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77150: HARDY, FLORENCE; - Nurse Jane!
49692: HARDY, THOMAS: / COX, J. STEVENS: - Two Dorset Ballads. C. 1700. Reprinted and edited by J.Stevens Cox.
77531: HARDY, THOMAS: - Two on a Tower. A Romance. New and Cheaper Edition.
75771: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Return of the Native. Two Volumes in One.
75769: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Group of Noble Dames. That is to say The First Countess of Wessex &c. &c... Illustrated.
75765: HARDY, THOMAS: - Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. Popular Edition.
75756: HARDY, THOMAS; - A Group of Noble Dames. That is to Say The First Countess of Wessex &c. &c... Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vol. 2750. In One Volume.
75755: HARDY, THOMAS; - Two On A Tower. A Romance. In Two Volumes. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vols. 2118 / 2119.
75754: HARDY, THOMAS; - Life’s Little Ironies. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vols. 2985. In One Volume.
75752: HARDY, THOMAS; - Far From The Madding Crowd. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vols. 1722. / 1723. In Two Volumes.
75751: HARDY, THOMAS; - The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid. In One Volume. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vol. 4461
75750: HARDY, THOMAS; - Jude The Obscure. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vol. 3105 / 3106. In Two Volumes.
75749: HARDY, THOMAS; - A Pair of Blue Eyes. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vol. 2282. In Two Volumes.
75746: HARDY, THOMAS: - Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs, and Trifles. First Pocket edition.
75744: HARDY, THOMAS: - Winter Words. In Various Moods and Metres. First Pocket Edition.
75741: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament. The Wessex Novels Volume XVII. With a Map of Wessex. Pocket edition.
75737: HARDY, THOMAS: - Desperate Remedies. A Novel. Pocket edition. The Wessex Novels Volume XII. With a Map of Wessex.
75736: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet Major. The Wessex Novels Volume IX. (Pocket edition) With a Map of Wessex.
75733: HARDY, THOMAS; - A Changed Man. The Waiting Supper; And Other Tales; Concluding with The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid. Pocket edition. The Wessex Novels Volume XVIII. With a map of Wessex.
75729: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Hand of Ethelberta. A Comedy in Chapters. The Wessex Novels Volume X. With a map of Wessex. Pocket edition.
75728: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Return of the Native. The Wessex Novels Volume V. Pocket edition.
75727: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Group of Noble Dames. The Wessex Novels. That is to say; The First Countess of Wessex, Barbara of the House of Grebe, The Marchioness of Stonehenge, Lady Mottisfont, Squire Petrick’s Lady, The Lady Icenway, Anna, Lady Baxby, The Lady Penelope, The Duchess of Hamptonshire; and The Honourable Laura. The Wessex Novels Volume XV. With a Map of Wessex. Pocket Edition.
76572: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Group of Noble Dames. That is to Say; The First Countess of Wessex... &c.
75467: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament. The Wessex Novels Volume XVII. Pocket edition.
75464: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Laodicean. A Story of To-Day. The Wessex Novels Volume XI. Pocket edition.
75243: (34) HARDY, A.: - The Open Sea. (The New Naturalist 34). The World of Plankton.
74954: HARDY, THOMAS; - Wessex Tales. Strange, Lively and Commonplace. Two Volumes in Slipcase. RARE FIRST EDITION.
66763: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Volume One. 1840-1892.
74789: HARDY, THOMAS; - Under The Greenwood Tree. Or, The Mellstock Quire, A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. Introduction by Angela Thirlwell.
74754: HARDY, THOMAS; BRENNECKE, ERNEST; - Life and Art. Essays Notes and Letters Collected for the first time. Edited with an introduction by ERNEST BRENNECKE, JR.
74753: HARDY, THOMAS; - The Woodlanders. Edited by Dale Kramer.
74748: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon. In Three Parts. And: The Famous Tragedy of The Queen of Cornwall. TWO volumes. Pocket edition
74741: HARDY,THOMAS: - Late Lyrics and Earlier. With many other Verses.
74740: HARDY, THOMAS: - Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Verses.
74738: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament. The Wessex Novels Volume XVII.
74735: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Two Volumes. Volume One 1840-1892, and Volume Two 1893-1901.
76553: HARDY, THOMAS: - Wessex Tales. Pocket Edition.
75782: HARDY, THOMAS; - The Poetical Works of Thomas Hardy In Two Volumes. Vol. II - The Dynasts, an Epic Drama of the War with Napoleon. And The Famous Tragedy of The Queen of Cornwall.
48666: HARDY / HARDY, EVELYN / PINION, F.B.: - One Rare Fair Woman. Thomas Hardy's letters to Florence Henniker. 1893 - 1922.
74673: HARDY, THOMAS: - Two on a Tower
74671: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Dynasts. A Drama of the Napoleonic Wars. In Three Parts, Nineteen Acts & One Hundred and Thirty Scenes.
74659: HARDY, THOMAS: - Under the Greenwood Tree. Or the Mellstock Quire. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School.
74658: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Return of the Native. with A Map of Wessex. The Wessex Novels Volume V.
74657: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Group of Noble Dames. With a Map of Wessex.
74655: HARDY, THOMAS: - Late Lyrics and Earlier. With Many Other Verses.
48926: HARDY / HARDY, EMMA: - Some Recollections. By T. Hardy's first wife. With notes by Evelyn Hardy. Together with Some Relevant Poems by T. Hardy. With Notes by R. Gittings.
77499: HARDY, THOMAS: - Far From The Madding Crowd. The Greenwood Edition.
77500: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Mayor of Casterbridge. The Greenwood Edition.
49739: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet Major John Loveday. A soldier in the War with Buonaparte AND Robert His Brother, First Mate in the Merchant Sercie. A Tale. (Pocket edition) The Wessex Novels.
66726: HARDY - VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: THOMAS HARDY. “Tess”. 4.6.1892. (Literary)
49078: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament.
50892: (HARDY) DEACON, L. / COLEMAN, T: - Providence & Mr.Hardy.
53954: (HARDY) MAEKAWA, TETSUWO: - The World of Thomas Hardy. Collected Papers on his Works.
72567: HARDY, THOMAS: - Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs and Trifles. (Pocket edition)
62198: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Mayor of Casterbridge. Edited with an Introduction by Dale Kramer.
77317: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Woodlanders Library Edition.
66764: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Volume Five. 1914-1919.
52978: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall At Tintagel in Lyonnesse.A New Version of an Old Story. Arranged as a play for Mummers. In One Act.
53949: HARDY / HALLIDAY, F.E: - Thomas Hardy. His Life and Work.
76075: HARDY, THOMAS; - Life's Little Ironies. A Set of Tales with Some Colloquial Sketches, Entitled A Few Crusted Characters.
76866: HARDY / GITTINGS, R: - Young Thomas Hardy. AND The Older Hardy. Two Volumes.
74423: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet Major. John Loveday, A soldier in the war with Buonaparte and Robert his brother first mate in the Merchant Service, A Tale. The Wessex Novels. (Pocket edition).
77517: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Pair of Blue Eyes. The Wessex Novels Volume VI. With a map of Wessex. Pocket edition. Leather.
66313: HARDY, ROBINA: - Phemie’s Fortune. The Victory Series Story Books. With illustrations.
77829: HARDY / PURDY & MILLGATE (ED.BY): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. 1840 - 1927. Complete 7 volume Set. SIGNED
64606: (HARDY) BRENNECKE, ERNEST: - The Life of Thomas Hardy.
69941: HARDY - VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: THOMAS HARDY. “Tess”. 4.6.1892. (Literary)
69737: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet-Major A Novel. Leisure Hour Series.
77557: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet-Major. Library Edition.
74188: HARDY, THOMAS - ‘The Trumpet-Major’ John Loveday A Soldier in the War with Buonaparte and Robert His Brother First Mate in the Merchant Service A Tale with a Map of Wessex
74187: HARDY, THOMAS - The Woodlanders with a Map of Wessex
77747: (37) HARDY, ALISTER: - The Open Sea II: Fish & Fisheries. (The New Naturalist 37).
67428: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Volume I.1840-1892.
37073: ( HARDY ) EHRSAM, T. / DEILY, R. (COMPILED BY): - Bibliographies of Twelve Victorian Authors.
74083: (HARDY) PORTER, PETER (ED): - Landscape Poets: Thomas Hardy. Selected and introduced by Peter Porter. Photographs by John Hedgecoe.
76375: HARDY, THOMAS: - Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs, and Trifles. First Pocket edition.
73943: HARDY, EMMELINE: - The Siege. The Story of the Defence of Corfe Castle in the years 1643-46. Signed copy.
77842: HARDY, THOMAS; VARIOUS; - The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper. Volume 33, January to June 1886. First appearance of T. Hardy’s The Mayor of Casterbridge.
75732: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Laodicean. A Story of To-day. Pocket edition. The Wessex Novels Volume XI. With a map of Wessex.
75735: HARDY, THOMAS: - Two on a Tower. With a map of Wessex. Pocket edition. The Wessex Novels Volume VII.
75743: HARDY, THOMAS: - Time's Laughingstocks. The Wessex Novels. (Pocket edition)
75745: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Dynasts. An Epic Drama of the War with Napoleon. Parts 1, 2 & 3. And The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall. Two Volumes. (Pocket edition)
75753: HARDY, THOMAS; - The Return of The Native. Tauchnitz Edition. Collection of British and American Authors. Vols. 1796. / 1797. In Two Volumes.
75763: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of A Temperament. Macmillan's Colonial Library.
75764: HARDY, THOMAS: - Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. A New Edition.
75770: HARDY, THOMAS; - A Group of Noble Dames. That is to say The First Countess of Wessex &c. &c... Illustrated.
63959: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Woodlanders. Edited by Dale Kramer.
72566: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament.
58608: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet Major. The Wessex Novels.
72189: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Pair of Blue Eyes. The Greenwood Edition.
70834: HARDY, THOMAS: - Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Verses.
70740: HARDY, THOMAS: - I have lived with Shades. Poems and Prose by Thomas Hardy. Photographs by Philip Galvan. To celebrate the Centenary of Hardy’s Wessex Poems. Foreword by James Gibson. Signed by Philip Galvan.
70603: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Woodlanders. Edited by Dale Kramer.
68060: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Mayor of Casterbridge. Edited with an Introduction by Dale Kramer.
69858: (HARDY) PHELPS, KENNETH: - The Wormwood Cup. Thomas Hardy in Cornwall. A Study in Temperament, Topography and Timing.
69850: (HARDY) DAVIE, DONALD: - Thomas Hardy and British Poetry.
69717: HARDY, THOMAS: - Late Lyric and Earlier With many other verses.
69634: (HARDY) BROOKS, JEAN: - Thomas Hardy. The Poetic Structure. (Novelists and Their World). Signed and dedicated copy.
69632: (HARDY) MILLGATE, MICHAEL / DALZIEL, PAMELA (ED): - Thomas Hardy’s “Studies, Specimens etc.” Notebook.
69477: (HARDY) WEBER, C.& C.: - Thomas Hardy's Correspondence at Max Gate. A Descriptive Checklist.
69466: HARDY (INTEREST) / HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Concerning Agnes. Thomas Hardy’s “Good Little Pupil”.
77854: HARDY, THOMAS: - Far From the Madding Crowd. In: THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE Jan. 1874 - Dec. 1874. Complete in 12 installments. Each installment has a full-page illustration & 1 vignette by H.Paterson.
68834: HARDY / WEBB, A.P.: - A Bibliography of the Works of Thomas Hardy 1865 - 1915.
68728: HARDY, THOMAS: - Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs, and Trifles. Pocket edition.
64637: HARDY, THOMAS: - Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs and Trifles. Pocket edition.
68378: (HARDY) GITTINGS, ROBERT: - The Older Hardy. By the author of Young Thomas Hardy. Signed copy.
68377: (HARDY) WEBER, CARL J.: - Hardy and the Lady From Madison Square. The Story of a literary friendship, with many letters from the famous novelist now published for the first time. Signed inscribed copy. Colby College Monograph No.20.
68372: (HARDY) ALEXANDER, ANNE: - Thomas Hardy: The "Dream-Country" of his Fiction. Signed copy.
68370: (HARDY) GITTINGS, ROBERT / MANTON, JO: - The Second Mrs.Hardy. Signed copy.
68213: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Volume One. 1840-1892. Reprinted with corrections, 1979.
64648: (HARDY) WEBER, CARL J.: - Hardy Of Wessex. His Life and Literary Career.
68077: HARDY / HARDY, EVELYN: - Thomas Hardy. A Critical Biography.
68076: (HARDY) DUFFIN, H.C.: - Thomas Hardy. A Study of the Wessex Novels, the Poems and the Dynasts.
68070: HARDY, THOMAS: - Winter Words in various moods and metres.
68069: HARDY, THOMAS: - Late Lyric and Earlier With many other verses.
68056: HARDY, THOMAS: - Wessex Poems. And other verses.
64607: (HARDY) HOLLAND, CLIVE: - Thomas Hardy. O.M. The Man, His Works, and the Land of Wessex.
64517: HARDY, THOMAS: - Wessex Poems. and other verses. With thirty illustrations by the author.
55570: (HARDY) MILLGATE, MICHAEL (ED): - Testamentary Acts. Browning. Tennyson. James. Hardy.
53632: (HARDY) HARDY, EVELYN: - The Countryman’s Ear. And other essays on Thomas Hardy.
53623: HARDY / OREL, H.: - Thomas Hardy’s Epic-drama: A Study of “The Dynasts”.
53617: (HARDY) TAYLOR, R.H.: - Emma Hardy Diaries.
53322: (HARDY) HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Hardy at Home. The People and Places of his Wessex. A critical selection.
53118: (HARDY) WEBER,C.J: - The First Hundred Years of Thomas Hardy. 1840-1940. A Centenary Bibliography.
52950: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Pair of Blue Eyes Collection of British Authors ( Two Volume Set ).
45071: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Trumpet-Major. This Special Edition has been produced for Eldridge Pope & Co. Ltd. Brewers of Dorchester to Commemorate the official opening of" The Trumpet Major" Inn by the RT. Hon. Harold Macmillan on July 8th 1968, During the Thomas Hardy Festival.
77882: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Folio Society Works of Thomas Hardy. In Six Volumes. The Mayor of Casterbridge / The Trumpet Major / Tess of the d’Urbervilles / Far from the Madding Crowd / Under the Greenwood Tree / The Return of the Native. BOXED.
77881: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Folio Society Works of Thomas Hardy. In Six Volumes. The Mayor of Casterbridge / The Trumpet Major / Tess of the d’Urbervilles / Far from the Madding Crowd / Under the Greenwood Tree / The Return of the Native. BOXED.
77753: (34) HARDY, ALISTER: - The Open Sea. The World of Plankton. (The New Naturalist 34). Part I.
77498: HARDY, THOMAS: - Jude the Obscure. The Greenwood Edition.
77784: (HARDY, NORMAN H.); WAY ELKINGTON, E.: - The Savage South Seas.
76157: HARDY, THOMAS; VARIOUS; - The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper. Volume 33, January to June 1886. First appearance of T. Hardy’s The Mayor of Casterbridge.
50442: HARDY / HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Hardy the Novelist.
77828: HARDY, THOMAS: - Jude the Obscure. With a map of Wessex.
76707: HARDY, THOMAS; PALMER, CECIL; - The Thomas Hardy Calendar. A Quotation from the Works of Thomas Hardy for every day in the Year. Compiled by C. P.
75141: HARE, KENNETH; - The County Books. Gloucestershire.
60802: HARE, KENNETH: - The County Books. Gloucestershire.
69053: HARFIELD, MAJ. A.G.: - The Royal Brunei Malay Regiment. 1961-1976. Signed limited edition.
76523: HARFORD, JOHN BATTERSBY; MOULE, H. C. G.; - Letters and Poems of Bishop Moule. Selections From the Spiritual Letters and Poems of Handley Carr Glyn Moule Bishop of Durham (1901 - 1920).
75113: HARLAND, OSWALD; - The County Books. Yorkshire North Riding.
76531: HARMSWORTH, A. C.: - MOTORS. AND MOTOR-DRIVING. THE BADMINTON LIBRARY.
75374: HARPER, C. G.: - The Hardy Country. Literary Landmarks of The Wessex Novels. (The Pilgrimage Series),
45790: HARPER, CHARLES G; - Summer Days in Shakespeare Land. Some Delights of the Ancient town of Stratford-upon-Avon and the Country round about; Together with a sketch of the Life of Mr.William Shakespeare.
63714: HARPER, CHARLES G: - The Brighton Road. Old Times and New on a Classic Highway. With ninety illustrations by the author and from Old-time Pictures and Engravings.
73861: HARPER, CHARLES G: - Mansions of Old Romance.
69742: HARRIES, C.L.: - The Laws and Customs of the Bapedi and Cognate Tribes of the Transvaal. With a Foreword by The Honourable Justice de Waal. Including Native Administration Act No.38 of 1927.
75798: HARRIS, HELEN: - The Grand Western Canal. (Devon)
76987: HARRIS, THOMAS MAXWELL; CHANDLER MARJORIE; MILLINGTON; MILLER; - The Yorkshire Jurassic Flora; I – Thallophyta – Pteridophyta, II – Flora of the Pipe-Clay Series of Dorset (Lower Bagshot), III – Bennettitales, IV – Ginkgoales and Czekanowskiales, V – Coniferales. In Five Volumes.
73763: HARRIS, G.EDWARD: - Contributions Towards a Bibliography of The Taylors of Ongar and Stanford Rivers.
66930: HARRIS, IAN: - Victorian Silver. The Price Guide
76982: HARRISON, DAVID L.; BATES, PAUL J. J.; - The Mammals of Arabia. Second Edition
72774: HARRISON, G.B. / JONES, R.A. (TRANS): - De Maisse. A Journal of all that was accomplished by Monsieur de Maisse, Ambassador in England from King Henri IV to Queen Elizabeth.
69532: HARRISON, KENNETH: - The Windows of King’s College Chapel. Notes on their History and Design.
58333: HARRISON, GODFREY: - Bristol Cream.
68712: HARROD, WILHELMINE / LINNELL, C.L.S.: - Norfolk. A Shell Guide.
73970: HART, EDWARD L. (ED): - Minor Lives. A Collection of Biographies by John Nichols. Annotated and with an Introduction on John Nichols and the Antiquarian and Anecdotal Movements of the late Eighteenth Century.
72228: HART-DAVIES, DUFF: - Armada.
76692: HARTE, BRET; - The Complete Works of Bret Harte. Collected and revised by the author. A New Edition. In Ten Volumes.
77544: HARTE, BRET: - Barker’s Luck and Other Stories. A New Edition.
77543: HARTE, BRET: - Stories and Poems. Selected and Edited with an Introduction and Notes by William Macdonald.
77542: HARTE, BRET: - Three Partners. Or, The Big Strike on Heavy Tree Hill. With Eight Illustrations by J. Gulich.
54852: HARTEL, HERBERT: - Idische und Zentralasiatische Wandmalerei. German language. Signed copy.
74920: HARTING, JAMES EDMUND; - Sketches of Bird Life From Twenty Years’ Observation of their Haunts and Habits. With Illustrations by Wolf, C. Whymper, Keulmans and Thorburn.
55502: HARTNACK, JUSTUS: - Wittgenstein & Modern Philosophy. Translated by Maurice Cranston.
77873: HARTSHORNE, REV CHARLES HENRY; - Salopia Antiqua, Or, An Enquiry From Personal Survey into the ‘Druidical’, Military, and Other Early Remains in Shropshire and the North Welsh Borders; with Observations Upon the Names of the Places, and A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Salop.
76728: HARTWIG, DR. G.: - The Aerial World: A Popular Account of the Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere. With Eight “Chromoxylographic” Plates, A Map, and Numerous Woodcuts. New Edition.
77360: HARTWIG, DR. G.; - The Polar World. A Popular Description of Man and Nature in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions of the Globe. With Eight Plates, Two Maps, and Numerous Woodcuts. New Edition.
77759: (27) HARVEY, L.A. / ST.LEGER-GORDON, D.: - Dartmoor. (The New Naturalist 27).
60499: HARVEY, REV.W.W.: - Royston Winter Recreations In The Days of Queen Anne. Translated into Spenserian Stanza from a Contemporary Latin poem by T.Wright, M.A.Physician. With Illustrations by H.J.Thurnall, Esq. And Notes on Royston Memorabilia by the Royston publishers.
75525: (27) HARVEY, L.A. / ST.LEGER-GORDON, D.: - Dartmoor. (The New Naturalist 27).
75935: HARVEY DARTON, F. J.: - English Fabric. The Study of Village Life
71861: HARVEY, WILLIAM: - Scottish Life and Character. in anecdote and story.
77477: HARVEY, WILLIAM; - Exercitato Anatomica De Motu Cordis Et Sanguinis In Animalibus. Being a facsimile of the 1628 Froncofurti Edition Together with The Keynes English Translation of 1928.
72058: HARVEY, MARY: - ABC Painting book.
56142: HASKELL, ARNOLD L.: - The Ballet Annual 1956. no 10. A Record and Year Book of the Ballet. Tenth Issue.
58188: HASLEHUST, ERNEST W.: - Our Beautiful Homeland. The Thames : Windsor Castle : Hampton Court : Dickens Land. Described by G.E.Mitton, Edward Thomas, Walter Jerrold, J.A.Nicklin.
76713: HASLEHUST, E. W.; HEATH, S.; SALMON, L.: - Our Beautiful Homeland: Exeter. Heart of Wessex. Dartmoor. Bath and Wells. Text by S. HEATH & L. SALMON.
52404: HASSALL,C: - Words by Request. A Selection of Occasional Pieces in Verse and Prose.
75225: HASTINGS, STEPHEN; - The Murder of TSR-2.
76782: HATTERSLEY-SMITH, G.; MCGHIE, E. J.; GREENHILL, B.; - The Norwegian With Scott Tryggve Gran’s Antarctic Diary 1910-1913.
43905: HATTON, R.G.: - Principles of Decoration.
77217: HATTON, HENRY: PLATE, ADRIAN: - Magicians' Tricks: How They Are Done. With Contributions by Felicien Trewey, Karl Germain, Will Goldston and Others.
76892: HAUGHTON, S. H.; - Geological History of Southern Africa
72734: HAVERFIELD, E.L.: - Queensland Cousins.
77333: HAWKE, LORD: - Recollections and Reminiscences.
58592: HAWKINS, GERALD S.: - Stonehenge Decoded. An astronomer examines one of the great puzzles of the ancient world.
71342: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase.
62461: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase.
63841: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase.
70497: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase.
58533: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase.
68328: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase. Signed copy.
67335: HAWKINS, ANGUS / POWELL, JOHN (EDS): - The Journal of John Wodehouse First Earl of Kimberley for 1862-1902. Camden Fifth Series, volume 9.
56176: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase
54388: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Avalon and Sedgemoor.
54381: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Cranborne Chase.
53937: HAWKINS, DESMOND: - The Tess Opera Thomas Hardy Society Ltd. Monograph No.3.
74762: HAWS, DUNCAN; - Merchant Fleets in Profile. 4. The Ships of the Hamburg America, Alder and Carr Lines.
74761: HAWS, DUNCAN; - Merchant Fleets in Profile. 3. The Ships of the Union, Castle & Union-Castle, Allan and Canadian Pacific Lines.
73851: HAY, C.R.: - Merle of the Wessex Hills.
68459: HAY, DANIEL: - Whitehaven an illustrated history.
66963: HAYWARD, CHARLES H.: - English Period Furniture. An Account of the Evoloution of Furniture from 1500 to 1800. For craftsmen, designers, collectors and all those who love good woodwork.
77687: HAYWARD, PETER J.; - Shallow Seas (The New Naturalist 131.)
76066: HAYWARD, LESLIE; ATTERBURY, PAUL; (ED.): - Poole Pottery. Carter and Company and Their Successors 1873-1995. SIGNED.
77345: HAYWARD, LESLIE; ATTERBURY, PAUL; - Poole Pottery. Carter and Company and Their Successors 1873-1995.
54520: HAYWARD, CHARLES H.: - The Complete Handyman.
76391: (94) HAYWARD, PETER J.: - Seashore. (The New Naturalist 94).
58162: HAZLITT, W. CAREW: - The Livery Companies of the City of London Their Origin, Character, Development, and Social and Political Importance. With two coloured plates and numerous illustrations.
59726: HEAD, SIR FRANCIS B: - The Defenceless State of Great Britain.
70590: HEAD, RUTH (ED): - Pages from the Works of Thomas Hardy. Arranged by Ruth Head, with an introduction from Henry Head.
66171: HEADLEY, GWYN / MEULENKAMP, WIM: - Follies. A National Trust Guide.
71193: HEALD, TIM (ED): - The Best After-Dinner Stories. Selected and Introduced by Tim Heald. Illustrations by Paul Cox.
73328: HEARING, TERRY (ED): - Dorchester Divided. Researches and Reflections on the History of the Town of Dorchester in the County of Dorset in the Early 17th Century written by members of the Dorchester Community Plays Research Group and edited by Terry Hearing in support of the Dorchester Community Play 2002 ‘Fire From heaven’.
72364: HEARING, TERRY / BRIDGES, SARAH (EDS): - Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Book. 1625-1638. A Calendar. Dorset Record Society, volume 14.
50678: HEARN, LAFCADIO: - Japan. An attempt at interpretation.
75635: HEATH, SIDNEY: - The Story of Ford Abbey. From the Earliest Times to the Present Day.
74895: HEATH, FRANCIS GEORGE; - My Garden Wild. And What I Grew There.
74571: HEATH, EDWARD; - MUSIC, A Joy For Life. Signed & Dedicated by the Author.
76664: HEATHCOTE, J. M. (ET.AL.): - Tennis / Lawn Tennis / Rackets / Fives. The Badminton Library. By J. M. HEATHCOTE, E. BOUVIERIE & A. C.AINGER.
76669: HEATHCOTE, J. M.; TEBBUTT, C. G.; MAXWELL WITHAM, T.; - Skating With Contributions on Curling (Rev John Kerr), Tobogganing (Ormond Hake), Ice-Sailing (Henry A. Buck), Bandy (C. G. Tebbutt). (The Badminton Library).
71394: HEATHCOTE, M.F.: - Lulworth and its Neighbourhood.
64937: HEATHER, J.F.: - Practical Plane Geometry. Giving the simplest modes of constructing figures contained in one plane and geometrical construction on the ground. Weale’s Scientific and Technical Series. Third edition.
62100: HEATON, WILLIAM (ED): - Cassell’s Concise Cyclopaedia. With Numerous Illustrations. Cheap Weekly Edition. Price 1d.
71338: HEATON COOPER, W.: - The Hills of Lakeland. With sixteen plates in colour thirty six plates in monochrome and two maps by the Author.
70579: HEDLEY, F.H.: - Masterpieces of German Poetry. Translated in the measure of the originals. With illustrations by Louis Wanke.
74626: HEINSE, WILHELM; - Hildegard von Hohenthal. Erster Theil. Reue Auflage. THREE VOLUMES.
73595: HELD, WERNER: - Fighter! Luftwaffe Fighter Planes and Pilots. Foreword by Alfred Price.
75853: HELME, ELIZABETH; - The Farmer of Inglewood Forest
75813: HELME, ELIZABETH; - The Farmer of Inglewood Forest Or, An Affecting Portrait of Virtue and Vice. Four Volumes in One. Seventh Edition.
50229: HELMERICKS, CONSTANCE & HELMERICKS, HARMON: - Our Summer with the Eskimos. (North Alaska).
75707: HELPS, ARTHUR; - A Guide to the Ancient Church of St. Mary’s Puddletown. With the Athelhampton Chantry, or Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene. Illustrated with Seven Full-Page Plates.
70607: HELSINGER, ELIZABETH K. / SHEETS, ROBIN LAUTERBACH / VEEDER, WILLIAM: - The Woman Question. Society and Literature in Britain and America, 1837-1883. Three volumes. Volume I, Defining Voices; Volume II, Social Issues; Volume III, Literary Issues.
73479: HEMINGWAY, ERNEST: - By-Line: Selected Articles and despatches recording the adventure that was his life and the events from which he fashioned his masterpieces. Edited by William White with commentaries by Philip Young.
77886: HENDERSON, GEORGE; RUNCIMAN, STEVEN; - The Age of Illumination Byzantine Art and Civilisation; Gothic Art and Civilisation; and Early Medieval Art and Civilisation. Three Volumes in Slipcase. SEALED.
76217: HENDERSON, CHARLES; JERVOISE, E.; - Old Devon Bridges. Illustrated with 43 Photographs.
68554: HENKE, JAMES: - Lennon Legend. An illustrated life of John Lennon. Features removable reproductions of Handwritten Lyrics, Artwork and Rare Memorabilia, Plus ‘In His Own Words’ CD, with John speaking about his life and art, and a live recording of ‘Imagine’.
74624: HENLEY, WILLIAM ERNEST; - Poems. Tenth Impression.
72695: HENNESSEY, PETER: - The Hidden Wiring. Unearthing the British Constitution.
77175: HENRY, ALAN; - Autocourse; 50 Years of World Championship Grand Prix Motor Racing
73849: HENRY, WARREN: - Gretna Green Romances.
72611: HENRY FIELDING - The Works of Henry Fielding. 12 volumes. Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones, Amelia, Jonathan Wild, Miscellaneous Writings.
75996: HENTY, G.A.: - Fifty-two Stories of Boyhood and Youth. by George A. Henty, George Manville Fenn, Ascott Hope, Gordon Stables, Robert Overton, A.Eubule-Evans, Rosa Mulholland, David Ker, and other writers. Edited by Alfred H.Miles.
64042: HENTY, G.A.: - Sturdy and Strong.
75994: HENTY, G. A.; - 52 Further Stories for Boys. Contains: "The Burman's Treasue," (pp.11-23). Ed.by A.H.Miles.
75995: (HENTY) MILES, A.H. (ED): - 52 Fifty-Two Stories of Duty and Daring for Boys. Illustrated.
63227: HENTY, G.A.: - The Young Franc-Tireurs.
63913: (HENTY,G.A) - “Sir Sala Jung and the Berars”. In: TINSLEY’S MAGAZINE. Vol.18. (pp.617 - 626). Together with vol.19.
75379: HENTY ,G. A.; H. M. BROCK; R. LILLIE; - Do Your Duty. With Coloured Frontispeice and Seven Full-Page Illustrations.
63555: HENTY, G.A.: - "A Coaching Adventure". (pp. 3 - 9, with 2 ills.). IN: OUR ANNUAL. A Book for Boys and Girls. Stories by G.A.Henty, Capt.Mayne Reid, H.B. Marriott Watson, Hume Nisbet, Hugh St.Leger, and Others.
76001: HENTY, G.A.: - Fifty-two Stories of Boyhood and Youth. by George A. Henty, George Manville Fenn, Ascott Hope, Gordon Stables, Robert Overton, A.Eubule-Evans, Rosa Mulholland, David Ker, and other writers. Edited by Alfred H.Miles. Seventh Thousand.
66667: HENTY, G.A.: - John Hawke's Fortune. A Story of Monmouth’s Rebellion. Illustrated.
43915: HENTY, G.A.: - “A Close Shave” IN: THE LUDGATE ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. Vol. 6. November, 1893 - April, 1894.
43975: HENTY, G.A.: - In the Hands of the Cave-Dwellers.
63166: HENTY, G.A.: - The Curse of Carne’s Hold. A Tale of Adventure. New Edition.
63141: HENTY, G.A.: - At Agincourt. A Tale of the White Hoods of Paris. With twelve illustrations by Wal Paget.
40956: HENTY, G.A: - "Trapped. A Tale of the Mexican War". (27pp.) In: THE RED BOOK FOR BOYS. Ed.by H. Strang. This story is condensed from OUT OF PAMPAS.
63226: HENTY, G.A.: - Colonel Thorndyke’s Secret.
64950: (HENTY), VARIOUS: - Chambers’s Journal Sixth Series, Vol II. December 1898 to November 1899.
64928: (HENTY) MILES, A.H.: - 52 Stories of Life and Adventure for Boys. by G.A.Henty, G.Manville Fenn, Henry Frith, Albert E.Hooper, Kirk Munroe, Eliot McCormick, David Ker, and other writers. Eighth thousand.
75703: (HENTY) MILES, A.H. (ED): - 52 Stories of Life and Adventure for Boys. Illustrated.
75701: HENTY, G. A: - The Young Franc Tireurs. And their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War.
75694: HENTY, G.A; - Tales of Daring & Danger.
75629: HENTY, G. A.; - 52 Further Stories for Boys. Contains: "The Burman's Treasue," (pp.11-23). Ed.by A.H.Miles.
75627: HENTY, G.A.: - HAZARD & HEROISM. The Wreck on the Goodwins/ The Thug's Revenge/ A Fishwife's Dream/ The Old Pit-Shaft/ On the Cliff. Stories Told by G.A.Henty, Louis Tracy, Harold Bindloss, Edwin Lester Arnold, Lt.-Col. A.F.Mockler-Ferryman, etc.,etc.;
75626: HENTY, G. A: - GRIT AND GO. Stories Told by various authors.
75624: HENTY, G A.: - DASH & DARING. Stories told by G. A. Henty, G. Manville Fenn, David Ker, W. H. G. Kingston, Reginald Horsely, and many others.
75582: HENTY / FENN, G. MANVILLE: - George Alfred Henty. The Story of An Active Life.
75581: HENTY, G.A.: - Facing Death. The Hero of The Vaughan Pit. A Tale of The Coal Mines. Illustrated by Gordon Browne. Second Edition.
76579: HENTY, G. A.: - With Moore At Corunna. With Twelve Illustrations by Wal Paget.
75008: HENTY, G. A.: - Tales of Daring and Danger.
74959: HENTY, G. A.; - The Cornet of Horse. A Tale of Marlborough’s Wars. With Eight full-page illustrations by H. Petherick and five plans of battle fields. New edition.
75974: HENTY, G. A.; PEARSE, ALFRED; - By England’s Aid. Or, The Freeing of the Netherlands 1585-1604. With Four Illustrations by Alfred Pearse and Four Maps.
75993: HENTY; MANVILLE FENN, OXENHAM; BECKE &C.; - STEADY AND STRONG. Stories Told by G. A. Henty, G. Manville Fenn, John Oxenham, Louis Becke, R. E. Francillon, William Atkinson.
63224: HENTY, G.A.: - A Soldier’s Daughter. And Other Stories.
75784: HENTY, G. A.; - The Young Franc-Tireurs. And their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War.
47850: HENTY, G.A: - Friends Though Divided.
48013: HENTY, G.A: - A Soldier's Daughter. And other stories.
48135: HENTY,G.A: - Cuthbert Hartington.
76729: HENTY, G. A.: - St. Bartholomew's Eve: A Tale of the Huguenot Wars. With Twelve Illustrations by H. J. Draper, and a Map of France.
49866: HENTY, G. A: - "The Wreckers of Pendarven". From: NOW FOR A STORY.
41406: HENTY, G.A: - Les Jeunes Francs-Tireurs.
45857: HENTY, G.A: - Queen Victoria. Scenes from her Life and Reign.
50077: HENTY, G.A: - "Camp Life in Abyssinia." In: THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE. Vol.17 (Jan.-June) 1868 .(pp. 696-706 ).
60135: HENTY, G.A.(ED): - Yuletide Yarns. Chateau and Ship by G.A.Henty.
63553: HENTY, G.A.: - A Woman of the Commune. A Tale of Two Sieges of Paris.
77309: HENTY, G. A.: - The Lion of St. Mark. A Tale of Venice.
64929: HENTY, G.A.: - Out on the Pampas. Or, The Young Settlers. New Edition. Illustrations by J.B.Zwecker.
64927: HENTY, G.A.: - The Young Franc Tireurs. And their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War. Illustrated by Frank Feller.
44195: HENTY, G.A.: - “Plucky and Cool”. in : THE TEMPLE MAGAZINE. Vol. 4. (pp. 371 - 377 , with 2 illustrations by Sydney Cowell). Oct. 1899 to Sept. 1900. An Illustrated monthly magazine for Home and Sunday Reading.
76000: HENTY, G.A. / FENN, G. MANVILLE / LEIGHTON, ROBERT / MACPHERSON, LIEUT-.COL. / OVERTON, ROBERT / PATTERSON, CAPTAIN H. / ROBERTS, C.G.D./ HARDY, LUCY / JACKSON, ALICE F. / AND OTHERS. EDITED BY ALFRED M. MILES: - "An Indian surround", by G.A. Henty (pp. 257 - 269). IN: 52 STORIES OF PLUCK & PERIL FOR BOYS.
65617: HENTY, G.A. - The Cornhill Magazine. Vol XVII and XVIII. 1868. Two volumes.
27463: HENTY, G.A.: - Out on the Pampas. Or: The Young Settlers.
63133: HENTY, G.A.: - The Lost Heir. Illustrated by Ernest Prater.
63137: HENTY, G.A.: - With Frederick the Great. A Tale of the Seven Years War. With twelve illustrations by Wal Paget.
67664: HENTY, G.A.: - Do Your Duty.
75910: HENTY; MANVILLE FENN, OXENHAM; BECKE &C.; - STEADY AND STRONG. Stories Told by G. A. Henty, G. Manville Fenn, John Oxenham, Louis Becke, R. E. Francillon, William Atkinson.
70597: HENTY, G.A. / MILES, A.H. (ED.): - 52 Stories of Courage & Endeavour for Boys. Contains: "At Talavera," by Henty (pp.353-360, with 1 b/w plate). Ed.by A.H. Miles.
70248: HENTY, G.A.: - The Cat of Bubastes. A Tale of Ancient Egypt. With eight full page illustrations by J.R.Weguelin.
75625: HENTY, G. A: - COURAGE AND CONFLICT. Being Stories Told by G. A. Henty, G. MANVILLE FENN, F. T. Bullen, etc.,etc.;
75630: HENTY, G. A.; - Venture and Valour. Being Stories Told by G.A. Henty, A. CONAN DOYLE, G. MANVILLE FENN, W.W. Jacobs, F.T. Bullen, etc.,etc.;
37844: HENTY, G.A.: - Among the Bushrangers. From "A Final Reckoning". The Summit Library (on back cover, in red).
75906: HENTY, G.A.: - On the Irrawaddy. A Story of the First Burmese War. With eight illustrations by W.H.Overend.
75695: HENTY, G.A.; - A Highland Chief. From "In Freedom’s Cause".
75696: HENTY, G.A.; - Charlie Marryat. From "With Clive in India".
75697: HENTY, G.A.; - Charlie Marryat. From "With Clive in India".
75700: HENTY, G. A.; - Friends Though Divided. A Tale of the Civil War. Illustrated.
75702: HENTY, G.A: - Bears and Dacoits. And Other Stories.
65160: HENTY, G.A.: - Yarns on the Beach. A Bundle of Tales.
70246: HENTY, G.A.(ED): - Yuletide Yarns. With Fotry-five Illustrations.
63000: HENTY,G.A.; - Condemned as a Nihilist. A Story of Escape from Siberia.
63001: HENTY,G.A: - The Plague Ship.
77297: HENTY, G. A.: - An Indian Raid. From: “Redskin and Cowboy”.
77298: HENTY, G. A .; - Redskin & Cowboy. The Talisman Library.
77300: HENTY, G. A.: - John Hawke's Fortune. A Story of Monmouth Rebellion. New Edition. Illustrated.
77301: HENTY, G. A. - The Soverign Reader: Scenes From The Life and Reign of Queen Victoria. For Upper Classes in Schools. With a red stamp on title-page: “Presented by the Publishers”.
77302: HENTY, G. A.: - The Ranche in the Valley.
75973: HENTY, G. A.: - The Bravest of the Brave. Or With Peterborough in Spain. Illustrated.
77303: (HENTY), VARIOUS: - Blackie's English-Study Readers. Fifth Reader. Book V. Henty, Hardy, Conrad, Kipling, Dickens, etc.
77304: HENTY, G. A.; - With Clive in India. Or, The Beginnings of an Empire. With Twelve Full-Page Illustrations by Gordon Browne.
77305: HENTY, G.A. / MILES, A.H. (ED.): - 52 Stories of Courage & Endeavour for Boys. Contains: "At Talavera," by Henty (pp.353-360, with 1 b/w plate). Ed.by A.H. Miles.
72850: HENTY, G.A.: - Out on the Pampas. Or: The Young Settlers.With illustrations by Frank Feller.
75975: HENTY,G. A.: - Out on the Pampas. Or, The Young Settlers. A Tale for Boys. With Illustrations by J. B. Zwecker. Second Edition.
60075: (HENTY, G.A. / VERNE, JULES / WAIN, LOUIS): - THE BOY'S OWN ANNUAL. Vol.22. (Oct.7, 1899 - Sept.29, 1900).
77311: HENTY, G. A.: - The Adventures of Two Brave Boys And other Stories. Including The Heir of Langridge Towers, by R. M. Freeman. And King Lion: A Story of Strange Adventures. With Interesting Zoological Sketches, and Useful and Amusing Miscellaneous Articles. Edited by G. A. Henty. With Full-Page and Other Engravings. “Beeton’s Boys’ Own Books.”
71726: HENTY, G.A.: - The Young Franc-Tireurs. And their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War. New edition.
71678: HENTY, G.A.: - "How the Drummer Boy Saved a Regiment". In: NISTER'S HOLIDAY ANNUAL. (pp.111 - 121. Illustrations.). Edited by A.C.Playne. 21st.Year of Publication.
71400: HENTY, G.A.: - Camps and Quarters. Military Sketches and Stories. By Archibald Forbes, George Henty and Charles Wiliams. Modern limited facsimile edition.
70966: HENTY, G.A.: - Redskin and Cow-Boy. A Tale of the Western Plains. With twelve page illustrations by Alfred Pearse.
70832: HENTY, G.A.: - The Young Franc-Tireurs. And their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War. New edition.
70827: HENTY, G.A.: - An Indian Raid. From: “Redskin and Cowboy”.
70427: HENTY, G.A: - Queen Victoria. Scenes from her Life and Reign.
67414: HENTY, G.A: - A Soldier's Daughter. And other stories.
60077: (HENTY, G.A. / WAIN, LOUIS): - THE BOY'S OWN ANNUAL. Vol.19. (Oct.3, 1896 - Sept.25, 1897).
60100: HENTY, G.A.(ET AL): - Hazard and Heroism. Being Stories Told by G.A.Henty, Louis Tracy, Harold Bindloss, Edwin Lester Arnold, Lt.-Col. A.F.Mockler-Ferryman, etc.,etc.;
63131: HENTY / NEWBOLT, PETER: - G.A Henty. 1832-1902. A Bibliographical Study of his British editions with short accounts of his publishers, illustrators and designers, and notes on production methods used for his books.
63132: HENTY, G.A.: - In The Heart of the Rockies. A Story of adventure in Colorado. The Foulsham Henty Library.
63145: HENTY, G.A.: - A Jacobite Exile. Being the Adventures of a Young Englishman in The Service of Charles XII of Sweden. With eight illustrations by Paul Hardy and a Map of Central Europe.
68381: HENTY, G.A: - A Knight of The White Cross. A Tale of The Siege of Rhodes. With twelve illustrations by Ralph Peacock and a plan.
53155: HENTY, G.A: - Friends Though Divided. A Tale of the Civil War.
77012: HENTY, G.A.: - Beric the Briton. A Story of the Roman Invasion. With twelve illustrations by W.Parkinson.
77021: HENTY, G. A.: - The Curse of Carne's Hold. A Tale of Adventure. New Edition.
56353: HENTY, G.A.: - The Lion of St. Mark. A Tale of Venice.
77806: HENTY, G. A.: - Out on the Pampas. Or: The Young Settlers.With illustrations by Frank Feller.
40641: HENTY, G.A.: - Out on the Pampas. Or: The Young Settlers.
75908: HENTY, G A.: - DASH & DARING. Stories told by G. A. Henty, G. Manville Fenn, David Ker, W. H. G. Kingston, Reginald Horsely, and many others. With 8 Illustrations by W.H. C. Groome.
75909: HENTY, G. A.; LOUIS TRACY, HAROLD BINDLOSS, EDWIN LESTER ARNOLD, LT.-COL. A.F.MOCKLER-FERRYMAN, - Hazard & Heroism. Being Stories Told by G.A.Henty, Louis Tracy, Harold Bindloss, Edwin Lester Arnold, Lt.-Col. A.F.Mockler-Ferryman, etc.,etc.;
77761: HEPBURN, IAN; STEERS, J. A.; - Flowers of the Coast. (The New Naturalist 24).
75190: HER MAJESTY’S STATIONARY OFFICE; HMSO; - Trade Marks Journal. List of Applications for The Registration of Trade Marks Under The Trade Marks Registration Act 1875. Vol. 1. (Nos. 1-47) May to December 1876.
75149: HER MAJESTY’S STATIONARY OFFICE; HMSO; COMMISSION ON THE ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS OF SCOTLAND; - Stirlingshire An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments. Two Volumes. Cased.
62057: HERBERT, JANE: - We Wander in Wessex.
76787: HERBERT, WALLY; - The Noose of Laurels The Discovery of the North Pole.
52249: HERKLOTS, G. A. C. - HONG KONG BIRDS illustrated in colour and black-and-white by Commander A.M.Hughes, OBE, RN (Rtd)
61760: HERROD, DAVID: - Waters of Cumbria. Foreword by Colin Welland.
77352: HERVEY, JAMES (RECTOR OF WESTON-FAVELL, IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE): - Meditations and Contemplations. In Two Volumes. The Seventeenth Edition.
52913: HERVEY, CANON G.A.K. & BARNES, J.A.G.: - Natural History of the Lake District.
77262: HESKETH PRICHARD, H.; - Through the Heart of Patagonia. With Illustrations from Drawings in Colour and Black and White by John Guille Millais. and from photographs.
75565: HIBBARD, HOWARD: - Michelangelo. Introduced by Michael Levey. In Slipcase. Sealed.
76634: HIBBERT, CHRISTOPHER: - Redcoats and Rebels. The War for America. 1770-1781. In slipcase.
76630: HIBBERT, CHRISTOPHER: - The Rise and Fall of the House of Medici. Foreword by Harold Acton.
76650: HIBBERT, CHRISTOPHER: - Italian Cities. Florence, Venice, Rome. The Biography of a city. Three volumes.
50097: HIGGINS, JACK: - Solo.
75655: HIGGINS, F. R.; - The Dark Breed. A Book of Poems.
72313: HIGGS, MIKE: - The Sexton Blake Casebook. Compiled by Mike Higgs.
63323: HIGHSMITH, PATRICIA: - Eleven. Short Stories.
77007: HIGHSMITH, PATRICIA: - Ripley; Three Volume Boxed Set. The Talented Mr. Ripley; Ripley Under Ground; Ripley’s Game. Three Volumes. In Slipcase.
75356: HILL, G. F.; - Historical Greek Coins. With thirteen Plates.
55654: HILL, REGINALD: - Ruling Passion.
63459: HILL, B.J.W.: - Windsor and Eton. British Cities and Towns.
73938: HILL, RON: - Weymouth at War. Ron Hill’s story of the vessel ‘My Girl’.
60581: HILL, REGINALD: - Traitor’s Blood.
67179: HILLIER, JOHN: - The Long, Long Road to Victory. War Diary of an Infantry Despatch Rider, 1940-1946. Signed copy.
76527: HILLIER, JOHN; - Poole After World War II.
76295: HILLIER, JOHN; BLYTH, MARTIN; - The Spirit of Poole. 1953-1963.
61414: HILLIER, JOHN / BLYTH, MARTIN: - Poole’s Pride Regained. 1964-1974.
57417: HILLIER, JOHN: - Ebb-Tide at Poole.
76281: HILLIER, JOHN; - Poole After World War II.
70240: HILLIER, JOHN: - A Portfolio of Old Poole.
69069: HILLIER, JOHN: - Ebb-Tide at Poole.
54301: HILLIER, CAROLINE: - The Bulwark Shore. Thanet and the Cinque Ports.
61245: HILLIER, JOHN: - Ebb-Tide at Poole.
76294: HILLIER, JOHN: - Victorian Poole.
76809: HILTON, H.H. / SMITH, G. G.: - The Royal & Ancient Game of Golf. Limited Numbered Edition.
56894: HILTON, EDWARD H.: - The Tourists Guide to Lucknow. By One of the Beleagured Garrison. 8th edition.
55012: HILTON, JAMES: - The Story of Dr Wassell.
55011: HILTON, JAMES: - So Well Remembered.
55010: HILTON, JAMES: - Morning Journey.
73962: HINCHY, F.S.: - North-East Dorset Towns and Downs.
77633: HINCHY, F. S.: - North-East Dorset Towns and Downs.
66776: HINCKLEY, F.LEWIS: - A Directory of Antique Furniture. The authentic classification of European and American designs for professionals and connoisseurs. 1103 halftones.
70082: HINDLE, BRIAN PAUL: - The Lake District Roads and Trackways of
75475: HINE, RICHARD: - The History of Beaminster.
52163: HINTON, DAVID A. - Alfred's Kingdom Wessex & the South 800-1500
77502: HISCOX, GARDNER, D.; - Mechanical Movements, Powers, Devices and Appliances. For the Use of Inventors... Illustrated by Eighteen Hundred Engravings. Tenth Edition, Revised, With an additional One Hundred and Fifty Engravings.
74028: HITCHENS, CHRISTOPHER: - God is Not Great. The Case Against Religion.
75154: HMSO; ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS; - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 1 - West.
77406: HMSO; ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS; - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 1 - West.
74360: HOBHOUSE, STEPHEN; - Margaret Hobhouse and Her Family By Her Son.
70196: HOBKIRK, CHAS. P.: - A Synopsis of the British Mosses. Being descriptions of all the genera and species found in Great Britain and Ireland to the present date. Second edition. Revised, corrected and entirely rearranged.
75283: HOCKEY, S.F. - The Register of William Edington Bishop of Winchester, 1346-1366
71900: HODGE, E.W.: - The Northern Highlands. The Scottish Mountaineering Club Guide. With 34 illustrations, 12 line diagrams and a map.
67767: HODGE, ALAN / CAMERON, NORMAN / GRAVES, ROBERT: - Work in Hand. The New Hogarth Library, Vol.VI.
70091: HODGES, M.A.: - The Smuggler: No Gentleman. Smuggling with Violence around Christchurch and Poole Bays.
74871: HODGKIN, THOMAS; - Theodoric The Goth. The Barbarian Champion of Civilisation.
69678: HOEHLING, A.A. / HOEHLING, MARY: - The Last Voyage of the Lusitania.
77443: HOGARTH, DAVID G.; - A Wandering Scholar in the Levant. With Illustrations.
77458: HOGARTH, D. G.; - The Life of Charles M. Doughty.
73623: HOGBIN, IAN: - Social Change. Josiah Mason lectures delivered at the University of Birmingham.
75684: HOGG, ALEX; - A New Map of Dorsetshire. Drawn from the Latest Authorities.
72714: HOGG, JAMES: - The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner. Written by Himself with a detail of curious traditionary facts and other evidence by the editor. With an Introduction by Douglas Gifford. Lino-cuts by Peter Pendrey.
77646: HOLDER, CHARLES FREDERICK; - Charles Darwin, His Life and Work. “Leaders in Science” Series.
72854: HOLDERLIN, FRIEDRICH: - Selected Poems. Translated with an introduction and notes by J.B.Leishman. German and English.
55568: HOLDGATE, MARTIN: - A History of Appleby County Town of Westmorland.
58524: HOLDGATE, MARTIN: - Appleby. A History of the County Town of Westmorland.
74453: HOLDSWORTH, W.A.; - The Handy Book of Parish Law
69773: HOLE, THE VERY REVEREND S.REYNOLDS: - A Little Tour in America.
52907: HOLLAND, CLIVE: - The Ardennes & the Walloon Country
54178: HOLLAND,CLIVE/ RANDALL, M.: - From the North Foreland to Penzance.
66900: HOLLAND, MARGARET: - Silver. An Illustrated Guide to Collecting Silver. This book is illustrated with 45 superb colour and over 120 black and white illustrations.
77922: HOLLANDER, LEE M.; - The Poetic Edda. Translated with an Introduction and Explanatory Notes. Second Edition, Revised.
69806: HOLMAN, ROGER: - Images of the Dorset Coast
77196: HOLME, CHARLES (EDITOR); - English water-colour with reproductions of drawings by eminent painters. “The Studio” Library. Edited by Charles HOLME. Introduction by Frederick WEDMORE.
73412: HOLMES, RICHARD: - Coleridge. Darker Reflections.
76725: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL: - The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Riverside Edition. In Thirteen Volumes. Complete. The Autocrat at the Breakfast Table; The Professor at the Breakfast Table; The Poet at the Breakfast Table; Over the Teacup; Elsie Venner; Guardian Angel; A Mortal Antipathy; Pages From Old Volume of Life; Medical Essays; Our Hundred Days in Europe; Poems 1, 2 & 3.
54401: HOLMES, EDRIC: - Wanderings in Wessex. An Exploration of the Southern Realm from Itchen to Otter.
75925: HOLMES, A. DOROTHY: - Some Wessex Sketches. With a foreword by John Shirley-Fox.
73576: HOLT, ALAN L.: - West Somerset. Romantic Routes and Mysterious Byways. Foreword by Sir Arthur Galsworthy. Illustrated by Kenneth C.Reid and from Photographs.
50114: HOME, GORDON: - Normandy: The Scenery & Romance of its Ancient Towns.
75052: HOME, MICHAEL; - The House of Shade.
50012: HOME, MICHAEL / WEISSENBORN, H. (ILL.): - Autumn Fields. Illustrated by HELLMUTH WEISSENBORN.
77314: HOME, GORDON: - Yorkshire, Painted and Described.
74166: HOMES, R.C. ET AL: - The Birds of the London Area Since 1900. (14) (The New Naturalist Monograph/Special Volume).
72436: HONE, WILLIAM: - Ancient Mysteries Described, Especially the English Miracle Plays, founded on Apocryphal New Testament Story, extant among the unpublished manuscripts in the British Museum; including notices of Ecclesiastical Shows, the festivals of fools and asses - the English Boy-Bishop - the Descent into Hell - the Lord Mayor’s Show - the Guildhall Giants - Christmas Carols, &c. With engravings on copper and wood.
75144: HONEYMAN, HERBERT L.; - The County Books. Northumberland.
76778: HONNYWILL, ELEANOR; - The Challenge of Antarctica. Foreword by Sir Vivian Fuchs.
75304: HOOD - - The Poetical Works of Longfellow. Oxford Edition.
74848: HOOD, THOMAS; ROSSETTI, WILLIAM MICHAEL; - The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood. Edited, with a Critical Memoir by William Michael Rossetti. First Series. With Illustrations.
72653: HOOD / DYMENT, CLIFFORD (ED): - Thomas Hood, Selected Poems Edited by Clifford Dyment.
74884: HOOK, THEODORE; - Theodore Hook: A Sketch. Edition Third.
75129: HOOKE, WILFRED D.; - The County Books. The Channel Islands.
73939: HOOKE, NINA WARNER: - The Starveling. With illustrations by Dick Hart.
60803: HOOKE, WILFRED D.: - The County Books. The Channel Islands.
66389: HOOPER, CALVIN LEIGHTON: - A Report on the Sea-Otter Banks of Alaska. Range And Habits Of The Sea Otter; Its Decrease Under American Rule, And Some Of The Causes; Importance Of The Sea Otter To The Natives Of Alaska Inhabiting The Aleutian Islands; Proposed Regulations For 1898.
62952: HOOPER, R.W.: - The Game of Golf In East Africa.
76742: HOPE MONCRIEFF, A. R.: - Black's Guide to Dorset, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Etc. Sixteenth Edition.
77218: HOPKINS, NEVIL MONROE: - Twentieth Century Magic. And the construction of modern magical apparatus. With the introduction of new experiments. Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical. A Treatise on the Construction and Introduction of Scientific Magical Apperatus. Second Edition. One Hundred Illustrations.
72711: HORDER, MERVYN (ED): - The Best of Dorothy Parker. Illustrations by Helen Smithson.
66041: HORNBY, NICK: - About a Boy.
70252: HORNE, JONATHAN: - English Tinglazed Tiles.
62157: HORNE, ABBOT E.: - Stories of West Country Folk.
75051: HORNSBY, JOHN ALLAN; SCHMIDT, RICHARD E.; - The Modern Hospital Its Inspiration : Its Architecture : Its Equiptment : Its Operation. With 207 Illustrations.
74137: HORWOOD, WILLIAM: - Toad Triumphant. Illustrated by Patrick Benson.
71240: HOSKEN, EVELYN: - Turn Back the Clock. Bygone days in South Canterbury, New Zealand. Signed copy.
50751: HOSKINS,W.G: - Local History in England.
55936: HOUFE, SIMON: - Through Visitors Eyes. A Bedfordshire Anthology. Signed copy.
47131: HOUGHTON, GEORGE: - Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club - Commemorating the First 100 yrs 1891-1991.
42769: HOUGHTON, GEORGE: - Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club - Commemorating the First 100 yrs 1891-1991.
55716: HOUSEHOLD, GEOFFREY: - The Three Sentinels.
73090: HOUSEMAN, LAURENCE: - Bethlehem A Nativity Play and the Pageant of Our Lady & Other Poems.
74816: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE; - Echo de Paris. A Study from Life. Limited Numbered Edition.
50448: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE: - The Heart of Peace & Other Poems.
77906: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE: - A Doorway in Fairyland Twelve Fairy Tales. With Illustrations Designed by the Author and Engraved on Wood by Clemence Housman.
65153: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE: - The Seven Young Goslings. Illustrated by Mabel Dearmer.
66961: HOUSTON, J.F.: - Featherbedds and Flock Bedds. The early history of the Worshipful Company of Upholders of the City of London.
77227: HOUSTON, C. STUART: - To the Arctic by Canoe 1819-1821. The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood, Midshipman with Franklin.
72997: HOUVET, ETIENNE: - Monographie de la Cathedrale de Chartres. An Illustrated Monograph of Chartres Cathedral. Extrait d’un Ouverage couronne par l’Acadamie des Beaux-Arts. (Being an Extract of a work Crowned by the Academie des Beaux-Arts). Precede d’une notice - Pour connaitre les Styles.
55672: HOWARD, ELIZABETH JANE: - Odd Girl Out.
67885: HOWARD, TOM: - Hardy Country.
67884: HOWARD, TOM: - Hardy Country.
60529: HOWARTH, S.: - A Century in Oil. The “Shell” Transport and Trading Company 1897 - 1997.
43522: HOWARTH, O.J.R: - The Scenic Heritage of England and Wales .
67563: HOWE, DORIS: - The Waters of Time.
77560: HOWITT, WILLIAM: - The Rural Life of England. Second Edition, Corrected and Revised. With illustrations on wood by BEWICK and S. WILLIAMS.
75602: HOWSON, EDMUND W.; WARNER, GEORGE TOWNSEND; SPENCER, THE EARL; - Harrow School Illustrated by Herbert M. Marshall.
66330: HOWSON, WILLIAM: - Craven. An Illustrated Guide to the Curiosities of Craven.
75391: HOYNE, MRS. C. E.; - Emma Foster, or the Step-Mother and Other Pieces.
77339: HUDLESTON, N. A.; - Stainley and Cayton.
77031: HUDSON W. H.: - The Naturalist in La Plata. With Illustrations.
77382: HUDSON, W.H.: - Rare, Vanishing & Lost British Birds. Compiled from notes by W. H. Hudson by Linda Gardiner. With 25 Coloured plates by H. Grovold.
74860: HUDSON, ROGER; HASTINGS, MAX; - William Russell Special Correspondent of The Times.
73889: HUDSON, W.H.: - The Book of A Naturalist.
72706: HUDSON, ROGER: - The Folio Book of Days. Selected and Introduced by Roger Hudson.
61755: HUDSON, ROGER: - An Independent Eye. A Century of Photographs. The Hulton Getty Picture Collection.
51410: HUDSON, ROGER. (EDITOR). - The Grand Tour 1592-1796. (From James Boswell's Tours)
56305: HUDSON, KENNETH & PETTIFER, JULIAN: - Diamonds in the Sky. A Social History of Air Travel.
49517: HUGGINS, M.J.W. : - The Making of an English Public School. SIGNED BY AUTHOR
76268: HUGHES, CLEDWYN; - West With The Tinkers. A Journey Through Wales with Vagrants.
68640: HUGHES, TED: - Bournemouth Firemen at War. Signed, dedicated copy.
41863: HUGHES, T: - Small Antiques for the Collector.
73190: HUGHES, JEAN GORDON: - Queen of the Desert. The Story of Lady Hester Stanhope. Illustrated by Hilary Abrahams.
70008: HUGHES, BERNARD / HUGHES, THERLE: - The Collector’s Encyclopaedia of English Ceramics.
71308: HUGILL, ROBERT: - Castles and Peles of the English Border. Copiously illustrated with old prints and original drawings. Complete with Glossary and Bibliography.
73683: HUGO, VICTOR: - Theatre Complet. I, Theatre de Jeunesse; Irtamene, A Quelquechose Hasard est Bon, Inez de Castro, Amy Robsart. II, Drames en Vert; Cromwell, Marion de Lorme, Hernani, Le Roi S’Amuse, Ruy Blas. Appendice; Proces et Plaidoyers. Notices et Notes. French language.
75830: HUISH, ROBERT ESQ.; - The Brothers; Or The Castle of Niolo. A Romance. Two Volumes.
70007: HUISH, MARCUS B.: - The Happy England of Helen Allingham. Illustrated by Helen Allingham.
72116: HUISH, MARCUS B.: - British Water-Colour Art 1804-1904. In the first year of the reign of King Edward the Seventh, and during the century covered by the life of the Royal Society of Painters in water colours. Illustrated by the collection of drawings dedicated to their MJajesties the King and Queen at their Coronation.
52210: HULL, F. ED. - A Kentish Miscellany
69143: HULL, M.R.: - Roman Colchester. Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London. No XX.
77885: HULME, F. EDWARD; - Familiar Wild Flowers. Figured and Described by F. Edward Hulme. With Coloured plates. Five Volumes Complete. (First to Fifth Series.)
74878: HULME, EDWARD F.; - Mathematical Drawing Instruments. And How To Use Them.
77660: HULME, F. EDWARD; - Familiar Wild Flowers. Figured and Described by F. Edward Hulme. With Coloured plates. Five Volumes Complete. (First to Fifth Series.)
77104: HULME, F. EDWARD; - Familiar Wild Flowers. Figured and Described by F. Edward Hulme. With Coloured plates. Five Volumes Complete. (First to Fifth Series.)
77845: HUME, DAVID; SMOLLETT, TOBIAS; BURKE, JOHN; - The History of England; From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to The Revolution in 1688: With a Continuation, From that Period to the Death of George II. And Chronological Records to the Continuation of his present Majesty, George the Fourth. With Numerous Engravings. In Six Volumes.
75802: HUMPHREY W. HOUSEHOLD - Thames and Severn Canal.
76321: HUMPHREYS, H.; - Picturesque Scenery in North Wales. Engraved and Printed by H. Humphreys, Carnarvon.
74160: HUMPHREYS, JOHN: - Elizabethan Sheldon Tapestries.
74159: HUMPHREYS, JOHN: - Elizabethan Sheldon Tapestries.
72765: (HUMPHREYS, NOEL) THOMSON, SPENCER: - Wild Flowers. How to find and how to know them. With remarks on the Economical and Medical Uses of our Native Plants. With illustrations from designs by Noel Humphreys.
73674: HUNT, JOHN: - The Practical Motorcaravanner.
67017: HUNT, VIOLET BROOKE: - Egerton’s Brother.
76788: HUNT, JOHN: - Life Is Meeting Lord Hunt of Llanfair Waterdine.
59926: HUNT, JOHN: - The Ascent of Everest. Foreword by H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh. Chapter 16 by Sir Edmund Hillary. Appendices by members of the Expedition.
77435: HUNT, JOHN: - Our Everest Adventure. The pictorial history from Kathmandu to the summit.
77488: HUNTER, JOHN; - An Introductory Lecture to the Venereal Disease.
76808: HUNTFORD, ROLAND; - The Amundsen Photographs Edited and Introduced by Roland Huntford.
76770: HUNTFORD, ROLAND; - Shackleton.
71354: HURLE, PAMELA: - The Malverns.
65453: HURLE, PAMELA: - Malvern Girl’s College A Centenary History.
77122: HURST, H. E.; BLACK, R. P.; SIMAIKA, Y. M.; - The Future Conservation of The Nile. The Nile Basin. Volume VII. Physical Department Paper No. 51. Signed by Author.
74693: HUSSEY, CHRISTOPHER; - Eton College. Preface by M. R. James. Special Etonian Edition. Limited numbered edition 72/1000.
66033: HUSTLER, TOM: - How I Photograph People. Signed copy.
50365: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Inside Dorset.
73913: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Green Willow. A Novel in The Time of Sedgemoor. Signed copy.
64470: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Inside Somerset.
54405: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Inside Dorset.
61910: HUTCHINS, - Breccia at Durlestone Head. Dorset.
74732: HUTCHINS, REV.: - History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Third edition by W.Shipp and J.W.Hodson. With a new introduction by Robert Douch. In Four volumes.
74692: HUTCHINS, JOHN; - The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Compiled from the best and most ancient historians... With a copy of the Domesday Book and Inquisito Gheldi... Interspersed with some remarkable particulars of Natural History... And Adorned with a Correct Map of the County. IN TWO VOLUMES.
66781: HUTCHINS: - Uddens House. Dorset. the Seat of Colonel Greathed. to whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
76206: HUTCHINS, JOHN; - The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Compiled from the best and most ancient historians... With a copy of the Domesday Book and Inquisito Gheldi... Interspersed with some remarkable particulars of Natural History... And Adorned with a Correct Map of the County. IN TWO VOLUMES.
77571: HUTCHINS, REV. JOHN: - Hutchins’ History of Dorset. Part X. History and Antiquities of the County of Dorsetshire. Part X ONLY. Dealing with, Horton, Shapwick, Wimborne Minster, Great Canford, Litchett Matravers, Part of Sturminster Marshal. 9 Engraved Plates, 1 Plan and a Number of Pedigrees.
76410: HUTCHINS: - A Plan of the Isle of Portland and Parts Adjacent 1710. Original Antique Hand-Coloured Engraved Map taken from Hutchins History of Dorset.
77306: HUTCHINS, REV. JOHN: - History and Antiquities of the County of Dorsetshire. With a copy of Domesday Book, and the "Inquisitio Gheldi" for the County: Interspersed with some remarkable Particulars of Natural History. And adorned with a Correct map of the County and Views of Antiquities, Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, etc; The Third edition, corrected, augmented & improved by W. SHIPP & JAMES WHITWORTH HODSON.
61896: HUTCHINS: - Charborough Park. Dorset. The Seat of Miss Sawbridge Erle Drax.
61897: HUTCHINS: - North View of St Mary’s Church in Wareham. Dorset. This plate is most gratefully Inscribed to the Donor Mrs Turner, Relict of George Turner,Esq. of Penleigh in Wiltshire by the Author.
61900: HUTCHINS: - Mapperton House. Dorset.
61906: HUTCHINS: - Portland Castle, Dorset.
67740: HUTCHINS: - Fleet House near Weymouth on the estate of the Revd. George Goodden. To whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
67739: HUTCHINS: - Fontmell Parva The Seat of the Revd. Henry Tregonwell Bower. To whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
67738: HUTCHINS: - Manor House, Cranbourne, the Property of the Marquis of Salisbury.
67733: HUTCHINS: - Durweston, Gillingham, Shillingston, Marnhull. Dorset. The churches of St.Nicholas’s, Durweston; St Mary the Virgin, Gillingham; The Holy Cross, Shillingston; St.Gregory, Marnhull. Four prints on one sheet.
61908: HUTCHINS, - St Aldhelms Head. Dorset.
76665: HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.: - Golf. With contributions by Lord Wellwood, Sir Walter Simpson, Bart.; Right Hon. A.J.Balfour, M.P.; Andrew Lang, H.S.C. Everard, and others. THE BADMINTON LIBRARY.
71679: HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.: - The New Forest. With fifty illustrations by Walter Tyndale and four illustrations by Lucy Kemp-Welch. Fifth edition.
70387: HUTCHISON, HAROLD F.: - Henry V. A Biography.
75616: HUTTON, EDWARD; - Highways and Byways in Somerset. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Nelly Erichsen. With Slipcase.
75081: HUTTON, W. H.; NEW, EDMUND H.; - Highways and Byways in Shakespeare’s Country. (Pocket edition).
75078: HUTTON, EDWARD; ERICHSEN, NELLY; - Highways and Byways in Wiltshire. (Pocket edition).
74503: HUTTON, CATHERINE; - The Life of William Hutton, F.A.S.S. Including a particular account of The Riots at Birmingham in 1791, and the history of his family written by himnself and published by his daughter. The Second Edition, With corrections.
52196: HUTTON W.H. - Highways and Byways in Shakespeare’s Country With Illustrations by Edmund H New.
64494: HUTTON, EDWARD: - Highways and Byways in Somerset. By Edward Hutton. With Illustrations by Nelly Erichsen.
68234: HUTTON, EDWARD: - Highways and Byways in Somerset. By Edward Hutton. With Illustrations by Nelly Erichsen
62956: HUXLEY, ELSPETH: - The Prince Buys the Manor. An Extravaganza. Signed copy.
77910: HUXLEY, ALDOUS; - Brief Candles. Stories by Aldous Huxley.
77909: HUXLEY, ALDOUS; - The Doors of Perception.
76200: HUXLEY, ELSPETH; - Four Guineas A Journey Through West Africa.
62160: HYAMS,J OHN: - The Batsford Colour book of Dorset.
54233: HYAMS,J OHN: - The Batsford Colour book of Dorset.
73547: HYLAND, PAUL: - Purbeck. The Ingrained Island.
64053: IMMS, A. D: - Insect Natural History. (The New Naturalist 8).
77708: IMMS, A. D.: - Insect Natural History. (The New Naturalist 8).
63391: INCE, RICHARD: - Angel From a Cloud. Wherein is presented the Romantic Career of John Donne. Signed copy.
63393: INCE, RICHARD: - The Son.
63394: INCE, RICHARD: - Dictionary of Religion and Religions. Including Theolgical and Ecclesiastical Terms. Arthur Barker’s Companion Series. Signed copy.
63396: INCE, RICHARD: - Abelard of Paris. Signed copy.
63397: INCE, RICHARD: - England’s High Chancellor. A Romance. Signed copy.
63398: INCE, RICHARD: - The Broken Mirror. Signed copy.
63400: INCE, RICHARD: - The School in the Wood.
63402: INCE, M.E.: - The Preacher.
63403: INCE, R.B.: - Joan of Arc. Signed copy.
63404: INCE, R.B.: - Joan of Arc. Signed copy.
63406: INCE, R.B.: - Martin Luther. Apostle of the Reformation.
63407: INCE, R.B.: - The White Roads & Other Verses. Signed copy.
63246: INCE, RICHARD: - Strange Visitant.
70012: INCE, RICHARD: - Talking Beast. A Candid Enquiry into the Nature of Homo Vulgaris.
63389: INCE, RICHARD: - Sara’s Seven Husbands. A Satire of Yesterday, To-day and To-morrow. Signed copy.
63390: INCE, RICHARD: - Angel From a Cloud. Wherein is presented the Romantic Career of John Donne.
67865: INCE, RICHARD B.: - Capo. A Novel. Signed copy.
75513: INCHFAWN, PHILIP; FAY; WARD, F.C.; - Father Neptune’s Treasure. The Adventures of three children and a Golliwog under the Sea. Illustrated by F. C. Ward.
72663: INGE, W.R.: - A Rustic Moralist.
55397: INGHAM, BERNARD: - Kill the Messenger. Signed copy.
73839: INGLIS-JONES, ELISABETH: - Augustus Smith of Scilly.
57352: INGLIS-JONES, ELISABETH: - The Story of Wales.
74695: INGOLDSBY, THOMAS; - The Ingoldsby Legends. Or, Mirth and Marvels. In Three Volumes. (First, Second and Third Series.)
77223: INGSTAD, HELGE; - Land Under The Pole Star. A Voyage to the Norse Settlements of Greenland and the Saga of the People that Vanished. Translated from the Norwegian by Naomi Walford.
52503: INMAN, REV JAMES - Nautical Tables: Sanctioned for Use in the Royal Navy, Designed for The Use of British Seamen.
76116: INNES, JOHN; - Human Muscles AND An Essay on Poisons. Two Volumes Bound in One: “A Short Description of the Human Muscles, Arranged as they appear on dissection. Together with their several uses and the sunonyma of the best authors”. AND “An Essay on Mineral, Animal and Vegetable Poisons; In which the Symptoms, Treatment and tests of Each Poison, with the General Morbid Appearances on Dissection, and Account of Suspended Animation.”
54592: INNES, HAMMOND: - Atlantic Fury.
74003: IONESCU, EUGENE: - The Bald Prima Donna. followed by a previously unpublished alternative ending. Translation by Donald Watson. Typography by Massin and illustrations by Henry Cohen after the production by Nicolas Bataille with the actors of the Theatre de la Huchette.
44000: IONIDES, S. / IONIDES, M.L.: - One day telleth another.
74265: IRELAND, SAMUEL: - Picturesque Views on the Upper, or Warwickshire Avon From its Source at Naseby to its Junction with the Severn at Tewkesbury: With Observations on The Public Buildings, and Other works of Art in its Vicinity.
75380: IRVINE, E. F.; - A Pioneer of the New Psychology. Hugh Crichton-Miller. 1877 - 1959.
75607: IRVING, WASHINGTON: - Old Christmas. Illustrated by R. Caldecott.
59906: IRVING, COMMANDER J.: - Knots, Ties and Splices. For Seafarers, Travellers, and all who use Cordage; with practical notes on wire and wire splicing, angler’s knots, etc. New edition completely revised and rewritten of J.T.Burgess’s well-known handbook.
77061: IRVING, R. L.: - A History of British Mountaineering
73196: ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER: - Prater Violet. Second edition.
74191: ISSUED BY HIGH COMMITTEE FOR THE CELEBRATIONS OF THE 14TH JULY, BAGHDAD 1962 - Iraqi Revolution In its Fourth Year
61160: IVIMEY, ALAN: - Pilgrim’s Pleasure. The West Country. Illustrated by Felix Kelly.
74196: J.C. MANSEL-PLEYDELL - The Flora of Dorsetshire. Or, A Catalogue of Plants found in the County of Dorset. With Sketches of its geology and physical geography.
69865: J. RAPKIN - Original Engraved Map of Germany.
69207: J.A. WILLIAMSON - The English Channel A History
75541: JABLONSKI, EDWARD; - Flying Fortress The Illustrated Biography of the B-17’s and the men who flew them.
74333: JACK WARNER, WITH DEAN JENNINGS - My First Hundred Years in Hollywood. SIGNED.
55888: JACKS, OLIVER: - Man on a Short Leash.
75265: JACKSON, ROBERT; - Air War Over Korea
77532: JACKSON, B. L.; TATTERSHALL, M. J.; - The Bridport Railway. The Oakwood Library of Railway History. (OL103). SIGNED COPY.
70894: JACKSON, SIR CHARLES JAMES: - English Goldsmiths and their Marks. A History of The Goldsmiths and Plate Workers of England, Scotland, and Ireland. With over Thirteen Thousand Marks reproduced in facsimile from authentic examples of plate and Tables of date-letters and other Hall-marks used in the assay offices of the United Kingdom. Second Edition, revised and enlarged.
68078: JACKSON, ARLENE M.: - Illustration and the Novels of Thomas Hardy. Signed copy.
77529: JACOB, EDWARD; - The History of the Town and Port of Faversham, in the County of Kent. Illustrated with Copper Plates.
63667: JACOBSON, HOWARD: - Redback.
63671: JACOBSON, HOWARD: - Coming From Behind.
68945: JACOBSON, HOWARD: - Peeping Tom. Advance Proof.
73249: JACQUEMART, ALBERT: - History of the Ceramic Art. A Descrptive and Philosophical Study of the Pottery of all Ages and Nations. Translated by Mrs Bury Palliser. Containing 200 woodcuts by H.Catenacci and Jules Jacquemart, 10 engravings in Aquafortis by Jules Jacquemart and 1000 marks and monograms. Second edition.
67351: JAFFE, JAMES A. (ED): - ‘The Affairs of Others’: The Diaries of Francis Place, 1825-1836. Camden Fifth Series Volume 30.
72993: JAGGARD, GEOFFREY: - Wooster’s World. A Companion to the Wooster-Jeeves cycle of P.G.Wodehouse.
64997: JAMES, BARBARA: - Beauty That Must Die.
77514: JAMES VEITCH & SONS; - A Manual of The Coniferae. Containing; a general review of the order; a synopsis of the hardy kinds cultivated in Great Britain; their place and use in horticulture, etc, etc. With numerous woodcuts and illustrations.
65162: JAMES, EDWARD: - Brief Memoirs of the Late Right Reverend John Thomas James, Lord Bishop of Calcutta: particularly during his residence in India; gathered from his letters and papers.
63975: JAMES, HAROLD: - A German Identity 1779-1990.
77888: JAMES, P.D.: - Cover Her Face. Illustrations by Jonathan Burton.
55119: JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND, I OF ENGLAND; ARBER, EDWARD (ED): - James VI of Scotland I of England - The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie (1585) & A Counterblaste to Tobacco (1604) (English Reprints).
74321: JAMES STRACHAN - Agricultural Tables: A new set of tables, for computing the weight of cattle by measurement: The quantity of hay in ricks; the value of land, &c.; the measurement of drains and dunghills. To which is now added a concise system of farm book-keeping.
71546: JAMES, JUDE: - Discover Dorset. The Victorians.
77483: JAMES, WILLIAM; - The Principles of Psychology. Volume II.
74060: JAMES, PETER / THORPE, NICK: - Ancient Inventions.
76776: JAMES, DAVID; - That Frozen Land (The story of a year in the Antarctic.)
70651: JAMES, JUDE: - Wimborne Minster. The History of a Country Town. Signed.
53321: JAMES VI. OF SCOTLAND, I OF ENGLAND. - the Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie Edinburgh 1585 & a Counterblaste to Tobacco. London 1604.
64413: JAMIESON, ALEXANDER: - A Manual of Map-Making and Mechanical Geography, illustrated by sixty engravings. Fourth edition.
53765: JAMIN, M.: - Cours de physique de L'ecole Polytechnique. Optique Geometrique.
69094: JAN JANSSON: - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF SURREY. Surria Vernacule Surrey.
55092: JARDINE, LISA: - Curious Life of Robert Hooke. The Man who Measured London.
73300: JARMIN, A.M.: - The History and Mystery of Colchester Castle. Being Selections from “Occasional Notes on Colchester Antiquities” contributed to “The Essex County Telegraph”. Eighth edition.
75355: JAYATI, SATYAM; - Ritu Sanhara. Or Assemblage of Seasons, ascribed to Kalidasa; Memorable for being the first work ever printed in Sanscrit. Translated for the First time to English.
75421: JEAN DE LA FAYE; HENRY BOYDE; J MORGAN; BOULET, ABBEL; - Several Voyages to Barbary. Containing an Historical and Geographical Account of the Country. With the hardships, sufferings, and manner of redeeming Christian slaves. Together with a curious description of Mequinez, Oran, and Alcazar. With a journal of the late siege and surrender of Oran. To which are added. The maps of Barbary, and the sea-coasts; the prospects of Mequinez and Alcazar; an exact plan of Oran, and a view of the ancient Roman ruins near Mequinez. All design'd by Captain Henry Boyde. The whole illustrated with notes, historical and critical. The Second Edtion, Corrected.
76014: JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - The Story of my Heart. My Autobiography. THE SILVER LIBRARY. Third Edition.
66471: JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - Chronicles of the Hedges. And Other Essays. Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Samuel J.Looker. Illustrated with pencil drawings by Richard Jeffries and by his uncle, John Luckett Jefferies.
75508: JEFFERIES, RICHARD / WHYMPER, CHARLES: - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. With illustrations by CHARLES WHYMPER.
74528: JEFFERIES, RICHARD - The Amateur Poacher. By the author of “The Gamekeeper at Home” and “Wild Life in a Southern County”.
71802: JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - Wild Life in a Southern County. With Introduction and Notes by Samuel J.Looker. Wood Engravings by C.F.Tunnicliffe
69366: JENKIN, A.K.HAMILTON: - Mines of Devon. Volume I: The Southern Area.
67352: JENKINS, T.A. (ED): - The Parliamentary Diaries of Sir John Trelawney, 1858-1865. Camden Fourth Series Volume 40.
61315: JENKINS, ROBERT C.: - Diocesan Histories. Canterbury. With map.
50303: JENKINS, PETER: - A Walk Across America
67174: JENKINS, L.C.: - Parkstone. A history of its golf club.
62724: JENKINS, ALAN C.: - The Naturalists. Pioneers of Natural History.
57350: JENKINS, SUSAN: - Quilts. An Engagement Calendar. 1994.
54300: JENKINS, R. / REES, W.(ED.): - A Bibliography of the History of Wales.
76033: JENNETT, SEAN; - Always Adam.
77139: JENNINGS, PAYNE; - Sun Pictures of Norfolk Broads. One Hundred Photographs from Nature of the Rivers and Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk.
73344: JENNINGS, KATE F.: - Ansel Adams.
69985: JERRAM, F.R.: - Tales from The Middle Watch.
77469: JERROLD, W. (ED.); ROBINSON, CHARLES; - The Big Book of Fables. Edited by Walter Jerrold and Illustrated by Charles Robinson.
36655: JERSEY - - Jersey. Holiday Island. Past and Present. A Third Series of Coloured Views issued by The jersey Tobacco Comp. Ltd. Manufacturers of Ching & Co’s Famous Cigarettes.
64363: JESSE, F. TENNYSON (ED): - Trial of Alma Victoria Rattenbury and George Percy Stoner. Notable British Trials series.
52589: JESSON, MARGARET, & HILL, DAVID (EDS) - The Iron Age & Its Hill-Forts - Papers Presented to Sir Mortimer Wheeler
56285: JEWELL, DEREK: - Come In Number One, Your Time Is Up - A Business Entertainment.
77534: JEWSON, NORMAN; - By Chance I Did Rove.
73232: JHABVALA, RUTH PRAWER: - Heat and Dust.
59907: JHABVALA, R.PRAWER: - The Householder.
73524: JINKINS, DANA / BOBROW, JILL: - St.Vincent and the Grenadines. Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Tobago Cays, Palm, Union, PSV. With special contributions by Margaret Atwood, Graeme Gibson and Raquel Welch.
71778: JOBE, J.(ED): - The Romance of Ballooning. The Story of the Early Aeronauts.
69696: JOBSON, ALLAN: - Under a Suffolk Sky. Drawings by Beryl Irving.
77095: JOCELYN, CAPTAIN ARTHUR; - The Orders Decorations and Medals of The World The British Empire. SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
77094: JOCELYN, CAPTAIN ARTHUR; - Awards of Honour The Orders, Decorations, Medals and Awards of Great Britain & The Commonwealth from Edward III to Elizabeth II. With a Foreword by The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. WITH AUTHOR’S SIGNED LETTER.
75869: JOHN SPEED; SAXTON; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Norfolk. Norfolk, A Countie Flourishing & Populous Described and Devided with the Armes of Such Noble Families as Have Borne the Titles Therof.
74606: JOHN SPEED - The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain: Presenting an exact geography of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, Ireland, and the Isles adjoining. With a Chronology of Civil-Wars in England, Wales, & Ireland. Together with A Prospect of the most famous parts of the World. Asia, Africa, Europe, America. In this New edition are added In the Theatre of Great Britain The Principal Roads, & their branches leading to the cities & chief towns in England & Wales with their computed distances. In a new & accurate method. The Market Towns wanting in the former impressions. A Continuation of all the Battles fought in England, Scotland & Wales & Ireland, with all the Sea-Fights to this present time. The Arms of all the Dukes & Earls, whole titles of honour were wanting in each particular County to the last creation. The Descriptions of His Majesty’s Dominions abroad; with a map fairly engraven to each description, New England, Carolina, Virginia, Jamaica, New York, Florida, Mary Land, Barbados. Includes the RARE map of America when they thought Californa was an island. In the prospect of the World. The Empire of the great Mogul; Palestine or the Holy-Land, with the rest of the East Indies; The Empire of Russia. Printed for Thomas Basset MDCLXXVI
76233: JOHN SPEED; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of The Countie of Westmoreland. And Kendale The Chief Towne Described. With the Armes of Such Noble as have been Earles of either of them. Double Sided.
65375: JOHN HAMILTON - The Swordfish Attack. May 26 1941 Abandoning her attempt to break out into the Atlantic the German battleship Bismarck made for the French coast. This attack by Fleet Air Arm aircraft from H M S Ark Royal damaged her steering & enabled an overwhelming force to converge on her. In the engagement which followed, Bismarck was sunk.
51914: JOHN BRAINE - LIFE AT THE TOP
48632: JOHNS, J.R.: - All About the Basset Hound.
75393: JOHNS, W.E.; WHITEHOUSE. A; HEYDEMARCK, H.; MCCUDDEN; “VIGILANT”; - Wings. Flying Thrills. Vol.1 Parts 1-4. 1935. Incudes Spring, Autumn and Winter Numbers.
76122: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Biggles Investigates. And Other Stories of the Air Police. Illustrated by Leslie Stead.
75969: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Biggles Follows On. A Story of the Cold War in Europe and Asia. Illustrated by Stead.
75971: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Biggles Goes To School. The Story of Biggle’s Early Life and School Days. With illustrations by Studio Stead.
75972: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Gimlet’s Oriental Quest. A “King of the Commandos” Adventure. With illustrations by Stead.
70883: JOHNS, QUILTER (ED): - The Poetical Works of John Wilmot. Earl of Rochester. Limited edition.
64349: JOHNS, CAPT.W.E.: - Gimlet Mops Up. Illustrated by Leslie Stead.
67144: JOHNSON, DIANE: - The Life of Dashiell Hammett.
77291: JOHNSON, SAMUEL: - The Works of Samuel Johnson. A New Edition. In Twelve Volumes. To which if prefixed an Essay on His Life and Genius by Arthur Murphy, Esq.
67507: JOHNSON, DOUGLAS: - France and the Dreyfus Affair.
49873: JOHNSON, SAMUEL/ BOSWELL / SHEPARD: - Everybody's Boswell. Being the Life of Samuel Johnson. Abridged from J. Boswell's complete text and from the "Tour to the Hebrides".
63268: JOHNSON, EDWARD D.: - The First Folio of Shake-Speare Signed copy.
77219: JOHNSON, GEORGE: - Conjurers' Tales. By Author of “Pethertons Phoenix,” “Apperatus for Amateurs,” etc.
73372: JOHNSON, R.BRIMLEY (ED): - Fanny Burney and the Burneys. Fully illustrated.
73310: JOHNSON, A.E.: - W.Heath Robinson. Containing many examples of the artist’s work in brush, pen and pencil.
65014: JOHNSON, EDWARD: - Hydropathy. The Theory, Principles, and Practice of the Water Cure, shewn to be in accordance with medical science and the teachings of common sense; Illustrated with many Important Cases. With nine engravings.
72780: JOHNSON, M.M. (ED): - These Also. An Anthology arranged by M.M.Johnson. With an Introduction by Walter de la Mare.
53480: JOHNSON, T FIELDING: - Glimpses of Ancient Leicester, in Six Periods.
56292: JOHNSON, PAMELA HANSFORD: - The Holiday Friend.
69747: JOHNSTON, SIR HARRY H.: - A Comparative Study of the Bantu and Semi-Bantu Languages.
77503: JOHNSTON, SIR HARRY: - The Uganda Protectorate. An attempt to give some description of the physical geography, botany, zoology, anthropology, languages and history of the territories under British protection in East Central Africa, between the Congo Free State and the Rift Valley and between the first degree of South latitude and the fifth degree of North latitude. With 506 illustrations from drawings and photographs by the author and others, 48 full page coloured plates by the author and 9 maps by J.G.Bartholomew and the author. In Two Volumes.
77811: JOHNSTON, SIR HARRY: - George Grenfell and the Congo. A History and Description of the Congo Independent State and Adjoining Districts of Congoland, together with some Account of the Native Peoples and their Languages, the Fauna and Flora, and similar Notes on The Cameroon and the Island of Fernando PO. The whole founded on the Diaries and Researches of the late Rev. George Grenfell, on the records of the British Baptist Missionary Society, and on additional information contributed the the Author, by the Rev. Lawson Forfeitt, Mr. Emil Torday, and others. In Two Volumes.
72098: JONATHAN HARRIS - Byzantium and the Crusades Crusader Worlds
63812: JONES, ERNEST: - On the Nightmare. International Psycho-analytical Library. Edited by Ernest Jones. Second impression.
75238: JONES, J.W.: - The Salmon (16). (New Naturalist Monograph / Special Volume)
65592: JONES, BERNARD: - William Barnes. 1801-1886 a handbook. Dorset Festival Handbook.
75816: JONES, HANNAH, MARIA; - The Gipsy Mother; Or, The Miseries of Enforced Marriage: A Tale of Mystery.
77501: JONES, FRANKLIN D.; - Ingenious Mechanisms for Designers and Inventors. Illustrated Descriptions of a Large Variety of Standard and Special Mechanisms... for Use in Designing Automatic Machines and Other Mechanical Devices.
68724: JONES, M.G.: - The Charity School Movement. A study of eighteenth century puritanism in action.
67872: JONES, BERNARD (ED): - William Barnes 1886-1986. Dorset Festival Handbook. Limited edition.
77713: JONES, J.W.: - The Salmon (16). (New Naturalist Monograph / Special Volume 16)
76508: JONES, CHARLES PERCY; - History of Lymington.
76895: JONES, STEVE; MARTIN, ROBERT; PILBEAM, DAVID; - The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Foreword by Richard Dawkins.
67224: JORDAN, ROBERT: - Winter’s Heart. Book Nine of The Wheel of Time.
61513: JOSEPH RANK LIMITED. - The Master Millers. The Story of the House of Rank. Issued by Joseph Rank Limited on the Occasion of their Eightieth Anniversary.
66340: JOSEPH, FRANCIS: - Collecting Susie Cooper. Including a unique price and pattern guide.
55222: ( JOURNAL ) - THE HAWK The Journal of the Royal Air Force Staff Colleges.
57181: JOWITT, R.L.P. & JOWITT, DOROTHY: - History, people and places in Hampshire.
66034: JOYCE, JAMES: - Dubliners. With an introduction by Joseph McMinn.
77875: JOYCE, JAMES: - Ulysses.
70863: (JOYCE) ELIOT, T.S.: - Introducing James Joyce. A Selection of Joyce’s Prose. With an introductory note.
54346: JOYCE, J: - Trams in colour since 1945.
70965: JUDD, H.W.: - Pictorial Guide to the West Coast of Tasmania. Published under the Auspices of the Western Tasmanian Tourist Association. Facsimile Edition.
77436: JULIANA; - The Battle of the Floods Holland in February 1953.
55814: JUNIPER, WILLIAM: - The True Drunkard's Delight.
77202: KANE, ELISHA KENT: - Arctic Explorations in the years 1853, ‘54, ‘55. Two volumes.
76905: KANE, ELISHA KENT: - Arctic Explorations: the Second Grinnell Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin, 1853, ‘54, ‘55.
73395: KANE, HENRY B.: - The Tale of the Promethea Moth.
73449: KATCHER, PHILIP: - The Army of Robert E.Lee.
77650: KATER, CAPTAIN HENRY; LARDNER, REV. DIONYSIUS; - A Treatise on Mechanics.
56291: KAUFMAN, SUE: - Falling Bodies.
74425: KAWATA, T. (ED): - Glimpses of the East. N.Y.K.Official Guide. Fifteenth Annual Issue. Nippon Yusen Kaisha’a (N.Y.K.Line) Official Guide for Shippers & Travellers to all the Principal Ports of the World. 1932-1933.
67458: KAY-ROBINSON, D: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised.
69470: KAY-ROBINSON, D: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised.
71167: KAY-ROBINSON, DENYS: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised.
68082: KAY-ROBINSON, DENYS: - The Landscape of Thomas Hardy. With photographs by Simon McBride.
67759: KAYE, M.M. (ED): - The Golden Calm. An English Lady’s life in Moghul Delhi. Reminiscences by Emily, Lady Clive Bayley and by her father, Sir Thomas Metcalf.
70749: KEAN, REV.JAMES: - Among the Holy Places. A Pilgrimage Through Palestine. Illustrated. Fifth Edition
54507: KEARNEY, PATRICK J.: - A History of Erotic Literature.
58113: KEARY, ANNIE: - A York and Lancaster Rose.
73336: KEE, ROBERT: - Ireland. A History. The book of the major BBC/RTE Television Series.
74777: KEETON, G.W.& CAMERON, J: - The Trial of Gustav Rau, Otto Monsson & Willem Smith. (NBT). The "Veronica" Trial. Notable British Trials
76216: KEIR, DAVID; MORGAN, BRYAN; - Golden Milestone. 50 Years of The AA.
74283: KELLY&APOS;S: - Directory of Dorsetshire. 1927. With coloured Map.
77258: KELLY&APOS;S: - Directory of Dorsetshire.1939. With coloured Map.
73843: KELLY, ALISON: - Mrs Coade’s Stone.
71161: KELLY&APOS;S: - Directory of Dorsetshire.1923. With Coloured Map. Edited by A.Lindsay Kelly.
71160: KELLY&APOS;S: - Directory of Dorsetshire.1920. With Coloured Map.
77049: KELLY&APOS;S - Kelly’s Directory of Berkshire And Oxfordshire 1939. With Coloured Maps.
66680: KEMAL, YASHAR: - The Wind from the Plain. Translated by Thilda Kemal.
74680: KEMP, LIEUTENANT -COMMANDER P. K.; HORROCKS, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR BRIAN G.; - The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge’s Own) 1919-1952. Compiled under the direction of a Regimental Committee.
72242: KEMP, PETER: - The Campaign of the Spanish Armada.
71018: KEMP, LIEUT.-COMMANDER P. K.: - H. M. Destroyers. Foreword by Viscount Cunningham.
68969: KEMPE, DAVID: - Living Underground. A history of cliff and cave dwelling.
74643: KENDALL, E. A.; J. H. B. DE SAINT PIERRE; - Amasis. From the French of J. H. B. de Saint Pierre.
59535: KENNEDY, BENJAMIN HALL: - The Birds of Aristophanes. Translated into English Verse with Introduction, Notes and Appendices.
57783: KENNEDY, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR JOHN:. - The Business Of War. The War Narrative of...
69139: KENNEDY, JOHN: - A History of the Parish of Leyton, Essex. With maps and other illustrations.
58566: KENNEDY, SARAH: - Charlotte’s Friends.
67492: KENNETT, JOHN: - The Rise of Communist China. With a brief History of Japan.
68553: KENT, J.P.C. / PAINTER, K.S. (EDS): - Wealth of the Roman World. Gold and Silver AD 300-700.
74070: KENYON, JOHN / OHLMEYER, JANE (EDS): - The Civil Wars. A Military History of England, Scotland and Ireland 1638-1660.
76889: KERMACK, D.M. & K. A.; - Early Mammals Supplement 1 to the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society of London.
73269: KERSH, GERALD: - Brain and Ten Fingers. A novel.
77496: KEYNES, GEOFFREY KT.; BLAKE, WILLIAM; - William Blake's Water-Colour Designs for the Poems of Thomas Gray. With an Introduction and Commentary by Geoffrey Keynes. Limited Edition.
73451: KHALIDI, TARIF (TRANS): - The Qur’an. A new translation.
75222: KHAYYAM, OMAR; FITZGERALD, EDWARD; - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. A Calendar for the Year 1913. Rendered into English by Edward Fitzgerald.
75984: KHAYYAM, OMAR: - Rubaiyat. Rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald. With illustrations by EDMUND DULAC.
58767: KI-BAEK, YI (ET AL): - 5000 Years of Korean Arts.
77438: KIDSON, JOSEPH R.; KIDSON, FRANK; - Historical Notices of the Old Leeds Pottery. With a Description of its Wares: Together with a brief account of Contemporary Potteries in the immediate vicinity, hitherto unnoticed. Illustrated with Photographic Reproductions and a Portrait. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION.
73383: KILPATRICK, SARAH: - Fanny Burney.
73403: KING, PETER: - Women Rule the Plot. The story of the 100 year fight to establish women’s place in farm and garden.
55679: KING, FRANCIS: - A Game of Patience.
48894: KING, FRANCIS: - The Custom House. A Novel.
74475: KINGSFORD, CHARLES LETHERIDGE; - The Story of The Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment)
75569: KINGSLEY, MARY H: - Travels in West Africa. Ed.and introduced by Elspeth Huxley. In slipcase.
74635: KINGSLEY, REV.CHARLES: - Two Years Ago. In Three Volumes.
74437: KINGSLEY, CHARLES; - Hereward The Wake. ‘Last of The English’.
74458: KINGSTON, WILLIAM H.G.; LONGFELLOW, HENRY W.; - The Albatross: or, Voices From The Ocean. A Tale of The Sea. AND The Song of Hiawatha. Two Volumes Bound in One.
77689: (115). KINGTON, JOHN: - Climate and Weather. (The New Naturalist 115).
68776: KIP, WILLIAM: - Staffordshire Original engraved map, from Camden’s Britannia. Staffordiae Comitatus Pars olim cornauiorum.
68775: KIP, WILLIAM: - Wiltshire. Original engraved map, from Camden’s Britannia. Wiltoniae Comitatus herbida. Planicie nobilis vulgo will Shire pars olim Belgarum.
77587: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - The Jungle Book. Illustrated by Maurice and Edward Detmold.
77636: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Limits and Renewals
77814: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Captains Courageous. A Story of the Grand Banks. Macmillan Pocket Edition.
59472: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - A Diversity of Creatures.
71446: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Short Stories. 5 volumes. Introduced by Andrew Lydett. Illustrated by Philip Bannister.
71198: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Twenty One Tales. Selected and with an Introduction by Tim Wilkinson. Drawings by Ian Ribbons.
77661: KIRBY, WILLIAM; SPENCE, W; - An Introduction to Entomology: Or Elements of the Natural History of Insects; With Plates. In Four Volumes. Complete.
70000: KIRKMAN, F.B. / HUTCHINSON, HORACE G. (EDS): - British Sporting Birds. The chapters on the natural history of each bird and the plates illustrating the book drawn from the British Bird Book.
77068: KITCHIN: - Map of Dorsetshire.
77433: KITCHIN, THOMAS; - Antique Original Hand Coloured Engraved Map of Dorsetshire. “An Accurate map of Dorsetshire, Drawn from the Best Maps and Charts.” From the “Antiquities of England and Wales”.
56005: KITLITSCHKA, WERNER: - Historismus & Jugendstil in Niederosterreich.
72226: KITSON, FRANK: - Prince Rupert. Portrait of a Soldier.
75482: KLAPKA, GENERAL; OTTO WENCKSTERN; - Memoirs of the War of Independence in Hungary. Translated from the original Manuscript by Otto Wenckstern. In Two Volumes.
45204: KLEIN, DAN / HORNAK: - Art Deco. Photographiert von Angelo Hornak.
67974: KLEIN, DAN / LLOYD, WARD (EDS): - The History of Glass. Foreword by Robert Charleston.
45205: KNAUR, D.: - Morgen des Abendlandes. Von der Antike zum Mittelalter. Knaur Große Kulturen in Farbe. (400 - 900 A.C.).
74056: KNIGHT, G.WILSON: - The Saturnian Quest of John Cowper Powys. A Study of his Prose Works.
68132: KNIGHT, DOUGLAS: - Lulworth Cove and District. An Illustrated Guide.
68163: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Down Dorset Way.
68162: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Down Dorset Way. Signed copy.
56012: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Dorset With Hardy. Signed copy.
55933: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Tales of Dorset. Signed copy.
75592: KNOWLES BOLTON, CHARLES; - The Private Soldier Under Washington. Illustrated.
75483: KNOWLES, LEES; - Minden and the Seven Years War.
74976: KNOWLES, HORACE J.; HUNT, LEIGH: - The Months. Descriptive of the Successive Beauties of the Year. With Drawings by Horace J. Knowles.
72442: KNOWLES, JAMES D.: - Memoir of Roger Williams, The Founder of the State of Rhode Island.
42380: KNOWLTON, D: - The Naturalist in Central Southern England. Hampshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Dorset & Somerset.
74019: KNOX, CLEONE: - The Diary of a Young Lady of Fashion in the Year 1764-1765. by “Cleone Knox” (Magdalen King-Hall) edited by her kinsman Alexander Blacker-Kerr. With an introduction by Frank Delaney.
70951: KNOX, SUSAN A.: - The Making of the Shetland Landscape.
65264: KNOX, JOHN: - The History of the Reformation Within the Realm of Scotland Edited for Popular Use by C.J.Guthrie. With Notes, Summary, Glossary, Index, and Fifty-six Illustrations.
58298: KOCH, ROBERT: - Louis C.Tiffany, Rebel in Glass.
73483: KOCIEJOWSKI, MARIUS: - The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool. A Syrian Journey.
74828: KOKOSCHA, OSCAR; - Olda. Limited Edition 201-990. In grooved cardboard binder with imprint.
69795: KONODY, P.G. / LATHOM, XENIA: - An Introduction to French Painting. With forty illustrations. Signed copy.
73242: KOSSOFF, DAVID: - The Christmas Story in Masterpieces. Introduced by David Kossoff.
73568: KRASSNOFF, PETER NICOLAEVITCH: - Napoleon and the Cossacks. Translated from the Russian by Olga Vitali.
63747: KRONENBERGER, LOUIS: - The Extraordinary Mr Wilkes. His Life and Times.
76988: KUHNE, WALTER GEORG; - The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus. With Twelve Stereoscopic Plates and Sixty-Six Figures in the Text.
56002: KUHNEL, ERNST: - Miniaturmalerei Im Islamischen Orient. Die Kunst Des Ostens. Herausgegeben von William Cohn. Band VII.
50719: KUPER, LEO (ED.): - Living in towns; selected research papers in urban sociology of the Faculty of Commerce and Social Science University of Birmingham. Selected Research Papers in Urban Sociology.
74157: KYNASTON, DAVID: - Cazenove and Co. A History.
74537: L. S. STARRETT CO.; - Fine Mechanical Tools Trade Marks Registered in Foreign Countries. Manufactured by The L.S. Starrett Company.
50157: LACK, DAVID: - Population Studies on Birds.
76286: LADLE, LILIAN; - WAREHAM. A PICTORIAL HISTORY.
67712: LADY GROGAN: - Reginald Bosworth Smith A Memoir. By his daughter, Lady Grogan.
50074: LADY GROVE: - The Social Fetich. Printed dedication to THOMAS HARDY.
70553: LAL, RAM NARAIN: - The Student’s Practical Dictionary, Anglo-Urdu. New and Enlarged Edition.
77120: LAMB, CHARLES AND MARY: - Tales from Shakespeare. With Twelve Illustrations in Permanent Photography from the Boydell Gallery.
55437: LAMB, M.C.: - Leather Dressing, Including Dyeing, Staining & Finishing. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
67528: LAMBERT, DEREK: - The Red House.
73440: LAMBERT, GAVIN: - A Case for the Angels.
70335: LAMBETH, M.: - A Golden Dolly. The Art, Mystery and History of Corn Dollies. Illustrations by R.C.Lambeth.
73416: LANDAU, ROM: - Search for Tomorrow. The Things Which Are and the Things Which Shall Be Hereafter.
75057: LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE; - In the Forbidden Land. Two Volumes. An Account of a Journey in Tibet, Capture by the Tibetan Authorities, Imprisonment, Torture, and Ultimate Release. Also various official documents, including the enquiry and report by J. Larkin, esq., appointed by the Government of India. With a Map and Two Hundred and Fifty illustrations.
77441: LANE-POOLE, STANLEY: - Cairo, Sketches of It’s History, Monuments, and Social Life. With Numerous Illustrations on Wood by G. L. Seymour, Harry Fenn, J. D. Woodward and Others.
75014: LANG, ANDREW & JOHN; THOMSON, HUGH; - Highways and Byways in The Border. With illustrations by Hugh Thomson. First Pocket Edition.
76098: LANG, ANDREW: - The Arabian Nights Entertainments.
56747: LANG, A. AND J. / THOMSON, HUGH (ILL.); - Highways and Byways in The Border.
58173: LANG, JENNIFER: - Pride Without Prejudice. The story of London’s Guilds and Livery Companies. With a Foreword by Sir Hugh Wontner.
68962: LANG, DAVID MARSHALL / BURNEY, CHARLES: - The Peoples of the Hills. Ancient Arafat and Caucasus. The History of Civilisation.
45100: LANG, JENNIFER (WRITTEN BY) / FREELOVE, W. F.: - An Assemblage of 19th. Century Horses & Carriages. From the original sketches by the late W.F. Freelove.
74094: LANGLANDS, ALEX / GINN, PETER / GOODMAN, RUTH: - Victorian Farm. Rediscovering Forgotten Skills.
55748: LANGLEY, LEE: - Sunday Girl.
55671: LANGLEY, LEE: - The Only Person.
76349: LANSING, CLARENCE; - The Nude in Art. A Collection of Forty-Five Photogravures reproduced from the original Paintings, selected from the best Works of the most famous Painters of the Nude.
56326: LAPIERRE, MARCEL: - Les Cent Visages du Cinema. Limited edition. French Language.
77069: LAPOTE, I; EMES, I; - Upwey House in Dorchester. Original Engraved View. “The Seat of George Gould Esq.”
73593: LARKEN, PEGGY: - Five Sisters.
76560: LARPENT, SIR GEORGE; - The Private Journal of F. S. Larpent, Esq. Judge Advocate General of the British Forces in the Peninsula. Attached to the Head-Quarters of Lord Wellington During the Peninsular War, From 1812 to its Close. In Three Volumes.
71203: LARWOOD, J. / HOTTEN, J.C.: - English Inn Signs. Being a Revised and Modernized Version of HISTORY OF SIGNBOARDS. With a chapter on the Modern Inn Sign by Gerald MILLAR.
58543: LASKI, MARGHANITA: - From Palm to Pine. Rudyard Kipling Abroad and At Home.
57368: LATHEN, EMMA: - Going for Gold. The Lake Placid Winter Olymics & crimes & scandals that “might have been” - with John Putnam Thatcher neatly tying up the ends.
72856: LATIMER, R.S.: - Dr.Baedeker and his Apostolic work in Russia. With introductory notes by Princess Nathalie Lieven and Lord Radstock.
74042: LAUDERDALE, WENDY: - The Garden at Ashtree Cottage. Photographs by Andrew Lawson.
70110: LAURIE, ANDRE: - Schoolboy Days in Italy or Tito the Florentine. Translated by Laura E.Kendall. Illustrated.
73280: LAVER, JAMES: - Costume.
69288: LAVER, JAMES: - A Letter to a Girl on the Future of Clothes.
77225: LAW, PHILLIP: BECHERVAISE, JOHN: - Anare, Australia's Antarctic Outposts.
76565: LAWRENCE, T. E.; - The Diary Kept by T. E. Lawrence While Travelling in Arabia During 1911 Together with an Essay on Flecker. Two Volumes. With Slipcase. Limited numbered edition.
76035: LAWRENCE, T.E: - Men in Print. Essays in Literary Criticism. Introduction by A. W. Lawrence. Limited Numbered Edition.
77383: LAWRENCE, T. E.: - Revolt in the Desert. Limited Numbered Edition.
64006: LAWRENCE, D.H.: - The Virgin & the Gipsy.
76732: LAWRENCE, T. E.: - Revolt in the Desert.
75946: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
66188: LAWRENCE, D.H.: - The Heart of Man An Illustrated Selection edited by Neil Philip.
76818: LAWRENCE, T. E.: - Revolt in the Desert. Introduction by R. Trevelyan. Photographs by T. E. Lawrence and others. Sketches by Edward Bawden. Seventh Printing in New Binding.
64439: LAWRENCE, D.H.: - The Collected Poems. Two volumes. Vol I, Rhyming Poems, Vol II, Unrhyming Poems.
74210: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
73853: LAWRENCE, BERTA: - Somerset Legends.
75964: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
77108: LAWRENCE, WALTER ROPER; KIPLING, RUDYARD; - The India We Served With introductory letter by Rudyard Kipling.
72626: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
69010: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
65874: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - The Mint. A Day-book of the R.A.F. Depot between August and December 1922 with later Notes by 352087 A/c Ross.
77087: (LAWRENCE) GARNETT, DAVID(ED): - The Letters of T. E. Lawrence.
75896: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Revolt in the Desert. Introduction by R. Trevelyan. Photographs by T.E. Lawrence and others. Sketches by Edward Bawden.
75514: LE BRAZ, ANATOLE; GOSTLING, FRANCES M.; - The Night of Fires And Other Breton Studies. Put into English by Frances M. Gostling. With Photographs by W.A. and F.M. Gostling.
73393: LE GUIN, URSULA: - Lavinia. A Novel.
66773: LE CORBEILLER, CLARE: - European and American Snuff Boxes. 1730 - 1830.
76267: LE GUIN, URSULA: - City of Illusions.
72210: LE KEUX, J.H. - Forde Abbey. The Seat of Mrs Bertram Evans.
77641: LE SAGE, M.: - Histoire de Gil Blas De Santillane. Derniere Edition revue, & corrigee. In Four Volumes.
75747: LEA, HERMANN: - Thomas Hardy's Wessex Illustrated from photographs by the author.
75659: LEA, HOMER; - The Valor of Ignorance With Specially Prepared Maps.
68846: LEACHMAN, REV. E.W.: - S.Peter's Bournemouth. With an introduction by the Lord Bishop of London.
74802: LEBECH, MOGENS; - Hjejlen “The Golden Plover.” Denmarks Oldest Stemship. Limited Numbered Edition.
74487: LEDUC, CLAUDE ALPHONSE; - Chasse A Courre 1900 A 1914. Deuxieme Volume. Signed and Limited Numbered copy.
74703: LEE, LAURIE: - As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. With drawings by L.Rosoman.
77686: LEE, JOHN; - Yorkshire Dales (The New Naturalist 130.)
75517: LEE, AIR CHIEF MARSHALL SIR DAVID; - Flight From the Middle East A history of the Royal Air Force in the Arabian Peninsula and adjacent territories 1945-1972. SIGNED.
77652: LEECH, JOHN; BECKETT, GILBERT ABBOTT A: - The Comic History of Rome. Illustrated by John Leech.
64938: LEEDS, W.H.: - Architecture. Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students. The Orders and their Aesthetic Principles with illustrative engravings. Fourteenth edition with appendix and glossarial index. Weale’s Scientific and Technical Series.
58338: LEES-MILNE, JAMES(ED): - The National Trust. A Record of Fifty Years’ Achievement.
57878: LEES-MILNE, JAMES: - Baroque in Spain and Portugal.
71192: LEESON, EDWARD (ED): - The Folio Book of Humorous Verse. Selected and Introduced by Edward Leeson. Illustrations by Posy Simmonds.
70406: LEFEBURE, MOLLY: - Thomas Hardy’s World. The Life, Work and Times of the Great Novelist and Poet.
77170: LEFEVRE, ERIC; - Panzers in Normandy Then and Now
74674: LEGG, RODNEY: - Wartime Dorset The Complete History.
76285: LEGG, RODNEY: - Corfe Castle Encyclopaedia. Covering the Purbeck parishes of Church Knowle, Corfe Castle, Kimmeridge, Langton Matravers and Worth Matravers.
74340: LEGG, R.M.; - Integrated Chemical and Magnetic Analysis of Norse Deposits from Hamar, Unst, Shetland. Disstertation for Masters of Science Archaelogical Prospection Degree.
69959: LEGG, RODNEY: - Literary Dorset.
73984: LEGG, RODNEY: - Literary Dorset.
73882: LEGG, RODNEY: - Purbeck Island. The industrial,social and natural history of a corner of England.
73023: LEGG, RODNEY: - The Fight for Tyneham. on the Dorset coastal army ranges.
71554: LEGG, RODNEY: - D-Day Dorset. Rodney Legg’s compelling day-by-day chronicle of the momentous closing months of Dorset’s war, incorporating much that has remained secret for half a century.
71552: LEGG, RODNEY: - Dorset at War.
71545: LEGG, RODNEY: - Literary Dorset.
70645: LEGG, RODNEY: - National Trust Dorset. Photographs by Colin Graham.
69843: LEGG, RODNEY: - The Jurassic Coast. Guide to the Devon and Dorset World Heritage site.
69370: LEGG, RODNEY: - Dorset Aviation Encyclopaedia.
68452: LEGG, RODNEY: - Dorset Flight. The Complete History.
56599: LEGG, RODNEY: - Swanage Encyclopaedic Guide.
54382: LEGG, RODNEY: - Swanage Encyclopaedic Guide.
76284: LEGG, RODNEY: - Battle of Britain Dorset.
77241: LEGG, RODNEY: - Legg Over Dorset
67063: LEHMANN, JOHANNES: - Die Hethier. Volk der tausend Gotter. The Hittites, People of a Thousand Gods. German Language.
75683: LEIGH; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Cheshire.
63462: LEIGH, R.A.AUSTEN: - Eton v. Winchester. 1826-1908.
48814: LEIGHTON BROTHERS - - Pictorial Beauties of Nature. Or Sketches in various Departments of natural history. With coloured illustrations by Famous Artists.
70446: LEITCH, R.P.: - A Course in Sepia Painting. With Twenty-Four plates, from designs by R.P.Leitch.
76420: LEITH HAY, SIR ANDREW; - A Narrative of The Peninsula War. Fourth Edition. Illustrated by Twenty Views, and A Map of Spain and Portugal.
74554: LELAND; HEARNE; WOOD; - The Lives of those Eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne and Anthony a Wood. With an authentick account of their respective Writings and publications, from Original Papers, in which are occasionally inserted Memoirs relating to eminent Persons, and various parts of literature. Also several Engravings of Antiquity, never before published.
74061: LELLENBERG, JON / STASHOWER, DANIEL / FOLEY, CHARLES (EDS): - Arthur Conan Doyle. A Life in Letters.
76726: LENGLET DUFRESNOY, M. L&APOS;ABBE&APOS;; - Methode Pour Etudier La Geographie. Ou L’on Donne Une Description exacte de l’Univers, formee sur les Observations de l’Academie Royale des Sciences, & sur les Auters originaux. Avec un Discours Preliminare sur l’etude de cette Science, & un Catalogue des Cartes Geographiques, Relations, Voyages & Descriptions necessaires pour la Geographie. Troisieme Edition. In Seven Volumes.
72059: LENSKI, LOIS: - The Little Aeroplane.
74059: LEO, ALAN: - Astrology for All. Individual and Personal Characteristics as Represented by the Sun and Moon. Fifth Edition Enlarged. (Formerly Issued as Astrology for All, Part I.) “Astrology without Calculations”. “Astrology for All” Series - Vol I.
74058: LEO, ALAN: - The Progressed Horoscope. A sequel to The Art of Synthesis wherein the Progression of the Horoscope is exhaustively considered, both in principle and practice including also a full delineation of every possible Progressed Aspect, with its Influence on Character and Destiny, the effects of Transits, etc. To which is added A Complete Treatise on Primary Directions. Fifth Edition. “Astrology for All” Series - Vol V.
68957: LEON, DONNA: - A Sea of Troubles. The new Commissario Brunetti novel.
76148: LEON, DEREK; - Tolstoy, His Life and Work. Leather bound presentation edition in hard slipcase.
69857: LERNER, LAURENCE / HOLMSTROM, JOHN: - Thomas Hardy and His Readers. A Selection of Contemporary Reviews with a Commentary.
58561: LESLIE, DORIS: - That Enchantress.
70950: LESLIE, MRS SHANE: - Girlhood in the Pacific. Samoa - Philippines - Spain.
46945: LESSING, ERICH (ILLS.) / KRUTA, V. (TEXT): - Die Kelten. Entwicklung und Geschichte einer europäischen Kultur.
77322: LETHBRIDGE, T. C.; - Ghost and Divining-Rod
61801: LEVENSON, DAVID / HALL, TREVOR: - The Story of the Royal Family. In Celebration of the Queen’s 60th Birthday and the Royal Wedding.
50395: LEVIN, IRA: - Rosemary’s Baby.
65792: LEVINSON, JOHN: - Poems. 1966-1979. Limited edition.
73472: LEVY, MURIEL: - The Adventures of Wonk. Going to Sea. Stories by Muriel Levy of Radio Fame. Illustrations by Kiddell-Monroe.
75951: LEWER, DAVID; SMALE, DENNIS; - Swanage Past. SIGNED.
73670: LEWINGTON, SUE: - Sketches of Scilly. Signed copy.
77036: LEWIS, W: - Chess for Beginners. In a series of Progressive Lessons. Showing the most approved methods of beginning and ending the Game. With various Situations and Checkmates.
76289: LEWIS, EILUNED & PETER; - LAND OF WALES. Second Edition, Revised.
75594: LEWIS, EILUNED; - December Apples. Poems by Eiluned Lewis.
75096: LEWIS, PETER; - The British Bomber Since 1914. Fifty Years of Design and Development.
75092: LEWIS, PETER; - The British Fighter Since 1912. Sixty Years of Design and Development.
65247: LEWIS, C.DAY: - Poems 1943-1947.
70861: LEWIS, C.DAY: - Word Over All.
69170: LEWIS, JUNE: - The Cotswolds Life and Traditions. Foreword by Pam Ayres.
74485: LIEBRECHT, HENRI; - Belgische Folklore Enkele Overleveringen En Gebruiken, Bwerkt Door Leo J. Kryn.
56006: LIETZ, LEONHARD: - Ein Jahrhundert Deutsche Manner. Ein Almanack auf das Jahr 1917.
76784: LIMB, SUE; CORDINGLEY, PATRICK; - Captain Oates: Soldier and Explorer
75345: LINDLEY, JOHN; - An Introduction to the Natural System of Botany. Or a Systematic View of the Organisation, Natural Affinities, and Geographical Distribution of the whole Vegitable Kingdom; together with the uses of the most important species in medicine, arts, and rural and domestic Economy.
70027: LINDLEY, E.S.: - Wotton Under Edge. Men and Affairs of a Cotswold Wool Town.
75125: LINDSAY, MAURICE; - The County Books. The Lowlands of Scotland. Edinburgh and The South.
69782: LINDSAY, J.SEYMOUR: - Iron and Brass Implements of the English House. Illustrated by the author. With an introduction by Ralph Edwards.
76799: LINDSAY, MARTIN: - Three Got Through Memoirs of an Arctic Explorer.
60832: LINDSAY, MAURICE: - The County Books. The Lowlands of Scotland. Glasgow and the North.
73967: LINDSEY, JUDGE BEN B. / EVANS, WAINWRIGHT: - The Revolt of Modern Youth.
50644: LINKLATER, ERIC: - The Raft and Socrates Asks Why. 2 Conversation.
77034: LINSSEN, E. F.; - Beetles of the British Isles. First Series AND Second Series. In Two Volumes.
72913: LINTON, SIR JAMES D.: - Constable’s Sketches in oil and water colours. Newnes Art Library.
75492: LISTER, RONALD; - Antique Firearms Their Care, Repair and Restoration.
77283: LITCHFIELD, FREDERICK: - Pottery and Porcelain. A Guide to Collectors. Fourth edition, new, completely revised and improved.
44949: LITCHFIELD, FREDERICK: - Illustrated History of Furniture. From the Ealiest to the Present Time.
52704: LITTLE, BRYAN: - English Historic Architecture
66460: LITTLE, BRYAN: - The Building of Bath 47-1947. An Architectural and Social Study.
65161: LITTLE, THOMAS (THOMAS MOORE): - The Poetical Works of the late Thomas Little esq.
74268: LITTLEJOHNS, J. - Landscape Sketching and Compostition
77340: LITTMAN, L.T.S.; - Ashley Chase, A Dorset Domain. Signed by Author’s Wife.
52597: LIVERSEDGE, JOAN - Everyday Life In The Roman Empire
76766: LIVERSIDGE, DOUGLAS: - White Horizon
75236: LLEWELLYN-JONES, ROSIE; - A Very Ingenious Man. Claude Martin in Early Colonial India.
67565: LLEWELLYN, RICHARD: - A Few Flowers for Shiner.
70256: LOBEL, RICHARD / DAVIDSON, MARK, ET AL: - Standard Catalogue of English and UK Coins. 1066 to Date (1997). Coincraft’s 1997 Catalogue. Collecting hints, quick index charts, mintage figures. 150 new line drawings, 300 new photographs and thousands of price changes.
66758: LOCK, WALTER: - Oxford Memories.
75646: LOCKET, G. H.; MILLIDGE, A. F.; - British Spiders Two Volumes. With a Frontispiece and 142 & 254 figures in the text.
74804: LOCKHART, R. H. BRUCE; - Memoirs of a British Agent. Being an account of the author's early life in many lands and of his official mission to Moscow in 1918.
67559: LOCKHART, J.G.: - That Followed After.
77164: LOCKWOOD, LUKE VINCENT; - Colonial Furniture in America
73368: LODEWIJK, TOM: - The Book of Tulips. Edited by Ruth Buchan.
63997: LODGE, DAVID: - Small World. An Academic Romance.
77029: LODGE, GEORGE E: - Memoirs of an Artist Naturalist.
75516: LOEWENFELD, CLAIRE; - Fungi Britain’s Wild Larder
77569: LOFTHOUSE, JESSICA: - Borders of the North-West. Illustrations by the Author.
74953: LOMAS, JOHN; WIGRAM, EDGAR T.; HADDON, JOSEPH; - Spain. Black's Popular Series of Colour Books. Illustrated by Sir Edgar T. Wigram and Joseph Haddon.
69042: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Wreck Of The “Royal Adelaide” Steam-Ship.
69047: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Group of Divers At Westminster Bridge.
69050: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Sketches Of The Ship-Launch Disaster at Glasgow
69049: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Sketches Of The Tay Bridge Disaster, By Our Special Artists.
69048: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Divers Searching For The Dead.
69046: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Dragging The River Liffey, To Search For Daggers Used In The Murders.
69045: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Diving For Stolen Watches At Blackfriars Bridge.
69044: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Captain Paul Boyton Exhibiting His Swimming Apperatus In Cork Harbour.
69043: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Searching For The Assassins’ Knives In The Basin of The Canal Dock At Dublin.
69041: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Scene Of The Murder On New-Year’s Eve At Stoke Newington 1. Place where the body was drawn up the reservoir embankment, in Queen Elizabeth’s-walk. 2. Diving operations int the reservoir.
69040: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - The Wreck of The Eurydice: Divers Examining A Wreck By The Submarine Light
69039: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - The Iron Clipper-Ship Eastminster, Capsized In London Docks.
69038: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - The Tay Bridge Disaster: Steam Launches and Divers’ Barge Employed In Search.
69037: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Captain’s Boyton’s Voyage Across The Channel.
73017: LONG, HELEN: - Change Into Uniform. An Autobiography 1939-1946. Foreword by Angela, Countess of Limerick.
44989: LONGFELLOW, H. WADSWORTH: - Tales of a Wayside Inn.
56013: LONGFORD, ELIZABETH: - Louisa, Lady In Waiting. The personal diaries and albums of Louisa, Lady in Waiting to Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra.
68316: LONGMORE, SIR ARTHUR: - From Sea to Sky 1910 - 1945. By Sir Arthur Longmore, Air Chief Marshal.
76803: LOOMIS, CHAUNCEY C.; - Weird and Tragic Shores The Story of Charles Francis Hall, Explorer. SIGNED.
69519: LORCH, WALTER: - Snow travel and transport. The story of snowmobility in pictures.
73332: LORD LONGFORD: - Saints.
76632: LORD MACARTNEY. - An Embassy to China. Being the Journal kept by Lord Macartney during his Embassy to the Emperor Ch’ien-lung 1793-1794.
54667: LORD ROSEBERY: - Chatham. His Early Life and Connections.
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