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A very good copy in a good dustwrapper which is chipped and torn at the top of the spine. Pp.xii,276. This is an examination of traditional Englisg folksongs, local songs of regional interest and working-class poetry.
Published : Batsford Academic, London 1980, First Edition
A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. Previous owner's name etc. on front-endpaper and traces of sellotape marks on end-papers. 194pp. Photographic illus. This is the story of some of the personalities, traditions and legends of the Lake District.
Published : Westmorland Gazette, Kendall 1973, First Edition
Hardback. A good plus copy in olive green cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and upper board. Ownership inscription on front free end-paper. 538 pages. 32 illustrations. 6 maps and plans (three folding). The history of a parish in the north-east of England.
Published : The Northumberland Press Ltd, Newdastle-Upon-Tyne 1923, First Edition
Hardback. 4to. A very good copy in a rather torn dustwrapper. Small ownership label on front end-paper. Pp.iv,496. This is a facsimile reprint of the 1848 edition.
Published : The Mercat Press, Edinburgh 1979,
4to. A very good copy in a fair dustwrapper which has a substantial tear up the join between the spine and the rear panel and a few other smallish tears and chips. The book itself is a lovely bright copy its only fault being a little foxing. Pp.xx,504. Illustrations, maps and plans.
Published : Oxford University Press 1959, First Edition
A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Pp.xxiv,232. Maps, tables and figures. Describes the administration of Devon during the two decades after the execution of Charles 1 in 1649.
Published : University of Exeter 1985, First Edition
A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. 325pp. 54 illustrations and maps. A nice clean copy without foxing or ownership inscription.
Published : Seeley Service &Co, London 1968, First Edition
A good copy in the original covers, decorated and lettered in black on upper board. Undated but preface states two years after first edition so 1858. No ownership inscription and not foxed. Pp.[x],72 + 7pp "Supplementary Chapter." 35 engravings. 3 maps. This third edition is "in so cheap a form that I trust all Tourists to these charming Islands will take me with them as a Guide and a Companion."
Published : L. Booth, London, Third Edition
Hardback. A fine copy. The dustwrapper is near fine with just a small piece rubbed from the surface near the foot of the spine. Pp.xii,303. Frontispiece. A study of who gave counsel and how it operated in England and Scotland between the 14th and 17th centuries. This is no. 204 in the series entitled "Proceedings of the British Academy."
Published : Published for the British Academy By Oxford University Press, Oxford 2016, First Edition
A very good copy in a near very good dustwrapper with a stain on the spine. Gift inscription on front end-paper. Some fore-edge foxing. Pp.viii,222.
Published : Macmillan, London 1945, First Edition
A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper which is clean, complete and untorn. No ownership inscription and not foxed. 244 pages. Illustrated including colour frontispiece.
Published : David & Charles, Newton Abbot 1969, First Edition
A good copy in green cloth lettered and decorated in black. Spine a little faded and marked. Very small paper label on spine and school library label and stamp on end-papers. Otherwise a nice copy internally. Ppxlvi,238 + 127pp Appendices and index. 3 maps. This edition has an Introductory Note on "The Unit of Family Holding under Early Tribal Custom".
Published : Longmans Green & Co, London 1904, Second Edition
A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. 192pp. Illustrated. A collection of essays on country houses in Wessex and some of the famous people who lived in them.
Published : G.F. Wilson & Co. Ltd., Southampton 1956, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in maroon cloth lettered in gilt. No ownership inscription or other internal marking. Pp.viii,340. A discussion of changes in manners and customs, mainly in England between the earlier and later parts of the 19th century.
Published : William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London 1888, Second Edition
Hardback. A near very good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and with a crest in gilt on the upper board. Some fading to the spine but the lettering remains clear. The boards are now protected in a clear removable sleeve. Inscribed presentation copy from the author on the title page to Revd. D.B. Harris whose ownership inacription appears on the front free end-paper. Pp.xix,240 + 8pp publisher's catalogue. 12 illustrations. 9 maps and plans.
Published : Methuen & Co, London 1932, Second Edition, Revised
A very good copy in a near very good, complete, dustwrapper. Light fore-edge foxing. Pp.xv,304. Frontispiece and 30 illustrations. Two folding family pedigrees at end. Errata slip.This is a history of the Shaw family of Lancashire. A nice copy and uncommon in dustwrapper.
Published : The Guardian Press, Preston 1940, First Edition
4to. A very good copy in a very good, complete and untorn dustwrapper. A clean copy without foxing or ownership inscription. 160 pages. Numerous engravings. A classic work first published in 1829.
Published : Bracken Books, London 1983, Reprint
Hardback. A very good copy in the original boards which are now protected in a clear, removable, sleeve. The main volume is dated 1928 with the bound-in Supplement dated 1930. Main volume - pp.xv,194. Supplement - pp.v,57. The main volume contains chapters I - XVII (with an Appendix on "Some Typical Wills") + 27 illustrations. The Supplement contains Chapters XVIII - XXIII, its own Index + 9 additional illustrations and a folding map of the parish. The history of a parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Published : J.S. Newsome & Son, Batley, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in green cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and upper board. Ownership inscription on front free end-paper. Pp.ix,278. 13 illustrations. Large folding map in rear pocket. The object of the book "is to provide easy reference to nearly every place connected with Border fighting on the English side, as well as some account of Border history from the earliest days."
Published : Andrew Reid & Co, Newcastle Upon Tyne 1927, First Edition
Illustrated by Gavarni.
Hardback. A good copy in red cloth lettered and decorated in gilt on the spine and lettered in gilt on the upper board. A little wear to spine ends and edges. Some dulling/darkening to spine. All edges gilt. Gift inscription on front end-paper. 188 pages. 22 illustrations "designed and drawn on wood by Gavarni and engraved by Henry Vizetelly." [Note: The illustration for the chapter entitled "Easter and Whitsun Holidays" is lacking].
Published : Dean & Son, London,
Hardback.A good copy in green cloth with gilt decorated spine and upper board. Spine dull and some marking to boards. All edges gilt. Ownership inscription and bookplate. Pp.244. Engraved frontispiece and fully-illustrated title page by Hablot K. Browne ("Phiz"). (The 1849 first edition was issued without illustrations and in a plain binding). Amusing satirical sketches written while Lewis was at Trinity, Cambridge. He later became a barrister and MP.
Published : George Earle, London 1850, Second Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt. In a dustwrapper which would be very good but for fading to the red spine lettering. The wrapper is now protected in a clear, removable, sleeve. A nice clean copy internally with no ownership inscription or other marking. 423 pages. Numerous illustrations throughout. Written and compiled by the staff of "The Luton News" this book was first published in 1947 and is the most comprehensive and fascinating account of Luton during the Second World War.
Published : Bedfordshire County Library 1982, Reprint
A very good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt on spine. 322pp. Frontispiece and 14 illustrations. Introduction by the editor.
Published : Arrowsmith, London 1927, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in marbled boards with cream cloth spine. 500 copies. This copy unnumbered. Pp.xiii,65. Frontispiece. Facsimile of part of original manuscript. Throws light on the manners and customs of high society in the latter part of the 18th century.
Published : Oxford University Press 1928, First Edition
Illustrated by Herbert Railton.
Large 4to. A well-worn copy externally. Internally very good. Small gift inscription. Pp.xiv,291. 24 tinted lithographs. 29 black and white illustrations.
Published : J.M. Dent, London 1903, First Edition
Hardback. Nd. but c.1860. A good copy in maroon cloth with some superficial damp-spotting/fading to the spine and upper board. Pp.iv,200 + 66pp. advertisements and 2pp index to advertisements. Double-page map + 12 (of 13) illustrations lacking the illustration of Nonsuch Palace. An interesting early guide-book with fascinating advertisements.
Published : John Nelson Collingwood, London, First Edition
Hardback. A good copy in red blind patterned cloth lettered in gilt on the spine. A little wear and tear to spine ends. No ownership inscription. Partly unopened. 354 pages. This work, which commences with a letter addressed to William Gladstone when Chancellor of the Exchequer, sets out suggested reforms to the Civil Service to enhance the efficient functioning of government in Britain.
Published : Printed for Private Circulation, London 1953, First Edition
Softback. A fair to good copy in paper covers which have tears and minor chipping to the spine. Previous owner's name at head of front cover. Some rusting to staples. 86 pages.
Published : Fabian Society , London 1920,
A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. 4to. 398pp. 4 colour plates. 43 monochrome plates. 205 figures. Describes over 500 monuments.
Published : Her Majesty's Stationery Office, Cardiff 1982, First Edition
Hardback. 4to. Dark green cloth. The spine has been replaced with red tape. Front hinges cracked. Some foxing. Inscribed presentation copy from the Earl of Verulam to the Earl of Dartrey with the latter's bookplate. 32 pages. Two colour plates. Includes King Henry VI's Instructions to his Ambassadors to the Duchess of Burgundy including Edward Grimston. The portrait of Edward Grimston (which belonged to the Earl of Verulam) was painted in 1446 and is one of the earliest English painted portraits. Includes Notes on Edward Grimston by A. W. Franks.
Published : J. B. Nichols and Sons, London 1870, First Edition
Softback. . A near fine copy. 704 pages. This is a facsimile reprint of the first edition of 1921. Includes a full list, with many short biographies, of all 26,000 persons appointed to the order up to Februrary 1921.
Published : Naval & Military Press, Reprint
Hardback. A very good copy in publisher's blue cloth with title in gilt on spine. No inscriptions. Pp.xiv,178. Numerous black and white illustrations. In a very good price-clipped dustwrapper which is now protected in a clear removable sleeve. A volume in the publisher's "English Life" series.
Published : B.T. Batsford Ltd., London 1967, Second Impression
Hardback. A very good copy in publisher's brown cloth with title in gilt on front board and on spine. Endpapers browned. No inscriptions. Black and white frontispiece by Harold Oakley. 268 pages.Good plus dustwrapper which is a little chipped at head of spine and which is now protected in a removable cover.
Published : Cassell & Co.,Ltd., London 1921, First Edition
A very good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and upper board. Top edge gilt. Marbled end-papers. Ownership inscription. Some fore-edge foxing. Pp.vii,232. 6 portrait illustrations. Chapter4 headings include "The Prince Regent and the Royal Family", "A Famous Whig Hostess", "Queen Victoria's Mentor" etc.
Published : The Ambrose Company Ltd, London 1907, First Edition
Hardback. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Pp.x,278. 125 black and white illustrations. "This penetrating new micro-study of Shropshire examines in detail the whole range of artefacts, images, structures, sites and landscapes which relate to manufactures or mines and their associated transport and social systems."
Published : Phillimore & Co 1996, First Edition
A very good copy in a good, slightly edgeworn, dustwrapper. Gift inscription. Pp.xxii,282. Many illustrations.
Published : Phoenix House, London 1965, First Edition
Hardback. A near very good copy in blind-stamped dark brown cloth lettered in gilt. Moderate wear to spine ends and edges. Pp.vii,416. Frontispiece and four plates of Lake District scenery. This is a work of fiction the profits from which were to go to the Church Missionary Society. There are three factual Appendices entitled "Brief View of the Plan and Operations of the British and Foreign Bible Society and of Kindred Institutions throughout the World;" "The Present Position and Future Prospects of the Church Missionary Society", and "Religious Tract Society, Instituted 1799; Its Principles, Objects and Operations".
Published : J. Hatchard and Son, London 1848, First Edition
Hardback. 24mo. A good plus copy with marbled boards and cord ties. Green cloth spine (rebacked).. Paper title label on upper board a little rubbed. Some rubbing to boards at tips. No ownership inscription and not foxed. Hand coloured frontispiece and many black and white illustrations. 137 pages + adverts. A nice tight copy.
Published : Field & Tuer The Leadenhall Press, London 1885,
Hardback. Nd. c.1968. A very good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt. In a good dustwrapper which shows some edge-wear and some fading to the spine. Pp.xix,300. 19 illustrations. 4 maps.
Published : Cassell, London 1960, New Edition
A very good copy in a good dustwrapper with remains of a piece of sellotape across the foot. 167pp. 79 illus. This is the first full-length study of the English guide book.
Published : David & Charles, Newton Abbot 1974, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. Ownership inscription on front end-paper. 189 pages. Frontispiece and 22 illustrations. This is the diary, from 1820 to 1852, of the Reverend Francis Edward Witts, who was Rector of Upper Slaughter. It "throws new light on to a fascinating period of English social history."
Published : Alan Sutton 1978, First Edition
A very good copy. 115pp + 56 plates. The rubbings are classified and arranged in chronological order and date back as far as the 13th century.
Published : HMSO, London 1915, First Edition
A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. Pp.xii,397. A comprehensive picture of English genealogy in relation to English history.
Published : Clarendon Press, Oxford 1960, First Edition
Hardback. A good plus copy in a full leather binding which has been rebacked with new end-papers. Marbled edges and end-papers. Small ex libris label on front fixed end-paper. Pp.iv,454 + notes, itinerary and publisher's adverts. Folding map (with a tear without loss). Consists of a tour of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
Published : Darton, Harvey and Darton, London 1818, Ninth Edition
Hardback. Nd. Early 1870s? A good copy in brown cloth lettered and decorated in gilt. Bevelled edges. All edges gilt. Some wear to board tips. No ownership inscription. Some foxing. Smallish ink? mark at foot of a few later pages. Pp.,182. 15 mounted photographs of which 12 are full-page with tissue-guards. Photograph available on request.
Published : Provost & Co, London, New Edition
A very good copy in quarter leather which is a little scuffed. Original paper covers bound in. Two bookplates. 119 pages. 12 illustrations including 3 folding. Tipped in is a small extract which appears to be from The Spectator of August 12, 1738: "On Saturday last some sailors went up the monument and placed a live turkey on the top thereof, which in a short time drew a prodigious number of gazers; by which means the press gangs in the street pick'd up a great number of proper persons for manning his Majesty's fleet"!
Published : Prepared and Printed Under the Direction of the City Lands Committee of the Corporation of the City of London 1893, First Edition
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