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71226: CLOUGH: - Expansion of the British Empire.
73343: CLUNES, ALEC: - The British Theatre.
78008: CLUNESS, ANDREW T.: - The County Books. The Shetland Isles.
54227: CLUNN, H.P: - The Face of the Home Counties. Portrayed in a Series of 18 week-end drives from London.
73590: COBB, RICHARD: - Paris and its Provinces. 1792-1802.
73976: COBB, RICHARD: - French and Germans, Germans and French. A Personal Interpretation of France under Two Occupations 1914-1918 / 1940-1944.
73975: COBB, RICHARD: - Still Life. Sketches from a Tunbridge Wells Childhood.
77240: COBBETT, WILLIAM: - Rural Rides An Abridgment with biographical Introduction by E. R. Chamberlain.
73560: COCHRANE, C.: - Poole Bay and Purbeck (1) 300 BC-AD 1600. (2) 1660-1920. two volumes.
75531: COCHRANE, IAN; - Jesus on a Stick
50209: COCHRANE, R.(COMPILED & SELECTED BY): - The Treasury of Modern Biography. A Gallery of Literary Sketches of Eminent Men and Women of the Nineteenth Century.
70108: COCHRANE, C.: - Poole Bay and Purbeck. 300 BC - AD 1660.
78010: COHEN-PORTHEIM, PAUL; - The Spirit of London. Revised by Raymond Mortimer. The British Heritage Series
52250: COHEN EDWIN - Birds of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
77180: COKE, EDWARDO; - The First Part of the Institutes of the Law of England. In Three Volumes. Or, a Commentary upon Littleton; Not the name of the Author, but of the Law itself. The Fifteenth Edition, Revised Corrected, with further additions of notes, references, and proper tables by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler. Including also the notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor of Nottingham, and Analysis of Littleton written in 1658-9
77134: COLE, NATHAN; - The Royal Parks and Gardens of London, Their History and Mode of Embellishment, with hints on the propagation and culture of the plants employed. The Artistic Arrangement of Colours, &c. With Numerous Wood Engravings and Geometrical Designs.
74037: COLEMAN, LONNIE: - The Legacy of Beulah Land.
72810: COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR: - The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge including poems and versions of poems now published for the first time. Edited with textual and bibliographical notes by Ernest Hartley Coleridge. In two volumes. Vol I: Poems, Vol II: Dramatic Works and Appendices.
69341: COLERIDGE, HARTLEY: - Biographia Borealis; or the lives of distinguished northerners.
64934: COLES, MANNING: - The Three Beans. The twentieth Secret Service adventure of Thomas Elphinstone Hambledon of British Intelligence.
68971: COLES, J.M. / HARDING, A.F.: - The Bronze Age in Europe. An introduction to the prehistory of Europe c2000-700BC.
71976: COLLIER, ANN: - Creative Design in Bobbin Lace.
64921: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Under the Meteor Flag. The Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolutionary War.
75622: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Through Veld and Forest. An African Story. Illustrated by Arch. Webb.
78471: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Through Veld and Forest. An African Story. Illustrated by Arch. Webb.
44926: COLLINS, WILLIALM: - Drafts & Fragments of Verse. Edited from the Manuscripts by J. S. Cunningham.
75232: COLLINS, WILKIE; - Four Mysteries The Woman in White; No Name; Arma Dale & The Moon Stone. Boxed.
74992: COLLINS; - Graphic Stories of Kings. With Eight Illustrations in Colour and More in Black and White.
74021: COLLINS, LARRY: - Fall From Grace.
78149: COLLINS, WILLIAM; BLUNDEN, EDMUND; - The Poems of William Collins. Edited with an introductory essay by Edmund Blunden.
73288: COLLINS, IRENE: - Jane Austen and the Clergy.
70492: COLLIS, JOHN: - The European Iron Age.
73625: COLQUHOUN, KATE: - Mr.Briggs’ Hat. A Sensational Account of Britain’s First Railway Murder.
76578: COLVILLE, GEORGE M.; - Five Open Champions and the Musselburgh Golf Story. SIGNED by Author and Peter Alliss.
60765: COLVILLE, ROBERT: - The County Books. London, The Northern Reaches.
73339: COLWELL, STELLA: - The Family History Book. A Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors.
46446: COMER, M.J.: - Corporate Fraud.
67828: COMFORT, ELIZABETH MAXWELL: - Grizzly’s Little Pard.
55915: CONDON, RICHARD: - Arigato. A novel.
77741: CONDRY, W.M.: - The Snowdonia National Park. (The New Naturalist 47).
75526: (47) CONDRY, W.M.: - The Snowdonia National Park. (The New Naturalist 47).
78113: CONFUCIUS; LAU, D.C.; - Confucius, The Analects, Lun Yü. Translated with an Introduction by D. C. Lau. Preface by A. C. Grayling.
69502: CONNOLLY, JOSEPH: - P.G.Wodehouse. An Illustrated Biography. With complete bibliography and collectors guide.
68833: CONNOLLY, JOSEPH: - Children’s Modern First Editions Their Value to Collectors.
76941: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - The Mirror of The Sea. Memories and Impressions.
76942: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - The Shadow Line, A Confession. The Wayfarer’s Library.
71008: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - Typhoon. The Nigger of the ‘Narcissus’ and Other Stories. Illustrations by Francis Mosley. Introduction by Paul Theroux.
74998: CONWAY, PETER; - Revised Proof.
74650: CONYBEARE, REV. W. D.; PHILLIPS, WILLIAM; - Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales. With an introductory compendium of the general principles of that science and Comparative views of the Structure of Foreign Countries. Illustrated by a Coloured Map and Sections &c. Part 1.
74995: COOK, E. T.; - Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens.
76752: COOK, DR. FREDERICK A.; - My Attainment of the Pole. Being the Record of the Expedition that First Reached the Boreal Center 1907-1909. With the Final Summary of the Polar Controversy.
76696: COOK, SIR ALBERT R.; - Uganda Memories (18997-1940) Limited Numbered & Signed Edition.
76903: COOKE, M.C.: - A Plain and Easy Account of British Fungi. With especial reference to the Esculent and Economic Species. With coloured plates of thirty-four species and numerous woodcuts.
71123: COOKE, ROBERT: - Athelhampton.
78201: COOKE, M.C.: - British Fungi. A plain and easy account of British Fungi with especial reference to the Esculent and Economic Species. Sixth edition, revised. With coloured plates of thirty four species and numerous woodcuts.
77064: COOKE, WILLIAM; - The Medallic History of Imperial Rome; From the First Triumvirate, Under Pompey, Crassus, and Caesar, To the Removal of the Imperial Seat by Constantine The Great. With the Several Medals and Coins, accurately copied and curiously engraven. To which is prefixed, and introduction containing A General History of Roman Medals. In Two Volumes.
77943: COOKE, GEO; PROUT, S.; - Weymouth Castle, Dorsetshire. Antique Hand Coloured Engraving, With a Historical Description.
77944: COOKE, GEO; PROUT, S.; ALLEN, J.C.; - Lulworth Cliffs, Dorsetshire. Antique Hand Coloured Engraving, With a Historical Description.
56442: COOKSON, G.M.: - The Dark Companion.
70754: COOLIDGE, OLIVIA: - Caesar’s Gallic War. With line decorations by William Stobbs.
75148: COOPER, LETTICE: - The County Books. Yorkshire, West Riding.
75943: (COOPER, A. HEATON / TYNDALE, W.) LOCK, H.O.: - Dorset.
74457: COOPER, J. FENIMORE, - Homeward Bound: Or, The Chase. AND Eve Effingham; A Sequel To Homeward Bound. A Tale of The Sea. A New Edition. Two Volumes in One.
69776: COOPER, A.HEATON: - Suffolk water-colours.
66742: COOPER, GEOFFREY: - Farnborough and the Fleet Air Arm. A History of the Naval Aircraft Department of the Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough Hampshire. Signed copy.
77724: CORBET, PHILLIP; BROOKS, STEPHEN; - Dragonflies. The New Naturalist (41.)
72789: CORBET, P.S. / LONGFIELD, CYNTHIA / MOORE, N.W.: - Dragonflies. The New Naturalist 41.
72865: CORDINGLY, DAVID: - Spanish Gold. Captain Woodes Rogers and the Pirates of the Caribbean.
76773: CORNER, GEORGE W.; - Doctor Kane of the Arctic Seas
67229: CORNWELL, PATRICIA: - Trace. The New Scarpetta Novel.
76160: CORNWELL, BERNARD; - The Grail Quest Series. Harlequin; Vagabond; & Heretic. Three Volumes.
70744: CORPE, HILDA R.: - Prisoner Beyond the Chindwin. With a foreword by Frank Owen.
77958: CORYATE, THOMAS - Coryat's Crudities To which are now added, His Letters from India, &c. and extracts relating to him, From Various Authors: being A more particular Account of his Travels (mostly on Foot) in different Parts of the Globe, than any hitherto published. Together with his Orations, Character, Death, &c.
67510: COSTAIN, THOMAS: - Below the Salt.
44511: ( COSTUME ) TRUMAN, NEVIL: - Historic Costuming.
44515: ( COSTUME ) KOEHLER, CARL / VON SICHART, E. (ED.): - A History of Costume.
70535: COTTON, M.AYLWIN / GATHERCOLE, P.W.: - Excavations at Clausentum Southampton 1951-1954. Ministry of Works Archaeological Reports No.2.
73491: COULSTOCK, P.H.: - The Collegiate Church of Wimborne Minster. Studies in the History of Medieval Religion 5.
72741: COULTON, G.G.: - The Chronicler of European Chivalry. Froissart and his Chronicles.
75157: COWARD, T.A; - Life of the Wayside & Woodland. When, Where, and What to Observe and Collect. A Handy Guide with descriptive Text.
73264: COWEN, PAINTON: - English Stained Glass. With 200 colour illustrations.
58617: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.18.
75413: COX, BERNARD; - Paddle Steamers.
69057: COX, J.CHARLES: - Pulpits, Lecterns, & Organs in English Churches. With 155 illustrations.
76992: COX, BENJAMIN G.; - The Book of Blandford Forum The Story of the Town’s Past.
58622: COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.32.
58621: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.29.
58620: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.27.
58618: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.19.
73617: COX, BEN: - Blandford Forum. A Pictorial History.
58615: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.16.
58616: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.17.
77927: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - The Wigmaker’s Art in the 18th Century. A Translation of the section on Wigmaking in the 3rd Edition (1776) of the Encylopedie of Denis Diderot & Jean D’Alembert.
73389: COX, MICHAEL: - The Glass of Time. The secret life of Miss Esperanza Gorst. Narrated by Herself.
72510: COX, MICHAEL: - The Cream of Noel Coward. Selected by Michael Cox. Illustrated by Helen Smithson. Preface by Graham Payne and Sheridan Morley.
58624: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - Two Dorset Ballads. C.1700.
63357: COX, J.CHARLES: - Hampshire. With 28 illustrations by M.E.Purser and from photographs 2 maps and 2 plans. Fifth edition, revised.
58613: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - Dorset of the Poets. 1622-1968.
58619: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.20.
74342: CRABB, GEORGE; - Universal Historical Dictionary. Or, Explanation of the Names of Persons and Places, in the departments of biblical, political, and ecclesiastical history, mythology, heraldry, biography, bibliography, geography and numismatics. Illustrated by Portraits and Medallic Cuts. TWO VOLUMES.
61650: (CRABBE): - The Poetical Works of the Rev.George Crabbe. With Letters and Journals, and Life. By his Son. In eight volumes.
68790: CRAMB, J.: - Jaffa. Engraving taken from a photograph and printed in colour.
66986: CRAMER, RIE (ILLUSTRATOR): - Die Gansemagd und andere Marchen. Mit bunten und zahlreichen schwarzen Bildern von Rie Cramer.
77977: CRANE, THOMAS; HOUGHTON, ELLEN E.; - Abroad. Uniform Companion Volume to ‘At Home’.
61354: CRANE, WALTER: - Attractive original illustrated song “Jog On, Jog On”. From the book, “Pan Piped”.
77976: CRANE, WALTER; DELAND, MARGARET; - The Old Garden. And other verses, decorated by Walter Crane.
72128: CRANE, WALTER: - Renascence A Book of Verse by Walter Crane. Limited edition.
70477: CRANE, NICHOLAS: - Mercator. The man who mapped the planet.
77249: CRANE, NICHOLAS: - Clear Waters Rising. A Mountain Walk Across Europe.
77248: CRANE, NICHOLAS: - Two Degrees West. A Walk Along England’s Meridian. SIGNED COPY.
74501: CRAWFORD, O. / KEILLER, ALEXANDER: - Wessex From the Air. With Contributions by R.C.C. Clay and Eric Garner.
75597: CREASEY, J: - Kill the Toff. The 22nd Book of the Toff.
73443: CREASEY, JOHN (ANTHONY MORTON): - Burgle the Baron. The 45th Book of the Baron. (Manuscript).
75523: CREASEY, JOHN; - Inspector West Makes Haste
59075: CREASY, SIR EDWARD: - The Fifteen Decisive Battles Of The World. From Marathon To Waterloo.
59532: CREASY, SIR EDWARD: - The Fifteen Decisive Battles Of The World. From Marathon To Waterloo.
77277: CRESWICKE, LOUIS; - South Africa and the Transvaal War. From the Foundation of Cape Colony... With Numerous Illustrations and Maps. In Seven Volumes.
70261: CRIBB, JOE / COOK, BARRIE / CARRADICE, IAN: - The Coin Atlas. The World of Coinage from its origins to the present day.
78212: CRISPE, THOMAS EDWARD: - Reminiscences Of A K.C.
78123: CRISPIN, EDMUND; - The Moving Toyshop. Introduced by P.D. James. Illustrated by A. Richard Allen.
70972: CRISWELL, GROVER C.: - Confederate and Southern State Currency. Criswell’s Currency Series. Vol I. 1st Revised Edition. A Descriptive Listing, Including Rarity and Prices. “The Confederate States of America” and all of the Southern States Including “The Territory of Florida” and “The Republic and Government of Texas”.
78271: CRITCHLEY, MACDONALD (ED): - Trial of Neville George Clevely Heath. Notable British Trials Series. Vol. 75. SIGNED COPY.
64362: CRITCHLEY, MACDONALD (ED): - Trial of Neville George Clevely Heath. Notable British Trials Series. Vol.75
78276: CRITCHLEY, MACDONALD (ED): - Trial of Neville George Clevely Heath. Notable British Trials Series. Vol. 75. SIGNED COPY.
67189: CROCKETT, S.R.: - The Adventurer in Spain. With illustrations by the author and Gordon Browne.
76757: CROFT, ANDREW; - Polar Exploration Second Edition. With Twenty-Two Illustrations and Eight Maps.
61002: CROFTON, H.A.: - How to Trace a Pedigree.
70696: CROKER, EDWARD J.O’B.: - Retrospective Lessons on Railway Strikes United Kingdom.
58690: CROOK, A. BRIGADIER (RETD): - Barbed-Wire Doctor. Memoirs of Brigadier Crook. One Doctor’s War.
74890: CROOKENDEN, ARTHUR; - The History of The Cheshire Regiment in The Great War 1914 - 1918. The 22nd. (Cheshire) Regiment. Illustrations and Maps.
58783: CROOKSHANK, ANNE / KNIGHT OF GLIN: - The Watercolours of Ireland. Works on Paper and in Pencil, Pastel and Paint. c.1600 - 1914.
77274: CROSS STANDING, PERCY: - Cricket of To-Day and Yesterday. With special articles by famous cricketers, incl.K. S. RANJITSINHJI, P.F. WARNER, D.L.A. JESPHSON, ROBERT ABEL, and WILFRED RHODES. Subscription Illustrated Edition. In Two Volumes.
71743: CROSSLAND, JOHN: - The Keener Sight. Talks and Exercises on Deductional Geography.
62981: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Poems from East Anglia.
63043: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Callow Pit Coffer. Drawings by Margaret Gordon. Signed copy.
63039: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Norfolk Poems. photographs by John Hedgecoe. Signed copy.
63044: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Hidden Roads. A Memoir of Childhood. Signed copy.
63049: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Time’s Oriel. Poems. Signed copy.
63050: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Rain Giver. Poems. Signed copy.
63051: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN (ED): - Light Unlocked. Christmas Card Poems. Edited by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Lawrence Sail. Engravings by John Lawrence. Signed copy.
63042: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Sea Stranger. Long Ago Children Books. Pictures by Joanna Troughton.
62979: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Waterslain Angels.
62980: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Which Eye Can You See Me With? Interpreting Folk-Tales: A Writer’s Perspective. The Helen E.Stubbs Memorial Lectures. Number One.
77318: CROSSLEY, FRED H.: - Timber Building in England. From Early Times to The End of the Seventeenth Century.
63041: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN / PATON WALSH, JILL: - Wordhoard. Anglo-Saxon Stories for Young People. Signed copy.
63040: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Storm. A Banana Book. Illustrated by Alan Marks.
60585: CROUCH, JOAN SANDERSON: - “The Meadows Where We Play” The Story of a Dorset Childhood.
65221: CROWDEN, JAMES: - Blood, Earth and Medicine. a year in the life of a casual agricultural labourer. With a foreword by John Fowles. Signed copy.
67347: CROWSON, N.J. (ED): - Fleet Street, Press Barons and Politics. The Journals of Collin Brooks, 1932-1940. Camden Fifth Series Volume 11.
74977: CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE; TAYLOR, EDGAR; RUSKIN, JOHN; - German Popular Stories. In Two Series. with Illustrations after the Original designs of George Cruikshank.
77783: CRUIKSHANK; GREGO, JOSEPH; - Cruikshank’s Water Colours. With an Introduction by Joseph Grego.
77042: CRUMP, NORMAN; - By Rail To Victory. The Story of the L.N.E.R. in Wartime.
75247: CRUTTWELL, C.R: - A History of The Great War. 1914-1918.
61987: CULLINGFORD, CECIL N.: - A History of Dorset.
70660: CULLINGFORD, CECIL N.: - A History of Dorset. Drawings by Ralph Sharpe. Cartography by John Britton.
72904: CUNDALL, H.M.: - Birket Foster.
70211: CUNLIFFE, BARRY (ED): - The Oxford Illustrated Prehistory of Europe.
69172: CUNNINGTON, PHILLIS / LUCAS, CATHERINE: - Occupational Costume in England. From the eleventh century to1914. With chapters by Alan Mansfield. Colour frontis. 64 plates and over 300 drawings.
78047: CUPPLES, GEORGE; - A Spliced Yarn. Some Strands From The Life Cable of Bill Bullen. Illustrated by Frank Brangwyn.
69287: CURCHIN, LEONARD A.: - Roman Spain. Conquest and Assimilation.
78063: CURTIS, COLONEL W. P. S.; - A Rifle Brigade Register 1905 - 1963. Part 1. A Roll of Regular Officers who have served in the Regiment from 1905 - 1963. Who’s Who.
75037: CURWEN, JOHN F.; - Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Extra Series; Vol. XIII. The Castles and Fortified Towers of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire North-of-the-Sands, together with a brief Historical Account of Border Warfare.
75842: CUTHBERTSON, CATHERINE; - Santo Sebastiano: Or, The Young Protector. A Novel. In Five Volumes. Second Edition. By the Author of “The Romance of the Pyrenees.”
71879: CUTHBERTSON, D.C.: - Autumn in Kyle and the Charm of Cunninghame.
75710: CUTLER, REV. RICHARD; - Original Notes of Dorchester and the Durotriges.
78254: CUZNER: - Cuzner's Hand-Book to Froome-Selwood. With Illustrations.
78494: D’OYLY, GEORGE / MANT, RICHARD (EDS): - The Holy Bible. According to the Authorized Version; with Notes, Explanatory and Practical; taken principally from the Most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and Ireland: together with appropriate Introductions, Tables, Indexes, Maps, and Plans: prepared and arranged by The Rev. George D’Oyly, and The Rev. Richard Mant, Domestick Chaplains to His Grace the lord Archbishop of Canterbury. Under the direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. For the Use of Families. In Three Volumes.
50206: D’ ARBOUVILLE, FRAU VON: - Ein glückliches Leben. Übersetzung aus dem Französischen von Maria Baincao v. E.
74189: D. H. PARRY - The Little Regiment ILLUSTRATED BY H. M. BROCK
45977: ( DA VINCI ) TAYLOR, R. A.: - Leonardo the Florentine. A Study in Personality. (Leonardo Da Vinci).
75815: DACRE, CHARLOTTE; (MATILDA, ROSA); - Zofloya. Or, The Moor. With an Introduction by The Rev. Montague Summers. Limited Numbered Edition.
75603: DAILY EXPRESS - Rupert The Daily Express Annual
78173: DALE, C. W.: - The History of Glanville’s Wooton, In The County of Dorset. Including it’s Zoology and Botany.
67495: DALE, H.MONTAGUE: - Worship and Communion.
78170: DALE, THOMAS F.: - The Fox. Fur, feather and Fin Series. With illustrations by Archibald Thorburn and G.D. Giles.
76675: DALLAWAY, JAMES, A. M.; - Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England. With Explanatory Observations on Armorial Ensigns. In Slipcase.
75928: DALTON, CHRISTOPHER; - The Bells and Belfries of Dorset. Part 1. (Abbotsbury to Corfe.) Signed Copy.
75929: DALTON, CHRISTOPHER; - The Bells and Belfries of Dorset. Part II (2). (Halstock to Spetisbury.) Signed Copy.
77011: DALZIEL, HUGH: - British Dogs: Describing the History, Characteristics, Breeding, Management, and Exhibition of the Various Breeds of Dogs established in Great Britain. With Coloured Plates and Wood Engravings. Second Edition. In Two Volumes.
71395: DAMON, ROBERT: - Geology of Weymouth, Portland, and Coast of Dorsetshire. From Swanage to Bridport-on-the Sea. With natural history and archaeological notes. New and Enlarged Edition.
75605: DANGERFIELD, ROLAND E.; CHALKEY, A. P.; - The Motor Ship. Jan-June, 1949 - July-Dec, 1949. Vol. XXIX. No. 348 to Vol. XXX No. 359. Two Volumes.
75604: DANGERFIELD, ROLAND E.; CHALKEY, A. P.; - The Motor Ship. Jan-June, 1948 - July-Dec, 1948. Vol. XXVIII. No. 336 to Vol. XXIX No. 347. Two Volumes.
74801: DANIELL, DAVID SCOTT; - The Royal Hampshire Regiment. Volume Three. 1918-1954. With a Foreword by Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick A. M. Browning.
56236: DANZIGER, JAMES: - Beaton.
71387: DARDE, RENE: - l’Habitation Provencale. Collection de L’Art Regional en France. Preface de Henri Algoud, avec 6 bois originaux de Carlos Reymond. French language.
77993: (06) DARLING, F. FRASER: - Natural History in The Highlands and Islands. (The New Naturalist 6).
77137: DARLING, HON. MR. JUSTICE; - On The Oxford Circuit and Other Verses. With Illustrations by Austin O. Spare.
72968: DARRAH, JOHN: - Paganism in Arthurian Romance.
75930: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - The Marches Of Wessex. A Chronicle of England. SIGNED - WITH LETTERS.
77257: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - The Marches Of Wessex. A Chronicle of England.
70724: DARVILL, TIMOTHY: - Prehistoric Britain.
76573: DARWIN, BERNARD: - The Golf Courses of the British Isles. Illustrated by Harry Rountree.
77964: DARWIN, FRANCIS; - The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin Including an Autobiographical Chapter. Edited by His Son Francis Darwin. In Three Volumes.
78483: DARWIN, CHARLES: - The Different Form of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species. Third Thousand. With Illustrations.
78481: DARWIN, CHARLES; - The Descent of Man. And Selection in Relation to Sex. Second Edition, Revised and augmented. Twenty-First Thousand. With Illustrations.
76513: DARWIN, BERNARD (ED): - The Game’s Afoot! An Anthology of Sports, Games & the Open Air.
75542: DARWIN, BERNARD AND OTHERS: - A History of Golf in Britain. Foreword by Sir G. Cunningham.
78484: DARWIN, CHARLES: - The Expressions of the Emotions in Man and Animals. With Photographic and Other Illustrations. Tenth Thousand.
78487: DARWIN, CHARLES: - The Various Contrivances by which Orchids are Fertilised by Insects. Second Edition, Revised. With Illustrations.
78488: DARWIN, CHARLES: - Journal of Researches into the Natural History & Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. "Beagle" Round the World, Under the command of Captain Fitz Roy. New Edition with portrait. A Naturalist’s Voyage Round The World.
78482: DARWIN, CHARLES: - On The Origin of Species. By Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. Sixth edition, with additions and corrections to 1872. (Twenty-Sixth Thousand).
78485: DARWIN, CHARLES; - The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. Third Thousand.
78486: DARWIN, CHARLES: - The Variation Of Animals & Plants Under Domestication. Second Edition, Revised. Fifth Thousand. With Illustrations. In Two Volumes.
78105: DARWIN, CHARLES: - Insectivorous Plants. Second Thousand. With Illustrations.
78104: DARWIN, CHARLES; - The Power of Movement in Plants. Assisted by Francis Darwin. with Illustrations. Second Thousand.
78103: DARWIN, CHARLES; - The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom. First Edition.
78102: DARWIN, CHARLES; - The Formation of Vegetable Mould, Through The Action of Worms, with Observations on Their Habits. With illustrations. Third thousand.
78083: DARWIN, CHARLES; - A Naturalist’s Voyage Round The World. Or, Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage round the world of H.M.S. "Beagle" under the Command of Captain Fitz Roy. A New Edition, With Illustrations.
73281: DAULTE, FRANCOIS: - Alfred Sisley. The Impressionists.
67296: DAUNTON, M.J.: - Royal Mail. The Post Office since 1840. Foreword by Asa Briggs.
72423: DAVENANT, JOHN, LORD BISHOP OF SARISBURY. - Animadversions Written by the Right Reverend Father in God John, Lord Bishop of Sarisbury, upon a treatise intitled Gods Love to Mankind.
51111: DAVENPORT ADAMS, W H - Heroes of the Sea
75575: DAVID, ELIZABETH - A Book of Mediterranean Food Foreword by Julian Barnes. In slipcase.
74006: DAVID, SAUL: - Zulu. The heroism and tragedy of the Zulu War of 1879.
76796: DAVID, M. E.; - Professor David The Life of Sir Edgeworth David.
68873: DAVID C. K. WRIGHT - David and Joan:Themes Here and Around the World. SIGNED by Author
60517: DAVIDSON, JOHN: - Conifers, Junipers & Yew: Gymnosperms of British Columbia. Pictures Specially Drawn by Mrs. Ivy Abercrombie.
73227: DAVIDSON, GLADYS: - The Story of King Midas.
70342: DAVIDSON, D.A.: - Aegean Soils During the Second Millennium B.C. With Reference To Thera.
59391: DAVIE, W.GALSWORTHY / TANNER, HENRY: - Old English Doorways. A Series of Historical Examples from Tudor Times to the end of the XVIII Century. Ilustrated on seventy plates reproduced in collotype from photographs specially taken by W.Galsworthy Davie with historical and descriptive notes on the subjects including thirty four drawings and sketches by H.Tanner.
77038: DAVIES, N. M: - Egyptian Paintings. The King Penguin Books No. 71. Illustrated and Described by Nina M. Davies.
73749: DAVIES, GLANVILLE JAMES (ED.): - Touching Witchcrafte and Sorcerye. Publ. No. 9
70793: DAVIES, E.N. / NORTHEDGE, G.A.: - Mining and Minerals.
70115: DAVIES, R.E.: - The Shrewsbury Guide for Tourists. A Text Book of the Town and Its Surroundings. With plan and 40 illustrations.
70022: DAVIES, J.TREVOR: - Richmond Hill Story. A brief survey of the one hundred years of a great Church.
64005: DAVIES, ANDREW: - A Very Peculiar Practice: The New Frontier.
76140: DAVIES, ELLIS; - The Prehistoric and Roman Remains of Flintshire. With a short appendix to “The Prehistoric and Roman Remains of Denbighshire.” (1929). With 203 Illustrations, and 3 Maps of the County showing all the sites.
76138: DAVIES, PETER: - Art in Poole and Dorset.
70687: DAVIS, S.C.H. (ED.): - MOTOR RACING (27). The Lonsdale Library
57429: DAVIS, TERENCE : - Wareham: Gateway to Purbeck.
53234: DAVIS, LINDSEY: - Iron Hand of Mars. Signed first edition.
66901: DAVIS, FRANK: - French Silver 1450-1825.
76369: DAVIS, DR. N.; - Carthage and Her Remains: Being an account of the Excavations and Researches on the site of The Phoenician Metropolis in Africa, and other adjacent places. Conducted un der the Auspices of Her Majesty’s Government.
66018: DAVISON, MARK / CURRIE, IAN: - Surrey in the Hurricane. October 16, 1987.
68419: DAWSON, CAPT. LIONEL: - Sound of the Guns. Being an account of the wars and service of Admiral Sir Walter Cowan.
75389: DAY, FRANCIS; HOUGHTON, REV. W.; - Commercial Sea Fishes of Great Britain. AND The Natural History of Commercial Sea Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland. Prize Essays. International Fisheries Exhibition, London, 1883. Two Volumes in One.
74576: DAY, STEVE; - Wiltshire Moods
77444: DE COSSON, ANTHONY; - Mareotis. Being a Short Account of the History and Ancient Monuments of the North-Western Desert of Egypt and of Lake Mareotis.
78009: DE CARLE, DONALD: - The Watchmaker's Lathe and How To Use It. Illustrations by E. A. Ayres.
77801: DE BROKE, LORD WILLOUGHBY; - Steeplechasing. (The Lonsdale Library Vol. XXXII). With a colour plate and forty-eight illustrations.
50549: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination. A Lecture.
74623: DE VERE (BART.), SIR AUBREY; - Mary Tudor, An Historical Drama, The Lamentation of Ireland. And Other Poems.
73731: DE MUSSET, ALFRED: - Premieres Poesies, 1829-1835 / Poesies Nouvelles 1836-1852. Two volumes. Nouvelle edition. French language.
64316: DE SAUNIER, BAUDRY / DOLLFUS, CHARLES / DE GEOFFREY, EDGAR: - Histoire de la Locomotion Terrestre. History of transport. La Locomotion Naturelle, L’Attelage - La Voiture, Le Cyclisme, La Locomotion Mecanique, L’Automobile.
71242: DE CARTERET, A.R.: - The Story of Sark. The Island where Time Stands Still. Illustrated.
62544: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Peacock Pie.
55926: DE VRIES, PETER: - Forever Panting.
60984: DE LA MARE,WALTER: - O Lovely England. And other Plays.
73230: DE CHARDIN, PIERRE TEILHARD: - The Making of a Mind. Letters from a soldier-priest 1914-1919. Translated from the French by Rene Hague.
60027: DE PANGE, MAURICE: - The English School Days of a French Boy. Letters from Maurice de Pange.
70868: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Poems. 1919 to1934.
70867: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Poems. 1901 to1918, two volumes.
70862: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Bells and Grass. a book of rhymes. With illustrations by F.Rowland Emett.
65029: DE STAINES, V.D.: - Phonography; or the Writing of Sounds. In two parts, viz. locography, or universal writing of speech; and musicography, or symbolical writing of music; with a short hand for both.
60858: DE SELINCOURT, AUBREY: - The Regional Books. The Channel Shore.
51134: DE FOE, DANIEL - The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. ILLUSTRATED BY GRANDVILLE
75071: DEAKIN, RALPH; - Southward Ho! With the Prince in Africa and South America. With a preface by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, K.G. L.
75098: DEARMER, PERCY; PENNELL, JOSEPH; - Highways and Byways in Normandy. (Pocket edition).
76765: DEBENHAM, FRANK; - Antarctica The Story of a Continent.
58468: DEEDES, W.F.: - Dear Bill. W.F.Deedes reports.
75383: DEERR, NOEL; - Cane Sugar: A Text-Book on the Agriculture of the Sugar Cane, THe Manufacture of Cane Sugar and the Analysis of Sugar House Products; Together with a Chapter on the Fermentation of Molases.
77409: DEFOE, DANIEL: - A Tour through the Whole Island of Great Britain. Introduction by Pat Rogers. Three Volumes in Slipcase.
77319: DEFOE, DANIEL: - A Tour through the Whole Island of Great Britain. Edited by P.N. Furbank, W.R. Owens, and A.J. Coulson.
76037: DEIGHTON, LEN: - Mamista. Signed Limited Numbered Edition.
66046: DEIGHTON, LEN: - XPD.
74095: DEIGHTON, LEN / SCHWARTZMAN, ARNOLD: - Airshipwreck.
54601: DEIGHTON,H: - The Art of Lettering for Students. Incl.a Simple System for Beginners and Chapters on the Alphabet. Monograms. and Pen Lettering.
77800: DELANEY, JOHN P.; - The Blue Devils in Italy. A History of the 88th Infantry Division in World War II.
64582: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - The Adventures of Benn Gunn. With illustrations by William Stobbs.
64581: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - Cheap Day Return.
64588: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - Too Few For Drums.
64590: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - For My Own Amusement.
70085: DELDERFIELD, ERIC R.: - West Country Historic Houses and their Families. Volume 2. Dorset, Wiltshire and North Somerset. Illustrated with photographs taken by the author.
68133: DELDERFIELD, E.R.: - Hardy Country of Dorset. Completely New and Different. The Visitor’s Brief Guide to the Hardy Country of Dorset. What to see in the towns and villages. Second edition. Compiled and edited by E.R.Delederfield and written by Monica Hutchings who are responsible for the photographs. No.13 of the Grey Guide Series.
69092: DELGADO, ALAN: - Victorian Entertainment.
67566: DELL, ETHEL M.: - The Rocks of Valpre.
68959: DEMPSEY, GUY C.: - Napoleon’s Army 1807-1814. as depicted in the prints of Aaron Martinet.
64064: DENLINGER, MILO G.: - The Complete Doberman Pinscher. Another Denlinger Book. Illustrated.
77628: DENSHAM, W. / OGLE, J.: - The Story of The Congregational Churches of Dorset. From Their Foundation To The Present Time.
77630: DENSHAM, W. / OGLE, J.: - The Story of The Congregational Churches of Dorset. From Their Foundation To The Present Time.
76672: DENT, C.T.: - Mountaineering The Badminton Library. With contributions by the W. M. Conway, D. W. Freshfield, C. E. Mathews, C. Pilkington, Sir F. Pollock, H. G. Willink, and an introduction by Mr Justice Wills.
59081: DENT, C.T. (ET AL.): - MOUNTAINEERING. Badminton Library.
56293: DEREK, JEWELL: - Sellout.
78301: DERSLEY, GEO. H.: - Views of East London. “A Souvenir of East London.”
76890: DES CLOIZEAUX, A.; - Manuel de Mineralogie In 3 volumes; Two text volumes plus Atlas volume (illustrations.)
75001: DESCHARNES, ROBERT; - The World of Salvador Dali
68932: DESMOND, RAY: - Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker. Traveller and Plant Collector.
70456: DETMOLD, E.J.: - The Arabian Nights Tales from the Thousand and One Nights.
44865: DEUTSCHES HEIMATLAND SERIE 29 - - Das Siebengebirge und Umbebung. Zeitz Original-Photokarten und Kleinphoto-Mäpchen.
78020: DEWAR, GEORGE A. B.; - Wild Life in Hampshire Highlands. Pictorial Cover By Arthur Rackham. The Haddon Hall Library. Edited by the Marquess of Granby and Mr. George A. B. Dewar.
49096: DEWAR, GEORGE A.B./ THORBURN A. (ILL.): - Life and Sport in Hampshire.
78446: DEWAR, THOMAS R.: - A Ramble Round The Globe. With 220 Illustrations by Wyllie, Sidney Cowell, Forrest, James Greig, Seymour Nation, Stanley Wood, Archie Macgregor and the Author.
73489: DEWEY, CLIVE: - Anglo-Indian Attitudes. The Mind of the Indian Civil Service.
54747: DEXTER, COLIN: - The Wench is Dead. An Inspector Morse Novel.
78403: DICKENS, CHARLES: - Great Expectations. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping
78337: DICKENS, CHARLES: - The Haunted Man & The Ghost's Bargain. A Fancy for Christmas Time.
78141: DICKENS, CHARLES; - The Old Curiosity Shop. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping.
49372: DICKENS,CHARLES: - The Life Of Our Lord. Written expressly for His Children. Foreword by Lady Dickens.
78140: DICKENS, CHARLES; - Hard Times, For These Times. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping.
78328: DICKENS, CHARLES: PAROISSIEN, DAVID: - A Christmas Carol.
78338: DICKENS, CHARLES: - The Battle of Life. A Love Story.
78340: DICKENS, CHARLES: - The Chimes. Illustrated by Hugh Thompson.
78187: DICKENS, CHARLES; BROWNE, HABLOT K.; - Works of Charles Dickens. “The Authors Favourite Edition. In Facsimile.” 22 volumes bound in 15 volumes. In Publishers Bookcase. Illustrated by H. K. Browne.
74616: DICKENS, CHARLES; BUCKLAND, A.H.; - Martin Chuzzlewit Illustrated by A.H. Buckland.
77598: DICKENS, CHARLES: - Christmas Books. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping.
78139: DICKENS, CHARLES; - The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping.
78339: DICKENS, CHARLES: - The Cricket on the Hearth
78137: DICKENS, CHARLES; - The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping.
78138: DICKENS, CHARLES; - Bleak House. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. Illustrations by Charles Keeping.
71424: DICKER, C.W.H. / PENTIN, HERBERT (EDS): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXIII.
70055: DICKER, C.W.H. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXII.
70053: DICKER, C.W.H.(ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXX.
75501: DICKINSON, MICHAEL; - Seventeenth Century Tokens of the British Isles and their Values. Based on Williamson, With Revisions, additions and valuations.
75217: DICKSON, WILLIAM; (CLERK FOR THE PEACE FOR NORTHUMBERLAND) - Death of King Edward 1st. Burgh-on-the-Sands. Cumberland. 7th July, 1307. SIGNED, Stamped by Author.
44902: DICTIONARY - - WHO’S WHO 1977. An Annual Biographical Dictionary.
56429: DIEKMANN, ANNE: - Das Grosse Liederbuch. 204 deutsch Volks-und Kinderlieder, gesammelt von Anne Diekmann, unter Mitwirkung von Willi Gohl, mit 156 bunten Bildern von Tomi Ungerer.
74901: DIXON, CHARLES; - Our Rarer Birds. Being Studies in Ornithology & Oology. With Twenty Illustrations by Charles Whymper and A Frontispeice by J.G. Keulemans.
76554: DIXON-SCOTT, J.: - England Under Trust. The Principal Properties held by the National Trust in England & Wales.
72384: DIXON, W.WILLMOTT: - Dainty Dames of Society. A Portrait Gallery of Charming Women. Portraits and Illustrations from rare and famous Pictures by Masters of British and French Schools.
70511: DIXON, KAREN R. / SOUTHERN, PAT: - The Roman Cavalry From the First to the Third Century AD.
59996: DIXON, CHARLES: - The Birds of Our Rambles. A Companion for the Country.
76525: DOBELL, MRS. HORACE; - Mrs. Horace Dobell At Home: A Life Sketch. Illustrated by Selections from her Works, Portraits and other Plates.
73194: DOBREE, BONAMY: - Restoration Comedy 1660-1720.
77546: DOBSON, AUSTIN: - Fanny Burney. (Madame D’Arblay.) English Men of Letters Series.
77545: DOBSON, AUSTIN: - Samuel Richardson. English Men of Letters Series.
73073: DOBSON, AUSTIN: - The Story of Rosina and other verses by Austin Dobson. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson.
77832: DOBSON, WILLIAM T.; - Royal Characters From The Works of Sir Walter Scott. Historical and Romantic. Selected and Arranged by William T. Dobson. With Twelve Illustrations in Permanent Photography.
73093: DODINGTON, GEORGE BUBB: - The Diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis: From March 8 1748-9 to February 6, 1761. With an Appendix containing some curious and interesting papers; which are either referred to, or alluded to, in the Diary. Now first published from His Lordship’s Original Manuscripts by Henry Penruddock Wyndham.
78376: DOMESDAY BOOK: - Devonshire. Three volumes. Introduction and Translation, Folios and Maps, Domesday Book Studies. Limited edition. In slip case.
77232: DOMMASCH, HANS; - Prairie Giants
59917: DONAGHY, JOHN LYLE: - Primordia Caeca. Poems.
57184: DORMAN, BERNARD E.: - Norfolk.
74090: DORNER, JANE: - Fashion. The Changing Shape of Fashion Through the Years. With a Foreword by Elizabeth Ann Coleman.
42630: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Volume 4: NORTH.
66730: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 5: East.
50484: DORSET - - Who's Who in Dorset.
74344: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. Volume 3. Central. Parts 1 & 2.
74343: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. Volume 2. South-East. Parts 1,2 & 3.
78375: (DORSET) - The Dorset Domesday Book. Facsimile folio of Dorset, in Latin- with 2 maps: Dorset & General map of England in 1086. Translation of the Latin folio, and index of place names which correspond to the map as well as the translation, and finally a history of the county / General to all counties, and contains a series of articles on life in England in the 11th.century. Three volumes in slip case.
70513: DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL: - Development Plan. Education Act, 1944.
70512: DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL: - Development Plan. Education Act, 1944.
51697: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 5: East.
75310: DORSETSHIRE - WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Dorsetshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
74368: DORSETSHIRE (R.K. DAWSON) - Attractive original engraved TOWN PLAN of DORCHESTER. From The Reports Commissioners Municipal Corp Boundries Dorsetshire, Dorchester.
74473: DORSTERN, J. A. VAN; - Leicester’s Triumph
67062: DOSCHER, HANS-JURGEN: - Das Auswartige Amt im Dritten Reich. Diplomatie im Schatten der >Endlosung<. The Foreign Office of the Third Reich. Diplomacy in the Shadow of the Final Solution. German language.
77595: DOSTOYEVSKY, FYODOR: - The Idiot. Translated with an Introduction by David Magarshack. Drawings by Charles Keeping.
61983: DOUCH, ROBERT: - A Handbook of Local History. Dorset. With A Supplement of Additions and Corrections to 1960.
66183: DOUCH, ROBERT: - A Handbook of Local History, Dorset.
74979: DOUDNEY, SARAH; - Thistle Down.
77437: DOUGHTY, CHARLES M.; - The Dawn In Britain. (Author of “Travels in Arabia Deserta”) LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION.
72809: DOUGLAS, LORD ALFRED: - Sonnets.
78389: DOWER, J.: - A Short Atlas of Modern Geography, For the Use of Schools and Self Instruction. Prepared from the best Authorities. And Including the Latest Discoveries. A New Edition. With a Copious Index of Latitudes and Longitudes.
69547: DOWLEY, DR.TIM (ED): - The Bible in Stained Glass. Photographs by Sonia Halliday and Laura Lushington. Descriptive text by Laura Lushington.
78007: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN: - Uncle Bernac. The Green Flag. The Tragedy of The Korosko. Three Volumes Bound in One.
73764: DOYLE, BRIAN (ED): - The Who’s Who of Children’s Literature. Signed copy.
75905: DOYLE, A. CONAN: - His Last Bow. Some Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes.
77594: DOYLE, A. CONAN: - The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrated by Francis Mosley.
78318: DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN: - The British Campaign in France and Flanders. Six volumes. Vol I, 1914; Vol II, 1915; Vol III, 1916; Vol IV, 1917; Vol V, January to July 1918; Vol VI, July to November 1918.
77102: DOYLE, A. CONAN; NEWNES, GEORGE; - THE STRAND MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. XVII (17). January to June 1899.
66823: DRAHOTOVA, OLGA: - European Glass. Text by Olga Drahotova. Photographs by Gabriel Urbaek. Drawings by Ivan Kafka.
70665: DRAPER, JO: - A Dorchester Camera.
70172: DRAPER, JO: - Dorchester. The Archive Photographs Series. Signed copy.
70655: DRAPER, JO: - Dorset. The Complete Guide. Foreword by John Fowles.
69640: DRAPER, JO: - Dorchester Past. Signed copy.
57736: DRAWN & ENGRAVED BY WHESSEL - Exeter College.
47633: DRINKWATER, JOHN: - Cumberland Hotel.
70848: DRINKWATER, JOHN: - Poems 1908-1914.
71254: DRUMMOND, ALISON / DRUMMOND, L.R.: - At Home in New Zealand. an illustrated history of everyday things before 1865.
64370: DRYDEN, ALICE (ED): - Memorials of Old Wiltshire. With many illustrations.
64597: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE: - The Glass Blowers.
78112: DUBY, GEORGES; LOBRICHON, GUY; - The History of Venice in Painting.
72966: DUBY, GEORGES / DAVAL, JEAN-LUC (EDS): - Sculpture. Vol I, From Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Vol II, From the Renaissance to the Present Day. Two volumes.
50213: DUCKETT, ELEANOR: - Medieval Portraits from East & West.
54617: DUCKETT, ELEANOR: - Medieval Portraits from East & West.
77515: DUCKWORTH, F; NICHOLLS, G. F.; - The Cotswolds With 24 Full-Page Illustrations in Colour.
74020: DUERDEN, FRANK: - Yorkshire Dales. Great Walks. Photography by David Ward.
67564: DUFFIELD, ANNE: - Sugar Island.
73289: DUFFY, EAMON: - The Voices of Morebath. Reformation and Rebellion in an English Village.
64575: DUGDALE, GILES: - William Barnes of Dorset. With 9 Half-Tone Plates
71166: DUGDALE, GILES: - William Barnes. of Dorset. With 9 Half-Tone Plates.
75062: DUKE, MAJOR GENERAL SIR GERALD; - The History of The Royal Engineer Yacht Club.
55928: DUKE, MADELAINE: - Because Of Fear In The Night.
56004: DUKERS, ALEXANDER: - Max Klinger.
76535: (DULAC, EDMUND); QUILLER-COUCH, SIR ARTHUR; - The Sleeping Beauty and other fairy tales.
76540: DULAC, EDMUND; FITZGERALD, EDWARD; - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald.
78076: DULAC, EDMUND; HOUSMAN, LAURENCE; - Stories from the Arabian Nights. Retold by Laurence Housman with drawings by Edmund Dulac.
78119: DUMAS, ALEXANDRE; - The Black Tulip. Translated by Robin Buss, Introduced by Peter Conrad, Illustrated by Portia Rosenberg.
59226: DUMAS, ALEXANDER: - Pictures of Travel in the South of France. Illustrated with fifty engravings on wood.
74523: DUNCAN, STANLEY / THORNE, GUY: - The Complete Wildfowler. Ashore and Afloat. .Fully illustrated with Practical Drawings and Diagrams and with many illustrations in half-tone.
76073: DUNCAN, JAMES; - The Natural History of Foreign Butterflies Illustrated by Thirty-three Coloured Plates; With Memoir and Portrait of Lamarck.
77621: DUNKLEY, REV. C.; - The Official Report of the Church Congress, Held at Weymouth, On October 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, 1905.
76743: DUNSAY, LORD; - Plays of Gods and Men.
75529: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - The Black Book. A Novel.
68975: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Mountolive. A Novel.
67981: DUTTON, DENYS: - Christie’s since the war. 1945-1958. An essay on taste, patronage and collecting. Privately printed for Christie, Manson& Woods, Ltd.
71251: DUXBURY, KEN: - Lugworm Island Hopping. Cornwall, the Scillies and Outer Hebrides with a Sailing Dinghy. With drawings, maps and photographs by the author.
73688: DYMOCK, ERIC: - Postwar Sports Cars. The Modern Classics.
75004: DYMOND; - Dymond’s Essays. Laws of Christian Morality. Principles of Morality and Rights and Obligations.
75354: E. GOETZ KUNST; - Lucerne et Lac Des IV Cantons (Lake Lucerne and the Four Townships) Souvenir Album of Lucerne in Switzerland with 24 Mounted Early Colour Photographic Plates.
75284: E. N. DA C. ANDRADE: - A Brief History of The Royal Society. (1660-1960)
71310: EARL, BRYAN: - Cornish Mining. The Techniques of metal mining in the West of England, Past and Present.
71234: EARL ALEXANDER OF TUNIS: - The Paintings of Field Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis. With an introduction by Edward Seago.
72794: EAST, GORDON: - An Historical Geography of Europe. With 58 maps.
60582: EASTWOOD, JOHN: - Farewell to Old Dorset.
74279: EATON, PETER / WARNICK, MARILYN - Marie Stopes A Checklist of Her Writings
63665: EDE, H.S.: - Savage Messiah.
77991: EDELSTEN, DAVID; - More Dorset Diaries. or Life after Perdita. With illustrations by Helen Mitchell & Becky Unwin.
76734: EDELSTEN, DAVID; - More Dorset Diaries. or Life after Perdita. With illustrations by Helen Mitchell & Becky Unwin. SIGNED.
77755: (32) EDLIN, H.L.: - Trees, Woods & Man. (The New Naturalist 32).
74057: EDMONDS, RICHARD: - Chelsea from the Five Fields to the World’s End. With eighteen drawings by Dennis Flanders.
74552: EDWARD EARL OF CLARENDON; - The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641. With the precedent passages, and actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy end, and conclusion thereof by the King’s blessed Restoration, and return, upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660.
77744: EDWARDS, K. C.; - The Peak District. (44) The New Naturalist No.44.
50603: EDWARDS, E. D.( COMPILED BY): - The Dragon Book.
40025: EDWARDS, K.C. : - Nottingham and Its Region.
55304: EDWARDS, J.HUGH: - David Lloyd George the Man and the Statesman. Introduction by Marquess of Lothian. Two volumes.
75539: EDWARDS, COMMANDER KENNETH; - Seven Sailors
66703: EDWARDS, RALPH: - English Furniture. The Shorter Dictionary of English Furniture from the Middle Ages to the Late Georgian Period.
73292: EDWARDS, RALPH: - Hepplewhite Furniture Designs. from the Cabinet-Maker and Upholserer’s Guide 1794. With a preface by Ralph Edwards.
68112: EDWARDS, ANNE-MARIE: - In the Steps of Jane Austen. Photographs by Mike Edwards. Second edition. Signed copy.
76628: EDWARDS, FRANCIS; - The Gunpowder Plot. The Narrative of Oswald Tesimond alias Greenway. Translated from the Italian of the Stonyhurst Manuscript, edited & annotated by F.Edwards.
65640: EDWARDS, ELIZABETH: - Bournemouth Past.
65639: EDWARDS, ELIZABETH: - A History of Bournemouth. The Growth of a Victorian Town Signed by author
71849: EGAN, CONSTANCE: - Epaminondas and the Lettuces. Illustrated by A.E.Kennedy.
72983: EGLIN, JOHN: - The Imaginary Autocrat. Beau Nash and the Invention of Bath.
66881: EHRET, GLORIA: - Porzellan Battenberg Antiquitaten-Kataloge. German language.
54201: EHRLICHMAN, JOHN: - The Whole Truth. A novel.
59716: EISEN, CLIFF / KEEFE, SIMON P.(EDS): - The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopaedia.
77923: EL EROS; - The Chronicles of Osiris. Second Edition.
77252: ELDREDGE, NILES; - Reinventing Darwin. The Great Evolutionary Debate.
54477: ELEY, VINCENT: - A Monk at the Potter’s Wheel. The Story of Charnwood-Cistercian Ware. With a preface by BERNARD RACKHAM
49363: ELGOOD, G.S. (ILLS.) AUSTIN, ALFRED: - Lamia's Winter Quarters.
78082: ELIOT, GEORGE; - Silas Marner. The Weaver of Raveloe. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
55099: ELIOT, GEORGE: - The Mill on the Floss. Bel Mooney.
51440: ELIOT, SIR CHARLES - Japanese Buddhism With a memoir of the author by Sir Harold Parlett.
70549: ELKS, BRIAN: - Come Back, Dinky Bumstead. Signed copy.
77796: ELLACOMBE, HENRY N: - The Plant-Lore and Garden-Craft of Shakespeare. New Edition Illustrated.
62951: ELLIOTT, JOHN: - Big Jack. My Sporting Life. Signed copy.
75884: ELLIS, GEORGE ALFRED; - The History and Antiquities of the Borough and town of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis. With the Athelhampton Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene, With Five Full-Page Plates.
74824: ELLIS, JIM; AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL OF NATIONAL TRUSTS; - Historic Places of Australia. Volume One. Historic Buildings of Australia: Volume Five. SIGNED. Limited Numbered Edition.
77742: ELLIS, E.A.: - The Broads (46). (The New Naturalist).
69903: ELLIS, JOHN: - Cassino The Hollow Victory. The Battle for Rome, January-June 1944.
56174: ELLIS, PATRICIA (ED): - People of Today.
51480: ELLIS, PETER BERRESFORD - A Dictionary of Irish Mythology.
63340: ELMES, HUGH: - Furthur Reminiscences of a Local Yokel: Wareham 1960 to 1980. Volume 2.
73387: ELTON, G.R.: - England Under the Tudors.
53205: ELVILLE, E.M.: - The Collector's Dictionary of Glass.
73957: ELWIN, MALCOLM: - The Life of Llewelyn Powys.
69199: EMILY G JONES - A Manual of Plain Needlework and Cutting-Out
67509: EMMONS, ELISE: - Songs for All Seasons. Signed copy.
61781: ENDER, THOMAS: - Galerie Hassfurther und die osterreichische Landschaftsmalerei 1793-1875. German Language.
73257: ENDICOTT, GRATTAN / HANSEN, BENT KEITH: - Commentary on the Laws of Duplicate Contract Bridge 1987.
54311: ENGEL, MATTHEW(ED): - Wisden Cricketer’s Almanac.
65635: ENGEL, MATTHEW (ED): - WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1997.
65631: ENGEL, MATTHEW (ED): - WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1994.
63925: ENGELMANN, WILHELM: - New Guide to Pompeii. Second revised edition. With 141 figures and a new map.
77191: ENGLE, ELOISE; PAANANEN, LAURI; - The Winter War. The Russio-Finnish Conflict 1939-40.
78256: ENGLEFIELD, SIR HENRY C.: - A Walk through Southampton. Second Edition, considerably augmented: to which is added, some account of the Roman Station, Clausentium.
57733: ENGRAVED BY SKELTON FROM SKETCH J. MALCHAIR - Old Library of Exeter College.
57741: ENGRAVED BY T. ALLOM - BRANCEPETH CASTLE, DURHAM The Seat of William Russell, esq
51107: ERASMUS (SAREL [PSEUDONYM]). - Prinsloo of Prinsloodorp: A Tale of Transvaal Officialdom. Being incidents in the life of a Transvaal official, as told by His son-in-law, Sarel Erasmus, Late Public Prosecutor of Prinsloodorp, Market Master Of Kaalkop, Small-pox Tax Collector of Schoonspruit, Etc, etc.
71248: ERLEIGH, EVA: - The Little One’s Log: Baby’s Record. With foreword by Dr Eric Prichard. Illustrated by ERNEST H.SHEPARD.
43536: ESPY, W. R.: - Words To Rhyme With, For Poets and Song Writers.
77798: ESSAME, MAJOR-GENERAL H.: - The 43rd Wessex Division at War 1944-1945.
74639: EUGENIE, MADAME, FOA; - Les Soirees Du Vieux Chateau. Illustrees de Gravures sur Bois et de Quatorze Lithographies Par Ch. Delhomme et J.E. Demerville.
58794: EVANOVICH, JANET: - Two for the Dough.
58797: EVANOVICH, JANET: - Three to get Deadly. A Stephanie Plum Novel.
75614: EVANS, H. A.; - Highways and Byways in Northamptonshire & Rutland. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs.
75080: EVANS, H. A.; GRIGGS, FREDERICK L.; - Highways and Byways in Oxford and the Cotswolds. (Pocket edition).
75009: EVANS, HERBERT A.; GRIGGS, FREDERICK L.; - Highways and Byways in Northamptonshire and Rutland. With illustrations by Frederick L. GRIGGS. Pocket Edition.
77440: EVANS, JOAN; WHITEHOUSE, JOHN HOWARD; - The Diaries of John Ruskin. In Three Volumes; 1835-1847, 1848-1873, 1874-1889.
69770: EVANS, MAURICE S.: - Black and White in South East Africa. A study in sociology. With a map.
70695: EVANS, MARTIN: - Inverness to Crewe. The British 4-6-0 Locomotive.
69787: EVANS, GEORGE EWART: - Where Beards Wag All. The Relevance of the Oral tradition. With illustrations by David Gentleman.
55091: EVANS, GEORGE EWART: - Spoken History.
78145: EVANS, REV. JOHN; - The Picture of Bristol; Or, A Guide to Objects of Curiosity and Interest, In Bristol, Clifton, The Hotwells, and Their Vicinity; Including Biographical Notices of Eminent Natives.
66337: EVENS, G.KINNAIRD: - Romany’s Caravan Returns. With illustrations by the Author.
78153: EVERARD, STIRLING; - The History of The Gas Light and Coke Company 1812-1949.
74817: EVERITT, NICHOLAS; - Shots from a Lawyer's Gun. Fifth Edition, Enlarged, with Table of Statutes; List of Cases; and Chapters on New Subjects. Illustrated by Wallace MacKay (contributor to “Punch”) and other artists.
66174: EWART, GAVIN: - Nine New Poems. Signed limited edition.
67583: EWING, JULIANA HORATIA: - Melchior’s Dream and other tales.
61964: EWING, JULIANA HORATIA: - Jackanapes. With Illustrations by Randolph Caldecott.
70954: EYRE-TODD, GEORGE: - Scotland Picturesque and Traditional. A Pilgrimage with Staff and Knapsack. With Fifty-seven Illustrations and Map.
75955: EYTON, REV. R. W.: - A Key to Domesday. Showing thew Method and Exactitude of its Mensuration, and the Precise Meaning of its More Usual Formulae. The Subject being specially exemplified by an Analysis and Digest of the Dorset Survey.
69965: FAIR, JOHN: - The Birds of Chesil Bank, the Fleet and Portland Harbour.
54614: FAIRBANK, JOHN: - China Perceived. Images & Policies in Chinese-American Relations.
49614: FAIRBRIDGE - - The Autobiography of Kingsley Fairbridge. With a Preface by The Right Hon. L. S. Amery and an Epilogue by The Hon. Sir Arthur Lawley.
60792: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J.: - The County Books. Yorkshire, East Riding. Introduction by Lord Middleton.
75130: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J.; - The County Books. Yorkshire, East Riding.
75053: FAIRLIE, GERARD; - Calling Bulldog Drummond. Following Sapper.
67184: FALCONER, KEITH: - Guide to Englands Industrial Heritage. Introduction by Neil Cossons.
66737: FALKINER, RICHARD: - Investing in Antique Jewellery.
78154: FALKUS, MALCOLM; - Always Under Pressure, A History of North Thames Gas Since 1949.
65211: FARJEON, ELEANOR: - First and Second Love. Sonnets.
67846: FARMAN, EDGAR: - The Bulldog. A Monograph. Third edition.
62342: FARQUARSON-COE, A.: - Ancient Industries and Handicrafts. Hants and Dorset.
70481: FARR, MICHAEL: - The Great Fire of Warwick 1694. The records of the commissioners appointed under an Act of Parliament for rebuilding the town of Warwick.
78437: FARRAR, FREDERIC W.; - St. Winifred's, or The World of School. New Edition, With Illustrations in Colour.
74661: FARRAR, FREDERIC W.; - Eric. Or, Little by Little. A Tale of Roslyn School.
47197: FATHER IGNATIUS / LYNE, REV. JOSEPH LEYCESTER: - The Restoration of the Jews to Palestine. A Sermon preached on Sunday, September 8, 1867. Being the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
75801: FAULKNER, ALAN H.: - The Grand Junction Canal.
47200: FEA, ALLAN: - Where Traditions Linger. Being Rambles through Remote England.
67364: FEA, ALLAN: - Picturesque Old Houses. Being the Impressions of a Wanderer off the Beaten Track. With numerous illustrations by the author.
66974: FEACHEM, RICHARD: - A Guide to Prehistoric Scotland.
70541: FEARON, ETHELIND: - Most Happy Husbandman. Decorated by Bernard Reynolds.
43839: FEDDEN, R.,AND OTHERS: - The Country House Guide Historic Houses in Private Ownership in England, Wales and Scotland
76744: FEDDEN, ROBIN: - Syria, An Historical Appreciation. Illustrated from Photographs mainly by A. Costa.
69489: FELDMAN, LEW DAVID: - 1975 Fortieth Anniversary Catalogue containing forty selections from stock.
61071: FELLER, DR F.E.: - French- English, Francais-Anglais Dictionary. A new English and French Pocket Dictionary containing all the words indispensable in daily conversation: Admirably adapted for the use of travellers. Two volumes. nouveau dictionairre de poche Francais et Anglais contenant tous les mots indispensable a la conversation familiere, ainsi qu’aux vayageurs et hommes d’affaires. 36th edition.
76016: FENN, GEORGE MANVILLE; RAINEY, W.; - First in the Field. A Story of New South Wales. Illustrated by W. Rainey.
55670: FENWICK, ELIZABETH: - Impeccable People.
74666: FERNANDEZ, REV. DON FELIPE: - A New Practical Grammar of the Spanish Language: In Five Parts. The whole in Spanish and English, and calculated to render the Study of the Spanish Language, easy, comprehensive, and entertaining, to which is added, An English Grammar, for the Use of Spaniards. The Sixth edition, carefully revised and enlarged.
78320: FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO, FELIPE: - A History of England. Anglo-Saxon England; Early Medieval England; England in the Later Middle Ages; England Under The Stuarts; England Under The Tudors. Five Volumes in Slipcase.
66984: FEUCHTMULLER, RUPERT / BRANDSTATTER, CHRISTIAN: - Osterreichs Aufbruch in die Moderne, 1880-1980. Mit 463 Abbildungen, davon 108 in Farbe. German Language.
67055: FEUCHTWANGER, LION: - Jew Suss Translated by Willa and Edwin Muir.
73945: FIDLER, KATHLEEN: - Tales of the West Country. Illustrated by Charles Keeping.
74831: FIELD, NORMAN H.; FRERE, S.S.; - Dorset and the Second Legion. New Light on a Roman Campaign. Foreword by Professor Sheppard Frere.
74464: FIELDING, HENRY; - The Modern Husband. A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty’s Servants.
67181: FILBEE, MARJORIE: - Cottage Industries.
52206: FINBERG, H.P.R. - West-Country Historical Studies
63846: FINES, JOHN: - Who’s Who in the Middle Ages. From the Collapse of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance.
78439: FINNEMORE, JOHN: - The Outlaw of The Shell. With Six Illustrations by Percy Tarrant.
75520: FIRKINS, PETER; - The Golden Eagles. Air Heroes of Two World Wars. SIGNED.
76798: FIRTH SCOTT G.; - From Franklin To Nansen Tales of Arctic Adventure. Retold by G. Firth Scott. With Numerous Illustrations. New Edition.
74677: FISHER, GEORGE; - The Instructor, or Young Man’s Best Companion. Containing Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic &c... In this work is Also Given A Compendium of the Sciences of Geography and Astronomy, And some Useful Interest-Tables. The Twenty-Eighth Edition, Corrected and Improved.
73414: FISHER, W.B.: - The Middle East. A Physical, Social, and Regional Geography. With 95 maps and diagrams.
67486: FISHER, ROSAMUND: - My Jungle Babies. Signed copy.
77648: FISHER, GEORGE; - The Instructor, or Young Man’s Best Companion. Containing Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic &c... In this work is Also Given A Compendium of the Sciences of Geography and Astronomy, And some Useful Interest-Tables. A New Edition.
77748: FISHER, JAMES: - The Fulmar. (6) (The New Naturalist Monograph).
67235: FISHER, GRAHAM (ED): - Historic Britain. Britain’s Heritage of Famous Places and People Through the Ages.
55978: FISHER, NIGEL: - Iain Macleod. Introduction by Lord Boyle of Handsworth. Signed copy.
54222: FISHER, NIGEL: - Harold Macmillan. Signed copy.
77706: (03) FITTER, R: - London's Natural History. (The New Naturalist 3).
77959: FITZ-ADAM, ADAM - The world New Edition.
77871: FLAVIOUS, JOSEPHUS; TRAILL, ROBERT; TAYLOR, ISAAC; - The Jewish War of Flavius Josephus. With His Autobiography. A New Translation by the late Rev. Robert Traill. Edited, with Noted by Isaac Taylor. Illustrated with 75 Engravings on Steel, From Drawings Made in Palestine Expressly for this Work.
72799: FLEG, EDMOND: - The Wall of Weeping translated from the French by Humbert Wolfe. Signed limited edition.
65459: FLEMING, THE REV. ROBERT JNR: - The Rise and Fall of Papacy. Edited with a memoir of the author, by the Rev. Thomas Thomson.
78366: FLEMING, IAN: - You Only Live Twice.
69085: FLEMING, ANDREW: - The Dartmoor Reaves. Investigating Prehistoric Land Divisions.
78130: FLETCHER, I.: - The Campaigns of Wellington: The Peninsula War 1801-1811, Peninsula War 1812-1814, The Waterloo Campaign. 3 volumes.
75118: FLETCHER, H.L.V.: - The County Books. Herefordshire.
67570: FLETCHER, J.S.: - The Plays of Beumont and Fletcher [selected]. With an introduction by J.S.Fletcher.
77285: FLETCHER, WILLIAM YOUNGER; DAVENPORT, CYRIL; STEPHENS, G.; - English Bookbindings. Bookbindings in France; Royal English Bookbindings; Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Four Volumes in One.
71324: FLETCHER, J.M.J. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol L.
71323: FLETCHER, J.M.J. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XLVII.
66384: FLETCHER, J.M.J.(ED): - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. From May 1924 to May 1925. Vol.46.
68099: FLETCHER, CANON J.R.: - Short History of Saint Michael’s Mount. Edited and completed by Dom John Stephan.
66920: FLETCHER, EDWARD: - A Bottle Collector’s Guide. European Seals, Case Gins and Bitters.
77767: (18) FLEURE, H. J: - A Natural History of Man in Britain. Conceived as a study of changing relations between Men & Environments. (The New Naturalist No. 18). With 38 colour photographs by Robert Atkinson, John Markham and others, 38 photographs in black and white and 76 line drawings by Alison Birch.
66769: FLOWER, MARGARET: - Victorian Jewellery With a foreword by Margaret J.Biggs and a chapter on collecting by Doris Langley Moore. With 118 pages of illustrations and 10 colour plates. Revised edition.
76329: FLOYD, GRACE C.; - The Three Little Kittens. Father Tuck’s Nursery Series.
72939: FLUXMAN, MAURICE: - Double Justice. Signed copy.
57168: FOLLETT, KEN: - The Hammer of Eden. Signed, dedicated copy.
75002: FONTAINE; LEMAISTRE, M. FELIX; - Fables De La Fontaine. Avec de nouvelles remarques explicatives philologiques et littaires et un choix de notes entraites de tous les commentateurs. Edition Illustree de Gravures sur Bois, d’apres les dessins de Staal. Precedee de la vie de l’auteur par Auger et de son eloge par Chamfort.
74994: FORBES, A. C.; - English Estate Forestry
74814: FORBES, URQUHART A.; ASHFORD, W. H. R.; - Our Waterways. A History of Inland Navigation Considered as a Branch of Water Conservancy.
76130: FORBES, ROSITA: - The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara. Author of “Unconducted Wanderers”. With 76 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author, and a Map.
77757: (30) FORD, E. B: - Moths. (The New Naturalist 30).
77707: FORD, E. B: - Butterflies. (01) (The New Naturalist 1).
67161: FORDE, NIGEL: - Fluffy Dice and other ‘Midweek’ verse. With a foreword by Libby Purves. Illustrated by Debbie Ryder.
78115: FOREMAN, MICHAEL; - The Folio Book of Christmas Crime Stories. Illustrations by Michael Foreman.
56885: FORESTER, C.S.: - The Captain from Connecticut.
77580: FORREST, H. E.; - The Vertebrate Fauna of North Wales. With Twenty-Eight Plates and a Map.
73613: FORREST, H.E.: - The Old Houses of Shrewsbury. Their History and Associations.
74964: FORSTER, E.M,: - A Passage To India. Folio Society Collection. In Six Volumes. Where Angels Fear to Tread, The Longest Journey, A Room With a View, Howards End, Maurice, A Passage To India. Six Volumes.
63721: FORSTER, E.M.: - The Eternal Moment. and Other Stories.
77537: FORSTER, HENRY RUMSEY; - The Stowe Catalogue. Priced and Annotated.
77172: FORTY, GEORGE: - The Illustrated Guide to Tanks of the World.
69690: FORTY, GEORGE: - Frontline Dorset. A County at War 1939-45.
77192: FORTY, GEORGE & ANNE; - Bovington Tanks.
77193: FORTY, GEORGE: - Chieftain Modern Combat Vehicles: 1.
76283: FORTY, GEORGE: - Frontline Dorset. A County at War 1939-45.
75183: FOSTER, J. J.; - The Stuarts Being Outlines of the Personal History of the Family. Illustrated from Portraits, Miniatures &c. in the Most Celebrated Collections.
49464: FOSTER, J.J./ HARDY, THOMAS (INTRODUCTORY NOTE): - Wessex Worthies (Dorset). With some account of others connected with the history of the County, and numerous portraits and illustrations. With an introductory note by THOMAS HARDY.
61376: FOSTER, B.: - Attractive original steel engraving of cathedral at Worms.
72213: FOSTER, B.: - Original steel engraving of ‘Spires’. Steel engraving ca 1840.
68789: FOULOUIER, V.: - Marianne. Magasin Des Demoiselles.
77411: FOWLER, JOSEPH; - A Description of Sherborne Scenery, Its Nature and History in its Relation to the Underlying Rocks. The Particular Contribution to this Scenery made by the Several Outcrops of Limestone Clay or Sand. The Faults which displace the Rocks and Thereby affect the Scenery. The Peculiar Manner in which the Hills Wheel Round about Sherborne. The Origin of Dry Valleys. The History of the River Yeo and the Formation of its Valley at Sherborne. Illustrated by Hubert Jones. SIGNED.
67485: FOWLER, CRISTOPHER: - Seventy-Seven Clocks. The new Bryant & May Mystery.
77325: FOWLER, JOSEPH - Mediaeval Sherborne, Taken for the most part from original Sherborne documents at St. Mary’s Abbey Church, the Castle, the Almshouse, the School, and the Digby Estate Office, together with matter, much of which has not hitherto been printed, from the Sherborne Manuscripts in the British Museum and elsewhere, as well as from printed books
50646: FOWLES, JOHN: - Mantissa. Author of “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”.
70669: FOWLES, JOHN: - Lyme Regis Camera.
57515: FOWLES, JOHN: - Mantissa. Author of “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”.
54791: FOWLES, JOHN: - Mantissa. Author of “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”.
76139: FOWLES, JOHN / DRAPER, JO: - Thomas Hardy’s England. Introduced and edited by John Fowles. Written by Jo Draper. SIGNED.
75904: FOWLES, JOHN: - The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
44150: FOX, AILEEN: - South West England. Ancient Peoples and Places.
75606: FOX, WILLIAM; - The Working Man’s Model Family Botanic Guide. Or, Every man his own doctor; being an exposition of the Botanic System, giving a clear and explicit explanation of the botanic practise, the cause, cure, and prevention of disease, embellished with engravings of the human body and herbs used in the botanic practise. Nineteenth Edition. Revised enlarged and Corrected by (A.R. & W.C. Fox.) Sons of the Author.
73432: FOX, SIR CYRIL: - Ancient Monuments, South Wales and Monmouthshire. Illustrated Regional Guides to Ancient Monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works. Volume IV. 2nd edition (enlarged).
71997: FOX, CELINA (ED): - London World City 1800-1840.
71910: FOX, SIR CYRIL: - Illustrated Regional Guides to Ancient Monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works. Volume IV South Wales and Monmouthshire. 3rd Edition (Enlarged).
54294: FOX, LEVI: - The Borough Town of Stratford-upon-Avon.
60511: FRA ANGELICO / MARTINDALE, C.C.: - With Dyed Garments. Ten reproductions in colour after Fra Angelico with Scripture Texts in the Doway Version chosen by W.H.Kent O.S.C. and an Essay by C.C.Martindale, S.J.
76040: FRANCIS, DICK: - Flying Finish. Signed First Edition with Dustwrapper.
55368: FRANCIS, DICK: - In the Frame.
63829: FRANCIS, DICK: - To the Hilt.
64173: FRANCIS, DICK: - Break In.
55022: FRANCIS, DICK: - Trial Run.
73311: FRANCIS, DICK: - Risk. Signed copy.
62187: FRANCIS, DICK: - Bolt.
56091: FRANCIS, DICK: - Straight.
55942: FRANCIS, M.E.: - Frieze And Fustian.
55182: FRANCIS, DICK: - Slay-Ride.
55021: FRANCIS, DICK: - Whip Hand.
54793: FRANCIS, DICK: - The Danger.
51905: FRANCIS, DICK: - Proof.
51904: FRANCIS, DICK: - Straight
51903: FRANCIS, DICK: - The Edge.
51902: FRANCIS, DICK: - Comeback.
51901: FRANCIS, DICK: - Longshot
51900: FRANCIS, DICK: - FIELD OF 13.
51899: FRANCIS, DICK: - 10-lb. Penalty.
76175: FRANCIS, DICK: - Forfeit. SIGNED COPY.
76174: FRANCIS, DICK: - Slay-Ride. SIGNED COPY.
76172: FRANCIS, DICK: - Enquiry. SIGNED COPY.
76170: FRANCIS, DICK: - Straight. Signed, Limited Numbered Edition in Slipcase.
49298: FRANK, HANS / LITSCHEL, RUDOLF WALTER: - Oberösterreich in alten Photographien 1848 - 1914. Bildtexte: R.W. Litschel. Gestaltung: Herbert Friedl.
73452: FRANK, ANNE: - The Diary of a Young Girl. New translation edited by Otto H.Frank and Mirjam Pressler. Translated by Susan Massotty. The definitive edition.
78387: FRANK SMEDLEY: - FRANK FAIRLEGH, Scenes from the life of A Private Pupil.
74069: FRANKLIN, ROBERT: - The Stuarts of Highcliffe.
74063: FRANKLIN, ROBERT: - The Fringes of History. The Life and Times of Edward Stuart Wortley.
75454: FRASER, DUNCAN; - Glen of the Rowan Trees And Other Stories.
75428: FRASER,GEORGE MACDONALD: - Flash For Freedom. From the Flashman Papers 1848-49. Edited and arranged by G.M.Fraser.
75427: FRASER, GEORGE MACDONALD: - Flashman at the Dragon.
75422: FRASER, GEORGE MACDONALD; - McAuslan In the Rough. And Other Stories.
74636: FRASER’S MAGAZINE; - Yeast: A Problem. Reprinted, with Corrections and Additions from Fraser’s Magazine.
67149: FRASER, ANTONIA (ED): - Oxford and Oxfordshire in verse. Edited and with an introduction by Antonia Fraser.
77802: FREDERICK, SIR CHARLES, ET AL: - Fox-Hunting. The Lonsdale Library volume VII. With Five Colour plates, Eighteen Reproductions of Hunting pictures, Forty-Five Illustrations.
77718: FREE, J. B; BUTLER, C. G.; - Bumblebees (40). (The New Naturalist 40).
54786: FREEMANTLE, BRIAN: - Face Me When You Walk Away
75210: FRENCH, GILBERT J.; - On The Banners of The Bayeux Tapestry And Some Earliest Heraldic Charges. Reprinted from the Journal of the Archaeological Association of Great Britain and Ireland, July 1857. For Presentation Only.
70502: FRERE, SHEPPARD: - Britannia. A History of Roman Britain.
73435: FREUD, ESTHER: - Hideous Kinky.
76403: (108). FRIEND, PETER: - Southern England. (The New Naturalist 108). Looking at the Natural Landscapes.
77677: (119). FRIEND, PETER; - Scotland. (The New Naturalist 118).
68625: FRISWELL, HAIN: - Footsteps to Fame. A Book to Open Other Books. New edition illustrated.
74936: FRITH, F.; - Canterbury Cathedral. Photographed by F. Frith.
71549: FRITH / BAINBRIDGE, JOHN: - Francis Frith’s Around Dorset. Photographic Memories.
71264: FRITH, FRANCIS / SACKETT, TERENCE & ELIZA: - Dorset Churches Francis Frith's Photographic Memories.
77338: FRITH / BAINBRIDGE, JOHN: - Francis Frith's Around Weymouth Photographic Memories.
76701: FROISSART, SIR JOHN: - Chronicles of England, France, Spain. And the adjoining Countries, From the latter part of the Reign of Edward II to the Coronation of Henry IV. Translated from the French Editions, with variations and additions from many celebrated MSS. by T. JOHNES, Esq. To which are prefixed A Life of the Author, an essay on his works, and a criticism on his History. With Illuminated Hand-Coloured Illustrations. Volume 1 Only.
76674: FROISSART, SIR JOHN: - Chronicles of England, France, Spain. And the adjoining Countries, From the latter part of the Reign of Edward II to the Coronation of Henry IV. Translated from the French Editions, with variations and additions from many celebrated MSS. by T. JOHNES. To which are prefixed A Life of the Author, an essay on his works, and a criticism on his History. In Two Volumes.
69863: FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES - Original Engraved Map of Germany and the Netherlands.
77716: FROST, W. E.; BROWN, M: - The Trout. (21) (The New Naturalist Monograph/ Special Volume 21).
66895: FROST, T.W.: - The price guide to old sheffield plate.
74171: FROST, W.E. / BROWN, M: - The Trout.(21) (The New Naturalist Monograph/ Special Volume).
48711: FRY, CHRISTOPHER: - Curtmantle. A Play.
78247: FRY, ERIC C.: - Life-Boat Design and Development
48712: FRY, CHRISTOPHER / SEARLE ,R.: - The Dark is Light Enough. A Winter Comedy.
48713: FRY, CHRISTOPHER: - The Firstborn. A Play in Three Acts.
76802: FUCHS, SIR VIVIAN: - Of Ice and Men. The Story of the British Antarctic Survey 1943-73.
77247: FUCHS, SIR VIVIAN: - Of Ice and Men. The Story of the British Antarctic Survey 1943-73.
72583: FULFORD, ROGER: - Votes for Women. The Story of a Struggle.
50172: FULLER, ROY: - Epitaphs and Occasions.
78232: FULLER, THOMAS: - The History of The Worthies of England: First Printed in 1662. A New Edition, With a Few Explanatory Notes by John Nichols. In Two Volumes.
67502: FULLER, ROY: - Seen Grandpa Lately? Illustrated by Joan Hickson.
50969: FULLER,R.J: - Bird Habitats in Britain.
54736: FULLER, ROY: - The Father's Comedy.
73401: FULLER, GEORGE W.: - A History of the Pacific North West.
72550: FULLER, THOMAS: - Fuller’s Worthies. Selected from The Worthies of England by Thomas Fuller. Edited and Introduced by Richard Barber.
54727: FULLER, ROY: - Carnal Island.
54726: FULLER, ROY: - My Child, My Sister.
55652: FULLERTON, ALEXANDER: - Other Men's Wives.
51033: FULLEYLOVE, J. / THOMAS, E: - Oxford.
77789: FULLEYLOVE, JOHN; MCCLYMONT, J. A.; - Greece. Painted by John Fulleylove. Described by J. A. McClymont.
77486: FUNK, CASIMIR; - The Vitamines.
68138: FUNNELL, RONALD S.: - Rambles In and Around Bournemouth.
73377: FURLONG, MONICA: - Visions and Longings. Medieval Women Mystics.
76779: FURSE, CHRIS; - Elephant Island An Antarctic Expedition
72742: FURST, HERBERT: - Original Engraving and Etching. An Appreciation.
52266: FUSSELL, G.E - The Old English Farming Books from Fitzherbert to Tull 1523 to 1730
61353: G. TOWNSEND.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Torquay. Public Gardens.
61352: G. TOWNSEND.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Devonport. Mount Wise.
69286: GADD, E.W.: - Victorian Logs. Signed copy.
53472: GALE, EDWARDS J.: - Pewter and the Amateur Collector.
73094: GALLOWAY, ELIJAH: - History and Progress of the Steam Engine; With a Practical Investigation of its Stucture and Application. By Elijah Galloway, civil engineer. To which is added, an Extensive Appendix, containing minute descriptions of all the various improved boilers; the constituent parts of steam engines; the machinery used in steam navigation; the new plans for steam carriages; and a variety of Engines for the Application of Other Motive Powers, with an experimental dissertation on the nature and properties of Steam and other elastic vapours; the strength and weight of materials, &c, &c, by Luke Herbert. Illustrated by Upwards of Two Hundred Engravings.
76608: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1922. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76610: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1925. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76612: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1927. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
74479: GALSWORTHY, JOHN; - Two Forsyte Interludes. A Silent Wooing, Passers By. Signed Limited Edition.
55593: GALSWORTHY, JOHN: - The Creation of Character in Literature. The Romanes Lecture Delivered in the Sheldonian Theatre 21 May 1931.
53768: (GALSWORTHY, JOHN). MARROT, H.V.: - A Bibiography Of The Works Of John Galsworthy. With an unpublished cartoon by Max Beerbohm in collotype, hand coloured, a portrait frontispiece in collotype and eight line facsimilies.
67519: GALWAY, JAMES: - An Autobiography.
74897: GAMLIN, MRS. HILDA; - ‘Twixt Mersey and Dee. With Colour Map.
77216: GANTHONY, ROBERT; - Bunkum Entertainments: A Collection of Original Laughable Skits. On conjuring, Physiognomy, Juggling, Performing Fleas, Waxworks, Panorams, Phrenology, Phonograph, Second sight, Lightning Calculators, Ventriloquism, Spiritualism etc. To Which are Added Humourous Sketches, Whimsical Recitals and Drawing-Room Comedies.
69322: GANTNER, JOSEPH / POBE, MARCEL: - Romanesque Art in France. With a preface by Marcel Aubert, 271 pictures in phototgravure by Jean Roubier and 8 Maps.
73915: GARDINER, DOROTHY: - Companion Into Dorset. With sixteen plates and a map.
73323: GARDINER, FLORENCE MARY: - Olla Podrida.
78321: GARDNER, JAMES: - The Faiths of The World, A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Sects, Their Doctrines, Rites, Ceremonies and Customs. In Eight Volumes/Divisions.
58395: GARDNER, JOHN: - Licence Renewed.
58396: GARDNER, JOHN: - For Special Services.
55909: GARDNER, JOHN: - Every Night’s a Bullfight.
57359: GARFIELD, LEON: - The Sound of Coaches.
63592: GARGER, ERNST: - Die Reliefs and den Furstentoren des Stefansdoms. German Language.
73949: GARNETT, RICHARD (ED): - Sylvia and David. The Townsend Warner/Garnett Letters.
58034: GARRATT, GEOFFREY THEODORE - The Shadow of the Swastika
43370: GARRETT, ERIC: - Bradford Abbas. The History of a Dorset Village.
72121: GARRETT, ALBERT: - A History of Wood Engraving. With a foreword by Professor Alan W. Woodruff.
72207: GASKELL, ELIZABETH: - Cranford. A Tale by Mrs Gaskell.
70636: GASTINAEU, H. / WOOLNOTH, W.: - Wardour Castle, Wiltshire. Black and white engraved print.
76319: GASTINEAU, HENRY; - Wales Illustrated in a Series of Views, Comprising the Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Castles, Seats of Nobility & Gentry, Antiquities &c. Engraved on Steel from the Original Drawings by Henry Gastineau. Accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions.
77862: GASTINEAU, HENRY; - Wales Illustrated in a Series of Views, Comprising the Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Castles, Seats of Nobility & Gentry, Antiquities &c. Engraved on Steel from the Original Drawings by Henry Gastineau. Accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions.
78168: GATHORNE-HARDY: PENNANT: SHAND: WATSON: - The Salmon. Fur, Feather & Fin Series. With chapters on The Law of Salmon Fishing and Cookery.
73991: GAUNT, WILLIAM: - Chelsea.
73748: GEDDES / GROSSET: - Classical Mythology. A dictionary of tales, characters and traditions from Classical Mythology. Illustrations of paintings and sculptures inspired by myth. A collection of myths, retold for the modern reader.
60279: GEDDIE, JOHN: - Romantic Edinburgh. Third impression, revised.
76017: GELL, WILLIAM; - Glen Helen And Other Poems.
69261: GENTLE, MARY: - Orhte: Chronicles of Carrick V.
69862: GEO BARNARD - The OAK. The Home Park Bushey. No 12
69861: GEO BARNARD - The Wych Elm. Norbury Park No 19
44304: GEORGANO, G.N: - The Clasic Rolls-Royce.
74538: GEORGE SIMENON - VIOLENT ENDS Comprising Belle and the Brothers Rico.
72619: GEORGE DODD - British Manufactures. British Manufactures. Series IV
72178: GERALDINE ROBINSON - Three Kittens in a Boat
74358: GERARD, THOMAS; COKER, JOHN; LEGG, RODNEY; - Coker’s Survey of Dorsetshire Second Edition printed by John Creed with an Afterword by Rodney Legg. Limited Numbered Edition.
73298: GERARD, JAMES W.: - My four years in Germany. (By the Late Ambassador to the German Imperial Court). Illustrated.
44892: GERMANY - München. 16 des schönsten Aufnahmen. Reihe 2.
44893: GERMANY - LIEBIG: - Alt - Frankfurt a. M. 12 Ansichten nach Oelgemälden von B. LIEBIG.
76649: GERNET, JACQUES: - A History of Chinese Civilisation. Translated by J. R. Foster and Charles Hartman. Introduced by Jonathan D. Spence. Two volumes. In slipcase.
53402: GESTACKER, FREDERICK: - Western Lands and Western Waters. With Illustrations From Designs By Eminent Artists.
69186: GHETTI, WALTER / MAZZUCCO, ROBERT: - Amerigo Vespucci e i secoli d’oro della vela. (and the golden age of sail). Italian language.
75384: GIBB, SIR ALEXANDER; - The Story of Telford. The Rise of Civil Engineering. With 32 Illustrations and 3 Maps.
75507: GIBB, DR. ROBERT SHIRRA; - A Farmer’s Fifty Years in Lauderdale. Foreword by Sir Robert Greig.
77280: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Sweet Thames Run Softly With Engravings By The Author.
77559: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - The Wood Engravings of Robert Gibbings. With some recollections by the Artist. Edited by Patience Empson. Introduction by Thomas Balston.
71316: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Till I End My Song. With wood engravings by the author.
69193: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Trumpets from Montparnasse. Illustrated with eight colour plates and forty wood engravings by the author.
72549: GIBBON, EDWARD: - Memoirs of my Life. Edited and with an Introduction by Betty Radice.
65774: GIBSON, W.W.: - Battle. Introduction by Kelsey Thornton.
77962: GIBSON, A.; PICKFORD, W.; - Association Football & The Men Who Made It. Fully Illustrated. In Four Volumes.
75221: GIDE, ANDRE; BUSSY, DOROTHY; - If It Die... Translated by Dorothy Bussy. LIMITED EDITION. 394/1500.
76647: GILBERT, MARTIN: - Churchill. A Life. Two Volumes In Slipcase.
49796: GILBERT & SULLIVAN / BAILY, LESLIE: - The Gilbert & Sullivan Book. Revised edition. 4th.edition, completely revised and enlarged.
73574: GILBERT, BENTLEY B.: - Britain Since 1918.
67515: GILBERT, MARTIN: - Winston Churchill. The Wilderness Years.
61271: GILBERT, MICHAEL: - Death Has Deep Roots. Uniform edition of Michael Gilbert.
53320: GILBERT, MARK: - Smoking: 500B.C. - A.D.1936
35862: GILCHRIST, JAMES: - Anglican Church Plate. A Connoisseur Monograph. SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
54741: GILKES, A. N: - The Impact of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
67065: GILLIARD, ALFRED J.: - Across the Road. Some Memories of Sergeant-Observer Donald Owen Culshaw R.A.F. Second impression.
77575: GILLIES, H. PATRICK; - Netherlorn. Argyllshire and its Neighbourhood. With Numerous Illustrations by A. Scott Rankin.
66027: GILMORE, MAEVE (ED): - Peake’s Progress. Selected Writings and Drawings of Mervyn Peake. Introduction by John Watney.
73217: GILMOUR, DAVID: - The Long Recessional. The Imperial Life of Rudyard Kipling.
77639: GILPIN, WILLIAM: - Remarks on Forest Scenery, and other Woodland Views. (Relative Chiefly to Picturesque Beauty) Illustrated by the Scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire. In Three Books. (Bound in Two Volumes).
72407: GILPIN, WILLIAM: - Sermons Preached to a Country Congregation: to which are added a few Hints for Sermons; intended chiefly for the use of the younger clergy. By William Gilpin, Prebendary of Salisbury, and Vicar of Boldre in New Forest. Second edition.
78463: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - The Scarlet Hand. Being the adventures of Travers Humphreys and his friend, Jack Haliday. together with authenticated facts in connection with the secret Society of the Scarlet Hand, and some mention of Jugatai, the Tartar.
78462: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - The Realm of The Wizard King. With a Frontispiece in Colour and Seven B&W full-page Illustrations by R. Caton Woodville.
78457: GILSON, MAJOR CHARLES: - The Silver Shoe. Being an Account of a Secret Society and the Doings of Chung-Li and Certain Other Chinese of Infamous Repute. Illustrated by R. Caton Woodville.
78459: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - The Lost Column, A Story of the Boxer Rebellion in China. Of The Siege of Tientsin and Admiral Seymour’s attempt to relieve the Peking Legations... Illustrated in Colour by Cyrus Cuneo.
78469: GILSON, MAJOR CHARLES: - In The Land of Shame. A Story of Central Africa, of the Slave Trade, and of the Discovery of Neuroline. With a frontispiece in colour and eight full-page illustrations by John De Walton.
78458: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - On Secret Service. Containing certain passages in the lives of Daniel Wansborough, Ex-Superintendent-Detective, and Felix von Arnheim, Master Spy, Concerned in the plot of the Triangles of Death. Illustrated in colour by John De Walton.
78468: GILSON, MAJOR CHARLES: - Jack Without a Roof A Story of the War in La Vendee. With a frontispiece in colour and eight full-page illustrations by John De Walton.
78464: GILSON, MAJOR CHARLES: - Treasure of Kings. Being the story of discovery of the “Big Fish” or the Quest of the Greater Treasure of the Incas of Peru.
78461: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - The Treasure of the Red Tribe. With 4 illustrations in Colour and B&W by John de Walton.
78460: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - The Lost City Being the authentic account by Professor Miles Unthank of the search for the sarcophagus of Serophis, and the theft of the Mystic Scarab. With a frontispiece in Colour and 8 full page illustrations by R. Caton Woodville.
78465: GILSON, CHARLES: - The Sword of Deliverance A Story of the Balkan War, the Battle of Lule Burgas, and The Siege of Adrianople. With Illustrations by H. C. Seppings Wright.
78466: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - In Arms for Russia. Illustrated by C. E. Brock.
78467: GILSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: - The Captives of the Caves. And other stories of Adventure. Illustrated with 4 Colour plates by Leo Bates.
75059: GINSBURG, MADELINE; - Victorian Dress In Photographs.
70423: GINSBURG, MADELEINE: - The Hat. Trends and Traditions. Foreword by Hardy Amies.
71996: GIROUARD, MARK: - The Victorian Country House Revised and Enlarged Edition.
44815: GITTINGS, ROBERT: - The Roman Road. And other poems.
76794: GIUDICI, DAVIDE; - The Tragedy of the Italia With the Rescuers to the Red Tent. Special Correspondent of the “Corriere della Sera” on board the Krassin.
69797: GLADWIN, DAVID: - Steam on the Road.
60512: GLASS, FREDERICK J.: - Design and Composition in Line, Form and Mass.
67238: GLEESON, JANET: - The Arcanum. The extraordinary true story of the invention of European Porcelain.
76795: GLEN, A. R.; - Young Men in the Arctic the Oxford University Arctic Expedition to Spitsbergen 1933.
56690: GLEN, A.R. (ASSISTED BY N.A.C.CROFT): - Under the Pole Star. The Oxford University Arctic Expedition 1935-6.
73752: GLENDINNING, VICTORIA: - Jonathan Swift.
69068: GLOAG, JOHN: - The Englishman's Castle. A History of houses, large and small, in town and country, from A.D.100 to the present day. With drawings by Marjory Whittington.
48556: GLOVER, HARRY ( ED. & COMPILED BY): - A Standard Guide to Pure-Breed Dogs.
74032: GLOVER, JANE: - Mozart’s Women. His Family, His Friends, His Music.
72713: GLOVER, ROBERT / MILLES, THOMAS: - The Kings of England ever since it was so called. Edited by Derek Parker with an introduction by Nigel Ramsay.
70899: GLOVER, MICHAEL: - An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers & Uniforms. From the original paintings by the late CHATER PAUL CHATER.
48553: GLYN, COL.SIR R: - Champion Dogs of the World. Photographs by Sally A.Thompson.
75048: GOBLET, LOUIS; - Memoires de Gaspard Recueillis Par Sa Petite Amie Suzette. Illustrations de A. Reynolt.
69476: GODDARD, CANON E.H.: - Wiltshire Bibliography. A catalogue of printed books, pamphlets and articles bearing on the history, topography and natural history of the county. Part I, Wiltshire as a whole; Part II, individual parishes arranges alphabetically.
52904: GODDARD, CANON ED. H: - Wiltshire Bibliography. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Pamphlets and Articles Bearing on the History, Topography and Natural History of the County.
68280: GODDEN, RUMER: - The Dark Horse.
68279: GODDEN, RUMER: - Thursday’s Children.
68276: GODDEN, RUMER: - Cromartie v. the God Shiva, acting through the Government of India.
68275: GODDEN, RUMER: - Mooltiki and other stories and poems of India.
76086: GODFREY; - Original Hand Coloured Engraving of Knowle, near Sevenoak, In the County of Kent. Formerly a Palace belonging to the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury.
76871: GODFREY, A. S. T.; - The Cradle of the North Wind. With a Portrait and 2 Maps.
75862: GODWIN, WILLIAM; - The Adventures of Caleb Williams; Or, Things As They Are. Revised and Corrected. With A Memoir of the Author.
75832: GODWIN; WILLIAM; - Things As They Are; Or, The Adventures of Caleb Williams. In Three Volumes. Fourth Edition.
78273: GODWIN, GEORGE: - Trial of Peter Griffiths (The Blackburn Baby Murder) (NBT 73). With an Appendix by C. Stanford Read (Consulting Psychiatrist to the West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases).
78498: GODWIN, REV. G. N.: - The Civil War in Hampshire (1642-45) And the Story of Basing House. Illustrated with Portraits and Coloured View of Basing House. New and Revised Edition.
72438: GODWIN, REV.G.N.: - The Civil War in Hampshire (1642-45). And the Story of Basing House. Illustrated with portraits and coloured view of Basing House. New and Revised edition. Limited edition.
67154: GOLANT, WILLIAM: - The Long Afternoon. British India 1601-1947.
74015: GOLDBERG, MICHAEL: - Carlyle and Dickens.
72860: GOLDING, WILLIAM: - Rites of Passage.
70751: GOLDING, J.A.: - Colonialism. The Golden Years.
60799: GOLDING, CLAUD: - The County Books. London, The City.
72775: GOLDSCHMIDT, BERTRAND: - The Atomic Complex. A Worldwwide Political History of Nuclear Energy. Substantially revised and updated from the original French edition, Le Complexe Atomique. Signed copy.
78394: GOLDSMITH, OLIVER: - The Deserted Village. Illustrated by Members of The Etching Club.
77961: GOLDSMITH, OLIVER: - A History of the Earth & Animated Nature. With A Supplement and Numerous Notes from the Writings of Distinguished Naturalists, British and Foreign. With numerous Engravings on Steel and on Wood, Comprising many hundreds of illustrative figures. In Six Volumes.
77282: GOLLEY, JOHN: - Whittle, The True Story In Association with Sir Frank Whittle.
62114: GOLLIN, ALFRED: - No Longer An Island. Britain & the Wright Brothers 1902-1909.
61782: GOMBRICH, E.H.: - The Story of Art. Twelfth Edition-enlarged & revised.
78238: GOOD, RONALD: - The Old Roads of Dorset. (New Enlarged Edition). With twenty Two Maps.
70788: GOOD, RONALD: - A Geographical Handbook of the Dorset Flora. Includes a chapter on The Soils of Dorset. By K.L. Robinson. With frontispiece and 42 maps.
62359: GOOD, RONALD: - A Concise Flora of Dorset.
69973: GOOD, RONALD: - The Lost Villages of Dorset.
68884: GOOD, RONALD: - A Geographical Handbook of the Dorset Flora. Includes a chapter on The Soils of Dorset. By K.L. Robinson.
68818: GOOD, RONALD: - Weyland. The Story of Weymouth and its Countryside. With illustrations by the author.
77323: GOODCHILD, JOHN; - The Borough of Yeovil, It’s History and Government Through the Ages. With Assitance of L.C. Haywar and E.A. Batty.
73887: GOODDEN, CECIL P.: - The Story of Sherborne Pageant Produced in the Old Castle Ruins at Sherborne in June 1905. With an introduction by Louis N.Parker And a Sonnet by James Rhoades. Signed copy.
64372: GOODRICH, REV P.J.: - Trowbridge and its Times.
60768: GORDON, SETON: - The County Books. Highlands of Scotland.
75137: GORDON, SETON; - The County Books. The Highlands of Scotland.
74885: GORDON, ADAM LINDSAY; - Poems. Sea Spray and Smoke Drift. Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes. Miscellaneous Poems. Ashtaroth: A Dramatic Lyric. The Roll of The Kettledrum (Illustrated).
52296: GORDON, JOHN - The German Shepherd dog (the Alasatian)
76793: GORDON HAYES, J.; - The Conquest of the South Pole ‘Keystone Library.’
47024: GORDON, E.O.: - Prehistoric London Its Mounds and Circles [Duw-A-Digon]. With appendices by the Rev. John Griffith.
73382: GORE, REV.CHARLES (ED): - Lux Mundi. A Series of Studies in the Religion of the Incarnation.
72486: GORE, JOHN (ED): - The Creevey Papers.
73614: GORING, ROSEMARY (ED): - Dictionary of Writers. International Authors from Angelou to Xenophon.
72607: GOSS, JOHN: - Ballads of Britain. Edited with a foreword by John Goss. With an Introduction by Sir John Squire and Decorations by J.Whitehead.
70854: GOSSE, EDMUND (ED): - English Odes Selected by Edmund Gosse.
63989: GOTCH, A.F.: - Birds Their Latin Names Explained.
75804: GOULD, ROBERT FREKE; - The History of Freemasonry. Its Antiquities, Symbols, Constitutions, Customs, etc. Embracing an investigation of the Records of the Organisations of the Fraternity in England, Scotland, Ireland, British Colonies, France, Germany, and the United States. Derived from Official Sources. Three Volumes.
73474: GOULD, ROBERT W.: - British Campaign Medals. Waterloo to the Falklands. An Illustrated Reference Guide for Collectors.
77585: GOULD, R. F.: - The History of Freemasonry. Its Antiquities, Symbols, Constitutions, Customs, etc.; Embracing an investigation of the Records of the Organisations of the Fraternity in England, Scotland, Ireland, British Colonies, France, Germany, and the United States. Described From Official Sources. In Six Volumes.
74134: GOULD, F.CARRUTHERS: - Froissart’s Modern Chronicles. Told and Pictured by F.Carruthers Gould.
71065: GOULD, JOHN / RICHTER, H.C.: - Passer Montanus (Tree Sparrow) From Gould’s Birds of Great Britain.
77988: GOWANS, ADAM L.; - A Treasury of English Verse Selected by Adam L. Gowans. Illustrated by Stephen Reid.
77055: GRAHAM, P. ANDERSON: - Highways and Byways in Northumbria. With illustrations by HUGH THOMSON.
71360: GRAHAM, FRANK: - Historic Newcastle.
71245: GRAHAM, SUSAN: - This Land I Love. With photographs by Kenneth and Jean Bigwood.
42763: GRAHAM, E: - Memorials of Wessex.
78405: GRAHAME, KENNETH: MOORE, INGA: - The Adventures of Mr Toad. From The Wind in The Willows. Illustrated by Inga Moore. Signed & Numbered edition.
78406: GRAHAME, KENNETH: MOORE, INGA: - The River Bank and Other Stories. From The Wind in The Willows. Illustrated by Inga Moore. Signed & Numbered edition.
77506: GRAHAME, KENNETH: - The Wind in the Willows. With a frontispiece by Graham Robertson.
77807: GRAHAME, KENNETH / BEARDSLEY: - Pagan Papers.
66891: GRANDJEAN, BREDO L.: - Dansk Ostindisk Porcelaen Importen fra Kanton ca.1700-1822. Danish language.
74573: GRANT, JOY; - Stella Benson. A Biography.
73867: GRANT, JOHN: - Dorset Who’s Who.
70514: GRANT, MICHAEL: - The Roman Forum. Photographs by Werner Forman.
68616: GRANVILLE, A.B.: - Spas of England and Principal Sea-Bathing Places. With a new introduction by Geoffrey Martin. Three volumes in two. 1: The North, 2: the Midlands and South.
75639: GRAVES, ROBERT; HODGE, ALAN; - The Long Weekend. A Social History of Great Britain 1918 - 1939. Introduced by Juliet Gardner.
77970: GRAVES, ROBERT; - I, Claudius. From the Autobiography of Tiberius Claudius. Emperor of the Romans.
72732: GRAVES, ROBERT: - No More Ghosts. Selected Poems.
72479: GRAVES, ROBERT: - The Greek Myths. Introduced by Kenneth McLeish. Illustrations by Grahame Baker. Two volumes.
72174: GRAVES, ROBERT: - Lars Porsena. or the Future of Swearing and Improper Language.
71006: GRAVES, ROBERT: - I, Claudius. From the Autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, Emperor of the Romans. Born 10BC, Murdered and deified AD 54. Introduction by Allan Massie. Illustrations by Neil Packer.
77971: GRAVES, ROBERT; - Claudius The God and His Wife Messalina. The Troublesome Reign of Tiberius Claudius Caesar...
73357: GRAY, TODD: - Exeter Engraved. The Cathedral, Churches, Chapels, and Priories. Devon Engraved Series. Volume Two.
66186: GRAY, THOMAS: - An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. Artists’ Edition.
53778: GREATREX, JOAN (ED): - The Register of the Common Seal of the Priory of St Swithun, Winchester, 1345-1497.
52609: GREEN, MIRANDA - The Gods of the Celts.
78229: GREEN, ROLAND: - How I Draw Birds. A Practical Guide for the Bird-Watcher.
73405: GREEN, DANIEL: - CPC Europe. A family of food companies. Foreword by Leo Tindemans.
72981: GREEN, F.C.: - Minuet. A Critical Survey of French and English Literary Ideas in the Eighteenth Century.
73273: GREEN, HOWARD: - The King’s Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) (The 4th. Regiment of Foot). Famous Regiments. Edited by Lt-General Sir Brian Horrocks.
73039: GREEN, THOMAS HILL: - Lectures on the Principles of Political Obligation. With an introduction by A.D.Lindsay. Reprinted from Green’s Philosophical works, vol II. With a preface by Bernard Bosanquet.
71986: GREEN, JONATHON: - Dictionary of Jargon.
71984: GREEN, MARGARET: - A Hampshire Treasury and select bibliography.
70277: GREEN, MIRANDA: - The Gods of the Celts.
68223: GREEN, FOX: - Royal Dorset Yacht Club. The Life and Times of the Royal Dorset Yacht Club 1875-1975
72135: GREENAWAY, KATE: - Sixteen Examples in Colour of the Artist’s Work. With an introduction by M.H.Speilmann.
77399: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Lost Childhood. And Other Essays.
77911: GREENE, GRAHAM; - The Comedians.
77401: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Complaisant Lover. a Comedy.
77403: GREENE, GRAHAM / GREENE, HUGH (EDS): - The Spy’s Bedside Book. An Anthology edited by Graham Greene and Hugh Greene.
77404: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Little Horse Bus. Illustrated by Dorothy Craigie.
77388: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Ministry of Fear. An Entertainment.
77387: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Bear Fell Free. Signed & Limited Numbered Edition. “The Grayson Books” Edited by John Hackney.
77405: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Pleasure Dome. The Collected Film Criticism 1935-40. Edited by John Russell Taylor.
75586: GREENE, GRAHAM: - A Burnt-Out Case.
75073: GREENE, CARLETON; - Wharves and Piers Their Design, Construction, and Equipment.
77400: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Potting Shed. a Play in Three Acts.
77402: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Living Room. a Play in Two Acts.
77392: GREENE, GRAHAM; - Stamboul Train. With Quin Savory on page 77.
77908: GREENE, GRAHAM; - Ways of Escape.
77389: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Power and the Glory.
77390: GREENE, GRAHAM; - It's a Battlefield. Inscribed by the Author.
77391: GREENE, GRAHAM; - The Name of Action. The author's second novel.
77393: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Confidential Agent. An Entertainment.
77394: GREENE, GRAHAM: - England Made Me. A Novel.
77395: GREENE, GRAHAM: - A Gun For Sale. An Entertainment.
77915: GREENE, GRAHAM: - A Burnt-Out Case.
75902: GREENHILL GARDYNE, LT.COL.C.: - The Life of A Regiment. The History of the Gordon Highlanders from its Formation in 1794 to 1816. Volume 1 Only.
75394: GREENLY, HENRY; - Model Electric Locomotives and Railways: Their Details and Practical Construction. With 326 Photographs, diagrams and Working Drawings. Cassell's 'Model' Series.
75126: GREENWOOD, WALTER; - The County Books. Lancashire.
69392: GREENWOOD,C.& J. - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON. From an actual Survey made in the years 1825 & 1826
78260: GREGORY, J. W.: BARRETT, B. H.: - General Stratigraphy With 10 Maps and 36 Illustrations. *Important Association Copy.*
77329: GREIG, JOHN: - The Musical Educator. A Library of Musical Instruction by Eminent specialists. In 5 volumes.
76805: GRENFELL, SIR WILFRED THOMASON: - A Labrador Doctor. The Autobiography. Revised Popular Edition.
76706: GRESHAM; - Structure of The Bee. Shown In Model. The Queen Bee & The Drone. Illustrated Models. ‘Reveal-style’ hinged plates.
75672: GRETTON, G. LE M; - The Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment. From 1684 - 1902. Namur, 1695. Oudenarde. China. New Zealand.Tel-el-Kebir. Blenheim. Malplaquet. Pegu. Afganistan, 1879-80. Nile, 1884-5. Ramillies. Egypt. Sevastopol. Egypt, 1882. South Africa, 1900-2. Second Thousand.
54298: GRETTON, M. STURGE: - Burford. Past & Present. Preface by W.Warde Fowler.
72473: GREVILLE, CHARLES: - Greville's England. Selections from the diaries of Charles Greville 1818 - 1860. Edited, introduced and annotated by Christopher Hibbert.
77013: GREY, PAMELA; - The White Wallet
66261: GRIFFIN, LEONARD: - Taking Tea With Clarice Cliff. A Celebration of her Art Deco Teaware. Photography by Michael Slaney & Leonard Griffin.
44773: GRIFFIN, A.H: - Adventuring in Lakeland. 'Scrambling, 'geriatric' rock-climbing, gill-climbing, snow-climbing and ski-mountaineering'.
54187: GRIFFITH, GEORGE: - The Rose of Judah. A Tale of the Captivity.
54188: GRIFFITH, GEORGE: - Valdar the Oft-Born: a Saga of Seven Ages.
52587: GRIFFITHS, YVONNE - New History of England: 1485-1688
73669: GRIGG, JOHN: - Lloyd George. From Peace to War. 1912-1916.
73668: GRIGG, JOHN: - Lloyd George. The People’s Champion. 1902-1911.
70587: GRIGSON, GEOFFREY: - A Choice of Thomas Hardy’s Poems. Made and Introduced by Geoffrey Grigson. Illustrated by Glynn Thomas.
55118: GRIGSON, GEOFFREY: - Portrait of Wessex. Tours, & Gazetteer. (About Britain No.2).
76007: (GRISET, ERNEST) GREENWOOD, J: - The Hatchet Throwers. With Thirty-Six Illustrations, Drawn on Wood, by Ernest Griset, From his Original Designs.
47163: GROGAN, LADY (HIS DAUGHTER): - Reginald Bosworth Smith. A memoir.
54867: GROOM, A. V: - Edward The Eighth - Our King. Foreword by Howard Marshall.
77942: GROSE: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF SOMERSETSHIRE. From: GROSE'S “Supplement to the Antiquities of England and Wales”. Based on the map by John Seller. New is the descriptive text underneath the map which continues on the reserve.
78386: GROTE, GEORGE: - A History of Greece. From the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation Contemporary with Alexander the Great. A New Edition. In Twelve Volumes. With Portrait, Maps, and Plans.
73980: GRYLLS, BEAR: - Facing the Frozen Ocean. One man’s dream to lead a team across the treacherous North Atlantic.
73681: GUARESCHI, GIOVANNI: - Don Camillo and the Prodigal Son. Translated by Frances Frenaye.
57474: GUEDALLA, PHILIP: - A Gallery.
73852: GUEDALLA, PHILIP: - Bonnet and Shawl. An Album.
73741: GUERBER, H.A.: - Myths of Greece and Rome. Their Stories, Signification and Origin.
75027: GUGGISBERG, C. A. W.; - Game Animals of Eastern Africa.
74420: GUIBAUT, ANDRE: - Tibetan Venture. In the Country of the Ngolo-Setas. Second Guibaut-Liotard Expedition. Translated by Lord Sudley.
69063: GUIDO, MARGARET: - Syracuse a handbook to its history and principal monuments.
64319: GUILLAUME/LINEPHTY, MAUR: - Hans Memling La Chasse de Sainte-Ursule. Text in French. Shrine of Saint Ursula,
74561: GUIZOT, MADAME; (MME); - L’Ecolier Ou Raoul & Victor. Ouvrage couronne par l’Academie francais. Huitieme Edition.
73596: GULLEY, NORMAN: - Plato’s Theory of Knowledge.
69298: GUN BUSTER: - Victory Salvo.
68621: GUN BUSTER: - Zero Hours.
68620: GUN BUSTER: - Grand Barrage.
68420: GUN BUSTER: - Battle Dress.
71807: GUNN, NEIL M.: - The Lost Chart.
68844: GUNN, NEIL M.: - Sun Circle.
44800: GUNSTON, DAVID: - Lawnswood Chronicles.
72424: GURNEY, THOMAS: - Brachygraphy or an easy and Compendious System of Short-Hand Adapted to the Various Arts, Sciences and Professions; Improved after more than Forty Years Practice and Experience by Thomas Gurney: And brought still nearer to Perfection upon the present Method by Joseph Gurney. The twelfth Edition. Signed copy.
62236: GUTH: - “a Premiere of France” Vanity Fair. Jan 27. 1898.
78237: GUTTRIDGE, ROGER: - Dorset Smugglers.
70674: GUTTRIDGE, ROGER: - Blackmore Vale Camera Signed copy.
70544: GWYNNE-JAMES, DAVID: - Letters from Oman. A snapshot of feudal times as oil signals change.
52729: HAACK, HERMANN: - Oriental Rugs. An illustrated guide. Edited and translated by George & Cornelia Wingfield Digby.
78414: HABBEN, F. H.: - London Street Names. Their Origin, Signification, and historic Value; With Divers Notes and Observations.
77785: HADDON, TREVOR; CALVERT, A. F.: - Southern Spain. Painted & Described.
73680: HADDON, CELIA: - The First Ever English Olimpyck Games.
75799: HADFIELD, CHARLES: - The Canals of South Wales and the Border. The canals of the British Isles series.
74440: HADFIELD, JOHN; WHISTLER, REX; - Restoration Love Songs With Documents by Rex Whistler. Limited Numbered Copy 517/660.
69283: HADFIELD, CHARLES: - The Canal Age. With plates, maps and text illustrations.
78016: HAGGARD, H. RIDER: - Swallow. A Tale of the Great Trek.
77407: HAGGARD, H. RIDER - African Adventures. Three Volumes In Slipcase. King Solomons Mines, She, Allan Quatermain.
55923: HAGGARD, WILLIAM: - The Protectors.
55922: HAGGARD, WILLIAM: - The Bitter Harvest.
55921: HAGGARD, WILLIAM: - The Kinsmen.
76099: HAGGARD, H. RIDER: - Ayesha. The Return of She.
46699: HAIGH, A. E.: - The Attic Theatre. A Description of the Stage and Theatre of the Athenians and of the Dramatic Performances at Athens.
57896: HAILEY, ARTHUR: - Airport.
55187: HAINES, F.MERLIN: - Tone And Colour In Landscape Painting. Signed with signed letter.
71878: HALDANE, A.R.B.: - The Drove Roads of Scotland.
73248: HALDANE, CHARLOTTE: - The Last Great Empress of China.
77736: (65) HALE, W.G.: - Waders. (The New Naturalist 65).
74050: HALE, J.R.: - Machiavelli and Renaissance Italy. Teach Yourself History. General editor A.L.Rowse.
66884: HALL, JOHN: - Staffordshire Portrait Figures.
67517: HALL, WARREN: - Azure Coast. a diary of the French and Italian Rivieras. With illustrations by the author.
77439: HALL, H. R.; - A Season's Work at Ur. Al-’Ubaid, Abu Shahrain (Eridu), and Elsewhere. Being an Unofficial Account of the British Museum Archaeological Mission to Babylonia, 1919. With 277 Illustrations and Maps.
77956: HALL, SIDNEY: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE. From: “A New British Atlas”. With maps constructed from the most recent Surveys. With “Reference to Hundred and Liberties.”
74067: HALLAM, RICHARD / BEYNON, MARK: - Scrimgeour’s Small Scribbling Diary. 1914-1916. The truly astonishing wartime diary and letters of an Edwardian gentleman, naval officer, boy and son.
69533: HALLIDAY, SONIA / LUSHINGTON, LAURA: - The Christmas Story in stained glass.
69794: HALLOWS, I.S. (ED): - Finishing Handbook and Directory, 1957.
55715: HALLS, GILLIAN: - The Cobra Kite.
72657: HAMBLOCH, ERNEST: - His Majesty the President. A Study of Constitutional Brazil. With 20 Illustrations and a Map.
76684: HAMBRO, ANGUS V. (PRESIDENT); - The Dorset Year Book 1930
76686: HAMBRO, ANGUS V. (PRESIDENT); - The Dorset Year Book for 1932. With "The Literature of Dorset", by H. F. Johnstone (extensive bibliography of Dorset related books - 18 pp.).
75396: HAMILTON, J. R. C.; - Excavations at Jarlshof, Shetland. Ministry of Works, Archaeological Reports, No.1.
73575: HAMILTON, VICTORIA: - Narcissus and Oedipus. The Children of Psychoanalysis.
75395: HAMILTON, J. R. C.; - Excavations at Clickhimin, Shetland. Ministry of Public Building and Works, Archaeological Reports, No.6.
61018: HAMILTON-EDWARDS, GERALD: - In Search of Ancestry. a guide to genealogical sources.
78423: HAMILTON CURREY, COMMANDER E.: - Ian Hardy Naval Cadet. With Illustrations in Colour.
62732: HAMILTON, JOHN: - War at Sea. 1939-1945. Signed limited edition.
77980: HAMILTON, A.E.: - This Smoking World. With an introductory essay by Sir Montague Shearman.
67159: HAMILTON, ADAM: - Leading Beyond The Walls. Developing Congregations with a Heart for the Unchurched. Foreword by Lyle E.Schaller.
73099: HAMILTON, COUNT ANTHONY: - Memoirs of Count Grammont. Translated by Horace Walpole. Wood Engravings by Wilfred Jones. Limited edition.
74369: HAMMERTON, J.A; - The New Punch Library.
69495: HAMST, OLPHAR: - Handbook of Fictitious Names: Being a guide to authors, chiefly in the lighter literature of the XIXth century, who have written under assumed names; and to literary forgers, imposters, plagiarists, and imitators.
57744: HAND COLOURED FASHION PLATE - THE FASHIONS Expressly designed & prepared for The "Ehglishwoman's Domestic Magazine"
67336: HANHAM, H.J. (ED): - Bibliography of British History. 1851-1914. Issued under the direction of the American Historical Association and the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain.
70401: HANNIGAN, DAN: - Ancient Tracks. Walking Through Historic Britain. Photographs by Simon McBride.
76154: HANSEN, HANS JURGEN (GEN. ED.); - Art And The Seafarer. A Historical Survey of the Arts and Crafts of Sailors and Shipwrights.
77245: HANSEN, WALLACE; - Greenland's Ice Fury
78293: HARCOURT, ROBERT: HARRIS, SIR C. ALEXANDER: - A Relation of a Voyage to Guiana. With Purchas’s Transcript of a report made at Harcourt’s instance on the Marrawini District. Edited with Introduction & Notes by Sir C. Alexander Harris. Second Series No. LX.
55676: HARCOURT, PALMA: - Climate for Conspiracy. A Diplomatic Thriller.
78303: HARCUS, WILLIAM: - South Australia: Its History, Resources, and Productions. Illustrated from photographs taken in the colony. With maps.
76900: HARDIE, LAWRENCE A.; - Sedimentation on the Modern Carbonate Tidal Flats of Northwest Andros Island, Bahamas.
70898: HARDIE, MARTIN: - English Coloured Books. With an introduction by James Laver.
66611: HARDING THOMPSON, W: - Devon. A survey of its coast, Moors, and Rivers, with some suggestions for their Preservation. Preface by Sir John Fortescue.
70208: HARDING, DENNIS: - Prehistoric Europe. The Making of the Past.
70207: HARDING, DENNIS: - Prehistoric Europe. The Making of the Past.
67429: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Volume II. 1892-1901.
76372: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Life and Death of The Mayor of Casterbridge. A Story of A Man of Character. (Pocket edition).

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