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Lesley Aitchison's - Catalogue 51

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    Bedfordshire


  1. Malting Property at Bedford PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY COMRISING TWO MALTHOUSES situate in the Ashburnum Road.... They steep together about 200 Quarters at a Wetting, The Kilns are lofty.... Will be Sold by Auction.... 10th September, 1888. Single sheet, printed on both sides, 16" x 10", verso partly dusty, signs where once folded. 1888. £15.00

  2. Potton LAND SALE To be Sold by Auction in Seven Lots, by Thomas Hagger, at the Rose and Crown Inn, the 10th day of December, 1814, All Those Several Pieces of Garden Ground, called Byard's Green (Before the Commissioners for the Execution of an Act of Parliament.... entitled 'An Act for inclosing.... Lands in the Parish of Potton'). 3pp., sm. folio, plus docket title. 1814. £45.00
    Lists the Lots with acreage, requirements as to fences. Purchase prices and buyers added neatly in MS.


  3. Smith (C) A NEW MAP OF THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD Divided into Hundreds. Hand-coloured map dissected and mounted on linen, overall size approx. 19" x 17", trimmed to margins, some light spotting in blank areas. In card slip-case. 1801. £30.00

  4. Walker (J) & (C) BEDFORDSHIRE. Folding engraved, hand-coloured map, showing Parliamentary Boundaries, dissected and mounted on linen, engraved area approx. 15" x 12", plus margins, folding to sm 8vo, marbled sides. 1842. £18.00

    Bedfordshire Acts

  5. Bolnhurst AN ACT for Dividing and Inclosing certain Open and Common Fields, within the Manor and parish of Bolnhurst, in the County of Bedford.... 23pp. 1778. £22.00

  6. Little Berkford AN ACT for confirming a Division and Inclosure of the Common Fields, Common Meadows.... within the Parish of Little Berkford.... 15pp. A few light foxing spots. 1778. £22.00

  7. Tempsford AN ACT for dividing, Allotting, and Inclosing the Open and Common Fields.... within the Parish of Tempsford.... 22pp. 1777. £22.00

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    Bristol


  8. Ansley (B) & Gawler (H) REPORT ON THE CITY & COUNTY OF BRISTOL 3pp, folio, plus folding lithographed map, coloured in outline, by R.K. Dawson, Scale 2" to 1 mile. Disbound, old staple at top corner. 1837. £18.00

  9. Belmont, Clifton JOHN KINGCOMBE, UNDERTAKER Bill for funeral expenses. Printed heading, 2p. sm. folio. Includes conveying body from Clifton to Glasgow. 1872. £8.00

  10. Builders etc. THREE BILLHEADS 4to, attractive decorative printed headings. Bills for E. Woodward, Plumber, Carpenter; John Wilkins, Plumbers & Lighting Engineers; C.H. Tucker, Auctioneers. 1893 & 1907. £10.00

  11. Cheese Lane Distillery DRAFT BILL OF SALE of Utensils &c connected with the Distillery in Cheese Lane, Bristol, between Lionel Lyde of Lincolns Inn, George Ames of Clifton, Levi and John Ames, Michael Harris, of Bristol, Malt Distillers & Dealers in Spirits. 4p. folio, folded, small waterstain at edge, written with crossings out and amendments. c1830. £25.00
    Included drays, horses, yeast etc. on the premises at 3rd Sept. 1829.


  12. Clark (J.A) Drawn by NEW GUILDHALL, BRISTOL. To the Right Worshipful James Gibbs, Esq., Mayor of Bristol, by whose exertions during his period of office the plan for erecting a new Guildhall was greatly forwarded, and by whom the ceremony of laying the Foundation Stone was performed on the 30th of October 1843. Tinted lithograph, size approx. 8" x 12", plus margins, some spotting to margins. Published by George Davey, Broad Street, Bristol, Oct. 30th 1843. £55.00
    Shows several people in the fore-ground.


  13. Clifton Down Hotel ENGRAVED LETTERHEAD with two vignettes showing the Suspension Bridge and the Hotel. Letter from a lawyer dated 10 July 1897. £6.00

  14. Jones (S.C) Drawn by NORTH VIEW OF REDCLIFF CHURCH showing the Restorations. Tinted lithograph, size approx. 8" x 11", plus margins, some spotting to margins. Published by T.H. Weston, Broad Street, Bristol: c184-. £55.00
    Shows people in fore-ground including children.


  15. Jones (S.C) Drawn by THE AVON & SEVERN FROM CLIFTON DOWN. Tinted lithograph, size approx. 8" x 11", plus margins, some spotting mainly to margins. Published by T.H. Weston, opposite the Exchange, Bristol: c184-. £70.00
    Shows boats on the river, flap-pole in the distance on sea-walls, people sitting on rock, and grazing sheep in the fore-ground.


  16. Newman (J) & Co. Pub. TWELVE VIEWS OF CLIFTON steel engraved vignette views, approx. size of engraved surface 3" x 4", oblong sm. 8vo, original embossed cloth wraps, gilt titled, a few marks on front wrap. J. Newman & Co. c186- £75.00
    Views:- St. Vincents Rocks; Suspension Bridge and St. Vincents Rocks Hotel; Bridge from the Rocks; View of Clifton from the Suspension Bridge; Entrance to the Suspension Bridge; View from the Suspension Bridge looking West; Nightingale Valley; Christ Church; Clifton Down; Clifton from Leigh Woods; Caledonia Place; Vyvyan Terrace.


  17. Routh & Peach, Bridge St., Prs. SARAH FARLEY'S BRISTOL JOURNAL Saturday, December 22, 1792. Broadsheet newspaper with large banner title, woodcut of Britannia-type figure holding the City arms. 4pp. 1792. £20.00
    Contains one-column report of the meeting for the making of a canal 'from Bristol, to join the River Severn at Gloucester', Henry Bengough in the Chair. Also contains one column on meeting at Taunton for considering the making of a Canal from Bristol to Taunton, and a report on a meeting at Devizes for a Canal linking Bristol Bath and Salisbury and the interior parts of Wiltshire and Hampshire.


  18. St. Augustine AGREEMENT for Sale of Reversionary interest, The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England with H.G. Willmott. 6pp., folio, attached is manuscript coloured plan of houses in Pipe Lane. 1872. £14.00

  19. Syer (J) Drawn by VIEW OF BRISTOL, FROM BRANDON HILL. Tinted lithograph, size approx. 8" x 12", plus margins, some spotting and a 3" tear to margins neatly repaired to verso. Published by I.H. Weston, Broad Street, Bristol: c184-. £85.00
    A fine view across the city showing the many church towers and steeples, from St. Paul's church on the left to the Cathedral and St. Mary Redcliffe on the right, pottery chimneys smoking in distance, people in fore-ground, including a child holding a kite.


  20. Thomas (R.K), Lith. REDCLIFF CHURCH To John Kirle Haberfield, President, and to the Committee of the Canynge Society This North View of Redcliff Church, Shewing the Restorations, is with permission most respectfully dedicated by The Publisher. Tinted Lithograph, 9" x 12", shewing a fine detailed view of the church with groups of figures on the green and the building to the right. Published by T.H. Weston, opposite the Exchange, Bristol c1840. £40.00

  21. Tozer (John) OATH OF A BURGESS Vellum document admitting John Robert Tozer, Accountant, into the Liberties of the City as Freeman. Printed form with details in MS, large coat of arms. 4to, folds, some slight foxing. 1812. £22.00

  22. Trenchard Street, Bristol AUCTION POSTER. Messrs. Fargus will sell by Auction at "The Hatchet Inn," Frogmore Street, Bristol; On Thursday. Dec. 21st, 1865.... All that Messuage shop and premises, 3, Trenchard Street, Bristol, Now in the occupation of Mr George Watkins.... All that Freehold Dwelling Place, Trenchard St., Bristol, Now in the Occupation of Mr Francis Webb.... Size approx. 18" x 12", folds. Tipped onto the back are the manuscript 'Conditons of Sale' and completed 'Memorandum'. Few small holes to manuscript where folded. Pole, Printer, &c., John Street, Bristol. 1865. £22.00

  23. Weston (T.H), Bristol, Pub. BLAISE HAMLET To John S. Harford Esq. of Blaise Castle Gloucestershire, in whose Grounds these Picturesque and beautiful Dwellings are Erected this Plate is most respectfully inscribed.... Tinted lithograph size approx. 9" x 11", plus margins, on thick paper, showing the nine cottages of the hamlet individually. Some overall light foxing, mainly in the margins. Crease across bottom left corner in margin only, and another crease to right of bottom margin. c1840. £60.00

  24. Wine Street BILL of William Edwards, Hosier Glover & Shirt Maker for 6 pairs of silk gloves. Sm. oblong 8vo, decorative heading. c1880. £4.00

    Bristol Acts

  25. Bristol Boundaries AN ACT To extend the City and County of Bristol.... 49pp. 1904. £12.00

  26. Brokers AN ACT for the Admission and Regulation of Brokers within the City of Bristol. Black Letter. Cover leaf + 5pp. 1730. £20.00

  27. Clifton Suspension Bridge AN ACT for extending the Time for building a Bridge over the River Avon from Clifton to the oposite Side of the River.... 2pp, slightly dusty and ragged to top margin. 1848. £10.00

  28. Hospitals and Workhouses AN ACT for rendering more effectual the several Acts passed for the erecting of Hospitals and Workhouses within the City of Bristol, for the Better employing and maintaining of the Poor thereof. Black Letter, 12pp and cover leaf. 1745. £12.00

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    Buckinghamshire


  29. Astley family, Buckingham PRESENTATION VOLUME recording subscribers to the gift of a Silver Inkstand to H.J. Delaval Astley on the occasion of his Coming of Age, March 3rd 1909, with list of Residents and Tenant Farmers, and for a Silver Cigarette Case, with names of the Cottage Tenants. 4 card leaves, plus blanks, in morocco bound 4to volume. Written in red and blue. 1909. £15.00
    The Ellesborough Golf Club is listed among the first group of Subscribers.


  30. High Wycombe REPORT UPON THE PROPOSED MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY Sm. folio, disbound, wpp and plan, coloured in outline, scale 4" to 1 mile. Off-setting on last page. 1837. £18.00

  31. Stowe SALE OF THE DUCAL ESTATE & CONTENTS of The Mansion. Sectional Copy for the Trade only of Part 2 (Furniture Section). Section 1. July 5th to 8th inclusive. 46pp, 8vo, wraps. 984 Lots of furniture, carpets etc, described room by room. 1921. £18.00

    Buckinghamshire Acts

  32. Hanslop AN ACT for dividing and Inclosing the Open and Common Fields, Common Pastures.... within the Parish of Hanslop.... 36pp. 1778. £22.00

  33. Hardwick AN ACT for dividing and Inclosing the Open and Common Fields.... within the Township and Liberties of Hardwicke.... 25pp. 1778. £24.00

  34. Ludgershall AN ACT for dividing, inclosing assigning and allotting, the Open and Common Field, and Commonable Land, lying within the Liberties, Territories and Precincts of Ludgershall.... 29pp., page edges slightly dusty. 1777. £22.00

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    Cambridgeshire


  35. Bourn, Steeple Morden, Toft, Wimpole Estate etc. ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS Quarter Sheets, Nos. XLVI S.E. and N.W, XLV S.E, LIII N.W, LII S.E, LVII S.E, S.W, N.W and N.E, LVIII N.W, LXII N.E. Scale 6" to 1 mile. Sheet showing Wimpole Estate partly colour-washed. 11 items. 1891. £28.00

  36. Haddenham AUCTION POSTER. To be Sold by Auction, by George Legge at the Three-Kings Inn, in Haddenham, On Monday, the 29th day of June, 1846.... The following Valuable Parcels of Land, Copyhold of the Manor of Haddenham.... Printed on one side only, size approx. 17" x 13", few folds, attractive, with various decorative type-faces. Clements. Printers, Ely: 1846. £22.00

  37. Leverington and Wisbech PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of very fine Arable and Pasture Land in Leverington, Leverington Parson Drove, and Wisbech.... Which will be Sold by Auction.... the 29th day of June, 1876.... Folio, 7pp, docket title, few small short splits where folded, contemporary manuscript sums to margins. 1876. £14.00

  38. Tid St. Giles TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION At the Bull Inn, Long Sutton, March 20th, 1868.... All that Freehold Farm.... containing 55 Acres, situate in Tid St. Giles Fen.... Auction notice printed on one side of blue small folio sheet. 1868. £10.00

  39. Wilburton PARTICULARS OF A DESIRABLE ESTATE at Wilburton, in the Isle of Ely, which will be sold by Auction by G. Legge & Son.... 24th day of March instant.... 5pp., folio, folds, first page with title attractively printed with different type-faces. Lists 12 Lots, each lot with approx. 5 different plots, each with acreage, occupier, etc. 1835. £35.00

  40. Wilburton, Ely GROWING CROPS OF CORN With the straw.... to be Sold by Auction at the Chequers in Wilburton.... August the 22nd, 1854.... Poster, sm. 4to, with acreage and Cultivation of 26 plots in New Cut, Flexon Field, etc. Traces of folds. 1854. £16.00

  41. Wisbech St. Mary, and Parson Drove PARTICULARS, PLAN AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of 40a. 3r. 4p. of rich grazing land at Wisbech St. Mary and an excellent Fen Farm.... with cottage and Farm Buildings at Parson Drove.... Which will be offered for Sale by Public Auction.... the 13th day of July, 1895.... Folio, large coloured folding plan, 4pp, docket title, folded, docket title dusty. 1895. £22.00

  42. Witcham AUCTION POSTER. To be Sold by Auction, by Geo. Legge at the Plough, in Witcham, On Tuesday, the 30th day of June, 1846.... The following Valuable Parcels of Land.... Size approx. 17" x 13", few folds, attractive with various decorative type-faces. Clements. Printers, Ely: 1846. £22.00

  43. Wood Ditton LEASE FOR A YEAR of a cottage in Woodditton, William Hatch of Northney in Ely to George Dobito of Kirtling. Vellum, 14" x 21", slight yellowing. Wax seal. 1796. £12.00

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    Cheshire


  44. Appleton AUCTION POSTER. Desirable Freehold Land In Appleton, in the County of Chester. To be Sold by Auction, at the house of Mr Peter Eaton, the sign of the Cat & Lion, in Stretton.... On Monday, the 11th Day of August, 1823.... Size approx. 18" x 13", very slight off-setting, couple of folds. Kent, Printer, Northwich. 1823. £22.00

  45. Guilden Sutton and Christleton PARTICULARS of an Estate at Guilden Sutton and Christleton, near Chester, to be Sold by Auction.... the 2nd September 1852.... 5pp., sm. folio, folding map. 1852. £26.00

  46. Lymm PARTICULARS OF FREEHOLD FARMS AND LANDS, In Lymm.... which will be sold by Auction by Mr. R. Winstanley, At Ladyman's Hotel, in Bridge Street, Manchester, On Wednesday, the 25th day of July, 1838. Small folio, 3pp, docket title, folds. Swinnerton, Printer, Knutsford. 1838. £16.00
    Lists details of the acreage and the property in 3 lots.


  47. Shavington-cum-Gresty AUCTION POSTER. Sale of Freehold Property in Shavington-cum-Gresty, Cheshire, on the 31st of July. To be Sold by Mr Fowles, At the House of Mr Higgins, known as the "Royal Hotel," Crewe, On Friday, the 31st of July, 1857.... Size approx. 13" x 8", printed on one side only, few contemporary ink sums, folds. E.H. Griffiths, Printer and Stationer, Nantwich. 1857. £15.00
    Lists the property with acreage.


    Cheshire Acts

  48. Alsager AN ACT for enclosing the Commons and Waste Lands in the Manor and Township of Alsager in the Parish of Barthomley.... 29pp., docket title dusty. 1821. £20.00

  49. New Brighton AN ACT for constructing a Pier at New Brighton.... 14pp. 1864. £12.00

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    Cornwall


  50. Besley's VIEWS IN CORNWALL 12 engraved vignette views, size of engraved surface approx. 4" x 7". Decorative orange wraps, slightly rubbed, cloth spine. Some minor foxing on first view. c1860. £95.00
    Views include: St. Michael's Mount with train in foreground, Mounts Bay, Penzance (3), Lamorna, Logan Rock, Tol-Peden-Penwith, Lands End and Longships, St. Just, Botallack Mine, Gurnards Head.

    AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT

  51. Blight (J.T) PARC-AN-CHAPEL, CAPE CORNWALL. Manuscript, signed, by Blight. With an India paper proof of a wood-engraving of the ruins of the chapel, 3" x 4", pasted under the signature. 4to, 2p, headed 'For Publication', the paper has been folded and is rather creased down one side. Loosely inserted in plain wrappers, with a cutting from an early bookseller's catalogue describing the item, and a MS note of an ancient cross found nearby, taken from Buller's 'Account of the Parish of St. Just'. c1856. £200.00
    The wood-engraved illustration, of which this is a proof copy, appears in Blight's Ancient Crosses and other Antiquities....
    This manuscript was printed in 'Willis's Current Notes,' 1856.


  52. Callington RELEASE IN FEE of share in a house in Callington and a road out of the adjoining field, part of the Manor of Manaton, Peter Hill to John Palmer. 2 large vellum sheets, 2 good armorial wax seals, includes schedule of deeds etc. back to 1682. Vellum dusty and slightly faded, but legible, throughout.... together with.... LEASE FOR A YEAR for the property, single vellum sheet. 1813. £15.00

  53. Cary (C & G) MAP Covering Forrabury, Mawgan Point, Helland. Scale half an inch to one mile, size 19" x 25", plus margins, outline colouring, coloured border to map and inset map, scale bar. With inset of Scilly Isles and Land's End, size 11" x 17". Some edge tears and light browning due to damp. July 1st, 1820. £25.00

  54. Cornwall Boiler Co. ARCHITECT'S DRAWINGS Two detailed scale drawings on waxed cotton, in ink, one with some colour, size 22" x 18", showing 'Section through Rivetting Tower', 'Detail of Gate', and larger scale detail of top of rivetting tower, the other size 23" x 34", showing 'South Elevation' and 'West Elevation', of rivetting tower on a long building of two stories with 5 windows on ground floor, eight on the first floor, and a single storey extension, and a separate building with round window. Both signed by architects. Sept. 1892. £60.00

  55. Devon Consols Mine, Stokeclimsland FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION on Thursday the 7th December, 1854, at Twelve O'Clock at Noon, on the Devon Consols West Mine.... The Whole of the Valuable Mine Materials &c Comprising: a 14in Cylinder Steam Pumping Engine, Equal Beam, 6 feet Stroke, with Boiler, Balance Bob; Horse Whim; Winch and Chain; Sheers and Sheaves; about 30fms 3in. Whim Rope.... Poster, size 22" x 17", listing 43 items of mine equipment. Brown off-setting of lettering throughout, as often happens when several posters stored together, small hole in one letter at top, a few edge tears, and some small repaired tears in part of text where paper is slightly brittle. Solicitor's note regarding affadavit of one John Clemo concerning this advertisement. 1854. £90.00

  56. Harris (John), Cornish Poet LETTER dated Killigrew Terrace, Falmouth 26 Oct. 1866, to Rev. S. Rogers, accompanying a copy of 'Shakespere's Shrine', signed John Harris. 8 lines on 1 side of sm. 8vo paper, in a rather untidy hand.... together with.... small postcard dated 13 Nov. 1871, signed J. Harris, addressed to Rev. Saltern Rogers at Gwennap Vicarage acknowledging the receipt of stamps for his 'copy of my new work & I am much obliged for your continued patronage'. 1866 and 1871. £32.00
    Harris published 'Shakespere's Shrine, an Indian story, essays and poems.' in September 1866. The book refered to in the postcard is probably 'Bulo, Reuben Ross'. The Revd. Saltern Rogers later became President of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society.


  57. Illogan LEASE of a Plot of Ground at Carn Brea, Rt. Honble John Baron St. Levan, John Tremayne of Heligan and others to William Treloar Phillips, Miner. Vellum, 20" x 27", 3 wax seals, sketch plan 4" x 7" in corner. 1889. £14.00

  58. King Edward Mine SURFACE PLAN Manuscript plan, probably a student survey, on thick cartridge paper in ink and and bright colour wash. Shows Plantation Shaft, Vyvyan Shaft, William's Shaft etc., ditches, hedges, rough ground, various buildings including Fitting Shop, Vanning Shop, Assay Office etc. With 'Legend'. Scale 1:500, size 29" x 52", rolled. 1968. £40.00

  59. Kitchin (Thos) A NEW IMPROVED MAP OF CORNWALL from the Best Surveys and Intelligences Divided into its Hundreds. Shewing the several Roads and true Measured Distances between Town & Town. Also the Rectories and Vicarages the Parks & Seats of the Nobility & Gentry with other useful Particulars Regulated by Astronomical Observations. Engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, size 21" x 27", with attractive title cartouche, hand-coloured, with figures, mining tools etc., inset of Isles of Scilly, dedication to Lord Edgecumb, list of Earls of Cornwall, brief descriptions of major towns. Printed for Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard & Robt. Sayer in Fleet Street. (1750). £250.00
    `This map is by far the most impressive and attractive map of Cornwall to appear in a complete atlas of the 18th century....' Quixley. There were several reprints between 1755 and 1794 and Quixley mentions no differences between these later editions.


  60. Langdon (Arthur) TWO LETTERS One to an unknown correspondent in Gwennap who has replied to Langdon's request for information by describing a cross in his garden 'I only get replies to about one letter in ten that I write for facts relating to crosses.... I shall certainly accept your kind invitation to call, and should like if possible to get down to the bottom of your cross as it appears to be buried'. 3p, sm. 8vo, dated Craven Street, Strand, 12 Sept. 90. The other letter is dated 'Portscatho, Sunday' apparently to a vicar, possibly the same correspondent, as he mentions Gwennap, thanking him for information about crosses, and saying he plans to run over to Mawnan that week. 'Excuse my saying so, but as a rule I find it most difficult to get anything out of the Cornish clergy.... e.g. three letters to the S. Erth man (I forget his name) have never been answered....' 1890 and later. £55.00

  61. Lanlivery SWEETSHOUSE Plan showing site of proposed new Cottages. Manuscript plan in ink and colours on cartridge paper, scale 40 feet to an inch. Size 19" x 22". November 1897. £15.00

  62. Le Grice (Rev. C.V) A HYMN for the opening of the rebuilt Church at Morvah on the North West Coast of Cornwall A.D. 1828. Hymn of seven verses printed on one side of single sheet, with decorative border. Size 11" x 5", margins slightly trimmed, to just below imprint. Vigurs, Printer, Penzance, (1828) £28.00

  63. Liskeard REPORT ON THE BOROUGH AND TOWN OF LISKEARD. 2pp, with a folding plan by R.K. Dawson, coloured in outline. Scale 2" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound. 1832. £18.00

  64. Lowry, Sculpt. PENDENNIS CASTLE IN CORNWALL Copper engraving showing the castle on headland with boats, etc., size 5" x 6". Small tear through title. c1780. £10.00

  65. Ludgvan AN AGREEMENT between John Peverell Rogers of Penrose and Matthew Trewhella of Pigmoor. 3p, folio, with coloured sketch map size 7" x 4" in text, showing the various claypits at Pigmoor. 1883. £18.00
    The agreement was to settle a dispute relating to an original Sett of 1876.


  66. Marazion LEASE of a house garden and stitch of land in the Gew, in the Borough of Marazion late in the occupation of William Jarvis (?), for 4 score and nineteen years, yearly rent of 2s 6d, Richard Pendarves of London, Merchant, to Francis Trounson, of St. Hilary, Tinner. Vellum, 6" x 12", signed Pendarves with fine small wax seal with coat of arms, on tag. 4th September 1676. £32.00
    With memorandum on verso concerning a heriot, signed by 2 witnesses.


  67. Newbridge LEASE of Dwelling House and plot at Newbridge in Sancreed, Right Honourable Lord Robertes to John Nicholas. Large vellum sheet, printed with MS inserts. Small coloured sketch plan on verso. 1874. £15.00
    The plot was bounded by the river and the turnpike road from Penzance to St. Just. Three lives are listed.


  68. Penwith GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Sheet No XXXIII. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Engraved surface approx. 36" x 25" ('Portrait' format), hand coloured, with gold showing mineral veins and stream tin, etc. Key in sea area. Original Geological Survey by Sir H. De La Beche, Additional Lodes by W.W. Smyth, 1866. c1900. £70.00

  69. Penzance LEASE of plot of ground near Taroveor Road, lately leased by John Usticke Scobell, Joseph Perkins to William Williams. Counterpart, vellum 22" x 28", small wax seal. 1867. £10.00

  70. Penzance LEASE of Plot of Land with dwelling house now being erected, at Alverton, Fred. Nicholl and others to H. Geoffroi. Two large vellum sheets, small sketch plan on verso of second sheet. 1880. £14.00

  71. Quiller Couch (Arthur) LETTER to a Mrs Russell, dated Sept. 21st 1899, on 8vo notepaper with the printed heading 'The Haven, Fowey, Cornwall', signed A.T. Quiller Couch. 3 pages in an informal, chatty style, announcing the birth of his little girl 'a plump person, considered not uncomely', and the reaction of her brother 'he has taken to his sister beautifully'. He asks Mrs Russell to tell her husband that 'at last I have written a story with which I am pleased - as yet. In a little while I shall quite probably think it bosh. But he is to look out for it this autumn. And though I hope he'll like it I shall not be hurt if he doesn't - never am, over these things.' He goes on to mention Trebarwith, and his boat 'the Vida'. 1899. £50.00

  72. Quiller Couch (Arthur) LETTER to 'My dear Manson', dated The Haven, Fowey, Dec. 6th, 1896. 2p 8vo. Signed 'Q'. 1896. £50.00
    Written in a very conversational style. Speaks of the weather - 'the barometer with a face in it as if it had been drinking', of a postponed trip to Edinburgh 'in the matter of work I've got to get a quart into a pint pot before Christmas', and his admiration for (Barrie's) 'Margaret Ogilvy' - 'Get a copy of the 1st edition & give it to your eldest child. In years to come he will find it worth many pounds - and he won't sell'.


  73. Redruth LEASE dwellinghouse and premises adjoining the Falmouth Road, Rt. Honble. Charles Rolle Baron Clinton to Jonathan Martin, builder. Large vellum sheet, wax seal, printed with MS inserts. On verso is coloured sketch plan, 7" x 9". 1891. £12.00

  74. Rutger (I.H.), Surveyor A PLAN OF THE PARISH OF SENNEN in the County of Cornwall. 1839. Lithographed map, size 16" x 24", plus wide margins. Scale 10 chains to 1". Compass rose, scale bar. Shows buildings, each field numbered, rocky areas along shore indicated with hachures. 1839. £60.00

  75. St. Columb RELEASE of parts of several houses etc. in Saint Columb Major, Revd. Robt. Hoblyn to Thomas Rawlings of Padstow. 4 large vellum sheets, wax seals, vellum browned. 1810. £12.00
    Refers to shares in Carter's tenement, the building occupied by the town workhouse, blacksmith's shop, malthouse etc.


  76. St. Columb Town COUNTERPART LEASE of half of Carter's or The Town Tenement, John and Samuel Hoblyn to William Drew. Vellum, 19" x 24", good armorial wax seal, engraved heading. In a particularly large and legible hand. 1746. £20.00
    Lists three 'lives', heriot, etc.


  77. St. Ives PARTICULARS AND PLAN of Freehold Lands and House Property in the Borough and Parish of St. Ives, Comprising about 21 Small Holdings, Building Land, 139 Houses, Cottages and the Impropriate Tithe Rent Charge on the parish of St. Ives.... to be Sold by Auction.... Sept. 29th and 30th, 1919. 35pp., large folding coloured plan. Folio, wraps rather dusty, staples rusty, pages dog-eared at bottom corner. 1919. £65.00
    Includes lands and tenements at Hellesvean, Carnello, Little Burthallan, etc., houses in The Warren, The Terrace, The Digey etc.


  78. St. Just LEASE of a plot of ground and dwelling house in St. Just in Penwith, John Usticke Scobell of Montvale House in Somerset to William Hill of St. Just. 1868. £10.00

  79. St. Just LEASE of a plot of a piece of ground of 8 laces part of a close called the Town field, Dwelling House and Premises part of Trigaseal in St. Just for 99 years.... Bryan Lawry, Farmer, to John Nankervis, Mine Agent. Large vellum sheet, two wax seals. 1868. £12.00
    Includes the right of Turbary for fuel on the Commons.


  80. St. Minver LEASE of 'messuage or tenement commonly known by the namej of Easter Cant.... late in the possession of Lady Olimpia Robartes', Henry Earl of Radnor and John Laroche of Westminster to John Lynam of St. Minver. Vellum sheet, closely written, size 13" x 23", signed Laroche with small armorial seal. Some minor spotting of vellum. 1733. £26.00

  81. Stoke Climsland COUNTERPART LEASE of part of Trehill in Stoke Climsland, Arthur Holdsworth to William Rendall. Large vellum sheet, wax seal. 1765. £16.00

  82. Stoke Climsland LEASE of Trehill in Stokeclimsland, Sampson Hill of Trenethicke to Thomas Reed, yeoman. Vellum, size 18" x 25", wax seal on tag. Small burn hole at top edge of engraved title. Signed by 5 witnesses on verso. 1696. £25.00
    Reed was to keep the house and orchard in good repair. Refers to timber on the tenement, mentioning 'the seven great Oaks, the Elme and the great Ash'.


  83. Stokes (H. Sewell) LETTER on headed notepaper of Clerk of the Peace, Bodmin, dated 23rd Jany. 1871, to a Mr. Wilkinson (apparently a clergyman), 3p, 8vo (52 lines in all). He thanks Mr. Wilkinson for his kind comments on the poems, and goes on to explain how he came to write them. 1871. £35.00
    He says his early verses were 'just as wild as Swinburne's.... I never altered a coarse or impure expression. But educated so peculiarly as I was, removed from School in England at 15, and then placed under Spanish, French & Italian teachers at Gibraltar for 3 years and taking the whole range of Rousseau & others of that school, it was not to be wondered at that I became wild in politics & on more serious matters.' The poems mentioned were presumably 'Rhymes from Cornwall', published in 1871.


  84. Trerice Manor Estate, Nr Newquay IMPORTANT SALE OF FOUR LORDSHIPS AND THE FREEHOLD MANORIAL ESTATE OF TRERICE Excellent Farms, Small Holdings & Cottages, Having an area of about 1,830 Acres. Messrs. J. Hannaford & Son in conjunction with Messrs. John May & Son, are favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction.... at the Victoria Hall, Newquay, Cornwall, On Friday, the 25th day of June 1915.... The Lordships of the manors of Trerice, Tresillian, Degembris and Cragantallan, The Famous Tudor Manor House known as Trerice Manor, with the Home Farm.... The well-known Agricultural Estates of Trenance, Trendrean, Legonna, Degembris, Degembris Minor, Nancemeer, Trewerry Mill, Benny, Accommodation Lands, Small Holdings & Cottages, Situate in the Parishes of St. Columb Minor and Newlyn East. Folio, large coloured folding plan in pocket at rear, 3 photographic illusts, 20pp, original wraps with photo pasted to top wrap. 1915. £50.00

  85. Truro War Memorial WAR MEMORIAL, CITY OF TRURO Design for Proposed War Memorial in Grey Cornish Granite, Figures in Bronze. Scale 1" - 1ft. Front Elevation. Watercolour design, on thick paper size 29" x 20", plus margins, folded, titled as above. Shows monument with buildings behind, several figures to the side, height and width added and note '400 Names'. Name 'Alpha' in bottom right corner, stamp in margin of 'Maile & Son, Craftsmen in Marble, Bronze and Brass'. 1922. £95.00

  86. Watts (Isaac) IN MEMORIAM. Lines on the Death of Elizabeth Watts, written by her affectionate husband Isaac Watts, of Australia, formerly of Hayle. Single 4to sheet, printed on one side only, 24 quatrains in double columns, in a mourning border, with line of typographic ornaments between the columns. J.E. Harris, Printer, &c, Hayle c1870. £25.00
    See Boase & Courtney's Bibliotheca Cornubiensis Vol II p. 856.


  87. Wright (Professor J) LETTER to Miss Courtney at Penzance, thanking her for the 'excellent collection of Cornish words which will be most useful.' 2 pages, on printed notepaper of the English Dialect Society, dated Nov. 23, 1874, inserted in original envelope with address and Oxford postmark. 1874. £30.00
    'Dr. Rogers of Plymouth has sent me his father's collection of Cornish words - a splendidly written MSS volume of 800 pages, which must have cost the compiler many many years of patient toil, but as it is a glossary of real Cornish words and not of English dialect words used in Cornwall, it will not be of much, if any, use for the E.D.D.' Wright's 'English Dialect Dictionary' was published in 6 volumes between 1898 and 1905.


    Cornwall Acts

  88. Duchy of Cornwall AN ACT for enabling His Majesty to settle an Annuity on His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.... and for repealing so much of an Act.... as direct the annual Payment of Thirteen thousand Pounds out of the Revenues of the Duchy of Cornwall. 3pp. 1803. £9.00

  89. Duchy of Cornwall AN ACT to enable Her Majesty to make Leases and Copies of Offices, Lands, and Hereditaments, Parcel of Her Dutchy of Cornwall.... 3pp, plus cover leaf.... together with.... AN ACT to continue an Act, Intituled An Act to Enable Her Majesty to make Leases.... 3pp., plus cover leaf. Recent cloth boards. 1708 and 1714. £18.00

  90. Falmouth Gaol AN ACT to provide for the Discontinuance of a separate Court of Quarter Sessions and a separate Gaol in the Borough of Falmouth. 3pp. 1865. £10.00

  91. Fowey and Newquay Estates AN ACT for better enabling the Trusts of the Will of Joseph Thomas Treffry deceased to be executed.... 59pp. Recent cloth boards, gilt title. 1853. £22.00
    There is a 31 page schedule of the property concerned listing Description, Owner/Occupier and Tenure and Rent.


  92. Helston A BILL To secure the Freedom and Purity of Election in the Borough of Helleston. 3pp. 1813. £10.00

  93. Saint Burian A BILL intituled An Act to provide for the Division of the Deanery of Saint Burian into Three Rectories, and for abolishing the Royal Peculiar of Saint Burian. Title + 5pp. 1850. £14.00

  94. St. Ives Fishery AN ACT for the Encouragement and Improvement of the Pilchard-fishery carried on within the Bay of Saint Ives.... Black Letter. Cover leaf + 26pp., recent paper boards. 1776. £24.00

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    Cumberland


  95. Foulbridge PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Freehold Estate at Foulbridge.... comprising a Messuage, Tenement; and Farm Buildings, 6 Cottages & about 55 Acres.... which will be Sold by Public Auction.... 11 day of December, 1860. 3pp., folio, folded, plus docket title, which is dusty. 1860. £16.00

  96. Honor of Penrith and Forest of Inglewood INCLOSURE Notice is Hereby Given, That John Sadler, John Marshall, and John Fryer, the Commissioners appointed.... by an Act of Parliament.... entitled 'An Act for dividing and inclosing the Commons and Waste Lands, within the several Parishes of Penrith, Edenhall, Salkeld.... intend to meet at the George Inn, Penrith.... for the Purpose of reading over and executing their General Award.... this first Day of October, 1819. Poster, size 12" x 8", inviting those interested to attend the meeting. Shaw, Printer, Penrith, 1819. £45.00

  97. Kendal, Keswick ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet 102. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Folding into sm. 8vo cloth wraps, edges of sections slightly browned, 3" split in linen at one fold. Electrotype 1878. £25.00

  98. Kirkbride and Wigton PARTICULARS, PLANS & CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Valuable Freehold Estate situate in and around the Village of Kirkbride... which will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction.... 25th August, 1881. Folio, folds, 4pp., with large folding coloured plan. 1881. £32.00

  99. Kirkland AUCTION POSTER. To Be Sold by Auction, On Thursday, the 15th day of September.... at the Black Swan, in Culgaith the following Closes of Land.... High Kit Moor.... Poster, size approx. 17" x 11", small hole slightly affecting one letter, folded. B.T. Sweeten, Printer, Penrith. c1860. £16.00
    Very attractive printing, with the word 'Land' in letters 2" high, shadowed and filled with an unusual tapestry style blocking.


  100. Longthwaite PARTICULARS & CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Valuable Estate situate at Longthwaite, near Watermillock, in the Parish of Greystoke.... to be Sold By Auction.... 2nd of June, 1885. 3pp., folio, including MS memorandum. 1885. £16.00

  101. Penrith PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Freehold Premises at Netherend, which will be sold by Auction.... the 7th day of June, 1855.... 2pp., folio, plus docket title. 1855. £15.00

  102. Steel (James) Pr. THE FARMER'S REAL FRIEND. Copy of a Letter addressed by an influential Landed Proprietor to a Yeoman of "Canny Cumberland." Broadside, in ten paragraphs, printed on one side only, size approx. 20" x 12", couple of small holes where once folded, few short tears with neat repairs with archival tape to verso.. James Steel, Printer, Journal Office, Carlisle. c1840? £55.00
    The letter is a long and detailed argument against the imposition of a fixed scale of duty on imported corn, in place of a sliding scale. 'I am still of the opinion that the most ruinous consequences to the Farmer would result from letting loose upon the consumption large masses of Corn at once.... ' The writer had apprently given evidence before a Commons Select Committee on Agriculture in 1833. He also mentions that he himself had 'sold beef at Manchester, at fourteen pence per lb. to common Weavers, in the year 1815'.


  103. Westward CERTIFICATE OF REDEMPTION OF THE LAND TAX for John Taylor of Stonecarse, Clerk. Printed certificate with coat of Arms, manuscript insertions, size 15" x 17", signed by the two commissioners. Form printed on verso for 16 installments, headed 'Consols' in MS, with last installment completed. Refers to parcel of land in the Township of Blencogo in Bromfield, and and tenement in the Township of Stoneraise in Westward. Fixed to the corner are two certificates for amounts of Land Tax. 1798. £20.00

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    Devon


  104. Ashwater Estates IMPORTANT MANOR OF ASHWATER. A NOTED SPORTING PROPERTY. PARTICULARS, PLANS & CONDITIONS OF SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES Accommodation Lands, Free & Fully Licensed Inn, Coverts, Small Holdings, Cottages, and Undivided Moiety of Cookworthy Moor, All situate in the Parish of Ashwater, comprising in all about 4,035 Acres.... J. Hannaford & Son, F.A.I. Have been favoured with instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at The Town Hall, Holsworthy, On Tuesday, 21st July, 1908. Folio, with 9 coloured plans, 7 of which are folding, and a key plan, 42pp, original wraps, top wrap very spotty, staples rusty, loose. 1908. £75.00

  105. Banfield (J) VIEWS OF NORTH DEVON. 4 steel engraved vignette views, size of engraved surface approx. 4" x 6". Oblong 8vo., original printed wraps with views listed. Some minor light spotting to page edges. c1860. £20.00
    Views are: Lynton & Lynmouth from the Tor; Lynton and Lynmouth from the Summer-House; Waters-Meet; Valley of Rocks.


  106. Barn Pool, Plymouth SEPIA WATERCOLOUR showing a large 3 masted ship and another boat, with a building on a headland, shore in the foreground rocks, man launching row-boat. Size approx. 6" x 8", in ivory mount, with gold lines. Dec. 1810. £40.00
    A competent amateur hand. Titled in left hand margin, hidden by mount, 'From Barn Pool, Plymouth, December 6th, 1810.


  107. Barnstaple ENGINEER'S DRAWING of 'Steam Drying Apparatus for drying clothes etc. for Barnstaple Union'. Fine fully coloured ink drawing on Whatman paper size 21" x 30". Scale 1" to 1 foot. Shows front elevation of brick and stone building with doors; Transverse Section; Ground plan showing piping; details of doors; Detail of Horse (on rollers). With stamp of Nicholls Mathews & Co., Engineers, Tavistock Iron Works. Some minor edge tears, and one 9" tear through mainly blank area, tears neatly repaired on verso with archival tape. Paper watermarked 1873. £65.00
    Presumably prepared for the Workhouse.


  108. Bishopsnympton, Meshaw, Alverdiscott Estates PARTICULARS, PLANS & CONDITIONS OF SALE OF SEVERAL VALUABLE AND ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD ESTATES Accommodation Lands, Free and Fully Licensed Inn, Coverts and Cottages, comprising- BISHOPNYMPTON.- North Hayne, South Hayne, with fine old House, and South Hayne Plantation, in all total of 415a. 2r. 36p. MESHAW.- Five Estates, viz:- Meshaw Barton, with fine Elizabethan Manor House, Great Whitstone, Little Whitstone, Gidley Arms Inn and Farm, Bourne Bridge, Accomodation land &c., comprising 861a. 2r. 7p. ALVERDISCOTT.- Alverdiscott barton, Borough and Hall, Nethercott, and Lashingcott, Luppincott, South Down and Cloggs Hill, Three Corner Ley and Abboton Cottages in all 988a. 1r. 6p. Messrs J. Hannaford & Son, F.A.I. Have been favoured with instructions from R. Preston Whyte, Esq., to offer the above for Sale by Auction At the Royal Fortescue Hotel, Barnstaple, On Friday, 26th July.... Folio, illust, 12 large coloured folding plans, 24pp, original qtr cloth wraps, photo pasted to top wrap. Second Edition. 1907. £95.00

  109. Burrington, Ashpreigny, Winkleigh, North Tawton, Witheridge and East Worlington Estates PARTICULARS, PLANS & CONDITIONS OF SALE OF SEVERAL VALUABLE AND ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD ESTATES Cottage Residences, Accommodation Lands, Small Holdings, Free and Fully Licensed Public House, Manorial Rights, Coverts and Artizan's Cottages, comprising: BURRINGTON, Catham and Winswood, Burrington Barton, Ley and Boutchland Estates, several Lots of Accommodation Lands, the Fully Licensed and Free Public House, known as "Barnstaple Inn,".... practically the whole of the Village of Burrington.... WINKLEIGH. - Seven Estates, viz:- Southcott, Penson, Collacott, Gosses, Whitehouse, Narracott, and Woodroberts.... ASHPREIGNY. - Reynards Park Land and Cottages.... WITHERIDGE. - Barton Ground and Dwelling House.... NORTH TAWTON. - Staddon Estate.... EAST WORLINGTON. - East and West Burrow Estates... The whole extending over an area of about 2,797 Acres. Messrs J. Hannaford & Son, F.A.I. Have been honoured with instructions from the Right Hon. The Earl of Portsmouth to offer the above for Sale by Auction At the Rougemont Hotel, Exeter, On Friday, July 21st, 1905. Folio, with 13 large coloured folding plans, 34pp, original wraps, partly faded, few corners curled. Second Edition. 1905. £110.00

  110. Butterleigh BOND of John Berry the elder of Butterleigh, Yeoman, to Robert Chattey and Robert Winn Churchwardens and Overseers, for 50. The bond was relative to Sarah Johns, single woman who 'hath by her voluntary confession declared that she is with Child & that.... the above bounden John Berry the elder is the Father of the said Child....' 2p, folio, in MS, small wax seal, embossed stamps. 1795. £20.00

  111. Chestwood, Bishops Tawton ABSTRACT OF TITLE of The Duke of Bedford and Trustees to fee farm rent charged on Chestwood. 2p folio, in MS, detailing indenture of 1752, together with printed Abstract of Title of the Trustees of the Will of Francis Seventh Duke of Bedford Deceased to Freehold Premises, 8pp, folio, setting out the terms of his will of 1861. c1880. £14.00

  112. Chulmleigh Estate PARTICULARS, PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS AND ACCOMMODATION LANDS Containing about 760 Acres. Part of the Glebe and Prebendal Lands of Chulmleigh Devon for Sale On Monday, the 30th day of August, 1915, at 2 p.m. at the King's Arms Hotel, Chulmleigh, Devon. Folio, 2 large coloured folding plans in pocket at rear, loose in dusty card covers. 1915. £25.00

  113. Combmartin APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE apprentising Francis Norman to Henry Sanders, Cordwainer. Printed with manuscript inserts, three small wax seals. Size 8" x 13", folds. Signed by the three parties and two witnesses. 1823. £18.00
    The master was to supply 'working Tools, Shoes and Aprons' as well as board and lodging, and the apprentice had to 'follow the Established Church of England during the said Term'.


  114. Cranford, Dartmouth Pub. DARTMOUTH FROM KINGSWEAR Tinted lithograph, size 8" x 13", plus margins. A fine view from high up looking across the top of the church and across the estuary to Dartmouth, two figures in foreground pointing at paddle-steamer. A few minor foxing spots in margins and a few affecting sky area. Newman & Co. c1840. £70.00

  115. Crimmel Passage, Plymouth SEPIA WATERCOLOUR showing several large 3 masted boats, shore in the foreground with a headland on which is a large pole. Size approx. 6" x 8", in ivory mount, with gold lines. December 6th, 1810. £40.00
    A competent amateur hand. Titled in left hand margin, hidden by mount, 'From the Crimmel Passage, Plymouth, December 6th, 1810.


  116. Croydon (Edward) Pub. TORQUAY VIEWS (ROYAL SERIES) A set of 10 tinted lithographs, by Newman and Co., each with tissue guards, oblong folio, (12" x 17"), in the original printed paper boards, cloth spine, waterstain to fore-edge of top boards and a few other marks, tissue guards and edges of plates spotty. Published E. Croydon: c1848. £800.00
    RARE.
    See Somers Cocks. Devon Topographical Prints.... No S.178. Not on the Devon Libraries internet site.
    The views are:- Torquay from Park Hill; Torquay, from Waldon Hill; Torquay from Livermead; Hesketh Crescent from the Sea; Anstey's Cove & Bishopstowe; Anstey's Cove looking West; Watcombe Torquay; Babbacombe; Berry Pomeroy (2 views).


  117. Daniell (W), Engr. LYNMOUTH ON THE COAST OF NORTH DEVON Original hand-coloured aquatint, size of print 6" x 9", plus borders and margins. 1814. £50.00

  118. Daniell (W), Engr. VIEW OF ILFRACOMBE FROM HILSBOROUGH Original hand-coloured aquatint, size of print 6" x 9", plus borders and margins. 1814. £50.00

  119. Dartington Hall Ltd. GARDENS CATALOGUE Oblong 8vo, card covers with decorative woodcut illustration, 223pp, listing Trees and shrubs, Roses, Fruit Trees, Alpines, Herbaceous & Aquatics, Bulbs, Garden Furniture. Illustrated with woodcuts throughout, plan inside front wrap. In pocket at back is a 20p booklet "Landscape Gardening", published by the Gardens Department, Dartington Hall, illustrated with photographs and Piper-esque coloured drawings. Slight foxing of title on front wrap, small tears at hinge at top and bottom of spine. 1935. £65.00
    A finely-printed catalogue, beautifully presented, and apparently the only one ever issued.


  120. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) TOR CHURCH. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 12", plus margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £38.00
    A view of the church with a man holding a stick leaning against a tomb looking at the church.


  121. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) BABBICOMBE, FROM PETIT TOR. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 11", plus wide margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £45.00
    A view across the bay, with a boy asleep on rocks near sheep in foreground.


  122. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) TORBAY, FROM TOR ABBEY SANDS. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 12", plus margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £48.00
    A view twards Torbay with ships in the middle ground, and women standing by a fence in the foreground.


  123. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) TORQUAY, FROM PARK HILL. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 11", plus margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £55.00
    A very attractive view showing sailing ships in the harbour, with men in the foreground.


  124. Gray (Joseph W.) THE DEVON TOR RANGE an Improved Ventilating Kitchener or Cooking Apparatus.... Sold Exclusively by Joseph W. Gray, Kitchen Fitter & Furnisher & Domestic Engineer, 31 Fleet Street, Torquay, Manufacturer and Erecter. Illustrated Prospectus of ranges, baths, kitchen equipment etc., 12pp., folio, folded, bottom half of last page browned. c1874. £45.00
    Includes list of satisfied customers who had the range installed.

    AQUATINTS & LITHOGRAPHS

  125. Haseler (H), Cornish (H), Rowe (G) and others VIEWS IN SOUTH DEVON. A volume so titled with 17 lithographed plates, two are in duplicate, and 17 aquatint views, 7 are hand coloured the rest are sepia, one of the coloured plates has been trimmed and mounted onto a blank sheet, and one of the coloured plates is a duplicate of one of the sepia. Oblong 8vo, early half calf, marbled boards and endpapers, leather label on spine, slightly rubbed to edges, occasional light foxing, mainly to margins. 1818 - 1830. £420.00
    The aquatints are from Haseler's Scenery on the Southern Coast of Devonshire See Somers Cocks. Devon Topographical Prints.... No S.51. Includes the set of lithographs from Haseler's Four Views of Sidmouth Devonshire, Somers Cocks. No S.68.
    The views include:- Exmouth, Sidmouth, Torquay, Shaldon, Dawlish, Mamhead, and Budleigh Salterton.
    With the bookplates of William Park and T.N. Brushfield to front endpaper and pastedown.


  126. Hawkins (G), Lith. ILFRACOMBE FROM HILLSBOROUGH Lithograph, size 9" x 12", plus margins. Published by J. Banfield, c1837. £32.00
    Shows view across the bay with Lantern Hill in middle distance, sheep on rocks in foreground.


  127. Holsworthy, Bradford, Milton Damerell, Pancrasweek and Bradworthy PARTICULARS, WITH PLANS AND CONDITIONS of About 3,100 Acres of the Right Hon. Earl Stanhope's Freehold Estates Situate in the above Parishes, comprising "Henscott Barton," "Milton Town," "Soldon Barton," "Soldon Cross," "North Arscott," "Hole," "Greyland," "Virworthy," "Lutson," "Virworthy Mill," "Lufflands," "Instaple," "Newlands," and "Little Instaple," and several Small Holdings and Valuable Accommodation Lands, To be offered for Sale by Public Auction by Messrs Kivell & Harris, In the Town Hall, Holsowrthy, On Thursday, June 29th, 1911. Folio, original wraps, 26pp, 17 coloured folding plans, and 5 photographic illustrations on 4 sheets, shaken, pages loosening, wraps slightly ragged. 1911. £96.00

  128. Ilfracombe REMINISCENCES OF ILFRACOMBE 18 vignette letter sheets, sm. 8vo, each with blank adjoining leaf, bound in blue blind-stamped cloth, gilt title to front board. Size of engraved view approx. 2" x 3". 1860-4. £65.00
    The vignettes are all of Ilfracombe and are by Rock & Co.


  129. King (Daniel) Sculpt, Newcourt (Richard) Delin. EXONIENSIS ECCLESIAE CATH. FACIES AUSTRALIS Etching, engraved surface 7" x 13", coat of arms and dedication to Solomon Bolton in corner. Ragged along most of top edge, affecting title. c1665. £10.00
    Somers Cox 'Devon Topographical Prints' no. 784


  130. Little, Photographer, Exeter PHOTOGRAPH fine view of a group of two women and three men, with dogs, in front of a bell tent pitched on a sandy area, one man with shotgun. Size 7" x 9", mounted on board with Little's gold stamps and label on verso. Surface of paper scratched away along about " scratch in sky area, mount rubbed. c1900. £8.00

  131. Longdown, near Exeter BILLS of Wm. Ley, for repair work done at 'Longdoon', Feb.- May 1857, and Feb. - May 1858. Two sm. 8vo. sheets, folds. 1857-8. £8.00
    Includes 'throwing timber', 'self and son about the stares casing' etc.


  132. Plymouth PHOTOGRAPHS of Red Devon cattle by Hawkings of Plymouth, presumably taken at a show. Size approx. 4" x 6", mounted on thick card, two with Hawkings name. Two show bulls held by owner, onlookers, one a bull alone. One image faded. c1900. £15.00

  133. Rowe (G) Pub WATERS MEET, LYNMOUTH Lithograph from drawing by G. Rowe. Engraved surface approx. 6" x 8". Shows Lyndale Cottage. A few small foxing spots in margins. c1835. £16.00
    See Somers Cocks's Devon Topographical Prints No 1539.


  134. Salmon (J) LYNTON & LYNMOUTH 16 Views. Booklet of sepia views in buff borders, on glossy paper. In buff wraps with oval cut-out. Sold by Richards, Tobacconist, Lynmouth. Back wrap slightly water-stained at top. c1910. £10.00

  135. Sidmouth TRANSFER of a Mortgage of a Dwellinghouse in Sidmouth, James Pady, Yeoman, William Rugg, Chairmaker to Abraham Ffollett, Mercer. 3 large vellum sheets, browned.... together with... Lease for a year relating to the same property, on smaller vellum sheet. 1800. £12.00

  136. Sidmouth, Upton Pyne MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT Revd. John Bradford of Upton Pyne and Elizabeth Cooke daughter of Revd. George Cooke of Sidmouth. Three large vellum sheets, four wax seals, engraved heading. Spotted on the outside where titled. 1763. £18.00

  137. Spreat (W) DARTINGTON CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 9", on India paper, large margins. Printed by C. Hulmandel. c1842. £22.00
    In the lower left hand corner are 2 men one of whom is pointing to the church. There is part of a house to the right of the church.


  138. Spreat (W) DARTMOUTH CHURCH. From the Organ Gallery. (interior view) Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 9" x 6", on India paper, large margins, margins slightly spotty. Printed by C. Hulmandel. c1842. £11.00

  139. Spreat (W) MORETON CHURCH. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper, large margins. C. Hulmandel's Patent. c1842. £22.00
    A view of the church looking across the graveyard.


  140. Spreat (W) OTTERY CHURCH, NORTH EAST VIEW. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 9", on India paper, large margins, margins slightly spotty. [C. Hulmandel, Printer.] c1842. £22.00
    With a hedge in front of the church.


  141. Spreat (W) PLYMPTON ST MARY CHURCH. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper, large margins. C. Hulmandel's Patent. c1842. £22.00
    With a man, leaning on a wall in the central foreground talking to a woman.


  142. Spreat (W) STOKE GABRIEL CHURCH. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper, large margins. C. Hulmandel's Patent. c1842. £22.00
    An attractiive view showing the river in the foreground two rowing boats, a man standing holding padlles, an emptiy boat on the shore and a sailing boat further along the river.


  143. Spreat (W), Pub. TEIGNMOUTH The Den, Looking South. Tinted lithograph, size 7" x 13", plus margins. Shows bathing machines on beach, couple in a carriage in foreground, tall flagpole-type structure on lawn, The Ness in distance. Sky area spotty. c1850. £50.00

    Spreat's Churches of Devon
    I HAVE SEVERAL OTHERS IN STOCK


    Please let me know if there are any you require.


  144. Tavistock ENGINEER'S DRAWING titled 'Grinder with 24" Rolls', with stamp of Joseph Mathews & Co, Tavistock Iron Works. Two fine drawings on one sheet of Whatman paper size 23" x 37", scale " to one foot. In ink and four colours of wash, horizontal and vertical sections of wheel and machinery in building, a few notes in ink, each drawing approx. 15" high. Signed CJM. In excellent condition. c1870. £75.00

  145. Tavistock Markets Act 1859 BYE LAWS made pursuant to the Tavistock Markets Act 1869. Folio sheet printed on one side only, in five columns, signed by the Superintendent, and 'The Duke of Bedford, Proprietor' written in the same hand in margin. 1859. £35.00
    Issued to a butcher's shop, although the proprietor is not named.


  146. Tiverton HUNTING DIARY with the bookplate of Gilbert J. Acland Troyte. 2 vols., half red morocco, covering 1911-1921 (no entries 1914-18), and 1925-1949. Pages printed with headings for 'Date', 'Hounds', 'Meet', 'Remarks'. Written in a small neat hand, with approx. 8-10 lines of 'Remarks' for each meet. Approx. 30 completed leaves have been partly torn out at end of vol. I. Upwards of 500 pages in all in the two volumes. 1911-49. £100.00
    Hounds include Sir J. Amory's Harriers, East Stert, Ashford Valley Harriers, Tiverton.


  147. Trewman (R) Pub. TREWMAN'S EXETER FLYING-POST or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. 1838. £14.00
    Contains report of meeting of Devon Agricultural Society, Exeter Theatre etc., adverts. for auction sales of Cockwood Estate, Paper Mills at Barnstaple etc.


  148. Trewman (R) Pub. TREWMAN'S EXETER FLYING-POST or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser. June 15, 1837. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. 1837. £14.00
    Includes adverts for sale of Torbay House, part of Manor of Brixham, Downe Hall Mansion, Elme Cottage, Babbicombe.


  149. Widworthy Court Estate PARTICULARS WITH PLANS, & CONDITIONS OF SALE OF THE WIDWORTHY COURT ESTATE Comprising 18 Valuable Farms With Superior Farmhouses and Homesteads.... situated in the Parishes of Offwell, Colyton, Dalwood, and Shute. To be Sold by Auction by Messrs. W.R.J. Greenslade & Co. At the Assembly Rooms, Dolphin Hotel, Honiton, On Saturday, June 28th, 1919. Folio, 12 photographic illusts, 47pp, original card covers, dusty and partly waterstained, staples rusty, rust marks to foot of a couple of leaves, lacks plans from pocket in rear, loose in case. 1919. £25.00

  150. Williams (C.F) IN THE GUARD ROOM, BERRY POMEROY CASTLE Lithographed by W. Gauci from a drawing by C.F. Williams, size of engraved surface approx. 11" x 8", plus large margins. Published by P. Hannaford, Hight St, Exeter: c1840. £35.00
    Depicts a view looking though a large ivy covered arch with a man reclining.


  151. Williams (C.F) THE GATEWAY, BERRY POMEROY CASTLE Lithographed by W. Gauci from a drawing by C.F. Williams, size of engraved surface approx. 7" x 11", plus large margins. Published by P. Hannaford, Hight St, Exeter: c1840. £45.00
    A romantic view of the gateway and the ivy-covered ruin of the castle beyond, framed in trees, with horses feeding on lawn in foreground, figures walking through archway.


  152. Williams (C.F) THE STATE ROOMS, BERRY POMEROY CASTLE Lithographed by W. Gauci from a drawing by C.F. Williams, size of engraved surface approx. 11" x 8", plus large margins. Published by P. Hannaford, Hight St, Exeter: c1840. £40.00
    A view of the inside of the ruin showing ivy-covered walls, with a man and dog in foreground.


  153. Williams (C.F) VIEW FROM THE LIME KILN, BERRY POMEROY CASTLE. Lithographed by W. Gauci from a drawing by C.F. Williams, size of engraved surface 8" X 11, plus large margins. Published by P. Hannaford, Hight St, Exeter: c1840. £45.00
    A romantic view of the castle ruins with two figures looking up to it.


    Devon Acts

  154. Exeter AN ACT for enabling the Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of the City of Exeter to sell Two Houses in the Parish of Saint Stephen's, Exeter, vested in them, and to purchase other Estates for the Performance of the charitable Purposes of the Will of Joan Tuckfield. 6pp. Stapled. 1831. £12.00

  155. Exeter Debts AN ACT for the more easy and speedy Recovery of Small Debts, within the City and County of Exeter. Black Letter. Cover leaf + 21pp. 1773. £15.00

  156. Exmouth & Budleigh Salterton Water AN ACT for better supplying with Water Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, and the adjoining Districts within the Parishes of Littleham and Exmouth, Withycombe Raleigh, and East Budleigh.... 8pp. 1864. £10.00

  157. Huntsham Court AN ACT for authorizing the Trustees of the Will of the Reverend Edward Berkeley Troyte, Doctor of Laws, deceased, to pull down the existing Family Mansion of Huntsham Court, and to build a new Family Mansion on a fresh Site on Part of the Estates subject to the Limitations of the same Will, situate in the Parish of Huntsham.... 30pp. 1866. £14.00

  158. North Devon AN ACT to enable Her Majesty's Paymaster General to repay to the North Devon Railway and Dock Company a Sum of Three thousand Pounds. 3pp. 1862. £8.00

  159. Ogwell AN ACT to Impower Sir John Molesworth, Baronet, and Joseph Moyle, Esquire.... to raise the several Sums, in the said Indenture mentioned.... and pay the same, as well as the rest of the personal Estate of Hugh Gregor, deceased, to such Person as Jane Gregor, an Infant, shall marry.... 11pp., woodcut headpiece with pelican. 1756. £16.00

  160. Plymouth Roads AN ACT to explain and amend Two Acts, made in the Tenth and Twelfth Years of His present Majesty's Reign, for paving, lighting, and watching, the Town of Plymouth, in the County of Devon; and for regulating the Carmen and Porters within the said Town. Cover leaf + 21pp.... together with.... AN ACT to enable certain Persons, during the Minority of Sir John Saint Aubyn, to renew and grant Leases of Lands.... all at Plymouth Dock.... 16pp. Recent paper boards. 1774. £26.00
    Includes 7p. Schedule listing property owners with name of Field, House, etc.


  161. Stover AN ACT to authorize the sale of the Pictures bequeathed by the Will of the late Edward Adolphus twelfth Duke of Somerset deceased as heirlooms and to declare the trusts of the procees of such sale.... 22pp. 1889. £18.00
    Includes a 4pp schedule of the paintings.


  162. Sutton Harbour Improvement Company AN ACT to authorise the Duke of Cornwall and the Sutton Harbour Improvement Company to enter into and carry into effect agreements.... 3pp. 1876. £8.00

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    Dorset


  163. Corfe area DIARY of a young solicitor, 6th October, 1862 - 1868. 63p, folio, in an very untidy and hasty hand, no wraps, sewing of sections loose. Contemporary photograph of husband, wife, and two teenage daughters at their front door pasted to first page. The diary covers a long period and is not regularly kept up. He recounts his struggles in the law 'Had the opportunity of defending a youth from charge of stealing. Feel averse to appearing publicly but that I must....', occasionally cases he is involved in, Liberal politics 'Attended meeting of the Liberal Committee. Was appointed corresponding Secretary....', the Sunday school, resolutions to be a better Christian, his family, visits to the theatre, children's illnesses, general soul-searching, etc. Places mentioned include Corfe (which he goes to on foot), Poole, Bournemouth. 1862-68. £95.00
    'Called in company with Mr. Waring when we were introduced to Sir I. Guest to whom Mr W(aring) sd. he had purposed offering hself. to the Poole Constituency in the event of a dissolution....' This long report of the conversation with Sir Ivor Guest is initialled 'J.H'.


  164. Dorchester MANOR OF FROOME WHITFIELD Abstract of Title of William Lewis Henning to parts and parcels of.... the Manor of Froome Whitfield.... and also to Friary Mills, Mill ham, and Premises situate in the Parish of St Peters in the same County. 13 sheets 16" x 13", neatly written, fastened with tape at corner. Outer sheet with title dusty and worn. n.d. c1860. £26.00

  165. Fordington, Dorchester AUCTION POSTER. To be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Baker & Ensor, at the King's Arms Inn, Dorchester, On Wednesday the 4th of October.... All that convenient Dwelling House.... also a Policy of Assurance.... Size approx. 20" x 16", folded. G. Pulman, Printer and Bookseller, Market-Place, Crewkerne, 1854. £18.00

  166. Frith & Co. SWANAGE Six loose photographs of Swanage, plus one of Corfe Castle and one of Studland Bay. Size 5" x 8", matt paper, numbered and titled in white in plate. c1890. £14.00
    Includes the Globe, good view of bay with bathing huts, Old Harry, etc.


  167. Haselbury Bryan POSTER advertising sale by auction at the Antelope Inn, on Friday, March 6th, 1863, of a Freehold Estate comprising 5 lots. With Schedule of house and lands giving Quality, Quantity etc. Size 24" x 18", folded. Very slight wear at one fold. 1863. £14.00

  168. Lyme Regis QUEEN VICTORIA The Funeral, Saturday, February 2nd, 1901. Notice of Services at the Parish Church. 1p sm. 8vo, black border, blank adjoining leaf, folds. 1901. £8.00

  169. Portland etc. THE ALBUM OF WEYMOUTH AND PORTLAND 22 photolitho views on extending strip, folding into sm. 4to boards, corners of boards chipped away, split down one fold across a double page view, repaired on verso. c1890. £10.00

  170. Sherborne BOND of Joseph Pitman of Oborne, Fellmonger, to Samuel Scott of Sherborne. 3p, sm. folio, wax seal. Refers to land at Long Street. 1817. £12.00

  171. Sixpenny Handley PARTICULARS of a Valuable Freehold Estate Farm and Estate.... known as "Upwood Farm," in the Parish of Sixpenny Handley, Dorset. Folio, folded, 4 pages, 2 of which are blank. April, 1881. £10.00

  172. Sturminster Newton STURMINSTER FRIENDLY SOCIETY H. Legg in account with the Sturminster Friendly Society. Printed sheet, 4to, folds, showing debit and credit account, present funds etc., and 'Payments to members', listing sums paid to 18 named members. 1853-4. £24.00

  173. Sturminster Newton TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION by T. Curme.... at the Swan Inn, in Sturminster Newton.... All Those Two Meadows of Pasture Land, Called Breach, Situated in Sturminster Newton aforesaid, and held under the Right Hon. Lord Rivers, for three good lives....' Handbill, size 9" x 7", with some manuscript notes in margins re. purchase. Traces of folds. Frampton, Printer, Dorchester, 1811. £26.00

  174. Swanage CONVEYANCE OF LAND in Swanage along Ullwell Road. John Earl of Eldon to Joseph Parsons and Charles Hayter, Builders. 3 vellum sheets, approx size 28" x 23", with coloured sketch map, approx. 9" x 18" on the first sheet showing the land and the names of the adjoining owners. Signed, with wax seals. 1897. £16.00

  175. Swanage MORTGAGE of the Advowsons of the Church and Rectory of Sandwich otherwise Swanwyche and the vicarage and church of the Parish of Worth Matravers, John Calcraft to Thomas Williams. On vellum, 22" x 29", 2 wax seals, vellum browned, stained on verso. 1789. £16.00

  176. Welch & Sons Pub. VIEWS OF WEYMOUTH PORTLAND & DISTRICT 46 photos., on 30 pages, some being small views inset in full page ones. 1p. text and brief description below plates. Gilt boards, slightly darkened. c1900. £16.00
    Includes Stone Quarry, Bow & Arrow Castle, H.M.S Furious, Upwey etc.


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    Essex


  177. Bacon's ESSEX County Map and Guide. 22pp. guide, and map folding into sm. 8vo wraps showing cyclists. c1910. £8.00

  178. Burnham, Churchend ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. LXXI, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Roads and water-features coloured, some fields shaded, four notes of tithes writted in red ink. 1880. £26.00

  179. Canewdon, Rochford ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. LXX, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Roads and water-features coloured, some buildings coloured red, some areas colour-washed. Slight browning of linen along one fold. 1880. £30.00

  180. Chipping Ongar, Blackmore ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. LI, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Some fields shaded pink. Slight browning of linen along one fold, map surface rather grubby. 1881. £22.00

  181. Fifield MAP AND SURVEY of Primrose Farm at Fifield in Essex belonging to Peter Megiggin drawn by N. Hartland at Cirencester 1806. Manuscript plan in full colour, on paper size 17" x 11", showing farmhouse and fields, orchard, ponds, buildings in Fifield, with church in elevation, hedges with gates and trees drawn in elevation. With two small reference tables 'Premises' listing acreage of fields, and 'Remarks' listing numbers of different types of tree. Decorative calligraphic title, decorative rule and compasses. With original tissue guard, and separate survey sheet with many dotted lines showing measurements of fields, scale down the side. June 13th 1806. £140.00

  182. Hadleigh PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SEVERAL MESSUAGES AND COTTAGES, WITH LARGE GARDENS..... To be Sold by Auction by Alfred Rodd.... on Saturday, June 13th, 1868, at the Crown Inn, Rayleigh.... Folio, 5pp, docket title, folded. 1868. £16.00

  183. Halstead PROBATE of the will of Daniel Davey of Halstead, Shoemaker. Vellum sheet with printed certificate and papered seal attached. 1855. £10.00

  184. Little Chishall ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. VII, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. The printed surface covers only a small corner of Essex, over about 3 sections of the paper. 1879. £14.00

  185. Ramsey, Harwich ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. XXI, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Slight browning of linen along one fold. Electrotype 1882. £22.00

  186. South Benfleet ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. LXXVII, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Roads and water-features coloured, a few fields around Thundersley colour-washed. Slight browning of linen along one fold, slightly affecting edges of some sections. 1876. £28.00
    Covers Bowers Gifford, Hadleigh, Smallgains Creek.


  187. Southminster, Creeksea ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. LXIII, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Roads and water-features coloured, some buildings coloured red. Slight browning of linen along one fold. 1880. £26.00

  188. Stondon Massey, Pilgrim's Hatch ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. LIX, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo paper wraps. Roads and water-features coloured, some buildings coloured red. Large area around Navestock shaded green. 1881. £28.00

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    Gloucestershire


  189. Baring Bros. (Manager) GLOUCESTERSHIRE HISTORICAL PAGEANT At Cheltenham. Book of Words. 81pp., 4to, decorative coloured wraps, slightly foxed. Loosely inserted are cuttings and actual photos. of Gloucester's 1927 pageant. 1908. £9.00

  190. Cheltenham CHELTENHAM AND DISTRICT LIGHT RAILWAY Bundle of printed and type-written documents relating to the opposition to the scheme. Includes: ORDER authorising the construction of a Light Railway from Cheltenham to Cleeve Hill, 50pp, sm. folio; ORDER authorising the construction of Light Railways at Cheltenham and Charlton Kings, 7pp, sm. folio; set of seven plans in ink, held together at corner, each size 7" x 15", showing course of railway; In the Matter of the Cheltenham and District Light Railway (Extensions), Brief to Oppose, 26pp, typewritten; bundle of signatures of local businesses etc., and covering letters from people opposed to plan; Epitome of newspaper cuttings etc. 1896-1904. £50.00

  191. Chester-Master (G) SOME GLOUCESTERSHIRE HOUSES 24 views from pen drawings, printed on heavy-weave paper, loosely inserted in printed paper boards with ties, list of houses pasted inside front board. 1916. £35.00
    Includes Syston, Hatherop, Kingsweston, Sherborne etc.


  192. Cirencester PHOTOGRAPHS 4 photographs mounted on card, two 4" x 6", showing Market Place, Cirencester, shop signs clearly legible, people in front of Wood's Tobacconists, and Entrance to Park, Cirencester, on verso are two smaller photos, one a reduced version of first photo, the other a view in Cirencester park. c1890. £12.00

  193. English Bicknor DEED to lead the Uses of fines, James McCormick, Tailor, of Oxford, and Richard Radnor of Coleford, Blacksmith, to Henry Morse. Refers to messuage and land in English Bicknor, including orchard, coppice, land called the Great and Little Levelling. Large vellum, sheet, 4 wax seals. 2 fines on small vellum sheets loosely inserted. 1804. £18.00

  194. English Bicknor LEASE FOR A YEAR of a third share in a messuage, orchard, meadow called the Levelling, six acres bordering the River Wye, etc., John Hatton, Coalminer, and Margaret his wife (one of the three heirs of Richard Tudor) to Richard Radnor of Lidbrook, Blacksmith. Vellum, 20" x 27", 2 wax seals. 1794. £18.00

    FOREST OF DEAN MINE

  195. Forest of Dean LEASE FOR A YEAR of one eighth share in that Stone Coal Work commonly known by the name or names of The Young Colliers and Starkey being in the Forest of Dean.... Philip Hatton of Ruardean, Coalminer, to George Morse of Lydbrook, Bargeowner. Vellum, size 16" x 21", small waterstain 2" along one fold. 1792. £40.00

  196. Gloucester Musical Festival 1850 A SELECTION OF SACRED MUSIC To be Introduced in the Course of Divine Service, on Tuesday Morning, September 10, 1860, at The Cathedral. The Sermon will be Preached by The Reverend Townshend Selwyn. 8pp, yellow wraps.... Together with.... Wickwar Concert April 17th, 1873, Programme. 3pp, 4to, creased, small hole at fold. 1850. £10.00

  197. Guiting Power LEASE TO VEST POSSESSION between John Kilmaster of Peglesworth, and Thomas Kilmaster, of a message at Guiting. Vellum, 13" x 19", good wax seal with (Roman?) man's head, engraved initial letter with coat of arms. Good clean condition. 1744. £20.00

  198. Hearne (T) BEVERSTONE CASTLE Copperplate engraving, by W. Byrne after drawing by T. Hearne. Engvd. surface 7" x 10", inscribed to Michael Hicks Esq. Pub. W. Byrne 1778. £38.00

  199. Iron Acton PARTICULARS WITH PLAN AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of the Freehold Property known as "Robins Wood," comprising Substantial House, Building and Pasture Land, containing a Total Area of 18a. 1r. 13p. which Ford, Howes & Williams are instructed to offer for Sale by Auction at the White Lion Hotel, Yate, Glos., On Wednesday, October 18th, 1939. Small 4to, coloured folding plan, 5pp, original wraps. 1939. £22.00

  200. Lidbrook ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the sale and purchase of a Cottage situate at Lidbrook, Thomas Morse of Hereford, Druggist, to James Young of Lidbrook, Butcher. 2p, sm. folio. 1837. £8.00

  201. Mickleton PROBATE of the Will of Emlin Holland, widow of George Holland. Large vellum sheet with small printed certificate attached, crumbly papered seal. Refers to her share in the Manor of Castlett and tenements in Fulbrook, Oxfordshire. 1767. £16.00

  202. Nailsworth Brewery Company TRUST DEED The Nailsworth Brewery Company Limited to Sir W.H. Marling, Bart., and others. Printed indenture, 28pp, 4to, printed wraps, vertical fold, front wrap brittle and split down fold, repaired with archival tape.... together with Draft Conveyance of The New Inn, Littledean, W.L. Barnard and others to The Cheltenham Original Brewery Co. Ltd., 1922, and a small bundle of related correspondence. 1896 & 1922. £40.00
    With Schedules giving particulars of Freeholds (public houses in Wootton, Dursley, Avening, Nailsworth etc, particulars of leaseholds, and First Mortgage Debenture.


  203. St. Briavels ABSTRACT of a Mortgage in Fee for 1200 of the Willesbury Estate in St. Briavels. 12pp. folio 1860. £8.00
    Details deeds etc. from 1845.


    Gloucestershire Acts

  204. Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway AN ACT to empower the Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway Company to abandon certain of their authorised railways.... 29pp. First leaf with foxing spots. 1887. £14.00

  205. Birdlip Hill and Crickley Hill AN ACT for more effectually repairing, widening, and improving the Roads from the City of Gloucester to the Top of Birdlip Hill and from the Foot of the said Hill to the Top of Crickley Hill.... 32pp. 1806. £12.00

  206. Cirencester Road AN ACT for Repairing the Roads leading from Cirencester Town's-End to Saint John's Bridge in the County of Gloucester. Black Letter. Cover leaf + 14pp. 1727. £16.00

  207. Forest of Dean Poor AN ACT to provide for the Relief of the Poor in the Forest of Dean and other Extra-parochial Places in and near the Hundred of Saint Briavel's in the County of Gloucester. 6pp. 1842. £14.00

  208. Forest of Dean Railway AN ACT for authorizing the South Wales Railway Company to deviate the Line of their Railway in the Forest of Dean.... 10pp, first page slightly creased, with a few spots. 1853. £15.00

  209. Gloucester Streets and Market Places AN ACT for taking down several Buildings, and inlarging the Streets and Market Places in the City of Gloucester. Black Letter. Cover leaf + 14pp. 1750. £16.00

  210. Great Washbourne AN ACT for rendering valid the Award of the Commissioner, and other Proceedings.... under an Act intituled An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Great Washbourne in the County of Gloucester, as to certain Lands allotted under the same to the late Henry Fowke Esquire. 8pp. 1828. £15.00

  211. Moreton Valance and Standish AN ACT for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Moreton Valence, and in the Hamlet or Tithing of Putloe in the Parish of Standish.... 18pp. 1818. £18.00

  212. Naunton AN ACT For Dividing and Inclosing the open and common Fields, Hills, Downs, Pastures and commonable Lands, within the Parish of Naunton.... 27pp. 1778. £25.00

  213. Severn Bridge AN ACT for building a Bridge over the River Severn at or near to the Mythe Hill, within the Parish and near the Town of Tewkesbury.... to the opposite Side of the said River, in the Parish of Bushley in Worcester; and for making convenient Roads and Avenues to communicate with such Bridge.... 64pp. 1823. £18.00

  214. Sharpness New Docks &c. AN ACT for conferring additional powers on the Midland Railway Company in connexion with their Undertaking and the Undertakings of the Sharpness new Docks and Gloucester and Birmingham Navigation Railway Company and the Severn Bridge Railway Company.... 58pp. 1880. £14.00

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    Hampshire and Isle of Wight


  215. Ampfield, Otterbourne ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XLIX, Scale 6" to 1 mile, made up of quarter sheets, overall size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Roads and water-features hand-coloured. c1910. £20.00
    Shows Cranbury Park, Hursley Park, Berry Down etc.


  216. Basingstoke POSTER advertising sale by Auction of Very Extensive Corn & Seed Stores, Offices, Mill & Machinery.... 15 Horse-power Horizontal Steam Engine, Boiler, Valuable Stock in Trade.... Printed in black and red, size 38" x 24", folds. 1891. £18.00
    The firm was Raynbird, Caldecott, Bawtree & Dowling Ltd.


  217. Basingstoke, Midgham, Aldermaston PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of 600 Timber Trees, Comprising 50 Felled Beech Trees, 484 Standing Oak Trees.... to be Sold by Auction.... 18th March, 1890.... 4pp., folio, folds. 1890. £20.00
    Gives situation of coppice, number of feet etc.


  218. Basingstoke, Midgham, Aldermaston, Winchfield PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of 722 Timber Trees, comprising 32 Felled Beech Trees, 649 Standing Oak Trees.... to be Sold by Auction.... 22nd March, 1893.... 4pp., folio, folds. 1893. £20.00
    The timber was on the Hackwood Estate.


  219. Beaulieu, Exbury ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet LXXXI, Scale 6" to 1 mile, overall size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Roads, sea, water-features and main buildings hand-coloured, area around Exbury colour-washed and outlined in pink. First edition 1871. £28.00

  220. Brockenhurst, Norley Wood ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet LXXX, Scale 6" to 1 mile, made up of quarter sheets, overall size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Area round Passmore Farm (including Buckland Rings) outlined in various colours, and numbered 1-10, presumably lots for auction sale. c1910. £20.00
    Shows Brockenhurst Park, Beaulieu Heath, etc.


  221. Broughton, Mottisfont ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXXIX etc., Scale 6" to 1 mile, composite map, made up of quarter sheets, overall size 36" x 36", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Various areas outlined in either red or blue and marked neatly with dates (presumably relating to sale). c1910. £28.00
    Shows West Tytherley, King's Sombourne, Houghton, etc.


  222. Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, made up of quarter sheets, overall size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Various areas outlined in red, some colour-shaded. Slightly grubby. c1910. £20.00
    Covers Rownhams, Allbrook, Bassett Wood.


  223. Gosport TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION By H. Hicks at the India Arms Inn.... Lot 1. All that Messuage or Tenement, with its Appurtenances, being No. 10, situate on the East Side of King Street, in Gosport.... The Premises are Freehold and respectably tenanted. Handbill, size 17" x 11", listing 8 Lots, with occupiers. Prices realised and name of purchaser entered in manuscript. Traces of folds. Johnson, Printer, Gosport, 1808. £50.00
    Includes houses in King Street, Sea Horse Street.


  224. Hurn, near Christchurch FOR SALE BY AUCTION by Mr. Cranston, Sen., At the King's Arms Hotel, In Christchurch.... A Freehold Messuage, Blacksmith's Shop, Sundry Out-buildings, and several small Inclosures of meadow.... Handbill, size 11" x 9", attractively printed on pale green paper. Attached to the corner on verso with spot of glue are 4p. manuscript conditions of sale. 1828. £32.00

  225. Mottisfont, Broxmore ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet No. XLVIII/LXXIII, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into slightly chipped 8vo paper wraps. Roads railways and water-features coloured, some buildings coloured red. One arearound Lower Eldon Farm colour-washed. 1878. £30.00
    Covers Sherfield English, Timsbury, Mottisfont Abbey.


  226. Racing MADDINGTON RACES, 1805 Stockbridge Course. Col. Kingscote, Steward. 4to sheet printed on both sides with details of subscribers, stakes etc., third day to be arranged. Lists Members (headed by Prince of Wales) for November, 1804. H. Reynell, Picadilly, Pr. 1805. £40.00
    'The rules of this club are similar to those of Bibury'.


  227. Ringwood ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet LXX etc., Scale 6" to 1 mile, made up of quarter sheets, overall size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Two small areas outlined in colour. Some slight discoloration of linen at one fold. c1910. £20.00
    Shows Somerley Park, Brockford Common, etc.


  228. Southampton ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet LXV, Scale 6" to 1 mile, made up of quarter sheets, overall size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth wraps. Area round Infirmary and Weston Park outlined in colour, with some neat notes re. sale in 1909. c1911. £24.00
    Covers area from Redbridge to Bitterne.


  229. Stanford's Series of Popular Maps MAP OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT, Shewing the Various Roads and list of The Most Remarkable Places of Interest. Folding hand coloured engraved map, scale 5 miles to 4", small split at one fold, folding to 8vo into original decorative printed card covers. c1870. £20.00

    Hampshire Acts

  230. Bier AN ACT to enable the Lord Bishop of Winchester to grant Leases of Lands..... for disafforesting the Forest of South, otherwise East Bere.... and for inclosing the open Commonable Lands.... 4pp. 1815. £10.00

  231. Crookham and Ewshott AN ACT for improving Lands within the several Tithings of Crookham and Ewshott in the Parish of Crondall.... 34pp. 1829. £18.00

  232. Husborne Tarrant AN ACT for carrying into Execution an Agreement entered into by Sir James Wright Baronet, for Sale of the Manor of Husborne Tarrant, and several Woodlands and Hereditaments in the County of Southampton, to Joseph Portal Esquire.... 48pp., including 2p. Schedule. 1778. £22.00

  233. Saint Lawrence Wooton AN ACT for inclosing certain Commonable and Waste Lands in the Parish of St. Lawrence Wootton.... 28pp. 1829. £17.00

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    Herefordshire


  234. Bromyard AUCTION POSTER. Important Leashold Property Near Bromyard, To Be Sold by Auction, by Mr S. Broad, At the Falcon Inn, in the Town of Bromyard, On Tuesday, the 25th day of July, 1865.... Size approx. 22" x 17", printed on one side only, folded, some light off-setting. Printed by F. & A. Merrick's General Printing Office, 14, High Street, Hereford. 1865. £16.00
    Lists 8 lots with details of the land concerned.


  235. Lugwardine AUCTION POSTER. To be Sold by Auction by Mr. O. Shellard On Thursday, the 25th day of June, 1896.... at the Herefordshire Law Society's Room, East St, Hereford.... Freehold and Copyhold Property.... Size approx. 33" x 22", printed on one side only, folded, short split at one fold. 1896. £18.00
    Lists 7 lots with details of property, including 'Jessamine House'.


  236. Volunteer Inn, Marden AUCTION POSTER. Mr O. Shellard is instructed to Sell by Auction at the Black Swan Hotel, in the City of Hereford, On Wednesday, 20th of April, 1881.... In one Lot, All that long-established and well known Inn, called "The Volunteer".... Size approx. 22 " x 17", printed on one side only. 1881. £17.00

  237. Wessington Court Estate AUCTION POSTER. Woolhope and Sollershope, Herefordshire. Annual Coppice Sale.... At the Crown Inn, Woolhope, on Thursday, December 9th, 1869.... Size approx. 20" x 15", printed on one side only, folded. 1869. £18.00

  238. Woolhope AUCTION SALE. Sale of Coppice on Lady Littleton's Estate, To Be Sold by Auction, by Mr R.Q. Gange at the Crown Inn, Woolhope, on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 1873.... Size approx. 17" x 11", printed on one side only, folded. 1873. £16.00

  239. Woolhope AUCTION SALE. To Be Sold by Auction, by Mr R.Q. Gange At the Crown Inn, Woolhope, on Tuesday, December 22, 1874.... The Fallage of 10 Acres of Coppice Wood.... Size approx. 20" x 15", printed on one side only, folded. 1874. £15.00

    For a further selection of Herefordshire Books see Herefordshire - Addenda


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    Hertfordshire


  240. Amwell PARTICULARS of a Very Valuable Freehold Property.... 'Amwell House', A Spacious Residence.... Beautiful Pleasure Grounds, and Rich Park-Like Meadow Land.... Which Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Norton, Hoggart & Trist at The Mart, opposite the Bank of England on Friday June the 17th, 1864. Folio, 6pp, plus folding map. Second Edition, including Memorandum and Conditions of Sale. 1864, £18.00

  241. Hitchin PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of the Following Copyhold Estates, which will be sold by Auction, by John Stevens, on Tuesday the 8th of August, 1786.... in Four Lots. Single leaf, printed on one side only, size 13" x 8", traces of folds. Memorandum for sale of Lot 4 completed in MS on verso. 1786. £75.00
    Sale included 'A Genteel Brick and Sash'd Dwelling House.... a large Shop in Front... a Yard neatly Paved, two small Gardens, a large Brew-house.... situated in Bancroft Street' and seven messuages in Lyles Row. Gives names of occupiers and rent.


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    Huntingdon


  242. Godmanchester TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION by Messrs. Jenkinson and Lovell.... 5th day of October, 1802.... A Very Desirable Farm, comprising Seventy Three Acres and Half a Rood of Arable Land, Leys and Meadow.... Handbill, size 11" x 9", traces of folds, 'Three' has been altered to 'Two' in ink. Jenkinson, Huntingdon, Printers, 1802. £25.00

  243. Ramsey PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Freehold Estate at Ramsey, to be sold by Auction, In One Lot, by Amos Morris.... Ramsey, June 19th, 1861. 3pp., folio, paper slightly discoloured along fold, repaired split along one fold in 'Conditions of Sale'. 1861. £16.00
    Refers to the 'White Horse' public house with Brewhouse, etc., in High St.


  244. Warboys TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION By Mr. Lovell, On Monday the 3d Day of June, 1805, At the Crown Inn, in St. Ives.... The Following Estates.... Lists 20 Lots, with acreage and Occupiers. Single folio sheet, 3 folds, slightly creased at edges, manuscript notes in margins as to tenure etc., a few lots have been crossed through. 1805. £26.00
    Includes a farm at Woodhurst, a Dwelling House, 'with the Wind Mill, running Gears and Appurtenances thereto belonging' at Fenton, and lands at Bury, Ramsey, St. Ives.


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    Kent


  245. Alkham DESIRABLE FREEHOLD & COPYHOLD ESTATES Which will be Sold By Auction, By Messrs. Coleman & Elwin, the 12th day of July, 1847, At The Flying Horse Inn, In Dover, In Ten Lots. Particulars and Conditions of Sale, 3pp., folio, plus docket title on last page. First page attractively and clearly printed in a variety of type-faces. 1847. £32.00
    Lists 10 Lots, including the tenement Wolverton Court, messuage called Man Galler, cottage at Chalksole Green in the manor of Halton.


  246. Blean, Fordwich, Kent ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXXV. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Some hand-shading of boundaries. Waterstaining down left-hand margin. First edition 1875, O.S. embossed stamp 1876. £28.00

  247. Bredhurst, Borden, Kent ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXXII. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Some hand-shading of boundaries. First edition 1870, O.S. embossed stamp 1878. £30.00

  248. Broadstairs ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. XXVI, scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 17" plus margins. Roads and water features hand-coloured, a few plots near coast colour-washed. Linen-backed, folding into 8vo wraps. 1876. £15.00
    Covers Palm Bay, Dumpton Park, St. Peter's.


  249. Canterbury ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XLVI. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Some hand-shading of boundaries, certain areas in the city outlined in colour. Minor wterstain down left-hand margin. First edition 1875. £32.00

  250. Colbran's VISITORS' MAP OF TUNBRIDGE WELLS Shewing the Walks and Drives Within the Immediate Neighbourhood. ithographed plan size 20" x 23", roads, water-features and woodland hand-coloured. Folding into sm. 8vo boards with printed label, cloth boards spotty. c1850 £30.00
    Drawn by Joseph Lower, Tunbridge.


  251. Eynsford, Crockenhill ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XVII. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Some hand-shading of boundaries. Area of one field neatly cut out at top left hand edge, some foxing. First edition 1870. £22.00

  252. Headcorn, Smarden ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. LXIII, scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Roads and water features hand-coloured, area round Frittenden House and Bettenham colour-washed. Linen-backed, folding into 8vo wraps, linen darkened at horizontal folds. First edition 1876. £24.00

  253. Hothfield, Bethersden ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. LXIV, scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Roads and water features hand-coloured, area south of Pluckley Thorne outlined and some fields shaded and numbered, probably marked out for estate sale. Linen-backed, folding into 8vo wraps, linen slightly darkened at horizontal folds. First edition 1876. £24.00

  254. Sittingbourne, Teynham ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXXIII. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Neatly repaired 8" tear from top edge. First edition 1872, O.S. embossed stamp 1878. £30.00

  255. Sutton Valence, Grafty Green ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet LIII. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Some hand-shading of boundaries, two minor repaired edge tears. First edition 1875. £30.00

  256. Tonbridge ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Parts of Sheets L & LI, scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Area of 'Redlands' estate north of Tonbridge colour-shaded. Linen-backed, folding into 8vo wraps. c1909. £18.00
    Made up of quarter sheets, the S.W. section being of a slightly later date.


  257. Walker (J) & (C) KENT Folding hand-coloured map, showing Parliamentary Boundaries, dissected and mounted on linen, size 12" x 15", plus margins, marbled paper wraps. 1842. £20.00

    Kent Acts

  258. Bexley AN ACT for vesting a Rent Charge in Fee Simple, in Trustees, for the Benefit of certain poor Familys, described in the Will of John Styleman, deceased.... 11pp. Browned with damp down right margins. 1761. £16.00

  259. Canterbury AN ACT for enlarging the Term and Powers granted by an Act intituled, An Act for repairing and widening the Road leading from St. Dunstan's Cross.... to the Waterside at Whitstable.... 8pp, black letter, cover leaf. 1754. £13.00

  260. Dover AN ACT for enlarging the Terms and Powers granted and continued by several Acts of Parliament, for repairing the Harbour of Dover.... 4pp., plus cover leaf, black letter. 1758. £16.00

  261. Dover AN ACT for enlarging the Terms and Powers granted and continued by several Acts of Parliament, for repairing the Harbour of Dover.... 4pp., black letter, plus cover leaf. 1758. £10.00

  262. Kent AN ACT for Vesting certain Messuages, Lands, and Herditaments, in the County of Kent (Part of the Estates devised by the Will of John Thoyts, deceased) in Trustees, to be sold and conveyed to Sir Sampson Gideon.... 10pp. 1778. £18.00

  263. Kent AN ACT for regulating, well ordering, governing and improving the Oyster Fishery in the River Medway.... 12pp. plus cover leaf. 1729. £14.00

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    Lancashire


  264. Bacon MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF LIVERPOOL coloured map size 12" x 17", central fold, printed in 4 colours, scale 1" to a mile. c1890. £7.00

  265. Black Brook and Gladehill Collieries, Parr AUCTION POSTER. To be Sold by Auction, at the house of William Garft, known by the sign of the Sportsman's Inn, in Northwich, in the County of Chester, On Friday, the 29th Day of December.... 4 Thirtieth Parts or Shares of and in certain COAL MINES, And the Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate in Parr, in the County of Lancaster, called the Black Brook and Gladehill Collieries.... Size approx. 13" x 8", attractively printed on one side only. Carnes, Printer, Northwich. 1820. £36.00

  266. Burnley, Clitheroe & Sabden Railway Co. PROSPECTUS 3pp., sm. folio, with lithographed plan printed in red and black loosely inserted. 1886. £55.00
    'One result of this great shortening of distance will be to establish a new main route between the important manufacturing town of Burnley and its rich surrounding coalfield....'


  267. Clitheroe Junction Railway CAPITAL 150,000 IN 6,000 SHARES of 25 each. Prospectus setting out advantages of proposed Railway, and listing Provisional Committee, with small form for share application at foot of page. 2pp., folio, blank adjoining leaf. 1845. £50.00
    'This Railway is projected for the purpose of connecting the Borough of Clitheroe, and the surrounding district, containing a population of 25,000 inhabitants, taking the Unionof Clitheroe alone, with the great system of Railways completed and projected in Lancashire....'


  268. Eccles DISPUTE OVER SCHOOLMASTER Document signed by John Crookhall, Vicar, and 29 rate-payers, addressed to the Lord Bishop of Chester, nominating Richard Guest of Hinley 'to teach Children Grammar, Writing, & Arithmetic.... in the Parish School of Eccles'. 2p folio, in a clear hand, folds, a few minor edge tears.... together with.... declaration signed by vicar and churchwardens that Guest was nominated, 1p, 4to..... together with.... Character reference, 1p, sm. folio, for Richard Guest signed by Trustee, Constable, and others.... together with.... Allegation with Exhibits.... to show why William Bennett ought not to be licensed as Schoolmaster. 3pp, folio, dusty. 1781-3. £50.00

  269. Philips' CYCLISTS' MAP OF THE COUNTY OF LANCASHIRE Shewing the Main Roads Distinctly Coloured. Size 17" x 13", folding in 12mo cloth boards with printed label, list of hotels, key etc. on endpapers, cloth worn and grubby, a few marginal tears in map repaired on verso. n.d. c1900. £8.00

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    Lincolnshire


  270. East Ville PARTICULARS AND PLAN OF A VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, Containing 269a. 2r. 7p. situate at East Fen, in the Parish of East Ville.... in the occupation of John Bond, Esq., which will be Sold by Auction by James Windram, at the White Hart Hotel, in Spilsbury.... on 27th day of October, 1858.... Folio, plan, 3pp, docket title, folded, few contemporary pencil notes in pencil to plan. 1858. £20.00

  271. Gedney and Sutton Mary PARTICULARS OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND COPYHOLD ESTATES.... belonging to the Trustees of the Will of Jonathan Hutchinson, Esq., of Selby, comprising a Substantial and Commodious Residence With Ornamental Grounds and Gardens.... Which will be Offered for Sale by Auction by Messrs. Kingston and Pratt, At the "Bull Hotel," Long Sutton, on Friday, the 14th February, 1873.... Folio, folding plan loosley inserted, 7pp, docket title, folded, few contemporary pencil notes in pencil to margins. 1873. £20.00

  272. River Ancholme IN PURSUANCE OF AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT.... INTITULED "AN ACT FOR ALTERING AND ENLARGING THE POWERS OF AN ACT.... INTITULED 'AN ACT FOR THE MORE EFFECTUAL DRAINING THE LANDS LYING IN THE LEVEL OF ANCHOLME, in the County of Lincoln, and making the River Ancholme Navigable from the River Humber, at or near a Place called Ferraby Sluice, in the County of Lincoln, to the Town of Glamford Brigggs, and for continuing the said Navigation up or near to the said River, from thence to Bishop Briggs, in the County of Lincoln." 3pp, folio, signs where once folded. Ball, Printer, Brigg, 1805. £65.00
    Includes a 1 page Schedule of the Towns, area of land, and Proportion of Assessment.


  273. Saving Bank A TIMELY WORD To the Poor and Middling Inhabitants of Lincoln, on the Advantages of a Provident or Saving Bank. Pamphlet, 6pp, 12mo, including table of Compound Interest. Printed by Drury and Sons, Lincoln, c1820? £30.00
    'Provident, or Saving Banks, have been tried with good success in two or three different places for some years past.... many are now in the act of being set up in all parts of the kingdom....'


  274. Tydd Saint Mary PARTICULARS, PLAN, AND CONDITIONS OF SALE, OF A VERY VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM.... Comprising a house, Barn and Buildings and 119a. 1r. 26p.... Which will offered for Sale by Public Auction.... at the "Hare and Hounds" Inn, Wisbech.... on Thursday, the 28th of January, 1869.... Folio, coloured plan, 6pp, docket title, folded, few contemporary pencil notes in pencil to one page, short split to one fold adjacent to docket title, docket title dusty. 1869. £22.00

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    London


  275. City of London THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE KING'S COMMISIONS OF THE PEACE and Oyer and Terminer, Held for the City of London and County of Middlesex at Justice Hall in the Old-Bailey, on 23d, 24th, and 25th February in the 16th Year of His Majesty's Reign.... Number III. Part II. 20pp. including title page, 4to, sewn at margin. Reports in detail trials for theft of an East India Bond, robbery of a surgeon with assault, a fatal wounding with a sword, and various minor thefts of shirts, cheese, a flat iron etc. Printed and sold by M. Cooper.... 1743. £25.00
    Sentences are listed at the end, including 5 of Death, 22 of Transportation


  276. Hickin (John) TO THE WORTHY INHABITANTS of the Parish of St. Dunstan in The West. Handbill, 4to, printed on one side only, thanking parishioners for their support in the poll and soliciting further votes the next day. With results of the Poll 'at the Close of this Day'. Hen & Chicken Court, Fleet St., Wednesday Evening, 18th July, 1810. £25.00

    LARGE SCALE ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS

  277. Highbury, Islington, Holloway FOUR ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS Sheet nos. VII 4, VII.5., III 9.4, III 9.5 Engraved maps, scale 5 feet to 1 statute mile or 88 feet to 1 inch. Size 24" x 25", plus margins, central fold. 1874. £75.00
    Covers Caledonian Asylym, Holloway Road; Highbury Crescent, Aberdeen Mews, Highbury & Islington Station; Lorraine Place, Queen's Square, Holloway Station; St. John's Hall, St. Saviour's Church.


  278. London INSURANCE CERTIFICATE of Royal Exchange Assurance. Large folio sheet, vignette of sailor by burning ship etc. Insures house and workshop at 176 Bishopsgate Street Without, tenant Bailey, a Coachmaker having about one bench but no pipe stove therein. 1846. £6.00

  279. Philip & Son Ltd. THE PORT OF LONDON Map printed in two colours, scale 4" to 1 mile, size 17" x 28", plus margins, with inset of Tilbury Docks, List of the Docks, inset smaller scale map showing river between London Bridge. Mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth boards, two 3" splits in linen at folds. c1890. £26.00

  280. Philips' NEW LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON and Environs. Colour-printed map with decorative border, size 42" x 56", dissected on linen and folding into 4to cloth boards, mounted so that map can be opened from both sides. With index booklet in pocket. One or two sections on edge of map slightly darkened, front board faded. c1910. £35.00

  281. Seale (R.W) MAP OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX Engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, overall size 20" x 29", dissected and mounted on linen, folding into marbled paper slipcase, worn. With title cartouche with dedication to the Duke of Newcastle, with 92 coats of arms of the Free Companies of London, down the sides. Foxing throughout. A cheap copy. c1760. £130.00

  282. St. George's, Hanover Square EASTER-OFFERINGS Being appointed by the Reverend Dr. Courtenay, Rector of this Parish, to collect his Easter-Offerings, make humble Application to you for the same.... Printed notice, with small receipt form completed in MS, showing Lady Tynte had given one guinea. Signed by Collector. 1789. Together with small printed receipt for rate for repairing King's-Scholars-Pond Sewer, 1790, with explanation about the broken Sewers on verso, and three other rate receipts for the parish. 1789-1831. £18.00

  283. Wyld (J), Pub. & Engr. THE POST OFFICE PLAN OF LONDON Plan, coloured in outline, postal district letters in red, railways in purple. Size 15" X 32", scale dissected and mounted on linen, folding into sm. 8vo cloth boards, with Wyld label, 1" split at spine. c1880. £55.00
    Covers Victoria Dock Road in East, Kensington Gardens in West.


    London Acts

  284. Westminster AN ACT for discharging certain Leasehold Houses and Tenements comprised in the Marriage Settlement of Humfreys Ram, Esquire, from the Trusts of that Settlement; and for settling Freehold Houses of greater Value, in Lieu thereof. 7pp. folio, disbound, decorative headpiece and initial letter. 1761. £17.00
    Refers to tenements in King Street, Westminster, Old Boswell Court, St. Clement Danes.


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    Monmouthshire


  285. Monmouth ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet 233. Folding into white cloth wraps with coat of arms. 1906. £7.00

  286. Newport, Monmouth ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 1" to 1 mile, size 13" x 19", Sheet 249. Borders, a few minor spots. 3rd Ed. 1900. £10.00
    Covers Caerphilly, Pontypool, Newport.


  287. Taylor (Robt.), Chepstow, Pub. CHEPSTOW CASTLE, MONMOUTHSHIRE Tinted lithograph, drawn on stone by W. Walton. On thick paper, size 8" x 11", plus margins. Shows castle with woods behind, looking up to the main entrance, with low wall in foreground with seated figures, and woman driving cattle towards a cottage with smoking chimney. Overall light foxing, mainly affecting margins and sky area. Feint crease approx. 1" in bottom margin. Dangerfield, Lithographers. c1840. £65.00

    Monmouthshire Acts

  288. Cwmyoy & Llanthony AN ACT for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Cwmyoy and Chapelry of Llanthony, in the County of Monmouth. 18pp., slight browning at edge of pages. 1813. £15.00
    The Lord of the Manor was Walter Savage Landor.


  289. Monmouthshire Railway AN ACT for enabling the Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Company to raise further Capital.... 6pp. 1855. £12.00

  290. Trewin, Lanvraca, Lantarnam AN ACT for effectuating a Partition.... of certain estates situate in the County of Monmouth, devised by the Wills of John Blewitt and Frances Fettiplace. 42pp., including 24p of Schedules. First page dusty. 1810. £18.00

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    Northumberland


  291. Berwick RICHARD, OH, MON HODGE! Election broadside, size 15" x 10", attacking Richard Hodgson in four verses , referring to him as a 'dirty bairn.... you make Munchausen gairn' etc. Printed in large bold type. c1861. £24.00
    The poem is prefaced by a quote from the Chairman of the Berwick Election Enquiry.


  292. Berwick THE DEVIL & DIRTY DICK Satirical election broadside, 1p, size 13" x 10", traces of folds, with title in large letters and attractive woodcut of the devil and a weary traveller. Poem in the form of a conversation between the Devil and his wife, attacking Richard Hodgson, mentioning Berwick and 'Billy McGall'. 1861. £25.00
    Hodgson was the Conservative candidate in 1861.


  293. Berwick THE QUAKER'S LAMENT Song, by a Member of the Society of Friends, under dismal circumstances, on the 19th day of April 1861. Political broadside about the Whig candidate Otway, in the form of a poem of six stanzas. Size 18" x 11", traces of folds, some minor off-setting, 1" split at fold, repaired on verso. 1861. £25.00

    Northumberland Acts

  294. Berwick AN ACT for rebuilding the Pier, and for improving the Harbour of Berwick upon Tweed. 39pp. 1808. £12.00

  295. Hexham AN ACT for dividing and Inclosing a certain Common, Moor..... within the Regality or Manor of Hexham.... 43pp. Repaired tear in first leaf, some slight foxing. 1778. £18.00

  296. Kirknewton AN ACT for Dividing and Inclosing a Common or Moor called Howtell Common, alias Housedon, in the Parish of Kirknewton. 25pp, some light staining to a few inner margins, stapled. 1777. £20.00

  297. Langley AN ACT for dividing and inclosing a Common, Moor.... called Fourstones Common, with the Barony or Manor of Langley, and in the Parish of Warden.... 24pp. 1778. £20.00

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    Oxfordshire


  298. Bampton PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF TWO VALUABLE INCLOSURES..... Containing 17a. 2r. 8p.... Situate in the Parish of Bampton, To be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Jonas Paxton & Geo. Castle, At the Fleece Inn, Witney, On Thursday, the 2nd of August, 1866.... Folio, 4pp, completed manuscript Memorandum, folded. 1866. £12.00

  299. Sandford and Noke Estates PARTICULARS AND PLANS OF IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATES.... Comprising the Sandford and Noke Estates.... At the Star Hotel Oxford. On Tuesday the 10th day of July, 1849.... Folio, with 2 large folding coloured plans, 6pp, docket title, folded, couple of short splits to folds, last outer leaf slightly dusty. Vincent, Printer, Oxford: 1849. £28.00

  300. Southleigh Estate PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF THE IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY KNOWN AS "THE SOUTHLEIGH ESTATE,"..... and 86a. 1r. 3p. In the adjoining Parish of Stanton Harcourt.... Which will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Jonas Paxton and Geo. Castle, at the "Clarendon Hotel" Oxford, On Wednesday, the 9th of June, 1875. Folio, large coloured folding plan, 12pp, docket title, folded, few dust marks. 1875. £26.00

  301. Sutton, Stanton Harcourt, & Northmoor PARTICULARS, PLANS, AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY Consisting of Residence, Farm Homestead, 4 Cottages, and 24 Acres of Land; A Farm House with Buildings.... Which John Habgood and Son Have received instructions.... To Sell by Auction at the "Golden Cross" Hotel, Oxford, On Wednesday, June 24, 1891. Folio, with 2 large coloured folding maps, 5pp, docket title, folded, with 4" tear to last leaf. J. Knight, Steam Printer, Witney, Oxon. (1891) £28.00

  302. Tetsworth AUCTION POSTER. Valuable Freehold Property, At Little Milton, near Tetsworth, Oxon. To Be Sold by Auction, by Mr R. Howarth, On Wednesday, the 9th day of December, 1835, At the Lamb Inn, in Little Milton.... Four Freehold Cottages.... Size approx. 22" x 17", attractively printed with varied type-faces, few short tears to margins, folded. Ham, Printer, Oxford (1835) £22.00

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    Somerset


  303. Ashton ASHTON PRIORY, NEAR BRISTOL Pencil drawing so titled, on 'Bristol' paper, size 10" x 13". A fine detailed drawing in soft pencil showing figures on a lane outside a large house with walled garden, tall tree in foreground framing view, larger building just seen through trees behind house. Signed 'MS' March 23, 1826. £50.00
    Shows in detail the architecture of the house, with 'Gothic' windows, porch, decorative details on roof etc.


  304. Avoncliffe PENCIL DRAWING of the aqueduct over the river, a close-up view showing all the detail of the stonework, man sitting in a boat fishing in foreground, hill rising up to the right, trees and vegetation framing view. On thick 'Bristol' paper, size 13" x 16", the drawing covering nearly all of the surface. Signed 'MB May 1826'. £95.00

  305. Babcary and West Camel PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF A VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE.... Comprising a Comfortable Farm House, requisite Farm Buildings, Two Labourers' Cottages, and several Closes of excellent Pasture.... situate at Babcary, and an Orchard at Steart Hill in the Parish of West Camel, which will be offered for Sale by Auction.... 8th day of June, 1879. Folio, large coloured folding plan, 6pp, folded, spine partly split and few short tears where folded. 1878. £26.00

  306. Banwell RECEIPTS relating to Tanner and Norton families, including account of Thomas Tanner, Winthill in account with John Tanner of Portishead (sale of estate at Banwell etc), 1811, account for Edwin Norton's schooling, statement of Thomas Tanner's income from Loxton, and Shiplett Estates, etc. 11 items, small manuscript pieces. 1811-50. £16.00

  307. Bath ASSIGNMENT of a dwelling house no. 9 Widcombe Crescent near the City of Bath, Miss Tickell and Theodore Tickell to George Clough. 3 large vellum sheets, wax seals, including Schedule of deeds from 1730 onwards. 1824. £14.00

  308. Bath Auction AUCTION POSTER. Desirable Residence, and Valuable Ground Rents in the City of Bath. To Be Sold by Auction by Mr Alexander, on Thursday, the 22nd May.... at the White Lion Hotel, Market Place, Bath.... Size approx. 30" x 20", folded, few short tears. J. Whereat, Machine Printer, Gazette Office, Weston-super-Mare. 1856. £18.00
    The properties were on Walcot, Hanover Place, and Hanover Street.


  309. Bath Auction PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF 13, JOHNSTONE STREET BATH, To be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Hawkins & Son, At the Porter Butt Hotel, Bath, On Monday, April 2nd, 1883. Folio, 4pp, folded, few ink splashes and numbers. 1883. £10.00

  310. Bath Auction PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY SITUATE IN BATH, Which will be Sold by Auction, by Mr Henry Eve, at his Sale Rooms, No 2, Broad Street, Bath, On Monday, April the 3rd, 1876. Folio, 4pp, folded, lower leaf partly dusty. 1876. £14.00
    Concerns property in Kensington Place, New King St, and Norfolk Mews.


  311. Bath CATALOGUE of the Remaining Portion of the Household Furniture and Effects.... 5, Duke Street Bath.... Auction catalogue for sale of Nov. 11th & 12th, 1891. 20pp., sm. 4to. 1891. £8.00
    Includes paintings by Barker, Morland, Breughel etc.


  312. Bath Journal & General Advertiser POISONING CASE IN LOWER BRISTOL ROAD, BATH Report on court proceedings over one complete page (7 columns) of large broadsheet newspaper. Single page only, railway news, etc on verso, no page numbers, presumably loose sheet from copy of paper. April 1849. £6.00

  313. Bath Theatre Royal PLAYBILL for Mr. Dowland's Benefit. This present Saturday, April 27th 1811 will be Presented The Favorite Play of Adrian & Orrila.... Mr Mallinson will sing the favorite Comic Song of 'Me and My Neddy', Riding on an Ass....' Size 13" x 7", slight traces of folds. On verso is a note to a 'Miss Jane' with two extracts 'copied from the Bath Paper', one Mr. Dowland's thanks to the public for his benefit, and the other his obituary. The note says 'Mrs Purvis stood Godmother to Dowland's last child, so I hope she will be good to it....' ....together with.... PROMPT BOOK for 'Presumptive Evidence', 12mo, wraps, with printed label with decorative border of 'Theatre-Royal Bath & Bristol, Lessee Mrs Macready.... Prompt Book' and name of play in MS. Lacks the portrait, generally worn, some ms notes 'Music' etc. 1811 and 1826. £50.00

  314. Bath THREE DECORATIVE BILLHEADS with bills, for Turvey & Sons, Monumentalists; Edward S. Rogers, Mason & Builder, Cemetery Memorial Works, Widcombe (for Pennant headstone with border); Henry Allen & Sons, Auctioneers & House Furnishers. 1888-1900. £10.00

  315. Bishops Hull and Wilton PLAN, PARTICULARS, AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of about 90 Acres of most Fertile and Valuable Farm and Accommodation Lands situate in the above Parishes, including a small estate.... known as "Ritherdens,".... To be Sold in Lots, by Auction, by Messrs Maynard at the Castle Hotel, Taunton, on Monday, the 8th day of August, 1887. Folio, 4pp, lacks plan, few short tears where folded, parly split along one fold. 1887. £10.00

  316. Blackmore Farm, Crewkerne HANDBILL. To be Let By Survey. At the George Inn, in Crewkerne.... 7th Day of January next... All that Messuage or Dwelling-House.... 158 Acres of Arable, Meadow Pasture and Coppice Ground.... called Blackmore Farm.... The Present Tenant, Mr John Slade.... will shew the Premises.... Size approx. 8" x 10". Jolliffe, Pr. Crewkerne, 13th Dec. 1822. £14.00

  317. Bragg, Taunton, Pr. TAUNTON COURIER and Western Advertiser. Wednesday, January 17, 1866. Broadsheet newspaper, 8pp. 1866. £14.00
    Front page has numerous notices for auction sales, including Timber Sale at Staplefitzpaine, Houses at Taunton, Cothelstone Coursing Meeting, Ball at Taunton Assembly Rooms etc. Much local news inside.


  318. Bukland Dinham and Elm PARTICULARS OF THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES COMPRISING THE MANOR OF ELM, and sundry Farms, Dwelling-Houses, Lands, Cottages, Orchards, and Gardens, in the adjoining Parishes of Buckland Dinham and Elm, Containing upwards of 1100 Acres.... Which will be Sold by Auction.... the Ninth day of September next. Folio, hand-coloured folding plan, 15pp, folded, outer leaf split at fold, few corners curled. W.C. and J. Penny printers, Frome: 1859. £35.00
    Includes schedules with occupiers.

    MANUSCRIPTS

  319. Chadwyck Healey (Charles E.H) MS. SOMERSETSHIRE PLEAS from the Rolls of the Itinerant Justices. Close of 12th Century - 41 Henry III. Three folio volumes, 206, 349 and 241 leaves written on one side only, with several amendments and marginal notes, approx. 100 leaves in the first volume are on smaller 4to sheets. Titled on spines as above, with Chadwyck Healey's initials to base of spine, full contemporary green morocco, raised bands, spines slightly darkened, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. c1890. £580.00
    Three superbly bound volumes.
    These manuscripts were published by the Somerset Record Society in 1897.
    With the engraved armorial bookplates of Oliver Noel Chadwyck Healey to front pastedowns.


  320. Charlcombe PENCIL DRAWING titled 'Charlcombe, near Bath', showing the church with good architectural detail, surrounded by a low wall, railings at one end, cottages behind, some more houses on the hill in the distance. On thick 'Bristol' paper, size 10" x 16". Signed 'MS' Oct. 31st. 1826. £60.00

  321. Chew Magna A PARTICULAR OF THE CHEW ESTATE the property of Richard Mullins. The Manor of Chew Baber. 3p, in manuscript. Lists Chew Court, orchards, thirteen plots of land with acreage, and various other houses with notes on leases, lives, seats in church, etc. Some wear at folds, without loss. 7th April, 1814. £18.00

  322. Cruttwell Pr. THE BATH CHRONICLE March 24, 1785. 4pp. Some traces of sewing down left hand edge, minor water-stain on part of title. 1785. £18.00
    Contains notices of Rules of Association formed at Marlborough to prevent robberies, auction and letting of houses at Bathford, Batheaston, people arrived in Bath, Cotillon Balls etc.


  323. Cruttwell Pr. THE BATH CHRONICLE Thursday September 29, 1785. 4pp, red tax stamp. Traces of sewing down left-hand edge, bottom margin clipped with loss of last line. 1785. £10.00

  324. Dare and Frampton, Pr. THE WESTON MERCURY & SOMERSETSHIRE HERALD Weston-super-Mare, Saturday, January 7, 1893. Broadsheet newspaper, 8pp., folded in four, some wear at folds, affecting some words on first page. 1893. £10.00
    Includes full-page report on the meeting supporting the Regent Street Pier Scheme.


  325. Dolby Drawn by WELLS CATHEDRAL, SOUTH WEST VIEW. Tinted lithograph, size approx. 8" x 10", plus margins, some spotting mainly to margins. Published by G. Backhouse, Wells: c184-. £60.00
    Shows some people in the fore-ground.


  326. Dolby (E.T), del. et lith. WELLS CATHEDRAL North West View. Tinted lithograph on thick paper, with good view of carvings on front, groups of people on the green etc. Size 9" x 11", plus margins. Crease at one corner of margin, a few very small foxing spots in margins. Day & Son, Lithrs., c1840. £40.00

  327. Druggist's BILL of Sir Charles K. Tynte, to H. Lasher, for a large quantity of oils, ointments etc, 20th July 1749 - 28th February 1751. 10p in the same hand, size 16" x 7", sewn at edge. 1749-1751. £35.00
    Includes saffron, sweet almond, flower of brimstone, gum arabic, stomachick pills, anchovies, horse balls, various journeys 'being sent for'.


  328. Dulverton A SURVEY AND VALUATION OF THAT PART OF THE MANOR OF DULVERTON Lying on the North East Side of the River Barle, 1818. Manuscript survey book, size 14" x 9", plain wraps, 43 double-page spreads with columns for No. on Survey, No. on Plan, Premises (with name of occuper followed by names of fields, property etc.), Quality, Quantity, Annual Value, Quit Rent, Heriot, Lives, Ages, Value of Reversion in Fee. Very clearly written throughout. 1813. £120.00

  329. Dulverton AUCTION POSTER. To be sold by Auction by Mr Carter, On Monday, the Twenty-ninth day of March.... at the Red Lion, In Dulverton, Somerset.... Hereditaments Premises called Town Marsh.... Size approx. 22" x 18", some wear and 4" split where once folded. Parkhouse, Printer, Dulverton. 1847. £18.00
    Gives details of the land concerned with names of owners and/or tenants.


  330. Enmore, Spaxton, Over Stowey PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of The Enmore Estate in the County of Somerset, The Property of the Rt. Hon. John Earl of Egmont, Which will be sold.... in 105 Lots at the Royal Clarence Hotel, Bridgewater, Tuesday 23rd October, 1833 and following days. Folio, full calf boards, gilt titled on spine, slightly rubbed at corners, 51pp, plus 22 pages of lithographed plans, illustrating almost all of the lots individually. Numerous schedules giving field names etc., type of cultivation, measure, with name of occupier of each lot and details of lease, 'lives', rents etc. 1833. £140.00
    Includes Castle, Woodlands, Plantation at Enmore, Castle Inn, Smokeham, Crossmore Meads, Gatesmoor, Pepperhill Farms, Fryern Cottages, Kebby Mills, and numerous other farms and cottages.


  331. Goathurst LEASE of tenement and land in Goathurst, George Poulett to Edward Lockyer of Broomfield. Vellum, 14" x 27", lacks the small wax seal from tag. 1631. £32.00

  332. Hinton Charterhouse AUCTION POSTER. Mr H.A. Fry, Jun. Is favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction at the Crown Inn, Hinton, Charterhouse, On Wednesday, 21st of May, 1890.... Freehold Cottages and Lands.... Size approx. 36" x 22", folded. Bath: 1890. £22.00

  333. Ilminster DEED to secure the payment of an annuity, Thomas Walter Bush, Wine Merchant of Ilminster, to Revd. Samuel Alford of Heale, Curry Rivell, and John Collins, Clothier, of Horton. Refers to a house in Ilminster on the North side of the Shambles, with cellar and gardens. Paper, size 20" x 32", wax seal. 1828. £14.00

  334. Larkhall, Bath AUCTION POSTER. Sale of Long Leahold Property at Larkhall, Bath. Powell & Powell have received instructions to Sell by Auction at the City Auction Mart, Bath on Tuesday 15th April, 1890.... the Semi-detached desirable residence known as Brookleaze Lodge, No 23 Brookleaze Buildings, Larkhall, Bath.... Size approx. 28" x 17", folded, short tear to one fold. Bath: 1890. £18.00

  335. Levi & Son Pub. ROYAL CABINET ALBUM OF BATH 12 photolitho views on extending strip, folding into decorative gilt boards, oblong small 8vo. c1880. £14.00

  336. Lyncombe Hill, Bath AUCTION POSTER. Desirable Freehold Investment. Messrs Powell & Powell will sell by Auction on the premises on Wednesday, 8th Day of July, 1874.... all that substantially-built and commodious residence. No 5, Augustus Place, otherwise Augusta House, Lyncombe Hill.... Size approx. 40" x 25", folded, some wear to folds, couple of splits affecting a few letters. J. Keene, Printer, Bath. 1874. £18.00

  337. Mark Moor POSTER Mr Francis Duckett will offer for Sale by Auction, At the Pack Horse Hotel, Mark, On Friday, the 4th Sept., 1908.... Freehold Pasture Land.... Size approx. 22" x 17", folded. Slight off-setting. Oliver & Son Machine Printers, Axbridge. 1908. £12.00

  338. Monkton Combe DEED OF BARGAIN AND SALE of a tenement or farm called Combe farm, with 'Barnes outhousing Gardens and Orchard thereto adjoiyning and the Pigeon house on the same Orchard erected', closes of ground called Broadmeade, land in the West field of Monkton Combe, etc., John Robinson of Denston Hall, Suffolk, to Joseph Houlton of Trowbridge, Clothier. Vellum, 14" x 19", engraved decorative calligraphic heading, small wax seal. 1706. £25.00

  339. Taunton SOLICITOR'S ACCOUNT BOOK Possibly of Messrs. Roberts and Wellman, Hammet Street, October 1883 - December 1888. Narrow folio, 365p., half calf, lacks spine. Entries record commission on auction sales 'Commission on auction sale of 38 Fore St. Taunton sold to Mr Barrett for 1,870', valuations, e.g. Brewery plant at Barnstaple, fees for apprenticeship indentures etc. 1883-88. £70.00

  340. Wellow Auction PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE; Consisting of a Farm House, and about One Hundred Acres of Land in the parish of Wellow.... Which will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Stafford & Son. At the Lamb Inn, Stall Street, Bath, On Saturday, the 1st Day of June 1839. Folio, 4pp, folded. George Wood, Printer, Bath and Cheltenham Gazette Office, Bath. £18.00

  341. Wells area PENCIL DRAWING Drawing, size 15" x 20", in soft pencil showing three figures including woman on horseback, near a bridge over a stream, cottages and church with a very large tower in middle distance, hill beyond. The view framed by trees on either side. Titled 'Near Wells, Somerset' signed 'M' 1827'. £70.00
    By a very skilled amateur.


  342. Weston super Mare ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. IX.16. Scale 1: 2500, size 27" x 38", folded, corner torn away above Sheet No.., a few small tears at top margin. Surveyed 1883, revised 1936. £14.00
    Covers area from Alma St., to Milton Halt, Ashcombe Wood to Bridge Road.


  343. Whatley AUCTION POSTER. To be Sold by Auction, by Mr Ryall, at the New White Horse Inn, in the Parish of Whatley.... On Monday the 8th day of August.... All that Messuage Tenement, or Dwelling House.... Size approx. 13" x 9", folds. Crockers, Printers, Frome. 1824. £22.00
    Includes two very unusual large type-faces, one with a 'chain' effect, the other with leaves.


  344. Wilkenthroop, Horsington FARM ACCOUNT BOOKS of Peter and Uriah Martin, Wilkenthroop, Horsington. 2 parchment bound books, narrow folio, 86 pages, and 214 pages, with entries dated between 1766 and 1839, with a few pages of later accounts 1843-50. Every page is full of writing. Includes expenditure on such items as beasts ('Bought 10 oxen of Jas. Hammet of Winkley at 64.0.0.'), walling stone, pavier, household items such as candles, nutmegs, tobacco, etc., re-decorating a room (lime, nails, hair, 'flowering sprigs', plaster, labour, etc.), a record of servants arriving and departing, and payment in cash and kind 'Sarah Penney went away the 7th day of November. Betsey Colins came the same day. Had pair of pattens, 0.1.0d, Lincey for apron, 0.1.10d, Lent for to pay her house rent 0.4.0d', payment to workers for ploughing, hedging, sowing etc., 'An Account of what we made of the cow that we killd of James Days 1793... Sarah Penny, Belly & Feet 0.l.4 (there follows list of 20 names), 'An Account of the Cheese that have been made this year...', 'An Account of what Butter have been made...', and long lists of cows sent to the bull. There are also various signed memoranda for letting of land etc., notes on deaths in the parish 'The Revd. Jno. Wickham Died Aug. ye 21st 1783. Aged 55 years. His Funirel sermon was preached by the Revd. Mr. Bishop in Horsington Church....', and a section where births and deaths of family members are listed. Various small receipts etc., loosely inserted, including a permit for Peter Martin to receive one cask of rum from J. Hoare. As is usual with these types of accounts they are chronologically untidy, with spaces in the earlier accounts filled up with entries from later years to save paper, although the handwriting throughout is neat and clear. Some pieces have been snipped from the bottom of a few pages, and the first volume seems to be lacking some pages at the end. 1766-1850. £250.00

  345. Worle and Kewstoke PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF FREEHOLD MESSUAGES, OUTBUILDINGS, Closes of pasture, Arable and Orchard Lands, situate in the parishes of Worle and Kewstoke.... Containing in the whole about Fifty Acres, which will be Sold by Auction by Mr Samuel Norton, In Thirteen Lots at Rogers Hotel, Weston-super-mare, on Tuesday, September 16, 1862. Folio, 7pp, folded, short splts where folded. 1862. £15.00

    Somerset Acts

  346. Cannington AN ACT to authorise arrangements in relation to the Vicarage of Cannington in the county of Somerset, and the Endowment thereof with a portion of the Impropriate Vicarial Tithes of the said parish.... 8pp. 1872. £10.00

  347. Dundry Inclosure AN ACT for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Dundry.... 14pp. 1815. £18.00

  348. Ilchester Roads AN ACT for more effectually amending, widening, improving, and keeping in Repair, several Roads, leading from the Town of Ivelchester.... 34pp. 1800. £14.00

  349. Kingsbury Episcopi AN ACT for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Kingsbury Episcopi.... 19pp. 1830. £18.00

  350. Sock Dennis Rectory AN ACT for suppressing the sinecure Rectory of Sock Dennis in the County of Somerset and providing for the application of the Tithe Rent-charge thereof. Chipped at edges. 7pp. 1883. £4.00

  351. West Bagborough Inclosure AN ACT for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of West Bagborough.... 15pp. 1806. £17.00

  352. West Lydford AN ACT for inclosing and exonerating from Tithes Lands in the Parish of West Lydford.... 23pp. 1826. £16.00

  353. Weston-super-Mare Markets and Sewage AN ACT For extending the Provisions of the Weston-super-Mare Improvement and Market Act, and for granting further powers relating to the Sewage of the Town.... 16pp. 1851. £9.00

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    Staffordshire


  354. Hanley NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE TRIENNIAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 25th & 26th October 1899. 78pp., limp calf wraps, gilt, calf rubbed at edges, spine ragged. 1899. £18.00

    BRIDGE END BREWERY

  355. Leek PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Valuable Freehold Estates situate at Leek... comprising a Brewery & Plant, with Suitable Buildings, a Supply of Spring Water, with Force Pump and a Running Stream.... known as Bridge End Brewery.... also Several Most Eligible Pieces of Freehold Land.... The above Property will be Sold by Auction.... 10th day of September 1874. 8pp., 2 large folding plans, the one of the Brewery being hand-coloured. 1874. £40.00
    Includes detailed description of the brewing equipment, steam engine etc., 'fitted up on an Improved Modern Principle by Mr. Nichols of Burton on Trent.'


  356. Seighford and St. Mary's FIRST-CLASS FARM HOUSE & FARMSTEAD Water Mill, Mill House, and About 130 Acres of Land... together with Sundry Cottages.... also the Manor or Reputed Manor of Great Bridgford.... To be Sold by Auction.... the 7th day of May, 1859, at the Swan Hotel, Stafford. Two pages, folio, folds, paper slightly darkened, with 3p. Conditions attached at corner. 1859. £22.00
    Staffordshire Acts
  357. Ashby de la Zouch AN ACT for repairing the Road from Ashby de la Zouch.... through Burton upon Trent.... and to the Cock Inn in Tutbury.... 30pp, plus cover leaf. Paper rather browned with some off-setting. 1753. £10.00

  358. Caldon Canal AN ACT to enable the Company of Proprietors of the Navigation from the Trent to the Mersey, to make a Navitgable Canal from and out of a certain Branch of their said Navigation, called The Caldon Canal, at or near Endon.... to or near the Town of Leek.... 8pp., plus cover leaf. 1797. £15.00

  359. Dudley AN ACT to enable the Company of Proprietors of the Dudley Canal Navigation, to raise a further Sum of Money for completing the said Navigation.... 10pp., plus cover leaf. 1796. £12.00

  360. Stoke on Trent AN ACT for rebuilding the Chapel and enlarging the Chapel Yard of Lane End.... 20pp. plus cover leaf, Black letter. 1792. £14.00

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    Suffolk


  361. Bacon's SUFFOLK County Map and Guide. 18pp. guide, and folding map, folding into sm. 9vo wraps with cyclists. c1910. £8.00

  362. Debenham PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Most Desirable Freehold and Copyhold Property.... Arable and Pasture Land, Two Convenient and Substantial Family Residences.... late the Property of Mr. John Abbott.... To be Sold by Auction at the Angel Inn, Debenham, the 15th day of May, 1840. 4pp., folio, folds. Title printed in a variety of attractive type-faces. 1840. £25.00
    Includes house known as 'Upper Burnt House', barn adjoining the Meeting Burial Ground, etc.


  363. Woods & Co., Suffolk Iron Works, Stowmarket WOOD 'UNIVERSAL' TARGETS Illustrated Prospectus of Iron Targets, Mantlets and Marking Screens. 4pp., folio, folds, printed in red and black. 1892. £16.00

    Suffolk Acts

  364. Carlford AN ACT for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor, in the Hundreds of Colneis and Carlford.... 20pp., plus cover leaf. Edges of paper browned. 1756. £10.00

  365. Ipswich AN ACT for amending.... an Act.... for paving, lighting, cleansing and otherwose improving the Town of Ipswich.... 8pp., plus cover leaf. 1797. £14.00

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    Surrey


  366. Crowhurst, Godstone ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXXV. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into cloth 8vo wraps, which are worn. Roads and water features hand-coloured. Several areas colour-washed, Burslow Lodge Estate and Harewoods Estate labelled in 'Gothic' lettering, with a few neat notes of dates. Linen worn through at seven points where folds meet, though paper sound, some slight discoloration at corners of sections. First edition 1873. £20.00

  367. Epsom, Chipstead ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XIX. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, made up of quarter sheets, contours in red. Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into cloth 8vo wraps, several areas colour-washed, with a few neat notes as to sale. Edition of 1915. £22.00
    Shows Race Course, London County Lunatic Asylum, Belmont Workhouse, etc.


  368. Esher CLAYGATE BRICKFIELDS LTD. Catalogue of 'Old English Fireplaces'. 4to, 64pp., photographs and line illustrations, 1 cold. plate, price list. 1934. £14.00

  369. Great Bookham, Ripley ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Parts of sheets XXV, XVII, XVIII. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, made up of quarter sheets, contours in red. Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into cloth 8vo wraps, which are partly darkened. Edition of 1919. £18.00
    Shows Eastwick Park, Ockham Park, R.H.S. Gardens at Wisley.


  370. Mickleham, Little Booking ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXV. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, made up of quarter sheets, contours in red. Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into cloth 8vo wraps. Edition of 1919. £18.00
    Leatherhead By-pass drawn in in red ink.


  371. Richmond PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Valuable Freehold Estate Comprehending 100 Acres of Garden Ground Desirably situate between Mortlake and Kew, together with An Elegant Cottage Residence.... A Farm-House.... Manorial Rights.... Right of Wharfage on the River Thames, Which Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Robins.... Thursday, 21st day of July, 1825. 4pp., including docket title and memorandum, folio, folds. Lists 13 Lots, with note as to tenant and rents. Note as to ownership in MS at bottom of page 2. 1825. £40.00

  372. Richmond, Kempton Park ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Parts of Sheet XX, V. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, made up of quarter sheets, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into cloth 8vo wraps, roads and water features hand-coloured, Hamworth Park and Kempton Park areas colour-washed, a few small red circles. Second Edition, 1897-8. £22.00
    Shows Hounslow Gunpowder Works, Bushy Park, Sudbrook Park.


  373. Smith (C) A NEW MAP OF THE COUNTY OF SURREY Divided into Hundreds. Hand-coloured, folding map dissected and mounted on linen, overall size approx. 19" x 17", trimmed to margins, contained with original 8vo paper slipcase, with manuscript label. January 6th, 1801. £36.00

  374. Wandsworth, Mortlake ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Parts of Sheets XXI, VII. Scale 6" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", plus margins, made up of quarter sheets. Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into cloth 8vo wraps, many small areas colour-washed, with a few small neat notes of dates of sale of plots, some with name of purchaser. Second Edition of 1899. £20.00
    Shows Richmond Park, Clarence House, Royal Paper Mills, many small manufacturies such as Merton Abbey Silk Printing Works, Wax Vesta Works, etc.


    Surrey Acts

  375. Chertsey AN ACT to enable His Majesty to grant the Inheritance of certain Manors.... in the Parishes of Byfleet, Weybridge, Walton, Walton Leigh and Chertsey.... to His Royal Highness Frederick Duke of York.... 11pp. 1804. £12.00

  376. Walton upon Thames AN ACT for vesting Two Acres of Land in Walton upon Thames, in Trustees, to be Sold and Conveyed to the Executors of Samuel Dicker, Esq., for the Benefit of Mary Delver, and Infant. 5pp. Very decorative headpiece. 1761. £17.00
    Refers to houses, gardens, Wharf Field, and Walton Wharf.


  377. Walton, Croydon, Mitcham AN ACT to enable Sir Nicholas Hacket Carew, Baronet, to grant a Lease or Leases of Part of his settled Estate for the Improvement thereof.... 8pp. folio, disbound, Decorative headpiece and initial letter. 1761. £17.00

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    Sussex


  378. Arundel PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of the Business Premises for many years used as a Coach Builder's Show Room and Workshops.... also a Three-Floored Store adjacent to the Above in River Road.... 6pp., small 4to. 1911. £8.00

  379. Battle Abbey SEPIA AQUATINT View of the house and garden with man raking lawn. Size 3" x 5".... together with similar view of Mitchel Grove, deer etc. in foreground. Buff card mounts. c1830. £18.00

  380. Brighton CHRIST CHURCH, MONTPELLIER ROAD Tinted lithograph, 8" x 6", margins trimmed away, mounted on paper. Small crease. c1860. £15.00
    Shows church between bow-fronted houses, coach and family groups outside.


  381. Cary (G. & J.C) SUSSEX Engraved map, scale 2 miles to 1", size 20" x 25", linen-backed, 8vo marbled wraps. Sheet 13 of a series covering the whole of the country. Woodland, roads and boundaries hand-coloured, many soundings shown, coloured border. 1832. £50.00
    Covers Worthing, Horsham, Brighton, Hastings.


  382. Climping PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of the Poorhouse (in Two Tenements) situate in the Parish of Climping.... which will be Sold by Auction.... At the Norfolk Arms, Arundel, the 10th day of July next.... Folio, 3pp and docket title on verso, folds. 1871. £25.00

  383. Cowfold PARTICULARS OF LEASE Long Lease of Eastland's Farm, Cowfold, Sussex, to be Sold by Public Auction.... October 11th, 1877. 3pp., sm. folio, folds, first page printed in a variety of type-faces. 1877. £18.00

  384. East Grinstead ARCHITECTS' DRAWINGS for proposed shop premises at London Road, for A.H. Hastie Esq. Four large sheets of drawings showing elevations, plans, on Whatman paper, attractively coloured in watercolour, 3 drawings size 17" x 24", plus margins, one slightly smaller, scale one and a quarter inches to 10 ft., together with two smaller drawings, reproductions, with hand-colouring, one of which is for London Road shops, the other for shop at Shuckburgh Yard, and drawing in ink on large sheet of wax cotton. Drawings signed by J. Douglass Mathews, Architect. 1906-7. £70.00
    Attractive drawings, one shop has attractive Dutch-type gable.


  385. Hastings TO THE FISHERMEN OF HASTINGS Election broadside, in support of Mr. Planta. Size 18" x 11", traces of folds, title in large bold type, with 6 paragraphs of text. Ransom, Printer, Hastings, 1834. £28.00
    Planta was the defeated Conservative candidate in the election of 1835. This counters the suggestion that Mr Planta has offered the fishermen foreign licences in exchange for their votes.


  386. Hastings TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT ELECTORS of Hastings and St. Leonards.... To the distinguished honour of becoming your Representative in Parliament, every wish of my mind and every desire of my heart lead me anxiously to aspire.... Joseph Planta. Political broadside, in four paragraphs, size 23" x 18", heading in large bold type, traces of folds. Ransom, Printer, Hastings, March 27, 1834. £30.00

  387. Rustington PARTICULARS, PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Most Attractive Freehold Building Sites, Portions of the 'Rustington House Estate' comprising 38 Acres, to be Offered by Auction by Messrs. Sparks & Son.... the 1st day of August, 1911. 11p, 4tom original printed wraps, slightly darkened at edges. 2 large folding coloured maps, and key plan on back wrap. 1911. £26.00

  388. Walker (J) & (C) SUSSEX. Folding engraved, hand-coloured map, showing Parliamentary Boundaries, dissected and mounted on linen, engraved area approx. 12" x 15", plus margins, folding to sm 8vo, marbled sides. 1841. £18.00

  389. West Dean, Goodwood ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP. Sheet XLVIII. Engraved surface 24" x 36", plus margins, scale 6" to 1 mile. Some areas in Goodwood Park outlined in orange and blue wash. 1880. £30.00

  390. Yapton PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF FREEHOLD COTTAGES and Land, To be Sold by Auction... at the Shoulder of Mutton & Cucumbers Inn, Yapton, 2oth November, 1877. 3pp., folio, folds. 1877. £16.00

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    Westmoreland


  391. Appleby AUCTION POSTER. To Be Sold by Auction.... at the house of Mrs Lamb, The Sign of the Crown and Mitre, in Appleby.... on Saturday the 28th Day of February.... several Closes of Valuable Land, situate at Bongate Town Head, near Appleby.... Size approx. 12" x 7", printed on one side only, small portion torn from left hand margin, folds, few small and one slightly larger holes, not affecting text, some contemporary in names and sums. 1824. £14.00

  392. Morland BOND of Richard Hallowfield of Great Strickland to Jane Hallowfield of Lowther Hall for one hundred and sixty pounds. 1p., sm. folio, printed with ms inserts, small wax seal. Various memoranda re. subsequent repayments on adjoining leaf. Some minor browning at edge of paper. 1781. £18.00

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    Wiltshire


  393. Bishopstone AUCTION POSTER. Particulars of an Estate at Bishopstone, Wilts. To be Sold by Auction, By Winstanley & Son, On Tuesday the 6th of May 1817.... Size approx. 13" x 9", printed on one side only. Fuller, Printer, Newbury. 1817. £18.00

  394. Box and Ditteridge Auction PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF FREEHOLD FARM, With good Dwelling-House, Outbuildings, Garden, Arable and Pasture Lands, known as "Alcombe Farm," comprising 28a. 2r. 3p. Situate in the Parish of Box and Ditteridge, for many years in the occupation of Mr Thomas Andrews; also Freehold Dwelling Houses, Gardens, Building Land, Lime Kilns, and other Premises situate in the Upper Bristol Road, about 1 Miles from the City of Bath, known as "Belle-Vue Lodge," Locksbrook Place, and "Cork Paddock." The whole comprising an area of 5a. 3r. 13p. to be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Hawkins & Son. At the Full Moon Hotel, Southgate Street, in the City of Bath, On Thursday, the 4th day of November, 1886. Folio, 3 coloured folding plans, 4pp, folded. 1886. £30.00

  395. Calne Cemetery POSTER Calne Non-Conformist Cemetery. The Foundation or Memorial Stone Of the Mortuary Chapel will be laid on Wednesday next, May 15th, at 4p.m.... Size approx. 11" x 8". A. Heath, Printer, Calne. (1867) £16.00

  396. Chippenham Estate PARTICULARS, WITH PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Desirable Freehold Estate consisting of a Convenient Residence, 51a. 0r. 27p. of Land, also Cottages.... in Pipsmore Leaze, Situate at Lowden, In the Parish of Chippenham, Which will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction, by Mr William Burbidge at the Angel Hotel, Chippenham, On Friday, the 16th of June, 1882. Folio, folded, 4pp, 2 coloured folding plans. 1882. £18.00

  397. Faringdon to Acton Turville GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE INCOME AND EXPENDITURE of the Turnpike Road from Faringdon to Acton Turville.... between the 29th day of September 1829 and the 29th day of September 1830, General Statement of the Income and Expenditure of the Shipton Moyne Branch.... Large folio sheet, printed on one side only, folds. with two large tables setting out expenditure on labour, Stones, Flints, Rent of Quarries etc., and income from Tolls at various gates such as Horsey Down Gate, Minty Common, etc. 1830. £35.00

  398. Farleigh Hungerford, Trowbridge, Southwick, North Bradley, and Road ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No XXXVIII, and Parts of Sheets XXI & XXX. Printed surface approx. 24" x 36". Scale: Six inches to 1 mile, 1/10560. Engraved and Published at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton: 1890. £24.00

  399. Hoddington CONVEYANCE of piece of land called Sunny Croft in Hoddington, Jane Reynolds of Manton to Thomas Franklyn of Marlborough. Vellum, 12" x 24", engraved initial letter with coat of arms, small wax seal. 1732. £16.00

  400. Littlecote Estate POSTER. November, 1862. To be Sold by tender about Fifty Acres of Capital Underwood, growing on the Littlecote Estate.... Size approx. 17" x 11", printed on one side only. A. Emberlin, Printer, Marlborough. 1862. £18.00
    Lists the woods concerned in Chilton Foliatt and Ramsbury.


  401. Littlecote Estate POSTER. November, 1863. To be Sold by Tender about Fifty Acres of Capital Underwood, growing on the Littlecote Estate.... Size approx. 17" x 11", printed on one side only. A. Emberlin, Printer, Marlborough. 1863. £18.00
    Lists the woods concerned in Ramsbury, Chilton Foliatt and Hungerford.


  402. Lockeridge REDEMPTION OF LAND TAX. Certificate of the Contract, relating to William Cliffords Cottage in Lockeridge. Size approx. 15" X 19", printed form, completed in manuscript, folded, docket title, form for installments on last page. 1799. £18.00

  403. Maddington Races FREE HANDICAP Maddington, 1814. First Day. Sweepstakes of 50gs each. h.ft, two miles..... Printed list of 25 runners with age, and weight of jockey, 1p., 4to, folded, blank adjoining leaf has been used for address, to J.G. Kneller, Donhead Hall, with postmark. 8 horses have a small ink cross beside them. 1814. £55.00
    'A Proposition will be made at the first Maddington Dinner in London, to allow Jockies to ride, and it is to be understood that this Race is void, unless such measure be carried.'


  404. Marlborough Market AUCTION POSTER. Mr W. Duck Has received instructions to Sell by Auction in the Market, on Saturday next, February 6th.... A very useful Black Cob Mare..... and Milking Cow.... Size approx. 11" x 9", slightly ragged to edges with a few short tears, folds. Maskelyne & Co, Printers, "Journal" Office, Marlborough. c1880. £10.00

  405. Pewsey AUCTION POSTER. Freehold Estate, Pewsey, Wilts. To be Sold by Auction, by Mr Westall, at the Royal Oak Inn, Pewsey, On Tuesday, the 20th of September, 1831.... Size approx. 17" x 11", printed on one side only, folds, few contemporary pencilled numbers, with ink note to verso. Emberlin and Harold, Printers, Booksellers, Druggists, &c. Stamp-Office, Marlborough. 1831. £20.00
    Lists the property, the fields with acreage.


  406. Simpson (G) Pr. DEVIZES AND WILTSHIRE GAZETTE Thursday Feb. 12, 1829. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp., red tax stamp. 1837. £15.00
    Contains large notice for 'Criterion' coach to Birmingham, Corsham Turnpike Tolls to Let, Agricultural Report for September, Training Exercise of Devizes Yeomanry Cavalry.


  407. Simpson (G) Pr. DEVIZES AND WILTSHIRE GAZETTE Thursday Dec, 3, 1835. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp., red tax stamp. Some minor dustmarking on part of front page. 1835. £15.00
    Contains notices of Sale of Calne and Beckhampton Turnpike Tolls, Highway robbery near Nunney by man and two women, Premiums for Chippenham Cattle Show.


  408. Stancomb (J.P) COPY OF TROWBRIDGE TITHE APPORTIONMENT Folio, marbled wraps, morocco spine, printed label to front wrap, spine rubbed. Title page, 27 double page spreads, with columns for Landowners, Occupiers, Number on Plan (not present), Description of Lands, State, Quantities, Payable to Vicar and Payable to Rector. c1840. £80.00
    Lists approx. 300 occupiers.


    Wiltshire Acts

  409. Ashton Gifford AN ACT for inclosing Lands in the Tything of Ashton Gifford, in the Parish of Codford Saint Peter. 15pp. 1814. £16.00

  410. Bishopstone AN ACT for uniting the Vicarage and Rectory of Bishopstone.... within the Diocese of Salisbury.... 3pp. 1815. £12.00

  411. Broad Blunsdon AN ACT for Confirming and Establishing certain Articles of Agreement for inclosing and dividing the Common Fields and Common Grounds in the Tything of Broad-Blunsdon.... 15pp., attractive woodcut headpiece showing man hoeing. Cover leaf with docket title. 1749. £22.00

  412. Cricklade AN ACT to explain and amend an Act.... touching the Election for Knights of the Shire to serve in Parliament for that Part of Great Britain called England. Black Letter. Cover Leaf + 4pp. 1790. £12.00
    Makes special mention of Cricklade.


  413. Ham Inclosure AN ACT for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Ham.... 23pp. 1827. £17.00

  414. Hurst Inclosure AN ACT for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Hurst in the Counties of Berks and Wiltshire 16pp. 1807. £17.00

  415. Salisbury Gas AN ACT for incorporating and granting other Powers to "The Salisbury Gaslight and Coke Company." 19pp. 1864. £12.00

  416. Trowbridge Water AN ACT for extending the limits of supply of the Trowbridge Water Company, and for authorising the Company to construct further works, and to raise further money.... 14pp. 1878. £9.00

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    Worcestershire


  417. Cross (H), Post Office, Malvern, Pub. BIRD'S EYE VIEW from the Summit of the Worcestershire Beacon, Showing all the Objects Visible! No one Should Ascend the Hill Without it. Two fine tinted lithograph views on one sheet, titled 'Malvern: View from the Worcestershire Beacon Looking South', and 'View from the Worcestershire Beacon Looking North'. Each view approx. 8" x 27", plus margins, folding into printed boards, sm. 8vo., cloth spine. Inside back board is list of 'Distant Objects' visible in 16 counties. Portion missing from front board (about a quarter of the area). One or two very small splits where folds meet. c1870. £90.00
    Tinted in very attractive brown anad blue/green tones.


  418. Greenwood (C. & I) MAP OF THE COUNTY OF WORCESTER. From An Actual Survey Made in the Year 1823. Hand-coloured, size 23" x 28", plus margins, dissected and mounted on linen, folding to 8vo. With vignette view of Worcester Cathedral. 1831. £85.00

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    Yorkshire


  419. Anon. RICHMONDIAE COMITATUS ET ALVERTUNAE SCHIRA Engraved map scale " to 1 mile, hills, rivers, woodland, Roman roads hand coloured size 17" x 20", plus margins. With decorative title crtouche, incorporating scale bar, with acanthus leaves, shrubs, view of Richmond castle. Cartouche and view of castle hand coloured. Traces of vertical folds, some minor light browning spots in top right hand corner. (1720). £280.00
    Covers Ripley, Birkdale, Crossthwaite, Amcliffe. Rodgers lists only the British Library copy.


  420. Langsett, Stocks Bridge ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP. Sheet 281. Engraved surface 24" x 36", plus margins, scale 6" to 1 mile. Proposed Swinden Reservoir marked in red ink, with pipeline running to Stocks Bridge. 1854. Embossed Ordnance stamp, 1894. £26.00

  421. Lennox, Pub. MAP OF 40 MILES ROUND LEEDS Fully hand-coloured lithographed map, scale 2 miles to 1", size 40" x 53". Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into full morocco boards, 4to, small piece missing from spine. c1870. £60.00

  422. Shelderslow PROBATE of the will of John Buckley of Shelderslow, Cotton Spinner. Large vellum sheet with smaller printed certificate and papered seal attached. 1830. £10.00
    Refers to property at Saddleworth, bequest to Methodist School at Springheat, Saddleworth.


  423. Summer Bridge, Shaw Mill ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP. Sheet 136. Engraved surface 24" x 36", plus margins, scale 6" to 1 mile. Linen-backed. 1854. £30.00
    Covers Dacre, Burnt Yates, Harewell Hall, Oven Stone Ridge.


    Yorkshire Acts

  424. Bridlington AN ACT for enlarging the Time.... for Repairs of the Piers of Bridlington.... 8pp., plus cover leaf. 1753. £10.00

  425. Bugthorpe AN ACT for dividing and inclosing several open Fields and stinted Pastures, within the Township of Bugthorpe.... 22pp. 1777. £22.00

  426. City of York AN ACT for enabling His Majesty to licence a Playhouse in the City of York; and in the Town and County of the Town of Kingston upon Hull. 2pp plus title sheet, decorative woodcut initial letter. 1769. £20.00

  427. Howden AN ACT for vesting the several Yearly Rents and Copyhold Fines, payable to the Lord Bishop of Durham.... issuing our of the several Messuages, Lands, and Tenements within the Manor of Howden.... in Trustees.... 10pp. 1778. £18.00

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    Ireland


  428. Agricultural Statistics of Ireland RETURN OF THE LIVE STOCK for the Year 1859. title plus 3pp., folio. Alexander Thom and Sons, Dublin, 1859. £18.00
    Lists horses, cattle, sheep and pigs for each county.


  429. Agricultural Statistics of Ireland RETURN OF LAND UNDER CROPS for the Year 1859. title plus 3pp., folio. Alexander Thom and Sons, Dublin, 1859. £20.00
    Lists cereals, potatoes, turnips, flax etc.


  430. Ballinamona, Waterford MEADOWING FOR SALE to be sold by Auction (re. Gerald Glascott, a Minor).... At Fruithill, About 32 acres of Prime Old Meadowing On Foot.... Poster, size 18" x 11", fold. 1893. £16.00

  431. Ballintin & Byworth, Pr. THE HARP Liberty and our Country! Vol. 1, no. 11, Sunday February 10, 1811. Newspaper, continuously paginated. 16pp., 4to. First page dusty and foxed. 1811. £22.00
    Includes 'Prison Abuses in Ireland', 'Case of Anne Devlin, State Prisoner' (Robert Emmet's one-time servant), etc.


  432. Cooltagan, Woodstown, Waterford AUCTION OF HORSES, PIGS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS John Pender will Sell by Auction at Cooltegan, Friday 2nd May 1879, The Interest in the Farm.... Poster on mauve paper, 29" x 20", folds, one small area where mauve has faded, a few letters have some slight wear. 1879. £24.00
    Includes 'Jaunting Car', '1 Sow and 6 Bonhams', 'Good slated dwelling house, half a mile from the Strand of Woodstown....'


  433. Dunganstown, Wexford TO SELL BY AUCTION At the Farm Yard, Ruane.... 17th May, 1892, the Entire Farm Stock & Implements, Comprising: Stock. 25 Head of Cattle, 3 & 2 Year old, 3 Springers, to calve about Nov.,... Implements &c. Lea, Drill, and Seed Ploughs, Chill, Plough.... and on the following day at The Tholsell.... the Interest of the Tenant John S. Hearn in the Farm.... Poster on orange paper, size 30" x 19", folds. 1892. £25.00

  434. Fethard, Wexford BY ORDER OF THE COURT OF BANKRUPTCHY I will offer for Sale by Public Auction On Bankrupt's Farm... the following Chattel Property: 3 Farm Horses, 1 Foal, 1 Milch Cow, 2 Donkeys, 3 iron Ploughs.... Carrothers, Auctioneer, Clonmel. Poster, size 18" x 11", folds. 1880. £22.00

  435. Goulding (W. & H.M), Presented by MANURES AND MANURING Booklet, 63pp., 12mo, giving advice on manures and listing various types of Gouldings products, with list of Fairs for each county in Ireland. 1896. £8.00

  436. Grange Upper, Waterford AUCTION Saturday, the 13th Aug., 1881.... at Gaul's Rock, Borough bounds, Grange Upper.... the Good and Chattels of Defendant Patrick Wall, consisting of 20 Cows, seized under a Writ.... Poster, size 18" x 11", folds, attractively printed. Some minor off-setting. 1881. £20.00

  437. Kenmare ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 1" to 1 mile. Red cloth wraps with coat of arms. 1903. £7.00

  438. Kennan & Sons' IMPROVED HORTICULTURAL BUILDINGS Manufactory, Fishamble Street, Dublin. Leaflet, 4p, 4to, with illustrations of 7 types of conservatory, half-span vinery, etc., with specifications. c1876. £18.00

  439. Killarney A WORLD FAMOUS SPORTING ESTATE Auctioneers: Messrs Daniel Smith, Oakley & Garrard. 15 page oblong 8vo brochure describing the estate, small folding plan, illusts. 1930. £15.00

  440. Malahide, Co. Dublin ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 6" to 1 mile, Sheet IV, size 23" x 34", plus margins, border down right-hand edge. Taped edges, linen backed, folding to 4to. Some occasional light browning. Stamp of Railway Commission top right. c1850? £30.00
    Finely engraved map showing the numerous country estates in detail. Covers Mt. Stewart, Baldoyle, Lambay Island, Santry. Hachures.


  441. Moira, Co. Antrim ANNUAL REPORT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL at Brookfield, near Moira, 1858. 15pp, sm. 8vo. 1858. £10.00
    Lists subscribers, with amounts given. Between 1836 and 1857 220 Boys and 162 passed through the school.


  442. New Ross, Wexford IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION of Springpark Farm, conveniently situated within 2 miles of Palace Station... held from the Right Honourable Lord Baron Carew.... Wednesday, 9th March, 1898.... Poster, printed on green paper in a variety of type-faces, size 20" x 15", folds, colour faded along two folds. Clark & Son Printers, Gorey, 1898. £24.00
    As well as detailed description of the property, includes list of Horses and Cattle in the sale ('Bay Mare, by Salem, stinted to Lord George' etc.)


  443. New Ross, Wexford TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION at The Tholsel, New Ross... The Tenant's interest in Part of the Lands of Millquarter, Old Ross... Containing 67 acres.... equal to about 41 Irish acres.... Poster, printed on green paper, 20" x 15", folds, colour faded at folds, some minor wear at one fold affecting one letter. 1898. £20.00

  444. New-Ross, Wexford TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION at Shanahan's Hotel.... Tuesday, the 5th day of May, 1891.... Auction Poster listing 8 Lots, with Descriptive Particulars noting details of lease, rents etc. Size 30" x 20", folds. 1891. £22.00
    Includes Shanahan's Hotel, houses in North Street, Knockmullin lands etc.


  445. Rochestown, Kilkenny RENTAL of the Following Lands, the Estate of the late Peter Walsh, Esq. To Be Sold by Thomas Goold, Esquire, at his Chambers on the Inn's-quay, Dublin.... 7th day of November, 1839.... Particulars on single sheet, printed on one side only, size 17" x 22", folds, with large table listing name of land, tenant, rent, terms, detailed observations with notes of Leases etc. 1839. £38.00
    Lists 43 tenants.


  446. Rosetown, Arthurstown, Wexford STOCK, CROPS, FARM IMPLEMENTS &c BY AUCTION Mr. Warren has received instructions to Sell by Auction.... At Rosetown the Following Valuable Stock and Effects: 10 Prime 2 year old Bullocks in forward condition.... Chestnut Mare, foal by 'Tenant Right' stinted to Warlike.... Poster on blue paper, size 29" x 20", folds. Small piece chipped from top corner, not affecting text. 1887. £28.00
    Lists 8 horses, 7 types of beasts, Farm Implements, Crops.


  447. Southern Ireland SURVEY OF IRELAND (Ordnance Survey). Map of Dublin District, Scale 1" to 1 mile, together with Cork District. Folding into red paper wraps, which are slightly warped on the Cork map. Surveyed 1918, railways inserted to 1944. £10.00

  448. Tholsel, New Ross, Wexford GRASS. TO BE LET BY AUCTION on Tuesday the 30th day of May, 1893.... About 90 Irish Acres of the Lands of Biggerin Lloyd and Also about 18 Irish Acres of the Lands of Terrerath.... Poster, size 18" x 12", fold, paper uniformly darkened, some minor waterstaining at edges. 1893. £12.00

  449. Waterford, Dublin AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT Four advertising leaflets, comprising 1p, sm. 4to, for Howard's Flexible Harrows, 1872; Thompson Bros., Wexford, 2 leaflets for Barns, 2p and 1p., c1910; Main & Co. of Dublin, Fencing, 1p. 4to, 1876; Lawe's Patent Manure, George WQhite, Waterford, Agent, 4pp, 1869. All except the last illustrated.... together with letter from auctioneer re. cattle, with adjoining printed leaf advertising Ganly, Sons & Co., Auctioneers of Cattle, Wool etc., Dublin. 1869 - 1910. £22.00

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    Scotland


  450. Aberdeen Newspaper ABERDEEN JOURNAL and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland. No. 4278, Wednesday, January 6, 1830. Broadsheet style, 23" x 17", 4p, folded, some light staining, one short strip torn from lower leaf, partly split at fold. Red tax stamp. 1830. £12.00
    Contains numerous local news and adverts for the Aberdeen & London Steam Packets, as well as overseas news on the Negro Government of Haiti, Russian evacuation of Adrianople, etc.


  451. Allan (Thomas) & Co., Pr. CALEDONIAN MERCURY March 29, 1834. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. 1834. £14.00
    Includes long advert of Samuel Read of Kevock Bleachfield, with 'cloth received and receipts granted by' with names of 80 merchants, announcement for Innerleithen Mineral Wells, etc.


  452. Arbroath NAME OF MUDIE AND FAMILY OF DAVID MUDIE 1766 Notebook so titled, containing 10 pages of genealogical information 'A Short Description of the Settlement and Progress of the Name of Mudie on Lunan Water', and at the back of the book 12 pages of a contemporary record of the birth of the writers children, with notes of the midwives present, lists of those attending baptism. Vellum covered notebook, small 8vo, many blank pages. 1766-74. £32.00
    Loosely inserted is a letter dated Pitminis 1815 to a James Mudie in London.


  453. Campbeltown, Argyllshire SALE OF GROWING CROP &c. Thursday 29th Curt., The Growing Crop and other sequestrated effects belonging to Hugh Bickett, on the Farm of Drum Kildavie.... 27 Acres of Oats, do of Beans.... 5 Stirks, 2 Quey Calves, 1 Stot... Poster, size 15" x 10". 1861. £18.00

  454. Colvend, Kirkcudbright SALE NOTICE. Sale by Public Roup. There will be Sold, by Public Roup, at the Farm of Kirklands and Barcloy, In the Parish of Colvend.... 1 Filly Foal, 3 Galloway Stirks.... Size approx. 14" x 11", folds. Dumfries - Printed at the Herald Office, by W.C. Craw. 1871. £15.00

  455. Dalkeith, Midlothian PRINTED NOTICE. Roup of Grass Parks, near Dalkeith.... Size approx. 6" x 7", printed on one side only. D. Schaw, Printer, Lawnmarket. 1816. £15.00

  456. Dunbar, Haddingtonshire REPORT ON THE BURGH OF DUNBAR. Folio, folding engraved plan coloured in outline, with a sheet of text printed on one side only. (1832) £18.00

  457. Edinburgh and Leith REPORT ON THE BURGH OF EDINBURGH AND LEITH. Folio, folding engraved plan coloured in outline, size approx. 25" x 27", with two sheets of text printed on both sides. (1832) £38.00

  458. Farm Auction FARMS IN SELKIRKSHIRE. Auction poster. Size approx. 12" x 7", printed on one side only. Printed by R. Armstrong, Hawick. 1816. £20.00
    Concerns farms in the Parishes of Ettrick, and Yarrow.


  459. Glasgow REGULATIONS FOR KELVINSIDE BRIDGE formerly called 'Walker's Bridge'. Poster, size 22" x 17", setting out Tolls for different types of stock, carts, carriages etc. Folds. 1887. £20.00

  460. Govan RULES OF THE GOVAN WEAVERS' SOCIETY 24pp., 8vo, decorative wraps, vertical crease. 1885. £16.00
    Includes Roll of Members.


  461. Hermand, Midlothian PRINTED NOTICE. Sale of Crop. To be Sold by Public Roup at Hermand. On Saturday the 9th of September, 1843, About 16 Acres of Excellent Oats.... G. Brownlee, Auctioneer. Size approx. 9" x 7", printed on one side only. R. Morrison, printer, Mid-Calder. 1843. £15.00

  462. Kincardineshire Roads PRINTED NOTICE. At a Meeting of Turnpike Trustees, Landholders, and others, in the County of Kincardine, held at Aberdeen.... for taking into account the present state of the Turnpike from Aberdeen southward.... Size approx. 7" x 9", attractively printed. D. Chalmers & Co. Printers, Aberdeen. 1838 £22.00
    Exhorts Proprietors, Farmers and their Servants to help open the road after heavy snow.


  463. Lizar's PORTABLE TOURS OF SCOTLAND, Constructed for the Pocket. With 6 engraved strip maps on a linen backed folding sheet, a linen backed folding engraved map, table of distances, and table of altitude of mountains, contained within the original 12mo embossed cloth boards, rubbed to edges, few spots to covers, and verso of map. c186- £22.00

  464. McEwing (A), Pr. AYRSHIRE HERALD Friday, August 10, 1860. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. On last page the ink is smudged. 1860. £10.00
    Numerous adverts. for house sales, farms to let etc., Destruction of Goods Station at Paisley by Fire, Scottish Volunteers Review, etc.


  465. Musselburgh REPORT UPON THE BOROUGH OF MUSSELBURGH 2pp, with a Plan of the Town, by R.K. Dawson, coloured in outline, size 13" x 18", scale 6" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound. c1832. £20.00

  466. Parton Estate, Kirkcudbright PRINTED NOTICE. Preservation of Game. Mr Donald having the preservation of the Game on the Estate of Parton, from Miss Glendonwyne, requests that no one will Hunt or Shoot.... Glenlochar Lodge, 18th August, 1830. Size approx. 5" x 8", printed on one side only. Castle-Douglas - Printed by A. Davidson. 1830. £17.00
    Attractive printing with decorative line under the word 'Game' which is in very large letters.


  467. Portobello REPORT UPON THE BOROUGH OF PORTOBELLO 1p, with a Plan of the Town, by R.K. Dawson, coloured in outline, scale 6" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound. Some minor off-setting on plan. c1832. £18.00

  468. Salt-pans, Musselburgh GROUND at Maitland Bridge, To Sell or Feu.... 194 feet of Ground.... to the West of the Toll-House.... Also, 144 feet in front to the East of the Toll-House, on which there is a Salt Granary in good repair, and two Salt Pans presently ruinous, with a Reservoir for Salt-water, which may be put in order at a small expence; also proper situations for Salters houses.... Handbill, size 8" x 7", traces of folds. n.d. c1815. £25.00

  469. Selkirkshire FARMS IN SELKIRKSHIRE To be Let and entered to at Whitsunday 1817, the following Farms, belonging to the Right Hon. Lord Napier.... Handbill, size 12" x 8", setting out names of four farms, with occupiers, and conditions of letting, offers etc. Armstong, Hawick, Printer, 1817. £20.00

  470. Skibo Estate Dornoch, Sutherland SALE PARTICULARS. An outstanding residential and amenity estate.... Skibo Castle.... 4 Houses and 23 Estate Cottages.... 19,000 acres in all.... 2 mile Spate River and 11 brown trout lochs.... Stalking with Red, Roe and Sika Deer.... For sale by by private treaty. Folio, large folding coloured map in pocket at rear, ground plans and illustrations, some of which are coloured, 61pp, original card covers. n.d. c1980. £22.00

  471. Valentine's SNAPSHOTS 12 Real Photographs for Your Album. 5 sets, size 3" x 3", in printed card envelopes, comprising: Edinburgh, Inverness, Dumfries, Trossachs, Braemar, plus three similar sets by other companies comprising: Clyde, Fort William, John O'Groats. 8 items. c1925. £13.00

  472. Veitch (William), Pub. THE EDINBURGH EVENING COURANT October 31, 1865. Broadsheet newspaper, 8pp, folds. 1865. £10.00
    Scottish Acts
  473. AEarl of Eglinton's Estate AN ACT to Provide for the Winding-up of the Trust Affairs of the late Hugh Earl of Eglinton, and to amend the Acts relative to Ardrossan Harbour.... 28pp, blue paper, including 2p schedule of expenses for stone etc. 1854. £12.00

  474. Balmoral Estate, Aberdeen AN ACT to enable the Trustees of the Right Honourable James Earl of Fife deceased to sell and convey the Estate of Balmoral in the County of Aberdeen to His Royal Highness Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha.... 24pp. 1852. £20.00

  475. Scottish Estates AN ACT for sale of Part of the intailed Estate of Sir George Mackenzie, Knight, deceased, lying in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland.... 15pp. 1753. £15.00

  476. Stirling, Clackmanan, Fife AN ACT to authorize Sir Lawrence Dundas, Bart.... to insert in a Deed of Disposition and Conveyance of Lands and Hereditaments in Scotland, agreed to be settled by Articles made previous to the Marriage of Thomas Dundas, Esq., with Lady Charlotte his Wife, the like Power of Exchange.... 11pp., cover leaf with docket title. 1778. £20.00

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    Wales


  477. Barmouth and Harlech ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS Sheets LIX N.E, LXXV N.E., borders, each linen-backed and folding into uniform cloth wraps with yellow Stanford label. Electrotypes, c1880. £16.00

  478. Barry Dock & Railways IN PARLIAMENT. SESSION 1890. RAILWAY NO. 5. Plan. Lithographed plan size 21" x 72", dissected and mounted on line, folding into gilt-titled morocco wraps, tall 8vo. Scale approx. 3" = 10 miles. Indelible stamp of G.W.R. Paddington. 1890. £42.00

  479. Coltman (Nathl.) A NEW MAP OF SOUTH WALES The Fourth Edition with Considerable Additions, Consisting of Measured Roads, Seats &c., 1813. Engraved map, fully hand coloured, size 21" x 27", border, cirular title cartouche, reference table, scale bar. Mounted on linen, dissected and folding into marbled wraps, offsetting of cartouche in Channel area, and some slight darkening of paper, mainly in sea area. Published By Laurie & Whittle, 1798, this edition 1813. £60.00

  480. Denbigh and Montgomery AUCTION POSTER. Valuable Freehold Farms to be offered for sale, by public auction, by Messrs. Whitfield & Son, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Llanrhaiadr Yn Mochnant, on Friday, the 12th day of August, 1887.... Size approx. 35" x 22", printed on one side only, few small holes where folded, few short tears and one longer tear neatly repaired to verso. T. Owen, Printer, The Library Printing Works, Oswestry. 1887. £16.00
    Concerns farms in the parish of Llanrhaiadr Yn Mochnant, and the village of Penybont.


  481. Dixon (E.L) GEOLOGICAL MAP OF SOUTH WALES With Longitudinal Sections across the Coalfield. Compiled by Permission From the Maps, Memoirs and Sections of H.M. Geological Survey by E.L. Dixon. Colour printed map, size 24" x 35", folding into cloth boards, spine faded and slightly rubbed. c1900. £50.00

  482. Festiniog THE VALE OF FESTINIOG Lithograph, 6" x 9", plus margins. Some foxing spots down right hand side of plate and right margin. Published by W. Pritchard, Carnarvon c1870. £26.00
    Shows small figure with dogs in foreground, boat on river, village in distance.


  483. Glamorganshire Roads AUCTION POSTER. Notice is hereby given that the TOLLS Arising at the several Toll gates in the County of Glamorgan.... will be let by Auction From the 31st day of December, 1868, to the 31st day of December, 1869, to the highest bidder, at The Town Hall, Cardiff.... On Tuesday, 1st December, 1868. Size approx. 18" x 11", few short tears to margins, printed on one side only. W. Jones, Printer, Duke Street, Cardiff: 1868. £25.00
    Lists 8 lots of the roads concerned.


  484. Manor of Mabwinion Cardigan NOTICE. Stray Sheep. A Ram and two Ewes found straying in the Parish of Llanfihangel-Ystrad.... Size approx. 9" x 11", printed on one side only. 2nd November 1942. £10.00

  485. Merioneth, Shropshire etc. ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. LXXIV, scale 1" to 1 mile, size 24" x 35", dissected and mounted on linen, folding to 8vo cloth endpapers. Woodland, roads, county boundaries hand-coloured. Covers Bala, Llanfechan, Wrexham, Oswestry. Electrotype, 1865. £26.00
    Made up of quarter sheets.


  486. Merionethshire AUCTION POSTER. Valuable Oak, Ash and other Timber to be Sold by Auction by Mr Thomas Payne, At the Cross-Foxes Inn, Mallwyd, on Tuesday the Forteenth Day of February, 1826.... Size approx. 18" x 11", folds. Dolgelley: printed for J. Pugh. 1826. £24.00
    Lists 7 lots of the timber and farms concerned in the Parish of Mallwyd.


  487. Pembroke Quarter Sessions MIDSUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS 1887 Minutes of Business on Tuesday 28th of June, 1887. 28pp, 8vo, stapled. Includes Orders Made at Easter Quarter Sessions, with payments for prosecutions, conveyance of prisoners, expenses for public buildings etc. 1887. £16.00

  488. Pembrokeshire ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XL. Scale 1" to 1 mile, size 24" x 36", dissected and mounted on linen, taped edges, folding into cloth slipcase with Wyld label. Roads and rivers hand-coloured, villages coloured rather untidily, some slight darkening of paper. Wyld label on border. 1843. £22.00

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    General


  489. Adams (W.J) & Sons Pub. THE IMPROVED 'DISTRICT RAILWAY' MAP OF LONDON Time Table Copy. Attractively printed street map showing District Company's lines and stations printed in red, other railways in blue. Size 25" x 29", dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth boards, worn at spine, spotty. Third edition c1880. £36.00

  490. Almon (J), Pub. THE GENERAL ADVERTISER April 27th, 1786. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp., red tax stamp. 1786. £16.00
    Includes adverts for various plays etc. at Equestrian Amphitheatre, Whitechapel, Sadler's Wells, etc., notice from Post-Master General about Mr. Palmer's plans for the country-wide delivery of mail, Old Bailey Intelligence etc.


  491. Bacon's GEOLOGICAL MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES Colour printed map on two sheets, each 12" x 20", scale 15 miles to 1". With reference key in top right corner. 1884. £16.00
    From Bacon's Atlas of the British Isles.


  492. Bacon's TWENTIETH CENTURY MAP OF EAST ANGLIA Showing Boroughs, Urban and Rural Districts and Distances, Divided into Five Mile Squares. Large coloured folding map, scale 1" = 3 miles, folding into 4to embossed cloth boards, front board rather faded, with a few spots. c1900. £20.00

  493. Bedford Levels A STATE OF THE REVENUES AND DEBT OF THE CORPORATION OF BEDFORD LEVELS, as the same stood at Lady-day 1752, with the Advantages which will accrue to the Creditors of the Corporation, and the Proprietors of the South and Middle Levels, by permitting the Proprietors of the North Level to be discharged of the Debt. in order to their making a Security for a sufficient Sum of Money to be raised for their better Draining, on the Terms which have lately been proposed. 3pp, folio, docket title, folded. (1752) £85.00
    The Bedford Levels were in the counties of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon, Northamptonshire, and Lincolnshire.

    FINE ENGRAVED VIEWS

  494. Besley's VIEWS IN DEVONSHIRE AND CORNWALL. Being 60 large size steel engraved vignette views, with decoratively printed title-page. Original cloth, title and two decorative views in gilt on front board, respined, original spine laid down, decorative endpaper which is glued to inside front and back boards trimmed at inner edge and neatened with strip of cloth, back free endpaper replace. Edges of cloth slightly rubbed, boards slightly faded. Gilt edges, tissue guards, three plates have small crease across top corner of margin, some feint spotting to part of last plate. Exeter: 1861. £400.00
    There are 22 views of Cornwall, 38 of Devon. They include Lynmouth, Barnstaple, Ilfracombe, Budleigh Salterton, Totnes, Ashburton, Teignmouth, Tavistock, Saltash Bridge, Liskeard, St. Ives, St. Michael's Mount, Redruth, Botallack Mine, Lamorna.


  495. Bichard (Thomas), Pr. LA GAZETTTE DE GUERNESEY Journal Officiel, Politique et Litteraire, Samedi 24 Aout 1895. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp., in French. 1895. £8.00

  496. Boucher (Strand), Pr. THE ALBION Saturday Evening, April 23, 1831. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp., red tax stamp. 1831. £9.00

  497. Boucher (Strand), Pr. THE ALBION Monday Evening, April 25, 1831. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp., red tax stamp. Slight wear at fold edge. 1831. £9.00
    Includes notices from various prospective Parliamentary candidates upon the dissolution of Parliament, report of meeting of Freeholders of York on Reform, etc.


  498. Boucher (Wm), Pr. THE ALBION Monday evening, April 25, 1831. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. 1831. £8.00

  499. Brodie (W.B), Pub. THE SALISBURY AND WINCHESTER JOURNAL And General Advertiser of Wilts, Dorset, and Somerset. Monday August 31st, 1812. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. 1812. £16.00
    Contains many notices asking people to desist from 'sporting' for game on various Manors, letting of houses, jobs etc.


  500. Brodie (W.B), Pub. THE SALISBURY AND WINCHESTER JOURNAL And General Advertiser of Wilts, Dorset, and Somerset. Monday August 5th, 1811. Broadsheet newspaper, 4pp. 1811. £17.00
    Contains notices of sheep for sale, showing of Mr. Bullock's Natural History Museum at Salisbury, servants wanted, houses to let and for sale.


  501. Coal Mines AREA MAP Midland (Amalgamated) District (Coal Mines) Scheme 1930. Large linen-backed folding map of England and Wales and part of Scotland, Scale 8 miles to one inch, areas outlined in colour and numbered in red. With card key. Inserted in cloth covered folder, gilt title. Bacon & Co., 1930. £22.00

  502. Commer lorries NEW SUPERPOISE RANGE of Six-Cylinder Models. Catalogue, oblong sm. folio, decorative gold-printed wraps, 24 glossy pages, detailed specifications, numerous illusts., some in colour. c1950? £30.00

  503. Cornwall and Devon SET OF FIVE ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS of Cornwall and part of Devon, Scale 1" to 1 mile. Comprises sheets 33 (Penwith), 32 (Lizard), 31 (St. Austell), 30 (Bodmin), 25 (Launceston, Dartmoor). On thick paper, Smith watermark, size 23" x 35" plus wide margins. No borders, except left hand one on sheet 25. Holes at corners where once pinned up, folded into 16. Sheet 25 is browned and dusty, with a short repaired tear in margin, Sheet 30 has paper slightly darkened, other sheets fine and clean. 1809 and 1813. £200.00
    Corresponds to Margary State 3.


  504. Coronation of Elizabeth II PROGRAMME OF ADDITIONAL AND ALTERED TRAIN SERVICES on the Occasion of The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday, 2nd June 1953. Three Booklets, Southern Region, Western, Eastern and Central Sections. 18pp., in each, folio, printed in green. Map of London on verso. Coat of Arms on first page.... together with.... Refreshment Car Excursion to London Waterloo, Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, Tuesday June 2nd. Single sheet timetable from Exmouth to Waterloo and back, printed in red on one side, tall 8vo. 1953. £30.00

  505. Coronation of George VI PROGRAMME OF ADDITIONAL AND ALTERED TRAIN SERVICES on the Occasion of The Coronation of THeir Majesties King George VI & Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday, May 12th 1937. Southern Railway (Western Section). Booklet, 16pp., sm. folio, printed in red.... together with.... Instructions to Sation Masters, Inspectors, Drivers.... as to A Royal Special Train Conveying their Majesties the King and Queen Waterloo to Sherborne and Sherborne to Waterloo on Thursday 1st June, 1950. 12pp., 4to. 1937 and 1950. £20.00

  506. Devon and Somerset Railway Company REPORT AND ACCOUNTS for the Half-Year Ended 30th June, 1876. 8pp., sm. folio. 1876. £22.00

  507. Essex and Suffolk PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Important Property situate at Chilton, Brundon, Middleton, Bulmer and Ballingdon.... comprising the Manor or Lordship of Waldingfield Hall, Carbonells with Chilton.... and the Reputed Manor of Middleton Hall.... Presentation to the Rectory of Chilton.... Farms known as Chilton Hall, Brundon Hall & Middleton Hall.... Accommodation and Building Land, which will be sold by Auction.... The Corn Exchange Sudbury, 16th July, 1861. 10pp., 4to, plus 3 folding maps, hand-coloured in outline. Includes detailed schedules. 1861. £42.00

  508. Furs FOR SALE BY THE CANDLE At The London Commercial Sale Rooms.... the 2nd and 3rd of September, 1818 At Nine for Ten O'Clock precisely The Following Goods viz. 54230 Musquash, 17100 Martin, 8900 Rabbit, 2430 Fitch, 1710 Otter, 1280 Wolf, 820 Raccoon.... Auction catalogue, 23 pages, size 16" x 6", listing 607 Lots under 23 different headings of types of skin, e.g. "1304 Skins, Chinchilla in 5 Lots, at per dozen, to advance 6d"; the last 21 lots are mixed lots with the types of animals listed. Most lots have price realised added in MS. 1818. £75.00
    Includes swan, tiger, panther, mink, buffalo, elk, wolverin, bear.


  509. Gall & Inglis' MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON for Cyclists, Tourists, &c. Scale half an inch to a mile. Colour-printed, linen-backed, folding into printed red cloth boards. c1910. £7.00

  510. Gall & Inglis NEW TRAVELLING MAP OF ENGLAND With the Railways, Colour pinted, size 29" x 22", linen-backed and folding into 12mo cloth boards, gilt title. c1880. £18.00

  511. Geological Survey SECTION ACROSS THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL FIELD from Houndstreet on the North, through Timsbury, Clandown, Radstock, Kilmersdon, and Mells.... to Long Knoll near Maiden Bradley.... Sheet No. 112, scale 1" to 1 mile, size 27" x 35", fully hand-coloured, key along bottom margin. December 1875. £95.00

  512. Geological Survey SECTION ACROSS THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL FIELD from Cromhall at the North, through Iron Acto to Mangotsfield (showing Frog Lane, Parkfield and Fryars Pits) through Warmley, to Willsbridge at the South of the Bristol Coal field, thence to Keynsham and Compton Dando.... Sheet No. 111, scale 1" to 1 mile, size 27" x 35", fully hand-coloured, key along bottom margin. November 1875. £95.00

  513. Geological Survey SECTION ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL FIELD from the Mendip Hills near Binegar, by Stratton on the Fosse, Midsomer Norton, Radstock.... to Norton St. Philip. Sheet No. 105, scale 1" to 1 mile, size 27" x 35", fully hand-coloured, key along bottom margin. April 1875. £95.00

  514. Gloucestershire and Wiltshire CONVEYANCE of a Messuage farm and Hereditaments called the Down Thorns Farm situate in the parishes of Marshfield in the County of Gloucester and West Kington in the County of Wiltshire, Robert Ellis and others to Willm. Sanders. 9 vellum sheets, 21" x 25", 15 small wax seals, last sheet comprises Schedule giving states and acreages, and a fully coloured manuscript plan, size 14" x 11", by Sturge and Sons, scale 6 chains to 1 inch. 1872. £34.00
    The farm was owned by the Trustees of a Charity. Amongst the signatories are W.H. Wills and Francis Fry. Loosely inserted is Insurance policy of Joseph Storrs Fry, 1873.


  515. Gloucestershire, Monmouth, Bristol ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet No. XXXV, Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size approx. 24" x 30", dissected and mounted on linen, folding into plain cloth boards. O.S. blindstamp 1860. £28.00

  516. Great Western Railway RATES OF PAY OF RAILWAYMEN Sliding Scale. At a meeting of the Central Wages Board.... it was agreed that.... the rates of pay of men in grades embraced in the Conciliation Scheme shall be reduced by 4s a week....' Card notice, March 30th 1921, setting out reductions for different staff. Some spotting, creases.... together with.... similar notice for June 28th 1922. 1921-2. £16.00

  517. Great Western Railway PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS Movement of Wagons by Engineering Deptartment Staff. Notice on card, describing four accidents which occurred, with directions for staff on how to avoid such incidents. 1st June 1932. £8.00

  518. (Greenough, G.B) GEOLOGICAL MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Reduced by Permission from the Map in 6 Sheets Published by the Geological Society. Reduced and drawn by J. Gardner, engraved by W. Gardner. Delicately hand-coloured map, dissected and mounted on linen, size approx. 27" x 21", scale approx. 11 miles to 1". Reference to the Several Geological Groups. Small splash mark just above title, inscription on verso of Richd. Fothergill, Caerleon. Published by J. Gardner, July 23rd, 1826. £150.00
    The 6 sheet map referred to is the first edition of Greenough.


  519. Hampshire and Sussex ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Parts of Sheet No. LXXXIV, LX, scale 6" to 1 mile, size 35" x 23" plus margins. Linen-backed, folding into 8vo wraps. 1932. £18.00
    Covers part of Portsmouth, Hayling Island, Chichester Harbour.


  520. Jones' VIEWS OF THE SEATS Mansions, Castles &c of Noblemen and Gentlemen.... No. 15 Second Series. 4to, original printed wraps, containing two engraved plates illustrating Beckford Hall and Blaise Castle, Gloucestershire, and Eastnor and Downton Castles, Hereford, plus 4pp. descriptive text. 1831. £18.00

  521. Kent (E), Pub. THE STAR Monday Feb. 23rd, 1803. Newspaper, 4pp, red tax stamp. Print on front page slightly faded. 1803. £10.00

  522. Lambert (J), Pr. THE MORNING CHRONICLE London, Thursday, August 30, 1798. 4pp., red tax stamp. 1798. £15.00

  523. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Co. EIGHT POUND PREFERENCE SHARES, 1888. Printed circular concerning the raising of additional capital, single sheet, printed on both sides, together with 4 small printed letters, MS inserts, confirming registration of shares for a Mr. Mair, Macclesfield. 1888. £14.00

    SOMERSET AND DORSET FARMS

  524. Lattiford Farm, Holton PARTICULARS WITH PLANS OF THE AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES ON THE BORDERS OF SOMERSET AND DORSET COMPRISING LATTIFORD FARM, HOLTON situated within 2 miles of Wincanton, 3 from Templecombe, 6 from Bruton and 8 from Sherborne and extending to 216a. 0r. 2p. also Ryalls Farm and Accommodatin Lands within 3 miles of Sturminster Newton, 4 miles from Templecombe and 2 miles from Stalbridge. 235a. 2r. 38p.... To be offered by Auction in Lots at the George Hotel, Frome, on Wednesday, the 3rd of June, 1914. Folio, key plan, 19pp, 2 coloured folding plans in pocket at rear. 1914. £30.00

  525. Laurie (R.H) SURVEY OF THE COUNTRY AROUND LONDON To the Distance of Thirty Two Miles from St. Pauls. Engraved map, roads, parkland and county boundaries hand coloured, size 24" x 31", dissected and mounted on linen, folding to 8vo, paper overall very slightly darkened. Inserted in slipcase with printed label, slightly rubbed at corners. Published 1839, additions 1840. £55.00

  526. Lavars's NEW MAP OF THE COUNTRY ROUND BRISTOL, BATH, WELLS &c. Engraved map hand coloured in outline, scale 1" = 2 miles, size 16" x 20", folding into 12mo boards, printed label. Decorative title, small table of distances from Bristol. c1870. £24.00
    Shows railways.


  527. London & Manchester MATHER'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY PRICE CURRENT OF DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Medical Glass, Proprietary Articles, Perfumery, Surgical Plaisters &c, &c. Folio, many wood engravings in text showing finely decorated chemists Show Jars, Carboys, Smelling Bottles, Scales, Tooth Forceps, Counter Show Cases, Hairbrushes etc. Title on first page with illustrations of their premises in London and Manchester. Back wrap torn across with some loss at an old fold, repaired with document tape, some tears in pages similarly repaired, neat repair down spine. January 10th, 1873. £40.00

  528. London Chatham & Dover Railway ARBITRATION Second and Final Award. 23pp., 8vo, printed wraps. With schedules of Land Purchases, Creditors, etc. 1871. £20.00

  529. Lowell and Petersham United States Mail Coaches WAY-BILL for Wednesday 9 October 1843. Size 8" x 9", printed heading with small vignette of coach either side, printed column headings, completed in MS, for Names, Seats, Where From, Where To, Price paid (with total money taken). 1843. £42.00
    Lists 12 passengers, some by name, others just 'Gent. & Lady' etc. Mr. Cash, for example, travelled from Templeton to Boston and paid one dollar fifty.


  530. Mayflower anniversary MAYFLOWER MAIL Official Arrival Edition. The Journal of Anglo-American Relations. No. 4, 1957. Colour wraps, 20pp, 4to.... together with.... Reprint from 'Illustrated London News', 4pp., folio, in special illustrated envelope, plus four copies of the 'Mayfllower Mail', 1956/7, nos. 3,4,5, and the 'Ship's Souvenir Paper', and a copy of the 'Pilgrim Times' newspaper. 7 items. 1956-7. £26.00

  531. Mentz, Germany PENCIL DRAWING Titled 'At Mentz'. Very detailed drawing in dark soft pencil, showing ruined masonry of some kind of church or abbey, with a cottage built into the ruins, tall church tower behind. On thin card, size 11" x 9", right margin trimmed. A few minor spots in sky area. c1825. £18.00

  532. Middlesex ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS Three maps, scale 25" to 1 mile, Sheets XXIV.7 and 12, XIX.4. Size 25" x 38". Covers Laleham, East and West Bedfont, Sipson. Editions of 1934-5. £14.00

  533. Midland & S. Western Junction Railway PROSPECTUS FOR FIRST MORTGAGE DEBENTURE STOCK 4pp., 4to, comprising form of Application and covering letter, and a ten-point prospectus setting out the extent and advantages of the new works. 1889. £25.00
    Gives a list of the towns and villages the line will accommodate 'Weyhill (noted for having the largest Sheep and Hop Fair in the South and West of England), Ludgershall, Cullingbourne.... Ashton Keynes and Cirencester (with its large agricultural college)....' etc.


  534. Military newspaper CAMBRAI JOURNAL Wednesday January 8th, 1817. Folio sheet of good quality paper, printed on both sides in two columns, in large type, fold, some minor creasing. The first section is dated London, 1st January 'Whilst the Festivities attendant on the present season, we here at home forget, for a while our present difficulties....', the next two sections dated 'Cambrai, 8th January, 1817' with report on the meet of the Cambrai hounds, speculation on the reason for the Commander's going to England, gossip about balls, ladies, jokes etc. 1817. £50.00
    Someone has made a few explanatory notes in the margin, supplying full names for people referred to in the text only by initials. They have also added 'This paper was attributed to C Company'


  535. Millan (B), Pr. THE SUN Number 5639. Monday, February 23rd, 1807. Newspaper, 4pp. Red tax stamp. 1807. £10.00
    Contains report of an execution at Newgate where eight spectators were trampled to death in the crush.


  536. Motorcycling SCRAP BOOK of a visit to the T.T. Races in the Isle of Man, 1951. 8vo album, paper leaves, containing 15 small commercial photos. of the island, and 72 amateur snaps of the races, weigh-ins, etc., size approx. 2" x 2", each titled in red beneath, with name of rider and type of machine. Also pasted in are a few souvenir items of ephemera such as tickets. 1951. £40.00
    Riders inlcude Tommy Woods, E. Lorenzetti (Moto Guzzi team), N. Pagani, R. Graham, B. Doran.


  537. Post Office REPORT of the Progress made in carrying into execution the Act of the last Session of Parliament, for providing a Site for a New Post Office. In two parts, with Return to An Order of the House of Commons.... 2pp., sm. folio. 16 Feb. 1816. £18.00

  538. Railway Clearing House OFFICIAL RAILWAY MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES Colour printed map showing railways in different colours, size 54" x 48", linen-backed and folding into rubbed morocco boards, gilt titled. Suface of map grubby, a few spots. c1910. £38.00

  539. Sanders (William) MAP OF THE BRISTOL COAL FIELDS AND COUNTRY ADJACENT In 19 Sheets. Geologically Surveyed by William Sanders, F.G.S. 1861. Scale 4 miles = 1 inch. 18 double page and one single page sheet, hand coloured, lithograph title with Index Table beneath. Pasted inside front board is Index map, with price list of individual sheets and the complete portfolio. Folio (25" x 18"), quarter calf, gilt, marbled boards, calf label on front board. Calf rubbed at edges, marbled paper slightly rubbed. Ex-library copy with small indeliple stamp inside front board and on verso of title. Signature of two previous owners on front endpaper. 1862. £2200.00
    Very scarce.


  540. Silver's INDIA RUBBER WORKS Handbill on yellow paper, 4to, showing 'Blackwell's Patent Fomenting Apparatus', with large illustration of a horse with the equipment in place on legs and back. c1890? £8.00
    The Company's works were at Silvertown, Victoria Docks, London, and at Manchester, Dublin and other cities.


  541. Somerset and Dorset PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM Oblong 4to album, cloth bound, containing 96 photographs in window mounts, many photographs 'ovals'. Size approx. 3" x 3". Titled on mount. Back inner hinge broken, 2" split at spine. c1910. £32.00
    Views include Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet, Bathampton, Padleigh Bottom, Freshford, Winford, Bowlish, Marston Biggott, Lulworth Cove, Portland.


  542. South London, Hounslow, Croydon, Tonbridge ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Composite map, size 25" x 38", woodland, roads, water-features and boundaries hand-coloured. Mounted on linen and folding into marbled wraps, inserted in cloth slip-case with label 'S.E. Environs of London'. 1901. £38.00

  543. Valentine's SNAPSHOTS 12 Real Photographs for Your Album. 5 sets, size 3" x 3", in original printed wraps, comprising: Keswick, Carlisle, Combe Martin, Lynton & Lynmouth, Ambleside, St. Ives, plus 5 similar sets of different publishers, comprising: Connel, Wells, Gloucester, Ilfracombe, Truro Cathedral. 10 items. c1925. £12.00

  544. Walton (Thomas), Pr. CONSERVATIVE JOURNAL And Church of England Gazette. Saturday Evening, January 5, 1839. Broadsheet newspaper, 8pp. Some wear at edge, possibly where once bound. 1839. £10.00
    Includes report on Conservative Dinner at Exeter, Poisoning Bullocks at Ashbocking, etc.


  545. Walton (Thomas), Pr. CONSERVATIVE JOURNAL And Church of England Gazette. Saturday Evening, January 12, 1839. Broadsheet newspaper, 8pp. Some wear at edge, possibly where once bound. 1839. £10.00
    Includes issue of shares for Stockton and Hartlepool Railway, long report on Charlotte Chapel Schools, Pimlico, murder of the Earl of Norbury, etc.


  546. Wedgwood EXHIBITION CATALOGUE of Early Wedgwood Pottery Exhibited at 34 Wigmore Street, London W.1., 1951. 4to, 110pp, spiral bound, wraps, many photographs including some in colour. Wraps slightly rubbed. 1951. £35.00
    Lists 289 exhibits.


  547. Whitaker & Co.'s LIST OF SHERIFFS, UNDER-SHERIFFS, Deputies and Agents for 1846. Large folio sheet, printed on one side only, folds, with decorative border and heading printed in blue. Advertises types of Law Stationery they offer down the side margins. 2" tear where folds meet, neatly repaired on verso. Whitaker & Company, Law Stationers and Printers, 1846. £32.00

  548. Wright (John), Pr. THE GREAT WESTERN ADVERTISER AND CHRONICLE For the Counties of Gloucester, Somerset, Wilts, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall.... Saturday, March 7, 1846. Broadsheet newspaper, 8pp. 2" brown stain under title. 1846. £17.00
    Includes notices for calls for Shares for Bristol and Exeter Railway, of sailings of steam packets from Bristol to Newport, St. Ives, Padstow, Quebec, New York, etc, with small woodcuts of trains, ships, and long report of meeting of Bristol and Exeter Railway and South Devon Railway Companies.


  549. Wyman (C) Pr. and Pub. THE RAILWAY TIMES Oct. 3, Oct. 24, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, Dec. 12, Dec. 19, 1846, and Jan. 2, Feb. 6, 1847. 8 issues of the magazine, each approx. 30pp., 4to, decorative woodcut of train under title. Most pages unopened, edges of paper brittle and chipped, spines worn, some front pages dusty. 1846-7.. £50.00
    Contains much information such as detailed reports on meeting of Railway Companies.


    General Acts

  550. Birmingham Canal AN ACT for enabling the Company of Proprietors of the Birmingham Canal Navigations to make new Canals and other Works; and for other Purposes. 27pp. 1854. £15.00

  551. Bristol and Exeter, Tiverton and North Devon, and Brean Railways AN ACT for further regulating the Capital of the Bristol and Exeter Railway Company, and for authorizing the Abandonment of the Tiverton and North Devon Railway; for extending the Time for making the Brean Railway.... 16pp. 1868. £10.00

  552. Bristol and Portishead AN ACT for granting further powers to the Bristol and Portishead Pier and Railway Company. 5pp. 1873. £10.00

  553. Calendar AN ACT for regulating the Commencement of the Year; and for Correcting the Calendar now in Use. 31pp., plus cover leaf, paper uniformly darkened throughout, with some off-setting. 1751. £35.00
    Inludes 22pp of tables.


  554. Church of England AN ACT to indemnify Persons who have omitted to make and subscribe the Declarations contained in the Act of Uniformity of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Years of King Charles the Second.... 4pp., plus cover leaf. 1734. £18.00

  555. Cornwall and Devon AN ACT for making Compensation to the Proprietors of certain Messuages.... in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon, purchased in pursuance of Two Acts of Parliament.... 33pp., plus cover leaf, Black Letter. 1782. £22.00

  556. Cornwall, Dorset & Somerset Estates AN ACT for confirming an Exchange between the Right Honourable Henry Stephen Earl of Ilchester and the Right Honourable George O'Brien Earl of Egremont, now deceased, and for effecting an exchange of Lands, by the last Will of the Right Honourable George Earl of Egremont, now deceased, directed to be sold, for Lands by that Will directed to be settled. 51pp. 1853. £16.00
    Includes a 5pp schedule of the land concerned at:- Broadway, Bickenhall, Stogursey, Stocklinch Ottersey, Luxborough, and Whitelackington.


  557. Fish Preservation AN ACT for the Encrease and better Preservation of Salmon and other Fish, in the Rivers within the Counties of Southampton and Wiltshire. Black Letter, 4pp. 1705. £15.00

  558. Gossington Hall, Gloucester, and Exeter AN ACT for effectuating a Conveyance of the Real Estates late of John Essington, Esquire, deceased to the Purchasors thereof, under a Decree or Order of the High Court of Chancery. 11pp., secured with staples. 1771. £18.00

  559. Great Western Railway AN ACT to amend the Acts relating to "The Great Western Railway;" and to raise a further Sum of Money for the Purposes of the said Undertaking. 22pp. 1839. £12.00

  560. Great Western Railway A BILL For Traffic and other Arrangements between the Great Western the Bristol and Exeter the South Devon and the London and South Western railway Companies and other Railway Companies and for other purposes and of which the short title is "South West of England Arrangements Act 1867". Title + 20pp. 1867. £16.00

  561. Hampshire and Berkshire AN ACT for continuing for Twenty-One Years.... Two Acts for amending and keeping in Repair the Roads leading from a Place called Fryer Bacon's Study to Chilton Pond.... and from the Top of Hinsey Hill to Foxcombe-hill Gate in the Road leading to Farringdon.... 4pp. 1798. £12.00

  562. Parish Registers AN ACT for the keeping regular, uniform, and annual Registers, of all Parish Poor Infants under a certain Age, within the Bills of Mortality. 5pp., plus cover leaf, and folding sample table. 1762. £15.00

  563. Post Office AN ACT to enable His Majesty's Postmaster General of Ireland to purchase Premises for the Enlargement of the General Post Office in the City of Dublin.... 4pp. 1807. £12.00

  564. Salisbury and Weymouth Railways AN ACT for making a Railway from the Great Western Railway to the City of Salisbury and Town of Weymouth, with other Railways in connexion therewith, to be called "The Wilts, Somerset, and Weymouth Railway." 56pp. 1845. £28.00
    With a 34 page schedule of the land and owners and occupiers concerned.


  565. Salisbury and Yeovil Railway AN ACT for authorizing the London and South-Western Railway Company to make new Works, and to make Arrangements with other Companies, and for authorizing a Lease to them of the the Salisbury and Yeovil Railway....39pp. 1858. £14.00

  566. Severn Valley Railway AN ACT for the making and maintaining of the Severn Valley Railway.... 31pp. Secured with small staples. 1855. £28.00

  567. Slavery AN ACT to amend the Act for the Abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies. 11pp. 1838. £20.00

  568. Sussex, Hants., Surrey AN ACT authorizing the Application of Part of the Trust Funds subject to the Trusts of the Will and Codicils of the late Sir Timothy Shelley to certain lasting Improvements upon Estates bought under the Trusts of such Will and Codicils. 18pp. Leaves secured with staples. 1851. £25.00
    Refers to Percy Florence Shelley, son of the poet.


  569. Tetbury, Malmesbury, Cricklade Sherstone Roads AN ACT for more effectually repairing, widening, and improving the Road from Tetbury.... to and from Malmesbury, to the Churchway in Lower Stanton Field.... there to join the Turnpike Road leading from Chippenham Bridge to Lower Stanton aforesaid; and from Malmesbury to the Turnpike Road at or near Jackament's Bottom.... and also the Road from Farringdon to Cricklade, from thence to Malmesbury, and to the Turnpike Road at Acton Turville; and also from Sherstone to the Turnpike Road leading from tetbury to Bath.... 40pp. 1798. £14.00

  570. Tin Exports AN ACT for taking off the Duties upon unwrought Tin exported to any of the Countries beyond the Cape of Good Hope. 2pp., plus title leaf, black letter. 1790. £14.00

  571. Warleggan, St. Winnow, Plympton St. Mary AN ACT to settle Estates in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon devised by the Will of the late Right Honourable Richard Hussey Baron Vivian deceased.... and to enable the Trustees.... to grant a Building Lease of Part of such devised Estates to the West Cornwall Railway Company.... 105pp., including 10p of detailed schedules. Sewing loose, sections held at spine with tape. 1853. £24.00

  572. Warminster, Frome, Woolverton Roads AN ACT for repairing the Roads from Warminster, and from Frome, to the Bath Road; and from Woolverton to the Trowbridge Road; in the Counties of Wilts and Somerset. 56pp. 1812. £18.00

  573. Wilts. & Glos. AN ACT to empower the Great Western Railway Company to make New Railways in the Counties of Wilts and Gloucester and for other purposes. 35pp., split into two sections, secured at margin with staples. 1896. £14.00
    Refers to land at Wootton Bassett, Westerleigh, Old Sodbury, etc.


  574. Yeovil to Exeter Railway AN ACT for the making by the London and Southwestern Railway Company of a Railway from Yeovil to Exeter, to be called "The Exeter Extension Railway".... 23pp. 1856. £22.00


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    Herefordshire Addenda


  575. Bryngwyn Estate THE PARTICULARS, PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF THE VALUABLE BRYNGWYN ESTATE.... Comprising A Substantially Built Mansion, Beautifully situiate in the midst of A Richly Timbered Park.... and the several farms known as The Cottage, Church House, Mileshiggins, The Grove, The Lowe, The Hill, The Old Lowe, Kevenwherven, Bettws Court, and the White House Farm, the whole comprising 1,587a. 0r. 27p..... also an Ornamental Cottage Residence known as Pool Cottage.... For Sale by Auction by Messrs. Debenham, Tewson, & Farmer, at the London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, in the City of London, On Thursday, July 6th, 1865. Folio, large coloured folding plan, 4" tear to plan without loss, 19pp, lacks one leaf of 'particulars,' folded, few short tears to margins. 1865. £20.00

  576. Burghill CONDITIONS OF SALE by Auction of the Great and Small Tithes.... payable to Thomas Jay and James Smith out of Certain Lands in the Townships of Tillington & Burghill.... To be Sold in Lots.... Single folio sheet, with attractively printed heading, printed on one side only. The original venue of the sale has been crossed through in ink and 'City Arms Hotel' added, while the date has been similarly changed to December 11th. R. Wright, Printer, Hereford, 1807. £28.00

  577. Eaton House Five miles from Hereford THE PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of the Valuable Estate & Residence known as EATON HOUSE, With offices, Gardens, Pleasure Ground and Fish Pond, On the Banks of the Beautiful River Wye.... also Lane Head Farm.... and Three Hundred & twenty-Four Acres.... Which will be Sold by Auction.... On Wednesday, the 19th day of July, 1854. Folio, 5pp, folded, large coloured folding plan. 1854. £36.00

  578. Hawkersland Estate PARTICULARS, PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF THE HAWKERSLAND ESTATE, and other Lands, and of A Villa Residence, called Hawkersland Cross in the Parish of Marden.... also of The Wyatt Farm, in the Parishes of Marden and Sutton.... and of Houses and Lands, near Venn's Green, and in Lugg Meadow.... which will Mr Sunderland, Sen. will submit to Public Auction, at the Mitre, in the City of Hereford, On Thursday, the 15th day of July, 1880. Folio, large coloured folding plan loosely inserted, 6pp, folded, docket title. 1880. £24.00

  579. Huntingdon, near Kington PARTICULARS, AND PLAN OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS, Called "Pen-Y-Lan" and Middle Hengoed," the whole containing 147a. 1r. 30p.... Messrs. W.G. Preece & Son Will Sell by Auction, in One Lot, At the "Oxford Arms Hotel," Kington, On Monday the 26th day of August, 1878. Folio, large coloured folding plan, 2pp, folded, docket title. 1878. £24.00

  580. Huntington FREEHOLD ESTATE CALLED "UPPER" OR "LITTLE HENGOED," Situate in the Parish of Huntington. Containing 40a. 2r. 7p. Messrs Ball & Blakeley Are instucted to Sell by Auction, at the Talbot Hotel, Kington, On Tuesday, the 23rd day of October, 1877. Folio, folding plan, 2pp, folded, docket title, few short tears to margins. 1877. £18.00

  581. Longtown PARTICULARS, PLAN, AND CONDITIONS OF SALE, OF A VALUABLE FRAM CALLED THE MAERDY, Situate in the Townships of Longtown and Newton, Herefordshire, which will be offered for Sale by Auction, by Messrs. Rogers, Hamar, & Pye, at the Spread Eagle Inn, in the City of Hereford, On Wednesday, the 29th day of June, 1881. Folio, large coloured folding plan loosely inserted, 3pp, folded, docket title. 1881. £18.00

  582. Longworth House and Hagley Park PARTICULARS, PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF VALUABLE AND ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATES OF ROBERT BIDDULPH PHILLIPS, ESQ..... Comprising Longworth House and Hagley Park, With a most picturesque Domain of 517 Acres. For Sale by Auction, At Garraway's Coffee-House, Change Alley, Cornhill, On Friday, September 9th, 1864. Folio, large coloured folding plan showing 2 vignette views of the properties loosely inserted, 7pp, folded, docket title. 1864. £36.00

  583. Lugwardine PARTICULARS, PLANS AND OF A SMALL FARM AND ELIGIBLE BUILDING LANDS, situate in the Village and Parish of Lugwardine.... Advertised to be Sold by Auction by Mr Stephen Broad, at the Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford, on WEdnesday, the 21st day of September, 1864. Folio, double-page coloured plan, 2pp, folded, docket title. 1864. £18.00

  584. Lugwardine TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION FREEHOLD AND COPYHOLD PROPERTY.... To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Orlando Shellard, On Thursday, the 25th day of June, 1896, at the Room of the Herefordshire Law Society. Folio, coloured folding plan, 3pp, folded, docket title. 1896. £16.00

  585. Lyonshall PARTICULARS AND PLAN OF TWO VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS called "Newhouse" and "Summer Court," In the parish of Lyonshall in the County of Herford.... which will be Sold by Auction by Mr C.F. Blakeley the Oxford Arms Hotel, Kington, On Thursday, the 28th day of July, 1898. Folio, large coloured folding plan, docket title, 4pp. 1898 £21.00

  586. Monkland TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION at The Builder's Arms Inn, Monkland.... 27th September, 1843, A Substantial Messuage called 'The Builders Arms.... Poster, size 21" x 13", listing 11 Lots. Fold. Small piece torn from top left corner in blank area, some minor off-setting. 1843. £18.00

  587. Oates (J. Arnway), Worcester, Surveyor PLAN OF THE CATLEY COURT FARM Parish of Bosbury, County of Hereford. Manuscript plan in ink and colour wash, on Whatman paper, size 29" x 20", plus margins. Scale 3 chains to 1". With Reference Table giving cultivation and quantities, large title with decorative lettering, border, decorative compass rose. Finely drawn, with trees in orchards, hedges etc. Names adjoining owners. Bottom 6" of paper slightly dusty. c1880. £120.00

  588. Oates (J. Arnway), Worcester, Surveyor PLAN OF THE GREAT CATLEY FARM Parish of Bosbury, County of Hereford. Manuscript plan in ink and colour wash, on Whatman paper, size 32" x 24", plus margins. Scale 3 chains to 1". With Reference Table giving cultivation and quantities of 34 plots, large title with decorative lettering, border, decorative compass rose. Finely drawn, with trees trees in orchards, hedges etc. Names adjoining owners. Small snag in paper above title, repaired on versom bottom 6" of paper slightly dusty. 1881. £120.00

  589. Oates (J. Arnway), Worcester, Surveyor PLAN OF THE GREAT CATLEY, CATLEY COURT AND LITTLE CATLEY FARMS in the County of Hereford. Corrected from the Tithe Map by J. Arnway Oates, Surveyor, Worcester. Finely drawn manuscript plan, scale 3 chains to 1", in ink and 6 colours of wash, on thick paper abacked with linen, edged with green silk tape. With large Reference Table bottom left, listing plots under the names of five different occupiers, with no. on Tithe Map, Name of Pieces, State, Quantities; large title with decorative lettering, border with very decorative leaves etc. at corners, fine compass rose. Shows different types of orchard, coniferous trees, etc., arable land with stooks of corn, hedges. Adjoining owners named. Two small blotches near Reference Table, some minor vertical creasing in paper at top and bottom, paper slightly dusty. c1880. £210.00

  590. Peterchurch PARTICULARS WITH PLAN OF AN ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD ESTATE Comprising a desirable Farm known as "Hinton Court,".... "Hinton Farm," also several excellent Small Holdings.... Edwards & Russell Are instructed to Sell by Auction.... the 13th day of July, 1910. Folio, large coloured folding plan loosely inserted, 3pp, folded, docket title. 1910. £20.00

  591. Poston Court Estate THE PARTICULARS AND PLANS.... COMPRISING THE OUTLYING PORTIONS OF THE POSTON COURT ESTATE, Situate in the Parishes of Madley, Kingston, Abbey Dore, Vowchurch, Peterchurch, St. Margaret's & Canon Pyon, comprising The Farms, known as "Webton," Blackmoor," "Hinton," Merryhurst," and the "Slad," With excellent Farm Houses and Homesteads attached, "The Boughton Arms," Peterchurch, and numerous Cottages & Enclosures of Accommodation Land Containing altogether about 1,261a. 1r. 39p. For Sale by Auction by Messrs. Debenham, Tewson & Farmer At the "Green Dragon Hotel," in the City of Hereford, On Wednesday, December 11th, 1878. Folio, with 2 large coloured folding plans, 18pp, original wraps. First Edition, 1878 £45.00

  592. Preston-on-Wye, Bodenham, and Hereford PARTICULARS, PLANS, AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF VERY VALUABLE ESTATES, Situate in the parishes of Preston-on-Wye, and Bodenham.... of a Freehold Public House, with Dwelling Houses and Occupation Land adjoining Widemarsh Common, in the outskirts of the City of Hereford.... And desirable Grazing and Occupation Land at Tupsley.... which Mr Orlando Shellard will offer for Sale by Auction, at the Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford, on Thursday, the 4th day of July, 1878. Folio, with 2 large coloured folding plans, 4pp, folded, docket title. 1878. £24.00

  593. St. Margarets, Ewyas Harold and Hereford PARTICULARS AND PLAN of a freehold Farm called "Woodlands Farm," At St.Margarets; A Convenient Cottage Holding called "Elm Bridge Cottage," at Ewyas Harold; and Valuable Freehold Properties In the City of Hereford. To be Sold by Auction by Mr. F.H.Merrick, at the Law Society's Room, East Street, Hereford, On Wednesday, the 9th day of July, 1902. Folio, large coloured folding plan loosely inserted, 3pp, original wraps, folded. 1902. £20.00

  594. Stoke Prior and Peterchurch, Herefordshire PARTICULARS AND PLAN OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS AND OTHER PROPERTIES. Mr Edwin Stooke Will Sell By Auction, at the law Society's Room, East Street, Hereford, On Wednesday, the 21st August, 1901. A Freehold Farm Called "Heath House," At Stoke Prior.... A Freehold Farm Called "Urishay Villa," At Peterchurch.... Several Cottage Properties At Westfields, Tupsley and Holmer near the City of Hereford.... Folio, large coloured folding plan, 4pp, original printed wraps, 4pp, folded. 1901. £25.00

  595. Stoke Prior PARTICULARS AND PLAN OF A VERY VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE KNOWN AS "HEATH FARM" Situate in the Parish of Stoke Prior.... which Mr Henry Newman will offer for Sale by Public Auction in Two Lots, At the Gren Dragon Hotel, Hereford, On Wednesday, the 15th day of October, 1884. Folio, coloured folding plan loosely inserted, 3pp, folded, docket title, few pencil and ink notes. 1884. £16.00

  596. Water Corn Mill, Woolhope PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF A VALUABLE WATER CORN MILL, and other Property, Situate in the Parish of Woolhope.... which will be Sold by Auction.... By Mr. Edwin Stoke.... at Howlett's Hotel, in the City of Herford, On Wednesday, the 29th day of March, 1876. Folio, large coloured folding plan, 3pp, folded, docket title slightly dusty, a few pencil calculations to verso of plan. 1876. £22.00

  597. Welsh Newton TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION ALL THAT RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY CALLED "NEWTON LODGE," To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Orlando Shellard, On Thursday, the 22nd day of August, 1895, at the King's Head Inn, Monmouth. Folio, large coloured folding plan, 3pp, folded, docket title. 1895. £18.00

  598. Weston Beggard and Dormington PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of a Valuable Freehold Estate.... to be Sold by Auction at the City Arms Hotel, Hereford, Monday the 11th Day of October, 1847.... The Bartestree Court Estate, situate in the Township of Bartestree.... in Extent 253A. 3R. 4P.... upon the Estate is An Excellent and Picturesque Residence with Two Pieces of Water.... the Orchards are capable of producing Two Hundred Hogsheads of Cider.... 2pp., plus docket title, fine double-page handcoloured plan, with Reference table giving field names, Cultivation etc. 1847. £32.00

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