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75840: FLAMMENBERG, LAWRENCE; TEUTHOLD, PETER; - The Necromancer: Or, The Tale of The Black Forest. Founded on Facts. Translated from the German by Peter Teuthold. With an Introduction by Montague Summers.
72799: FLEG, EDMOND: - The Wall of Weeping translated from the French by Humbert Wolfe. Signed limited edition.
70404: FLEISCHHAKER, MAX: - Der Schlaue Igel und andere Geschichten. Ein Bilderbuch von Max Fleishhaker. The crafty hedgehog and other stories. A picture book. German language.
52593: FLEMING, STUART - Dating in Archaeology - A Guide to Scientific Techniques.
65459: FLEMING, THE REV. ROBERT JNR: - The Rise and Fall of Papacy. Edited with a memoir of the author, by the Rev. Thomas Thomson.
76368: FLEMING, IAN; - The Man With the Golden Gun.
69085: FLEMING, ANDREW: - The Dartmoor Reaves. Investigating Prehistoric Land Divisions.
75118: FLETCHER, H.L.V.: - The County Books. Herefordshire.
77285: FLETCHER, WILLIAM YOUNGER; - English Bookbindings
46610: FLETCHER, REV. J.M.J. (VICAR OF WIMBORNE MINSTER, AND SOMETIME ASSISTANT CURATE OF HOLY TRINITY, SHREWSBURY): - Mrs. Wightman of Shrewsbury: The Story of a Pioneer in Temperance Work.
44441: FLETCHER, GEOFFREY (WRITTEN & ILL. BY): - Town’s Eye View. ( Looking at towns through the eyes of a famous artist ).
67570: FLETCHER, J.S.: - The Plays of Beumont and Fletcher [selected]. With an introduction by J.S.Fletcher.
71324: FLETCHER, J.M.J. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol L.
71323: FLETCHER, J.M.J. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XLVII.
65851: FLETCHER, HAROLD R.: - The Story of the Royal Horticultural Society 1804-1968.
66384: FLETCHER, J.M.J.(ED): - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. From May 1924 to May 1925. Vol.46.
68099: FLETCHER, CANON J.R.: - Short History of Saint Michael’s Mount. Edited and completed by Dom John Stephan.
66920: FLETCHER, EDWARD: - A Bottle Collector’s Guide. European Seals, Case Gins and Bitters.
76606: FLOWER, NEWMAN (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1919-20. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
66769: FLOWER, MARGARET: - Victorian Jewellery With a foreword by Margaret J.Biggs and a chapter on collecting by Doris Langley Moore. With 118 pages of illustrations and 10 colour plates. Revised edition.
76329: FLOYD, GRACE C.; - The Three Little Kittens. Father Tuck’s Nursery Series.
72939: FLUXMAN, MAURICE: - Double Justice. Signed copy.
57168: FOLLETT, KEN: - The Hammer of Eden. Signed, dedicated copy.
75002: FONTAINE; LEMAISTRE, M. FELIX; - Fables De La Fontaine. Avec de nouvelles remarques explicatives philologiques et littaires et un choix de notes entraites de tous les commentateurs. Edition Illustree de Gravures sur Bois, d’apres les dessins de Staal. Precedee de la vie de l’auteur par Auger et de son eloge par Chamfort.
68238: FOOT, M.R.D. / LANGLEY, J.M.: - M.I.9. The British secret service that fostered escape and evasion 1939-1945 and its American counterpart. Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Gerald Templer.
74994: FORBES, A. C.; - English Estate Forestry
74814: FORBES, URQUHART A.; ASHFORD, W. H. R.; - Our Waterways. A History of Inland Navigation Considered as a Branch of Water Conservancy.
72208: FORBES, DUNCAN: - The Hindustani Manual. Intended to facilitate the essential attainments of conversing with fluency and composing with accuracy in the most useful of all the languages spoken in our Eastern Empire. Part I A compendious Grammar of the language with exercises, useful phrases, dialogues etc. Part II a vocabulary of useful words English and Hindustani showing at the same time the difference of idiom between the two languages. A new edition carefully revised by John T.Platts. Twentieth edition.
76130: FORBES, ROSITA: - The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara. Author of “Unconducted Wanderers”. With 76 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author, and a Map.
67161: FORDE, NIGEL: - Fluffy Dice and other ‘Midweek’ verse. With a foreword by Libby Purves. Illustrated by Debbie Ryder.
72938: FOREMAN, AMANDA: - Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire.
56880: FORESTER, C.S.: - The Ship.
56885: FORESTER, C.S.: - The Captain from Connecticut.
55175: FORESTER, C.S.: - The Sky and The Forest.
73613: FORREST, H.E.: - The Old Houses of Shrewsbury. Their History and Associations.
74964: FORSTER, E.M,: - A Passage To India. Folio Society Collection. In Six Volumes. Where Angels Fear to Tread, The Longest Journey, A Room With a View, Howards End, Maurice, A Passage To India. Six Volumes.
63721: FORSTER, E.M.: - The Eternal Moment. and Other Stories.
61737: FORTESCUE, J.W.: - The Story of a Red-Deer.
77172: FORTY, GEORGE: - The Illustrated Guide to Tanks of the World.
72033: FORTY, GEORGE: - Tank Commanders. Knights of the Modern Age.
69690: FORTY, GEORGE: - Frontline Dorset. A County at War 1939-45.
77192: FORTY, GEORGE & ANNE; - Bovington Tanks.
77193: FORTY, GEORGE: - Chieftain Modern Combat Vehicles: 1.
76283: FORTY, GEORGE: - Frontline Dorset. A County at War 1939-45.
75183: FOSTER, J. J.; - The Stuarts Being Outlines of the Personal History of the Family. Illustrated from Portraits, Miniatures &c. in the Most Celebrated Collections.
49464: FOSTER, J.J./ HARDY, THOMAS (INTRODUCTORY NOTE): - Wessex Worthies (Dorset). With some account of others connected with the history of the County, and numerous portraits and illustrations. With an introductory note by THOMAS HARDY.
61376: FOSTER, B.: - Attractive original steel engraving of cathedral at Worms.
72213: FOSTER, B.: - Original steel engraving of ‘Spires’. Steel engraving ca 1840.
68789: FOULOUIER, V.: - Marianne. Magasin Des Demoiselles.
67485: FOWLER, CRISTOPHER: - Seventy-Seven Clocks. The new Bryant & May Mystery.
50646: FOWLES, JOHN: - Mantissa. Author of “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”.
72988: FOWLES, JOHN: - Daniel Martin.
70669: FOWLES, JOHN: - Lyme Regis Camera.
57515: FOWLES, JOHN: - Mantissa. Author of “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”.
54791: FOWLES, JOHN: - Mantissa. Author of “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”.
76139: FOWLES, JOHN / DRAPER, JO: - Thomas Hardy’s England. Introduced and edited by John Fowles. Written by Jo Draper. SIGNED.
75904: FOWLES, JOHN: - The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
44150: FOX, AILEEN: - South West England. Ancient Peoples and Places.
75606: FOX, WILLIAM; - The Working Man’s Model Family Botanic Guide. Or, Every man his own doctor; being an exposition of the Botanic System, giving a clear and explicit explanation of the botanic practise, the cause, cure, and prevention of disease, embellished with engravings of the human body and herbs used in the botanic practise. Nineteenth Edition. Revised enlarged and Corrected by (A.R. & W.C. Fox.) Sons of the Author.
74766: FOX, UFFA; - Sailing, Seamanship and Yacht Construction. With over 300 Photographs and Diagrams.
73432: FOX, SIR CYRIL: - Ancient Monuments, South Wales and Monmouthshire. Illustrated Regional Guides to Ancient Monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works. Volume IV. 2nd edition (enlarged).
71997: FOX, CELINA (ED): - London World City 1800-1840.
71910: FOX, SIR CYRIL: - Illustrated Regional Guides to Ancient Monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works. Volume IV South Wales and Monmouthshire. 3rd Edition (Enlarged).
76633: FOX, ROBIN LANE; - Alexander The Great.
54294: FOX, LEVI: - The Borough Town of Stratford-upon-Avon.
60511: FRA ANGELICO / MARTINDALE, C.C.: - With Dyed Garments. Ten reproductions in colour after Fra Angelico with Scripture Texts in the Doway Version chosen by W.H.Kent O.S.C. and an Essay by C.C.Martindale, S.J.
76040: FRANCIS, DICK: - Flying Finish. Signed First Edition with Dustwrapper.
55368: FRANCIS, DICK: - In the Frame.
63829: FRANCIS, DICK: - To the Hilt.
64173: FRANCIS, DICK: - Break In.
58557: FRANCIS, M.E.: - Among Untrodden Ways.
55022: FRANCIS, DICK: - Trial Run.
62534: FRANCIS, M.E.: - Honesty.
73311: FRANCIS, DICK: - Risk. Signed copy.
62187: FRANCIS, DICK: - Bolt.
56091: FRANCIS, DICK: - Straight.
55942: FRANCIS, M.E.: - Frieze And Fustian.
55182: FRANCIS, DICK: - Slay-Ride.
55021: FRANCIS, DICK: - Whip Hand.
54793: FRANCIS, DICK: - The Danger.
51905: FRANCIS, DICK: - Proof.
51904: FRANCIS, DICK: - Straight
51903: FRANCIS, DICK: - The Edge.
51902: FRANCIS, DICK: - Comeback.
51901: FRANCIS, DICK: - Longshot
51900: FRANCIS, DICK: - FIELD OF 13.
51899: FRANCIS, DICK: - 10-lb. Penalty.
76175: FRANCIS, DICK: - Forfeit. SIGNED COPY.
76174: FRANCIS, DICK: - Slay-Ride. SIGNED COPY.
76173: FRANCIS, DICK: - Rat Race. SIGNED COPY.
76172: FRANCIS, DICK: - Enquiry. SIGNED COPY.
76170: FRANCIS, DICK: - Straight. Signed, Limited Numbered Edition in Slipcase.
76171: FRANCIS, DICK: - Banker. SIGNED COPY.
49298: FRANK, HANS / LITSCHEL, RUDOLF WALTER: - Oberösterreich in alten Photographien 1848 - 1914. Bildtexte: R.W. Litschel. Gestaltung: Herbert Friedl.
73452: FRANK, ANNE: - The Diary of a Young Girl. New translation edited by Otto H.Frank and Mirjam Pressler. Translated by Susan Massotty. The definitive edition.
74071: FRANKLIN, ROBERT: - Lord Stuart of Rothesay. The Life and Times of Lord Stuart de Rothesay of Highcliffe Castle 1779-1845.
74069: FRANKLIN, ROBERT: - The Stuarts of Highcliffe.
74063: FRANKLIN, ROBERT: - The Fringes of History. The Life and Times of Edward Stuart Wortley.
71622: FRANKS, NORMAN / RICHEY, PAUL: - Fighter Pilot’s Summer.
68284: FRANKS, NORMAN L.R. / GUEST, RUSSELL / ALEGI, GREGORY: - Above the War Fronts. A complete record of the British Two-Seater Bomber Pilot and Observer Aces, the British Two-Seater Fighter Observer Aces, and the Belgian, Italian, Austro-Hungarian and Russian Fighter Aces 1914-1918.
59406: FRASER, REV.ROBERT W.: - Illustrative Views in Tinted Lithography of interesting and romantic Parish Kirks and Manses in Scotland: with Preface and Introduction.
75454: FRASER, DUNCAN; - Glen of the Rowan Trees And Other Stories.
75428: FRASER,GEORGE MACDONALD: - Flash For Freedom. From the Flashman Papers 1848-49. Edited and arranged by G.M.Fraser.
75427: FRASER, GEORGE MACDONALD: - Flashman at the Dragon.
75422: FRASER, GEORGE MACDONALD; - McAuslan In the Rough. And Other Stories.
74636: FRASER’S MAGAZINE; - Yeast: A Problem. Reprinted, with Corrections and Additions from Fraser’s Magazine.
67149: FRASER, ANTONIA (ED): - Oxford and Oxfordshire in verse. Edited and with an introduction by Antonia Fraser.
73147: FRAZER, SIR JAMES GEORGE: - Garnered Sheaves. Essays, Addresses, and Reviews.
69205: FREDERICK ORPEN BOWER & SYDNEY VINES - A Course of Practical Instruction in Botany Part I Phanerogamae – Pteridophta
54786: FREEMANTLE, BRIAN: - Face Me When You Walk Away
55552: FREEMANTLE, BRIAN: - Goodbye to an Old Friend.
70769: FREMANTLE, W.H.: - Canterbury Cathedral. Illustrated by W.Lapworth.
75210: FRENCH, GILBERT J.; - On The Banners of The Bayeux Tapestry And Some Earliest Heraldic Charges. Reprinted from the Journal of the Archaeological Association of Great Britain and Ireland, July 1857. For Presentation Only.
77128: FRENCH, JAMES WEIR; - Modern Power Generators. Steam Electric and Internal-Combustion and their application to present-day requirements. With many diagrams and pictorial illustrations and a series of composite sectional models. In Two Volumes.
70502: FRERE, SHEPPARD: - Britannia. A History of Roman Britain.
73435: FREUD, ESTHER: - Hideous Kinky.
76403: (108). FRIEND, PETER: - Southern England. (The New Naturalist 108). Looking at the Natural Landscapes.
76383: (119). FRIEND, PETER; - Scotland. (The New Naturalist 118).
68625: FRISWELL, HAIN: - Footsteps to Fame. A Book to Open Other Books. New edition illustrated.
74936: FRITH, F.; - Canterbury Cathedral. Photographed by F. Frith.
71549: FRITH / BAINBRIDGE, JOHN: - Francis Frith’s Around Dorset. Photographic Memories.
71264: FRITH, FRANCIS / SACKETT, TERENCE & ELIZA: - Dorset Churches Francis Frith's Photographic Memories.
65493: FRITH, WILLIAM POWELL: - John Leech His Life and Work. With Portrait and Numerous Illustrations. In two volumes.
76701: FROISSART, SIR JOHN: - Chronicles of England, France, Spain. And the adjoining Countries, From the latter part of the Reign of Edward II to the Coronation of Henry IV. Translated from the French Editions, with variations and additions from many celebrated MSS. by T. JOHNES, Esq. To which are prefixed A Life of the Author, an essay on his works, and a criticism on his History. With Illuminated Hand-Coloured Illustrations. Volume 1 Only.
76674: FROISSART, SIR JOHN: - Chronicles of England, France, Spain. And the adjoining Countries, From the latter part of the Reign of Edward II to the Coronation of Henry IV. Translated from the French Editions, with variations and additions from many celebrated MSS. by T. JOHNES. To which are prefixed A Life of the Author, an essay on his works, and a criticism on his History. In Two Volumes.
69863: FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES - Original Engraved Map of Germany and the Netherlands.
66895: FROST, T.W.: - The price guide to old sheffield plate.
74171: FROST, W.E. / BROWN, M: - The Trout.(21) (The New Naturalist Monograph/ Special Volume).
76027: FROSTIC, GWEN: - A Walk With Me.
70844: FROUDE, JAMES ANTHONY (ED): - Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle, prepared for Publication by Thomas Carlyle. Two volumes.
48711: FRY, CHRISTOPHER: - Curtmantle. A Play.
48712: FRY, CHRISTOPHER / SEARLE ,R.: - The Dark is Light Enough. A Winter Comedy.
48713: FRY, CHRISTOPHER: - The Firstborn. A Play in Three Acts.
52605: FRYDE, E.B - PEASANTS AND LANDLORDS IN LATER MEDIEVAL ENGLAND c 1380 - c1525
76802: FUCHS, SIR VIVIAN: - Of Ice and Men. The Story of the British Antarctic Survey 1943-73.
77247: FUCHS, SIR VIVIAN: - Of Ice and Men. The Story of the British Antarctic Survey 1943-73.
72583: FULFORD, ROGER: - Votes for Women. The Story of a Struggle.
50172: FULLER, ROY: - Epitaphs and Occasions.
67502: FULLER, ROY: - Seen Grandpa Lately? Illustrated by Joan Hickson.
50969: FULLER,R.J: - Bird Habitats in Britain.
54736: FULLER, ROY: - The Father's Comedy.
54737: FULLER, ROY: - Stares.
73401: FULLER, GEORGE W.: - A History of the Pacific North West.
72550: FULLER, THOMAS: - Fuller’s Worthies. Selected from The Worthies of England by Thomas Fuller. Edited and Introduced by Richard Barber.
54729: FULLER, ROY: - Spanner Pen.
54727: FULLER, ROY: - Carnal Island.
54726: FULLER, ROY: - My Child, My Sister.
55652: FULLERTON, ALEXANDER: - Other Men's Wives.
51033: FULLEYLOVE, J. / THOMAS, E: - Oxford.
68138: FUNNELL, RONALD S.: - Rambles In and Around Bournemouth.
73377: FURLONG, MONICA: - Visions and Longings. Medieval Women Mystics.
73145: FURNAS, J.C.: - Fanny Kemble. Leading Lady of the Nineteenth Century Stage. A Biography by J.C.Furnas.
76779: FURSE, CHRIS; - Elephant Island An Antarctic Expedition
72742: FURST, HERBERT: - Original Engraving and Etching. An Appreciation.
52266: FUSSELL, G.E - The Old English Farming Books from Fitzherbert to Tull 1523 to 1730
71723: FYFE, GEORGE: - From Box-Kites to Bombers. Foreword by Sir Alliott Verdon-Roe. Illustrated.
61353: G. TOWNSEND.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Torquay. Public Gardens.
51595: G A HENTY - The Girl's Realm. containing G A Henty's Last Serial Story " A Soldier's Daughter"
61352: G. TOWNSEND.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Devonport. Mount Wise.
77224: GAD, FINN: - The History of Greenland. Translated from the Danish by Ernst Dupont. In Three Volumes. I: Earliest Times to 1700. II: 1700 to 1782. III: 1782-1808.
69286: GADD, E.W.: - Victorian Logs. Signed copy.
63376: GALBRAITH, J.K.: - Ambassador’s Journal. A personal account of the Kennedy years.
53472: GALE, EDWARDS J.: - Pewter and the Amateur Collector.
73094: GALLOWAY, ELIJAH: - History and Progress of the Steam Engine; With a Practical Investigation of its Stucture and Application. By Elijah Galloway, civil engineer. To which is added, an Extensive Appendix, containing minute descriptions of all the various improved boilers; the constituent parts of steam engines; the machinery used in steam navigation; the new plans for steam carriages; and a variety of Engines for the Application of Other Motive Powers, with an experimental dissertation on the nature and properties of Steam and other elastic vapours; the strength and weight of materials, &c, &c, by Luke Herbert. Illustrated by Upwards of Two Hundred Engravings.
76607: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1920-21. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76608: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1922. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76609: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1924. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76610: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1925. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76611: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1926. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76612: GALPIN, STANLEY I. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book 1927. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
74479: GALSWORTHY, JOHN; - Two Forsyte Interludes. A Silent Wooing, Passers By. Signed Limited Edition.
68048: GALSWORTHY, JOHN: - Collected Works.
55593: GALSWORTHY, JOHN: - The Creation of Character in Literature. The Romanes Lecture Delivered in the Sheldonian Theatre 21 May 1931.
53768: (GALSWORTHY, JOHN). MARROT, H.V.: - A Bibiography Of The Works Of John Galsworthy. With an unpublished cartoon by Max Beerbohm in collotype, hand coloured, a portrait frontispiece in collotype and eight line facsimilies.
71499: GALUPPINI, GINO: - Warships of the World. An Illustrated Encyclopedia.
67519: GALWAY, JAMES: - An Autobiography.
54342: ( GAMES ) - Round Games for all Parties. A Collection of the Greatest Variety of Family Amusements for Fireside or Pic-nic...For the Use of Old and Young.
74897: GAMLIN, MRS. HILDA; - ‘Twixt Mersey and Dee. With Colour Map.
77216: GANTHONY, ROBERT; - Bunkum Entertainments: A Collection of Original Laughable Skits. On conjuring, Physiognomy, Juggling, Performing Fleas, Waxworks, Panorams, Phrenology, Phonograph, Second sight, Lightning Calculators, Ventriloquism, Spiritualism etc. To Which are Added Humourous Sketches, Whimsical Recitals and Drawing-Room Comedies.
69322: GANTNER, JOSEPH / POBE, MARCEL: - Romanesque Art in France. With a preface by Marcel Aubert, 271 pictures in phototgravure by Jean Roubier and 8 Maps.
73915: GARDINER, DOROTHY: - Companion Into Dorset. With sixteen plates and a map.
73323: GARDINER, FLORENCE MARY: - Olla Podrida.
69309: GARDINER, ROBERT (ED): - Warship 1990.
75890: (GARDNER, W. BISCOMBE) / SHORE, W. TEIGNMOUTH: - Kent
58395: GARDNER, JOHN: - Licence Renewed.
58396: GARDNER, JOHN: - For Special Services.
66581: GARDNER, JOHN: - Understrike.
61259: GARDNER, A.H.: - Outline Of English Architecture. An Account for the General Reader of its Development from Early Times to the Present Day.
55909: GARDNER, JOHN: - Every Night’s a Bullfight.
49877: GARFIELD, LEON / RIDLEY, TREVOR: - Lucifer Wilkins. Long Ago Children Books.
57477: GARFIELD, LEON / JAQUES, FAITH. (ILL.): - The Cloak Illustrated by Faith Jaques
57359: GARFIELD, LEON: - The Sound of Coaches.
63592: GARGER, ERNST: - Die Reliefs and den Furstentoren des Stefansdoms. German Language.
66841: GARNER, SIR HARRY: - Chinese and Japanese Cloisonne Enamels.
73949: GARNETT, RICHARD (ED): - Sylvia and David. The Townsend Warner/Garnett Letters.
58034: GARRATT, GEOFFREY THEODORE - The Shadow of the Swastika
53596: GARRATT, JOHN G: - Model Soldiers - A Collector's Guide
43370: GARRETT, ERIC: - Bradford Abbas. The History of a Dorset Village.
72121: GARRETT, ALBERT: - A History of Wood Engraving. With a foreword by Professor Alan W. Woodruff.
56286: GASCOIGNE, BAMBER: - The Heyday.
72207: GASKELL, ELIZABETH: - Cranford. A Tale by Mrs Gaskell.
70636: GASTINAEU, H. / WOOLNOTH, W.: - Wardour Castle, Wiltshire. Black and white engraved print.
76319: GASTINEAU, HENRY; - Wales Illustrated in a Series of Views, Comprising the Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Castles, Seats of Nobility & Gentry, Antiquities &c. Engraved on Steel from the Original Drawings by Henry Gastineau (by W. Wallis). Accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions.
76544: GATHORNE-HARDY, A.E. / PENNANT, CLAUD DOUGLAS / SHAND, ALEXANDER INNES: - The Salmon. With chapters on The Law of Salmon Fishing and Cookery. Fur Feather and Fin Series.
71620: GATLAND, KENNETH W.: - Astronautics in the Sixties. A Survey of Current Technology and Future Development.
73991: GAUNT, WILLIAM: - Chelsea.
73748: GEDDES / GROSSET: - Classical Mythology. A dictionary of tales, characters and traditions from Classical Mythology. Illustrations of paintings and sculptures inspired by myth. A collection of myths, retold for the modern reader.
60279: GEDDIE, JOHN: - Romantic Edinburgh. Third impression, revised.
76017: GELL, WILLIAM; - Glen Helen And Other Poems.
75861: GENLIS, MADAME DE; HOLCROFT, THOMAS; - Tales of The Castle; Or, Stories of Instruction & Delight. Translated by Thomas Holcroft. In Two Volumes.
69261: GENTLE, MARY: - Orhte: Chronicles of Carrick V.
69862: GEO BARNARD - The OAK. The Home Park Bushey. No 12
69861: GEO BARNARD - The Wych Elm. Norbury Park No 19
44304: GEORGANO, G.N: - The Clasic Rolls-Royce.
74538: GEORGE SIMENON - VIOLENT ENDS Comprising Belle and the Brothers Rico.
72619: GEORGE DODD - British Manufactures. British Manufactures. Series IV
72178: GERALDINE ROBINSON - Three Kittens in a Boat
74358: GERARD, THOMAS; COKER, JOHN; LEGG, RODNEY; - Coker’s Survey of Dorsetshire Second Edition printed by John Creed with an Afterword by Rodney Legg. Limited Numbered Edition.
73298: GERARD, JAMES W.: - My four years in Germany. (By the Late Ambassador to the German Imperial Court). Illustrated.
64420: GERBAULT, ALAIN: - The Gospel of the Sun.
44892: GERMANY - München. 16 des schönsten Aufnahmen. Reihe 2.
44893: GERMANY - LIEBIG: - Alt - Frankfurt a. M. 12 Ansichten nach Oelgemälden von B. LIEBIG.
76649: GERNET, JACQUES: - A History of Chinese Civilisation. Translated by J. R. Foster and Charles Hartman. Introduced by Jonathan D. Spence. Two volumes. In slipcase.
53402: GESTACKER, FREDERICK: - Western Lands and Western Waters. With Illustrations From Designs By Eminent Artists.
69186: GHETTI, WALTER / MAZZUCCO, ROBERT: - Amerigo Vespucci e i secoli d’oro della vela. (and the golden age of sail). Italian language.
75384: GIBB, SIR ALEXANDER; - The Story of Telford. The Rise of Civil Engineering. With 32 Illustrations and 3 Maps.
75507: GIBB, DR. ROBERT SHIRRA; - A Farmer’s Fifty Years in Lauderdale. Foreword by Sir Robert Greig.
37194: GIBBARD JACKSON, G: - Twenty-Six Sea Yarns.
76032: (GIBBINGS, ROBERT) POWYS, LEWELLYN: - The Twelve Months. With Engravings by Robert Gibbings.
77280: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Sweet Thames Run Softly With Engravings By The Author.
71316: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Till I End My Song. With wood engravings by the author.
70228: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Coming Down the Seine. With many wood engravings.
69193: GIBBINGS, ROBERT: - Trumpets from Montparnasse. Illustrated with eight colour plates and forty wood engravings by the author.
75178: GIBBON, EDWARD: - The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Edited and with an introduction by Betty Radice. Eight volumes in Slipcases.
77290: GIBBON, EDWARD: - The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A New Edition. In Twelve Volumes.
72549: GIBBON, EDWARD: - Memoirs of my Life. Edited and with an Introduction by Betty Radice.
72547: GIBBON, EDWARD: - The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Edited and with an introduction by Betty Radice. Eight volumes.
75511: GIBBS, COMMANDER C. R. VERNON; - British Passenger Liners of the Five Oceans A Record of the British Passenger Lines and their Liners from 1838 to the Present Day.
65774: GIBSON, W.W.: - Battle. Introduction by Kelsey Thornton.
75221: GIDE, ANDRE; BUSSY, DOROTHY; - If It Die... Translated by Dorothy Bussy. LIMITED EDITION. 394/1500.
44699: GIFFORD, MARGARET JEUNE: - Pages from The Diary of An Oxford Lady 1843-1862. (the Editor's grandmother)
76647: GILBERT, MARTIN: - Churchill. A Life. Two Volumes In Slipcase.
49796: GILBERT & SULLIVAN / BAILY, LESLIE: - The Gilbert & Sullivan Book. Revised edition. 4th.edition, completely revised and enlarged.
74874: GILBERT, JOHN; GOLDSMITH, OLIVER; SMOLLET; JOHNSON; SHENSTONE; - The Poetical Works of Oliver Goldsmith, Tobias Smollett, Samuel Johnson and William Shenstone. With Biographical Notices and Notes. Illustrated by Sir John Gilbert.
73574: GILBERT, BENTLEY B.: - Britain Since 1918.
67515: GILBERT, MARTIN: - Winston Churchill. The Wilderness Years.
61271: GILBERT, MICHAEL: - Death Has Deep Roots. Uniform edition of Michael Gilbert.
53320: GILBERT, MARK: - Smoking: 500B.C. - A.D.1936
35862: GILCHRIST, JAMES: - Anglican Church Plate. A Connoisseur Monograph. SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
55850: GILCHRIST, JAMES: - Anglican Church Plate. A Connoisseur Monograph.
73291: GILCHRIST, JAMES: - Anglican Church Plate. A Connoisseur Monograph.
54741: GILKES, A. N: - The Impact of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
67065: GILLIARD, ALFRED J.: - Across the Road. Some Memories of Sergeant-Observer Donald Owen Culshaw R.A.F. Second impression.
64998: GILLMAN, F.R.: - The Boy Prince of Westerland. Illustrated by Stead. A Red Star book.
66027: GILMORE, MAEVE (ED): - Peake’s Progress. Selected Writings and Drawings of Mervyn Peake. Introduction by John Watney.
73217: GILMOUR, DAVID: - The Long Recessional. The Imperial Life of Rudyard Kipling.
72407: GILPIN, WILLIAM: - Sermons Preached to a Country Congregation: to which are added a few Hints for Sermons; intended chiefly for the use of the younger clergy. By William Gilpin, Prebendary of Salisbury, and Vicar of Boldre in New Forest. Second edition.
77183: GIMENEZ, LEOPOLDO RAMOS; - Historia Cartografica Del Paraguay Con Relacion al Chaco Boreal.
75059: GINSBURG, MADELINE; - Victorian Dress In Photographs.
70423: GINSBURG, MADELEINE: - The Hat. Trends and Traditions. Foreword by Hardy Amies.
71996: GIROUARD, MARK: - The Victorian Country House Revised and Enlarged Edition.
58180: GIRTIN, TOM: - The Mark of the Sword. A narrative history of the Cutler’s Company, 1189-1975.
76078: GITTINGS, ROBERT; KEATS: - The Odes of Keats & Their Earliest Known Manuscripts. Introduced with notes by Robert Gittings.
44815: GITTINGS, ROBERT: - The Roman Road. And other poems.
76794: GIUDICI, DAVIDE; - The Tragedy of the Italia With the Rescuers to the Red Tent. Special Correspondent of the “Corriere della Sera” on board the Krassin.
69797: GLADWIN, DAVID: - Steam on the Road.
70412: GLANCEY, JONATHAN: - New British Architecture. With 172 illustrations, 24 in colour.
60512: GLASS, FREDERICK J.: - Design and Composition in Line, Form and Mass.
67238: GLEESON, JANET: - The Arcanum. The extraordinary true story of the invention of European Porcelain.
76370: GLEIG, REV. G. R.; - The Life of Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, Bart. and K.C.B. Late Govenor of Madras. With Extracts From His Correspondence and Private Papers. In Two Volumes.
76795: GLEN, A. R.; - Young Men in the Arctic the Oxford University Arctic Expedition to Spitsbergen 1933.
56690: GLEN, A.R. (ASSISTED BY N.A.C.CROFT): - Under the Pole Star. The Oxford University Arctic Expedition 1935-6.
73752: GLENDINNING, VICTORIA: - Jonathan Swift.
61181: GLOAG, JOHN: - Guide to Western Architecture. With over 400 illustrations of which 161 were drawn by Hilton Wright.
69068: GLOAG, JOHN: - The Englishman's Castle. A History of houses, large and small, in town and country, from A.D.100 to the present day. With drawings by Marjory Whittington.
68251: GLOAG, JOHN: - The Englishman's Castle. A History of houses, large and small, in town and country, from A.D.100 to the present day. With drawings by Marjory Whittington.
65112: (GLOUCESTERSHIRE) - The Gloucestershire Domesday Book. Facsimile folio of Gloucestershire, in Latin- with 2 maps: Gloucestershire & General map of England in 1086. Translation of the Latin folio, and index of place names which correspond to the map as well as the translation, and finally a history of the county / General to all counties, and contains a series of articles on life in England in the 11th.century.
48556: GLOVER, HARRY ( ED. & COMPILED BY): - A Standard Guide to Pure-Breed Dogs.
74032: GLOVER, JANE: - Mozart’s Women. His Family, His Friends, His Music.
72713: GLOVER, ROBERT / MILLES, THOMAS: - The Kings of England ever since it was so called. Edited by Derek Parker with an introduction by Nigel Ramsay.
72303: GLOVER, MICHAEL: - Wellington as Military Commander.
70899: GLOVER, MICHAEL: - An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers & Uniforms. From the original paintings by the late CHATER PAUL CHATER.
48553: GLYN, COL.SIR R: - Champion Dogs of the World. Photographs by Sally A.Thompson.
75048: GOBLET, LOUIS; - Memoires de Gaspard Recueillis Par Sa Petite Amie Suzette. Illustrations de A. Reynolt.
64387: GODDARD, CANON ED H.: - Wiltshire Bibliography. A catalogue of printed books, pamphlets and articles bearing on the history, topography and natural history of the county. Part I, Wiltshire as a whole; Part II Individual parishes arranged alphabetically.
69476: GODDARD, CANON E.H.: - Wiltshire Bibliography. A catalogue of printed books, pamphlets and articles bearing on the history, topography and natural history of the county. Part I, Wiltshire as a whole; Part II, individual parishes arranges alphabetically.
52904: GODDARD, CANON ED. H: - Wiltshire Bibliography. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Pamphlets and Articles Bearing on the History, Topography and Natural History of the County.
68321: GODDEN, JON: - The Seven Islands.
68280: GODDEN, RUMER: - The Dark Horse.
68279: GODDEN, RUMER: - Thursday’s Children.
68276: GODDEN, RUMER: - Cromartie v. the God Shiva, acting through the Government of India.
68275: GODDEN, RUMER: - Mooltiki and other stories and poems of India.
76086: GODFREY; - Original Hand Coloured Engraving of Knowle, near Sevenoak, In the County of Kent. Formerly a Palace belonging to the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury.
76871: GODFREY, A. S. T.; - The Cradle of the North Wind. With a Portrait and 2 Maps.
56384: GODFREY, W.H: - Our Building Inheritance. Are we to use of Lose it?
75862: GODWIN, WILLIAM; - The Adventures of Caleb Williams; Or, Things As They Are. Revised and Corrected. With A Memoir of the Author.
75832: GODWIN; WILLIAM; - Things As They Are; Or, The Adventures of Caleb Williams. In Three Volumes. Fourth Edition.
72438: GODWIN, REV.G.N.: - The Civil War in Hampshire (1642-45). And the Story of Basing House. Illustrated with portraits and coloured view of Basing House. New and Revised edition. Limited edition.
70926: GOGO, JEAN L.: - Lights on the St.Lawrence. An Anthology.
61570: GOHM, D.C.: - Maps and Prints. For Pleasure and Investment.
61573: GOHM, D.: - Antique Maps of Europe, the Americas, West Indies, Australasia, Africa, the Orient.
69493: GOHM, D.C.: - Maps and Prints for pleasure and investment.
67154: GOLANT, WILLIAM: - The Long Afternoon. British India 1601-1947.
74015: GOLDBERG, MICHAEL: - Carlyle and Dickens.
64271: GOLDFARB, RABBI SOLOMON D.: - Ready-Reference Jewish Encyclopaedia. In collaboration with Rose Scharfstein.
72860: GOLDING, WILLIAM: - Rites of Passage.
70751: GOLDING, J.A.: - Colonialism. The Golden Years.
60799: GOLDING, CLAUD: - The County Books. London, The City.
48706: GOLDMAN, WILLIAM (AUTHOR OF "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID"): - Marathon Man.
72775: GOLDSCHMIDT, BERTRAND: - The Atomic Complex. A Worldwwide Political History of Nuclear Energy. Substantially revised and updated from the original French edition, Le Complexe Atomique. Signed copy.
69531: GOLDSMITH, OLIVER: - The Comedies of Oliver Goldsmith. With an introduction by Joseph Jacobs. Illustrated by Chris. Hammond.
75933: GOLDSWORTHY, MARGARET: - The Dorset Bedside Anthology. With an Introduction by Ralph Wightman. SIGNED.
77282: GOLLEY, JOHN: - Whittle, The True Story In Association with Sir Frank Whittle.
62114: GOLLIN, ALFRED: - No Longer An Island. Britain & the Wright Brothers 1902-1909.
61782: GOMBRICH, E.H.: - The Story of Art. Twelfth Edition-enlarged & revised.
70788: GOOD, RONALD: - A Geographical Handbook of the Dorset Flora. Includes a chapter on The Soils of Dorset. By K.L. Robinson. With frontispiece and 42 maps.
71537: GOOD, RONALD: - Weyland. The Story of Weymouth and its Countryside.
62359: GOOD, RONALD: - A Concise Flora of Dorset.
69973: GOOD, RONALD: - The Lost Villages of Dorset.
68884: GOOD, RONALD: - A Geographical Handbook of the Dorset Flora. Includes a chapter on The Soils of Dorset. By K.L. Robinson.
68818: GOOD, RONALD: - Weyland. The Story of Weymouth and its Countryside. With illustrations by the author.
73887: GOODDEN, CECIL P.: - The Story of Sherborne Pageant Produced in the Old Castle Ruins at Sherborne in June 1905. With an introduction by Louis N.Parker And a Sonnet by James Rhoades. Signed copy.
66775: GOODISON, NICHOLAS: - Ormolu: The Work of Matthew Boulton.
52189: GOODMAN, ARTHUR WORTHINGTON & HUTTON, WILLIAM HOLDEN (EDITORS) - The Statutes Governing the Cathedral Church of Winchester Given By King Charles I
52039: GOODMAN SYD - PORTSMOUTH WARSHIPS 1900-1950
64372: GOODRICH, REV P.J.: - Trowbridge and its Times.
76214: GOODWIN, RUTHERFOORD; - A Brief & True Report Concerning Williamsburg in Virginia: Being an Account of the most important Occurrences in that Place from its first Beginning to the present Time. Third Edition Revised and Enlarged.
60768: GORDON, SETON: - The County Books. Highlands of Scotland.
75137: GORDON, SETON; - The County Books. The Highlands of Scotland.
74885: GORDON, ADAM LINDSAY; - Poems. Sea Spray and Smoke Drift. Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes. Miscellaneous Poems. Ashtaroth: A Dramatic Lyric. The Roll of The Kettledrum (Illustrated).
52296: GORDON, JOHN - The German Shepherd dog (the Alasatian)
76793: GORDON HAYES, J.; - The Conquest of the South Pole ‘Keystone Library.’
47024: GORDON, E.O.: - Prehistoric London Its Mounds and Circles [Duw-A-Digon]. With appendices by the Rev. John Griffith.
73382: GORE, REV.CHARLES (ED): - Lux Mundi. A Series of Studies in the Religion of the Incarnation.
72486: GORE, JOHN (ED): - The Creevey Papers.
58500: GORE, JOHN (ED): - Creevey’s Life and Times. A Further Selection From the Correspondence of Thomas Creevey, Born 1768 - died 1838.
73614: GORING, ROSEMARY (ED): - Dictionary of Writers. International Authors from Angelou to Xenophon.
56171: GORING, HERMANN / GOEBBELS, JOSEPH ET AL: - Adolf Hitler bilder Aus Dem Leben Des Fuhrers. German language.
76906: GORMAN, GERARD; - The Birds of Hungary
54620: GORSKY, BERNARD: - Island at the End of the World.
72607: GOSS, JOHN: - Ballads of Britain. Edited with a foreword by John Goss. With an Introduction by Sir John Squire and Decorations by J.Whitehead.
70854: GOSSE, EDMUND (ED): - English Odes Selected by Edmund Gosse.
63989: GOTCH, A.F.: - Birds Their Latin Names Explained.
75804: GOULD, ROBERT FREKE; - The History of Freemasonry. Its Antiquities, Symbols, Constitutions, Customs, etc. Embracing an investigation of the Records of the Organisations of the Fraternity in England, Scotland, Ireland, British Colonies, France, Germany, and the United States. Derived from Official Sources. Three Volumes.
73474: GOULD, ROBERT W.: - British Campaign Medals. Waterloo to the Falklands. An Illustrated Reference Guide for Collectors.
74134: GOULD, F.CARRUTHERS: - Froissart’s Modern Chronicles. Told and Pictured by F.Carruthers Gould.
71065: GOULD, JOHN / RICHTER, H.C.: - Passer Montanus (Tree Sparrow) From Gould’s Birds of Great Britain.
44029: GOUROU, P.: - The Tropical World: its Social and Economic Conditions and its Future Status.
67768: GRAEME, BRUCE: - Passion, Murder and Mystery.
52805: GRAHAM, HOWARD: - Citizen And Soldier - The Memoirs Of Lieutenant-General Howard Graham
77055: GRAHAM, P. ANDERSON: - Highways and Byways in Northumbria. With illustrations by HUGH THOMSON.
71360: GRAHAM, FRANK: - Historic Newcastle.
71245: GRAHAM, SUSAN: - This Land I Love. With photographs by Kenneth and Jean Bigwood.
42763: GRAHAM, E: - Memorials of Wessex.
76911: GRAHAME, JAMES: - Poems. In Two Volumes. Containing The Sabbath, Sabbath Walks, Rural Calendar, &c.
66891: GRANDJEAN, BREDO L.: - Dansk Ostindisk Porcelaen Importen fra Kanton ca.1700-1822. Danish language.
74573: GRANT, JOY; - Stella Benson. A Biography.
73867: GRANT, JOHN: - Dorset Who’s Who.
70514: GRANT, MICHAEL: - The Roman Forum. Photographs by Werner Forman.
65757: GRANVILLE, WILLIAM ANTHONY: - Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus. (Revised Edition). With the editorial cooperation of Percy F.Smith.
68616: GRANVILLE, A.B.: - Spas of England and Principal Sea-Bathing Places. With a new introduction by Geoffrey Martin. Three volumes in two. 1: The North, 2: the Midlands and South.
61638: ‘THREE’ FRANCES ELIZABETH BOWEN-GRAVES: - Trefoil. Verses by Three, *, E, F.
75639: GRAVES, ROBERT; HODGE, ALAN; - The Long Weekend. A Social History of Great Britain 1918 - 1939. Introduced by Juliet Gardner.
72732: GRAVES, ROBERT: - No More Ghosts. Selected Poems.
72479: GRAVES, ROBERT: - The Greek Myths. Introduced by Kenneth McLeish. Illustrations by Grahame Baker. Two volumes.
72174: GRAVES, ROBERT: - Lars Porsena. or the Future of Swearing and Improper Language.
71006: GRAVES, ROBERT: - I, Claudius. From the Autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, Emperor of the Romans. Born 10BC, Murdered and deified AD 54. Introduction by Allan Massie. Illustrations by Neil Packer.
73357: GRAY, TODD: - Exeter Engraved. The Cathedral, Churches, Chapels, and Priories. Devon Engraved Series. Volume Two.
71399: GRAY, ROBERT: - Essays on Poetical Composition.
54947: GRAY, JOHN MORGAN: - Lord Selkirk of Red River. Signed copy.
66186: GRAY, THOMAS: - An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. Artists’ Edition.
53778: GREATREX, JOAN (ED): - The Register of the Common Seal of the Priory of St Swithun, Winchester, 1345-1497.
52609: GREEN, MIRANDA - The Gods of the Celts.
67195: GREEN, R.F.: - Chess. The Club Series. Revised edition.
75347: GREEN, JOHN RICHARD: - A Short History of the English People. Illustrated Edition. Edited by Mrs J.R.Green and Miss Kate Norgate. Four Volumes.
48463: GREEN, DAVID: - LARGE SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PRINT: "SPRING MORNING, KING’S COLLEGE CHAPEL, CAMBRIDGE".
73405: GREEN, DANIEL: - CPC Europe. A family of food companies. Foreword by Leo Tindemans.
72981: GREEN, F.C.: - Minuet. A Critical Survey of French and English Literary Ideas in the Eighteenth Century.
62245: GREEN, DAVID: - Spring Morning, King’s College Chapel, Cambridge. Limited edition print, 12/500.
73273: GREEN, HOWARD: - The King’s Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) (The 4th. Regiment of Foot). Famous Regiments. Edited by Lt-General Sir Brian Horrocks.
73039: GREEN, THOMAS HILL: - Lectures on the Principles of Political Obligation. With an introduction by A.D.Lindsay. Reprinted from Green’s Philosophical works, vol II. With a preface by Bernard Bosanquet.
71986: GREEN, JONATHON: - Dictionary of Jargon.
71984: GREEN, MARGARET: - A Hampshire Treasury and select bibliography.
63409: GREEN, F.E.: - The Small Holding. The Country Handbooks Series.
70277: GREEN, MIRANDA: - The Gods of the Celts.
68223: GREEN, FOX: - Royal Dorset Yacht Club. The Life and Times of the Royal Dorset Yacht Club 1875-1975
72135: GREENAWAY, KATE: - Sixteen Examples in Colour of the Artist’s Work. With an introduction by M.H.Speilmann.
75586: GREENE, GRAHAM: - A Burnt-Out Case.
75073: GREENE, CARLETON; - Wharves and Piers Their Design, Construction, and Equipment.
50422: GREENE, GRAHAM: - Doctor Fischer of Geneva. Or The Bomb Party.
50399: GREENE, GRAHAM: - The Human Factor.
72849: GREENE, GRAHAM: - A Burnt-Out Case.
70414: GREENE, KEVIN: - The Archaeology of the Roman Economy.
28054: GREENEWALT, C.H: - Hummingbirds. Foreword by Dean Amadon, Lamont Curator of Birds.
71364: GREENFIELD, SUSAN A.: - The Private Life of the Brain.
76556: GREENHILL, BASIL: - The Merchant Schooners. A portrati of a vanished industry, being a survey in two volumes of the history of the small fore-and-aft rigged sailing ships of England and Wales in the years 1870-1940, with something of their previous history and subsequent fate. Two Volumes.
69919: GREENHILL, BASIL / GIFFARD, ANN: - Victorian and Edwardian Merchant Steamships from old photographs. Introduction and commentary by Basil Greenhill and Ann Gifford.
75902: GREENHILL GARDYNE, LT.COL.C.: - The Life of A Regiment. The History of the Gordon Highlanders from its Formation in 1794 to 1816. Volume 1 Only.
75394: GREENLY, HENRY; - Model Electric Locomotives and Railways: Their Details and Practical Construction. With 326 Photographs, diagrams and Working Drawings. Cassell's 'Model' Series.
75126: GREENWOOD, WALTER; - The County Books. Lancashire.
69392: GREENWOOD,C.& J. - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON. From an actual Survey made in the years 1825 & 1826
76805: GRENFELL, SIR WILFRED THOMASON: - A Labrador Doctor. The Autobiography. Revised Popular Edition.
76706: GRESHAM; - Structure of The Bee. Shown In Model. The Queen Bee & The Drone. Illustrated Models. ‘Reveal-style’ hinged plates.
75672: GRETTON, G. LE M; - The Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment. From 1684 - 1902. Namur, 1695. Oudenarde. China. New Zealand.Tel-el-Kebir. Blenheim. Malplaquet. Pegu. Afganistan, 1879-80. Nile, 1884-5. Ramillies. Egypt. Sevastopol. Egypt, 1882. South Africa, 1900-2. Second Thousand.
54298: GRETTON, M. STURGE: - Burford. Past & Present. Preface by W.Warde Fowler.
72473: GREVILLE, CHARLES: - Greville's England. Selections from the diaries of Charles Greville 1818 - 1860. Edited, introduced and annotated by Christopher Hibbert.
73014: GREY, LIEUT.GEN. THE HON C.: - The Early Years of His Royal Highness The Prince Consort 1819-1841, Compiled under the Direction of Her Majesty The Queen.
71754: GREY, C.G.: - Bombers.
77013: GREY, PAMELA; - The White Wallet
72272: GRIBBLE, LEONARD R.: - Toy Folk and Nursery People. Illustrations by Hilda McGavin.
56313: GRIERSON, EDWARD: - The Fatal Inheritance. An historical account of Phillip II and the revolt of the Spanish Netherlands.
63417: GRIEVESON, C.J.W. (ED): - A Symposium on Illumination.
66261: GRIFFIN, LEONARD: - Taking Tea With Clarice Cliff. A Celebration of her Art Deco Teaware. Photography by Michael Slaney & Leonard Griffin.
44773: GRIFFIN, A.H: - Adventuring in Lakeland. 'Scrambling, 'geriatric' rock-climbing, gill-climbing, snow-climbing and ski-mountaineering'.
76246: GRIFFITH, JOHN; - Famous Racing Motorcycles.
54187: GRIFFITH, GEORGE: - The Rose of Judah. A Tale of the Captivity.
54188: GRIFFITH, GEORGE: - Valdar the Oft-Born: a Saga of Seven Ages.
52587: GRIFFITHS, YVONNE - New History of England: 1485-1688
75387: GRIFFITHS, J. GWYN; - The Conflict of Horus and Seth From Egyptian and Classical Sources. A Study in Ancient Mythology.
75074: GRIFFITHS, DENNIS ; - Steam At Sea Two Centuries of Steam-powered Ships.
73669: GRIGG, JOHN: - Lloyd George. From Peace to War. 1912-1916.
73668: GRIGG, JOHN: - Lloyd George. The People’s Champion. 1902-1911.
52045: GRIGG, JOHN - 1943- THE VICTORY THAT NEVER WAS.
63930: GRIGSON, GEOFFREY: - A Dictionary of English Plant Names. (and Some Products of Plants).
70587: GRIGSON, GEOFFREY: - A Choice of Thomas Hardy’s Poems. Made and Introduced by Geoffrey Grigson. Illustrated by Glynn Thomas.
57171: GRIGSON, GEOFFREY AND JANE: - Shapes and Stories. A Book About Pictures.
55118: GRIGSON, GEOFFREY: - Portrait of Wessex. Tours, & Gazetteer. (About Britain No.2).
46505: GRILLPARZER, FRANZ: - Weh' dem, der lügt! Lustspiel in fünf Aufzügen (Wien, 1840. 1st .ed.). AND: Die Ahnfrau. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen (Wien, 1844. 6th.ed.).
46508: GRILLPARZER, FRANZ: - Das goldene Vliess. Dramatisches Gedicht in drei Abtheilungen. Bound in at the end: MELUSINA. Romantische Oper in drei Aufzugen. Musik von Conredin Kreutzer. Publ. Wien....1833 (1st.).
46506: GRILLPARZER, FRANZ: - Ein treuer Diener seines Herrn. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen. (Wien, 1830. 1st .ed.). AND: König Ottokar’s Glück und Ende. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen (Wien, 1852. 2nd. ed.).
46507: GRILLPARZER, FRANZ: - Des Meeres und der Liebe Wellen. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen. AND: Der Traum, ein Leben. (Wien, 1840. 1st. ed.) / AND: Sappho (Wien, 1854. 4th. ed.).
46503: GRILLPARZER, FRANZ: - Weh' dem, der lügt! Lustspiel in fünf Aufzügen (Wien, 1840. 1st .ed.). AND: Die Ahnfrau. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen (Wien, 1844. 6th.ed.).
46504: GRILLPARZER, FRANZ: - Ein treuer Diener seines Herrn. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen. (Wien, 1830. 1st .ed.). AND: König Ottokar’s Glück und Ende. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen (Wien, 1852. 2nd. ed.).
74934: GRINNELL-MILNE, DUNCAN; - Wind in the Wires.
76007: (GRISET, ERNEST) GREENWOOD, J: - The Hatchet Throwers. With Thirty-Six Illustrations, Drawn on Wood, by Ernest Griset, From his Original Designs.
47163: GROGAN, LADY (HIS DAUGHTER): - Reginald Bosworth Smith. A memoir.
69793: GRONER, ERICH: - German Warships 1815-1945. Volume One: Major Surface Vessels. Revised and Expanded by Dieter Jung and Martin Maas.
54867: GROOM, A. V: - Edward The Eighth - Our King. Foreword by Howard Marshall.
64337: GRUNDY, C.R.: - The Connoisseur An Illustrated magazine for collectors. Volumes XLIV and XLV.
73980: GRYLLS, BEAR: - Facing the Frozen Ocean. One man’s dream to lead a team across the treacherous North Atlantic.
73681: GUARESCHI, GIOVANNI: - Dom Camillo and the Prodigal Son. Translated by Frances Frenaye.
57474: GUEDALLA, PHILIP: - A Gallery.
73852: GUEDALLA, PHILIP: - Bonnet and Shawl. An Album.
73741: GUERBER, H.A.: - Myths of Greece and Rome. Their Stories, Signification and Origin.
75027: GUGGISBERG, C. A. W.; - Game Animals of Eastern Africa.
74420: GUIBAUT, ANDRE: - Tibetan Venture. In the Country of the Ngolo-Setas. Second Guibaut-Liotard Expedition. Translated by Lord Sudley.
69063: GUIDO, MARGARET: - Syracuse a handbook to its history and principal monuments.
64319: GUILLAUME/LINEPHTY, MAUR: - Hans Memling La Chasse de Sainte-Ursule. Text in French. Shrine of Saint Ursula,
58473: GUITTON, JEAN: - The Guitton Journals. 1952-1955.
74561: GUIZOT, MADAME; (MME); - L’Ecolier Ou Raoul & Victor. Ouvrage couronne par l’Academie francais. Huitieme Edition.
66959: GULBENKIAN, NUBAR: - Pantaraxia. Autobiography of Nubar Gulbenkian.
73596: GULLEY, NORMAN: - Plato’s Theory of Knowledge.
69298: GUN BUSTER: - Victory Salvo.
68621: GUN BUSTER: - Zero Hours.
68620: GUN BUSTER: - Grand Barrage.
68420: GUN BUSTER: - Battle Dress.
71807: GUNN, NEIL M.: - The Lost Chart.
68844: GUNN, NEIL M.: - Sun Circle.
44800: GUNSTON, DAVID: - Lawnswood Chronicles.
68289: GUNSTON, BILL (ED): - Aviation. The Story of Flight.
72424: GURNEY, THOMAS: - Brachygraphy or an easy and Compendious System of Short-Hand Adapted to the Various Arts, Sciences and Professions; Improved after more than Forty Years Practice and Experience by Thomas Gurney: And brought still nearer to Perfection upon the present Method by Joseph Gurney. The twelfth Edition. Signed copy.
62236: GUTH: - “a Premiere of France” Vanity Fair. Jan 27. 1898.
70674: GUTTRIDGE, ROGER: - Blackmore Vale Camera Signed copy.
74648: GUY, THOMAS ESQ.; - A Copy of The Last Will and Testament of Thomas Guy Esq. With an Act for incorporating the Executors of the Said Will. (Passed 11th George the First.)
70544: GWYNNE-JAMES, DAVID: - Letters from Oman. A snapshot of feudal times as oil signals change.
72100: H.T. LENTON - German Warships of the Second World War
52729: HAACK, HERMANN: - Oriental Rugs. An illustrated guide. Edited and translated by George & Cornelia Wingfield Digby.
73680: HADDON, CELIA: - The First Ever English Olimpyck Games.
52738: HADFIELD, ANNA: - A Peacock on the Lawn
75799: HADFIELD, CHARLES: - The Canals of South Wales and the Border. The canals of the British Isles series.
52482: HADFIELD, JOHN (ED) - The Saturday Book. The 24th annual issue of The Saturday Book.
74440: HADFIELD, JOHN; WHISTLER, REX; - Restoration Love Songs With Documents by Rex Whistler. Limited Numbered Copy 517/660.
42659: HADFIELD, MILES: - An English Almanac. An Introduction to the English Year, its' calendar, traditions, anniversaries and events.
69283: HADFIELD, CHARLES: - The Canal Age. With plates, maps and text illustrations.
48367: HAGGARD, H. RIDER / POCOCK, TOM: - Rider Haggard and the Lost Empire. A Biography.
55923: HAGGARD, WILLIAM: - The Protectors.
55922: HAGGARD, WILLIAM: - The Bitter Harvest.
55921: HAGGARD, WILLIAM: - The Kinsmen.
76099: HAGGARD, H. RIDER: - Ayesha. The Return of She.
46699: HAIGH, A. E.: - The Attic Theatre. A Description of the Stage and Theatre of the Athenians and of the Dramatic Performances at Athens.
57896: HAILEY, ARTHUR: - Airport.
61096: HAINES, GEORGE H.: - Careers In The Country.
55187: HAINES, F.MERLIN: - Tone And Colour In Landscape Painting. Signed with signed letter.
71621: HAINING, PETER: - The Spitfire Log. A 50th Anniversary Tribute to The World’s Most Famous Fighter Plane.
71878: HALDANE, A.R.B.: - The Drove Roads of Scotland.
73248: HALDANE, CHARLOTTE: - The Last Great Empress of China.
74050: HALE, J.R.: - Machiavelli and Renaissance Italy. Teach Yourself History. General editor A.L.Rowse.
66884: HALL, JOHN: - Staffordshire Portrait Figures.
67517: HALL, WARREN: - Azure Coast. a diary of the French and Italian Rivieras. With illustrations by the author.
72280: HALL, WILLIAM: - Watch the Pony Grow. Pictures by Charlotte Steiner.
74390: HALL, S. C.; - The Baronial Halls, And Picturesque Edifices Of England. From drawings by J.D. Harding, C. Cattermole, S. Prout, W. Muller, J. Holland, and Other Eminent Artists. Executed in Lithotint, Under the Superintendence of Mr. Harding. Embellished With Numerous Engravings On Wood. In Two Volumes. 72 fine architectural prints
55925: HALL, ANGUS: - On The Run.
74067: HALLAM, RICHARD / BEYNON, MARK: - Scrimgeour’s Small Scribbling Diary. 1914-1916. The truly astonishing wartime diary and letters of an Edwardian gentleman, naval officer, boy and son.
69474: HALLAM, SQDRN LDR T.D.: - The Spider Web. The Romance of a Flying Boat Flight in the First World War.
64366: HALLIDAY, ANDREW(ED): - The Savage-Club Papers for 1868.
69533: HALLIDAY, SONIA / LUSHINGTON, LAURA: - The Christmas Story in stained glass.
62016: HALLIE, PHILIP: - Lest innocent blood be shed.
69794: HALLOWS, I.S. (ED): - Finishing Handbook and Directory, 1957.
55715: HALLS, GILLIAN: - The Cobra Kite.
58638: HALSBAND, ROBERT: - Lord Hervey. Eighteenth Century Courtier.
72657: HAMBLOCH, ERNEST: - His Majesty the President. A Study of Constitutional Brazil. With 20 Illustrations and a Map.
76684: HAMBRO, ANGUS V. (PRESIDENT); - The Dorset Year Book 1930
76685: HAMBRO, ANGUS V. (PRESIDENT); - The Dorset Year Book for 1931.
76686: HAMBRO, ANGUS V. (PRESIDENT); - The Dorset Year Book for 1932. With "The Literature of Dorset", by H. F. Johnstone (extensive bibliography of Dorset related books - 18 pp.).
75396: HAMILTON, J. R. C.; - Excavations at Jarlshof, Shetland. Ministry of Works, Archaeological Reports, No.1.
73575: HAMILTON, VICTORIA: - Narcissus and Oedipus. The Children of Psychoanalysis.
75395: HAMILTON, J. R. C.; - Excavations at Clickhimin, Shetland. Ministry of Public Building and Works, Archaeological Reports, No.6.
76731: HAMILTON, SIR IAN: - Gallipoli Diary With Illustrations and Maps. In Two Volumes.
61018: HAMILTON-EDWARDS, GERALD: - In Search of Ancestry. a guide to genealogical sources.
62732: HAMILTON, JOHN: - War at Sea. 1939-1945. Signed limited edition.
67159: HAMILTON, ADAM: - Leading Beyond The Walls. Developing Congregations with a Heart for the Unchurched. Foreword by Lyle E.Schaller.
73099: HAMILTON, COUNT ANTHONY: - Memoirs of Count Grammont. Translated by Horace Walpole. Wood Engravings by Wilfred Jones. Limited edition.
59160: HAMILTON, GAIL: - English Kings in a Nutshell. An Aid to the Memory.
58334: HAMILTON, CLAYTON: - On The Trail of Stevenson. The pictures from drawings by Walter Hale.
74369: HAMMERTON, J.A; - The New Punch Library.
56969: HAMPTON, CHRISTOPHER: - The Etruscans and the Survival of Etruria.
69495: HAMST, OLPHAR: - Handbook of Fictitious Names: Being a guide to authors, chiefly in the lighter literature of the XIXth century, who have written under assumed names; and to literary forgers, imposters, plagiarists, and imitators.
57744: HAND COLOURED FASHION PLATE - THE FASHIONS Expressly designed & prepared for The "Ehglishwoman's Domestic Magazine"
67336: HANHAM, H.J. (ED): - Bibliography of British History. 1851-1914. Issued under the direction of the American Historical Association and the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain.
71973: HANNAS, LINDA: - The English Jigsaw Puzzle 1760-1890. With a descriptive check-list of Puzzles in the Museums of Great Britain and the Author’s Collection.
70401: HANNIGAN, DAN: - Ancient Tracks. Walking Through Historic Britain. Photographs by Simon McBride.
56213: HANSCHMANN, ALEXANDER BRUNO/ FRANKS, FANNY: - The Kindergarten System, its origin and development, as seen in the life of Friedrich Froebel. Translated and adapted from the work of Alexander Bruno Hanschmann For the use of English Kindergarten Students by Fanny Franks.
76154: HANSEN, HANS JURGEN (GEN. ED.); - Art And The Seafarer. A Historical Survey of the Arts and Crafts of Sailors and Shipwrights.
77245: HANSEN, WALLACE; - Greenland's Ice Fury
55676: HARCOURT, PALMA: - Climate for Conspiracy. A Diplomatic Thriller.
76900: HARDIE, LAWRENCE A.; - Sedimentation on the Modern Carbonate Tidal Flats of Northwest Andros Island, Bahamas.
70898: HARDIE, MARTIN: - English Coloured Books. With an introduction by James Laver.
66611: HARDING THOMPSON, W: - Devon. A survey of its coast, Moors, and Rivers, with some suggestions for their Preservation. Preface by Sir John Fortescue.
52141: HARDING, H - Dorset A Reading Book For Schools
70208: HARDING, DENNIS: - Prehistoric Europe. The Making of the Past.
70207: HARDING, DENNIS: - Prehistoric Europe. The Making of the Past.
67429: HARDY / PURDY, RICHARD & MILLGATE, MICHAEL (EDS): - The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy. Volume II. 1892-1901.
76372: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Life and Death of The Mayor of Casterbridge. A Story of A Man of Character. (Pocket edition).
66966: (HARDY) WEBER, C.J. (ED): - "Dearest Emmie". Thomas Hardy's Letters to his first wife.
76374: HARDY, THOMAS: - Winter Words. In Various Moods and Metres. (Pocket edition)
66967: (HARDY) HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Hardy. Novelist & Poet.
46556: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Return of the Native. In: HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. With b/w illustrations by A.HOPKINS Present here are: Book One, Book Two, Book Three and Book Four. Also Book Five ( Chapters 1 - 4). Dec. 1877 - Nov.1878.
75246: HARDY, THOMAS / ETC.: JAMES, CAIRNS ( INTRODUCTION) - Edgon Heath (4 pp.)/ The Alarm (5 pp.)/ Queen of Night (6 pp. )/ Tony Kytes (9 pp.)/ Going the Rounds (7 pp.) IN: THE GOLDEN RECITER. Prose & Verse for Reading & Recitation.
76371: 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)
48717: (HARDY) HAWKINS, DESMOND: - Hardy at Home. The People and Places of his Wessex. A critical selection.
77150: HARDY, FLORENCE; - Nurse Jane!
49692: HARDY, THOMAS: / COX, J. STEVENS: - Two Dorset Ballads. C. 1700. Reprinted and edited by J.Stevens Cox.
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.
75758: HARDY, THOMAS: - Two on a Tower. The Wessex Novels Volume VII. (Pocket 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.
75742: HARDY, THOMAS: - Satires of Circumstance. Lyrics and Reveries with Miscellaneous Pieces. 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.
75734: HARDY, THOMAS: - Under the Greenwood Tree. Or The Mellstock Quire. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. Pocket edition. The Wessex Novels Volume XVI. 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.
75730: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Pair of Blue Eyes. The Wessex Novels VolumeVI. With a map of Wessex. Pocket edition
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.
75725: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Woodlanders. The Wessex Novels Volume VIII. 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.
75580: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Dynasts. An Epic Drama of the War with Napoleon, in three parts, nineteen acts, and one hundred and thirty scenes, the time covered by the action being about ten years. Two volumes ONLY. Signed Limited Edition.
75467: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament. The Wessex Novels Volume XVII. Pocket edition.
75465: HARDY, THOMAS: - Life’s Little Ironies. A Set of Tales with some Colloquial Sketches entitled A Few Crusted Characters. Pocket edition.
75464: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Laodicean. A Story of To-Day. The Wessex Novels Volume XI. Pocket edition.
75372: (HARDY) SHERREN, WILKINSON: - The Wessex of Romance.
75243: (34) HARDY, A.: - The Open Sea. (The New Naturalist 34). The World of Plankton.
75778: HARDY, THOMAS; GIBSON, JAMES; - The Variorum Edition of The Complete Poems of Thomas Hardy.
74954: HARDY, THOMAS; - Wessex Tales. Strange, Lively and Commonplace. Two Volumes in Slipcase. RARE FIRST EDITION.
70872: HARDY, THOMAS: - Works. The Wessex Novels. 20 volumes. Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Far From the Madding Crowd, A Pair of Blue Eyes, Two on a Tower, The Return of the Native, The Woodlanders, Jude the Obscure, The Trumpet Major, the Hand of Ethelberta, The Laodicean, Desperate Remedies, Wessex Tales, Life’s Little Ironies, A Group of Noble Dames, Under the Greenwood Tree, The Well-Beloved, A Changed Man, Poems Past and Present, Wessex Poems.
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.
74749: HARDY, THOMAS; PALMER, CECIL; - The Thomas Hardy Calendar. A Quotation from the Works of T. Hardy for every day in the Year. Compiled by C. P.
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.
74737: HARDY, THOMAS: - A Changed Man. The Waiting Supper and Other Tales. Concluding with The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid. The Wessex Novels Volume XVIII.
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.
74683: HARDY,THOMAS: - Two on a Tower. A Romance.
74682: HARDY,THOMAS: - A Laodicean. Or: The Castle of the De Stancys. A Story of To-day.
74681: HARDY,THOMAS: - The Hand of Ethelberta.
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.
77000: HARDY / HARDY, FLORENCE EMILY: - The Early Life and Later Years of Thomas Hardy. 1840-1891 & 1892-1928. Compiled largely from contemporary notes, letters, diaries, and biographical memoranda, as well as from oral information in conversations extending over many years. TWO VOLUMES.
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.
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)
74525: HARDY, THOMAS: - Tess of the D’Urbervilles. A Pure Woman. Faithfully presented by Thomas Hardy. The Greenwood Edition.
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.
63776: (HARDY) BLUNDEN, E: - Thomas Hardy. (English Men of Letters).
72196: HARDY, THOMAS: - The Woodlanders. The Greenwood 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.
53947: (HARDY) PHELPS, KENNETH: - The Wormwood Cup. Thomas Hardy in Cornwall. A Study in Temperament, Topography and Timing.
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.
69859: HARDY / PAULIN, TOM: - Thomas Hardy. The Poetry of Perception.
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).
66313: HARDY, ROBINA: - Phemie’s Fortune. The Victory Series Story Books. With illustrations.
67461: HARDY / HARDY, EMMA: - Some Recollections. By Emma Hardy, Thomas Hardy's first wife. With an introduction by Robert Gittings. Together with Some Relevant Poems by Thomas Hardy. Edited by Evelyn Hardy and Robert Gittings.
64777: (HARDY) JOHNSON, LIONEL: - The Art of Thomas Hardy. To which is added a chapter on The Poetry by J.E. Barton, and a bibliography by John Lane together with a new portrait by Vernon Hill and the etched portrait by William Strang.
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.
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
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.
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.
64628: HARDY, THOMAS IN: - The Cornhill Magazine. Vols XXXII and XXXIII. The Hand of Ethelberta.
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.
69629: (HARDY) BUTLER, LANCE ST. JOHN (ED.): - Thomas Hardy after Fifty Years. Contributions by F. B. Pinion / R. M. Rehder / John Fowles/ Robert Gittings/ Michael Alexander / R. Creighton / David Lodge/ Mark Kinkead-Weekes/ Michael Irwin and Ian Gregor. Signed copy.
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”.
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.
68375: (HARDY) WILSON, ELIANE / SHAW, HOWARD: - Thomas Hardy. An Autobiography in Verse. Calligraphy and illustrations by Frederick Marns. Signed copy.
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. Signed copy.
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.
68071: HARDY, THOMAS: - Wessex Tales Strange, Lively and Commonplace.
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.
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.
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.
72694: HARDYMENT, CHRISTINA: - Malory. The Life and Times of King Arthur’s Chronicler.
75141: HARE, KENNETH; - The County Books. Gloucestershire.
60802: HARE, KENNETH: - The County Books. Gloucestershire.
52848: HARE, A.T.: - The Construction of Large Industrial Coils - a Workshop Handbook
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.
76844: HARMSWORTH - - The Harmsworth Encyclopaedia. In Ten Volumes, containing 50,000 articles, Profusely Illustrated.
72094: HAROLD SHUKMAN - Stalin’s Generals
71623: HARPER, HARRY: - My Fifty Years in Flying. The world’s first Air Correspondent.
75374: HARPER, C. G.: - The Hardy Country. Literary Landmarks of The Wessex Novels. (The Pilgrimage Series),
75373: HARPER, C. G.: - The Hardy Country. Literary Landmarks of The Wessex Novels. (The Pilgrimage Series),
74996: HARPER, CHARLES G; - The Dorset Coast.
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.
64074: HARRIS, ROBERT: - Sixty Years of Golf.
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.
73904: HARRIS, J. HENRY: - Cornish Saints and Sinners. Drawings by L.Raven-Hill.
73763: HARRIS, G.EDWARD: - Contributions Towards a Bibliography of The Taylors of Ongar and Stanford Rivers.
55859: HARRIS, JOHN (ED): - Farewell to the Don. The Journal of Brigadier H N H Williamson.
66930: HARRIS, IAN: - Victorian Silver. The Price Guide
51414: HARRIS, C. J - The World Naturalist: Otters. A Study of the Recent Lutrinae
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.
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.
56116: HARTLEY, HAROLD (ED): - The Tercentenary Celebrations of the Royal Society of London 1960.
71834: HARTMAN, ROBERT: - Shut-Eye Weathercock. A Buffin Book. Written and illustrated by Robert Hartman.
71826: HARTMAN, ROBERT: - Nosy and the Slipper. Written and illustrated by Robert Hartman. A Buffin Book.
71825: HARTMAN, ROBERT: - Fitz Roy and Moley. Written and illustrated by Robert Hartman. A Buffin Book.
65434: HARTMANN, F.M.: - Heat and Thermodynamics. First edition, third impression.
55502: HARTNACK, JUSTUS: - Wittgenstein & Modern Philosophy. Translated by Maurice Cranston.
69404: HARTNEY, HAROLD E.: - Wings Over France. Edited by Stanley M.Ulanoff.
52302: HARTSHORNE, REV CHARLES HENRY - Sepulchral Monuments An Endeavour To Classify The Sepulchral Remains in Northamptonshire , or a Discourse on Funeral Monuments in that County.
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.
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
74931: HARVEY, W. H.; YARELL; - The Sea-Side Book. Being an Introduction to the Natural History of the British Coasts. With a Chapter on Fish and Fish diet by Mr. Yarrell. Third Edition.
71861: HARVEY, WILLIAM: - Scottish Life and Character. in anecdote and story.
72058: HARVEY, MARY: - ABC Painting book.
75724: HARVEY, O.D.: - Puddletown. (Thomas Hardy’s Weatherbury) The Weatherbury of ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’. by O.D.Harvey, Vicar of Puddletown, 1962-1969.
73159: (27) HARVEY, L.A. / ST.LEGER-GORDON, D.: - Dartmoor. (The New Naturalist 27). With 17 colour photographs by E.H.Ware, 36 photographs in black and white and 3 maps of the area.
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.
55205: HASLER, H.G.: - Harbours and Anchorages of the North Coast of Brittany. Mont St.Michel to Ushant.
68104: HASON, KHAN SAHEB SYED HAMOOD: - Arabic Simplified. Being a Manual of colloquial and written Arabic containing sentences on various subjects. 3rd edition.
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.
65397: HATTINGH, J.T.: - A Universal Stress Sag Chart for Power Line Computations.
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.
58547: HAVERS, SIR MICHAEL / SHANKLAND, PETER / BARRETT, ANTHONY: - Tragedy in Three Voices. The Rattenbury Murder.
63978: HAWKES, JACQUETTA: - A Guide to the Prehistoric and Roman Monuments in England and Wales.
58592: HAWKINS, GERALD S.: - Stonehenge Decoded. An astronomer examines one of the great puzzles of the ancient world.
75790: HAWKINS, DESMOND; - The Grove Diaries The Rise and Fall of an English Family. 1809-1925. Signed copy.
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.
66830: HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL: - The House of the Seven Gables. A Romance. With illustrations by Helen Mason Grose.
67069: HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL: - The Scarlet Letter.
71720: HAWTON, HECTOR: - Night Bombing. Nelson’s Aeroscience Manuals.
54876: HAWTON, H: - The Feast of Unreason.
73851: HAY, C.R.: - Merle of the Wessex Hills.
61889: HAY, ROY / SYNGE, PATRICK M.: - The Dictionary of Garden Plants in colour with House and Greenhouse Plants.
69529: HAY, DAVID: - Between the Muckle Cheviot and the Sea. Echoes of a Northumbrian Family. Drawings by David Mallett.
68459: HAY, DANIEL: - Whitehaven an illustrated history.
68287: HAYTHORNTHWAITE, PHILIP J.: - The World War One Source Book.
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.
76066: HAYWARD, LESLIE; ATTERBURY, PAUL; (ED.): - Poole Pottery. Carter and Company and Their Successors 1873-1995. SIGNED.
54520: HAYWARD, CHARLES H.: - The Complete Handyman.
76391: (94) HAYWARD, PETER J.: - Seashore. (The New Naturalist 94).
71947: HAYWOOD, HELEN: - Peter’s Bird Friends. Written and Illustrated by Helen Haywood.
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.
66175: HEATH, EDWARD: - Sailing A Course of My Life. Signed copy.
74571: HEATH, EDWARD; - MUSIC, A Joy For Life. Signed & Dedicated by the Author.
71431: HEATH, EDWARD: - Sailing. A Course of My Life. Signed copy.
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.
52483: HEATON, JOHN - Master's Ready Reckoner New Edition revised and improved with additional tables of Interest, Commission, Wages, Per Centage and Profit, Time, Weights and Measures etc, etc.
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.
54331: HEDGES,D./MAYER,F: - Horses and Courses. A Pictorial History of Racing. Foreword by John Hislop.
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.
52005: HEINZ GUDERIAN - Achtung-Panzer The Development of Armoured Forces, Their Tactics and Operational Potential
73595: HELD, WERNER: - Fighter! Luftwaffe Fighter Planes and Pilots. Foreword by Alfred Price.
68413: HELLWIG, ADRIAN: - Australian Hawk over the Western Front. A biography of Major R.S.Dallas. With a foreword by Commodore Keith Eames.
71490: HELLYER, A.G.L.: - The Amateur Gardener. The Complete Book of Gardening.
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.
70198: HEMERY, ERIC: - Historic Dart.
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.
76217: HENDERSON, CHARLES; JERVOISE, E.; - Old Devon Bridges. Illustrated with 43 Photographs.
72984: HENDERSON, NICHOLAS: - The Private Office Revisited. A personal account of life in the Private Office of five Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs, and an inside view of that office and of subsequent Ministers seen in recent times.
45688: HENDRICK, B.J: - The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page.
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.
77083: HENLEY, WILLIAM; - Universal Dictionary of Violin and Bow Makers
73041: HENNESSEY, PETER: - Never Again. Britain 1945-1951.
72695: HENNESSEY, PETER: - The Hidden Wiring. Unearthing the British Constitution.
63828: HENRY, J.A.: - The First Hundred Years of the Standard Bank based upon unpublished material selected, assembled and presented by J.A.henry and edited by H.A.Siepman.
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.
72183: HENRY R. KNAPP - Picturesque Oakland
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.
60625: HENTY, G.A. (IN BOY’S OWN ANNUAL) - Boy’s Own Annual. Vol 19. Oct 1896 -Sept 1897.
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.
74791: HENTY, G.A; - In Times of Peril. A Tale of India. With Nineteen Illlustrations.
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.
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.
77106: HENTY, G. A. / FORBES / GRIFFITHS; - Battles of the Nineteenth Century. With a Chronological List of the More Important Battles of the Century.
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.
76904: HENTY, G.A.: - Bonnie Prince Charlie. A Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden. With Twelve Full-Page Illustrations by Gordon Browne.
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.
75973: HENTY, G. A.: - The Bravest of the Brave. Or With Peterborough in Spain. Illustrated.
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).
63154: HENTY, G.A.: - Captain Bayley’s Heir. A Tale of the Gold Fields of California. With twelve full-page illustrations by H.M.Paget.
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.
68508: HENTY, G.A.: - The Cat of Bubastes. A Tale of Ancient Egypt. With eight full page illustrations by J.R.Weguelin.
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.
76342: HENTY, G. A.; - A Woman of the Commune. A Tale of Two Sieges of Paris. With illustrations by Hal Hurst.
53155: HENTY, G.A: - Friends Though Divided. A Tale of the Civil War.
51862: HENTY, G.A.: - "G. A. Henty", by F. J. ROWBOTHAM (pp.246-7), and a full-pg.sketch of Henty by J. SIMPSON (pg.248). IN: CHATTERBOX. A bound volume of stories and articles.
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.
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.;
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.
55399: HERGESHEIMER, JOSEPH: - The Three Black Pennys. A Novel.
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.
61485: HERSH, SEYMOUR M.: - Kissinger. The Price of Power. Henry Kissinger in the Nixon White House.
72595: HERVEY, JAMES (RECTOR OF WESTON-FAVELL, IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE): - Meditations and Contemplations. To which is prefixed The Life of the Author.
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.
68269: HICKEY, COLONEL MICHAEL: - The Unforgettable Army. Slim’s XIVth Army in Burma. Foreword by Colonel The Viscount Slim.
49401: HICKS, AGNES H.: - The Story of the Forestal.
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.
61835: HILDRED, STAFFORD / EWBANK, TIM: - John Thaw. The Biography.
75356: HILL, G. F.; - Historical Greek Coins. With thirteen Plates.
72064: HILL, MABEL BETSY: - A Day with Mopsy.
76643: HILL, CHRISTOPHER; - God's Englishman. Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution. Introduction by Tristram Hunt.
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.
76691: HILL, D. O.; - Tales and Sketches, AND The Poetical Works, by the Ettrick Shepherd; Including Several Pieces Not Before Printed. With Illustrative Engravings, Chiefly from Real Scenes. In Six Volumes. Plus ‘The Poetical Works’, in Five Volumes. With an Autobiography. Complete in 11 Volumes.
72712: HILLABY, JOHN: - Journey Through Britain. Photographs by Tim Stephens.
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.
62135: HILTON, JAMES: - The Story of Dr. Wassell.
76809: HILTON, H.H. / SMITH, G. G.: - The Royal & Ancient Game of Golf. Limited Numbered Edition.
60557: HILTON, A.C.: - Rural Science and School Gardening.
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.
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.
53968: HINGSTON, R.W.G.: - Animal Colour and Adornment- being a new explanation of the colours, adornments and courtships of animals, their songs, moults, extravagant weapons, the differences between their sexes, the manner of formation of their geographical varieties, and other allied problems.
52163: HINTON, DAVID A. - Alfred's Kingdom Wessex & the South 800-1500
72837: HIPPISLEY COX, R: - The Green Roads of England.
73231: HISCOCK, W.G.: - A Christ Church Miscellany. New chapters on the Architects, Craftsmen, Statuary, Plate, Bells, Furniture, Clocks, Plays, The Library and Other Buildings.
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.
76715: (HMSO) WOODWARD, SIR L.: - British Foreign Policy in the Second World War. History of the Second World War. In Five Volumes.
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
65675: HOCKING, SILAS K.: - Crookleigh A Village Story. Illustrated by W.S.Stacey.
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.
57476: HODGES, C.WALTER: - The Spanish Armada.

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