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    Bristol





  1. Anderson (Charles A CITY AND ITS CINEMAS. Illusts, 104pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 1983. £5.00
    * 'This book could be sub-titled:- The Rise and Fall of Bristol's Picture Houses.'





  2. Appleby (John B) BRISTOL'S TRAMS REMEMBERED. their story 1875-1941, Plates, maps, 70pp, roy 8vo, original pictorial card covers, light mark to top cover, title-page slightly spotty. Published by the author, Bristol: 1969. £7.00





  3. Averys AVERYS BICENTENNIAL WINE LIST 1793-1993. Averys of Bristol Fine Wine Merchants. Coloured illusts, 126pp, tall 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Averys, Bristol: 1993. £8.00
    * Includes a history of the company, and Bristol's connection with the wine trade.





  4. Beddow (Neil), Bartlett (John), and others THE FORGOTTEN ESTATE Oldbury Court's Surprising History. Maps, 88pp, original pictorial card covers. ACTA Community and Oldbury Court Primary School, Bristol: 2004. £10.00





  5. Bristol Naturalists' Society, edited by T.E. Thompson 1984 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRISTOL NATURALISTS' SOCIETY Volume 44. With textual illusts, 70pp, original printed wrappers. Printed for the Society. Bristol: Grenfell Printing, 1986. £4.00
    * Includes the usual reports on the local geology, botany, ornithology, insects and fauna and papers on Phosgenite from Clevedon; Lichen ecology on Steep Holm; Fumaria in Avon, etc.





  6. Bristol Public Libraries EARLY BRISTOL NEWSPAPERS. a detailed catalogue of Bristol newspapers published up to and including the year 1800 in the Bristol Reference Library. 32pp, original decorative card covers. Corporation of Bristol, 1956. £10.00





  7. Buchanan (R.A) THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF BRISTOL. Illusts, 20pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1967. £5.00





  8. Charlton (J) and Milton (D.M) REDLAND 791 to 1800. With 8 plates, map end papers, 78pp, 12mo, original cloth. J.W. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1951. £12.00





  9. Davey (Peter) MY FIRST 44 PHOTOGRAPHS Bristol Tramways' Buses. 1945 - 1949. Illusts, 20pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Tram Photographic Collection, Bristol: 1997. £7.00





  10. Davey (Peter) TRAMWAYS FLEET Including a few details of the Replacement Buses. 1875 - 1941. Illusts, 20pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Tram Photographic Collection, Bristol: 1997. £7.00





  11. Davis (J.L) GLENSIDE HOSPITAL 1861-1961. 71pp, 4to, plastic spiral binding. Bristol: c.1962. £10.00
    * This is a chronology of the main events and it includes a transcript of Herapath's 'Report of the Committee of Visitors of the Lunatic Asylum at Stapleton. 1862'





  12. Day (Joan) BRISTOL BRASS. A History of the Industry. Plates and diagrams, 240pp, dustwrapper, bookplate to front pastedown. First edition, Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1973. £22.00





  13. Dening (C.F.W) OLD INNS OF BRISTOL. Illustrations by the author. 128pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded. Third edition. John Wright & Sons, Ltd., 1944. £8.00





  14. Downing (J.S) BRISTOL TELEPHONES CENTENARY 1879-1979. Illusts, 64pp, spiral binding in the original pictorial card covers. Bristol: 1979. £12.00





  15. Dresser (Madge), and others SLAVE TRADE TRAIL AROUND CENTRAL BRISTOL. Illusts, 26pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Museums and Art Gallery, Bristol: 1998. £4.00





  16. Elliott (George) & Snell (John) STORIES OF KINGS CHASE (Kingswood). Volume 1. Double-page map, illusts, 80pp, original pictorial card covers, inscription scored through on title-page. John Snell, Bristol: n.d. £6.00





  17. Foot (David), editor HUNGRY FIGHTERS OF THE WEST. The incrdible story of Local Boxing between the Wars. Illusts, 96pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 1988. £10.00
    * 'what boxing was really like in the West country, especially Bristol, during the Twenties and Thirties.'





  18. Fryer (Sylvia) FROM COLLIERS TO CLICKERS. Scenes from the history of the boot and shoe trade in Kingswood. No 4 in the Kingswood History Series. Illusts, 15pp, original pictorial card covers. Kingswood Borough Council, 1988. £4.00





  19. Gill (Jennifer) THE BRISTOL SCENE. Views of Bristol Artists by Bristol Artists from the Collection of the City Art Gallery. Coloured and black and white Illusts, 32pp, oblong 8vo, original decorative card covers, small area rubbed to rear cover. Bristol and West Building Society, c.1978. £4.00





  20. Greenacre (Francis) FROM BRISTOL TO THE SEA. Artists, the Avon Gorge and Bristol Harbour. 160pp, oblong 8vo, dustwrapper. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 2005. £12.00





  21. Hallett (Terry) BRISTOL'S FORGOTTEN EMPIRE. The History of The Empire Theatre. Illusts, 210pp, original pictorial card covers. The Badger Press, Westbury: 2000. £9.00





  22. Harvey (Charles) and Press (Jon) SIR GEORGE WHITE OF BRISTOL 1854-1916. Illusts, double-page plan, 31pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1989. £6.00





  23. Helme (Judy) IN FOOTSTEPS OF GIANTS. A History of Lawrence Weston. Illusts, 138pp, original pictorial card covers. Acta Community Theatre Ltd., 2003. £15.00





  24. Jones (Donald) BRISTOL'S SUGAR TRADE AND REFINING INDUSTRY. With 8 plates, double-page plan, 28pp, original card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, The University, Bristol: 2003. £5.00





  25. Jones (Pip) SATAN'S KINGDOM Bristol and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. 170pp, original pictorial card covers. Signed presentation inscription by the author on the title-page. Past & Present Press, Bristol: 2007. £12.00





  26. Liversidge (M.J.H) THE BRISTOL HIGH CROSS. Illusts, 21pp, original pictorial card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1978. £4.00





  27. Lyes (John) BRISTOL 1914-1919. 40pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, The University, Bristol: 2003. £5.00





  28. Lyes (John) BRISTOL 1927-1933. 35pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, The University, Bristol: 2004. £5.00





  29. Lynch (John) BRISTOL AND THE CIVIL WAR: for King and Parliament. Illusts, 213pp, original pictorial card covers. The History Prees, Stroud: 2009. £8.00





  30. Macfarlane (Allan) A PICTORIAL TRIBUTE TO THE BRISTOL OMNIBUS COMPANY and Associated Fleets 1936-1983. With 279 illusts, c.120pp, dustwrapper, private bookplate to front pastedown. Oxford Publishing Co., Poole: 1985. £12.00





  31. MacInnes (C.M) BRISTOL: A GATEWAY OF EMPIRE. Illusts, 456pp, spine faded and short tear to rear of dustwrapper. Reprinted, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1968. £10.00





  32. Mackeson (John F) BRISTOL TRANSPORTED. Illusts, 182pp, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press Ltd., Bristol: 1987. £7.00
    * 'provides a full account of how Australia was chosen as the new penal colony, and examines life there for the 120 convicts from Bristol.'





  33. Muller (W.J) BITS OF OLD BRISTOL, being facsimiles of twenty sketches by W.J. Muller. With 20 plates opposite descriptive text, folio, contemporary full calf, raised bands, slightly rubbed, top board waterstained, not affecting text, small amount of foxing, marbled boards. With the armorial bookplate of Henry Martin Gibbs to front pastedown, ink note to verso of front endpaper regarding cost of binding, etc., presumably by Gibbs. Below this is a later owners name. Limited Edition of 100 Numbered Copies. List of subscribers at the rear. First edition, Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, (1883) £60.00





  34. Pierson (Arthur T) GEORGE MULLER OF BRISTOL. With an Introduction by James Wright Son-in-Law and Successor in the work of George Muller. With 13 illustrations, 462pp, original cloth slightly rubbed and dull. Fifth edition, James Nisbet & Co., London: 1901. £6.00





  35. Poole (Steve), editor A CITY BUILT UPON THE WATER. Maritime Bristol 1750-1900. Illusts, some in colour, 224pp, original pictorial card covers. University of the West of England and Redcliffe Ltd., 2013. £12.00





  36. Port of Bristol THE PORT OF BRISTOL Official Handbook of the Port of Bristol Authority 1951. Illusts, plans, adverts, 124pp, roy. 8vo, original wraps, few small marks to top cover. Printed and Published for The Port of Bristol Authority by F.G. Warne, Bristol: 1951. £12.00





  37. Prout (J.S) PICTURESQUE ANTIQUITIES OF BRISTOL. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by J.S. Prout. With a lithographed title, and dedication page and 29 engraved views on India Proof plates, some spotting mainly to margins of plates as usual, approx. " of top margin of plates partly damp stained, folio, early qtr calf, cloth boards rubbed to edges, corners bruised, spine very rubbed affecting the lettering. Bristol; Published by George Davey, 1 Broad St. Printed by C. Hullmandel. c.1835. £100.00





  38. Ralph (Elizabeth) GOVERNMENT OF BRISTOL 1373 - 1973. Illusts, sm 4to, 71pp, original pictorial card covers. Corporation of Bristol: (1974) £5.00





  39. Richardson (David), editor BRISTOL, AFRICA AND THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SLAVE TRADE TO AMERICA. Volume 4. The Final Years, 1770-1807. xxxvii + 279pp, original cloth. Volume 47. Bristol Record Society. 1996. £20.00





  40. Shepherd (William) ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE The life of William Shepherd of Ashley Vale, Bristol 1910-99. Illusts, some in colour, maps, 87pp, roy 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Vintage Motor Cycle Club, Bristol: 2007. £12.00
    * Shepherd was a bricklayer and also a keen motor Cyclist. In the 1930's, he was a member of the Fishponds and District Motor Cycle Club.





  41. Stoddard (Sheena) CITY IMPRESSIONS: Bristol Etchers, 1910-1935. With 109 coloured illusts, 2 of which are folding, 120pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Redcliffe Press, and Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol: 1990. £6.00





  42. Thompson (J.F.A) FORTY YEARS OF THE BARN A history of Downend Folk House known as The Barn. Illusts, 66pp, original pictorial card covers. Downend Local History Society, Bristol: 2010. £4.00





  43. Tout (H) THE STANDARD OF LIVING IN BRISTOL. A Preliminary Report of the Work of the University of Bristol Social Survey. 64pp, original printed wraps, very slightly soiled to edges. Arrowsmith, Bristol: 1938. £8.00





  44. Vear (Leonard) BEDMINSTER BETWEEN THE WARS Profile of a local community 1918-1939. Illusts, 48pp, original pictorial card covers. Third impression, Bristol & West Building Society, Bristol: 1986. £5.00





  45. Warn (Ian M) BRISTOL 5th CLAUSE & PENNY POSTS 1793 to 1840. Numerous maps, illusts, folding table, viii + 142pp, dustwrapper, bookplate to front pastedown. The Postal History Society, and Bristol Philatelic Society, Tonbridge and Bristol: 1980. £14.00





  46. Willmott (Paul and Jill) THROUGH THE YEARS A Pictorial History of Kingswood and the Surrounding Area. Volume 1. Illusts, 64pp, original pictorial card covers. Enterprise Postcards, Bristol: 1992. £5.00





  47. Willmott (Paul and Jill) THROUGH THE YEARS A Pictorial History of Kingswood and the Surrounding Area. Volume 4. Illusts, 64pp, original pictorial card covers. Enterprise Postcards, Bristol: c.1989. £5.00





  48. Winstone (Reece) BRISTOL IN THE 1890'S. Over 180 Photographs, 64pp, roy 8vo, original pictorial laminated boards. Second Edition, Reece Winstone, Bristol: 1965. £12.00





  49. Winstone (Reece) VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN BRISTOL from old photographs. With 152 plates, dustwrapper, inscription to front endpaper. Portman Books, London: 1987. £7.00





  50. Yate District Oral History Project PARNALL'S IN MEMORIAM. We made the planes We made the turrets That won the war. A history of Parnall's created by those who worked there during the war - in memory of those who lost their lives in the bombing of February 1941. Illusts, 70pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Yate District Oral History Project, Bristol: 1990. £15.00


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    Cornwall





  51. Arlott (John), in collaboration with Rex Cowan and Frank Gibson ISLAND CAMERA. The Isles of Scilly in the photography of the Gibson family. With 150 illusts, 110pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1972. £8.00





  52. Axford (E.C) BODMIN MOOR. Plates, diagrams, maps, 188pp, dustwrapper. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1975. £12.00





  53. Ball (Richard) CONGREGATIONALISM IN CORNWALL. Frontis, 54pp, 12mo, original printed wraps, small repair to rear wrap. Independent Press Ltd., London: 1955. £7.00





  54. Barham (Charles) REMARKS ON THE ISLES OF SCILLY AS A HEALTH RESORT. This is a galley proof of an article which was published over 2 pages in 'The British Medical Journal', few spots some folds. The British Medical Journal, August, 1878. £12.00





  55. Barton (D.B) CORNWALL'S ENGINE HOUSES Coloured illusts, 32pp, original pictorial card covers. Reprinted, Tor Mark Press, Redruth: 2001. £4.00





  56. Brown (Kenneth) and Acton (Bob) EXPLORING CORNISH MINES. Volume 1, Consols & United - Kitty & Blue Hills Tywarnhayle - Basset - Dolcoath Botallack to Boswedden. Plates, plans diagrams, 144pp, original pictorial card covers, small private stamp to verso of top cover. Second Edition, Landfall Publications, Truro: 1996. £8.00





  57. Buckley (J.A) A HISTORY OF SOUTH CROFTY MINE. Illusts, 224pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. First edition, Dylansow Truran, Redruth: c.1982. £18.00





  58. Carn Brea Mining Society CARN BREA MINING SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. May 1990. No 24. Illusts, 18pp, small folio, original pictorial wraps, stapled. Carn Brea Mining Society, 1990. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Animal Superstitions Connected with the Mines; Cornish Mining Terms, etc.





  59. Carn Brea Mining Society CARN BREA MINING SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. June 1991. No 26. Illusts, 12pp, small folio, original pictorial wraps, stapled. Carn Brea Mining Society, 1991. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Underground in Levant, etc.





  60. Collins (J.H) PRELIMINARY NOTE ON THE STRATIGRAPHY OF WEST CORNWALL. Disbound, 7pp. Read November 1st, 1878. £4.00





  61. Daniell Rev. (J.J) A COMPENDIUM OF THE HISTORY OF CORNWALL. Third Edition with Corrections and Large Additions by J.H. Collins. Coloured folding map, xv + 476pp, original cloth, lacks front endpaper. Truro: Netherton and Worth, 1894. £40.00





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





  63. Folliott-Stokes (A.G) THE CORNISH COASTS AND MOORS. Illustrations from Photographs by Alex. Begbie, John C. Douglas, and the Author. 367pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, occasional spotting. New edition, Greening & Co., London: n.d. Preface dated 1912. £14.00





  64. H.J. THURSTAN COLLINS PETER. A Biographical Notice. Plate, pages numbered 204-212, original printed wraps, short tear to slightly creased top wrap, ownership name to top wrap. Reprinted from the Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 1917-18. £4.00





  65. Hall (A) WEST CORNWALL No 19. Geologists' Association Guides. Text maps, 39pp, original printed wraps, slightly creased where once folded. Geologists' Association, 1974. £4.00





  66. Halliday (F.E) A HISTORY OF CORNWALL. Plates and textual illusts, 325pp, original cloth, dustwrapper slightly worn to edges and with a few small marks. First edition, Gerald Duckworth, 1959. £12.00





  67. Hamilton-Jenkin (A.K) CORNWALL AND ITS PEOPLE. being a new impression of the composite work including: Cornish Seafarers, Cornwall and the Cornish, Cornish Homes and Customs. With an introduction by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. With twenty-four pages of illustrations. xvi + 487pp, spine of dustwrapper faded. First published in the combined edition in 1945. Name to front endpaper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: Reprinted. 1983. £14.00





  68. Harris (T.R) DR GEORGE SMITH 1800-1868. Wesleyan Methodist Layman. 27pp, original pictorial card covers. Signed by the author on the title-page. Smith was born at Condurrow. Cornish Methodist Historical Association, Penzance: 1968. £6.00





  69. Harris (T.R) SAMUEL DUNN 1798-1882. Reformer. 26pp, original pictorial card covers. Signed by the author on the title-page. Dunn, who was born in Mevagissey, travelled widely in Scotland and England and became a prominent speaker for the Wesleyan cause. Cornish Methodist Historical Association, Penzance: 1975. £6.00





  70. Kelly's KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF CORNWALL 1883. With folding map, pages numbered 799-1194 + 132 pages of adverts, lacks 3 leaves, i.e. pages 1083-1084, and 1155-1158, a few pages have some entries crossed out in crayon, map has a tear to inner margin, and short split to one fold, few small spots to later cloth. London: Kelly and Co. 1883. £85.00
    * Extracted from a larger work.





  71. Kent (Alan M) COUSIN JACK'S MOUTH-ORGAN Travels in Cornish America. 399pp, original pictorial card covers. Cornish Hillside Publications, St. Austell: 2004. £12.00
    * 'Taking for its starting point, the common Cornish Pasty - known in America as 'Cousin Jack's Mouth-organ' - the Cornish poet and writer, Alan M. Kent, takes a frantic and hilarious twenty-first century journey around Cornish America. Following in the footsteps of Cornwall's nineteenth-century Cousin Jacks and Jennies.'





  72. Kowaleski (Maryanne), editor THE HAVENER'S ACCOUNTS OF THE EARLDOM AND DUCHY OF CORNWALL, 1287-1356. Map, xi + 361 + 3pp, original pictorial card covers. Devon and Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 44. Exeter: 2001. £14.00





  73. Maclean (Sir John) PAROCHIAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OF THE PARISH OF ST. TUDY. Large folding map, plan, and pedigrees, lacks plate, 4to, pages numbered 303 to 462, text complete, original printed card covers and first 2 leaves loose, covers rubbed, lacks spine. London: Nicholls & Son, Bodmin: Liddell, & Son, 1879. £30.00
    * Forming Part XIV of 'Parochial and Family History of the Deanery of Trigg Minor in the County of Cornwall'.





  74. Mining Association and Institute of Cornwall TRANSACTIONS OF THE MINING ASSOCIATION AND INSTITUTE OF CORNWALL. Volume 3. Extra Number. 45pp, lacks lower wrap and top corner of top wrap, lacks portions from spine, slightly creased where once folded. Published by the Society, Camborne: 1890. £8.00
    * Includes:- Barry Dock and Railways; Deep Navigation Collieries; Great Western Colliery, etc.





  75. Nance (R. Morton), editor AN ENGLISH-CORNISH DICTIONARY. ix + 200pp, original cloth slightly spotty, some foxing to prelims, page edges darkened, name to front endpaper. Printed for the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies, Marazion: Worden, 1952. £10.00





  76. Old Cornwall OLD CORNWALL MAGAZINE Volume 2. No. 11. Illusts, 44 + (2)pp, original printed wraps, name in pencil to top cover. Issued by Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. Summer, 1936. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Three Sons of Tregony, 1622; Parentage of Dolly Pentreath; St. Ives Recollections; Domesday Book and East Cornwall, etc.





  77. Old Cornwall OLD CORNWALL MAGAZINE Volume 6. No. 8. Illusts, pages numbered 335-382, complete, original printed wraps. Issued by Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. Spring, 1965. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Borough of Helston; Bryan Rogers of Falmouth (1632-1692); Castle Dore; St. Issey in 1753; Probus, etc.





  78. Ordish (H.G) CORNISH ENGINE HOUSES A Second Survey Pictorial Survey. Numerous illusts, 64pp, original pictorial card covers. Truro: D. Bradford Barton, 1968. £6.00





  79. Peter (Richard) and (Otho Bathurst) THE HISTORIES OF LAUNCESTON AND DUNHEVED, in the County of Cornwall. Illusts., and folding maps, vi + (ii) + 423pp, few marks to partly faded original cloth, cloth slightly chipped to head and foot of spine, inner hinges cracked and weak. First edition, Plymouth: W. Brendon, 1885. £30.00





  80. [Polsue (Joseph)] LAKE'S A COMPLETE PAROCHIAL HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL, Compiled from the best authorities & corrected and improved from actual survey. Volume 1 of 4 only. Numerous illustrations and pedigrees, x + 412pp, 4to, early half calf, cloth boards, raised bands, spine gilt tooled, approx 1" split to head of rear outer hinge, covers lightly rubbed to edges, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. First edition. London: John Camden Hotten & Truro: William Lake, 1867. £45.00
    * Covers Advent to Falmouth.





  81. [Polsue (Joseph)] LAKE'S A COMPLETE PAROCHIAL HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL, Compiled from the best authorities & corrected and improved from actual survey. Volume 4 of 4 only. Illustrated, pedigrees, vii + 352 + 167 (Supplementary Papers) + xpp (Additions and Corrections), 4to, early half calf, cloth boards, contrasting leather labels on spine. The Supplementary Papers do not always appear in this volume. First edition, Truro: William Lake & London: John Camden Hotten. 1872. £50.00
    * Covers Newlyn to Zennor.





  82. Pryce (William), of Redruth MINERALOGIA CORNUBIENSIS; A Treatise on Minerals, Mines, and Mining: containing the Theory and Natural History of Strata, Fissures, and Lodes, with the Methods of discovering and working of Tin, Copper and Lead Mines.... to which is added An Explanation of the Terms and Idioms of Miners. With portrait frontis, mine plan, 4 of 6 plates and 2 folding tables, lacks all before Subscribers list, and pages 13-16 inclusive, one plate shaved affecting a few words, folio, early half calf, marbled boards, rubbed to edges, 1" split to top outer hinge, and 2" split to rear outer hinge, portions of marbled paper on boards missing from edges, damp marks to a few margins, front inner hinge broken, all leaves before page 15 loose, early repair to tear in margin of last leaf. The portrait frontis of Pryce is not called for in the 'Directions to Binder' and is frequently missing. First edition, London: Printed for the Author, by James Phillips, 1778. £150.00
    * 'It was the result of careful study of the mining world of Cornwall, and is still of value, both for historical purposes and for practical mining.' D.N.B.





  83. Rowse (A.L) TUDOR CORNWALL. Portrait of a Society. With map and 8 plates, 462pp, slightly rubbed dustwrapper, tipped onto the title-page are 2 small black and white photographs, to one side of these is a pencilled note :- 'St. Columb 1934.' London: Macmillan, 1969. £10.00





  84. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. 1843. Folding frontis, and 2 other folding plates, original printed top wrap is loose, note in ink on top wraps, lacks lower wrap and spine. Falmouth: Printed and Sold by J. Trathan, 1843. £20.00
    * Includes articles:- Crustacea, Sea Urchins, water Shells; Tresavean Mine. etc.





  85. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. FIFTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT. of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. 1888. Original printed wraps partly faded, few textual illusts, small areas rubbed from spine, one section of text loosening, name to top wrap. Falmouth: Lake & Co., Truro: Heard & Sons, 1888. £22.00
    * Includes articles:- Tin-deposits in Galicia, Spain; Miners' Electric Safety Lamps; Some Industries of the West; Skates and Rays of Cornwall, etc.





  86. Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society SIXTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. 1893. Lacks wraps. Falmouth: Lake & C., Truro: Heard & Sons, 1893. £22.00
    * Includes articles:- Marazion and Perranuthnoe Mining Districts; Habits etc. of the Mackerel, etc.





  87. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 17. Part 3. vii + 97-173pp, original printed wraps. Penzance: 1943-1944. £8.00
    * Articles include:- Raised Beaches Marazion Area; Recent Geology of Cornwall; Mine Temperatures in West Cornwall, etc.





  88. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 17. Part 7. Maps, diagrams, 351-397pp, original printed wraps, staple rust stains to wraps. Penzance: 1947. £8.00
    * Articles include:- Geology of South Tolgus Shaft; Kit Hill, Callington, etc.





  89. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 21. Part 3. Illusts, diagrams, pages numbered 113-152, original card covers. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Penzance: 1985. £4.00
    * Contains article on:- Ore Genesis in South West England.





  90. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 21. Part 6. Illusts, diagrams, pages numbered 247-314, original card covers. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Penzance: 1994. £4.00
    * Contains articles on:- History of the China Clay Industry; Primary kaolins in South-west England, etc.





  91. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall ROYAL GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CORNWALL TRANSACTIONS Volume 22. Part 1. Illusts, diagrams, 56pp, card covers. Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Penzance: 1996. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Late Pleistocene Stratigraphy of North and West Cornwall, etc.





  92. Royal Institution of Cornwall FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. Part II. Autumn Meeting, 1860. 10 + (5)pp, original printed wrappers. Truro: Heard and Sons. 1861. £10.00





  93. Royal Institution of Cornwall FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. xvii + (7)pp, original printed wraps, few spots to wraps, small portions chipped from head of spine, lacks portion of top corner of top wrap. Truro: James R. Netherton. 1866. £15.00





  94. Royal Institution of Cornwall JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTE OF CORNWALL, WITH THE FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. No 10. April, 1869. Plates, xxxvi + 77-145pp, original wrappers, some soiling to top wrap. Truro: James R. Netherton, 1869. £17.00
    * Includes articles:- Cliff Castle of Kenidzhek; Ancient Slab in Bodmin Church, etc.





  95. Royal Institution of Cornwall THE FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. Tables, xxxvipp, original printed wraps. Truro: James R. Netherton, 1869. £9.00





  96. Royal Institution of Cornwall THE FIFTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. Tables, cipp, original wraps. head and foot of spine chipped, spotting to fore-edges and to prelims. Truro: James R. Netherton, 1872. £9.00





  97. Royal Institution of Cornwall JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. VOLUME 12. Part 2. 1894-5. Plan, 119-215pp, complete, lacks top wrap, lacks top corner from lower wrap. Truro: Lake and Lake, 1895. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Rude Stone Monuments of Cornwall; Soda-Felspar at Dinas Head, near Padstow, etc.





  98. Royal Institution of Cornwall JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL. New Series Volume 3. Part 1. Illusts, 82pp, original printed wraps. Truro: Oscar Blackford, 1957. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Medieval Chapels of Cornwall; Cornish Smuggling; Tonkin Manuscript; Stained Glass Windows in Cornwall, etc.





  99. Royal Institution of Cornwall JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CORNWALL No 96. New Series Volume 3. Part 3. Illusts, pages numbered 101-279, original wraps. Truro: Oscar Blackford, 1959. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Ornithology in Cornwall; Wheal Alfred; Cornish Agriculture; Penheleg Manuscript, etc.





  100. Shaw (Thomas) GWENNAP PIT John Wesley's Amphitheatre A Cornish Pardon. Illusts, 72pp, original pictorial card covers. Busveal Methodist Church Council, Truro: 1992. £5.00





  101. Smith (John R) CORNWALL'S CHINA-CLAY HERITAGE. Illusts, double-page map, diagrams, 48pp, original pictorial card covers, crease to lower corner of rear cover. Twelveheads Press, Truro: 1992. £4.00





  102. Thurlow (Charles) CHINA CLAY Traditional mining methods in Cornwall. Illusts, 32pp, original pictorial card covers. Second edition, Tor Mark Press, St. Day: 1996. £4.00





  103. Thurston (Edgar) and Vigurs (Chambre C) A SUPPLEMENT TO F. HAMILTON DAVEY'S FLORA OF CORNWALL. Frontis., 172pp, later amateur paper covers, with label on spine, covers slightly worn, rubbed to outer hinges. Truro: Oscar Blackford, 1922. £18.00





  104. Trevithick Society THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. No 28. February 1980. Illusts, 13pp, sm folio, stapled. 1980. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Chacewater; Richard Trevithick and George Stephenson; Cornish Industry 100 Years Ago, etc.





  105. Trevithick Society THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. No 30. August 1980. Illusts, 9pp, sm folio, stapled. 1980. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Wheal Jane; Stannary Law, etc.





  106. Trevithick Society THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. No 32. February 1981. Illusts, 12pp, sm folio, stapled. 1981. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Johannesburg's Mining Museum; Francis Trevithick at Crewe; Surviving Cornish Pumping Engines, etc.





  107. Trevithick Society THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. No 40. February 1983. Illusts, 8pp, sm folio, stapled. 1983. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Cape Cornwall Stack; Elsecar Engine in South Yorkshire; Coldharbour Mill Uffculme, etc.





  108. Trevithick Society THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY NEWSLETTER. No 41. May 1983. Illusts, 8pp, sm folio, stapled. 1983. £4.00
    * Includes articles on Cornish Coastal Trade; Cornish enginehouse at Scott's Pit, Wales; Submarine Telegraph, etc.





  109. Trevithick Society JOURNAL OF THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY No 3. 1975. Illusts, 78pp, original pictorial card covers. Trevithick Society, Cornwall: 1975. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Iron in the Cornish Industrial Revolution; Cornish Industrial Literature, Cornish Beam Engine, etc.





  110. Trevithick Society THE JOURNAL OF THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY No 21. 1994. Illusts, 64pp, original pictorial card covers. Trevithick Society, Cornwall: 1994. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Wheal Hermon, St Just; Belowda Beacon Clayworkings; Parbola Mine, etc.





  111. Trevithick Society THE JOURNAL OF THE TREVITHICK SOCIETY No 26. 1999. Illusts, 99pp, original pictorial card covers. Trevithick Society, Cornwall: 1999. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- East Bosorne Mine; Great Western Mines; Cornish Vanning Shovel; Tin Streaming in the River Valleys of Camborne, Illogan & Redruth, etc.


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  112. Amery (J.S), Davidson (James B), and others THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY AND GELD INQUEST: Extensions, Translations, and Indices. Parts 4, 6, 7, 8 of 9 only, being pages 489-561 and 675-1146, 4 parts untrimmed in the original wraps. Plymouth: W. Brendon, 1884-1892. £35.00





  113. Barnstaple REPORT ON THE BOROUGH OF BARNSTAPLE. Title + pages numbered 428-434, complete, extracted from a larger work, folio, disbound. House of Commons, London: 1835. £15.00
    * Sections of the Report cover:- History; Courts; Corporate Body; Police; Revenue, etc.





  114. Barrow (Pat) SLAVES OF RAPPAREE The Wreck of the London. Illusts, map, 187 + (5) page index, original pictorial card covers. Edward Gaskell, Bideford: 1998. £15.00
    * The 'London' was wrecked off the north coast of Devon in 1796 laden with slaves and treasure.





  115. Bartholomew (Ch), Incumbent of S. David, Exeter CHURCH PRINCIPLES THE REAL ANTAGONISM TO ROMANISM. A Sermon Preached in The Cathedral Church of S. Peter, Exeter, Thursday, April 24, 1851. At the Visitation of the Lord Bishop. And Published at his Request. 19pp, disbound. London & Exeter: 1851. £10.00





  116. Baxter (Julia & Jonathan) BARNSTAPLE YESTERDAY, Over 160 photographs of Barnstaple from the 1860's onwards. 76pp, large 8vo, original pictorial card covers. H.J. Chard & Sons, Bristol: 1980. £10.00





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





  118. Burnham (E.J) A GUIDE TO SEATON AND DISTRICT Including - Axmouth - Colyford - Colyton - Beer - and Branscombe. With 28 illustrations and 2 maps, 96pp, sm 8vo, original printed cloth boards. Seventh edition, West Country Booksellers Ltd., Seaton: c.1920. £4.00





  119. Carter (G.E.L) BOROUGH ENGLISH AND BURBAGE TENURE. Pages numbered 383-390, complete, original printed wraps, ink note on top wrap. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 1939, 1941 and 1933. £4.00





  120. Chapman (Gordon) DEVON AT THE CINEMA An Illustrated History of Cinema Going. Numerous illusts, 160pp, dustwrapper. Devon Books, Tiverton: 2000. £12.00





  121. Clayden (Arthur W) THE HISTORY OF DEVONSHIRE SCENERY. An Essay In Geographical Evolution. With 43 plates, viii + 202pp, original cloth. First edition, Chatto and Windus, London. James G. Commin, Exeter: 1906. £15.00
    * This forms part 2 of volume 4 of Devon Notes and Queries.





  122. Dartington Rural Archive YESTERDAY'S VILLAGE. Illusts, map, 52pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers, spine slightly rubbed, corners of rear cover slightly creased. Dartington Rural Archive, 1978. £5.00
    * Covers parishes, south of Dartmoor between Newton Abbot and Dartmouth.





  123. Delderfield (Eric R) THE LYNMOUTH FLOOD DISASTER. With a Foreword by The Rt. Hon. The Earl Fortescue. Plates, map endpapers, 164 + (2) pages publisher's adverts, lacks dustwrapper, 12mo, original cloth, partly faded. Signed by the author on the title-page. The Raleigh Press, Exmouth: (1953) £8.00





  124. Devon County Council TOTNES and Dartington Outline Plan. Folding coloured plan, illusts, 16pp., oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers, top corner of rear cover bruised. Devon County Council, January, 1972. £8.00





  125. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 2. From January 1902 to October 1903. Part I Miscellaneous. Illusts, [vi] + 268pp, original cloth.... Bound with.... Crossing (William) THE ANCIENT STONE CROSSES OF DARTMOOR and its Borderland. Illustrated by T.A. Falcon. Revised Edition. Plates, folding map, xii + 184pp. This forms part 2 of Volume 2. Special Edition with additional plates limited to 250 copies. Two items bound in 1, later cloth, ex-lib. with label to front pastedown, and number to verso of title-page, no stamps, some foxing to prelims. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1902 & 1903. £30.00





  126. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 5. Part 1, January 1908. With 3 plates, 32pp.... Bound with.... Appendix. Cresswell (Beatrix) EXETER CHURCHES. With 7 plates, pages numbered 81-112, original printed wraps, top wrap loose and ragged, small portions of paper missing from spine. Exeter: James G. Commin. 1908. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Widworthy Church; Chittlehampton Wayside Crosses; The Dolton Font; Exeter Churches, etc.





  127. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 5. Part 2, April 1908. With 3 plates, pages numbered 33-72.... Bound with.... Appendix. Cresswell (Beatrix) EXETER CHURCHES. With 7 plates, pages numbered 113-144, original printed wraps, small portion missing from foot of spine. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1908. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Courtenay Tomb in Colyton Church; Ministers of Seaton; Heraldry in Exeter Churches; Sir Walter Raleigh, etc.





  128. Devon Notes and Queries DEVON NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 5. Part 7, July 1909. With 3 plates, pages numbered 233-264.... Bound with.... Appendix. Prideaux (E.K) and Shafto (G.R. Holt) BOSSES AND CORBELS OF EXETER CATHEDRAL. With 6 plates, pages numbered 21-52, original printed wraps. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1909. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Exeter Civic Seals; Reminiscences of Hawks and Hawking (continued); Silk Culture in Devon, etc.





  129. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION For the Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art. [Princetown, July, 1905.] Volume 37. Illusts some of which are folding, 590pp, original wraps are spotty, portions missing from foot of spine. Plymouth: W. Brendon and Son. 1905. £21.00
    * Includes articles:- Lydford; Stone Monuments on Exmoor; Dartmoor; Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt and Princetown; Neighbours of North Wyke; Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Albermarle and Devon, etc.





  130. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION.... [Chagford, 1947.] Volume 79. Illusts, x + 346pp, original paper wraps. Devonshire Press, Torquay: 1947. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Central Trackway of Dartmoor; Tavistock; Gidleigh; Caverns at Buckfastleigh; Surnames of Devon, etc.





  131. Devonshire Association, compiled by A.A. Fursdon GENERAL INDEX TO TRANSACTIONS 1949 - 1968. Vols. 81-100. 52pp, original printed wraps. Torquay: Devonshire Press. 1969. £10.00





  132. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION.... Torrington, 1967. Volume 99. Illusts, vii + 402pp, original printed wraps. Devonshire Press, Torquay: 1967. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Devonshire Church Houses; Seyntcleres of Tidwell; Torbryan Caves; Old Doors and Doorways of Barnstaple; Plymouth Quakers, etc.





  133. Devonshire Association REPORT AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION For the Advancement of Science and Literature and Art. Ilfracombe, 1981. Volume 113. Illusts, xxix + 219pp, original wraps. Devonshire Press, Plymouth: 1981. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Settlement Site on Harford Moor; Granite Working on Pew Tor and Staple Tor; Sidmouth Shingle; St. Olave's Trust, etc.





  134. Dunstan (G.R), editor THE REGISTER OF EDMUND LACY Bishop of Exeter 1420 - 1455. Volume III. 398pp, original printed wraps, partly faded, lower wrap loose, and ragged. Canterbury and York Society in conjunction with Devon and Cornwall Record Society, Torquay: 1967. £4.00





  135. Evans (Rachel) HOME SCENES, OR TAVISTOCK AND ITS VICINITY. Illustrated with mounted photo frontis. and 7 steel engraved vignette views, viii + 176pp, original cloth, slightly rubbed, and damped, internally clean, short worm trail, affecting letter 't' of 'Corrected' on title-page. Second Edition Revised and Corrected. Tavistock: T.W. Greenfield. 1875. £30.00





  136. Exeter Education EDUCATION WEEK EXETER 6th-12th June, 1926. Plates, adverts, viii + 102 + ix-xviiipp, original wraps. Executive Committee of Exeter Education Week, 1926. £10.00
    * Contains much on the history of education in Devon.





  137. Granville (Roger) THE HISTORY OF THE GRANVILLE FAMILY. Traced back to Rollo, first Duke of Normandy. With folding frontis, 30 plates, lacks the folding pedigree, vi + (i) + 489 + (i)pp, 4to, original cloth, partly faded, some small spots to spine, slightly rubbed to head and foot of spine, rear outer hinge has a short split, front inner hinge cracked though sound, marbled page edges. Ex-Tiverton Memorial library with their donation bookplate to front endpaper, which is signed by the donor, and with his indelible stamp to front endpaper and to title-page, slight signs to front endpaper where old label removed. William Pollard, Exeter: 1895. £100.00
    * The pedigree is frequently missing.





  138. Gray (Todd), edited and with an introduction by THE LOST CHRONICLES OF BARNSTAPLE 1586-1611. Frontis, illusts, maps, xiv + 188pp, square 8vo, decorative laminated boards. First Edition. Devonshire Association. 1998. £15.00





  139. Hamilton Jenkin (A.K) MINES OF DEVON. Volume 1: The Southern Area. Illusts, textual maps, 154pp, partly faded dustwrapper. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1974. £15.00





  140. Harris (Helen) INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR. Plates and textual diagrams, 239pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper. New impression with corrections. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1972. £5.00





  141. Hingeston-Randolph (Rev. F.C) THE REGISTER OF EDMUND LACY, Bishop of Exeter, (A.D. 1420-1455) Part I,- The Register of Institutions. With Some Account of the Episcopate of John Catrick (A.D. 1419). Frontis, xx + 415pp, original cloth, some discolouration to title-page. London: George Bell & Sons., and Exeter: Henry S. Eland, 1909. £25.00





  142. Hingeston-Randolph (Rev. F.C) THE REGISTER OF THOMAS DE BRANTYNGHAM Bishop of Exeter, (A.D. 1370 - 1394). Part II. Folding pedigree, xlii + 575 - 978pp, original cloth, small amount of worming affecting fore-edges of prelims, and endpapers. London: George Bell & Sons., and Exeter: Henry S. Eland, 1906. £20.00





  143. Hoskins (W.G) DEVON AND ITS PEOPLE. With 12 illusts, and 6 maps and plans, 176pp, original cloth, lacks dustwrapper, cellotape stains to endpapers. Exeter: A. Wheaton, 1968. £4.00





  144. Lauder (Rosemary Anne), editor THE NORTH DEVON MAGAZINE. Quarterly. Spring/Summer 1986. Illusts, adverts, 88pp, original pictorial card covers slightly creased, and lightly rubbed, couple of spots to rear of top cover. Badger Books, Bideford: 1986. £4.00





  145. Lawrence (Rod) THE EXE. A River for Wildlife. 191pp, original pictorial card covers, ex-lib. with small label to last leaf, and slight signs where label removed from half-title. Ex Libris Press, Bradford on Avon: 1991. £4.00





  146. Lega Weekes (Ethel) THE EARLIEST KNOWN LANDHOLDERS OF THROWLEIGH. Pages numbered 185-189, complete, original printed wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1940. £4.00





  147. Oliver (The Rev. George) DIG(NATORIES) OF EXON CATH(EDRAL). Appendix only. Extracted from Oliver's The History of Exeter, 1821. xxxivpp, interleaved with blanks, 12mo, early cloth, leather label, titled as above, cloth damp spotty, occasional foxing and light damp marks, lower portion of first leaf cut away, some ink 'corrections' and marginalia to text, notes in ink to several of the blanks. With the signatures of Edward Windeatt, and Wm Harding to front endpaper, presumably one or both of them contributed to the ink notes. Printed by R. Cullum, Exeter: 1821. £12.00





  148. Ponsford (Clive N), editor SHIPBUILDING ON THE EXE. The Memoranda Book of Daniel Bishop Davy (1799-1874) of Topsham, Devon. With a biography of Robert Davy (1762-1862) Frontis, illusts, xxix + 105pp, original card covers, dustwrapper. Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 31. Torquay: 1988. £10.00





  149. Radford (Arthur Locke) EDMUND AND RICHARD TREMAYNE Plate, 10pp, lacks wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1901. £4.00





  150. Radford (Mrs G.H) SYDENHAM. 4pp, lacks top wrap, few spots to top margins. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1895. £4.00





  151. Rose-Troup (Frances) THE STUDY OF PLACE AND FIELD-NAMES. 4pp, original printed wraps. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 1919. £4.00





  152. Sellick (Douglas A) COOKWORTHY. 1705-80 and his circle. Illusts, maps, 279pp, short tear to rear of dustwrapper. Baron Jay Ltd., Plymouth: 1978. £10.00
    * 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.





  153. Sturdy (R.K), and others TOWN MILLS CHUDLEIGH. The Story of the Mill and the Town. Plates, 31pp, including 4 pages of adverts, original printed wraps, small area rubbed, and price in ink to top cover. Bendles, Torquay: [1979] £5.00





  154. Trump (H.J) TEIGNMOUTH A Maritime History. Plates, textual illusts, roy 8vo, xvi + 140pp, dustwrapper. Second edition, Phillimore, Chichester: 1986. £7.00





  155. Watkin (Hugh R) DARTMOUTH. Vol 1. Pre-Reformation. Illusts, large folding map, xvi + 498pp, original card covers, covers lightly rubbed, top corner of rear cover has small crease, 2 small splash marks to top cover. (Parochial Histories of Devonshire No 5). With SUPPLEMENT map, scale 1/1250, folded and tipped onto inside of rear cover. Devonshire Association. 1935. £9.00





  156. Whitfeld (Henry Francis) PLYMOUTH AND DEVONPORT IN TIMES OF WAR AND PEACE. Numerous illusts, xi + 560pp + 48 + ivpp, 4to, untrimmed in the original cloth, top of rear outer hinge split for approx. 3", ex-lib. with label to front pastedown, and stamp and numbers to verso of title-page. Second Edition, Plymouth: E. Chapple. Devonport: Hiorns and Miller, 1900. £40.00
    * Titled:- 'Subscriber's Copy' on top board.


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  157. Barnes (William) FOLKLORE. Dorset Series No. 1. Frontis, 9pp, dustwrapper. Words Press, Dorchester: 1996. £10.00





  158. Beningfield (Gordon), Zeman (Anthea) HARDY COUNTRY. Coloured and black and white illusts, 141pp, oblong folio, couple of tears to dustwrapper. Allen Lane, London: 1983. £10.00





  159. Burnett (David) DORSET BEFORE THE CAMERA 1539-1855. Drawings, Prints, Watercolours. With 134 illusts, 4to, dustwrapper, private ownership label to front endpaper. The Dovecote Press, Wimborne: 1982. £10.00





  160. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, edited by J. Stevens Cox PROCEEDINGS OF THE DORSET NATURAL HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Volume 94. Plates, diagrams, illusts, 94 + (2)pp, original pictorial card covers. Dorchester: Friary Press, 1973. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Excavation at Winterborne Kingston; Medieval Deer Parks of Dorset; The Leaze, Wimborne, etc.





  161. Goldsworthy (Margaret), compiler THE DORSET BEDSIDE ANTHOLOGY. Illusts in the text, map endpapers, ix + 339pp, original cloth partly faded, lacks dustwrapper. First edition, The Arundel Press, Bognor Regis: 1951. £8.00





  162. Lucking (J.H) THE GREAT WESTERN AT WEYMOUTH A Railway and Shipping History. Plates, 253pp, dustwrapper, private bookplate to front endpaper. David and Charles, Newton Abbot: 1971. £12.00





  163. Mills (A.D) THE PLACE-NAMES OF DORSET. Part 1. The Isle of Purbeck, The Hundreds of Rowbarrow, Hasler, Winfrith, Culliford Tree, Bere Regis, Barrow, Puddletown, St. George. With 2 maps, xxxvii + 384pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. English Place Name Society, Nottingham: 1977. £20.00





  164. Monk (Murial) INDEXES OF THE 1851 CENSUS DORSET. Volume 6 Bridport & Neighbouring Parishes. 183pp, recent unlettered cloth, with the original card covers bound in, ex-ref.lib stamp to first leaf. Somerset and Dorset Family History Society, 1988. £9.00





  165. Pinion (F.B), editor BUDMOUTH ESSAYS ON THOMAS HARDY. Papers printed at the 1973 Summer School. 228pp, original printed card covers. The Thomas Hardy Society, Dorchester: 1976. £10.00





  166. Victoria History, edited by William Page VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF DORSET. Volume 2. With 2 maps, a plan and 2 plates, xi + 370pp, 4to, original cloth, without dustwrapper, endpapers spotty. First edition, Archibald Constable, London: 1908. £40.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Religious Houses, Maritime History and Social and Economic History, Agriculture, Hunting, etc.





  167. Weymouth and Melcombe Regis REPORT ON THE CORPORATION OF WEYMOUTH AND MELCOMBE REGIS, (Dorsetshire.) Title and pages numbered 1382-1395, complete, extracted from a larger work, folio, disbound. House of Commons, London: 1835. £18.00
    * Sections of the Report cover:- History; Courts; Corporate Body; Police; Revenue, etc.


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  168. Blunt (John Henry) TEWKESBURY ABBEY and Its Associations. Plan and 16 plates, (iii) + 130pp, original cloth, 2 areas rubbed to edges of boards, and small hole in spine, ex-lib. with label to front endpaper, and embossed stamps to front endpaper and half-title, occasional pencil marginalia. First edition, W. North, Tewkesbury: 1875. £7.00





  169. Bradley-Birt (F.B) TEWKESBURY The Story of Abbey, Town, and Neighbourhood. With illustrations by Percy Home and others. 261pp, original cloth. Second edition, Phillips & Probert, Worcester: 1931. £12.00





  170. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1876. Volume 1. Plates and pedigrees, some of which are folding, 172 + xxivpp, original printed wraps, ink note on top wrap. Gloucester: John Bellows, (1876) £22.00
    * Includes chapters on:- Berkeley Castle; Gloucestershire Menhir; English Bicknor; Gloucester Cathedral; Churchdown, etc..





  171. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Sir John Maclean TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1889-90. Volume 14. Part 2 of 2. Illusts, 129-414 + xipp, original wraps, spine faded, short tear to rear wrap, small portion missing from foot of spine. Bristol: Printed for the Society by C.T. Jefferies, 1890. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Leland in Gloucestershire; Sevenhampton; Perambulation of Forest of Dean; , etc.





  172. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Rev. C.S. Taylor TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1892-93. Volume 17. Part 1 of 2. Illusts, 2 folding plans, 257pp, portions missing from spine, wraps loose and ragged. H. Osborne, Gloucester: 1894. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Cirencester Hospitals; Parish Church of St. John the baptist, Cirencester; Berkeleys of Cobberley, etc.





  173. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Roland Austin TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1922. Volume 44. Illusts, folding plans, 336 + 20pp, original wraps, top outer hinge rubbed and partly split with small portion of paper missing, wraps spotty. Kendal: Printed for the Society by Titus Wilson, 1922. £16.00
    * Includes articles on Millerd's Plan of Bristol; Excavation at Cirencester; Bristol Medical Institutions; Stanley St. Leonards; Gloucestershire Fonts, etc.





  174. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Roland Austin TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1936. Volume 58. Illusts, folding maps, v + 307 + 23pp, original wraps, spine slightly darkened. Gloucester: Printed for the Society by John Bellows, 1937. £16.00
    * Includes articles:- Ancient Woodland of Gloucestershire; Gloucestershire voters in 1710; Iron Age and Saxon burials at Foxcote Manor; Lancaut; Will of Robert Huntington, etc.





  175. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Roland Austin TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1939. Volume 61. Illusts, folding maps, v + 341 + 23pp, original printed wraps, spine slightly darkened. Gloucester: John Bellows, 1940. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Swordbearers of Bristol; Excavations at Sea Mills; Stone Coffins Gloucestershire; Spillman Cartulary; Bristol Poll Tax 1666; Deerhurst Priory Church, etc.





  176. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Roland Austin editor TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1943. Volume 64. Illusts, folding pedigree, 264pp, few spots to the original wraps, and to title-page. John Bellows, Gloucester: 1944. £15.00
    * Includes articles:- Machen Family; John Deighton, surgeon; Gloucester Militia Men in 1797; Hillier and Parry Family,; Native Speech of Gloucestershire, etc.





  177. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by Joan Evans and H.S. Grace TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1957. Volume 76. Illusts, 2 folding pedigrees, 215pp, original wraps. Gloucester: Printed for the Society by John Bellows, 1958. £11.00
    * Includes articles:- Cirencester Word Square; William of Wycumbe; Last of the Brimpsfield Giffards; Temple Street Sugar House and the Hine and Lane families, etc.





  178. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by H.S. Gracie TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1970. Volume 89. Illusts, 223pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. Cheltenham: Printed for the Society by Norman Brothers, 1971. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Gloucestershire Grammar Schools; Shirehampton 1851 census; John Desborough; John Trevisa; Berkeley Churches; Henry Ryder; Whitelaw & Stirrat Turbines at Frocester Court, etc.





  179. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, compiled by Susan Vaughan TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - GENERAL INDEX to Volumes 101-110 (1983-1992). 124pp, original printed wraps. Printed for the Society. £6.00





  180. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 1989. Volume 107. Illusts, 308pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. Gloucester: 1989. £6.00
    * Includes articles:- Druid Stoke megalithic monument; Thornbury Woodlands and Deer Park; Thornbury deer parks; Rodmarton Long Barrow, etc.





  181. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, edited by James Lee TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FOR 2011. Volume 129. Illusts, 320pp, roy 8vo, original wraps. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol: 2011. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Norborne Berkely's Politics; Temple Backs Excavations; Excavation of a Roman Road at Henbury; Aust; Morcote in Hartbury, etc.





  182. Chubb (T) A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF THE PRINTED MAPS OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE 1577-1911. With Biographical Notes. With 12 plates, 238 + 15 + 7pp, original printed wraps, portions missing from spine affecting title. Printed for the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, 1912. £45.00





  183. Couzens (P.A) THE SODBURYS. An updated & abridged version of the continuing story of the Sodburys. Illust, 67 + (5)pp, duplicated in the original printed card covers with a clip on plastic spine. Printed on the last sheet:- 'A do it yourself production No. 64' First edition, Chipping Sodbury: 1978. £15.00





  184. Essex (Sir R.W) COTSWOLD SAINTS AND OTHERS. A Romance. 272pp, original cloth, boards spotty, and very slightly warped. London: Epworth Press, 1926. £8.00





  185. Eward (Suzanne), editor GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL CHAPTER ACT BOOK 1616-1687. Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 21. xxxii + 187pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2007. £15.00





  186. Harte (G.W), and others HANDBOOK BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL CENTENARY, TEWKSESBURY, GRAND COSTUME BAZAAR. To be held in the George Watson Memorial Hall, on Wednesday and Thursday, May 4th and 5th, 1910. Illusts, 20pp, original printed paper wraps, staples rusty. Printed by Gardner's, Tewkesbury: 1910. £8.00





  187. Johnson (Joan) STOW-ON-THE-WOLD. Illusts, map, 160pp, dustwrapper, ex-college lib. with stamps to verso of title-page, otherwise a nice copy. Alan Sutton and Gloucestershire County Library, 1980. £4.00





  188. Mangotsfield MANGOTSFIELD URBAN DISTRICT Official Handbook. Issued with the Authority of the Mangotsfield Urban District Council. Illusts, adverts, folding map, 36pp, sm 8vo, original printed wraps, couple of short tears to map, small area slightly rubbed to surface. Pyramid Press Ltd., London: 1946. £10.00





  189. Rolt (L.T.C) THE DOWTY STORY. Illusts, 90pp, couple of short tears to dustwrapper. With the name and address of a former store-keeper for the company, to front endpaper, and a note in ink in his hand to one page. With the compliments slip of Sir George Dowty loosely inserted. Newman Neame, London: (1962) £12.00





  190. Rudder (Samuel) A NEW HISTORY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, Comprising the Topography, Antiquities, Curiosities, Produce, Trade, and Manufactures of that County.... with a Copy of Domesday for Gloucestershire.... With a folding map, 16 engraved plates, mostly folding, and one engraving in the letterpress, xii + 854 + lxviiipp, folio, dustwrapper, page edges slightly tinged, inner hinges pulled and weak, rear of dustwrapper creased, and with a couple of sort tears. Limited edition of 350 numbered copies. Cirencester: 1779. Reprinted, Alan Sutton, Gloucester: 1986. £60.00
    * 'In this reprint the text has been reduced by 10 per cent.'





  191. Tuttiett (Barbara) SIXTEENTH CENTURY COURT BOOK OF SISTON. Illusts, 136pp, original pictorial card covers. Able Publishing, Knebworth: (2002) £12.00





  192. White (Bryan), Senior Officer H.M. PRISON BARRACK SQUARE The Murderers of Gloucestershire, Hangings in Gloucester Prison 1872-1939 (and others). Illusts, 65pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. H.M. Prison Service, c.1985. £12.00


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  193. Arlett (Mike) & Peters (Ivo) STEAM AROUND BATH. With 281 illusts, usually 2 to a page, 4to, dustwrapper. Millstream Books, Bath: 1987. £16.00





  194. Ashbrittle ASHBRITTLE AT THE MILLENNIUM Researched, written, photographed, edited and designed by people from the parish of Ashbrittle with help from some close neighbours. Illusts, map endpapers, 170pp, oblong 8vo, paperback. NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION OF 750 COPIES. Ashbrittle Arts, 2000. £10.00
    * A history of the manor of Ashbrittle, in Somerset, with photographs, comments and snippets by many of its residents.





  195. Atthill (Robin) OLD MENDIP. With 43 plates, 7 line drawings, and 7 maps, 204pp, partly faded dustwrapper, page edges slightly darkened. Second edition. David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1971. £8.00





  196. Balch (H.E) MENDIP, Its Swallet Caves and Rock Shelters. Plates, diagrams, folding table, 156pp, 12mo, original wraps, slightly shaken, cellotape to foot of spine, couple of short tears to table. Second Edition, Bristol: John Wright and Sons, London: Simpkin Marshall, 1948. £15.00





  197. Beddow (Neil), editor IN THE VALLEY ON THE HILL The History of Stockwood and Sturminster from 65 million years BC to 2000AD. Illusts, 106pp, original pictorial card covers. ACTA Community Theatre and Stockwood Community Council, 2000. £12.00





  198. Chadwyck Healey (Charles E.H) HISTORY OF THE PART OF WEST SOMERSET Comprising the Parishes of Luccombe, Selworthy, Stoke Pero, Porlock, Culbone and Oare. Maps, folding pedigrees, illustrations some of which are coloured, ix + 557pp, untrimmed in the original cloth, lightly rubbed to edges, inner hinges partly cracked though sound, top corners of boards damp marked, not affecting contents. LIMITED TO 380 NUMBERED COPIES. 350 of which are for sale. London, Henry Sotheran, 1901. £50.00 --- See sample text





  199. Chipchase (Nick) & Cole (Jim) THE TAUNTON BOOK. A Pictorial Essay showing the Life and Style of Taunton and its Neighbouring Villages during the first half of the Twentieth Century. Numerous illusts, 65pp, oblong 8vo, pictorial card covers. BHD (Publications), Northwood: 1984. £4.00





  200. Crockford-Hawley (John) WESTON-SUPER-MARE A History and Celebration of the Town. Numerous coloured and black and white illusts, 119pp, dustwrapper. Frith Book Company, Salisbury: 2004. £14.00





  201. Dale (R.W) and Russell (L.A.D) COUNTY DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1953 Report of Survey relating to the TAUNTON Area. With 3 folding plans, 45pp, folio, original qtr cloth paper covers. Taunton: 1953. £12.00





  202. Dunning (R.W), and Tremlett (T.D), editor BRIDGWATER BOROUGH ARCHIVES V 1468-1485. From transcripts originally made by T.B. Dilks. xv + 97pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded, with the withdrawn stamp of Somerset Record Office to the front endpaper. Somerset Record Society Volume 70. Printed by Butler & Tanner, Frome: 1971. £18.00





  203. Dunning (Robert), editor CHRISTIANITY IN SOMERSET. Maps, numerous illusts, 132pp, oblong 8vo, original pictorial card covers, bookplate to verso of front cover. Somerset County Council. 1976. £8.00





  204. Evans (William) ABBOTS LEIGH A Village History. Illusts, maps, 150pp, original pictorial card covers. Abbots Leigh Civic Society, Bristol: 2002. £12.00





  205. Fussell (L.W) VIA OLD ENGLAND. With 19 illusts, 96pp, original cloth, lightly rubbed, few small spots to cloth. First edition, XX Century Pilgrimage to Wellow, Somerset, L.W. Fussell, (1946) £12.00
    * Concerns Wellow and includes a list of the vicars from 1312.





  206. Haslam (Malcolm) ELTON WARE The Pottery of Sir Edmund Elton. Illusts, some in colour, 59pp, original pictorial card covers. Richard Dennis, Shepton Beauchamp: 1989. £12.00





  207. Hatton (John), Honorary Secretary The Pump Rooms JOHN WOOD CELEBRATION AT BATH. Tuesday, 1st November, 1927. Programme. 4pp, 4to, original pictorial wraps, few spots to covers, stitching loosening, couple of short splits to spine, ink note to one leaf. Loosely inserted are 2 typed letters to St. Clair Baddeley concerning his attendance at the celebration, and an invoice for the charabanc to transport him there. There is also a 5 page invitation from the Mayor and Mayoress to those who have been asked to attend requesting their company for tea and a music concert. Issued by the Corporation of Bath in connection with the John Wood Bi-Centennary, November 1st, 1927. £15.00





  208. Ison (Walter) THE GEORGIAN BUILDINGS OF BATH FROM 1700 to 1830. With a folding plan, 136 photographic plates, textual illusts, 211pp, roy 8vo, original cloth, slightly faded and rubbed, ex-lib. with stamp to endpaper and number in ink and stamp to verso of title-page, stamp to foot of top board. First edition, Faber and Faber, London: 1948. £11.00





  209. Ives (A.G) KINGSWOOD SCHOOL IN WESLEY'S DAY AND SINCE. Plates, xiii + 264pp, couple of short tears to dustwrapper. Epworth Press, London: 1970. £8.00





  210. Jeboult (Edward) A GENERAL ACCOUNT OF WEST SOMERSET. Description of the Valley of the Tone & the History of the Town of Taunton. Illustrated by a New process of Photography and Heliotype. Illusts, [iv] + 132 + [ii] + 121 + 94pp, 4to, original cloth, covers rubbed, narrow strips of spine missing from head and foot, 2" split to rear outer hinge, usual occasional foxing. First edition. Somerset and Bristol Steam-Press, Taunton: 1873. £30.00





  211. Jefferson (Joyce), O'Kane (Jennie) and Jacob (Janet) STOKE ST MICHAEL In Old Photographs. Numerous illusts, 90pp, original pictorial card covers. Stoke History Group, Stoke St Michael: 2008. £10.00





  212. Kelly's KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF WESTON-SUPER-MARE 1966. Numerous adverts, 436pp, original limp cloth, covers rubbed, soiled and with splash marks, page edges browned. Kelly's Directories Ltd., Kingston upon Thames: 1966. £15.00





  213. Le Neve (John), Compiled by B. Jones FASTI ECCLESIAE ANGLICANAE 1300 - 1541. Volume 8 Bath and Wells. xi + 97pp, couple of 1cm tears to head of dustwrapper. University of London: 1964. £12.00





  214. Lilly (Derek & Jane) ST. ANDREW'S CLEVEDON CHURCHWARDENS' ACCOUNTS 1730-1801. vii + 47 + 4 page index, 4to, original pictorial wraps. Harry Galloway Publishing, Weston-super-Mare: 1994. £10.00





  215. Miles (Roger) THE TREES AND WOODS OF EXMOOR. Illusts in text, 64pp, original card covers. The Exmoor Press, Dulverton: 1972. £4.00





  216. Mitchell (Vic) and Smith (Keith) FROME TO BRISTOL including the Camerton Branch and the "Titfield Thunderbolt." Numerous illusts, maps, 96 unpaginated pages, original pictorial laminated boards, bookplate to front endpaper. First edition, Middleton Press, Midhurst: 1986. £15.00





  217. Orwin (C.S) and Sellick (R.J) THE RECLAMATION OF EXMOOR FOREST. Illusts, folding map, 312pp, dustwrapper slightly rubbed to edges. Second edition revised, David & Charles, Newton Abbot: 1970. £10.00





  218. Patten (R.W) EXMOOR CUSTOM AND SONG. Illusts, folding map, 64pp, few spots to the original card covers. Exmoor Press, Dulverton: 1974. £4.00





  219. Rawlins (Sophia W), editor THE SHERIFF OF SOMERSET. From the Eleventh to the Twentieth Century. Illusts, 44pp, original card covers, bookplate to verso of top cover. Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 1968. £15.00





  220. Richmond (W.R) THE STORY OF SOMERSETSHIRE. Map, illusts, 296pp, original decorative cloth, few marks to covers, slightly shaken. Wake & Dean, London & Yatton: 1905. £4.00





  221. Rutter (John) DELINEATIONS OF THE NORTH WESTERN DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET. And of its Antediluvian Bone Caverns, with A Geological Sketch of the District. With 11 engraved and lithographed plates, vignettes, lacks map and frontis of Doorway from Cleeve Court, 348pp, lacks last leaf of subscribers, disbound, foxing mainly to margins of plates. Large Paper Copy. Printed and Published by the Author, Shaftesbury: Longman, Rees and Co., London: 1829. £15.00





  222. Siraut (Mary) INDEX TO KIRBY'S QUEST FOR SOMERSET, volume III of the Somerset Record Society publications being the texts of Kirby's Quest of 1284-5, the Nomina Villarum of 1316, the Exchequer Lay Subsidy of 1327, the county Rate for 1742 and the hundreds and parishes from the 1841 census. iii + 62pp, original printed wraps. Harry Galloway Publishing, Weston-super-mare: 1996. £10.00





  223. Sitwell (Edith) BATH. With 16 plates, 288pp, original cloth, spine slightly faded. First edition, London: Faber & Faber, 1932. £6.00





  224. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY VOLUME 61. Proceedings during the year 1915. Illusts, lxviii + 271pp, short tears to top wrap, lacks lower wrap and most of spine, binding broken and book in 2 halves. Taunton: Barnicott and Pearce, 1916. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Cury Rivel; Wells Wills; Bog Mosses of Somerset; Monumental Effigies in Somerset; Somerset Trade Tokens; Sir Ralph de Midelney, etc.





  225. Somersetshire Archaeological Society SOMERSET ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY VOLUME 82. Proceedings during the year 1936. Illusts, x + 286 + pages numbered 113-144, forming part 5 of Harbin. Members of Parliament for Somerset, original wraps. Taunton: 1937. £14.00
    * Includes articles:- Somerset Fairs; Monumental Brasses in Somerset; Manor of Poyntington, etc.





  226. Somersetshire Archaeological Society PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOMERSETSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Volumes 101 and 102. For the Years 1956/57. Illusts, 169pp, recent cloth. Taunton: Printed for the Society, 1958. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Somerset Piscinas; Cloth Trade in Taunton; Roman Pigs of Lead from Mendip; Temple Well, Chew Stoke, etc.





  227. Somersetshire Archaeological Society PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOMERSET ARCHAEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY Volume 121, 1977. Illusts, 147pp, original card covers, name to top cover, title-page and rear endpaper slightly spotty. Taunton: 1977. £8.00
    * Includes articles:- Excavations at North Petherton; Deserted Settlements in Mudford Parish, Yeovil; Ham Hill; West Quay, Bridgwater, etc.





  228. Somerset Year Book, edited by H.W. Fortescue Long SOMERSET YEAR BOOK. 1937. No 36. Illusts, adverts, 138pp, original printed wraps, small portion missing from foot of spine. The Society of Somerset Folk, Yeovil: 1937. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Frome; Hinton Priory; Balch. Cave Research in Somerset; Dove-Cotes in Somerset; Somerset Coins, etc.





  229. Taylor (C.S) NORTHERN BRANCH OF THE SOMERSET ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. PAPER ON THEIR DISTRICT Comprised in that of The Long Ashton Rural District Council from the Romans down to the Reformation. Read at a Meeting of the Society held at Bourton Grange, Flax Bourton, on Wednesday, November 18th, 1903. 16pp, lacks wraps. Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, 1904. £6.00





  230. Torrens (Hugh) THE EVOLUTION OF A FAMILY FIRM: Stothert and Pitt of Bath. Illusts, 86pp, original pictorial card covers, ex-lib with label and small stamp to title-page, and number cellotaped to top cover, few spots to title-page. Stothert & Pitt Ltd, Bath: 1978. £7.00





  231. Tuckerman (Rev. G.L). editor BATH AND WELLS DIOCESAN DIRECTORY 1949. xxix + 268pp, includes adverts, 12mo, original card covers, private ownership stamp to first leaf. Clare, Son & Co. Ltd., The Cathedral Press, Wells: 1949. £15.00





  232. Walpoole (George Augustus) SOMERSET. Engraved plate with 2 views, pages numbered 359-372, folio, disbound, signs where once folded. London: Alexander Hogg, 1784. £12.00
    * Extracted from Walpoole's New British Traveller.





  233. Webb (Adrian J) THE 1601 AND 1628 SUBSIDY RETURNS FOR SOUTH SOMERSET. vi + 47pp, 4to, original wraps. Harry Galloway, 1993. £10.00





  234. White (Elizabeth) KEYNSHAM AND SALTFORD Life and Work in Times Past 1539 - 1945. 118pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers, top corner of front cover slightly creased. Keynsham and Saltford Local History Society, c.1990. £14.00





  235. Worth (R.N) TOURISTS' GUIDE TO SOMERSETSHIRE: Rail and Road. With folding map, plan, 168 + 32pp of publishers adverts, 12mo, original cloth. Fourth Edition, London: Edward Stamford, 1890. £18.00


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  236. Bradley (A.G), Champneys (A.C) and Baines (J.W) A HISTORY OF MARLBOROUGH COLLEGE Now revised and continued by J.R. Taylor, H.C. Brentnall and G.C. Turner. Map endpapers, 18 plates, x + [ii] + 331pp, few small marks to the original cloth, slightly rubbed to edges, occasional light foxing. London: John Murray, 1923. £10.00
    * This is the second enlarged edition.





  237. Britton (John) THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES: or, Original Delineations, Topographical, Historical and Descriptive.... WILTSHIRE and WARWICKSHIRE sections. Forming volume 15, part 2. With 16 engraved plates for each county, 718 + (24)pp + 322 + (20)pp, occasional light foxing, early marbled boards, with crude tape covering spine. London: J. Harris, Longman and Co. 1814. £65.00





  238. Calne REPORT ON THE BOROUGH OF CALNE, (Wiltshire.) Title and pages numbered 1230-1234, complete, extracted from a larger work, folio, disbound. House of Commons, London: 1835. £15.00
    * Sections of the Report cover:- History; Courts; Corporate Body; Police; Revenue, etc.





  239. Chadburn (Amanda) and Pomeroy-Kellinger (Melanie) ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH AGENDA FOR THE AVEBURY WORLD HERITAGE SITE. Illusts, maps, 101pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Trust for Wessex Archaeology, Salisbury: 2001. £10.00





  240. Hembry (Phyllis), editor CALENDAR OF BRADFORD-ON-AVON SETTLEMENT EXAMINATIONS AND REMOVAL ORDERS 1725-98. Frontis, xxii + 164pp, original cloth. Impression of 500 Copies. Volume 46, Wiltshire Record Society. Trowbridge: 1990. £15.00





  241. Heytesbury Hospital SCHEME FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND REGULATION OF HEYTESBURY HOSPITAL, and the Application of the Income Thereof, Approved by Order of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division. Dated the 15th April, 1880. 20pp, original cloth covers, with original paper label on top board, front inner hinge broken. London: Roworth and Sons, 1880. £20.00





  242. Jefferies (Richard) THE TOILERS OF THE FIELD. vi + 337 + 24 pages of publishers adverts, original cloth, few small marks to slightly rubbed covers, paper slightly crinkled, some spotting to prelims. New edition, London: Longmans, Green, 1894. £9.00





  243. Johnson (H.C), editor WILTSHIRE COUNTY RECORDS Minutes of Proceedings in Sessions 1563 and 1574 to 1592. xxviii + 246pp, original cloth. Impression of 250 Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 4. Devizes: 1949. £15.00
    * Includes 97 page index of persons and places.





  244. Meaden (Terence) STONEHENGE. The Secret of the Solstice. Illusts, some in colour, diagrams, plans, 168pp, 3" cut to top of dustwrapper without loss. Revised and reprinted, Souvenir Press, London: 1997. £6.00





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





  246. Phillimore's Parish Register Series THE MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF ST. PETER'S MARLBOROUGH. 1611 to 1812. 64pp, original cloth with paper label on top board. Phillimore. (1906) £14.00





  247. Pollard (Joshua) and Reynolds (Andrew) AVEBURY The biography of a landscape. Illusts, coloured plates, diagrams, maps, 288pp, 4to, original pictorial card covers. Tempus, Stroud: 2002. £12.00





  248. Ramsay (G.D), editor TWO SIXTEENTH CENTURY TAXATION LISTS 1545 AND 1576. xxiv + 242pp, original cloth. Impression of 300 Copies. Volume 10, Wiltshire Records Branch. Devizes: 1954. £16.00





  249. Stevenson (Janet H), editor THE EDINGTON CARTULARY. Frontis, xxxiv + 236pp, original cloth. Impression of 500 Copies. Volume 42, Wiltshire Records Branch. Devizes: 1987. £16.00





  250. Upton (Roger) O FOR A FALCONER'S VOICE Memories of the Old Hawking Club. Illusts, 208pp, loose plastic cover to dustwrapper, ex-lib., with label to title-page, and signs where label removed from front pastedown, number to foot of spine of dustwrapper, rear inner hinge weak. Ramsbury: Croswood Press, 1987. £8.00
    * The Old Hawking Club was based for many years at Shrewton on Salisbury Plain.





  251. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 17 No L. Plates, pages numbered 129-254, original printed wraps. Devizes: H.F. E. Bull, October, 1877. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Stonehenge; Wiltshire Regiment; Bishops of Old Sarum, etc.





  252. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 20. No LIX. Plates, folding tables, pages numbered, 111-236pp, lacks wraps, last leaf slightly ragged and just held with cellotape across spine. Devizes: Henry Bull, June, 1882. £5.00
    * Includes articles on Stockton Church; Sculptured Stone at Codford St. Peter; Monkton Farleigh, etc.





  253. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 30. No XCII. Plates, pages numbered, 291-362pp, original printed wraps. Devizes: Henry Bull, December, 1899. £8.00
    * Includes articles on Vessel found at Latton; Wiltshire Tokens; English Medieval Embroidery in Churches of Sutton Benger and Hullavington, etc.





  254. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 44. Nos CLI, December 1929. Illusts, pages numbered 401-554pp, original wraps. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, 1929. £10.00
    * Includes articles:- Lawsuit Concerning Property of Robert May of Broughton Gifford; Heraldry of the Churches of Wiltshire; Plate and Furniture belonging to Salisbury Cathedral, etc.





  255. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 48. No CLXVIII. Plates and plans some of which are folding, pages numbered 133-272, original wraps. Devizes: C.H. Woodward, June 1938. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Marlborough Castle; Old Sarum Archers; Barrows of Winterslow; Box Church Bells, etc.





  256. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 63. 1968. With 8 plates and plans, diagrams, iv + 162pp, original printed card covers. Headley Brothers Ltd., London: 1968. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Medieval Settlements in Whiteparish; Cherhill Barn; Contents of Lacock House, 1575; Kennet Valley Sarsen Industry; Anglo-Saxon Sculpture at Knook, etc.





  257. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY MAGAZINE. Volume 72/73 for 1977/1978. With plates, diagrams, and plans, 215 + (4)pp, original printed card covers, one corner creased to top cover. Alan Sutton, Stroud: 1980. £6.00
    * Includes articles on Bell-Barrow at Sutton Veny; Defences of Devizes; Lionel Ducket, Member for Calne; Warren Hastings; Clay Tobacco Pipes; Parliamentary Enclosures in Wiltshire by Public General Acts, etc.





  258. Wood (Peter) and Whittington (Graeme) THE INVESTIGATION IN 1957 OF STRIP LYNCHETS NORTH OF THE VALE OF PEWSEY. 9pp, 5 diagrams including 3 folding, original wraps. Reprinted from Wiltshire Archae. Mag. Volume 17. £4.00





  259. Worth (R.N) TOURIST'S GUIDE TO WILTSHIRE: Its Scenery and Antiquities. With folding map and plan. vi + [ii] + 120 + 32pp of publishers adverts, sm 8vo, original cloth. First edition, London: Edward Stanford, 1887. £20.00


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  260. Badcock Family PEDIGREE OF THE BADCOCK FAMILY of Somerset and Devon. 8pp, roy 8vo, unbound, stitched as issued. c.1927. £8.00





  261. Barnes (P.E) UNBEATEN TRACKS OF THE WEST. The Hiker's Guide. Illusts, 316pp, sm 8vo, original cloth. Second (Enlarged) Edition, Western Daily Press, Bristol: 1931. £5.00





  262. Beer (Trevor) THE BEAST OF EXMOOR Fact or Legend. 48pp, original decorative card covers, top cover creased. Countryside Productions, Barnstaple: c.1984. £4.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  263. Bettey (J.H) SUPPRESSION OF THE MONASTERIES In the West Country. Illusts, x + 198pp, dustwrapper. Gloucester: Alan Sutton. 1989. £10.00





  264. Bickham (Spencer H) THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MICHAEL, LEDBURY. With 5 plates, 8pp, original printed wraps, small portion cut from lower corner of top wrap. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1920. £4.00





  265. Charity Commissioners PUBLIC CHARITIES. ANALYTICAL DIGEST OF THE COMMISSIONERS REPORTS, in Continuation of the Digest Printed in 1832. Presented in compliance with an order of the House of Commons, Made 27th March, 1835. 453pp, folio, original printed wraps, approx. 2" missing from head and foot of spine, lower wrap ragged and with corners missing, tears to last 2 leaves and endpaper, with small amount of text loss to one leaf. Printed by William Clowes and Sons, London: 1835. £35.00
    * Lists all of the Charities for each county with tables of their income, acreage, rents, purpose, and notes.





  266. Charity Commissioners FURTHER REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS Appointed in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament.... Intituled "An Act for appointing Commissioners..." WARWICK section. Pages numbered 473-668, complete, disbound, folio. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 6th March 1828. £18.00
    * Extracted from the blue papers.





  267. Chope (R.P) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. A reprint with a new introduction by Alan Gibson. xiv + 339pp, dustwrapper rubbed to edges of spine. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1967. £9.00
    * Includes extracts from the works of:- John Leland, William Stukeley, William Marshall, Celia Fiennes, etc.





  268. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES. Volume 7. Part 8 of 8 only. With 4 plates, pages numbered 257-304, including index.... Bound with.... Cresswell (Beatrix F) NOTES ON CHURCHES OF DEANERY OF KENN, DEVON. With 2 plates, pages numbered 161-192pp, original printed wraps. James G. Commin. Exeter: October, 1913. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Kirkham of Feniton, Westover of Yardbury, Colyton and Drake of Yardbury; Willoughby Arms; Princetown to Ivybridge - A Road; Thomas Hudson and Sir Joshua Reynolds; Rectors of Talaton; Breage with Germoe, etc.





  269. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 9. Part 4 of 8 only. With 4 plates, pages numbered 97-128pp.... Bound With.... Appendix. Chope (R. Pearse) EARLY TOURS IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. With 2 plates, pages numbered 97-128, original printed wraps. James G. Commin. Exeter: October, 1916. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Armorial Bearings at "The Abbot's Lodge," The Close, Exeter; Ashton Parish Church of St. John the Baptist; Ancient Devon Clay Pipes; Hayman Family; Wyke Arms; Derivation of the Name of Heavitree, etc.





  270. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 15. Part 4 of 8 only. With 2 plates, pages numbered 145-192, complete, original printed wraps. James G. Commin, Exeter: October, 1928. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Merchandise Marks in 1811; Woodbury Castle; Customs Officers in Devon and Cornwall 1675 and 1716; Quakers in Cornwall; Plympton, etc.





  271. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 17. Part 5 of 8 only. With plate, map, 193-240pp, original wraps, partly faded, small portions missing from spine. A. Wheaton & Co. Ltd. Exeter: January, 1933. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Pratt Family; Stones at Manaton; Oliver Cloberry at Bradstone; Buildings of Tavistock Abbey after the Dissolution, etc.





  272. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 18. Part 6 of 8 only. With 3 plates, 241-288pp, original wraps, wraps faded and slightly chipped to edges. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: April, 1935. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Cowick Barton; Bronne and Redvers Pedigrees; Crediton Underground Passages; Scilly Isles, etc.





  273. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 18. Part 7 of 8 only. With 2 plates, 289-336pp, original wraps, wraps faded and slightly chipped to edges. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: July 1935. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Family of Le Daneys; Some Medieval Devon Coroners; Bowhill House, Exeter; Hollands of Bowhill in St. Thomas's Exeter; St. Buryan Charter; Rouse or Royal Oak Goblet, etc.





  274. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 18. From January 1934 to October 1935. In the original 8 parts, with 20 plates, 392pp, original wraps. James Townsend and Sons, Exeter: 1934-1935. £20.00
    * Includes articles:- Crediton underground passages; Woollen industry in and around Great Torrington; Pyles of Talaton; Minchin Court, Aylesbeare; Hugh Peter; Copplestone; Hugh Peter in Devonshire; Heraldic Shields at Wear Giffard, etc.





  275. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 22. Part 17 of 20 only. Pages numbered 289-304, complete, original printed wraps, ink notes and signature of E. Lega Weekes, to top wrap. Exeter: James Townsend, January, 1946. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Mead Family of St. Gluvias; John White Abbot (1763-1851); Drake's Weir, Tavistock; Cox of South-East Devon, etc.





  276. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 23. Part 4 of 12 only. With folding map, plate, pages numbered 97-128, complete, original printed wraps, with library stamp to top wrap. James Townsend, Exeter: October, 1947. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Paper Mills in Devon and Cornwall; Devon - Cornwall Boundary; Bevill Family; A Smuggling Mayor of Fowey; Worth Family, etc.





  277. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 25. Part 5 of 8 only. Two plates, pages numbered 113-144 complete, original printed wraps, private library stamp to top wrap. James Townsend, Exeter: January, 1953. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Langdon family in the 17th century; William de Courci; Cornish Crosses; Advowdson of St Buryan, etc.





  278. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 26. Part 5 of 10 only. 2 plates, pages numbered 129-160, complete, original printed wraps, library stamp to top wrap. James Townsend & Sons Ltd. Exeter: January, 1955. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Cornish Crosses; Parish Church Notes; ancient Oak Carvings at Buckfast Abbey; Cobleigh Memorials of Chittlehampton, etc.





  279. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 28. Part 9 of 11 only. With 2 plates, pages numbered 241-272, complete, original printed wraps. James Townsend, Exeter: March, 1961. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Cornish Crosses; Exeter Town Customs Duties; Seven Stones Light Vessel, 1840-43; Browse Family; Geere of Heavitree and Kenn and Geer of U.S.A., etc.





  280. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 32. Part 7 of 9 only. Pages numbered 193-224, complete, original printed card covers. Maslands Limited, Tiverton: Spring, 1973. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Leah Lee Laforgue of Teignmouth; 1801 Crop Returns for Devon; Pugsley Family; Landulph, etc.





  281. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 37. Part 3 of 10 only. Plate, pages numbered 81-116, complete, original card covers. Maslands Limited, Tiverton: Spring, 1993. £4.00
    * Includes articles:- Christopher Harris of Radford; John Codrington and William Jackson the story of a Devonian Poet; Witchcraft in the Diocese of Exeter; Ley Pedigree, etc.





  282. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES AND QUERIES Volume 39. Parts 1 - 5 only of 10. 5 parts, lacking parts 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, illusts, in the original printed wrappers. Spring, 2002 - Spring, 2004. £16.00
    * Includes articles:- Perryman Family and the Exeter Canal; Ilsington Charities; John Ball of Honiton; Emigrants from Torquay to Quebec; Gibbs Family, etc.





  283. Donald (M.B) ELIZABETHAN MONOPOLIES. The History of the Company of Mineral and Battery Works 1565 to 1604. Frontis, plates, xv + 256pp, dustwrapper. First edition, Oliver and Bond, London and Edinburgh: 1961. £20.00
    * 'a history of Carron Company, the famous Scottish ironworks...'





  284. Dunlop (J. Renton) PEDIGREE OF THE FAMILY OF POOLE of Gloucester and Wilts. 3 illusts, 13pp, roy 8vo, original printed wraps loose and slightly ragged, and with portions torn from corners of top wrap. London: Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 1919. £10.00
    * Reprinted from "Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica."





  285. Earle (Peter) MONMOUTH'S REBELS. The Road to Sedgemoor 1685. Plates and textual illusts, xi + 236pp, dustwrapper protected with a loose transparent sleeve. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1977. £10.00





  286. Elton (Margaret) ANNALS OF THE ELTON FAMILY Bristol Merchants & Somerset Landowners. Illusts, xii + 258pp, dustwrapper. Alan Sutton, Stroud: 1994. £40.00





  287. Foot (Mark) CIDER'S STORY Rough and Smooth. Illusts, 144pp, original pictorial card covers, private indelible stamp to verso of front endpaper. With a typed letter signed by the author loosely inserted. Mark Foot, Nailsea: 1999. £12.00
    * Includes chapters on cider making in Devon, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, etc.





  288. Fry (Edw. Alex.), editor CALENDARS OF WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS RELATING TO THE COUNTIES OF DEVON AND CORNWALL, Proved in the Court of the Principal Registry of the Bishop of Exeter, 1559-1799. and of Devon only proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter, 1540-1799.... Parts 5-9 only, covering pages 385-878 of 878 pages only, with the title-pages, and prelims bound in at the end of volume 9. All in the original wraps, some small portions missing from and head and feet of spines, couple of hinges split. Plymouth: William Brendon, 1903. £30.00
    * We have many odd parts in stock.





  289. Hannigan (Des) DARTMOOR AND EXMOOR. Aerofilms Guides. Coloured illusts, 160pp, 4to, dustwrapper. Ian Allan, Shepperton: 1993. £10.00
    * Exmoor extends along the coast from Combe Martin, in Devon to Minehead in Somerset.





  290. Jukes (J. Beete) NOTES ON PARTS OF SOUTH DEVON AND CORNWALL, With Remarks On The True Relations Of The Old Red Sandstone To The Devonian Formation. Diagrams in the text, 43pp, disbound, few pages slightly creased. Dublin: Printed at the University Press, 1868. £20.00





  291. Kent Archaeological Society ARCHAEOLOGIA CANTIANA. Being Contributions to the History and Archaeology of Kent. Volume CXVI (116). 1996. Plates, illusts, diagrams, 361pp, original cloth. Produced for the Society by Alan Sutton, Stroud: 1997. £4.00
    * Articles include:- Wreck of S.S. Castor (1870-1894); Tonbridge Castle; Earthworks at Romney Marsh; Julliberrie's Grave, Chilham, etc.





  292. Kent Archaeological Society ARCHAEOLOGIA CANTIANA. Being Contributions to the History and Archaeology of Kent. Volume CXVII (117). 1997. Plates, illusts, diagrams, 278pp, original cloth. Kent Archaeological Society: 1998. £4.00
    * Articles include:- Sandwich to Dover Turnpike; Earldom of Kent from c.1050 till 1189; Archaeological Investigations at Hollingbourne, etc.





  293. Le Messurier (Brian) THE WEST COUNTRY. (Regional Guides to Britain) Maps, illusts, 160pp, tall 8vo, original pictorial card covers. Ward Lock, London: 1982. £4.00





  294. Little (Bryan) ARCHITECTURE IN NORMAN BRITAIN. Illusts, 191pp, roy 8vo, dustwrapper, name and private ownership label to front endpaper. B.T. Batsford, London: 1985. £6.00





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





  296. Maton (William George) OBSERVATIONS RELATIVE CHIEFLY TO THE NATURAL HISTORY, PICTURESQUE SCENERY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE WESTERN COUNTIES OF ENGLAND, Made in the Years 1794 and 1796. Volume 1 of 2 only, with 5 of 8 aquatint views, xi + 336pp, disbound, some light off-setting, the usual occasional foxing. Printed and Sold by J. Easton, Salisbury: 1797. £35.00





  297. Matthews (G.F), editor SHROPSHIRE PROBATES in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. 1700-1749. 68 + 1 page of publisher's adverts, uncut, in the original wraps. Issued to Subscribers, Privately Printed, Camberley: 1928. £16.00
    * Dated 1928 on the title-page and July 1929 on the top wrap.





  298. Matthews (John) & Matthews (George), editors EXTRA VOLUME "YEAR BOOKS OF PROBATES" (from 1630). Sentences and Complete Index Nominum (Probates and Sentences) for the Years 1630-1639. 171pp, original cloth, very slight waterstaining to the top corner of approx. 10 leaves. Issued to Subscribers, London: 1907. £28.00





  299. Methodisum THE METHODIST MAGAZINE, for The Year 1820: Being a Continuation of the Arminian Magazine; First published by the Rev. John Wesley, A.M. VOLUME XLIII. or, The Seventeenth Volume of the New Series. With 12 portraits, one for each month, 520pp, continuously paginated, occasional light spotting and off-setting, small amount of light waterstaining to a few margins, early paper boards, top board held by strings, rear board loose, lacks spine. Printed for Thomas Cordeux, London: 1820. £15.00
    * Includes potted biographies of several preachers, including Matthew Hale of Glos; Peter Le Suer, of Jersey; there is also an account by Stukely (Stukeley) of the solar eclipse at Amsbury; as well as various other snippits of West Country interest.





  300. Mowl (Timothy) WILLIAM BECKFORD Composing for Mozart. Plates, xii + 324pp, dustwrapper. John Murray, London: 1998. £15.00
    * He built Fonthill Abbey in Wiltshire and Lansdown Tower in Bath.





  301. Peters (Ivo) THE SOMERSET AND DORSET IN THE 'FIFTIES. Part 1. 1950-1954. and Part 2. 1955-1959. Omnibus Edition. Part 1, 231 illusts, part 2, 260 illusts, map endpapers, c.200 unpaginated pages, 2 volumes in 1, 4to, dustwrapper, bookplate to verso of front endpaper. Oxford Publishing Co., Poole: 1986. £11.00





  302. Pevsner (Nikolaus) NORTH SOMERSET AND BRISTOL. (Buildings of England Series) Photographic Illusts, double-page map, 510pp, original cloth, in worn dustwrapper, with small portions missing from the edges. First edition, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth: 1958. £15.00





  303. Pigot's PIGOT'S DIRECTORY OF BERKSHIRE 1830. Lacks map, pages numbered 27-68, complete, disbound. London: Pigot & Co., 1830. £25.00





  304. Ross (Anne) PAGAN CELTIC BRITAIN Studies in Iconography and Tradition. With 10 maps, textual illusts, 96 plates, xxxi + 433pp, original cloth, inscription to slightly marked endpapers, lacks dustwrapper, page edges browned. First edition, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967. £15.00





  305. Skelton (R.A) COUNTY ATLASES OF THE BRITISH ISLES 1579-1703. A Bibliography. Plates, 2 of which are folding, 262pp, short tear to rear of dustwrapper. Carta Press, London: 1970. £15.00





  306. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors Frederic William Weaver and Charles Herbert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET. Volume 5. Illusts, vii + 376pp, including index, untrimmed in later cloth, leather label on spine, covers lightly rubbed. Sherborne: J.C. and A.T. Sawtell. 1897. £30.00
    * Includes articles:- Worth Matravers Registers; Wimborne Grammar School; Castle Cary Court Roll; Witchcraft in Dorset, Thick family; Cerne Abbas; Norton-sub-Hamdon Accounts; Clarke family; Fire at Weymouth, etc.





  307. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, editors Frederic William Weaver and Charles Herbert Mayo NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 7. Illusts, iv + 378pp, complete in the original 8 parts in the printed wraps, handwritten notes to some spines. Sherborne: J.C. and A.T. Sawtell, March 1900 - December 1901. £20.00
    * Includes articles:- Poole Deeds; Roman villa, Brislington; Northover Register; Stone and Catash Hundred; Coker of Dorset; Dyke family; Riot at Dorchester, etc.





  308. Somerset and Dorset NOTES AND QUERIES FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET Volume 20. 9 parts of 12 only. 9 parts in the original printed wraps, lacks parts CLXV (165), CLXVIII (168), and CLXXI (171). Sherborne: March 1930 - December 1932. £12.00
    * Includes articles:- Martocks Wardens Account (1675-1617); Somerset Ships; West Bay in July-August, 1690; Damer Family; Pitt Family, etc.





  309. Tregidga (Garry), editor KILLERTON, CAMBORNE AND WESTMINSTER. The Political Correspondence of Sir Francis and Lady Acland, 1910-29. viii + 180pp, original pictorial card covers. Devon and Cornwall Record Society New Series, Volume 48. Exeter: 2006. £15.00





  310. Tunnicliff (William) A TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF THE COUNTIES OF.... HAMPSHIRE section. Lacks map, 8 engraved pages of coats of arms, double page index table, 50pp, disbound with plates and text in 2 separate sections. Salisbury: Printed for the Author by B.C. Collins, 1791. £18.00
    * Includes an 'Index to the Great Roads in Hampshire' and a 'List of the Nobility and Gentry in the County of Hants.'





  311. Verney (Sir Ralph), edited by John Bruce VERNEY PAPERS. NOTES OF PROCEEDINGS IN THE LONG PARLIAMENT, Temp. Charles I. Printed from Original Pencil Memoranda Tables in the House by Sir Ralph Verney, Knight, Member for the Borough of Aylesbury; and now in the possession of Sir Harry Verney. xii + 192 + 36pp, original cloth, small snag to head of spine, slight foxing to prelims. London: Printed for the Camden Society, 1845. £15.00




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