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    Bristol





  1. Bantock (Anton), drawn by BEDMINSTER'S VICTORIAN HERITAGE. The 19th Century Buildings and Street Furniture of Bristol's Famous Suburb. Illusts, 28pp, original pictorial paper covers. A Malago Society Publication, Bristol: c.1995. £12.00





  2. Barker (Kathleen) EARLY MUSIC HALL IN BRISTOL. Illusts, 20pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch the Historical Association, 1979. £4.00





  3. Bartlett (John) and Penny (John) BRISTOL'S VANISHED GEORGIAN ARMOURY and the Development of Armory Square, Easton. Plans, illusts, 22 leaves printed on one side only, 4to, with a plastic clip on spine. Fishponds Local History Society, Bristol: 2000. £14.00





  4. Bartlett (John) FISHPONDS (Images of England) Illusts, 128pp, original pictorial card covers. Tempus Publishing, Stroud: 2004. £7.00





  5. Beddow (Neil), editor AT HOME ON THE SLOPES A history of Hartcliffe and Withywood. Illusts, 129pp, original pictorial card covers. ACTA Community Theatre, 2002. £12.00





  6. Beeson (Anthony) BRISTOL CENTRAL LIBRARY AND CHARLES HOLDEN. A History and Guide. Illusts, some in colour, 56pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 2006. £12.00





  7. Belsey (James) and Harrison (David) IMAGES OF BRISTOL. Victorian Photographs at Work 1850-1910. 102pp, sm. 4to, original decorative card covers. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 1987. £10.00





  8. Bettey (J.H), editor CALENDAR OF THE CORRESPONDENCE OF THE SMYTH FAMILY OF ASHTON COURT 1548 - 1642. xxvi + 217pp, original cloth. Volume 35. Bristol Record Society. 1982. £12.00





  9. Brace (Keith) PORTRAIT OF BRISTOL. Photographs by W.E. Hall, 208pp, spine faded to dustwrapper, inscription on front endpaper. Robert Hale, London: 1971. £4.00





  10. Braine (A) HISTORY OF KINGSWOOD FOREST including all the Ancient Manors & Villages in the Neighbourhood. Folding map, xxiv + 288 + [xii]pp, few short tears and stain to top of dustwrapper, this slightly affecting cloth on top board, internally sound. Originally published 1891. Reprint, Bath: Kingsmead Bookshop, 1969. £14.00





  11. Brierley (Lorna) and Reid (Helen) GO HOME AND DO THE WASHING. Three centuries of Pioneering Women. Illusts, 166pp, original card covers. Broadcast, Bristol: 2000. £5.00





  12. Bristol & Avon Family History Society BRISTOL MARRIAGES 1800-1837. Part Six. St. Paul's. Map, 328pp, card covers. Bristol & Avon Family History Society, 1987. £8.00





  13. Brown (Peter) LANDMARKS OF OLD FISHPONDS. (Part Two) Illusts, 28pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol: 1991. £6.00





  14. Brown (Peter) MEMORIES OF A WARTIME CHILDHOOD IN FISHPONDS. Double-page plan of Railway Layout at Fishponds, 24pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted, Bristol: 1993. £6.00





  15. Brown (Peter), illustrated by Arthur Hardy LANDMARKS OF OLD FISHPONDS. Illusts, double-page, 32pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted, Bristol: 1990. £6.00





  16. Cheesley (David) BRISTOL TRANSPORT. (Archive Photographs Series) Numerous illusts, 128pp, original pictorial card covers. Chalford Publishing, 1998. £9.00





  17. Costello (Kieran) and Burley (Richard) CHARITY ON CAMERA IN EDWARDIAN BRISTOL. A photographic survey of the city properties of the Bristol Municipal Charities, 1906. Illusts, 116pp, dustwrapper. Breedon Books, Derby: 1997. £7.00





  18. Cottrell (Kathleen L) ANTHONY PURVER QUAKER. Illusts, map, 26pp, original pictorial card covers. Printed by Fyson & Co., Ltd., (1988) £5.00
    * Anthony Purver, a Quaker Minister, came to Frenchay in 1737 and remained until 1758.





  19. Downend Local History Society MANGOTSFIELD PAST Memories of Downend, Staple Hill, and Mangotsfield. Maps, illusts, 88pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers, name to verso of top cover. Downend Local History Society, 1983. £7.00





  20. Editorial Division of Bennett Associates THE HEIRLOOM. The Stories of John Harvey & Sons Ltd., and their Whitchurch Project at Bristol. Illusts, 32pp, original pictorial card covers, top cover slightly creased. John Harvey & Sons, Bristol: 1960. £8.00





  21. Elliott (George) & Snell (John) STORIES OF KINGS CHASE (Kingswood). Volume 2. Illusts, 80pp, original pictorial card covers, inscription scored through on title-page. John Snell, Bristol: n.d. £6.00





  22. Greenacre (Francis) and Stoddard (Sheena) THE BRISTOL LANDSCAPE. The Watercolours of Samuel Jackson 1794-1869. Map endpapers, 77 coloured plates, 112pp, oblong 8vo, original decorative laminated boards. City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, 1986. £9.00





  23. Henrywood (R.K) BRISTOL POTTERS 1775-1906. Illusts, 96pp, dustwrapper. Redcliffe, Bristol: 1992. £5.00





  24. Howell (Brian) THE POLICE FORCE IN LATE VICTORIAN BRISTOL. Illusts, 29pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1989. £5.00





  25. Jenks (Stuart) ROBERT STURMY'S COMMERCIAL EXPEDITION TO THE MEDITERRANEAN (1457/8) With Editions of the Trial of the Genoeses before King and Council and of other sources. Folding frontis, (xii) + 191pp, dustwrapper. Volume 58, Bristol Record Society, 2006. £12.00





  26. Jenner (Mike), Elkin (Paul), and others POST-WAR BRISTOL 1945-1965. Illusts, 144pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, Bristol: 2000. £12.00





  27. Jones (Joshua) FURTHER REPORT ON THE ACCOUNTS OF THE CORPORATION OF BRISTOL, as the late Governors of QUEEN ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL. 177 + viipp, roy 8vo, unlettered cloth-backed boards, lightly rubbed. Bristol: Thomas and Henry James Mills, 1840. £16.00





  28. King (Roy) THE POOR FABRICATORS An introduction to the History of Trade Unions in Kingswood. No 3 in the Kingswood History Series. Illusts, 16pp, original pictorial card covers. Kingswood Borough Council, 1988. £4.00





  29. Large (David), editor THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF BRISTOL 1851 - 1901. 184pp, original cloth. Volume 50. Bristol Record Society. 1999. £8.00





  30. Latimer (John) ANNALS OF BRISTOL In the Nineteenth Century. [vi] + 552pp, original cloth, partly faded, lightly rubbed to edges. W & F. Morgan, Clare Street, Bristol: 1887. £30.00





  31. Lyes (John) BRISTOL 1901-1913. 52pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, The University, Bristol: 2002. £5.00





  32. Lyes (John) BRISTOL'S COURTS OF LAW. 32pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, Bristol: 2006. £5.00





  33. Malcolmson (Robert W) A SET OF UNGOVERNABLE PEOPLE: The Kingswood Colliers in the Eighteenth Century. No 2 in the Kingswood History Series. Illusts, 8pp, original pictorial card covers. Kingswood Borough Council, 1986. £4.00





  34. Marcy (Peter T) EIGHTEENTH CENTURY VIEWS OF BRISTOL AND BRISTOLIANS. Illusts, 24pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1966. £5.00





  35. Marshall (Peter) THE ANTI-SLAVE TRADE MOVEMENT IN BRISTOL. With 4 plates, 26pp, original printed wraps, private bookplate to verso of top cover. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, The University, reprinted Bristol: 1979. £4.00





  36. McGrath (Patrick) BRISTOL AND THE CIVIL WAR. Illusts, 50pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1981. £5.00





  37. Neale (W.G) THE TIDES OF WAR and the Port of Bristol. 1914 - 1918. Illusts, including double-page plans, xiii + 301 + (33) pages of index, dustwrapper covered in plastic, ex-lib., stamp to foot title-page, mark to half title, lacks front endpaper, number to base of spine of dustwrapper, couple of short tears to head of spine of dustwrapper. The Port of Bristol Authority. Bristol: 1976. £5.00





  38. Nicholls (J.F) and Taylor (John) BRISTOL PAST AND PRESENT. Volume 1 - Civil History. Numerous wood-cut illustrations, volume 1 of 3 only, x + 318pp, 4to, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, rear outer hinge split for approx. half its length, inner hinges pulled, frontis loose, and slightly ragged, small amount of damage to engraved surface. Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith. 1881. £15.00





  39. Pearce (F.C) EMERALD GREEN WITH A LEMON BORDER. The Story of 75 Years of Scouting at St Marys Fishponds. 45pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol: 1985. £8.00





  40. Penny (John) BRISTOL AT WAR. Illusts, 192pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Revised and Updated edition, The Derby Books Publishing Ltd., Derby: 2010. £12.00
    * 'the extraordinary effect of World War Two on the lives of the inhabitants of Bristol.'





  41. Pope (Cecil) A FAMILY IN ST. PAULS 1920-1940. Illusts, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 1985. £5.00





  42. Quick (Richard), Superintendent BRISTOL ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM OF ANTIQUITIES. Guide to the Museum Collections. 22pp, 12mo, original decorative wraps, small portion torn from fore-edge of top wrap. Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, 1909. £4.00





  43. Ralph (Elizabeth) GUIDE TO THE BRISTOL ARCHIVES OFFICE. xiii + 132pp, dustwrapper. Bristol Corporation. 1971. £4.00





  44. Reid (Helen) BRISTOL & CO. The story of Bristol's long running business 1710 to the present day. Illusts, 122pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press, Bristol: 1987. £8.00





  45. Roberts (Jill) BOOKS OF THE FOREST Reading about Kingswood's History. No 5 in the Kingswood History Series. Illusts, map, 16pp, original pictorial card covers. Kingswood Borough Council, 1988. £4.00





  46. Sharp (Margaret), editor ACCOUNTS OF THE CONSTABLES OF BRISTOL CASTLE In the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries. lxiii + 128pp, few small spots to the original cloth and endpapers. Volume 34. Bristol Record Society. 1982. £10.00





  47. Skeeters (Martha C) COMMUNITY AND CLERGY Bristol and Reformation c.1530 - c.1570. 3 plans, x + 319pp, dustwrapper. Clarendon Press, Oxford: 1993. £14.00





  48. Spittal (J) & Dawson (D) THE KINGSWOOD CHAPELS SURVEY. Illusts, map, 28 leaves printed on one side only, original pictorial wraps, top wrap slightly creased. Bristol: 1983. £12.00





  49. Torrens (H.S) MEN OF IRON The History of the McArthur Group. Illusts, pedigrees, maps, 76pp, original pictorial card covers. McArthur Group, Bristol: 1984. £12.00


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    Cornwall





  50. Bane (Amy) GRAMPOUND WITH CREED Impressions of a Cornish Village. Illusts, 29pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Privately Published, 1992. £4.00





  51. Beaumont (C), Bennetts & Son, Caddy (W), and others DEAR OLD CORNWALL. Camera Pictures of the Duchy. Photographic illusts, 28pp, original wraps, spine partly split. Second edition. Homeland Association Ltd., London: 1928. £4.00





  52. Berry (Claude) PORTRAIT OF CORNWALL. Double-page map, plates, 189pp, rear of dustwrapper slightly soiled. Reprinted, Robert Hale, London: 1966. £4.00





  53. Best (R.S) CLAY COUNTRY REMEMBERED. Recollections of a St. Austell Boyhood. Illusts, 141pp, original pictorial card covers, rear cover partly faded. First edition, Dyllansow Truran, Redruth: 1986. £9.00





  54. Betjeman (John) and Rowse (A.L) VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN CORNWALL FROM OLD PHOTOGRAPHS. Numerous plates, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Second impression, B.T. Batsford, London: 1976. £4.00





  55. Betjeman (John) BETJEMAN'S CORNWALL. Double-page map, illusts, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted, John Murray, London: 1986. £5.00





  56. Bishop (Ray), Mudd (David), Williams (Michael), and others THE CORNISH YEAR BOOK. With black and white photographs, 119pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Ownership name and date to title-page. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1982. £6.00





  57. Boase (G.C) and Courtney (W.P) BIBLIOTHECA CORNUBIENSIS. A catalogue of the writings, both manuscript and printed, of Cornishmen and of Works Relating to the County of Cornwall, with Biographical Memoranda & Copious Literary References. Volumes 1 and 2 only, lacking volume 3, xii + 1-417 and viii + 418-917pp, folio, original cloth, neatly recased with the original spines laid down, retaining the original endpapers. London: Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, 1874, & 1878. £220.00
    * The major bibliography of Cornish books. It contains not only details of books written on Cornwall, or by Cornish writers, but in some cases much information on the writers themselves. Volume 1 covers A - O; volume 2 covers P - Z. Volume 3, the Supplement, not present here, contains mainly an Addenda and Index.





  58. British Publishing Co. Ltd. AN OFFICIAL GUIDE TO CORNWALL. Numerous local adverts, map, coloured and black and white photographs, 144pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. British Publishing Co. Ltd., Gloucester: c.1990. £6.00





  59. Buckley (J.A) TUDOR TIN BOUNDS Maps, illusts, 80pp, original pictorial card covers. Dyllansow Truran, Redruth: 1987 £12.00





  60. Caunter (F. Lyde) UNDER THE SURFACE. Frontis, 168pp, spine of dustwrapper lightly rubbed. St Austell: H.E. Warne, c.1957. £9.00
    * Caunter was a solicitor in the Liskeard and Looe area, ex-governor of the Camborne School of Mines, pioneered shark fishing off Looe, etc.





  61. Collins (J.H) ON THE TRELISSICK ELVAN, With a proposed Classification of the Cornish Elvans. Coloured plate, 8pp, disbound. n.d. c.1880. £5.00





  62. Collins (Rev. C. Trelawney) PERRANZABULOE, The Lost Church Found.... Frontis., xxxi + 256, + 31 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, boards loose, and partly faded, portion torn from head of spine. Rivingtons, London, Oxford, and Cambridge: 1868. £8.00





  63. Cornish Institute of Engineers, edited by G.J. Shrimpton TRANSACTIONS OF THE CORNISH INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS New Series, Volume XX (1964-65) Textual diagrams, 21 cyclostyled pages, 4to, original wraps. Cornish Institute of Engineers, Camborne: 1965. £10.00
    * Includes articles on Stithians Impounding Scheme; Mount Pleasant Ore, etc.





  64. Cornish Scene Publications CORNISH SCENE No. 7 (New Series) Winter 1989. Adverts, illusts, 98pp, original pictorial card covers. Cornish Scene Publications, Bodmin: 1989. £4.00





  65. Davison (C. Raffles) DOWN TO THE LAND'S END With 20 leaves showing numerous illusts, and 12 pages of text, folio, few small marks to contemporary cloth. Reprinted from 'The British Architect' Dec. 16th, 1887. £18.00





  66. du Maurier (Daphne) VANISHING CORNWALL. Photographs by Christian Browning, map endpapers, 210pp, dustwrapper, contemporary inscription to verso of front endpaper. Third impression, Victor Gollancz, London: 1967. £6.00





  67. Duxbury (Brenda) ABOUT MEVAGISSEY. Black and white photographs, map, 76pp, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1978. £4.00





  68. Duxbury (Brenda) and Williams (Michael) THE RIVER CAMEL. Black and white photographs, map, 104pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprint, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1987. £4.00





  69. Duxbury (Ken) COASTLINE OF CORNWALL. Coloured and black and white photographs, map, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1985. £5.00





  70. Foot (Sarah) FOWEY RIVER & TOWN. Black and white photographs, map, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1979. £4.00





  71. Foot (Sarah) THE CORNISH COUNTRYSIDE. Black and white and coloured photographs, map, 119 + (2)pp, oblong 4to, original pictorial card covers. Presentation inscription on title-page. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1983. £5.00





  72. Foot (Sarah) THE RIVER TAMAR. Black and white photographs, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1989. £4.00





  73. French (Mary) CORNISH GOLD A Record of The Parish of QUETHIOCK in Cornwall. Coloured photographs, 127pp, roy 8vo, short tear to head of spine of partly faded dustwrapper. Chantry Press, Liskeard: 1979. £6.00
    * A fictional account of a family farming on Bodmin.





  74. Gregory (Colin) CORNWALL SINCE 1900 100 Years of Photographs. With black and white and coloured photographs, 127pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Western Morning News and Archive Publications, Cheshire: 1990. £6.00





  75. Halliday (F.E) A CORNISH CHRONICLE. The Carews of Antony from Armada to Civil War. Frontis, 171pp, dustwrapper slightly rubbed to edges. First edition, Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1967. £6.00





  76. Hamilton Jenkin (A.K) WENDRON TIN. Maps one of which is folding, illusts, (iv) + 64pp, roy 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Wendron Forge Ltd, Helston: 1978. £14.00





  77. Henwood (William Jory) OBSERVATIONS ON THE METALLIFEROUS DEPOSITS OF CORNWALL. 16 pages Address to meeting + 20pp, recent unlettered card covers. (By permission, reprinted with alterations and additions, from the Journal of the Royal Institute of Cornwall.) Heard and Son, Truro: 1872. £12.00





  78. Hollowood (Bernard) CORNISH ENGINEERS. Illustrated by Terence Cuneo with reproductions of contemporary photographs and documents. Illusts, map endpapers, 95pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, usual part discolouration of endpapers. First edition, Holman Bros., Camborne: 1951. £20.00
    * The story of Holman Bros of Camborne.





  79. Howard (Bridget) MR LEAN AND THE ENGINE REPORTERS. Illusts, 99pp, original pictorial card covers. Trevithick Society, 2002. £5.00
    * 'In 1811 Joel Lean began to publish a monthly record of the performances achieved by Cornish engines draining the Duchy's mines.'





  80. Lakeman (Mary) EARLY TIDE A Mevagissey Childhood. Illusts, 208pp, spine faded to dustwrapper. Ownership name and date to front endpaper. William Kimber, London: 1978. £7.00





  81. Luck (Liz) BREWING FOR CORNWALL A Family Tradition. The Story of St. Austell Brewery 1851-2001. Coloured and black and white illusts, 76pp, oblong 8vo, original card covers. St. Austell Brewery Co. Ltd., St. Austell: 2001. £7.00





  82. MaCarthur (W) THE RIVER FOWEY. With illusts, map, ix + 180pp, edges of dustwrapper slightly ragged. First edition, Cassell, London: 1948. £5.00





  83. Matthews (Rupert O) CORNWALL Beautiful Britain Series. Coloured photographs, 67 unnumbered pages, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Crown Books, 1986. £6.00





  84. McCarthy (Malcolm) AROUND PADSTOW in Old Photographs. Illusts, map, 127 + (1)pp, original pictorial card covers. Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd., Stroud: 1998. £4.00





  85. Michell (Frank) ANNALS OF AN ANCIENT CORNISH TOWN being Notes on the History of REDRUTH. Map, illusts, 247pp, original pictorial card covers, ownership name to front endpaper. Second edition enlarged, published by the author, Redruth: 1978. £15.00





  86. Miller (John) JOHN MILLER Summer 1990. Twelve Recent Landscapes of Cornwall. David Messum Gallery. 12 coloured place, 12pp, original decorative card covers, top cover very slightly creased, loosely inserted is the price list. The Studio, Marlow: 1990. £6.00





  87. Mudd (David) AROUND AND ABOUT THE FAL. With black and white photographs, 104pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1989. £4.00





  88. Mudd (David) AROUND & ABOUT THE ROSELAND. With black and white photographs, 88pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1980. £4.00





  89. Nance (R. Morton), editor A CORNISH-ENGLISH DICTIONARY. vii + 104pp, original cloth. First Published by the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies, 1955. Reprinted for the Cornish Language Board. 1971. £10.00





  90. Old Cornwall OLD CORNWALL MAGAZINE Volume 2. No. 7. 44pp, original printed wraps, few spots to wraps. Issued by Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. Summer, 1934. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Stone Circle at Duloe; Reminiscences of Newlyn; Cornish Archaeology, etc.





  91. Old Cornwall OLD CORNWALL MAGAZINE Volume 11. No. 5. Illusts, pages numbered 209-260, complete, original printed wraps. Issued by Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. Autumn, 1993. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Cornish Women in Industry; Cornish Crosses; Cornish Dialect, etc.





  92. Opie (Stanley A) CORNISH TIN A Memorandum on some Possibilities of Increased Production of Tin.... 20pp, sm 8vo, original printed wraps partly faded. Published by the Author, York: 1942. £5.00





  93. Paston-Williams (Sara) OLD PICTURE POSTCARDS OF CORNWALL. With black and white photographs, 96pp, large 8vo, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1989. £4.00





  94. Pearce (Frank) ALONG THE FAL. With black and white photographs, 33pp, original pictorial card covers. Cornwall County Publishers, Falmouth: c.1976. £4.00





  95. Phillipps (Ken) CATCHING CORNWALL INFLIGHT or the Bettermost Class of People. With map and coloured and black and white photographs, 126pp, original pictorial card covers. Signed inscription by the author on the title-page. First edition, Cornish Hillside Publications, St. Austell: 1994. £8.00
    * 'Dialect expert's story of his early years in Roche.'





  96. Pounds (Norman J.G), editor THE PARLIAMENTARY SURVEY OF THE DUCHY OF CORNWALL. Part I. (Austell Prior - Saltash). With 2 folding maps, xxiv + 130pp, original card covers, small splash mark to top cover. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 25. Torquay: 1982. £10.00





  97. Rendell (Joan) AROUND BUDE AND STRATTON. Numerous black and white photographs, 96pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1985. £4.00





  98. Rendell (Joan) NORTH CORNWALL IN THE OLD DAYS. Numerous black and white photographs, 117 + (3)pp, original pictorial card covers. Ownership name and date on first leaf. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1983. £4.00





  99. Riddle (Christopher) 'SO USEFUL AN UNDERTAKING' A History of the Royal Cornwall Show 1793 - 1993. With a Foreword by Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal. Numerous illusts, ix + 361pp, dustwrapper. Published by the Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association. 1993. £8.00





  100. Rowse (A.L) A.L. ROWSE'S CORNWALL A journey through Cornwall's past and present photographed by John Hedgecombe. Maps, coloured and black and white photographs, 182pp, 4to, dustwrapper. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London: 1988. £5.00





  101. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT of The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society 1885. Folding diagram, frontis, text illusts, lacks wraps, short tear to frontis. Falmouth: Lake and Co., Truro: Heard and Sons, 1885. £14.00
    * Includes articles:- Falmouth Observatory; Storage and Transmission of Tidal-Energy; Life History of the Pollock as seen off the Coast of Cornwall, etc.





  102. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT of The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society 1960. Original wraps, staples slightly rusty. Camborne Printing and Stationery Co., Ltd. 1960. £5.00
    * Includes articles:- Fishing in West Cornwall; Cornish Mammals; Percy Seymour. A Biography, etc.





  103. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 18. Part 3. Illusts, folding table, pages numbered 231-378, original printed card covers, staple rust stains to top wrap. Camborne Printing and Stationery Co., 1952. £6.00
    * Articles include:- Geological Succession and Structures in Western South Devonshire; Primary Ore Deposition in Cornwall, etc.





  104. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 21. Part 2. Illusts, diagrams, pages numbered 97-112, original printed card covers. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Penzance: 1982. £4.00
    * Contains article on:- Geology of Launceston and Lydford area.





  105. Royal Institution of Cornwall, Radford (Charles) JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. New Series Volume 1. Appendix 1951. REPORT ON THE EXCAVATIONS AT CASTLE DORE. Illusts, 119pp, original printed wraps, slightly rubbed to outer hinges, spine faded. Truro: Oscar Blackford, 1951. £18.00





  106. Salmon (H.C) "MINES OF THE SIXTIES." A selection from the contributions of H.C. Salmon, Truro. Correspondent to the Mining Journal, between 1860 and 1864. Collected and annotated by G.W. Hall. Maps, plates, 283pp, dustwrapper. Griffin Publications, Ludlow: 2000. £12.00
    * Includes chapters on Botallack; Fowey and Par Consols; Wheal Exmouth; Wheal Lucott; East Pool; Dolcoath; South Crofty; Cook's Kitchen, etc.





  107. Saville (Malcolm) COME TO CORNWALL. With map and black and white photographs, 128pp, original pictorial card covers. Ernest Benn Limited, London: 1969. £5.00





  108. Seymour (George) THE MAN-MACHINE and other sketches. This collection of pen sketches of Cornish mining characters recently came to light in the archives of the Mining Journal. They were drawn just 100 years ago.... Illusts, 24pp, original wraps. Mining Journal, London: 1977. £8.00





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





  110. Stockdale (F.W.L) EXCURSIONS IN THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL, Comprising a Concise Historical and Topographical Delineation of the Principal Towns and Villages, together with Descriptions of the Residences of the Nobility and Gentry. Remains of Antiquity..... Frontis, engraved and printed title pages, a folding engraved map and with 43 of 48 plates, lacking 5 plates, but with an extra uncalled for plate of Truro, xi + 163 + 9pp, disbound, occasional foxing. First edition, London: Simpkin & Marshall, 1824. £25.00





  111. Thompson (E.V) 100 YEARS ON BODMIN MOOR. With black and white photographs, 120pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1984. £4.00





  112. 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





  113. Treneer (Anne) CORNISH YEARS. 284pp, lacks dustwrapper, some spotting to the original cloth. First edition, Jonathan Cape, London: 1949. £5.00





  114. Trevithick Society THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. No 38. August 1982. Illusts, 8pp, sm folio, stapled. 1982. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Botallack Appeal; Trinity House Depot, Penzance, etc.





  115. Trevithick Society THE JOURNAL OF THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY No 7. 1979-80. Illusts, 104pp, original pictorial card covers. Trevithick Society, Cornwall: 1979-80. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Angarack smelting House; Cornish Copper Company; South Wheal Francis, etc.





  116. Vivian (John) TALES OF THE CORNISH MINERS. Plates, 40pp, original pictorial card covers. Tor Mark Press, Truro: 1970. £4.00





  117. Ward, Lock and Co. publishers GUIDE TO FOWEY St. Austell, Looe, Truro, Truro, Falmouth and South Cornwall. Special Section for Motorists. With 7 maps and plans, illusts, 160pp, sm 8vo, original cloth boards, front inner hinge cracked though sound. Fourteenth Edition, Ward, Lock & Co., London: n.d. c.1957. £4.00





  118. Ward, Lock and Co. publishers GUIDE TO SOUTH CORNWALL Including Falmouth, The Lizard, Truro, St. Austell, Fowey, Looe,Bodmin, etc. A Special Section for Motorists. With 10 maps and plans, illusts, 8 pages of adverts + 168 + xii pages of adverts, sm 8vo, original cloth boards, short tear to two maps. Thirteenth Edition, Ward, Lock & Co., London: n.d. c.1950. £4.00





  119. Ward, Lock and Co. publishers A PICTORIAL AND DESCRIPTIVE GUIDE TO BUDE and North Cornwall, including Morwenstow, Hartland, Boscastle, Tintagel, Newquay, etc. A Special Section for Motorists. With 5 district maps and plans.... illusts, xvi pages of adverts + 8 + ix-xxxi + 32 + 96 + 20 + (4) page index + 48 pages of adverts, sm 8vo, original cloth boards, dated inscription on front endpaper. Tenth Edition Revised, Ward, Lock & Co., London: n.d. c.1934. £7.00





  120. Watkiss (Reg) LOST CORNWALL With black and white photographs, 160pp, 4to, dustwrapper. First edition, Halsgrove, Tiverton: 2004. £8.00





  121. Weatherhill (Craig) BELERION Ancient Sites of Land's End. Illusts, maps, diagrams, 87pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Alison Hodge, Penzance: 1981. £7.00





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





  123. Williams (Douglas) FESTIVALS OF CORNWALL. With black and white photographs, 112pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1987. £4.00





  124. Williams (Michael) HAWKER'S MORWENSTOW. With black and white photographs and illusts, 64pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1988. £4.00





  125. Williams (Michael) MY CORNWALL. With black and white photographs, 135 + (5)pp, original pictorial card covers, edges lightly rubbed, page edges slightly browned. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1988. £4.00
    * Extracts from the writings of:- Daphne du Maurier, Jack Clemo; C.C. Vyvyan, Derek Tangye, etc.





  126. Williams (Michael) THE MOORS OF CORNWALL. With line drawings and black and white photographs, 95pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1986. £4.00





  127. Williams (Michael) UNKNOWN CORNWALL. With black and white photographs and illusts, 104pp, original pictorial card covers. Ownership name and date on title-page. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1984. £4.00





  128. Wilson (Joy) AROUND ST AUSTELL BAY. With black and white photographs, 120pp, original pictorial card covers. Signed by the author on the title-page. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1986. £6.00





  129. Wilson (Joy) EAST CORNWALL IN THE OLD DAYS. With black and white photographs, 112pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1988. £4.00





  130. Woodhouse (Harry) PORTHPEAN CHURCH & VILLAGE. With black and white photographs, 83pp, original pictorial card covers. Signed by the author on the title-page. First edition, St. Levan's Church, Porthpean: 1999. £10.00





  131. Woolf (Charles) AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CORNWALL. Plates and textual illustrations, 103pp, lacks dustwrapper. First edition, Truro: D. Bradford Barton Ltd., 1970. £6.00





  132. Wright (Mary) CORNISH TREATS. With black and white photographs and line drawings, 98pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Alison Hodge, Penzance: 1986. £5.00
    * Treats include:- pasties, figgy pudding, heavy cake, saffron cake, tatie cake squab pie....


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    Devon





  133. Barlow (Frank), editor EXETER AND ITS REGION. With 36 plates, textual illusts, xvii + 343pp, roy 8vo, slightly used dustwrapper, ex-Geographical Association library, with their label to front endpaper, inner hinges weak, one corner of top board slightly bruised, paper slightly lifting from front pastedown. University of Exeter: 1969. £4.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Place-Names of Devon; Geology; Art in the South West etc.





  134. Bourne (John), editor GEORGIAN TIVERTON. The Political Memoranda of Beavis Wood 1768 - 98. Frontis, xxvii + 180pp, original card covers. Devon and Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 29. Torquay: 1986. £4.00





  135. 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. £6.00





  136. Devon Archaeological Exploration Society PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATION SOCIETY VOLUME 5. 1953-2. Complete, 4 parts bound in one, plates, textual illustrations, diagrams, some of which are folding, 168pp, 4to, ex-lib, recent cloth, number to base of spine, label to front endpaper, few stamps. Torquay: 1953-1958. £18.00
    * Contains articles on:- Settlement near East Week; Excavations Bear Street, Exeter; Blackbury Castle; Kents Cavern; Flints from Woodbury Common; Torbryan Caves; Tomb at Broadsands, etc.





  137. Devon Archaeological Society THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR Perspectives from the 1990s. Papers presented to a Conference at Exeter University in September 1994 to celebrate the centenary of the foundation of the Dartmoor Exploration Committee. Illusts, diagrams, maps, viii + 286pp, original pictorial card covers. Devon Archaeological Society and Dartmoor National Park Authority, 1996. £9.00





  138. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 4, Part 4. January 1906. Plates, pages numbered 97-146.... Bound with.... Clayden (A.W) THE HISTORY OF DEVONSHIRE SCENERY.... 147-192. Two items bound in one, original wraps, spine chipped. With signature of E. Lega Weekes to top wrap, and some pencil notes and underlining by her in the text. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1906. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Symbolism of the Ancient Fonts of Stoke Canon, St Mary Church and Alphington; Preaux, Pruz, Prouse, Prowse (Devonshire); Colonel John Were; Church House Thurlestone, 1644, etc.





  139. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 4. From January 1906 to October 1907. Plates, (iv) + 293pp, 8 parts in the original wraps, couple of spines chipped, Ethel Lega Weekes name to 2 top wraps and with some ink marginalia and notes to 1 top wrap, one top wrap loose, 2 spines have portions missing. Includes all of the sections to complete Cresswell's History of Devonshire Scenery; Reichel and Mugford's An Old Exeter Manuscript, complete; 2 sections of Cresswell's Exeter Churches. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1906-1907. £25.00
    * Includes articles:- Rashleigh of Devon; Flete House; Devon Tokens; Aveton Giffard Church; Modbury Churchwardens' Account; Ford House, etc.





  140. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION For the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art. [Exeter, July, 1915.] Volume 47. Illusts some of which are folding, 440pp, few short tears to original printed wraps. W. Brendon and Son. Plymouth: 1915. £25.00
    * Includes articles:- Walrond Screen in Seaton Church; William Pengelly; Tavistock History, Berry Pomeroy Castle; Manors in Exminster Hundred; Bideford under the Restored Monarchy, etc, etc.





  141. Devonshire Association, compiled by A.A. Fursdon. GENERAL INDEX TO TRANSACTIONS Volumes. 61 - 70. (1929-1939) 204pp, original printed wraps, top outer hinge partly rubbed. Torquay: Torquay Times and Devonshire Press, Ltd., 1951. £12.00





  142. Drake (Francis) THE DRAKE COMMEMORATION AT PLYMOUTH. Unveiling the Statue on the Hoe.... 17pp, with top wrap, lacks rear wrap and spine. Reprinted from the "Western Daily Mercury", Plymouth: 1884. £12.00





  143. Fox (Hubert) THE STORY OF WILLIAM COOKWORTHY. Illusts, 40pp, includes 10 pages of local adverts, original printed card covers. Signed by the author to verso of title-page. Written for the Cookworthy Museum, Kingsbridge, 1972. £7.00
    * Cookworthy was born in Kingsbridge. After working in London he moved to Plymouth where he set up a Pharmacy. He was the first person in Britain to discover how to make porcelain, and worked with Smeaton to develop hydraulic lime which was essential for the building of the Eddystone lighthouse.





  144. Harvey (L.A) and St Leger-Gordon (D) DARTMOOR. With 17 colour photographs by E.H. Ware, 36 Photographs in Black and White and 3 maps of the Area. xiv + 273pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, lacks dustwrapper, name to front endpaper. Reprinted, Collins, New Naturalist. London: 1963. £14.00





  145. Joce (T.J) THE EARLIEST SOUTHERN WAY IN EXETER. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association..... Folding map, 271-277pp, original wraps. Reprinted from Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1927. £5.00





  146. King (Richard John) THE FOREST OF DARTMOOR, and its Borders. A Historical Sketch. xii + 138pp, 12mo, original cloth, occasional light foxing. London: John Russell Smith, 1856. £60.00





  147. Kingston History Society KINGSTON A South Hams Village. Illusts, 32pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers, Kingston History Society, Kingsbridge: 1980. £9.00





  148. Lang (Joan F) OLD COCKINGTON. Volume 1. With 2 maps, 2 pedigrees, plates, 96pp, original wraps, ownership name to title-page. Privately published, printed Western Litho. Co., Plymouth: 1971. £8.00





  149. Lega Weekes (Ethel) THE FREEMANS OF ASHBURTON, BUCKFASTLEIGH, BOVEY-TRACEY, ETC. Pages numbered 450-454, original printed wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1913. £4.00





  150. Mildren (James) 125 YEARS WITH THE WESTERN MORNING NEWS. With black and white photographs, 120pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, Bossiney Books, St. Teath: 1985. £4.00





  151. Morris and Co's MORRIS AND CO'S COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER OF DEVONSHIRE. With 894 + 250 pages of advertisements, disbound, lacks the title-page and prelims, shaken, some page corners curled, lacks portion of one advert leaf, and another advert leaf torn, a couple of leaves soiled. Morris and Co., Nottingham: 1870. £45.00





  152. Peach (L. Du Garde) UNKNOWN DEVON. Illustrated by Gyrth Russell. With 8 colour plates, and numerous line drawings, vi + 206pp, sm 4to, original cloth, partly faded, spine and prelims spotty, name partly erased on front endpaper. First edition, London: John Lane, 1927. £18.00





  153. Polwhele (Rev. Richard) THE HISTORY OF DEVONSHIRE. Volumes 2 and 3 only. Bound without plates, ii + (4) + 46 + 382 and 383-504 + corrections leaf + advert leaf. 2 volumes bound in one, early half calf, cloth boards, marbled endpapers, spine faded, boards slightly rubbed to edges, cloth partly damp marked, internally sound. Exeter: Printed by T. Trewman, for Cadell, Johnson and Dilly, London: 1793, 1806. £60.00
    * With the engraved armorial bookplate of Francis Enys, Enys, near Penryn, Cornwall.





  154. 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. £18.00





  155. Risdon (Tristram) THE CHOROGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OR SURVEY OF THE COUNTY OF DEVON. Printed from a genuine copy of the original manuscript; with considerable additions. xxxvi + 432pp + 22 + (16) + 433-442pp, with Corrections leaf tipped in, early qtr calf boards, lacks spine, marbled boards and page edges, usual occasional foxing. London: Printed for Rees and Curtis, Plymouth. 1811. £40.00 --- See sample text
    * With the engraved armorial bookplate of James Comerford.





  156. Roemer (Ferdinand) NOTICE OF THE OCCURENCE OF UPPER DEVONIAN GONIATITE LIMESTONE IN DEVONSHIRE. Engraved plate, 3pp, lacks wraps. Extracted from the Geological Magazine. London: 1880. £6.00





  157. Rowe (Margery M), and Draisey (John M), editor, trans. and intro. THE RECEIVERS' ACCOUNTS OF THE CITY OF EXETER 1304 - 1353. Frontis, xxxi + 128pp, paperback with dustwrapper. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 32. Torquay: 1989. £4.00





  158. Sherracombe (Will) DEVON EXMOOR. Frontis, map endpapers, 95pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, inscription on half-title. London: Heath Cranton Ltd., 1928. £6.00





  159. Somers Cocks (J.V) THE DARTMOOR BIBLIOGRAPHY. Non-Fiction. with... Supplement Non-Fiction. 66pp, original printed card covers slightly spotty. 1974.... with.... Supplement. 10pp, original wraps. 1974. Dartmoor Preservation Society, Exeter: 1970 and 1974. £8.00





  160. Steele-Perkis (A. Peter), and others SIGILLVM CIVITATIS EXONIE. Exeter Schools' Octocentenary Celebrations. May 7th to 12th, 1962. Programme of Events. Illusts, adverts, 40pp, 12mo, original card covers. 1962. £4.00





  161. Thomas (Peter) OLD EXETER A Portfolio of Photographs. Illusts, 174pp, original pictorial paper boards, slightly chipped to head and foot of spine, covers covered in a transparent plastic sheet. Baron Jay, Plymouth: 1977. £8.00





  162. Thompson (W. Harding) DEVON, a Survey of its Coasts, Moors & Rivers, with some Suggestions for their Preservation. With 44 plates, 6 coloured folding maps, 3 textual illusts, xx + 144pp, 4to, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. University of London Press Ltd. 1932. £35.00





  163. Windeatt (Edward) WILLIAM BROCKEDON. 7pp, lacks the lower wrap. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 1877. £4.00





  164. Woods (Stephen H) DARTMOOR STONE Photographic illusts, maps, 311pp, oblong 8vo, pictorial card covers, slight crease to top wrap. Published by Devon Books in association with the Dartmoor Park Authority, 1988. £10.00


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  165. Bettey (J.H), editor THE CASEBOOK OF SIR FRANCIS ASHLEY J.P. RECORDER OF DORCHESTER 1614-35. xiii + 131pp, folio, original decorative printed wraps. Publication No 7 for The Dorset Record Society, 1981. £12.00





  166. 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. £10.00





  167. Cox (A.C) INDEX TO THE DORSET COUNTY RECORDS. 112pp, original printed card covers, covers partly faded. Longmans (Dorchester) Ltd., May 1938. £6.00





  168. Davies (G.M) THE DORSET COAST. A Geological Guide. Illusts, 126 + 16 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. First edition, Thomas Murray, London: 1935. £12.00





  169. De Selincourt (Aubrey) DORSET. Drawings and watercolours by Barbara Jones. Vision of England Series. Plates, drawings, double-page and folding maps, 48pp, lacks dustwrapper, ex-lib, with labels to endpapers and stamp to title-page. First edition, London: Paul Elek, 1947. £4.00





  170. 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. £16.00
    * Includes articles:- Bloxworth Church; Earthworks of Cranbourne Chase; Maumbury Rings; Memorial Brasses of Dorset; British Arachnida; Lepidoptera of Isle of Purbeck, etc.





  171. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, edited by J.M.J. Fletcher PROCEEDINGS OF THE DORSET NATURAL HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD CLUB. From January 1st to December 31st, 1930. Volume 52. With illusts, cii + 166pp, original cloth. Dorchester: F.G. Longman. 1931. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Hamworthy Peninsula; Agricultural Riots in Dorset; Dorset church dedications; Combs Ditch and Bokerley Dyke, etc.





  172. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, edited by E.C. Chancellor PROCEEDINGS OF THE DORSET NATURAL HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD CLUB. From January 1st to December 31st, 1933. Volume 55. With illusts, lxxvi + 284pp, original cloth is damp spotted, internally sound. Dorchester: F.G. Longman. 1934. £16.00
    * Includes articles:- Abbotsbury Swannery; Dorset Charters; Abbots of Bindon; Dorset Deeds; Tolpuddle Martyrs, etc.





  173. Draper (Jo) A DORCHESTER CAMERA. With 211 illusts, 4to, dustwrapper, neat private ownership label to front endpaper. The Dovecote Press, Wimborne: 1984 £10.00
    * Signed by the author on the title-page.





  174. Good (Ronald) A CONCISE FLORA OF DORSET. With 3 maps, xii + 226pp, original card covers. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, Dorchester: 1984. £16.00





  175. Good (Ronald), Squibb (G.B), and others DORSET OFFICIAL GUIDE TO THE COUNTY. Folding map, illusts, adverts, 94pp, original pictorial card covers. Fifth Edition, The Home Publishing Co., Croydon, 1964. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Thomas Hardy, Heraldry of Dorset, Roads of Dorset, Geology, etc.





  176. Grinsell (L.V) DORSET BARROWS. Plates, illusts, folding maps, 192pp, 4to, original printed card covers. Dorset Natural History Society, Dorchester: 1959. £15.00





  177. Hole (Christina), editor WITCHCRAFT AT TONER'S PUDDLE, 19th C. From the Diary of the Rev. William Ettrick. 8pp, folio, few spots to paper wraps, label on top wrap, spine and front endpaper partly faded. Publication No 2 of the Dorset Record Society. Dorchester: 1964. £8.00





  178. Mee (A), editor DORSET. Thomas Hardy's Country. With 218 Places and 149 Pictures Plates, 335pp, dustwrapper rubbed and torn with portions missing, early name and private ownership label to front endpapers. First edition, Hodder and Stoughton, London: 1939. £10.00





  179. Penn (K.J) HISTORIC TOWNS IN DORSET. Monograph Series No 1. Plans, 133pp, folio, original illustrated wraps. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society. 1980. £16.00





  180. Rylands (John Paul), editor THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF DORSET, TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1623, By Henry St. George and Sampson Lennard, Marshalls and Deputies to William Camden. With 9 plates, vi + (i) + 115pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, spine faded, rear outer hinge partly split. With the armorial bookplate of George Drewry Squibb, Inner Temple. London: Harleian Society. 1885. £50.00





  181. Traskey (J.P) MILTON ABBEY. A Dorset Monastery in the Middle Ages. Illusts, xi + 268pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Compton Press, Tisbury: 1978. £18.00





  182. Underhill (Marjory) DORSET HODMADODS (Scarecrows) 10 woodcut illusts, 24pp, including original pictorial wraps, sm 8vo, staples rusty, and wraps loose. Carey Studios, Wareham: (1950) £7.00


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    Gloucestershire





  183. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Sir John Maclean TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1881-82. Volume 6. Part 2 of 2 only. Illusts, 251-385 + ixpp, lacks spine, wraps loose with portions missing, though not affecting text. Bristol: C.T. Jefferies, 1882. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Flaxley Grange; Flaxley Abbey; Wanswell Court; Sly,bridge Church, etc.





  184. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Sir John Maclean TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1891-92. Volume 16. Parts 1 and 2. Illusts, 254pp, 2 parts, complete, in the original wraps, one part lacks small portion from head of spine and gas a few marks and short tears to top wrap, the other lacks rear wrap and has a later paper spine. Bristol: Printed for the Society by C.T. Jefferies, 1892. £22.00
    * Includes articles:- Little Compton; History of Moreton-in-Marsh; Arnaud de Berkeley; Civil War battle at Stow-on-the-Wold; The Manor of Clifton, etc.





  185. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Rev. C.S. Taylor TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1900. Volume 23, Part 1. Illusts, 192pp, untrimmed in the original wraps, small portion missing from head of faded spine. Bristol: Printed for the Society by J.W. Arrowsmith, 1900. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Roods and Rood Lofts; Bath, Mercia and West Saxon; St. Nicholas Church, Gloucestershire, etc.





  186. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1985. Volume 103. Illusts, 264pp, original wraps. Gloucester: 1985. £7.00
    * Includes articles:- Gloucestershire Endowed Schools; Gloucester after the Black Death; North Street, Winchcombe; Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement in northern Cotswolds, etc.





  187. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, John Jurica editor TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1999. Volume 117. Illusts, folding plan in pocket at rear, 235pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 2000. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Stroud Tradesmen, 1770-1832; Excavations at Camp Gardens, Stow on the Wold; Herald's Visitation of Gloucestershire 1682-3, etc.





  188. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, John Jurica editor TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 2000. Volume 118. Illusts, 235pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 2001. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Daneway and Lodge Park Gloucestershire Houses; Africa Trade and the Bristol Gunpowder Industry; Thomas Gambier Parry and the Gloucester Schools of Science; Two Stonehouse Mills, etc.





  189. Chipping Sodbury R.D. Council CHIPPING SODBURY Official Guide. Illusts, adverts, 32pp, sm. 8vo, original card covers, name to top cover, few marks to rear cover. Chipping Sodbury R.D. Council. c.1946. £4.00





  190. Gloucestershire Notes and Queries, edited by Rev. B.H. Blacker. GLOUCESTERSHIRE NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 3. Frontis, xvi + 694 + 66 pages of publishers adverts, few marks to the original contemporary half calf, marbled boards, covers slightly rubbed, waterstain to top margin of frontis, few marks to spine, stamp and numbers in ink to front pastedown. Wm. Kent, London: and others, 1887. £30.00
    * Includes articles:- Longden Family; Rodmarton Church; Dorney Family; Inscriptions in St. Mary's Cemetery, Cheltenham; Thornbury Castle; Manor of Pucklechurch, etc.





  191. Gray (Irvine), editor CHELTENHAM SETTLEMENT EXAMINATIONS 1815-1826. xxiii + 113pp, original cloth. Printed for the Records Section of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. (1968) £8.00





  192. Hartland (Edwin Sidney), editor COUNTY FOLK-LORE. PRINTED EXTRACTS NO. 1. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 58pp, original printed wraps, spine chipped with some loss, 58pp, stitching loosening, top wrap partly lightly stained. Published by the Folk Lore Society. 1892. £12.00





  193. Hodsdon (James), compiled by AN HISTORICAL GAZETTEER OF CHELTENHAM. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 9. With 3 folding reproduction plans of Cheltenham by Cossens, Merrett, and Norman, Sawyer and Co., in pocket at rear, xiv + 208pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Stroud: 1997. £30.00





  194. Hyett (F.A) GLOUCESTERSHIRE IN NATIONAL HISTORY. With a folding frontis, and 9 plates, xvi + 282pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed, numbers stamped to top of front endpaper. First edition, John Bellows, Gloucester: 1906. £14.00





  195. Jeremiah (Josephine) THE RIVER SEVERN. A Pictorial History from Shrewsbury to Gloucester. Map, xixpp, 177 illusts, usually 2 to a page, original pictorial card covers. Phillimore, Chichester: 1998. £6.00





  196. Kelly's KELLY'S TRADEFINDER OF CHELTENHAM 1975. Pages numbered 601-716, 12mo, original wraps Reprinted from Kelly's Directories, Kingston upon Thames: 1975. £8.00





  197. Kidd (Beatrice E) and Richards (M. Edith) HADWEN OF GLOUCESTER Man, Medico, Martyr. Illusts, x + 345pp, short tear to dustwrapper. First Edition, John Murray, London: 1933. £16.00





  198. Kimball (Elisabeth Guernsey), editor ROLLS OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE SESSIONS OF THE PEACE 1361-1398. 185pp, original printed wraps, partly faded, top hinge slightly chipped at foot of spine. Kendal: Titus Wilson, 1942. £14.00
    * Forming Volume 62 of the Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.





  199. Litzenberger (C.J), editor TEWKESBURY CHURCHWARDENS' ACCOUNT, 1563 - 1624. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 7. xix + 163pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1994. £20.00





  200. Madge (Sidney J), editor ABSTRACTS OF INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM FOR GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Returned into the Court of Chancery During the Plantagenet Period. Part IV. 20 Henry III. to 29 Edward I. 1236-1300. xvi + 241pp, in the original 4 parts, 3 parts lack wraps, one part has top wrap, few tears to 2 top margins. Issued to the Subscribers by the British Record Society, Limited. 1903. £16.00





  201. Mangotsfield Rural Parish Council MANGOTSFIELD RURAL PARISH The Official Guide. Illusts, folding map, adverts, 24pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Mangotsfield Rural Parish Council, 1985. £4.00





  202. 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. £20.00





  203. Stacy (N.E) FROM THE FONT TO THE GRAVE IN EARLY MODERN DYRHAM. Pages numbered 97-120, offprint, complete, original card covers. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Soc. 1995. £4.00





  204. Stephens (Leslie) CIRENCESTER QUAKERS 1655 - 1973. With an introduction by L. Hugh Doncaster. Illusts, roy 8vo, 58pp, original wraps. Third printing, Cirencester Preparative Meeting, Cirencester: 1973. £9.00





  205. 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. £15.00





  206. Were (F) INDEX TO THE HERALDRY IN BIGLAND'S HISTORY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Compiled for the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. Pages numbered 147-510pp + viii page index, later cloth, bound without the wraps. J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1905. £25.00
    * Forming Volume XXVIII (28). Part 2 of the Society's Transactions.


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  207. Andrews (Ken) MR BOWLER OF BATH Victorian Entrepreneur and Engineer. Maps, illusts, 96pp, original pictorial card covers, partly faded. Ken Andrews, Bristol: 1998. £8.00





  208. Balch (H.E) WOOKEY HOLE, ITS CAVES AND CAVE DWELLERS. With an Introduction by Professor Boyd Dawkins. Period Restoration and numerous Drawings by John Hassall, R.I. Cave Photographs and Diagrams by J.H. Savory. With 36 plates, and 55 figures in the text, viii + 258pp, 4to, untrimmed in the original cloth-backed printed paper boards, few spots to slightly faded board, the ragged, and split in 2 dustwrapper is loosely inserted. First edition. Oxford University Press: 1914. £105.00





  209. Barnett (E.W), County Planning officer SOMERSET STRUCTURE PLAN DRAFT WRITTEN STATEMENT. Folio, diagram in pocket at rear, maps, x + 189pp, original wraps, ink note on top wrap. Somerset County Council, 1979. £12.00





  210. 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. £10.00
    * 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.





  211. Black (Clementina) THE LINLEYS OF BATH. With 13 plates, With an introduction by George Saintsbury. 300pp, dustwrapper. New Edition. London: Frederick Muller, 1971. £10.00





  212. Bowdler (Miss) POEMS AND ESSAYS, By the Late Miss Bowdler. The Ninth Edition. Published for the Benefit of the General Hospital at Bath. 274pp, early half calf, marbled boards, rubbed, lacks lettering piece, title-page slightly browned and spotty, 3 leaves loosening. Ninth Edition, Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell, 1797. £28.00





  213. Brown (Bryan J.H.) and Loosley (John) THE BOOK OF WESTON-SUPER-MARE. The Story of the Town's Past. Numerous illusts, cr 4to, 148pp, includes 2 page list of subscribers, dustwrapper. Second Impression, Barracuda Books, Buckingham: 1983. £16.00





  214. Bulleid (Arthur) THE LAKE VILLAGES OF SOMERSET Somerset Folk Series No 16. Plates some of which are folding, textual diagrams, 78 + 2 pages of publishers adverts, 12mo, original printed wraps, spine chipped at head and foot, prelims and cover slightly spotty. Second Edition, London: Folk Press Ltd, 1926. £4.00





  215. Burton (S.H) EXMOOR. Illusts., 192pp, small mark to dustwrapper. Fourth edition, Robert Hale, London: 1984. £5.00





  216. Bush (Robin) JEBOULT'S TAUNTON. A Victorian Retrospect. Numerous illusts, 116pp, cr 4to, dustwrapper. Numbered Limited Edition. With 4 page 'Subscribers List'. Signed by the author on the title-page. Barracuda Books Ltd., Buckingham: 1983. £20.00





  217. Chew Magna Women's Institute THE STORY OF OUR VILLAGE. Illusts, map, 44pp, sm 4to, original cloth, text loose in case. St. Stephen's Bristol Press Ltd., 1954 £12.00





  218. Cooper (Cicely Elaine) MEMOIRS OF SELWORTHY. Numerous photographic illusts, vii + 235pp, dustwrapper, original cloth. Reprinted, E.P. Publishing Ltd., Wakefield: 1972. £9.00





  219. Cotterell (T. Sturge) SIR BARTLE FRERE Mural Tablet Unveiled at Norfolk Buildings, Bath by Lord Morris, 5th July, 1924. Illusts, 14pp, sm 8vo, original wraps. Bath Chronicle Printers, Bath: 1924. £4.00





  220. Cowley (Patrick), editor ST JOHN BASIL WYNNE WILLSON. Frontis, vii + 99pp, split to one fold of dustwrapper. H. Morley, York: c.194- £10.00
    * Bishop of Bath and Wells.





  221. Cox (Benjamin) A COMPILATION OF VARIOUS INTERESTING HISTORICAL FACTS, Both Ancient and Modern; Principally Relating to The County of Somerset, and the South-Western Part of Britain. Also a descriptive Account of the Parish of LYMPSHAM, Somerset.... Illustrative of the Past and the Present.... Lacks frontis, 106pp, sm 8vo, title-page dusty, with a few dark spots, disbound. J. Whereat, Weston-super-Mare: 1852. £25.00
    * Very scarce.





  222. Cunliffe (Barry) ROMAN BATH DISCOVERED. Illusts, plans, diagrams, xvii + 232pp, 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper. Revised Second edition, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London: 1984. £12.00





  223. Eckhart (Sheila) BROWSING IN THE BRENDON HILLS. Illusts, maps, 95pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press, Bristol: 1995. £4.00





  224. [Edwards (John)], Agrikler of Wrington POEMS HUMOROUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL by Agrikler. New Series. xiii + 140pp, original decorative cloth. London: Griffith and Farran, and Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, (1883) £15.00





  225. Findlay (D.C) THE SOILS OF THE MENDIP DISTRICT OF SOMERSET. [Sheets 279 and 280]. Plates, textual figures, 2 coloured folding maps in pocket at the rear, viii + 204pp, dustwrapper. Agricultural Research Council, Harpenden: 1965. £12.00





  226. Fisher (W. Bro. Wilfred G) THE HISTORY OF THE PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF SOMERSET. With 7 plates, ix + 209pp, original cloth. Provincial Grand Lodge of Somerset, 1962. £24.00





  227. Gearing (Sue) MORE MENDIP WALKS. Twelve Circular Walks of Discovery. Illusts, maps, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Halsgrove, Tiverton: 2004. £8.00





  228. [Goldsworthy (E.F)] RECOLLECTIONS OF TAUNTON. by An Old Tauntonian. 62pp, original cloth partly faded discoloured, internally sound. Second Edition: Barnicott and Son, Taunton: 1883. £22.00





  229. Gough (J.W) THE MINES OF MENDIP. Revised edition with new Preface by the author. Folding frontis, xiv + 269pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. Second edition, Augustus M. Kelly, New York: 1967. £24.00





  230. Greswell (Rev. William H.P) DUMNONIA AND THE VALLEY OF THE PARRET. A Historical Retrospect. With 5 maps, one of which is folding, 8 plates, xx + 234pp, few small spots to lightly rubbed original cloth. First edition, Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, 1922. £40.00 --- See sample text





  231. Hall (W.G), editor MAN AND THE MENDIPS With plates, some of which are in colour, maps, diagrams, 167pp, oblong 8vo, slightly dusty dustwrapper. The Mendip Society, 1971. £8.00





  232. Halliday (Maria) DESCRIPTION OF THE MONUMENT AND EFFIGIES IN PORLOCK CHURCH, Somerset, With Reasons Deduced from the Documents Pertaining to the Manor and Chantry of Porlock for Attributing the Tomb to the Memory of John, fourth Baron Harington of Aldingham and Elizabeth (Courtenay) his Wife, Afterwards Wife of William, Lord Bonville of Chewton, Somerset. With 11 plates 3 of which are coloured, 2 folding genealogical tables, 80pp, original cloth, t.e.g., covers rubbed to edges and spotty, some foxing mainly to edges of some plates. "Torquay Directory", Torquay: 1882. £32.00





  233. Harris (Kate) and Smith (William) GLASTONBURY ABBEY RECORDS At Longleat House, a Summary List. xiii + 104pp, original cloth. Somerset Record Society. Volume 81. Taunton: 1991. £15.00





  234. Hawkins (Desmond) AVALON AND SEDGEMOOR. Plates, double-page map, 262pp, dustwrapper. First edition, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1973. £9.00





  235. 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





  236. Hendy (E.W) WILD EXMOOR THROUGH THE YEAR. Illustrated from drawings by A. Carruthers Gould. Illusts, 320 + 47 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, spine faded, lacks dustwrapper. Re-issued, Jonathan Cape, London: 1932. £8.00





  237. Humphreys (Arthur L) THE SOMERSET ROLL, An Experimental List of Worthies, Unworthies, and Villains Born in the County. iv + 124pp, roy 8vo, original buckram, top corners of boards damp marked and warped, internally sound. London: Strangeways, Sold by Hatchards, 1897. £16.00





  238. Hunt (William) THE SOMERSET DIOCESE, BATH AND WELLS. Folding map, viii + 261 + (ii)pp, sm 8vo, original decorative cloth, map, title-page and page edges foxed. S.P.C.K. London: 1885. £7.00





  239. [Joyce (W.W)] ECHOES OF EXMOOR. A Record of the Discussions and Doings of the Men-of-Exmoor Club. Fourth Series. Illusts, vi + 107 + (iv), original printed card covers, lacks portions of spine, loosely inserted is a newscutting concerning Joyce. A.E. Barnes, Barnstaple: 1926. £5.00





  240. Kelly's KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF WESTON-SUPER-MARE 1968. Numerous adverts, 440pp, original limp cloth, top cover slightly creased, page edges lightly browned, name in ink to top cover. Kelly's Directories Ltd., Kingston upon Thames: 1968. £15.00





  241. Kemp (B.R), and Shorrocks (D.M.M), editor MEDIEVAL DEEDS OF BATH AND DISTRICT. I. Deeds of St. John's Hospital, Bath. Edited by B.R. Kemp. II. Walker-Heneage Deeds. Edited by D.M.M. Shorrocks. x + 240pp, original cloth, Somerset Record Office withdrawn stamp to front endpaper. Somerset Records Society. Volume 73. 1974. £12.00





  242. Kenneth Allsop Trust and John Fowles STEEP HOLM - A Case History in the Study of Evolution. Illusts, 222pp, spine of dustwrapper slightly faded. Dorset Publishing Co. Sherborne: 1978. £15.00





  243. Lewis (Rev. L.S), Vicar of Glastonbury GLASTONBURY, "THE MOTHER OF SAINTS." Her Saints A.D. 37 - 1539. 89pp, original cloth. Second and Enlarged Edition. 1927. £8.00





  244. 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. £12.00





  245. Maxwell (Donald) UNKNOWN SOMERSET. Being a series of unmethodical Explorations of the County illustrated in line and colour by the Author. 209pp, plates and textual illusts, 4to, untrimmed in the original cloth, lightly rubbed, few light damp marks to cloth. First edition, London: John Lane the Bodley Head, 1927. £18.00





  246. Melville (Lewis) BATH UNDER BEAU NASH - AND AFTER. Illusts, xviii + 321pp, original decorative cloth, contemporary inscription on front endpaper, occasional light spotting. First edition, Bath: S.W. Simms, London: Eveleigh Nash, 1907. £15.00





  247. Millard (Lillian) THE LIVES OF JOHN LOCKE, 1632-1704 & HANNAH MORE 1745-1838. Illusts, 32pp, original pictorial card covers. no imprint. £4.00





  248. Osborne (R) WATCHET HARBOUR BILL. Report of the Admiralty. 3pp, drop head title, folio, disbound, few short tears to margins, and split for 1" at inner margin where folded. Ordered by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 26 February 1857. £12.00





  249. 'Philo-Baldud' CAUSES AND EFFECTS; OR BATH IN MDCCCXL. A Rider to the Letter of Lud Hudibras, by Philo-Bladud. Addressed to the Community. 20pp, disbound, few spots. Bath: Meyler and Son. 1840. £18.00





  250. [Plowman (T.F)] SOME COUNTRY-SIDE FOLK. By one who has known them (Otherwise T.F.P.) Illusts, roy 8vo, 47pp, original printed boards. Reprinted from "The Bath Chronicle and Argus." Bath: 1911. £12.00





  251. Powell (Rev A.H) ANCIENT BOROUGH OF BRIDGWATER. Plan, folding map and 9 plates, v + 311pp, original cloth. Page and Sons, Bridgwater: 1907. £25.00





  252. Read (John) CLUSTER=o'=VIVE Stories and Studies of Old World Wessex. Somerset Folk Series No 11. Frontis, xi + 207 + (5)pp, 12mo, original cloth. London: Somerset Folk Press, 1923. £10.00





  253. Richardson (Anne) IN RED DEER LAND. With 3 plates, 63pp, 12mo, original decorative paper boards. Second Edition, Cox, Sons & Co. Ltd. Minehead and Williton: 1928. £8.00
    * A collection of short stories one of which is set on Exmoor.





  254. Scrase (Tony) WELLS A Pictorial History. 174 illusts, either one or 2 to a page, dustwrapper. Phillimore, Chichester: 1992. £7.00





  255. Seaby (W.A) COINAGE FROM HAM HILL IN THE COUNTY MUSEUM, TAUNTON. Plate, text illusts, pages numbered 113-158, original printed wraps, staples rusty. Reprinted from the proceedings of the Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 1950. £4.00





  256. Sellick (Roger) THE WEST SOMERSET MINERAL RAILWAYS and the story of the Brendon Hills Iron Mines. With contributions by J.R. Hamilton and M.H. Jones. Illusts, folding map, 126pp, few short tears to slightly rubbed dustwrapper, spine faded. First edition, David & Charles, Dawlish: 1962. £12.00





  257. Smith (D.I), and Drew (D.P), compiles and editors LIMESTONES AND CAVES OF THE MENDIP HILLS. With 36 plates, textual illusts, 424pp, small nick to head of dustwrapper. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, Published for The British Cave Research Association. 1975. £14.00





  258. Smith (Hugh C) THE CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS WRINGTON. Its History, Architecture and Associates. Illusts, 31pp, original pictorial card covers. Wrington: 1992. £7.00





  259. Smith (R.A.L) BATH. With 84 Illustrations from Engravings, Paintings, and Photographs by Paul Fripp, and others. 118pp, dustwrapper. First edition, B.T. Batsford. 1944. £8.00





  260. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. GENERAL INDEX To Vols. I. to XX. of the Society's Proceedings and Index to Wells Chapter Records. x + 113 + xvi + 70pp, original wraps, spine worn. Charles T. Jefferies, Bristol: 1876. £15.00





  261. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 52. Proceedings during the year 1906. Illusts, xi + 93 + 198pp, lacks last leaf of which is 'Rules', top wrap loose and ragged, lacks rear wrap, half-title and title foxed. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, 1907. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Cleve Abbey; Glastonbury Lake Village; Norman Conquest of Somerset, etc.





  262. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 53. Proceedings during the year 1907. Illusts, xi + 99 + 227pp, lacks lower wrap, top wrap lacks portion from outer margin, stain to fore-edge margin of first few leaves, binding broken with book split into 3. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, 1908. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Huish; Glastonbury Lake Village; Keynsham Abbey; Shepton Mallet, etc.





  263. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 62. Proceedings during the year 1916. Illusts, lxxx + 215pp, last leaf loose and slightly ragged, lacks wraps, spine rubbed. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, 1917. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Roman Coins found at Yeovil; Ants and Aphids in West Somerset; Primitive Sun Dials or Scratch Dials; Monumental Effigies in Somerset, etc.





  264. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 66. Proceedings during the year 1920. Illusts, xcvi + 192pp, original wraps, lower wrap loose, small portions missing from top wrap and first leaf, binding broken and book split into 2. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, 1921. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Bridgwater Wills, Geography of Lower Parrett; Curci; Liverworts of Somerset; Monumental Effigies in Somerset, etc.





  265. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 67. Proceedings during the year 1921. Illusts, folding plan, lxxxviii + 127pp, original wraps, spine slightly darkened. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1922. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Norton-sub-Hamdon Church; Excavations at Murty Hill; Somerset Volunteers; Quarries at Barrington, etc.





  266. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 72. Proceedings during the Year 1926. Illusts, xcviii + 166pp, original wraps. Taunton: 1927. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Glastonbury Abbey; Excavations at Ham Hill; Chelm's Combe, Cheddar; Monumental Effigies in Somerset, etc.





  267. Somersetshire Archaeological Society PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOMERSET ARCHAEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 137. Proceedings for 1993. Illusts, 279pp, original pictorial card covers. Taunton: 1994. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Somerset Woodlands; Industrial Site at Wookey; Bath Priory; Two Sheila-Na-Gigs at Stoke-sub-Hamdon; Excavations at Maidenbrook Farm, Cheddon Fitzpaine; Excavations at Charterhouse on Mendip, etc.





  268. Somerset Eastern Division THE SOMERSET ELECTORAL REGISTER EASTERN DIVISION 1832. iv + 180pp, original card covers, very rubbed to head of spine. Originally published 1832. Reprinted S.A. & M.J. Raymond, Exeter: 1996. £6.00





  269. Somerset Parish Registers, edited by W.P.W. Phillimore and H.W. Seager. SOMERSET PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 8. vi + 150pp, few spots to original cloth, occasional light foxing. Limited to 150 copies. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co. Ltd. 1906. £35.00
    * Marriages celebrated in each Parish from the first entry up to the year 1812. Contains the Parishes of Hill Farrance, Heathfield, Thorne Faulcon, West Monkton, Ruishton, West Buckland, Cothelstone, Ash Priors, Norton Fitzwarren, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Langford Budville, and Nynehead.





  270. Somerset Western Division THE SOMERSET ELECTORAL REGISTER WESTERN DIVISION 1832. iv + 176pp, original card covers. Originally published 1832. Reprinted S.A. & M.J. Raymond, Exeter: 1996. £9.00





  271. Squibbs (Phillip J) MORE PICTURES OF OLD BRIDGWATER. Reproduction of a typescript with numerous photographic illusts. Roy 8vo, 80pp, original cloth, with 3 postcards, of the interior of St. Mary's Church, Bridgwater, pasted to front endpapers. Privately Published, Bridgwater: 1971. £15.00





  272. Stapledon (Richard) EXMOOR. Elegance and Rhythm. Illusts, 79pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. Privately Published, Richard Stapledon, c.1967. £8.00





  273. Stephenson (Joseph Henry) FRIENDSHIP and Other Poems. 53pp, 12mo, original cloth, spine slightly faded. A.C. Coome, Lymsham; Robbins, Weston-super-Mare and Hamilton Adams & Co, London: 1883. £16.00
    * Stephenson was the Rector of Lymsham, Prebendary of Wells and Rural Dean.





  274. Stevens Cox (J), editor SOMERSET DIALECT POEMS The Somerset Man's Complaint. 17thC. and Doctor Cox: a Blanscue. Early 19thC. 12pp, 12mo, original printed wraps. The Toucan press, Guernsey: 1970. £4.00





  275. Storer (B) SEDGEMOOR: Its History and Natural History. Numerous illusts, diagrams and maps, dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1972. £12.00





  276. Stray (Walter) WESTON-SUPER-MARE. Official Guide. Illusts, folding map, adverts, 80pp, oblong 8vo, pictorial wraps, small crease to lower corner of top wrap. Weston-super-Mare Advertising and Entertainments Association, c.1922. £15.00
    * Includes articles on Glastonbury; Wells; Cheddar; Brean Down; Worlebury Camp, etc.





  277. Stuart-Menteath (T) THE LAND OF BRITAIN. The Report of The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain. Part 86 SOMERSET. Large folding map, textual diagrams, 141pp, 4to, original printed wraps, slightly rubbed and spotty, rear outer hinge partly split, lacks 1" hinge from foot of spine. London: Geographical Publications, 1938. £12.00





  278. Symons (Katherine E) THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL OF KING EDWARD VI. BATH, and its Ancient Foundation. Plates, 372 + 4 + 6 + 28 + 6pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed and partly faded, short splits to outer hinges at head of spine. J. Grant Melluish and Maurice G. Melluish, Bath: 1934. £18.00





  279. Thomas (Margaret) THE BOOK OF NAILSEA. Numerous illusts, cr 4to, 128pp, dustwrapper. Numbered Limited Edition. Buckingham: Barracuda Books, 1984. £22.00





  280. Toulmin (Joshua) and Savage (James) HISTORY OF TAUNTON, In the County of Somerset. Originally written by the late Joshua Toulmin. A New Edition, Greatly Enlarged and brought down to the Present Time, by James Savage. With an engraved frontis, folding plate, xxiv + 608pp, untrimmed in later cloth, frontis partly waterstained, plate foxed, page edges browned. Taunton: John Poole, 1822. £35.00





  281. Toulson (Shirley) THE MENDIP HILLS. A Threatened Landscape. Plates, maps, xix + 170pp, dustwrapper. London: Victor Gollancz, 1984. £8.00





  282. Treharne (R.F) THE GLASTONBURY LEGENDS. Plates, viii + 135pp, original pictorial card covers, paper slightly browned to edges. Sphere Books, London: 1975. £6.00





  283. Vowles (Alfred) THE DOONE VALLEY AND THE WATERSLIDE. Giving the History of the Ancient Village of Badgworthy, the "Doone Houses," traces of which lie in the valley. Illusts, folding map, and folding plan, 15pp, sm 8vo, slight creases to the original top wrap. Privately Published? c.1929. £12.00





  284. Webb (Adrian James) SOMERSET JURORS LIST 1748. xv + 61pp, 4to, original wraps. Second revised edition, Harry Galloway, 1994. £12.00





  285. Webb (Hedley Vicars) NATURE RAMBLES IN SOMERSET. Somerset Folk Series No 10. Frontis, illusts, 98 + (3)pp, original wraps, couple of small marks to top wrap. London: Somerset Folk Press, 1925. £10.00





  286. Wilson (W.A) COLEOPTERA OF SOMERSET. 165 + (vii)pp, original wraps. Printed for the Somerset Archaeological & Natural History Soc. 1958. £12.00


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  287. Bingham (Rev. W.P.S) JAMES LEY, Earl of Marlborough. Folding pedigree, 14pp, original printed wraps, wraps slightly soiled and partly split at spine. Presentation inscription by the author on first leaf. Reprinted from the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine. H.F. Bull, Devizes: n.d. £4.00





  288. Bradley (A.G) WILTSHIRE. Cambridge County Geographies. With Maps, Diagrams, and Illustrations. xi + 156pp, 12mo, minor marks to the original cloth. Cambridge at the University Press: 1909. £4.00





  289. Chew (H.M), editor HEMINGBY'S REGISTER xi + 288pp, original cloth. Impression of 350 Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 18, Devizes: 1963. £8.00





  290. Crowley (D.A), editor THE WILTSHIRE TAX LIST OF 1332. xxi + 188pp, original cloth. Impression of 500 Copies. Volume 45, Wiltshire Record Society, Trowbridge: 1989. £16.00





  291. Farr (B), editor THE ROLLS OF HIGHWORTH HUNDRED 1275-1287. Part Two. Text 1281-7. Indexes. v + pages 191 - 387, original cloth. Impression of 400 Copies. Volume 22, Wiltshire Records Branch, Devizes: 1968. £12.00





  292. Freeman (Jane), editor THE COMMONPLACE BOOK OF SIR EDWARD BAYNTUN OF BROMHAM. xxii + 80pp, original cloth. Impression of 500 Copies. Volume 43, Wiltshire Record Society. Devizes: 1988. £15.00





  293. Goodrich (Rev. P.J) TROWBRIDGE AND ITS TIMES, A Tribute. With 24 plates, ix + 217pp, original cloth, spine faded, page edges browned, some foxing to prelims, name to front endpaper. First edition, London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd. 1932. £15.00





  294. Grose (F) WILTSHIRE section from the Antiquities of England & Wales. With 6 engraved plates and 16pp, lacks map, roy 8vo, disbound, occasional light spotting. 179-. £14.00 --- See sample text





  295. Longstaff (John C) NOTES ON WILTSHIRE NAMES. Vol 1 - Place Names. v + 166pp, original cloth, slight signs where label removed from front endpaper. All published. Wm. Dotesio, The Library Press, Bradford-on-Avon: 1911. £15.00





  296. Maddington Charities RETURN AND DIGEST OF ENDOWED CHARITIES... PARISH OF MADDINGTON. Folio, 7pp, stitched as issued, small stamp to top leaf. Ordered by The House of Commons, to be Printed 11 August 1904. £7.00





  297. Phillipps (Thomas), edited by Peter Sherlock, MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS OF WILTSHIRE. An edition, in facsimile, of Monumental Inscriptions in the County of Wilton. By Sir Thomas Phillipps, 1822. Frontis, xxii + 458pp, original cloth. Impression of 750 Copies. Wiltshire Record Society Volume 53. Trowbridge: 2000. £20.00





  298. Rawlins (Marjorie) BUTCHER, BAKER, SADDLEMAKER. Village life in Avebury from 1920 to 1974. Illusts, 60pp, original pictorial card covers. Published by the author, 1999. £8.00





  299. Redman (D.A.K) THE REDMANS OF HALFWAY HOUSE. The Story of a Wiltshire Family. Illusts, large folding family portrait, map endpapers, viii + 128pp, couple of short tears to dustwrapper, part of rear of dustwrapper re-newed with similar paper. Ramsbury: Clodagh O'Grady, 1978. £20.00
    * Halfway House Farm is at Beanacre near Melksham.





  300. Rogers (Kenneth H), editor EARLY TRADE DIRECTORIES OF WILTSHIRE. Indexed by J.H. Chandler. xiii + 215pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded, top corner of top board slightly bruised. Impression of 500 Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 47, Trowbridge: 1992. £35.00
    * An invaluable work with comprehensive indices. It comprises the Wiltshire sections reprinted from the following directories:- Pigot's for 1822, 1830 and 1842; Holden's for 1805; Bailey's for 1783; Barfoot and Wilkes' for 1793-1798.





  301. Sandell (R.E), editor ABSTRACTS OF WILTSHIRE INCLOSURE AWARDS AND AGREEMENTS viii + 164pp, few small marks to original cloth. Impression of 400 Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 25. Devizes: 1971. £12.00





  302. 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 slight signs where label removed from front endpaper. Reprinted, Dawson for the University of London Institute of Historical research, Folkestone: 1989. £30.00
    * Covers the Ecclesiastical history of the county.





  303. Walcott (MacKenzie E.C) THE MITRED BENEDICTINE ABBEY OF S. ALDHELM, MALMESBURY. A Guide-Memoir. Illusts., map, 51pp, 12mo, original printed wraps slightly chipped to edges, tear to top wrap repaired to verso, ex lib., with label to verso of top wrap, and occasional stamp. Jones & Son, Malmesbury: 1897. £12.00





  304. Williams (Barrie), editor THE SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS OF BISHOPS TOUNSON AND DAVENANT 1620-40. viii + 122pp, original cloth. Impression of 425 Copies. Volume 32, Wiltshire Record Society, Devizes: 1977. £8.00





  305. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 5. Plates and plans some of which are folding, lacks geological map, 390p, contemporary half calf, marbled boards, and endpapers, rubbed, lacks most of spine, 2 portions of tape crudely attached to spine, hinges partly split, some occasional foxing. Devizes: Henry Bull, 1859. £15.00
    * Articles include:- Broughton Gifford; Edington; Geology of Wiltshire; Druidism; Bradford-on-Avon, etc.





  306. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 6. No XVII. Plates, pages numbered, 121-244pp, original printed wraps. Devizes: Henry Bull, December, 1859. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Bishop's Cannings; Roundway Hill; Wild Darell of Littlecote; Duchy of Lancaster Survey of its Manors in Wiltshire, etc.





  307. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 28. No LXXXIII. Plates, pages numbered 75-200pp, original printed wraps, partly faded, portions chipped from head of spine. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, June, 1895. £8.00
    * Includes articles on Belfry formerly standing in the Close, Salisbury; Geology of the Railway Line between Chiseldon to Collingbourne; Upper Upham Manor-House; Richard Jefferies - Bibliographical Addenda, etc.





  308. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 33. No C. Illust, 93-199pp, original wraps, spine slightly chipped. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, December 1903. £8.00
    * Includes:- Purton, A Case in the Star Chamber; Early History of the Upper Wylye Valley, etc.





  309. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 50. Nos CLXXIX. Plates, pages numbered ii + 207 + 307, original wraps. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, December 1943. £7.00
    * Includes articles on Sarum Illuminater; Vegetation of Coate Water; Hundreds of Wiltshire, etc.





  310. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Number CCIX September 1961. Volume 58. With plates, diagrams, and plans some of which are folding, iv + pages numbered, iv + 91pp, original printed card covers. Charles H. Woodward, Devizes: 1961. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Sir Richard Colt Hoare; Cricklade; Evelyn Family; Earle of Crudwell; Avebury Sarsens, etc.





  311. Wiltshire Local History Forum A GUIDE TO WILTSHIRE NEWSPAPERS. Sketch maps, 24pp, original card covers. Wiltshire Local History Forum, 2003. £4.00


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  312. 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. £12.00





  313. Bagshaw (Samuel) HISTORY, GAZETTEER, AND DIRECTORY OF THE COUNTY PALATINE OF CHESTER; Comprising a General Survey of the County, with a variety of Historical, Statistical, Topographical, Commercial, and Agricultural Information.... Lacks map, 711pp, disbound, first few leaves ragged, occasional spotting. Printed for the author by George Ridge, Sheffield: 1850. £18.00





  314. Bezzant (Norman) OUT OF THE ROCK... Numerous illusts, xii + 244pp, dustwrapper, private ownership stamp to verso of front endpaper. William Heinemann Ltd., London: 1980. £9.00
    * A history of the use of building stone in this country, and in particular a history of the first sixty years of The Bath and Portland Group.





  315. Boddely (T), printer THE BATH AND BRISTOL GUIDE: or the Tradesman's and Traveller's Pocket-Companion: Containing I. A Description of Bath;.... V. A Description of Bristol. VI. A List of the Carriers.... VII. Directions for all Travellers.... And other Useful Observations. The Third Edition, with Additions. 62pp, 12mo, dustwrapper. Originally published T. Boddely, Bath: (1755). Facsimile Edition, Kingsmead Bookshop. Bath: 1969. £12.00





  316. Brown (Martyn) AUSTRALIA BOUND! The Story of West Country Connections 1688-1888. Illusts, maps, 223 +(1)pp, original pictorial card covers, bookplate to verso of front cover. Ex Libris Press, Bradford on Avon: 1988. £7.00





  317. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." OXFORD section. Pages numbered 711-805, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 21 April 1834. £18.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.





  318. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." COUNTY OF YORK. North Riding and West Riding sections. Pages numbered 669-822, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 6th March 1828. £25.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.





  319. Clay (Emily) EXTRAORDINARY PARSONS OF DEVON AND CORNWALL. Illusts, 74pp, original pictorial card covers. Devon Books, Exeter: 1986. £5.00





  320. Cornwell (John) COLLIERIES OF KINGSWOOD AND SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE. No 2 in the Coalfield Series. With 64 plates, and 2 location maps, 83pp, oblong 8vo, original laminated boards. D. Brown and Sons, Cowbridge: 1983. £10.00





  321. Delderfield (Eric R) EXMOOR WANDERINGS. Map, plates, 139pp, 12mo, original pictorial wraps. Third edition enlarged, Raleigh Press, Exmouth: (1963) £6.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  322. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 6. Part 3 of 8 only. With 4 plates, pages numbered 65-96pp.... Bound with.... Appendix. Prideaux (E.K) and Shafto (G.R. Holt) BOSSES AND CORBELS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. Illusts in the text, pages numbered 149-180, original printed wraps. James G. Commin. Exeter: July, 1910. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Renaissance Church Wood-work in Devon; S. Paul's, Devonport, Church Bell; Early Sculptured Stones in St. Stephen's Church, Launceston; Chappingtons, the South Molton Organ Builders; Fry of Yarty; Redvers Family, etc.





  323. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 7. From January 1912 to October 1913. Part I Miscellaneous. Plates, some of which are folding, 304pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, rear board half damp stained, with some damage to the top corner, 6 folding plates affected by damp at top of central folds, with some slight loss of paper, otherwise a clean copy. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Courtenay Arms; Exeter Castle; Bells of North Bovey; Branscombe Church; Bideford Witches; Rectors of Talaton; Coinage Hall of Lostwithiel; Kirkham of Feniton, Westofer of Yardbury, Colyton, and Drake of Yardbury; Family of Pyne; Cornish Folklore: The Piskies, etc, etc.





  324. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 9. Part 1 of 8 only. Plate, 32pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With 2 plates, 32pp, original printed wraps. James G. Commin. Exeter: January, 1916. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Armory on Pole Monument in Colyton Church; Mayoral Elections held in Churches; Nicholas Izacke, Mayor of Exeter, etc.





  325. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 9. Part 2 of 8 only. With 2 plates, pages numbered 33-64pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. Pages numbered 33-64, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, April, 1916. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Ancient Liturgical MS discovered in Exeter Cathedral Library; Arms of the Family of Manningford; Stooke of Waddon and Clifford of Chudleigh, etc.





  326. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 17. Part 8 of 8 only. With 3 plates, 337-393pp, original wraps, small area rubbed to numbering of 'contents' on top wrap. A. Wheaton & Co. Ltd. Exeter: 1933. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Acland of Fremington; St Gulwell's Cross, Ashburton; Holy Trinity Chapel at St. Day; Edward Pellew, etc.





  327. 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.





  328. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 19. Part 8 of 8 only. With title-page, and list of plates to volume, 3 plates, pages numbered 337-392pp, original printed wraps, E. Lega Weekes signature on top wrap. James Townsend, Exeter: October, 1937. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Palmer House, Great Torrington; Pepperell of Massachussetts Bay, New England, etc.





  329. Duncan (Jonathan) THE HISTORY OF GUERNSEY; With occasional notices of Jersey, Alderney, and Sark, and Biographical Sketches. xvi + 655 + (1)pp, early half calf, rubbed, marbled boards and spine loose, ex-ref.lib. with stamps to endpapers and title-page. London: Longman, Brown, Green.... 1841. £30.00





  330. Forster (T.E), editor MEMOIR OF THE HARTLEY COLLIERY ACCIDENT AND RELIEF FUND. Prepared by request of the General Committee of the Fund. With 12 plates and illustrations, viii + 133pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, occasional underlining in crayon. Andrew Reid and Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne: 1912. £46.00





  331. Fox (Aileen) SOUTH WEST ENGLAND. 98 Photographs, 36 Line Drawings, 15 Maps, 254pp, slightly rubbed dustwrapper with a few short tears. First edition, London: Thames and Hudson, 1964. £8.00





  332. Glennie (E.A) FURTHER NOTES ON OGOF FFYNNON DDU. Plates, illusts in the text, 47pp, lacks top wrap, rear wrap loose and slightly ragged. Cave Research Group of Great Britain, Leamington Spa: c195- £10.00
    * This volume constitutes one of the Transactions of the Cave Research Group of Great Britain. Ogof Ffynnon Ddu is in the Brecon Beacons.





  333. Gomme (George Laurence), and Milne (F.A) editors ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY, PART XIII. (Warwickshire, Westmoreland, and Wiltshire.) Being a Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of the Gentleman's Magazine from 1731 to 1868. xii + 388pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, few marks to cloth and splash mark to top corner of rear board, some light spotting to endpapers. Elliott Stock, London: 1901. £15.00





  334. Gray (Todd), editor EARLY STUART MARINERS AND SHIPPING. The Maritime Surveys of Devon and Cornwall. Frontis, sketch maps, xxvii + 171pp, original card covers, dustwrapper. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 33. Torquay: 1990. £8.00
    * Lists names of mariners from the various ports.





  335. [Harrison (Bertha Fortescue)] BY THE BY-WAYS AROUND BRISTOL BY MOTOR. Plates, text illusts, 108pp, + 8pp of adverts, original printed wraps, light spotting to prelims. The Western Daily Press, Bristol: (1927) £10.00





  336. Hayman (Richard) RIDDLES IN STONE. Myths, Archaeology and the Ancient Britons. Illusts, diagrams, plans, xiv + 332pp, dustwrapper contained in a loose plastic sleeve. Hambledon Press, London: 1997. £8.00





  337. Heath (Sidney) THE SOUTH DEVON AND DORSET COAST. Plates, and textual illustrations, xvi + 445pp, original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, inner hinges cracked, inner joint at title-page crudely strengthened with tape. Fredrick A. Stokes, New York: 1910. £10.00





  338. 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. £22.00





  339. Home (Beatrice and Gordon) NORTH DEVON WITH WEST SOMERSET. The Coast, The Moors, and the Rivers from Dunster to Hartland Bay. Illusts, folding map in pocket at rear, 220 + 14 pages of adverts,sm 8vo, original cloth. Homeland Pocket Books. c.1910. £5.00





  340. Jowitt (R.L.P. and Dorothy) DISCOVERING WALKS IN WESSEX TOWNS. Maps, plates, 144pp, sm 8vo, original decorative card covers. Shire Publications, Aylesbury, 1974. £4.00





  341. Keeton (G.W) LORD CHANCELLOR JEFFERYS and the Stuart Cause. 553pp, dustwrapper, Bristol University labels to front endpapers, stamp to verso of title-page, and foot of last leaf. MacDonalds, London: 1965. £10.00





  342. Kent Archaeological Society ARCHAEOLOGIA CANTIANA. Being Contributions to the History and Archaeology of Kent. Volume CXIV (114). 1994. Plates, illusts, diagrams, 495pp, original cloth. Produced for the Society by Alan Sutton, Gloucester: 1995. £4.00
    * Articles include:- Defences of the Second Anglo-Dutch War at Gravesend; Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Eccles; Kent Yeoman in the 17th century; Excavations at Boys Hall Moat, etc.





  343. Kent Archaeological Society ARCHAEOLOGIA CANTIANA. Being Contributions to the History and Archaeology of Kent. Volume CXV (115). 1995. Plates, illusts, diagrams, 506pp, original cloth. Produced for the Society by Alan Sutton, Gloucester: 1996. £4.00
    * Articles include:- Sandwich Bay archaeology; Royal Military Canal, near Ham Street; Sir Richard Clement, Igtham Mote; Romano-British Villa at Snodland; Witchcraft Counter-Spells in Charing, etc.





  344. Longley (F.E) SOMERSET AND DORSET. Pamphlet, 16pp, textual engravings, lacks top wrap. c.188- £9.00





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





  346. Maggs (Colin G) THE BRISTOL & GLOUCESTER RAILWAY and Avon & Gloucestershire Railway. Illusts, maps, 66pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, The Oakwood Press, Lingfield: 1969. £8.00





  347. Maggs (Colin G) THE WESTON, CLEVEDON AND PORTISHEAD RAILWAY. Illusts, maps, 47pp, original pictorial card covers. First edition, The Oakwood Press, Lingfield: 1964. £8.00





  348. Maxim (James L) A LANCASHIRE LION. Illusts, 79pp, dustwrapper. Published by the Trustees of the late James L. Maxim. Leeds: 1965. £9.00
    * Concerns a causeway at Blackstone Edge.





  349. Michael (W) HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS OF WINDSOR CASTLE. Engraving, 8pp, sm 8vo, original printed top wrap, lacks lower wrap. W. Michael, Bookseller. &c. Westbury Wilts. c.1870. £10.00





  350. Miller (Amos C) SIR RICHARD GRENVILLE OF THE CIVIL WAR. With textual map, two plates and a double-page map, 215pp, small area torn from top of rear of dustwrapper. First edition, Phillimore, London: 1979. £12.00
    * Includes chapters, on Plymouth, Taunton, Exeter and Lyme Regis.





  351. More (Hannah), Shaw (Clare MacDonald) TALES FOR THE COMMON PEOPLE and other Cheap Repository Tracts. Illusts, 178pp, original pictorial card covers. Trent Editions, Nottingham Trent University, 2002. £9.00
    * Includes an outline of More's life and work in Gloucestershire and Somerset.





  352. Nicholls (J.F) PLEASANT TRIPS OUT OF BRISTOL: Lacks frontis, 202pp, disbound. First edition, Bristol: Arrowsmith, c.1870. £10.00
    * The trips include: Bath, Lansdown, Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare, Ilfracombe, Totnes, Chepstow, Tintern etc.





  353. Norris (Gerald) WEST COUNTRY ROGUES AND OUTLAWS. Illusts, 72pp, original pictorial card covers, partly faded. Devon Books, Exeter: 1986. £4.00





  354. Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN DERBY IN 1873. Derbyshire section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 45pp, disbound. 1875. £12.00





  355. Pasmore (W.S) TALES OF DEVON AND CORNWALL. 91pp, original wraps, lacks large portion of corner of top wrap, not affecting text. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Exeter: Besley and Dalgleish, 1900. £5.00





  356. Phillips (K.C) WESTCOUNTRY WORDS AND WAYS. 144pp, spine faded to dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1976. £6.00





  357. Pigot's PIGOT'S DIRECTORY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 1830. Lacks map, pages numbered 69-98, complete, disbound. London: Pigot & Co., 1830. £18.00





  358. Plymouth Institution ANNUAL REPORTS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE PLYMOUTH INSTITUTION. and Devon and Cornwall Natural History Society. Volume 19. 1943-44 and 1944-45. With 3 plates, xxiii + 126pp, original wraps, stamp of an institution on top wrap. Underhill, Plymouth: 1947. £10.00
    * Includes chapter on Natural History of the Plymouth Rubble Heaps; Plymouth Chantries; Ratter Street Congregational Church; Early Newspapers in Plymouth and the West; Prysten House; Canada and the Empire Air Training Scheme, etc.





  359. Robinson (W.J) WEST COUNTRY MANORS. Illusts, vi + 208pp, includes a 2pp list of subscribers, original cloth slightly dull, a couple of early ownership names to front endpaper, occasional foxing mainly to prelims. Bristol: St. Peter's Press, 1930. £40.00 --- 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.





  360. Ruck (Ruth) REMINISCENCES OF THE OLD COUNTRY. Historical Sites Exceptional Scenery Healthful Attributes. Plates, 184pp, original pictorial cloth, slightly rubbed to edges. London: John Ouseley, 1910. £8.00
    * Include chapters on the Cotswolds, Badminton, Peak District, North Wales.





  361. Shorter (A.H), Ravenhill (W.L.D) and Gregory (K.J) SOUTHWEST ENGLAND. With 95 textual illusts, 52 plates, 3 tables and a coloured folding map, xii + 340pp, few short tears to dustwrapper. First edition, Nelson, London: 1969. £18.00
    * Includes chapters on transport, agriculture, Isles of Scilly, Bodmin Moor, the Bovey Basin, the Lizard, etc.





  362. Smith (Reginald A) ON LATE-CELTIC ANTIQUITIES DISCOVERED AT WELWYN, HERTS. Reprinted from Archaeologia vol. LXIII Illusts, 30pp, title and last leaf slightly dusty, original paper wraps loose, and with a few tears to edges, narrow strip torn from top wrap. Oxford: Printed by Horace Hart for the Society of Antiquaries of London, 1912. £4.00





  363. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors Frederick William Weaver and Charles Herbert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 14. 368pp, complete in 8 parts, all in the original printed wraps. Sherborne: March 1914 - December 1915. £16.00





  364. Somerset and Dorset and Dorset, editors G.W. Saunders and Charles Hebert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET. Volume 15. 5 parts of 8 only. 5 parts all in the original printed wraps, lacks parts CXIV (114), CXVIII (118), and CXIX (119). Sherborne: March 1916 - December 1917. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Marnhull Tithes; Leachcraft in Dorset; Merriott Scratch Dials; Rev. John Collinson; Symonds Arms, Chardstock, etc.





  365. 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. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Manor of Tarrant Gunville; Payne family; Cloth Trade in Somerset; Dorset Wills; Kennet and Avon Canal; Dr, Claver Morris; Clare family, etc.





  366. Sussex Archaeological Society, edited by Mary S. Holgate. SUSSEX NOTES AND QUERIES A Quarterly Journal of the Sussex Archaeological Society. Volume 3, 1930, 1931. Illusts, 272pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, top corners of boards bruised, couple of splash marks to top board. Sussex Archaeological Society, 1931. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Sussex Manors of Francis Carew; Black Death in Sussex; Churchwarden's Accounts of West Tarring; Mounds on Camp Hill and Stone Hill, Ashdown Forest; Roman Site at Wiggonholt, etc.





  367. 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 slightly darkened and spotty. LIMITED TO 180 NUMBERED COPIES. Bristol: W. Crofton Hemmons, 1895. £18.00
    * Includes articles on Chepstow, Berkeley, Cleeve Abbey, House of Fortescue, Thornbury Castle, etc.





  368. Thornbury (Walter) CROSS COUNTRY. Frontis, vi + 337 + 16 pages of publisher's adverts, original cloth, partly faded, lightly rubbed, front inner hinge cracked, and weak. London: Sampson Low, 1861. £45.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Wiltshire Downs; Stonehenge; Druid's Temple at Stanton Drew; Bristol and its Sieges; The Mendips; Irish Fairies; Killarney, etc.





  369. Toulson (Shirley) THE MOORS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. 2. Exploring the Ancient Tracks of Dartmoor, Bodmin and Penwith. Line drawings, maps, plans, 142pp, original pictorial card covers. Hutchinson, London: 1984. £4.00





  370. Waters (Brian) THE BRISTOL CHANNEL. With plates and map endpapers, xvii + 206pp, tear to head of spine of dustwrapper, some spotting to rear of wrap, name covered with snowpake to front endpaper. First edition, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. 1955. £15.00





  371. Wyley (Graham) STRANGE WEST COUNTRY HAUNTINGS. Illusts, 96pp, original decorative card covers, ownership name to title-page. G. & T. Books, Brixham: c.1990. £4.00


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