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. Frontis, illust, lxvii + 160pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. Volume 64. Wiltshire Record Society, Chippenham: 2011. £8.00





  211. Kerridge (Eric), editor SURVEYS OF THE MANORS OF PHILIP, FIRST EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY 1631-2. xiv + 178pp, original cloth, Impression of 300 Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 9, Devizes: 1953. £9.00
    * The manors are:- Bulbridge, Washerne, South Ugford, Broad Chalke, Dinton, Teffont, Fovany, Fugglestone, Netherhampton, Stanton St. Bernard, Stoke Farthing, West Overton, Wilton, Wylye, Alvediston, Barford, Bishopstone, Chilmark, Ridge, Flamston, Burcombe, South and North Ugfor.





  212. Lees (Hilary) HALLOWED GROUND The Churchyards of Wiltshire. Illusts, 136pp, original pictorial card covers. Picton Publish, Chippenham: 1996. £5.00





  213. Malden (A.R) THE CANONIZATION OF SAINT OSMUND From the Manuscript Records in the Muniment Room of Salisbury Cathedral. Edited with an Introduction Notes and Appendices. Plate, 267pp, original cloth, ex-lib., with number to foot of spine, labels to front endpapers, stamp to verso of title, front inner hinge slightly weak. Salisbury: Bennett Brothers. 1901. £18.00





  214. Masters (W. Caldwell) SOME NOTES ON THE ANCIENT CHURCH OF ST. LEONARD, STANTON FITZWARREN, WILTS: And Otherwise. viii + 49 + (ii)pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, contemporary inscription to front pastedown, signs where labels removed from front endpaper, number stamped to title-page and front endpaper. London & Oxford: A.R. Mowbray & Co Ltd. 1913. £10.00





  215. Mee (Arthur) WILTSHIRE. Cradle of Our Civilisation. Plates, xi + 404pp, lacks dustwrapper, covers partly faded, presentation inscription to front endpaper, inner hinges slightly weak. Reprinted, Hodder and Stoughton, London: 1948. £4.00





  216. Mohen (John-Pierre) STANDING STONES. Stonehenge, Carnac, and the World of Megaliths. Coloured illusts, diagrams, plans, 175pp, sm 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Thames and Hudson, London: 1999. £4.00





  217. Phillimore's Parish Register Series THE MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF HEYTESBURY. 1654 to 1837. Pages numbered 97 to 124, original cloth with paper label on top board. Phillimore. (1910) £10.00





  218. Reeves (Marjorie), and Morrison (Jean), editor THE DIARIES OF JEFFERY WHITAKER SCHOOLMASTER OF BRATTON, 1739 - 1741. Illusts, folding map, lxiv + 117pp, original cloth, very slightly rubbed to edges, small private ownership label to front endpaper. Impression of 500 Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 44. Trowbridge: 1989. £12.00





  219. Ross (Christopher) THE CANONS OF SALISBURY A record of the dignatories, prebendaries, and office holders and their place in the Quire of Salisbury Cathedral. vii + 245pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers, name to title-page. Loosely inserted are Addenda and Amendments from 1 January to 31 December 2000, 5pp and Addenda to 20 June 2000, 3pp. Salisbury Cathedral: 2000 £15.00





  220. Shrewton Charities RETURN AND DIGEST OF ENDOWED CHARITIES... PARISH OF SHREWTON. Folio, 13pp, stitched as issued, small stamp to top leaf. Ordered by The House of Commons, to be Printed 11 August 1904. £8.00





  221. Smith (Betty) OUR WILTSHIRE VILLAGE. STEEPLE ASHTON. Illustrated by Alan Andrew. Plan, line drawings and coloured plates, 156pp, oblong 8vo, short tear to rear of dustwrapper. Alan Sutton. Gloucester: 1989. £8.00





  222. Stead (I.M) THE SALISBURY HOARD. Illusts, plans, coloured plates, 160pp, original pictorial card covers. Tempus, Stroud: 2000. £4.00





  223. [Stokes (Ethel)] ABSTRACTS OF WILTSHIRE INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM, Returned into the Court of Chancery in the Reign of King Edward III. A.D. 1327 - 1377. iv + 461pp, in the original 6 parts and in the original wrappers, couple of spines slightly chipped, waterstaining to top margins of two parts, spotting to one top wrap. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Devizes: 1909-1914. £8.00





  224. Victoria County History, edited by R.B. Pugh and E. Crittall. THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF WILTSHIRE Volume 3. Plates and maps, xix + 424pp, small folio, original cloth, ex-lib., with label to front endpaper, small stamp and short ink note to foot of title-page. Reprinted, Dawson for the University of London Institute of Historical research, Folkestone: 1989. £20.00
    * Covers the Ecclesiastical history of the county.





  225. Watkin (Bruce) A HISTORY OF WILTSHIRE. Cartography and Illustrations by Jacqueline McCain and Tom Murrow. Maps, plates, textual illusts, 128pp, dustwrapper. Darwen Finlayson, Beaconsfield: 1989. £4.00





  226. Williams (Barrie), editor THE SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS OF BISHOPS TOUNSON AND DAVENANT 1620-40. viii + 122pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded. Impression of 425 Copies. Volume 32, Wiltshire Record Society, Devizes: 1977. £4.00





  227. Wilton REPORT ON THE CORPORATION OF WILTON, (Wiltshire.) Title and pages numbered 1398-1402, complete, extracted from a larger work, folio, disbound. House of Commons, London: 1835. £14.00
    * Sections of the Report cover:- History; Courts; Corporate Body; Police; Revenue, etc.





  228. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 7. Plates and plans some of which are folding, iv + 334p, contemporary half calf, marbled boards, and endpapers, lacks 2" from head of spine, and with crack to calf between raised bands, outer hinges split, inner hinges partly cracked. Devizes: Henry Bull, 1862. £7.00
    * Includes articles:- Silbury; Roman Villa at North Wraxhall; Flora of Wiltshire; Marlborough; and Swindon, etc.





  229. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 25. Plates and plans some of which are folding, iv + 364pp, early half calf, raised bands, spine gilt tooled, marbled boards, endpapers, and page edges, top boards loose, rear outer hinge partly cracked. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, 1890-1891. £18.00
    * Includes articles:- James Ley. Earl of Marlborough; Edington Church; Roman Remains at Hannington Wick; Geology of Devizes; Excavations at Rotherley, Woodcuts and Bokerly Dyke, etc.





  230. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 28. No LXXXV. Plates, pages numbered 279-366pp, original printed wraps, partly faded, portions chipped from foot of spine. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, June, 1896. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Fall of the Wiltshire Monasteries; Lacock Church, etc.





  231. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 39. No CXXIV. Plates, pages numbered 319-432, lacks wraps. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, December, 1916. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Relation of the Bishops and the Citizens of Salisbury; Forgotten Hospital at Bedwyn; Original Bederoll of the Salisbury Tailors' Guild, etc.





  232. Wiltshire Family History Society WILTSHIRE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY Nos 51, 52 and 54-60 inclusive. 9 issues in all. Original printed wraps, numbered in ink on top wrap. October 1993 - January 1996. £8.00





  233. Wiltshire Family History Society THE BISHOP'S TRANSCRIPTS AND PARISH REGISTERS OF NORTH BRADLEY. BAPTISMS Part 2. 1767-1837. 68pp, small folio, original printed wraps, clip-on plastic spine, few pages slightly creased. Wiltshire Family History Society, 1990. £8.00





  234. Wiltshire Folklife WILTSHIRE FOLKLIFE Volume One, No 2, Summer 1977. Illusts, diagrams, 48pp, original pictorial card covers, few small spots to prelims. Wiltshire Folk Life Society, 1977. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Early Furniture in Wiltshire Churches II; Smocks in South Wiltshire Museum; An Avon Valley Furze House; Dovecots, etc.





  235. Wiltshire Folklife WILTSHIRE FOLKLIFE Volume One, No 3, Autumn 1977. Illusts, diagrams, 54pp, original printed card covers. Wiltshire Folk Life Society, 1977. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Devizes Wharf; Mystical Topography; Wilton Sheep Fair; Folklore of Cley Hill; Wiltshire Farm Buildings, etc.





  236. Woodruffe (Brian J) WILTSHIRE VILLAGES Double-page map, illusts, 208pp, lacks dustwrapper, small private ownership label to front endpaper. Robert Hale, London: 1982. £4.00


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  237. Alford (D.P) A TALE OF TRESCO, AND THE TAVISTOCK CHIMES, and Other Poems, Mostly of the West Country. 72pp, 12mo, original cloth. Tavistock: T.W. Greenfield, London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1894. £12.00





  238. Allsop (Niall) IMAGES OF THE KENNET & AVON 100 Years in Camera. Bristol to Bradford-on-Avon. Maps, numerous illusts, original pictorial card covers, bookplate to verso of top cover. Redcliffe Press, Bristol: 1987. £5.00





  239. Aston (Michael) and Iles (Rob) THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF AVON A Review from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages. Maps, diagrams, illusts, xi + 191pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Avon County Council. Bristol: c.1986. £8.00





  240. Birch (Clive) THE BOOK OF BEACONSFIELD. Cr 4to, 148pp, dustwrapper. Includes 1 page list of subscribers. Second Edition. Barracuda Books, Buckingham: 1982. £5.00





  241. Brett (Colin J), editor CROWN REVENUES FROM SOMERSET AND DORSET, 1605 333pp, original cloth, in a pocket at the rear is an accompanying CD. Somerset Record Society Volume 96. Printed for Subscribers Only. 2012. £16.00





  242. Chope (R. Pearse), editor EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. Illusts, folding map, xii + 339pp, early half calf, marbled boards, ex-lib with labels to boards, and front pastedown, no stamps, prelims spotty. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1918. £15.00
    * Includes extracts from Leland, Shaw, Maton, Marshall, Defoe, etc. This volume forms Part II of vol IX of Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries.





  243. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 18. Part 2 of 8 only. With 2 plates, 49-96pp, original wraps. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: April, 1934. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Great-Haldon Duel, 1833; Pyle family of Talaton; Exeter Memorials in Surrey; Old Church Needlework at Marlborough, near Kingsbridge, etc.





  244. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 18. From January 1934 to October 1935. In the original 8 parts, with 20 plates, 392pp, some fading to original wraps, one spine partly damaged, few small tears to wraps. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: 1934-1935. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- 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; Hugh de Courtenay, etc.





  245. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 21. Part 4, October, 1940. Pages numbered 145-192pp, original wraps partly faded. James Townsend & Sons, Exeter: 1940. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Richard Rowe of Plymouth a 15th century sea-dog; Ferrers of Beer, etc.





  246. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 21. Part 5, January, 1941. Pages numbered 193-240pp, original wraps loose, partly faded, and spine ragged. James Townsend & Sons, Exeter: 1940. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Torrington; Ferrers of Cornwall, etc.





  247. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 27. Part 3 of 12 only. Plate, pages numbered 65-80, complete, original printed wraps, private library stamp to top wrap. Exeter: James Townsend, July, 1956. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Llanivery Crosses; Rectors of Down Saint Mary; Wreck of the "Postilion", 1732, etc.





  248. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 28. From January 1959 to October 1961. Illusts, 339pp, later cloth, ex-lib. with number to base of spine, label to front pastedown, and occasional stamp. Exeter: James Townsend, 1959-1961. £30.00
    * Includes articles:- Cornish Volunteers; Sampford Peverell Church; Northcott family; Eveleigh family; Berry Tower, Bodmin; Mortehoe; Rectors of Beaworthy; Battle of Posbury; Totnes, etc.





  249. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 28. Part 8 of 11 only. Pages numbered 225-240, complete, original printed wraps. James Townsend, Exeter: October, 1960. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Cornish Crosses; Cornish Family of Tin-bounders; Arms in S. Catherine's Church, Whitestone, etc.





  250. Earle (Peter) MONMOUTH'S REBELS. The Road to Sedgemoor 1685. Plates and textual illusts, xi + 236pp, few tears to partly creased dustwrapper. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1977. £8.00





  251. Elton (Margaret) ANNALS OF THE ELTON FAMILY Bristol Merchants & Somerset Landowners. Illusts, xii + 258pp, dustwrapper. Alan Sutton, Stroud: 1994. £28.00





  252. Exmoor Society THE EXMOOR REVIEW. 1995. The Journal of the Exmoor Society. Volume 36. Illusts, some in colour, maps, adverts, 100pp, original pictorial covers. The Exmoor Society, Dulverton: 1995. £4.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset. Includes:- Margaret Drabble on Exmoor; Wartime in Withypool; The Allens of Stogumber; Early Education in Brushford, etc.





  253. Exmoor Society THE EXMOOR REVIEW. 1999. The Journal of the Exmoor Society. Volume 40. Illusts, some in colour, maps, adverts, 96pp, original pictorial covers. The Exmoor Society, Dulverton: 1999. £4.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset. Includes:- Exmoor and Quantocks Deer Research; Sker House; St Mary Magdelene, Exford, etc.





  254. Gillig (Charles Alvin) CHARLES ALVIN GILLIG'S LONDON GUIDE. Thirteenth Edition. Frontis, illusts in the text, adverts, 254pp, 12mo, few spots to the original pictorial cloth, partly faded to edges. Charles Alvin Gillig, London: (1898) £16.00





  255. Goodman (Kent) CHALK FIGURES OF WESSEX. Illusts, double-page map, 29pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted Wessex Books, 2000. £4.00





  256. Gray (Irvine) and Ralph (Elizabeth) GUIDE TO THE PARISH RECORDS OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL AND THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. Frontis, xxviii + (ii) + 315pp, original cloth. Printed for the Records Section of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. 1963. £4.00





  257. Great Western Railway SEASON 1926 HOLIDAY HAUNTS in England, Wales and Channel Islands. The Official Guide to the Holiday Resorts served by the G.W.R. with particulars of accommodation for holiday-makers and travellers generally. Numerous illusts, adverts, maps, including folding map in pocket at rear, 910pp, original wraps, are slightly dusty, to wrap ragged to edges, with short tear, and top hinge partly split. Great Western Railway, Paddington, London: 1926. £10.00





  258. Grinsell (L.V) THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF EXMOOR. Bideford Bay to Bridgwater. Plates, maps, textual illusts, 242pp, dustwrapper. First edition, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1970. £5.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  259. Higham (Robert), editor LANDSCAPE AND TOWNSCAPE IN THE SOUTH WEST. Maps, illusts, 130pp, original pictorial card covers. University of Exeter, 1989. £5.00





  260. 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. £12.00





  261. Kelly's KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF BERKSHIRE, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE AND OXFORDSHIRE, 1935. Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire are on one map, lacks the map of Berkshire, xix + 450 + vi + 435 + iv + 449pp, last leaf loose and creased, original cloth, inner hinges pulled, cloth slightly dusty, spine darkened, couple of short snags to head of spine. Kelly's Directories Ltd., London: 1935. £30.00





  262. 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. £75.00





  263. Lauder (Rosemary Anne) EXMOOR TRAVELLERS. Black and white plates, map endpapers, ix + 142pp, oblong 4to, dustwrapper. Alan Sutton, Stroud: 1993. £10.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead, in Somerset.





  264. Leech (Joseph), Edited with an introduction by Alan Sutton. RURAL RIDES OF THE BRISTOL CHURCHGOER. Illusts, folding map, xxvi + 326pp, original pictorial card covers are covered with a transparent plastic sheet. Originally published in 3 vols, 1845 - 1851. Alan Sutton, Gloucester: 1982. £8.00





  265. Lees-Milne (James) THE VYNE Hampshire. Plan, pedigree, 47pp, tall 8vo, original pictorial card covers, few spots to foot of title-page. The National Trust, 1981. £4.00





  266. Lewes (George Henry) SEA-SIDE STUDIES at Ilfracombe, Tenby, The Scilly Isles, & Jersey. With Illustrations. With 7 plates, x + 428pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed, " split to head of rear outer hinge, small portion missing from fore-edge margin of frontis, Cornwall Record Office stamp to front endpaper, and number to base of spine. Second Edition, William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London: 1860. £35.00 --- See sample text
    * With the bookplate of John Davies Enys. 'I have endeavoured to furnish the visitor to the sea-side with plain directions, by means of which he may study and enjoy the marvels of ocean life.... ' Preface.





  267. Lord (N.E. & R.V) "THE SPIRIT OF EXMOOR" A nostalgic look written and illustrated by. Text drawings, 96pp, 4to, original decorative wraps, plastic spiral binding. Norman E. Lord, South Molton (1981) £12.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  268. MacDermot (Edward T) THE HISTORY OF THE FOREST OF EXMOOR. Revised Edition with introduction by R.J. Sellick. Maps and illusts, xii + 480pp, roy, 8vo, dustwrapper. Devon and Charles Reprints, Newton Abbot: 1973. £5.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  269. Maddison (Arthur) THE WEST COUNTRY'S MARITIME STORY. Coloured and black and white illusts, 84pp, original pictorial card covers. Heritage Publications, Tavistock: 1982. £4.00





  270. Markale (Jean) KING ARTHUR: KING OF KINGS. Translated by Christine Hauch. 242pp, couple of short rears to dustwrapper. Gordon and Cremonesi, London: (1977) £5.00





  271. Matthews (G.F), editor SHROPSHIRE PROBATES in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. 1700-1749. 68 + 1 page of publisher's adverts, uncut, in the original wraps. Issued to Subscribers, Privately Printed, Camberley: 1928. £5.00
    * Dated 1928 on the title-page and July 1929 on the top wrap.





  272. Monmouthshire County Council. A BILL TO CONFER FURTHER POWERS ON THE MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, 1954-55, Acts of Parliament 1954-1956 to confer further powers on the Monmouthshire County Council.... in relation to lands and highways.... improvement health and finances of the county.....and Minutes of Evidence to Select Committee of the House of Lords, etc. With pamphlets and petitions from National Federation of the Building Trade.... Petition of the Newport Butchers and Cattle Dealers.... 32 items in total, includes the Bill, and 3 copies of the Act as it was amended, as well as petitions, relevant pamphlets and reports. Several hundred pages, folio, some spotting to the original cloth. 1954-1956. £25.00





  273. Morris's MORRIS'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY LONDON Suburban, Provincial and Foreign Trade Guide 1926. Sixty-Fourth Edition. x + 1503pp, 4to, original cloth, rubbed to edges, few marks to boards, inner hinges weak. London: J.R. Stacey, 1926. £65.00





  274. Mowl (Timothy) WILLIAM BECKFORD Composing for Mozart. Plates, xii + 324pp, dustwrapper. John Murray, London: 1998. £8.00
    * Beckford built Fonthill Abbey in Wiltshire and Lansdown Tower in Bath.





  275. Murray's HANDBOOK FOR DEVON AND CORNWALL (1859). With large folding map, lvi + 293 pages, dustwrapper. Reprinted, Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1971. £8.00





  276. Musgrave (William) ANTIQUITATUM BRITANNO - BELGICARUM, Volumen Quartum; (Quod Tribus ante editis est Appendix:) With an engraved dedication and 4 engraved plates, 3 of which are folding, 81 + (12)pp, disbound. Typis Geo. Bishop, Iscae Dunmoniorum. (Exeter): 1720. £45.00
    * This was issued as a supplement to "Antiquitates Britanno-Belgicae". "Belga" covers parts of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Dorset.





  277. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN CAMBRIDGE IN 1873. Cambridge section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 42pp, disbound. First edition, London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswode for H.M.S.O. 1875. £5.00





  278. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN LEICESTER IN 1873. Leicestershire section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 32pp, disbound, occasional light spotting mainly to margins. First edition, London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswode for H.M.S.O. 1875. £10.00





  279. 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. First edition, London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswode for H.M.S.O. 1875. £8.00





  280. Page (Philip), Atherton (Kate) and Hardy (Alan) BARENTIN'S MANOR Excavations of the Moated Manor at Harding's Field, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire 1976-9. Many diagrams, plans, tables, coloured plates, xvii + 198pp, 4to, original pictorial laminated boards. Oxford University School of Archaeology, Oxford: 2005. £15.00





  281. Paterson (L.J) "ONLY THIRTY BIRTHDAYS" British Marine Mutual, 1876 to 1996. Coloured and black and white illusts, 116pp, roy 8vo, dustwrapper, presentation inscription on front endpaper. British Marine Mutual Insurance Association, 1996. £10.00





  282. Poynton (Rev. F.J) PEDIGREE OF GIBBES OF BEDMINSTER AND BRISTOL. Allied to Harington of Kelston, Somerset. Coat of Arms, 8pp, 4to, original plain wraps, lacks wraps. c.1880. £10.00





  283. Pugh (Ronald & Margaret), editors THE DIOCESE BOOKS OF SAMUEL WILBERFORCE. xvi + 432pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. Volume 66. The Oxfordshire Record Society, 2008. £8.00





  284. Putterill (Jack), (Vicar of Thaxted) FOLK DANCING AND RELIGION. 8pp, original pictorial card covers. Printed by E. & E. Plumridge, Linton: c. 196- £5.00





  285. Raistrick (Arthur) TWO CENTURIES OF INDUSTRIAL WELFARE: The London (Quaker) Lead Company 1692 - 1905. The Social Policy and Work of the "Governor and Company for Smelting down Lead with Pit Coal and Sea Coal", mainly in Alston Moor and the Pennines. With 15 plates and 6 line drawings, 168pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper, inscription to front endpaper. Revised Second Edition, Moorland Publishing Company, Buxton: 1977. £10.00





  286. Ravenhill (Mary R) and Rowe (Margery M), editors THE ACLAND FAMILY: Maps and Surveys 1720-1840. Coloured and blank and white plates, map, xv + 154pp, oblong 4to, original pictorial card covers. Devon and Cornwall Record Society, Exeter: 2006. £9.00
    * The Aclands owned property in Cornwall, Devon and Somerset.





  287. 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





  288. 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. £6.00





  289. Riley (Hazel) and Wilson-North (Robert) THE FIELD ARCHAEOLOGY OF EXMOOR. Coloured and black and white illusts, plans, xii + 192pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. English Heritage, Swindon: 2001. £7.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  290. 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. £4.00





  291. Robinson (W.J) WEST COUNTRY MANORS. Illusts, vi + 208pp, includes a 2pp list of subscribers, original cloth slightly dull, cloth lightly rubbed to edges, front inner hinge weak, two early ownership names to front endpaper. Bristol: St. Peter's Press, 1930. £12.00 --- See sample text
    * Covers 50 manors mainly in Gloucestershire, Somerset, and Wiltshire. Includes chapters and illustrations of Ashton Court; Butcombe Court; Iron Acton Court; Nailsea Court; Tyntesfield, Longleat House, etc.





  292. Seede-Parker (Edward Milward) GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA RELATING TO THE FAMILY OF SEEDE, of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Frontis, 16pp, 4to, in the original, slightly ragged wraps, with the top wrap loose. Mitchell and Hughes, London: 1890. £8.00
    * The family resided at Tetbury, Upton Cheyney, Bitton, Bisley, Rodborough, Stroud, Bristol, and Castlecombe.





  293. Smyth (John) NOTES ON CORNWALL AND NORTH DEVON. Rhyming Records of Recent Rambles. 108pp, sm 8vo, original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, page edges gilt. John Warren, Royston: and Paternoster and Hales, Hitchin: 1877. £14.00





  294. Somerset and Dorset and Dorset, editors Frederic William Weaver and Charles Herbert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET. Volume 7. Illusts, 378pp, untrimmed in early cloth, leather label on spine slightly rubbed. Sherborne: J.C. and A.T. Sawtell. 1901. £16.00
    * Includes articles:- Poole Deeds; Roman villa, Brislington; Northover Register; Stone and Catash Hundred; Coker of Dorset; Dyke family; Riot at Dorchester; Somerset Dialect; Dorset Alehouse-Keepers and Tipplers; Heraldry of Tombs in Nunney Church; Highmore Family; Loders Church, etc.





  295. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors Frederic William Weaver and Charles Herbert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 7. Illusts, iv + 378pp, untrimmed in early cloth. Sherborne: J.C. and A.T. Sawtell, March 1900 - December 1901. £16.00
    * Includes articles:- Poole Deeds; Roman villa, Brislington; Northover Register; Stone and Catash Hundred; Coker of Dorset; Dyke family; Riot at Dorchester, etc.





  296. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors G.W. Saunders and Joseph Fowler NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET. Volume 24. 16 parts of 17. 16 parts in the original printed wraps, one top wrap dusty, lacks part CCXVII (217). Sherborne: Sawtell March 1943 - December 1946. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Manor of Tarrant Gunville; Payne family; Cloth Trade in Somerset; Dorset Wills; Kennet and Avon Canal; Dr, Claver Morris; Clare family, etc.





  297. Somerset and Dorset NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 26. Index. 12pp, original wraps. Sherborne: Sawtells, 1955. £4.00





  298. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors D.M.M. Shorrocks and G.J. Davies NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 32. Part 325. Pages numbered:- 569-604, original printed wraps. Creeds, Bridport: 1987. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- "Invasion" at Weymouth, 1804; Wells' Inns; The Belets; Ship Inn, Porlock, etc.





  299. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors D.M.M. Shorrocks and others NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 35. Part 353 only. 48pp, original printed wraps. Creeds, Bridport: 2001. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Peirs family of Wells; Nonconformist Taylors of Bridport; John Fitzgerald Pennie, etc.





  300. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors D.M.M. Shorrocks and others NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 35. Part 354 only. Pages numbered 49-92, original printed wraps. Creeds, Bridport: 2001. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Bishops Palace, Wells; Durnovaria, the Roman Name of Dorchester; Rodden Church in 1832, etc.





  301. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editor G.J. Davies NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 35. Part 356 only. Pages numbered 137-184, original printed wraps. Creeds, Bridport: 2002. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Mystery of Mellifont Abbey; Robert Gambier at Stinsford; Seaside mesmerism, etc.





  302. Strong (W), Collings (E) etc., publishers THE WEST OF ENGLAND JOURNAL of Science and Literature. Nos. I. II. III. IV. and V. 1835-6. With a coloured folding geological map of Portishead, a plate of the Giant's Cave Clifton and one other folding plate, a few textual illusts, 376 + 254pp, early half calf, cloth boards, new calf spine, with the original calf label on the spine. Slight water staining mainly affecting outer margin of map, and corners to a few prelims, few spots to map and prelims, original owner's (?) name and address in ink to title-page. 5 parts bound in 1. ALL PUBLISHED. Bristol: W. Strong, E. Collings, Bath: 1836. £60.00
    * As well as articles of a general nature, many of them of geological interest, it also contains several articles of local interest including a catalogue of plants in the neighbourhood of Bristol and articles on the Geology of Portishead, and the Giant's Cave, Clifton. See Green's Bibliotheca Somersetensis. Vol 3, p381.





  303. Styan (K.E) HISTORY OF SEPULCHRAL CROSS-SLABS. With reference to other emblems found thereon. With Notes and Illustrations of examples found in the British Isles. With 71 plates, 45pp, original cloth. Bemrose and Sons, London: 1902. £15.00





  304. Taylor (John) ANTIQUARIAN ESSAYS Contributed to the "Saturday Review." With a Memoir of William George and Portrait. liv + 383pp, untrimmed in the original qtr. parchment, covers lightly rubbed, endpapers foxed, spine darkened and spotty, page edges darkened and endpapers spotty. LIMITED TO 180 NUMBERED COPIES. Bristol: W. Crofton Hemmons, 1895. £10.00
    * Includes articles on Chepstow, Berkeley, Cleeve Abbey, House of Fortescue, Thornbury Castle, etc.





  305. Taylor (Royston F), editor CALENDAR OF THE COURT BOOKS OF THE BOROUGH OF NEW WOODSTOCK 1588-1595. l + 158pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. Volume 63. The Oxfordshire Record Society, 2002. £8.00





  306. Way (R.P) ANTIQUE DEALER 207pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. Reprinted, Michael Joseph, London: 1957. £5.00
    * Way's autobiography where he relates his dealings in antiques in and around Bath and Bristol for 40 years.





  307. Weaver (Frederic Weaver), editor THE VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE. Made by Robert Cooke, Clarencieus In 1569. viii + 107pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, portion torn from spine, partly affecting lettering, neatly repaired with a new portion of cloth. Exeter: Printed for the Editor by W. Pollard, 1885. £70.00





  308. 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, lacks top wrap, lacks portions of spine. London: H.M.S.O. 1948. £4.00





  309. Whistler (Laurence) THE ENGLISH FOLK FESTIVALS. Illusts, 241pp, slightly dull original cloth, lacks dustwrapper, old price to front endpaper. Reprinted William Heinemann, London: 1947. £7.00





  310. Windle (Bertam C.A) REMAINS OF THE PREHISTORIC AGE IN ENGLAND. (Antiquary's Book Series.) Illustrated by Edith Mary Windle. xv + 320pp + 40pp of publisher's adverts, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges and outer hinges, light spotting to prelims and fore-edges, publisher's adverts foxed. First Edition, Methuen & Co. 1904. £15.00

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