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45834: MOULE, HANDLEY C.G.(BISHOP OF DURHAM): - Ephesian Studies. Expository Readings on the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Ephesians.
78867: MOULE, A. C.: - Christians in China Before the Year 1550.
77072: MOULE, T.: - Isle of Man. Map of Isle of Man showing towns, villages, roads and railways.
39818: MOULE, THOMAS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF RUTLANDSHIRE. From “The English Counties Delineated”. Or, A Topographical Description of England.
72953: MOULE: - Derbyshire
77076: MOULE, T.: - Bedfordshire Map of Bedfordshire showing towns, villages, roads and railways.
77082: MOULE, T.: - Berkshire Map of Berkshire, showing towns, villages, roads and railways.
76521: MOULE, H. C. G: - Need and Fulness. The Keswick Library.
77078: MOULE, T.: - Cumberland Map of Cumberland, showing towns, villages, roads and railways.
77079: MOULE, T.: - Cheshire Map of Cheshire, showing towns, villages, roads and railways.
55585: MOULE, H.J: - Old Dorset. Chapters in the History of the County.
79322: MOUTENEY-JEPHSON, A. J.: STANLEY, HENRY M.: - Emin Pasha and the Rebellion at the Equator A Story of Nine Months’ Experiences in the Last of the Soudan Provinces. With Maps and Numerous Illustrations. Third Edition.
75619: MOUTRAY READ, D. H. M.; - Highways and Byways in Hampshire. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Arthur B. Connor.
75077: MOUTRAY READ, D. H.; CONNOR, ARTHUR B.; - Highways and Byways in Hampshire. (Pocket edition).
78246: MOYNIHAN, MICHAEL: - A Place Called Armageddon Letters From The Great War.
79449: MRS. DACOSTA: - Album of Handwritten Poerty and Artwork “Adapt’d to his (?) expressly for this Album; The Scholar’s ..(?) To Forest House, Walthamstow, Essex, 1834. - Presented to David Philip Dacosta, by His Mamma.”
72388: MUDIE, ROBERT: - Hampshire. Its Past and Present Condition, and Future Prospects. Vol.1: The Valleys of the Ichen and Test. Vol.2: The Northern, Eastern, and Southern Slopes, And the New Forest. Vol.3: The Isle of Wight and The Channel Islands. Facsimile reprint. Three volumes.
64299: MUDIE, ROBERT: - Man: As a Moral and Accountable Being. Second edition.
66266: MUIR, PERCY: - English Children’s Books. 1600-1900.
78183: MULHOLLAND, ROSA: - Cynthia's Bonnet Shop. With Eight Illustrations by G. Demain Hammond.
77682: MULLARD, JONATHAN, - Brecon Beacons (The New Naturalist 126.)
75485: MULLER, WILLIAM J.; WHITWORTH WALLIS; ARTHUR BENSLEY CHAMBERLAIN; - Catalogue of a Loan Collection of Paintings. In Oil and Water Colours. With Descriptive Notes and Twenty-Four Illustrations. Compiled by Whitworth Wallis and Arthur Bensley Chamberlain.
78936: MULLERIANO: HOMANNO: - Original Engraved Map of Hungary, Regni Hungariae. Tabula Generalis Archetypo Mulleriano S C M Capit et Ing. de fumata et in hane fomain contracta Viis Vere dariis aucta, pacis passarovicensis confiniis illustrata a Io Bapt Homanno. (Trans: General board Archetype Mulleriano landlord and other. has been issued this form of the limited ways, is really being given increased peace Passarovicensis? regions illuminated by John Bapï Majest.)
76241: MULLIGAN, ANDREW; - All Blacks Tour 1963-4. A Complete Record of the Tour. Gt. Britain, Ireland, France.
75377: MUNCKTON, THELMA; - Somerset Paupers. Unremembered Lives. SIGNED.
75442: MUNNINGS, A. J.; - Pictures of Horses and English Life. With an appreciation by Lionel Lindsay.
73898: MUNTZ, HOPE: - The Golden Warrior. With a foreword by G.M.Trevelyan.
48720: MURDOCH, IRIS: - An Unofficial Rose.
74024: MURPHY, CAROLINE P.: - The Pope’s Daughter.
79401: MURPHY, ARTHUR: - The Works of Cornelius Tacitus; With an Essay on His Life and Genius, Notes, Supplements &c. A New Edition, With the Author’s last Corrections. In Eight Volumes.
73740: MURRAY, ALEXANDER S.: - Who’s Who in Myth and Legend. Classic Guide to the Ancient World.
75666: MURRAY, RICHARD HOLLINS; - Random Thoughts in Verse. Signed letter.
72969: MURRAY, REV. ROBERT H.: - Studies in the English Social and Political Thinkers of the Nineteenth Century. Vol I, from Malthus to Kingsley. Vol II, From Herbert Spencer to Ramsay MacDonald.
48955: MURRAY, A. VICTOR: - The School in the Bush - A Critical Study of the Theory & Practice of Native Education in Africa. With a Foreword by Sir Percy Nunn.
77715: MURTON, R.K.: - The Wood Pidgeon (20). (The New Naturalist Monograph 20).
75286: MYRES, J.N.L.: - The English Settlements. The Oxford History of England.
74421: NANSEN, F: - Through Siberia. The Land of the Future.
77203: NANSEN, FRIDTJOF; - In Northern Mists. Arctic Exploration in Early Times. Translated by Arthur G. Chater.
78843: NANSEN, FRIDTJOF: - Nansen’s "Farthest North". Two volumes. Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship “Fram” 1893-96 and of a Fifteen Months' Sleigh Journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen with an Appendix by Otto Sverdrup Captain of the Fram.
58418: NARAYAN, R.K.: - Gods, Demons and Others.
76710: NASH, THOMAS; - The Unfortunate Traveller. Edited by Philip Henderson. Illustrated by Haydn Mackey. Ltd Edition.
69402: NATHANIEL COLTMAN? - Original Engraved Map of the Road to the Lake of Lancster, Westmoreland, & Cumberland, as far as Hinckley & Leicester. ROADS MEASURED FROM HICKS'S HALL.
78224: NAVILLE, EDOUARD: - The Temple of Deir El Bahari: It’s Plan, It’s Founders, and It’s Past Explorers. Introductory Memoir. Twelfth Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund.
73396: NAWWAB, ISMAIL I. / SPEERS, PETER C. / HOYE, PAUL F. (EDS): - Aramco and its World. Arabia and the Middle East. (Arab American Oil Company).
77701: NEAL, ERNEST: - The Badger. (1) (The New Naturalist Monograph).
70735: NEALE, KENNETH (ED): - Essex. ‘full of profitable thinges’. Essays presented to Sir John Ruggles-Brise as a tribute to his life of service to the people and County of Essex.
78576: NEELE, J. J.: GREENWOOD, C. I.: - Map of the County of Southampton from an Actual Survery made in the Years 1825 and 1826 Original Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map of Hampshire. With Reference to Divisions, Hundreds & Liberties, Explanation and illustrated vignette of Winchester Cathedral.
75470: NEIDER, CHARLES; - Great Shipwrecks and Castaways. Authentic Accounts of Disasters at Sea.
68963: NEWBY, JAMES W.: - A History of Independency Giving a Brief Account of its Origin in England and the Story of the Churches of the Congregational Order in Halesworth and District.
78264: NEWMAN, TOM: - Advanced Billiards. With a portrait of the author and 110 illustrations from photographs and diagrams.
68175: NEWMAN: - Thirty Two Views of Weymouth and Neighbourhood.
78633: NEWMAN & CO: - 30 Views of Eastbourne.
63586: NEWMAN, EDWARD (ED): - A Dictionary of British Birds. Montagu’s British Birds. Being a reprint of Montagu’s Ornithological Dictionary together with the Additional Species described by Selby; Yarrell, in all three editions; and in Natural-History Journals.
47132: NEWMAN, T.C: - A Dorchester Pendulum. “...a SEEING walk through Dorchester”.
77100: NEWNES, GEORGE; - THE STRAND MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. XII (12) July - December 1896. With: A.CONAN DOYLE: Rodney Stone. (Chaps.1 - 10)
74826: NEWTON, ERIC; GOPPERS, M.; - Tone. Fifty Plates Thereof, Four in Full Colour.
79174: NEWTON, THOMAS: HARVEY, WILLIAM: MILTON: - The Poetical Works of John Milton A New Edition carefully revised from the text of Thomas Newton, DD, to which is prefixed a Biographical Notice. With Illustrations by William Harvey.
64480: NICHOLAS, ANNA KATHERINE: - The Lhasa Apso.
75184: NICHOLS, J.; - The History and Antiquities of Barnwell Abbey, and of Sturbridge Fair. Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica. No. XXXVIII.
79083: NICHOLSON, WILLIAM (LORD BISHOP OF CARLISLE): - Leges Marchiarum, or Border-Laws: Containing Several Original Articles and Treaties,... from the Reign of Henry III to the Union of the Two Crowns in K. James I.
79018: NICHOLSON, JOHN: - Beacons of East Yorkshire. Author of “Folk Moots.” Illustrated by Geo. Meek, London. Limited Numbered Edition.
64647: NICHOLSON, NORMAN: - Five Rivers.
62618: (17) NICHOLSON, E.M.: - Birds & Men. (The New Naturalist 17). The Bird Life of British Towns, Villages, Gardens & Farmland.
79166: NICHOLSON, ALEXANDER: - Memoirs of Adam Black
45891: NICHOLSON, G. / FAWCETT, J.: - The Village in History.
76220: NICOLAS, SIR HARRIS; - Report of Proceedings on the Claim to the Earldom of Devon in the House of Lords. With Notes, and an Appendix containing Copies of the Patents, and Cases Illustrative of the Claim.
54490: NICOLSON, ADAM & MORTER, PETER: - PROSPECTS OF ENGLAND. Two Thousand Years seen through twelve English Towns.
75989: NIETLISPACH, MADAME F.; - Cold Dishes and Hors-d'Oeuvre The Delight of the Housewife. Appetisingly Illustrated with Coloured Plates. Translated and adapted by M. F. Daniels.
75949: NIGHTINGALE, J. E.: - The Church Plate of The County of Dorset. With Extracts From The Returns of Church Goods By The Dorset Commissioners of Edward VI, 1552. Diocese of Salisbury.
79065: NISTER: MACK, R. E.: FULLER, ALFRED: - Nister’s Holiday Annual for 1898 With Stories by G. Manville Fenn, Mrs. Molesworth, &c. &c. Edited by Robert Ellis Mack and Alfred Fuller.
74379: NOCK, O.S.; - World Atlas of Railways
46284: NOCK, O.S: - LNER Steam. Companion volume to “Southern Steam”.
46304: NOCK, O. S.: - Line Clear Ahead. 75 Years of Ups and Downs.
76751: NOICE, HAROLD; - With Stefansson in the Arctic. With Illustrations.
78057: NOLAN, E. H.: - The Illustrated History of the British Empire in India and the East. From the Earliest Times to the Suppression of the Sepoy Mutiny in 1859. Illustrated with Steel Engravings and Maps. (Two Volume Edition - Bound in Eight Divisions.)
68140: NOONAN, MILES: - Tales From the Mess. A Military Miscellany.
78580: NORDEN: - Hamshire Olim Pars Belgarum. Original Antique Engraved Map of Hampshire. With Scale in Miles, Hundreds and Key of Market Towns.
77204: NORDENSKIOLD, A. E: - The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe. With a Historical Review of Previous Journeys along the North Coast of the Old World. Translated by Alexander Leslie. With Five Steel Portraits, Numerous Maps, and Illustrations.
71547: NORMAN, DR ANDREW: - Dunshay. Reflections on a Dorset Manor House.
54090: NORRIE, MAVIS AND IAN (EDS): - The Book of Hampstead.
75651: NORTH, J.S.; - The Bartholomew’s Property, Brighthelmston, 1547 to 1592. Transcript of Deeds in the possession of The Brighton Corporation and the Public Record Office, London. Reprinted from the Brighton and Hove Archaeologist, No.3. Signed.
74815: NORTH, LT-COL. PIERS WILLIAM.; - Reminiscences of A Younger Son. SIGNED.
55892: NORTH, HOWARD: - Expressway.
75620: NORWAY, ARTHUR H.; - Highways and Byways in Yorkshire. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thompson.
71112: NORWOOD, JOHN: - Victorian and Edwardian Hampshire from old photographs. Introduction and commentaries by John Norwood.
78413: NUNNELEY, JOHN: - Tales from the King’s African Rifles.
76112: O&APOS;FLAHERTY, LIAM: - The House of Gold.
53618: O’SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY: - Thomas Hardy. An illustrated biography. Signed by author.
75992: O&APOS;HARA, B. I. - The 1883-97 Issue of The Gambian Cameos A Study of The Plates, Printings and Preforatos.
69088: OAKDEN, MARY: - Out of Doors in Dorset.
73130: OFFICIAL SOURCES: - A Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force under the Command of General Sir Edmund H.H.Allenby, July 1917 to October 1918. Compiled from Official Sources. Second Edition. The first edition was published by “The Palestine News”.
71636: OGAN, ERNST: - The Wonderland of Knowledge. An up to date illustrated encyclopaedia. Volume I.
54117: OGG, DAVID: - Europe in the Seventeenth Century. The History of Europe.
76234: OGILBY, JOHN; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of The Roads from Kendal in Westmerld. to Cockermouth, Egremond to the City of Carlisle, in Cumberland.
73818: OGILBY, JOHN: - Original Engraved Antique Map. The Road from London to Weymouth. The Road from LONDON to WEYMOVTH com Dorset by John Ogilby Esq. His Ma.ties Cosmographer. Containing 135 miles, 4 furlongs viz. From London to Basingstoke com Hants in the Lands End Road 49 miles 6 furlongs to Sutton 12’6 to Stockbridge 8.4 to Broughton 3.6 to Dunketon 11 miles 4 furlongs to Cramborn m 4 to Blandford 12.2 to Dorchester 16.6 to Weymouth 8.5.
73817: OGILBY, JOHN: - Original Engraved Antique Map. The Road from Bristol to Weymouth. The Road from BRISTOL to WEYMOVTH com Dorset by John Ogilby Esq. His Ma.ties Cosmographer. Containing 94 miles, 4 furlongs viz. From ye High Cross in Bristol to Bishops Clive7 to Wells 12 to Glastonbury 5,6 to Somerton 8 to Martock 7 to Crokehorn 7.3 to South Parret 2 to Frampton 12.7 to Weymouth 12.
75263: OGILVIE, JOHN. (ED); - The Imperial Dictionary, English, Technological, and Scientific. TWO VOLUMES. Adapted to the Present State of Literature, Science, and Art; On the Basis of WEBSTER's English Dictionary. With Addition of many thousand Words & Phrases from other standard Dictionaries and Encyclopedias, and from numerous other sources. Comprising all words purely English, and the principal & most generally used Technical & scientific terms, together with their Etymologies and their Pronuciation, according to the best authorities. Illustrated by above Two Thousand Engravings on Wood. Two Volumes.
63858: OGILVIE, M.A.: - Wild Geese. Illustrations by Carol Ogilvie.
79182: OGILVY, MRS D.: M&APOS;IAN, R. R.: - A Book of Highland Minstrelsy With Illustrations by R. R. M’Ian.
79087: OLIVER, WILLIAM: - A Practical Dissertation on Bath-Waters To which is added a relation of a very extraordinary Sleeper near Bath. Fifth Edition.
70701: OPPITZ, LESLIE: - Lost Railways of Surrey.
76340: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - Ordnance Survey MAP Sheet SY 68 SE. WEYMOUTH, DORSET. Sheet SY 68 SE. Scale 1:10,560 or 6 inches to 1 mile.
76339: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - Ordnance Survey MAP Sheet SY 67 NE. WEYMOUTH & PORTLAND HARBOUR, DORSET. Sheet SY 67 NE & Part of SY 77 NW. Scale 1:10,560 or 6 inches to 1 mile.
76336: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - Ordnance Survey MAP Sheet SY 6889. No. 68. DORCHESTER, DORSET. Plan SY 6889. Scale 1:2500 or 25.344 inches to 1 mile.
79252: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH MAP OF PORTSMOUTH From the Ordnance Survey
76335: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - Ordnance Survey MAP Sheet SY 7090. No. 67. DORCHESTER, DORSET. Plan SY 7090. Scale 1:2500 or 25.344 inches to 1 mile.
76337: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - Ordnance Survey MAP Sheet SY 6890. No. 65. DORCHESTER, DORSET. Plan SY 6890. Scale 1:2500 or 25.344 inches to 1 mile.
76338: ORDNANCE SURVEY: - Ordnance Survey MAP Sheet SY 66 NE. ISLE OF PORTLAND, DORSET. Sheet SY 66 NE. Scale 1:10,560 or 6 inches to 1 mile.
55887: ORGILL, DOUGLAS: - The Jasius Pursuit.
57734: ORIGINAL HAND COLOURED ETCHING R.C. BEAN - HIGH WEST STREET, DORCHESTER.
57743: ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR - ALPINE SCENE
57737: ORIGINAL STEEL ENGRAVING DRAWN BY T. ALLOM, ENGRAVED BY R. SANDS. - TOPHANA, ENTRANCE TO PERA . Turkey.
51534: ORLOW, DIETRICH - The History Of The Nazi Party 1919-1933 and 1933-1945
68127: OSBORNE, G.H.: - Walks in Dorset. For the Dorset Rights of Way Group (Ramblers Association).
69585: OSBORNE, JUNE: - Stained Glass in England.
54306: OSWALD, ARTHUR: - Old Towns Revisited.
46671: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature Antique county map: DENBIGHSHIRE From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. The Road from Glocester to Coventry: With a STRIP road map on the back: St. Ives - Liscard - Listwhithiel - Grampound - Truro. ( Gloucestershire) From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA.
49859: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: CARMARTHENSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
49854: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: CARNARVANSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
49853: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: BERKSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
73326: OWEN, TREFOR M.: - Welsh Folk Customs.
46669: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature Original Antique engraved map: strip road map of SURREY / SUSSEX . There is a strip road map on both sides: London (Southwark) - Croydon - East Grinsted - Newhaven - Lewis - New Shoreham - Brighthelmeston. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA.
49848: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: BEDFORDSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
69381: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature county map: FLINTSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA.
69382: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature county map: DENBIGHSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA.
69905: OWEN, HAROLD: - Journey From Obscurity. Wilfred Owen, 1893-1918. Memoirs of the Owen Family. Three volumes. Childhood, Youth, War.
71074: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature Antique county map: WILTSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”. With ribbon map on reverse.
73407: OWEN, DENIS: - Camouflage and Mimicry. Survival in the Wild.
76881: OWEN, RICHARD; - Palaeontology Or A Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their Geological Relations.
49850: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: MONTGOMERYSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
49849: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: PEMBROKESHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
49851: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: MONMOUTHSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
49846: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
49864: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: RUTLANDSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”
77178: OWEN / BOWEN: - Attractive miniature Antique county map: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. or “Ogilby Improv'd”
46539: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature Antique county map: GLOCESTESHIRE. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. ( Gloucestershire) or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
46682: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature Original Antique engraved map: strip road map of GLOCESTERSHIRE / SOMERSETSHIRE/ WILTSHIRE: strip road map on both sides: Marlborough - Chippenham - Calne - Marshfield - Bristol - Axbridge - Huntspil. ( Gloucestershire) From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA.
46673: OWEN / BOWEN: - Miniature Antique county map: MONA, now called ANGLESEY ISLAND. From: BRITANNIA DEPICTA. The Road from London to Holy-head: With a STRIP road map on the back: KENT: Ailesford - Maidston - Ashford - Hith - The sea. or “Ogilby Improv'd”.
77358: OXENHAM, ELSIE J: - The Girl Who Wouldn't Make Friends.
77878: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS; - The Parallel Bible. The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated out of the Original Tongues; Being the Authorised Version Arranged in Parallel columns with the Revised Version. Printed fro the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
40325: PAGE, S. F: - The Cassell Book of the Austin 1100 (from 1963).
69464: PAGE, NORMAN (ED): - Thomas Hardy Annual. No 1 and No 2.
68614: PAGE, R.I.: - Life in Anglo-Saxon England. English Life Series. Edited by Peter Quennell.
75987: PAGE, W. / PUGH, R.(EDS.): - The Victoria History of the County of Dorset. Volume II and Volume III.
72745: PAGET-TOMLINSON, EDWARD W.: - The Complete Book of Canal and River Navigations. Illustrated by A.J.Lewery and C.V.Waine with Maps by R.J.Dean. Signed copy.
78746: PAGET, JULIAN: - Wellington’s Peninsular War. Battles and Battlefields.
53195: PALGRAVE, FRANCIS T.: - The Treasury Of Sacred Song
75632: PALLAS, P.S.; - Travels Through the Southern Provinces of the Russian Empire in the Years 1793 and 1794. Translated from the German of P.S. Pallas, counsellor of State to His Imperial Majesty of all the Russias, Knight, &c. Volume TWO only.
63931: PALMER, E.M. / BALLANCE, D.K.: - The Birds of Somerset.
73862: (PALMER, SUTTON) HOPE MONCRIEFF, A.R.: - Bonnie Scotland. Painted by Sutton Palmer. Described by A.R.Hope Moncrieff.
62197: PALMER, KINGSLEY: - Oral Folk-Tales of Wessex.
56896: PALMER, WILLIAM T.: - Wanderings in Scotland.
70379: PALMER, SUSANN: - Mesolithic Cultures of Britain.
78289: PALMER, SUTTON: HOPE MONCRIEFF, A. R.: - Surrey. Painted by Sutton Palmer. Described by A. R. Hope Moncrieff.
78329: PALMER, ARNOLD: - More than Shadows. A Biography of W. Russell Flint.
49775: PALMER, SUTTON (ILL.) / HOPE MONCRIEFF, A.R: - Surrey.
72982: PALMER, HERBERT E.: - Summit and Chasm. A Book of Poems and Rimes.
77782: (PALMER, SUTTON); HOPE MONCRIEFF, A. R.: - The Heart of Scotland. Painted & Described.
50647: PANTING, J. HARWOOD: - True all Through.
75444: PAPANICOLAOU, LILIKA S.; - Frederica Queen of The Hellenes. Mission of a Modern Queen.
73243: PAPAS, WILLIAM / MOORHOUSE, GEOFFREY: - The Church. Text by Geoffrey Moorhouse.
60807: PARKER, ERIC: - The County Books. Surrey.
71924: PARKER, JAMES A.: - The Western Highlands. The Scottish Mountaineering Club. With 34 illustrations and a map.
74572: PARKER, DEREK; CHANDLER, JOHN; - Wiltshire Churches. An Illustrated History.
76291: PARKER, ERIC; - The County Books. Surrey.
44281: PARKER, ERIC: - Surrey.
75120: PARKER, ERIC; - The County Books. Surrey.
61176: PARKER, ROWLAND: - The Common Stream.
54278: PARKES, HARRY: - The Man Who Would Like To Marry.
54276: PARKES, HARRY: - The Girl Who Would'nt Mind Getting Married.
77526: PARKES, SAMUEL; - The Chemical Catechism, With Tables, Notes, Illustrations and Experiments. The Tenth Edition, Corrected, enlarged...
73821: PARKIN, REV.CHARLES: - The Topography of Freebridge Hundred and Half, in the County of Norfolk. Containing the History and Antiquities of the Borough of King’s Lynn; And of the Towns, Villages, Hamlets, Monasteries, Churches, Chapels, Chanties, and other Religious Buildings in that Hundred and Half, including a Circuit of about Fifteen miles round Lynn. Also an Account of the ancient and present State of all the Rectories, Vicarages, Donatives and Impropriations; their former and present Patrons and Incumbents, with their several Valuations in the King’s Book, whether discharged or not.
55681: PARKIN, MOLLY: - Love:All.
78060: PARKYN, MAJOR H. G.; CURTIS, COLONEL W. P. S.; - The Rifle Brigade Chronicle for 1954 - 1964. (Sixty-Fifth Year to Seventy-Fifth Year.) Eleven Volumes.
61589: PARROTT, E.O. (ED): - Imitations of Immortality. A Book of Literary Parodies.
76398: (103) PARSLOW, ROSEMARY: - The Isles of Scilly. (New Naturalist 103)
77668: (103) PARSLOW, ROSEMARY: - The Isles of Scilly. (New Naturalist 103)
69601: PARSONS, NORA / PARSONS, JACK: - Suffolk Bred.
55883: PARTINGTON, WALTER: - Screw!
55817: PARTRIDGE, ERIC: - A Dictionary Of Catch Phrases.
71107: PASS, OLIVIA: - Dorset Feather Stitchery.
53932: PASTERNAK, BORIS: - The Blind Beauty. A Play. Foreword and translation by Max Hayward.
78860: PATER, WALTER: - The Renaissance. Studies in Art and Poetry.
67850: PATTEN, CHRIS: - East and West. The Last Governor of Hong Kong on Power, Freedom and the Future. Signed and dedicated copy.
79050: PATTERSON, LIEUT.-COL. J.H: - Man-Eaters of Tsavo and Other East African Adventures.
75484: PAVIERE, SYDNEY H.; - The Devis Family of Painters Arthur; Anthonty; Thomas Anthony; ArthurWilliam; Robert Marris, 1711... - 1827. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION. 201/500.
78625: PAYER, JULIUS; - New Lands within the Arctic Circle. Narrative of the discoveries of the Austrian ship "Tegetthoff" in the years 1872-1874. With Maps and Numerous Illustrations from Drawings by the Author. Translated from the German.
70775: PAYNE, DONALD: - Dorset Harbours. With a foreword by Vernon C.Boyle.
68804: PAYTON, PHILIP: - Cornwall. Foreword by A.L.Rowse. Signed copy.
75419: PEARCE, THOMAS; - The Locomotive; Its Failures And Remedies
70018: PEARCE, SUSAN M.: - The Archaeology of South West Britain.
55761: (11) PEARSALL, W.H: - Mountains & Moorland. (The New Naturalist No. 11 ).
77731: PEARSALL, W.H. / PENNINGTON, WINIFRED: - The Lake District. A Landscape History. The New Naturalist. (53).
77773: PEARSALL, W.H. - Mountains and Moorlands (11)
76754: PEARY, R. E.: - Nearest to the Pole. A Narrative of the Polar Expedition of the Peary Arctic Club in the S.S. Roosevelt, 1905-06.
76745: PEARY, ROBERT E.: - The North Pole. Introduction by THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
77522: PEARY, ROBERT E.; - The North Pole. With an Introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. (Classics of Exploration Series)
61243: PEEL, J.H.B.: - Country Talk.
72323: PEERS, CHRIS: - Warlords of China 700BC to AD 1662.
62775: PEMBERTON, JOHN E. (ED): - Who’s Who in Ornithology.
73219: PENN, THOMAS: - Winter King. The Dawn of Tudor England.
79352: PENNANT, THOMAS: - Some Account of London. The Fifth Edition. With Considerable Additions.
70051: PENTIN, HERBERT (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXVIII.
77645: PEPPER, JOHN HENRY / HINE, H. G. (ILL.) / HEPWORTH, T. C. (REVISED BY): - The Boy's Playbook of Science. Illustrated with 453 Engravings, Chiefly from the Authors Sketches. Revised with Many Additions.
78908: (PEPYS) RICHARD, LORD BRAYBROOKE: - Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq. F.R.S. Secretary to the Admiralty in the Reigns of Charles II and James II. comprising his diary from 1659 to 1669, Deciphered by the Rev. John Smith from the original shorthand in the Pepysian Library, and a Selection from his Private Correspondence. Second Edition. In Five Volumes.
68717: PERCIVAL, SHIRLEY: - A Dorset Village: Lytchett Matravers. Signed copy.
66319: PERCY, REUBEN / PERCY, SHOLTO: - The Percy Anecdotes. A verbatim reprint of the original edition. With a preface by John Timms.
79347: PERKINS, THOMAS; PENTIN, HERBERT: - Memorials of Old Dorset. With many illustrations. “Memorials of the Counties of England” Series. General Editor, Rev. P. H. Ditchfield.
67720: PERKINS, KEN: - A Fortunate Soldier. With a foreword by Field Marshal the Lord Bramall.
78789: PERRAULT, CHARLES: - The Fairy Tales. Illustrated by Edmund Dulac.
70530: PERRING, DOMINIC: - Roman London. The Archaeology of London.
76577: (62) PERRINS, CHRISTOPHER: - British Tits (The New Naturalist 62)
61343: PERRY, B.: - Attractive original steel engraving of The Fortress of Ham in Normandy. The Prison of Prince Polignac. Drawn by B.Perry from an sketch taken on the spot in 1830 and published in the Royal Lady’s Magazine by W.Sams, Booksellers to the King.
57061: PERRY, GEORGE: - Life of Python. ...and now for something completely different from George Perry.
77670: PETERKEN, GEORGE: - Wye Valley. New Naturalist 105.
71258: PETERS, ELLIS: - The House of Green Turf. Inspector Felse Investigates.
71257: PETERS, ELLIS: - The Grass Widow’s Tale. Sergeant Felse Investigates.
43529: PETERS, ELLIS: - Brother Cadfael’s Penance. The 20th. Chronicle of Brother Cadfael.
68955: PETRIE, SIR CHARLES: - Earlier Diplomatic History 1492-1713.
70465: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS / WEDGWOOD, ALEXANDRA: - Warwickshire. (The Buildings of England).
79442: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS / NEWMAN, JOHN: - The Buildings of England. Dorset.
71092: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Middlesex. (The Buildings of England).
71094: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Middlesex. (The Buildings of England).
66526: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - South Devon. The Buildings of England.
66525: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Middlesex The Buildings of England.
67449: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - South Devon. The Buildings of England.
67440: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS (ED): - North Lancashire. The Buildings of England. David Verey.
71035: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - North Lancashire. The Buildings of England. The Rural North.
71044: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Cumberland and Westmorland. The Buildings of England.
71100: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Nottinghamshire. (The Buildings of England).
71097: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Cambridgeshire. (The Buildings of England).
71301: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS / RICHMOND, IAN: - Northumberland. The Buildings of England. Revised by John Grundy et al. Industrial Buildings by Stafford Linsley.
71102: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - South Devon. (The Buildings of England).
71101: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - North Devon. (The Buildings of England).
76022: ( PEVSNER ) NEWMAN, JOHN: - Gwent / Monmouthshire. The Buildings of Wales. SIGNED.
77610: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Berkshire. The Buildings of England.
77611: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Worcestershire. The Buildings of England.
77612: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS (ED); VEREY, DAVID; - Gloucestershire: The Cotswolds. The Buildings of England.
67433: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Derbyshire. The Buildings of England.
77613: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Herefordshire. (The Buildings of England).
57137: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - South and West Somerset. (The Buildings of England).
77614: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Suffolk. The Buildings of England.
48326: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - North Devon. ( The Buildings of England ).
48331: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Hertfordshire ( The Buildings of England ).
77615: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Devon. The Buildings of England.
67432: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Cambridgeshire. The Buildings of England.
79441: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS / NEWMAN, JOHN: - The Buildings of England. Dorset.
48328: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Nottinghamshire ( The Buildings of England ).
67442: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - County Durham. The Buildings of England.
67450: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - North Devon. The Buildings of England.
71034: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Worcestershire. The Buildings of England.
67453: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - Hertfordshire. The Buildings of England.
76143: (PEVSNER, N.ED.) NEWMAN, JOHN: - West Kent and the Weald. (The Buildings of England).
76142: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS / WEDGWOOD, ALEXANDRA: - Warwickshire. (The Buildings of England).
48077: PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS: - South and West Somerset. (The Buildings of England).
77450: PHILBY, H. ST JOHN B; - The Land of Midian.
77867: PHILIPS, JOHN; - Cider, A Poem. In Two Books. With Notes, Provincial, Historical, and Classical.
71931: PHILLIPS, WINIFRED V.: - Wanstead Through the Ages. Illustrations by Arthur Parsons.
76940: PHILLIPS BEVAN, G.; - Tourists Guide to Hampshire, Including the Isle of Wight With Map and Plan. Second Edition.
71341: PHILLIPS, PAULINE: - A View of Old Montgomeryshire. Map by John Phillips. Drawings by Tim Phillips.
73820: PHILLPOTTS, EDEN: - A Cornish Droll. A Novel.
73858: PHILLPOTTS, EDEN: - The Widow Garland. A Novel.
73859: PHILLPOTTS, EDEN: - Folly and Fresh Air.
73857: PHILLPOTTS, EDEN: - The Spinners. A Novel.
79333: PHILLPOTTS, EDEN: - The Human Boy Again
75864: PHIPPS, HOWARD; - Thomas Hardy's Study at Max Gate, Dorchester. Framed Limited Edition Numbered Engraving.
67138: PICADOR: - An Example of the New “Morning Coat” Style.
67139: PICADOR: - An Afternoon Toilette.
57360: PICARD, BARBARA LEONIE: - The Iliad of Homer.
53469: PIERCE, ELIZA AND MACDONALD, VIOLET, ED: - The letters of Eliza Pierce. 1751-1775, with letters from her son Pierce Joseph Taylor, a schoolboy at Eton.
74082: PIGGOTT, STUART: - William Stukeley. An Eighteenth-Century Antiquary.
78574: PIGOT & CO: - Original Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map of Hampshire. With vignette of Winchester Cathedral. Reference to hundreds. Scale in Miles. And Explanation Key.
70353: PIKE, MURIEL.(ED): - The Piddle Valley Book of Country Life. Flower drawings by E.Bairstow, & C.Pike.
61868: PILGER, JOHN: - Heroes.
75544: PILSON, IRENE; - More Memoires of Bittern Just to Remind You...
48315: PINCHER, CHAPMAN: - Inside Story. A Documentary of the Pursuit of Power.
73482: PINE, L.G.: - A Dictionary of Mottoes.
61001: PINE, L.G.: - Your Family Tree. A Guide to Genealogical Sources.
73570: PINE, L.G.: - The Story of Titles. Signed copy.
67750: PIOZZI, HESTER LYNCH: - Piozzi Marginalia. Comprising some extracts from manuscripts of Hester Lynch Piozzi and annotations from her books. Edited by Percival Merritt.
69313: PITFIELD, F.P.: - Dorset Parish Churches. A-D.
69952: PITFIELD, F.P.: - Dorset Parish Churches. A-D. Limited edition.
77260: PITMAN, C. B.; BOSCOWITZ, ARNOLD; - Earthquakes. Translated from the French of Arnold Boscowitz. With Fifty-Seven Illustrations.
78235: PITT, FRANCES; - Hounds Horses & Hunting Illustrated by Michael Lyne.
77326: PITT, FRANCES; - Shetland Pirates and Other Wild Life Studies.
77634: PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE: - The Riddle of The 'Labarum' And The Origin of Christian Symbols.
65825: PITTER, RUTH: - A Heaven to Find. Limited edition.
63848: PLATT, COLIN: - The English Medieval Town.
77063: PLATT, JAMES; - Platt's Essays. In Two Volumes. Vol.1 - Business, Money, Economy. Vol.2 - Life, Morality, Progress. In Two Volumes. Fifth Thousand.
60147: PLAYNE, ALFRED C.(ED): - Nister’s Holiday Annual for 1906 (18th Year of Publication). With stories by G.Manville Fenn, Rev.Theo Wood, D.H.Parry, Arthur Daniels, L.T.Meade, L.L.Weedon, Sheila Braine, and other well-known authors.
74903: PLUES, MARGARET; - Rambles In Search of Flowerless Plants. Second Edition.
79185: PLUTARCH: LANGHORNE, JOHN: LANGHORNE, WILLIAM: - Plutarch’s Lives. Translated from the original Greek; with Notes Critical and Historical and A Life of Plutarch.
78879: PLUTARCH: LANGHORN: - Plutarch's Lives. Langhorne Translation. Text and Notes Complete and Revised, with Index. In Four Volumes. (Bound in Two volumes.)
77924: POE, EDGAR ALLAN; - The Bells. Illsutrated by Darley, McCutcheon, Fredericks, Perkins, King, Riordan and Northam.
78515: POGANY, WILLY: - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
75826: POLIDORI, JOHN WILLIAM; - The Vampyre. A Tale. With an introductory note by Russell Ash. Ltd Ed.
76670: POLLOCK, WALTER H.; GROVE, F. C.; PREVOST, CAMILLE; MITCHELL, E. B.; ARMSTRONG, W.; - Fencing, Boxing & Wrestling. With a Complete Bibliography of the Art by Egerton Castle. With Illustrations from Photographs. Second Edition. The Badminton Library.
77446: PONTEFRACT, ELLA; HARTLEY, MARIE; - Wharfedale. In Collaboration With and with Wood-Engravings by Marie Hartley.
78773: PONTING, HERBERT G.: - In Lotus-Land Japan. With 8 Illustrations in colour and 96 in Monochrome from Photographs by the Author.
73755: POOLE, AUSTIN LANE: - From Domesday Book to Magna Carta, 1087-1216. Second Edition.
68417: POOLE, S.L.: - Cruiser. A History of British Cruisers from 1889 to 1960. Illustrated.
78402: POPE, ALEXANDER: CROKER, RT. HON. JOHN WILSON: WHITWELL ELWIN, REV.: - The Works of Alexander Pope. New Edition. Including Several Hundred Unpublished Letters, and Other New Materials. Collected in part by the Late Rt. Hon. John Wilson Croker. With Introduction and Notes by Rev. Whitwell Elwin. With Portraits and Other Illustrations. In Five Volumes.
70917: POPE, CLIFFORD H.: - The Reptile World. A natural history of the snakes, lizards, turtles and crocodilians.
79066: POPE, JESSIE: - Tom, Dick, and Harry Their Deeds and Misdeeds. Pictured by M. Morris. Told by Jessie Pope.
76247: POPHAM, DAVID & RITA: - The Book Of Bournemouth. Signed and dedicated limited edition.
77664: ( 97 ) PORLEY, RON / HODGETTS, NICK: - Mosses & Liverworts.
41681: PORRITT, ARTHUR: - J.D. Jones of Bournemouth.
78734: PORTER, MISS JANE: - Sir Edward Seaward's Narrative of His Shipwreck, And consequent Discovery of Certain Islands in the Caribbean Sea: with a detail of many extraordinary and highly interesting events in his life, from the year 1733 to 1749. As written in his own Diary. In Three Volumes.
55149: PORTER, STEPHEN: - Exploring Urban History. Sources for Local Historians.
78850: POTTER, BEATRIX: - Appley-Dapply's Nursery Rhymes.
77153: POTTER, BEATRIX: - Peter Rabbit Painting Book
73367: POTTERTON, HOMAN: - Pageant and Panorama. The Elegant World of Canaletto.
71918: POUCHER, W.A.: - A Camera in The Cairngorms. With Ninety-three Photographs by the Author.
61912: POUNCEY, JOHN: - Melbury. The Lake etc.
64776: POWELL, ANTHONY: - Temporary Kings.
74351: POWELL, REV. ARTHUR HERBERT, - Bridgwater in the Later Days. Being a Succeding volume to “The Ancient Borough of Bridgwater.”
74350: POWELL, REV. ARTHUR HERBERT, - The Ancient Borough of Bridgwater In The County of Somerset
77497: POWELL, J. W.; - Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology, To The Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1886 - ‘87.
75205: POWELL, EDGAR; - The Rising In East Anglia 1381. With an Appendix Containing The Suffolk Poll Tax Lists for That Year.
72535: POWER, EILEEN: - Medieval People. Introduced by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
67000: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - Real Wraiths.
76439: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Black Laughter.
69706: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Black Laughter.
73902: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - Dostoievsky.
73909: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Thirteen Worthies. Preface by Van Wyk Brooks.
76464: POWYS, T. F.: - Mock's Curse. Nineteen Stories. Selected and Edited by Elaine & Barrie Mencher.
76450: POWYS, JOHN COWPER; HARA, ICHIRO; HEAD, ANTHONY; - Powys to a Japanese Friend. Edited by Anthony Head.
76475: POWYS, T. F.; - Fables. With Four Drawings by Gilbert Spenser. Signed.
73950: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Thirteen Worthies. Preface by Van Wyk Brooks.
76442: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - Singular Figures. Six Lectures. Edited by Paul Roberts.
76490: POWYS, JOHN COWPER; - Homer and the Aether.
76482: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Dorset Essays. With 16 black and white photographs by Ann Clarke.
76498: POWYS, LLEWELLYN; - Letters of Gamel Woolsey to Llewelyn Powys, 1930-1939. Edited with an introduction and notes by Kenneth Hopkins.
76499: POWYS, LITTLETON C.; - Still The Joy Of It.
73999: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Love and Death. an imaginary autobiography.
76476: POWYS, T. F: - Kindness in a Corner. With title vignette by Gilbert Spenser.
76597: POWYS, JOHN COWPER; WILKINSON LOUIS; - Letters of John Cowper Powys to Louis Wilkinson 1935 - 1956.
76469: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - The Wordsworths in Dorset. Introduction by Malcolm Elwin.
73794: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - Samphire. Signed copy.
73793: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - The Pleasures of Literature.
76445: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - Maiden Castle. The First Full Authoritative Edition. Introduction by Ian Hughes.
76441: POWYS, T. F.: - The Market Bell. Edited with notes by Ian Robinson assisted by Elaine Mencher. With an Afterword by J. Lawrence Mitchell. Limited Numbered Edition.
76488: POWYS, JOHN COWPER: - Autobiography. A New Edition with an Introduction by J. B. Priestley.
78791: POWYS, LLEWELLYN; - So Wild A Thing. Letters to Gamel Woolsey. Limited Edition. Edited as a Narrative by Malcolm Elwin. With Illustrations by Peter Reddick.
76455: POWYS, JOHN COWPER; KNIGHT, WILSON; BLACKMORE, ROBERT; - Powys to Knight. The letters of John Cowper Powys to G. R. Wilson Knight. SIGNED.
76434: POWYS, LITTLETON C.; - The Letters of Elizabeth Myers.
73789: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - The Verdict of Bridlegoose. Limited edition.
73990: POWYS, LLEWELYN: - Swiss Essays.
51543: POYSER / HARROCK, J.T.R: - The Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland. British Trust for Ornithology Irish Wildbird Conservancy.
79454: PRAEGER, S. ROSAMOND: - How they came home from School Tiny Tots Series.
79455: PRAEGER, S. ROSAMOND: - The Adventures of Silversuit Tiny Tots Series.
76435: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Nation. Exclusive Edition For Waterstone’s. Limited Numbered Edition.
60431: PRATCHETT, TERRY: - Nation.
60416: PRATCHETT, TERRY: - Jingo A Discworld Novel.
77797: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Monstrous Regiment. A Discworld Novel.
76198: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Moving Pictures A Discworld Novel. Signed by the Author.
76196: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Sourcery A Discworld Novel.
76195: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Wyrd Sisters A Discworld Novel. Signed by the Author.
76193: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Pyramids A Discworld Novel. Signed by the Author.
76189: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Witches Abroad A Discworld Novel. Signed by the Author.
76187: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Feet of Clay Signed by the Author.
76183: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Equal Rites Signed by the Author with letter and et als.
76182: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Johnny and the Dead Signed by the Author with letter and et als.
76180: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Only You Can Save Mankind Signed by the Author.
76177: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Truckers Signed by the Author.
76176: PRATCHETT, TERRY; - Wings. Signed by the Author.
64146: PRATT, A.LLEWELYN (ED): - Our Friend the Dog in Verse. An anthology...for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
79291: PRATT, ANNE: - The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges, and Ferns of Great Britain. And Their Allies The Club Mosses, Pepperworts and Horsetails. New Edition, Revised by Edward Step. Illustrated with Three Hundred and Nineteen Plates figuring upwards of 1500 species. In Four Volumes.
78253: PRATT, ANNE: - The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges, and Ferns of Great Britain. And Their Allies The Club Mosses, Pepperworts and Horsetails. SIGNED by author.
76542: PRESCOTT, WILLIAM H.; KIRK, JOHN FOSTER; - History of the Conquest of Peru. With a Preliminary View of the Civilization of the Incas. New and Revised Edition, with the Author’s Latest Corrections and Additions. Edited by John Foster Kirk.
79155: PRESCOTT, WILLIAM H., - Conquest of Mexico History of the Conquest of Mexico, With a Preliminary view of the Ancient Mexican Civilization and the life of the Conqueror Hernando Cortes. New and Revised Edition. Edited by John Foster Kirk.
77852: PRESCOTT, WILLIAM H.; - History of the Conquest of Peru. With a Preliminary View of the Civilization of the Incas. Second Edition. In Two Volumes.
67953: PRESTON, NORMAN (ED): - Wisden. Cricketers’ Almanack. 1979. 116th edition.
67954: PRESTON, NORMAN (ED): - Wisden. Cricketers’ Almanack. 1980. 117th edition.
57239: PREVITE-ORTON, C.W.: - The Shorter Cambridge Medieval History. Two volumes. Vol I, The Later Roman Empire to the Twelfth Century; Volume II, The Twelfth Century to the Renaissance.
72797: PREVOST, L’ABBE: - The Story of Manon Lescaut. and of the Chevalier des Grieux. Translated from the French of L’Abbe Prevost by John Manton. Illustrated by S.W.Coleman.
70241: PRICE, NANCY: - Tails and Tales. This is a book about Dogs. With 16 plates. Signed copy.
70647: PRIDHAM, DR. LLEWELLYN: - The Dorset Coastline From a Personal & Photographic Point of View. Photography by Edwin Kestin.
61191: PRIESTLEY, J.B.: - Saturn Over the Water. An account of his adventures in London, South America and Australia by Tim Bedford, painter; edited - with some preliminary and concluding remarks - by Henry Sulgrave; and here presented to the reading public.
43450: PRIESTLEY, J.B: - Jenny Villiers. The Story of the Teatre. A New Novel.
53179: PRIESTLY, J.B. - Saturn Over The Water. An account of his adventures in London, South America and Australia by Tim Bedford, painter; edited - with some preliminary and concluding remarks - by Henry Sulgrave; and here presented to the reading public.
77697: PRIME, CECIL T.: - Lords & Ladies. (17) (The New Naturalist Monograph).
78800: PRINCE JAMES: - The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament and The New. Newly Translated out of the Original Tongues, and with the Former Translations diligently compared & revised By His Majesty’s Special Command. Appointed to be Read in Churches.
77635: PRIOR, R: - The Roe Deer of Cranborne Chase. An Ecological Survey. With an Appendix on the Diseases of Roe by Dr. A. McDiarmid.
60239: PRIOR, R.C.A.: - On the Popular Names of British Plants Being an Explanation of the Origin and Meaning of the Names of our Indigenous and Most Commonly Cultivated Species. Third edition.
79001: PROCTOR, CAPT. R. C.: - Fifty Years With the Prince Line 1913-1963
52434: PUBLIUS VERGILIUS MARO (VIRGIL) - The Georgics Translated into English by K R Mackenzie
66125: PUDNEY, JOHN: - Shuffley Wanderers. An entertainment.
66124: PUDNEY, JOHN: - A Ring for Luck.
54407: PUGH, PETER: - Discovering Dorset With Peter Pugh's Pen, Poem and Prose.
72750: PUGH, P.D.GORDON: - Staffordshire Portrait Figures and Allied Subjects of the Victorian Era including the Definitive Catalogue.
69510: PUGH, PETER: - The Royal Bath Hotel. A History. 1838-1988.
56029: PUGH, MARSHALL: - A Murmur Of Mutiny.
77313: PULLIN, A. W.; - History of Yorkshire County Cricket. 1903 - 1923.
75889: ( PULMAN ) JOHN TROTANDOT (PSEUD.): - Rambles, Roaming, and Recollections.
44186: ( PULMAN ) JOHN TROTANDOT (PSEUD.): - Rambles, Roaming, and Recollections.
77808: PULMAN, G. P. R: - The Book of the Axe. Containing a piscatorial Description of that stream and historical sketches of all the parishes and remarkable places upon its Banks. With nearly One Hundred Illustrations and a Map. Fourth Edition, Re-Written and Greatly Enlarged.
78807: (PUNCH) - Punch, or The London Charivari. Complete Set. Volumes 1 - 100. 1841 - 1891. 25 Volumes.
52942: PURDY, RICHARD LITTLE: - Thomas Hardy A Bibliographical Study
77386: PURNELL; - Jolly Jump-Ups A.B.C. Alphabet Pop-Up Picture Book.
76897: PURSER, BRUCE H.; BOSENCE, DAN W. J.; - Sedimentation and Tectonics in Rift Basins Red Sea;- Gulf of Aden.
67770: PUZEY, F.G.: - Cupid Among the Clues.
62865: PUZO, MARIO: - The Dark Arena. A Novel.
54416: PYATT, EDWARD.C: - Coastal Paths of the South West.
70015: PYATT, E.C: - Coastal Paths of the South West.
79081: QUARLES, FRANCIS: - Emblems Divine and Moral Together with Hieroglyphics of The Life of Man.
73350: QUENNELL, PETER: - Victorian Panorama. A Survey of Life & Fashion from Contemporary Photographs with a Commentary by Peter Quennell.
79300: "SNAFFLES": - My Sketch Book in the Shiny. (Sport in India).
78514: "HISTORICUS:" - Cocoa. All about it.
77969: "B.B.": - The Badgers of Bearshanks. Illustrated by D. J. WATKINS-PITCHFORD.
79472: "NIRVANA" - Commercial Cake Decoration A Complete treatise on the correct method of decorating cakes. Second Edition.
78995: "LADY FRIVOL": - The Ice-Maiden, A Novel. SIGNED.
78992: R.W.F.: - Royal Welch Fusiliers Battle Honours
78712: (RABELAIS) URQUHART: MOTTEUX: WHIBLEY: HENLEY: - Gargantua and Pantagruel. Books 1 - 5. Translated into English by Sir T. Urquart and P. Le Motteux. With an introduction by C. Whibley. “The Tudor Translations XXIV, edited by W. E. Henley.” In Three Volumes.
77445: (RACKHAM, ARTHUR); BERLYN, MRS. ANNIE; - Sunrise-Land. Rambles in Eastern England. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Third Edition.
79365: RACKHAM, ARTHUR: BARRIE, J. M.: - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. From The Little White Bird. With drawings by Arthur Rackham.
71728: RACKHAM, ARTHUR: - The Peter Pan Calendar 1976. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Days and months in English, German and French.
79277: RACKHAM, ARTHUR: INGOLDSBY, THOMAS: - The Ingoldsby Legends or Mirth & Marvels.
78771: RACKHAM, ARTHUR; BARRIE, J. M.; - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. With 24 drawings by Arthur Rackham.
79276: (RACKHAM, ARTHUR): EVANS, C. S.: - Cinderella. Retold by C. S. Evans and Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
78649: RACKHAM, ARTHUR: - The Land of Enchantment.
79446: (RACKHAM, ARTHUR) WAGNER, RICHARD: - The Ring of the Niblung. 2 vols.in I: The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie. AND: Siegfried & the Twilight of the Gods. Signed Limited Numbered Edition.
77354: (RACKHAM, ARTHUR) WALTON, IZAAK: - The Compleat Angler. Or The Contemplative Man’s Recreation. Being a discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of most Anglers. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
79275: RACKHAM, ARTHUR: WAGNER, RICHARD: ARMOUR, MARGARET: - The Ring of the Niblung. A Trilogy. With a Prelude by Richard Wagner. Translated by Margaret Armour. The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie. AND: Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods. In Two Volumes.
77156: (RACKHAM, ARTHUR) SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM: - A Midsummer-Night's Dream.
78638: (RACKHAM, ARTHUR) SWIFT, JONATHAN: - Gulliver's Travels Into several remote parts of the world. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
79475: RACKHAM, ARTHUR: - Some British Ballads.
79448: RACKHAM, A.: BROTHERS GRIMM: - Little Brother & Little Sister. And Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm.
74496: RADCLIFFE, F.P.DELME. (MASTER OF THE HERTFORDSHIRE HOUNDS): - The Noble Science: A Few General Ideas on Fox-Hunting. For the Use of the Rising Generation of Sportsmen, and more especially those of The Hertfordshire Hunt Club.
44489: RADCLIFFE, SIR C. - Middlesex New edition.
77129: RADEN, WOLDEMAR: - Switzerland. Its Mountains and Valleys. With Four-Hundred and Eighteen Illustrations by A. Closs.
69828: RAE, GWYNEDD: - Mary Plain to the Rescue. With illustrations by Irene Williamson.
69829: RAE, GWYNEDD: - Mary Plain Goes to America. With illustrations by Irene Williamson.
69827: RAE, GWYNEDD: - Mary Plain and the Twins. With illustrations by Irene Williamson.
52158: RAE, SIMON - Dorset of one hundred years ago.
52581: RAFTIS, J.A. - Peasant Economic Development within the English Manoral System
75846: RAILO, EINO; - The Haunted Castle A Study of the Elements of English Romanticism.
65881: RAINE, CRAIG: - A Free Translation. Signed copy. 2nd impression.
70026: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR: - West Riding of Yorkshire. The Making of the English Landscape.
75472: RAMSAY, FREDA; - John Ramsay of Kildalton Being an account of his life in Islay and including the Diary of his trip to Canada in 1870.
79340: RAMSAY, ”THE CHEVALIER” M.: - The Travels of Cyrus. To which is annex’d A Discourse upon the Theology and Mythology of the Ancients. In Two Volumes.
77992: (07) RAMSBOTTOM, JOHN: - Mushrooms & Toadstools. A Study of the Activities of Fungi. (The New Naturalist 7).
77709: (07) RAMSBOTTOM, JOHN: - Mushrooms & Toadstools. A Study of the Activities of Fungi. (The New Naturalist 7).
75065: RANKING, W. H.; - The Half-Yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences. Vol. XIII. January - June 1851. Being a practical and analytical digest of the contents of the principal british and continental medical works published in the preceeding six months. Together with a series of critical reports on the progress of medicine and the collateral sciences during the same period.
75066: RANKING, W. H.; - The Half-Yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences. Vol. XIV. July - December 1851. Being a practical and analytical digest of the contents of the principal british and continental medical works published in the preceeding six months. Together with a series of critical reports on the progress of medicine and the collateral sciences during the same period.
55673: RAPHAEL, FREDERIC: - Who Were YOU With Last Night?
75546: RAVEN, CHARLES E.; - English Naturalists From Neckham to Ray A Study of the Making of the Modern World.
79014: RAWSON, EDWARD KIRK; - Twenty Famous Naval Battles Salamis to Santiago. In Two Volumes.
78180: RAYNAL, F. E.: - Wrecked on a Reef. Or: Twenty Months in the Auckland Isles. A True Story of Shipwreck, Adventure and Suffering. With Forty Illustrations.
50391: REA, LORNA: - The Armada.(Great Occasions).
62288: REA, HOPE: - Rembrandt van Ryn. Bell's Miniature Series of Painters.
48719: REA, LORNA: - The Armada. (Great Occasions).
73987: READ, PIERS PAUL: - The Templars. The dramatic story of the Knights Templar, the most powerful military order of the Crusades.
70020: REANEY, P.H.: - The Origin of English Place-Names.
79273: REDDING, CYRUS (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY): - An Illustrated Itinerary of the County of Cornwall. “The Rocky Land Of Strangers.”
73974: REDFERN, ROGER A.: - Portrait of the Pennines. Illustrated with photographs by E.Hector Kyme and with map.
54817: REDGROVE, PETER: - The Force & Other Poems. The Choice of The Poetry Book Society.
73536: REDOUT&EACUTE;, PIERRE-JOSEPH: - Früchte und Blumen. ausgewahlt und eingeleitet von Eva Mannering. German language.
73391: REDWORTH, GLYN: - The She-Apostle. The Extraordinary Life and Death of Luisa de Carvajal.
76088: REEVE, R.; COX, D.; - View of Part of Battle Abbey, Sussex. Original Hand Coloured Engraving. First Lesson on Colouring.
75814: REEVE, CLARA; - Fatherless Fanny; Or, A Young Lady’s First Entrance Into Life: Being The Memoirs of a Little Mendicant and Her Benefactors. By The Author of ‘The Old English Baron’, &c. Third Edition.
70390: REID, ANDY: - The Union Workhouse. A Study Guide for Teachers and Local Historians.
70909: REITZ, DENEYS: - No Outspan. Foreword by J.C.Smuts.
72175: REV. H.L PAGET - In The Day of Battle With an Introduction by The Bishop of London.
70739: REYNOLDS, HELEN: - Couture or Trade. An early pictorial record of the London College of Fashion.
77578: RIBTON-TURNER, C. J.; - A History of Vagrants and Vagrancy, And Beggars and Begging. Illustrated.
72620: RICHARD BURN - The History of the Poor Laws: With Observations
52129: RICHARD SALE, TOM ANG - Dorset Photographs by Tom Ang
78909: RICHARDS, WALTER; GILES G. D.; - Her Majesty's Army: Vols. 1 & 2. AND: Indian and Colonial Forces. A Descriptive Account of the Various Regiments now comprising the Queen's Forces , from their first Establishment to the Present Times, and in India and the Colonies. In Three Volumes.
75187: RICHARDS, W.; GILES G. D.; - Her Majesty's Army: Vols. 1 & 2. AND: Indian and Colonial Forces. A Descriptive Account of the Various Regiments now comprising the Queen's Forces , from their first Establishment to the Present Times, and in India and the Colonies.
69738: RICHARDS, AUBREY I.: - Land, Labour and Diet in Northern Rhodesia. An Economic Study of the Bemba Tribe. International African Institute.
77368: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Billy Bunter Afloat. Illustrated by C. H. Chapman.
77379: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Just Like Bunter Illustrations by C. H. Chapman.
77366: RICHARDS, FRANK: - The Banishing of Billy Bunter. Illustrated by C. H. Chapman.
77371: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Bunter The Bad Lad. Illustrated by C. H. Chapman.
70067: RICHARDSON, NELSON M. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXI.
74271: RICHARDSON, S. T. - The World’s First Railway Jubilee
74326: RICHARDSON, NELSON. M. - Proceedings of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Volume XVI. 16.
74403: RICHARDSON, SAMUEL; - Clarissa. Or, The History of a Young Lady: Comprehending The Most Important Concerns of Private Life. The Fourth Edition. In Eight Volumes.
70064: RICHARDSON, NELSON M. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XVIII.
79054: RICHARDSON, A. E.: - The Old Inns of England. Foreword by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
79053: RICHARDSON, A. E.: - The Old Inns of England. Foreword by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
68830: RICHARDSON, NELSON M.(ED): - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. Volume XIX.
73842: RICHARDSON, JOHN: - The Local Historian’s Encyclopaedia. With new sections by Brian Christmas, Alexander R.Rumble, Alfreda Wilkinson. Section heading illustrations by Jill Dow. Second edition.
73119: RICHMOND, REV.LEGH: - Annals of the Poor.
78443: RICHMOND, MRS.: - In My Lady's Garden. With two Coloured Illustrations by Beatrice Parsons. and Forty-Eight other plates.
60226: RICKARD, THE REV. H.: - Amberley: Its Castle, Church and History. Illustrated with original drawings by the author.
67332: RIDEN, PHILIP: - Local History. A Handbook for Beginners.
61767: RIDLEY, DEBORAH: - A Clare View. Ten Sketches.
72307: RIDLEY, JASPER: - Roundheads.
78530: RIDSELL SMITH, GEOFFREY: TOYNBEE, MARGARET: YOUNG, PETER: - Leaders of the Civil Wars 1642-1648
79034: RILAND BEDFORD, REV. W. K.: - The Blazon of Episcopacy
70698: RILEY, R.C.: - Brighton Line Album.
79150: RILEY, HENRY T.; - The Metamorphoses of Ovid Literally Translated into English Prose, with copious Notes and Explanations.
50041: RINE, JOSEPHINE Z.: - Care and Feeding of Dogs.
75595: RIPMAN, HUJOHN A.; - Guy’s Hospital 1725-1948
78478: RITCHIE, DAVID G.; - Darwinism and Politics.
65842: ROACH, FREDERICK A.: - Hooker’s Finest Fruits. A selection of paintings of fruits by WILLIAM HOOKER (1779-1832), Introduction by William T.Stern. Descriptions by Frederick A. Roach. Signed copy.
67309: ROBBINS, KEITH: - Nineteenth-Century Britain. Integration and Diversity. The Ford Lectures Delivered in the University of Oxford 1986-1987.
79314: ROBBINS, RUSSELL HOPE: - The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology
77215: ROBERT-HOUDIN: FORSTER, JOSEPH: - Card-Sharpers, Their Tricks Exposed. Or, The Art of Always Winning. Translated from the French. With Explanatory Diagrams.
73071: ROBERTS, GEORGE: - The History and Antiquities of the Borough of Lyme Regis and Charmouth. With several embellishments. Limited edition facsimile reprint.
56891: ROBERTS, KENNETH: - Oliver Wiswell.
69153: ROBERTS, J.M.: - Europe 1880 -1945. Second edition. A General History of Europe.
77574: ROBERTS, S. C.; BLACKALL, W. G.; - The Charm of Cambridge. Illustrated by W. G. Blackall.
76592: ROBERTS, PAUL; POWYS; - Becoming Mr. Nobody: The Philosophy and Poetry of John Cowper Powys. Limited numbered edition.
69317: ROBERTS, JOHN L.: - Introduction to Geological Maps and Structures.
76458: ROBERTS, PAUL; POWYS, JOHN COWPER; TROVILLION, HAL, VIOLET; - Powys to the Trovillions. The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Hal W. and Violet Trovillion. Edited by Paul Roberts.
79015: ROBERTSON, WILLIAM: - The Works of William Robertson. To which is prefixed: An Essay on the life and writings of W. Robertson. In Eight Volumes.
68549: ROBERTSON, DORA H.: - Sarum Close. A History of the Life and Education of Cathedral Choristers for 700 years.
78349: ROBERTSON, H. R.: - Plants We Play With.
74446: ROBERTSON, JEAN; - More Adventures of Little Black Nickum. Illustrated by Norman Mommens.
75075: ROBERTSON, BRUCE; - AIRCRAFT CAMOUFLAGE AND MARKINGS 1907-1954. Colour Plates.
62307: ROBERTSON, MARTIN: - Dorset to Gloucestershire. Exploring England’s Heritage. Foreword by Barry Cunliffe.
71326: ROBINSON, ERIC / MUSSON, A.E.: - James Watt and the steam revolution. A documentary history.
74836: ROBINSON, HERBERT C.; - The Birds of The Malay Peninsula. Volume 1: The Commoner Birds. A General account of the Birds inhabiting the region from the Isthmus of Kra to singapore with the adjacent islands.
75833: ROBINSON, EMMA; - Whitefriars; Or, The Days of Charles The Second. An Historical Romance. In Three Volumes. Third Edition.
76093: (ROBINSON,CHARLES) SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE; - The Sensitive Plant. Introduction by Edmund Gosse. De Luxe Edition.
47874: ROBINSON, MRS. - The Graven Palm. A Manual of the Science of Palmistry.
78068: ROBINSON, W. HEATH: - Bill the Minder. Written and illustrated by W. Heath Robinson.
75445: ROBOZ, ZSUZSI; GEBLER DAVIES, STAN; - Chichester 10. Portrait of a Decade. With words by Stan Gebler Davies. SIGNED.
75860: ROCHE, REGINA MARIA; - The Children of The Abbey, A Tale.
68225: ROGERS, NORMAN: - Wessex Dialect.
76813: ROGERS, SAMUEL: - Poems by Samuel Rogers.
77457: ROGERS, WALTER THOMAS; - A Manual of Bibliography: Being an Introduction to the Knowledge of Books, Library Management, and the Art of Cataloguing, with a list of Bibliographical works of reference, a Latin-English and English-Latin topographical index of ancient printing centres and a glossary. With 37 Illustrations. New Edition.
69831: ROGERS, COL.H.: - The Pageant of Heraldry. An Explanation of its Principles and its Uses To-day.
79148: ROGERS, SAMUEL; - Italy, A Poem. With 75 Cuts.
77117: ROGERS, SAMUEL: - Poems by Samuel Rogers.
76976: ROGET, PETER MARK; - Animal and Vegetable Physiology Considered with Reference to Natural Theology. The Bridgewater Treatises on the Power Wisdom and Goodness of God as Manifested in the Creation. Treatise V. In Two Volumes.
77792: ROHDE, ELEANOUR SINCLAIR: - A Garden of Herbs.
74472: ROLLESTON, MRS. J.D.; - The Embroideress 12 Quarterly Parts Collected in one Bound Volume.
79231: ROLLIN, C.; - The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes and Persians, Macedonians, and Grecians. In Eight Volumes. Illustrated with Copper-Plates. The Sixth Edition.
72950: ROLLOS, G.: - An Accurate Map of Brecknockshire, (Breconshire) Divided into its Hundreds, by G.Rollos, Geographer.
69621: ROLT, L.T.C.: - Landscape with Machines. The First Part of his Autobiography.
78536: ROOSEVELT, THEODORE: - Through the Brazilian Wilderness. With illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition.
76378: (114). ROPER, TIMOTHY J.: - Badger. (The New Naturalist 114).
77673: (114). ROPER, TIMOTHY J.: - Badger. (The New Naturalist 114).
78589: ROPER, J.: COLE, G: - Map of Hampshire. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire. With Explanation, Distances, and List of Hundreds.
74498: ROSCOE, T; ROBERTS, DAVID; - The Tourist in Spain. Andalusia. (Jenning's Landscape Annual).
79250: ROSCOE, THOMAS: ELWES, A. T.: JELLICOE, JOHN: - The Pleasant History of Reynard The Fox Translated by the Late Thomas Roscoe. Illustrated with nearly one hundred designs by AT Elwes and John Jellicoe.
78222: ROSCOE, E. (ED): - The Marn’ll Book. Some Particular History, some General Topography, a number of photographs, and some maps, of the Blackmore Vale.
69276: ROSE, MICHAEL E.: - The English Poor Law 1780-1930.
52825: ROSEBERY, LORD: - Chatham His Early Life and Connections
79000: ROSSE, CAPT. EARL OF: HILL, COL. E.R.: - The Story of The Guards Armoured Division.
55668: ROSSITER, JOHN: - The Manipulators.
76712: ROTH, CECIL; - The Casale Pilgrim. A Sixteenth-Century Illustrated Guide to the Holy Places. Reproduced in Facsimile, with Introduction, Translation and Notes by Cecil Roth. Limited numbered edition.
37331: ROTHERY, GUY CADOGAN: - Concise Encyclopedia of Heraldry.
73154: ROTHSCHILD, MIRIAM / CLAY, THERESA: - Fleas Flukes and Cuckoos. (7) (A New Naturalist Special Volume).
73758: ROUD, STEVE: - A Pocket Guide to Superstitions of the British Isles.
76153: ROUNSFELL, J. W.; - On The Road. Journeys of a Tramping Printer.
77541: ROUNTREE, HARRY; JEFFERIES, RICHARD; - Bevis. The Story of a Boy. With an Introduction by E. V. Lucas. With Illustrations by Harry Rowntree.
79171: ROUSE BALL, W. W.: - Mathematical Recreations and Problems of Past and Present Times. Second Edition.
74876: ROUTLEDGE, GEORGE; VARIOUS; - Choice Poems & Lyrics.
79142: ROUTLEDGE, ROBERT: - Discoveries and Inventions of the Nineteenth Century. Containing Four Hundred and Fifty-Six Illustrations.
60500: ROWE, THEO B.: - Greek Syntax and Note Book. For Use in Upper Forms in Schools.
69570: ROWLANDS SMITH, PAMELA: - Out of Time. Tyneham Revisited. (Fiction).
70683: ROWLANDS SMITH, PAMELA: - Out of Time. Tyneham Revisited. (Fiction).
69569: ROWLANDS SMITH, PAMELA: - Out of Time. Tyneham Revisited. (Fiction).
78857: ROWLANDSON, GEORGE DERVILLE: - Baby's Animal Book on Cloth Large Coloured Pages of Favourite Animals.
57278: ROWSE, A.L.: - The English Spirit. Essays in History and Literature.
71374: ROWSE, A.L.: - Robert Stephen Hawker of Morwenstow: A Belated Medieval. An Essay by A.L.Rowse.
69162: ROWSE, A.L.: - The Expansion of Elizabethan England. The Elizabethan Age.
56161: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2005, Vol. 51.
78570: ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS ENGLAND (RCHM): - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. 8 Volumes Complete: Vol.I West; Vol.II South, Parts 1, 2 & 3; Vol.III Central, Parts I & II; Vol.IV North; and Vol.V East.
56151: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1995, Vol. 41.
56149: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1992, Vol. 38.
56160: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2004, Vol. 50.
56158: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2002, Vol. 48.
56152: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1996, Vol. 42.
56150: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1994, Vol. 40.
78573: ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS ENGLAND (RCHM): - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. 8 Volumes Complete: Vol.I West; Vol.II South, Parts 1, 2 & 3; Vol.III Central, Parts I & II; Vol.IV North; and Vol.V East.
56153: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1997, Vol. 43.
56159: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2003, Vol. 49.
56157: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2001, Vol. 47.
56156: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2000, Vol. 46.
78571: ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS ENGLAND (RCHM): - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. 8 Volumes Complete: Vol.I West; Vol.II South, Parts 1, 2 & 3; Vol.III Central, Parts I & II; Vol.IV North; and Vol.V East. In original publisher’s box cases.
79360: RUDDER, SAMUEL: - A New History of Gloucestershire. Comprising the Topography, Antiquities, Curiosities, Produce, Trade and Manufacturers of that county; &c &c... from its First Foundation to the Present Time. with a Copy of The Domeday-Book... Illustrated with a Map of the County...
78360: RUDGE WHITWORTH: - The Rudge Book of The Road.
73607: RUGGLES, ELEANOR: - Prince of Players. Edwin Booth.
75029: RUSHBY, NELLIE P.; - Myself When Young.
77062: RUSSELL, SCOTT; - Mountain Prospect
58496: RUSSELL, BERTRAND: - The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell. 1872 - 1967.
78430: RUSSELL, WILLIAM HOWARD: - The Prince of Wales’ Tour: A Diary In India; With some account of the Visits of His Royal Highness to the Courts of Greece, Egypt, Spain, and Portugal. With illustrations by Sydney P.Hall.
79124: RUSSELL, F. S. / YONGE, C. M.: - The Seas. Our Knowledge of Life in the Sea and How it is Gained. With 384 illustrations 167 of which are in full colour. The Wayside and Woodland Series.
73985: RUSSELL, JOHN MALCOLM: - from Nineveh to New York. The strange story of the Assyrian Reliefs in the Metropolitan Museum and the hidden masterpiece at Canford School. With contributions by Judith McKenzie and Stephanie Dalley.
58501: RUSSELL, BERTRAND: - The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell. 1872 - 1967.
76501: RUSSELL, BERTRAND; POWYS, JOHN COWPER; - Is Modern Marriage A Failure? A Debate. With an introduction by Margaret Moran. Limited Numbered Edition.
75156: RUSSELL, F. S.; YONGE, C. M; - The Seas. Our Knowledge of Life in the Sea and How it is Gained.
73676: RUSSELL, E.J.: - Manuring for Higher Crop Production.
70476: RUSSELL, JOHN MALCOLM: - from Nineveh to New York. The strange story of the Assyrian Reliefs in the Metropolitan Museum and the Hidden Masterpiece at Canford School. With contributions by Judith McKenzie and Stephanie Dalley.
78775: RUTHERFORD, E.: - Radio-Activity
79020: RUTTER, OWEN: - If Crab No Walk: A Traveller in the West Indies. With 35 Illustrations.
78071: RUTTLEGE, HUGH: - Everest 1933.
73894: RYDER, RICHARD D.: - The Calcrafts of Rempstone Hall, The Intriguing History of a Dorset Dynasty
73487: RYDER, RICHARD D.: - The Calcrafts of Rempstone Hall, The Intriguing History of a Dorset Dynasty.
75947: RYLANDS, J. P. (ED.); ST. GEORGE, HENRY; LENNARD, SAMPSON; CAMDEN, WILLIAM; - The Visitation of the County of Dorset, Taken in the Year 1623. The Publications of The Harleian Society. Est. A.D. MDCCCLXIX. Volume XX. (20).
63662: RYLANDS, GEORGE (DADIE): - Rylands. With an introduction (and somewhat besides) by Lord Rothschild. Signed limited edition.
76878: RYMILL, JOHN; STEPHENSON, A.; MILL, HUGH ROBERT; - Southern Lights. The Official Account of the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-1937. With two chapters by A. Stephenson and an Historical Introduction by Hugh Robert Mill.
77932: RYSBRACH, P. A.; BASIRE, J.; - View of Part of Urless Farm in Corscombe Dorsetshire. Original Hand Coloured Engraving. Painted by P.A. Rysbach 1747, Engraved by J. Basire 1815
57808: S. HOOPER - Attractive original engraved VICAR’S HOUSE PORTLAND, DORSETSHIRE.
57809: S. HOOPER - Attractive original engraved A VIEW OF LULWORTH CASTLE, near Dorchester, DORSETSHIRE.
70668: SACKETT, TERENCE: - A Blandford Forum Camera.
60694: SADLER, GEORGE: - Yesterday On The Hill. Memories of Colehill.
40381: SAGE, BRYAN L. / SCOTT, PETER: - A History Of The Birds Of Hertfordshire. Foreword by Peter Scott.
78910: SAINTY, GUY STAIR: - The Orders of Chivalry and Merit of the Bourbon Two Sicilies Dynasty. A Historical Survey with the Statutes and Recent Documents.
55584: SAJOUS, CHARLES E.: - Lectures on the Diseases of the Nose and Throat, Delivered During the Spring Session of Jefferson Medical College.
50662: SALES CATALOGUE - PUGH BROS.(FURNISHING IRONMONGERS): - Dog Grates Specially designed for the Pugh gas fire & used for coal except page 5.
73501: SALGADO, GAMINI: - The Elizabethan Underworld.
55890: SALINGER, PIERRE: - For The Eyes Of The President Only. A Novel.
70088: SANDERSON, ROBERT: - The Story of the Four Eddystone Lighthouses.
79187: SANDERSON, G. P.: - 13 Years Among The Wild Beasts of India: Their Haunts and Habits from Personal Observation; With an account of the Modes of Capturing and Taming Elephants. Second Edition.
78344: SANGER, WILLIAM W.: - The History of Prostitution: It’s Extent, Causes, and Effects Throughout The World. With Numerous Editorial Notes and Appendix. New Edition.
55724: SANSOM, WILLIAM: - Hans Feet in Love.
74158: SAUNDERS, FRANK: - Torn Lace Curtain. With James Southwood.
69082: SAURAT, DENIS: - Gods of the People.
78255: SAVAGE, JAMES: - The History of Dorchester. During the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman Periods, with an Account of its Present State.
73589: SAVAGE, KATHARINE: - The History of World Religions. Maps by Richard Natkiel.
76896: SAVAGE, DONALD E.; RUSSELL, DONALD E.; - Mammalian Paleofaunas of the World
78382: SAVAGE, JAMES: - History of the Hundred of Carhampton. In the County of Somerset, From the Best Authorities, By the Author of The History of Taunton.
76111: SAVAGE-LANDOR, A. HENRY: - Across Unknown South America. With 2 Maps, 8 Coloured Plates, and 260 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author. In Two Volumes.
62332: SAVILLE, R.J.: - A History of the Church in Langton Matravers.
67826: SAVILLE, MALCOLM: - King of Kings.
78564: SAVILLE KENT, W.: - A Manual of the Infusoria: Including a description of all known Flagellate, Ciliate, and Tentaculiferous Protozoa, British and Foreign, and an account of the organization and affinities of the sponges. In Three Volumes.
78196: SAVORY, THEODORE H.: - The Spiders and Allied Orders of the British Isles. The Wayside & Woodland Series. Comprising Descriptions of Every Family of British Spiders, Every Species of Harvestman and False Scorpion and the More Familiar of the British Mites.
75545: SAWYER, FRANK; - The Life of a River and Its Trout Fishery. With new intro by Sidney Vines and Illustrated by Charles Jardine.
79059: SAXBY WRYDE J.: - British Lighthouses Their History and Romance. With 73 Illustrations.
74733: SAXELBY, F.OUTWIN; HARDY, THOMAS; - A Thomas Hardy Dictionary. The Characters and Scenes of the Novels and Poems Alphabetically Arranged and Described.
76829: SAXTON / HOLE: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Shropshire. Salopiae.
75865: SAXTON KIP - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Dorset. “Dorcestriae. Comitatis Vulgo Dorsett. Vbi olim Durotriges Insederunt.”
76830: SAXTON / KIPP: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Norfolk. Norfolciae.
72951: SAXTON, C.: - Denbigh. Comitatus Pars olim Ordovicum.
73363: SAYERS, DOROTHY L.: - Lord Peter Views the Body. Sayers, one of her favourite ‘Lord Peter’ detective short stories. Cheap edition.
78355: SCHAFFER, MRS. CHARLES: - Alpine Flora of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Illustrated with Water-Colour Drawings and Photographs.
53732: SCHAPERA, I. (ED.) - The Bantu-Speaking Tribes of South Africa. An Ethnographical Survey.
61477: SCHEURLEER, TH. H.LUNSINGH: - Camera Studies of European Sculpture and Craftsmanship.
75838: SCHILLER, FREDERICK; - The Robbers. A Tragedy. Translated From The German. The Third Edition, Corrected and Improved.
74973: SCHLAEFLI, ROBIN; - Emergency Sahib. Of Queen’s, Sikhs and The Dagger Division. SIGNED.
74460: SCHMITZ, L. DORA (ED); - Miscellaneous Travels of J. W. Goethe. Comprising Letter from Switzerland; The Campaign in France, 1792; The Seige of Mainz; And A Tour on The Rhine, Maine, and Neckar, 1814-15.
71981: SCHREIBER, HERMANN: - The History of Roads. From Amber Route to Motorway. Translated by Stewart Thomson.
79271: SCHULTZ, J. W.: - My Life as an Indian. The Story of a Red Woman and White Man in the Lodges of the Blackfeet. Illustrated from photographs mostly by George Bird Grinnell.
50712: SCHWANN, DUNCAN / SNELL, OLIVE (ILL.): - The Book of a Bachelor.
76883: SCHWARZ, E. H. L.; - Causal Geology
47228: SCORE, G.F.: - A guide to Wimborne Minster. Its Monuments and Curiosities.
79351: SCOTT, SIR WALTER: - The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott. Complete in One Volume.
79181: SCOTT, WALTER: - Rokeby. A Poem. The Second Edition.
74821: SCOTT, MICHAEL; POULTER, RICHARD; - Motocourse. The World’s Leading Road Racing Annual.
79232: SCOTT, SIR WALTER: - The Waverley Novels Complete in 25 Volumes. The Melrose Edition.
76009: SCOTT, SIR WALTER; - The Lay of the Last Ministrel; Rokeby; Marmion & The Lady of the Lake. Four Volumes Bound in Decorative Leather.
78859: SCOTT, WALTER: - Waverley Novels. Complete in 48 Volumes.
78732: SCOTT, SIR WALTER: - Kenilworth
62447: SCOTT-GILES, C.W.: - Motley Heraldry by the Fool of Arms edited by C.W.Scott-Giles.
78811: SCOTT, CAPTAIN R. F.; HUXLEY; LEONARD; MARKHAM, SIR CLEMENTS R.; - Scott's Last Expedition. Vol.I - Being the Journals of Capt. R. F. Scott. Vol.II - Being the reports of the journeys & the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E. A.Wilson and the surviving Members of the Expedition. In Two Volumes.
76411: SCOTT, R; - Original Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map of Cumberland. With Reference to the Wards, and With a View of Carlisle from the North-East.
79353: SCOTT, SIR WALTER: - The Lay Of The Last Minstrel, A Poem. The Eleventh Edition.
76760: SCOTT, J. M.: - Portrait of an Ice Cap. With Human Figures.
77118: SCOTT, SIR WALTER; - The Vision of Don Roderick, The Field of Waterloo, and Other Poems. Fourth Edition.
75895: (SCOTT, R. F.;) - Scott's Last Expedition. The Personal journals of Captain R. F. Scott on his journey to the South Pole. Introduction by Sir V. Fuchs.
46738: ( SCOUTING ) - The Diamond Jubilee Book of Scouting 1907-1967
75675: SCRIVEN, GORDON; - A Brief History of the Parish Church of St. Mary, Weymouth. For Guidance of Visitors.
74543: SEAGO, E./ MASEFIELD, JOHN: - The Country Scene. In Poems and Pictures.
59099: SEALSFIELD, CHARLES: - The Cabin Book: or National Characteristics. Translated from the German by Sarah Powell.
55719: SEAMAN, DONALD: - The Bomb That Could Lip Read.
75991: SEEKINGS, JOHN: - Thomas Hardy's Brewer. the Story of Eldridge, Pope & Co
56094: SEITZ, RAYMOND: - Over Here.
55720: SELA, OWEN: - The Bearer Plot.
73425: SELL, G. (ED): - Handbook of the Petroleum Industry. A Newnes Industrial Handbook. Edited by G.Sell and H.A.Dossett.
77939: SELLER, JOHN; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Dorsetshire. Hand coloured. With list of hundreds. Showing Miles from the Meridian & Paralel of London.
77950: SELLER, JOHN; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Dorsetshire. Hand coloured. With list of hundreds. Showing Miles from the Meridian & Paralel of London.
78981: SENIOR. W: (& OTHERS) - The Royal River: The Thames From Source To Sea Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial.
78081: SEREL, THOMAS; - Historical Notes on the Church of Saint Cuthbert, in Wells; The Priory of St. John, College of La Mountery, and Chapels Formerly at Southover, Southway, Polsham, and Chilcote.
48923: SERJEANT, R. B.: - Money from Mink.
74002: SERPA, LOUISE L.: - Rodeo. Photographs and text by Louise L.Serpa. Notes by Larry McMurtry.
54115: SETA, A. DELLA: - Religion & Art. A Study in the Evolution of Sculpture, Painting and Architecture. Preface by Mrs. A. Strong.
56830: SEVERN, DAVID: - Hermit in the Hills.
50569: SEWELL, GORDON: - A Wessex Notebook. Houses and People.
79331: SEWELL, ANNA; SCRIVENER, MAUDE: - Black Beauty. The Autobiography of a Horse. Illustrated by by Maude Scrivener.
74066: SEYMOUR, MIRANDA: - Robert Graves Life on the Edge.
63849: SEYMOUR, WILLIAM: - Battles in Britain. 1066-1547 and 1642-1746. Two volumes.
75583: SHACKLETON, E.H.: - The Heart of the Antarctic. Being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907-1909. With an Introduction by Hugh Robert Mill. An account of the first journey to the South Magnetic Pole by professor T.W. Edgeworth David. Two Volumes.
76749: SHACKLETON, EDWARD: - Arctic Journeys. The Story of the Oxford University Ellesmere Land Expedition 1934-5. Preface by LORD TWEEDSMUIR.
78070: SHACKLETON, ERNEST: - South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917. Illustrated.
47787: SHACKLEY, MYRA: - Environmental Archaeology.
78556: SHADBOLT, SYDNEY H.: - The Afghan Campaigns of 1878-1880 Compiled from official and private sources. Historical Division.
79367: SHAKESPEARE: KNIGHT, CHARLES: - The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakespeare. Edited by CHARLES KNIGHT. Including A Biography. The Second Edition, Revised. Complete in Eight Volumes.
78962: SHAKESPEARE: LAMB, CHARLES & MARY: PRICE, NORMAN: - Tales from Shakespeare. Illustrated by Norman Price.
74975: SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM; GILBERT, JOHN; - The Songs and Sonnets of Shakespeare. (Shakespeare’s Songs and Sonnets)
77855: SHAKESPEARE; COWDEN CLARKE, CHARLES AND MARY; - The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited with a scrupulous revision of the text.
74713: SHANKS, NIALL: - God, the Devil, and Darwin A Critique of Intelligent Design Theory. Foreword by Richard Dawkins
55096: SHARP, WILLIAM: - Literary Geography.
78203: SHARPE, R. BOWDLER: - Wonders of the Bird World. With illustrations by A. T. Elwes.
79005: SHARPE GREW, EDWIN & MARION: - Rambles in Holland One Illustration in Colour by D. Macpherson, 32 from photographs and a map.
62294: SHAW, CHRISTINE / SHAW, GRAHAM: - The Dorset Garden Guide.
77471: SHAW, BYAM (ILLS.) / STEEL, FLORA ANNIE: - The Adventures of Akbar.
79299: SHAW, VERO: - The Illustrated Book of the Dog. With an Appendix on Canine Medicine and Surgery by Gordon STABLES.
76668: SHEARMAN, M. / RYE, W.: - ATHLETICS AND FOOTBALL. With a Contribution on Paper-Chasing, by W. Rye (Badminton Library). Introd. by Sir R. Webster.
75448: SHELDRICK, DAPHNE; - An African Love Story. Love, Life and Elephants.
78967: (SHEPARD, E. H.) MILNE, A. A.: - Winnie The Pooh Collection. Four Books; Winnie the Pooh, House at Pooh Corner; When We Were Very Young, Now We Are Six.
79452: (SHEPARD, E. H.) MILNE, A. A.: - Winnie The Pooh Collection. Four Books; When We Were Very Young, Winnie the Pooh, House at Pooh Corner; Now We Are Six. With Dustwrappers.
62330: SHERRY, DESMOND: - Round and About Purbeck. A Fieldwork Companion Book.
78507: SHERWOOD, JANE: LAWRENCE, T. E.: - Post-Mortem Journal Communications from T. E. Lawrence.
67772: SHIPP, HORACE: - Leeway.
74776: SHORE, W. TEIGNMOUTH; - Trial of Frederick Guy Browne and William Henry Kennedy. Notable British Trials.
75087: SHORES, CHRISTOPHER F.; - Pictorial History of the Mediterranean Air War. Volume 1: RAF 1940-43 AND Volume 2: RAF 1943-45. Two Volumes.
78240: SHORT, BASIL: - A Respectable Society Bridport 1593-1835.
65191: SHORT, BERNARD C.: - Early Days of Nonconformity in Poole.
43454: SHUTE, NEVIL: - Stephen Morris. A Novel.
64871: SIDGWICK, F. (ED): - The Nut-Brown Maid.
76280: SIEGER, JOSHUA; - I Was There. An Autobiography.
77737: (63) SIMMS, ERIC: - British Thrushes. (The New Naturalist 63).
50220: SIMON, MARON J.: - New York - This Way. A Guide.
71921: SIMPSON, W.DOUGLAS: - Earldom of Mar. A sequel to ‘The Province of Mar’. Aberdeen University Studies No.124.
71864: SIMPSON, W.DOUGLAS: - Castles in Britain.
71928: SIMPSON, H.F.MORLAND: - Bon Record. Records and Reminiscences of Aberdeen Grammar School from the earliest times by many writers. In commemoration of the Thirteenth Jubilee of the School 1256-1906. With two photogavure portraits and other illustrations.
72845: SIMPSON, SIR JOHN W.: - Some Account of the Old Hall of Lincoln’s Inn.
76801: SIMPSON, C. J. W. COMMANDER; - North Ice The British North Greenland Expedition. Drawings by Ann Simpson.
73327: SINCLAIR WILLIAMS, C.L.: - Puddletown. House Street and Family. An Account of the Inhabitants of Piddletown Parish 1724 Dorsetshire.
75715: SINCLAIR WILLIAMS, C.L.: - Puddletown. House Street and Family. An Account of the Inhabitants of Piddletown Parish 1724 Dorsetshire.
75693: SINCLAIR, ARCHIBALD; HENRY, WILLIAM; - SWIMMING. (The Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes).
78391: SINCLAIR, JOANNES: DUNDAS: - Disputatio Juridica, Ad. Tit. XI. Lib. III. Inst. De Acquisitione per Adrogationem. Quam, Favente Numine, Ex Auctoritate Clarissimi ac Consultissimi Viri D. Henrici Dundas, De Arniston Junoris, Regii apud Scotos Advocati, & Inclytae Facultatis Juridicae Decani; Nec Non Ex ejusdem FACULTATIS Consensu et Decreto; Pro ADVOCATI Munere consequendo, Publicae Disquisitioni subjicit.
67353: SINGH, BAWA SATINDER (ED): - The Letters of the First Viscount Hardinge of Lahore to Lady Hardinge and Sir Walter and Lady James 1844-1847. Camden Fourth Series Volume 32.
50643: SITWELL, OSBERT: - Wrack at Tidesend. A Book of Balnearics. Being the second volume of “England Reclaimed”.
54842: SITWELL, MAJOR-GENERAL H.D.W.: - The Crown Jewels and other Regalia in the Tower of London. Edited by Clarence Winchester.
75538: SITWELL, EDITH; - The Canticle of the Rose. Selected Poems 1920-1947.
58259: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL: - The Hunters and the Hunted.
65799: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL: - An Indian Summer. 100 recent poems.
58544: SITWELL, OSBERT: - The Four Continents. Being More Discursions on Travel, Art and Life.
54783: SITWELL, EDITH: - A Notebook on William Shakespeare.
74331: SKELTON, JOHN - Summers and Winters at Balmawhapple A Second Series of The Table-Talk of Shirley by John Skelton C.B.LL.D. TWO VOLUMES.
72831: SKELTON, JOHN: - A Selection of His Poems. Edited with an Introduction by Roland Gant.
65461: SKINNER, H.J.: - The Cottage on the Cliff, etc.
79320: SKINNER, V. R.: - Oil Paintings in Public Ownership in Dorset The Public Catalogue Foundation.
72805: SKINNER, MARTYN: - Letters to Malaya. Written to Alexander Nowell M.C.S. of Ipoh.
65382: SKRINE, HENRY: - Two Successive Tours of Wales. Two successive tours throughout the whole of Wales with several of the adjacent English counties; so as to form a Comprehensive View of the picturesque beauty, the peculiar manners, and the fine remains of Antiquity, in that interesting part of the British Island.
79003: SLADEN, DOUGLAS: LORIMER, NORMA: - Queer Things About Japan & More Queer Things About Japan. With Seven Coloured Pages and End Papers and Thirty Full-Page Illustrations by the Celebrated Hokusai, never before reproduced in England. TWO VOLUMES.
65012: SLATER, JOHN ROTHWELL: - Printing and the Renaissance: a paper read before the Fortnightly Club of Rochester, New York by John Rothwell Slater. Limited edition.
77269: SLATER, PHILEMON; - History of the Ancient Parish of Guiseley. With Introductory Chapters on The Antiquities of the District. Illustrated by H. Sheppard Dale and S. J. Hodson.
55889: SLAUGHTER, FRANK G.: - Code Five.
70943: SLOAN, ALEC M.: - Those WERE the Days. A controversial chronicle and challenging commentary on 20th century local government characters and events.
67701: SLOSSON, PRESTON WILLIAM: - Europe Since 1870. With a foreword by James T.Shotwell.
56184: SLOSSON, ANNIE TRUMBULL & CLARK, IMOGEN: - Fishin’ Jimmy and Other Stories. With illustrations.
56807: SMALL COLLECTION OF PLATES OF FOOTBALL TEAMS - From: "Association Football". Queen's Park Rangers F.C.,1905-6
56808: SMALL COLLECTION OF PLATES OF FOOTBALL TEAMS - From: "Association Football". Middlesbrough F.C.,1905-6
55725: SMALLEY, PETER: - A Warm Gun.
78261: SMEDLEY, JOHN: - Practical Hydropathy. (Not the cold water system) Including plans of baths and remarks on diet, clothing and habits of life. With simple directions... Fifteenth Edition, Eighty-Fifth thousand.
72708: SMILES, SAMUEL: - The Lives of George and Robert Stephenson. Introduction by Eric de Maré. Facsimile reprint.
71990: SMIT, TIM: - Eden.
78475: SMITH, CHARLES H.: BECCALONI, GEORGE: - Natural Selection and Beyond. The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace. Edited by C.H. Smith and G. Beccaloni.
78577: SMITH, C.: - A New Map of Hampshire Divided into Hundreds. Original Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map of Hampshire. With Reference and Explanation.
78871: SMITH, C: - A New Map of the County of Sussex. Divided into Rapes & Hundreds, and the Parliamentary Divisions. (Smith’s)
69775: SMITH, GRAHAM: - Hampshire & Dorset Shipwrecks.
77717: SMITH, K. M.; MARKHAM, R: - Mumps Measels & Mosaics (10) (The New Naturalist Monograph 10).
74179: SMITH, R.BOSWORTH: - Bird Life and Bird Lore. With illustrations.
66610: SMITH, GAYNOR: - Give Me Five Minutes. The story of Sidney.
74467: SMITH, A.J.E; - The Moss Flora of Britain and Ireland.
43369: SMITH, LESLIE: - Stories of Bournemouth and its Hinterland. Immaculate Centres of Romance. Hardy Country - Wiltshire Downs- New Forest.
54586: SMITH, ELIZA: - The Compleat Housewife. Facsimile edition.
79128: SMITH, B. WEBSTER: - The World in the Past. A Popular Account of What it was Like and What it Contained. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
77174: SMITH, W.H.; - The World's Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft.
49508: SMITH, H.P.: - Scaplen’s Court. Poole’s First town Hall & The Guildhall of the Fraternity of St. George. Foreword by Alderman H.S. Carter, J.P., Mayor of Poole.
79126: SMITH, B. WEBSTER: - The World in the Past. A Popular Account of What it was Like and What it Contained. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
79471: SMITH, FREDERICK W.: - The Florists' Museum: A Register of the Newest and Most Beautiful Varieties of Florists’ Flowers.
73461: SMITH, CLYDE H.: - Vermont. A Scenic Discovery. Introduction by Brian Vachon.
44885: SMITH, MRS. A. MURRAY ( E. T. BRADLEY): - The Roll-Call of Westminster Abby.
67637: SNEDDON, A.: - ‘The Square’ Puddletown. Original line-wash painting.
74352: SNELL, F.J.; - Memorials of Old Somerset
56081: SNELLING, LAURENCE: - The Heresy
76015: SNIFT, DEAN; FRASER, JAMES BAILLIE; - A Pinch-Of Snuff: AND; The Khan’s Tale. Composed of Curious Particulars and Original Anecdotes of Snuff Taking; as well as A Review of Snuff, Snuff-Boxes, Snuff-Shops, Snuff-Takers, and Snuff-Papers. With Moral and Physical Effects of Snuff. Two Volumes in One.
79057: SNOOK, JOHN: - Malta Siege Verse 1941 - 1942 - 1943
74031: SOBEL, DAVA: - Galileo’s Daughter. A Drama of Science, Faith and Love.
72840: SOBOLEFF, I.S.K.: - Cossack at Large. Signed copy.
78205: SOLLAS, W. J.: - Ancient Hunters And Their Modern Representatives.
71469: SOLLY, N. NEAL: - Memoir of the Life of William James Muller. A native of Bristol. Landscape and figure painter. With original letters and an account of his travels and of his principal works. Illustrated with Photographs from Paintings and Sketches by the Artist’s own hand.
63932: SOMERSET ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY: - Birds of Somerset.
52245: SOMERSET ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. - BIRDS OF SOMERSET.
62343: SOTHCOTT, B.L.: - Best Beaches. Hants and Dorset.
61316: SOULE, RICHARD: - A Dictionary of English Synonyms and Synonymous Expressions. Designed as a guide to apt and varied diction. New Edition, revised and enlarged by Alfred Dwight Sheffield.
75159: SOUTH, RICHARD: - The Butterflies of the British Isles. With accurately coloured figures of every species and many varieties also drawings of Egg, Caterpillar, Chrysalis, and Food-Plant. And including the new Generic Names. Edited and Revised by H. M. Edelstein. The Wayside and Woodland Series
75158: SOUTH, RICHARD: - The Moths of the British Isles. The Wayside and Woodland Series. A Handy pocket guide with descriptive text. First Series; The Families Sphingidae to Noctuidae. With coloured figures and drawings of early stages. Edited and revised by H. M. Edelston and D. S. Fletcher. Second Series; Comprising the families Lasiocampidae to Hepialidae. Two volumes.
50383: SOUTHWELL SMITH - - Brief Memorials of Reginald Southwell Smith. Canon of Salisbury, and for 60 years Rector of West Stafford, Dorset. Born at Sydling St. Nicholas,August 18th,1809. Died at Stafford Rectory, Dec.28th.1895. Printed “In Memoriam”: Canon Reginald Southwell Smith, by this Son, Reginald Bosworth Smith.
71558: SOWERBY, JOHN E. / JOHNSON, C.P.: - British Wild Flowers, Illustrated by John E.Sowerby. Described, with an introduction and a Key to the Natural Orders, by C.P.Johnson. Re-Issue: To which is now added A Supplement containing 180 figures of lately discovered flowering plants, by John W. SALTER. and The Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, by John E.SOWERBY.
74533: SOWERBY, JOHN E. / JOHNSON, C.P.: - British Wild Flowers, Illustrated by John E.Sowerby. Described, with an introduction and a Key to the Natural Orders, by C.P.Johnson. Re-Issue: To which is now added A Supplement containing 180 figures of lately discovered flowering plants, by John W. SALTER. and The Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, by John E.SOWERBY.
75967: SOWERBY, JOHN E. / JOHNSON, C. PIERPOINT: - British Wild Flowers, Illustrated by John E.Sowerby. Described, with an introduction and a Key to the Natural Orders, by C.P.Johnson. To which is now added A Supplement containing 180 figures of lately discovered flowering plants, by John W. SALTER. and The Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, by John E. SOWERBY.
74091: SPALDING, FRANCES: - Magnificent Dreams. Burne-Jones and the Late Victorians.
52586: SPARKS B W & WEST R G - The Ice Age in Britain
72211: SPARROW: - John of Gaunt’s Kitchen, Dorsetshire. Published Jan 11th 1786 by S.Hooper.
78803: SPCK, SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE; - The Book of Common Prayer & Hymns Ancient & Modern. And Administration of the Sacraments and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of The United Church of England and Ireland, together with The Psalter or Psalms of David... and the Consecrating of Bishops, Priests and Deacons. PLUS Hymns, Complete Edition. Two Volumes In One.
76833: SPEED, JOHN: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Stafford. Countie and Towne with the Ancient Citie LITCHFIELD described.
78856: SPEED, JOHN: - The Historie of Great Britaine Under the Conquests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans, Their Originals, Manners, Habits,... The Second Edition.
77727: SPEED, JOHN: - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF DEVONSHIRE.
78599: SPEED, JOHN: - Hantshire, Described and Divided. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire. With Plan of Winchester, Arms of Nobles and Description of County on rear. Double-Glazed.
75881: SPEED; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Dorset. Dorsetshyre. “With the Shyre-towne Dorchester described, as also the Armes of such Noble families as have bene honoured with the Titles there of since the Normans Conquest to this present Anno 1610.
77161: SPEED, JOHN: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Nottingham. “The Countie of Nottingham described, The Shire Towns Situation and The Earls There of observed.
76834: SPEED, JOHN: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Shropshire. Described the Sittuation of Shrowesbury shewed, With the Arms of thos Earles, and other things observed...
77830: SPEED, JOHN: - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF WILTSHIRE. Published by Sudbury and Humble
78601: SPEEDE, JOHN: - Herefordshire, Described with the true plot of the City Hereford. As Also the Armes of thos Nobles that have bene intitled with that Dignitye. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Herefordshire. With, Arms of Nobles and County Crest. Plan of County Town and illustration of the Battle between Pembroke and Ormond. Illustrations of Scribes to bottom corners.
78939: SPEEDE, JOHN: - (Map of) Buckingham, Both Shyre and Shire-Towne describ. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Buckinghamshire. With, Arms of Nobles and County Crest. & Plan of County Town & Reading (Redding). Illustrations of Cherubim to sides.
78938: SPEEDE, JOHN: - (Map of) Anglesey, Antiently Called Mona. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Anglesey. With, Arms of Nobles and County Crest. & Plan of County Town. Illustrations of Scribes to bottom corners.
70964: SPENCE, BILL: - Harpooned. The Story of Whaling.
58497: SPENCE, KEITH: - Companion Guide to Kent and Sussex.
67751: SPENCER, CLAIRE: - Gallows’ Orchard. A novel.
68881: SPICER, ANDREW (ED): - Southern History. A Review of the History of Southern England. Volume 30 2008.
77002: SPILSBURY, J. (SCULPT.); BOYDELL, J. (PUB.); - Prints from Antique Gems, A collection of thirty-two prints from antique gems in the collections of the Right Honourable Earl Percy, the Honourable C.F. Greville, and T.M. Slade, Esquire. 1785.
58612: SPINOLA, GEORGE: - Rules To Get Children By with Handsome Faces. Reprinted from the original edition of 1642.
79033: SPRAKE, LESLIE (”MIDDLE WALLOP”): - The Art of Dog Training For the House-Dog and Gun-Dog. With notes on field trials, kennel management, breeding and minor ailments. Illustrated from Photographs. The Sports and Pastimes Library.
61173: SPRIGGS, MATTHEW: - Archaeology and Anthropology. BAR Supplementary Series 19.
69847: SPRINGER, MARLENE: - Hardy’s Use of Allusion.
65648: SPURGEON, C.H.: - John Ploughman’s Talk; or, Plain Advice for Plain People. Illustrated edition.
55797: SPY. (SIR LESLIE WARD): - “C.U.B.C.” ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Men of the Day. - No.DCCLXXVII. William Dudley Ward.
63712: SPY: - John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Signed by the subject.
62239: SPY: - "Secretary for Scotland'" Vanity Fair. August 14. 1902.
62238: SPY: - “G.W.R.” Vanity Fair. Nov. 20. 1902.
55800: SPY. (SIR LESLIE WARD): - “The Prince of Monaco”. ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Princes.- No.XXII. The Prince of Monaco
62240: SPY: - “orthodoxy” Vanity Fair. Oct 30.1902.
76837: ST. JOHN, CHARLES; - Natural History & Sport in Moray. Author of ‘Wild Sports of the Highlands,’ ‘Tour in Sutherland,’ Etc.
74900: ST. JOHN, CHARLES; - Sketches of the Wild Sports & Natural History of The Highlands. Illustrated Edition.
79465: ST. JOHN WEBB, MARION: TARRANT, MARGARET W.: - The House Fairies Verses by M. St. John Webb, Illustrations by M.W. Tarrant.
79467: ST. JOHN WEBB, MARION: TARRANT, MARGARET W.: - The Flower Fairies Verses by M. St. John Webb, Illustrations by M.W. Tarrant.
79466: ST. JOHN WEBB, MARION: TARRANT, MARGARET W.: - The Wild-Fruit Fairies Verses by M. St. John Webb, Illustrations by M.W. Tarrant.
77591: ST. AUGUSTINE, BISHOP OF HIPPO: - Confessions. Based on a Translation by J. G. Pilkington, Edited by Justin Lovill, with and Introduction by J. Enoch Powell. With Wood-Engravings by Simon Brett.
77720: STAMP, SIR DUDLEY: - Nature Conservation in Britain. With a list of Conservation Areas in England, Wales and Scotland compiled by James Fisher, Deputy Chairman, the Countryside Commission. (The New Naturalist No. 49).
65624: STAMP, SIR DUDLEY: - Nature Conservation in Britain With a list of Conservation Areas in England, Wales and Scotland compiled by James Fisher, Deputy Chairman, the Countryside Commission. (The New Naturalist No. 49).
77756: (31) STAMP, L. D: - Man & the Land. (The New Naturalist 31).
77705: STAMP, L. DUDLEY: - Britain's Structure and Scenery. (The New Naturalist 4).
70459: STANFORD, S.C.: - Croft Ambrey. Excavations carried out for the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club (Herefordshire) 1960-1966.
78383: STANHOPE, EUGENIA: MATY, M. DR.: - Letters & Miscellaneous Works. Four Volumes: Letters Written by the Late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to His Son Philip Stanhope Esq., In Two Vols. AND Miscellaneous Works of the Late Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, In Two Vols.
77779: STANLEY, HENRY M.: - In Darkest Africa. Or: The Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria. With one hundred and fifty woodcut illustrations and maps. Third Edition. In Two Volumes Complete.
77795: STANLEY, HENRY M.: - In Darkest Africa. Or: The Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria. With one hundred and fifty woodcut illustrations and maps. Third Edition. In Two Volumes Complete.
79201: STANTON WHITFIELD, A.: - Thomas Hardy. The Artist, the Man and the Disciple of Destiny. A Lecture delivered before La Societe Internationale De Philologie, Science et Beaux-Arts, on April 11, 1921. With an introduction by Sir John Alexander Cockburn.
66531: STANTON WHITFIELD, A.: - Thomas Hardy. The Artist, the Man and the Disciple of Destiny. A Lecture delivered before La Societe Internationale De Philologie, Science et Beaux-Arts, on April 11, 1921. With an introduction by Sir John Alexander Cockburn.
68783: STARK, JAMES / MILLER, WILLIAM: - Carrow Bridge, Norwich.
76317: STARK, FREYA: - Turkey. A Sketch of Turkish History by Freya Stark. Photographs by Fulvio Roiter. With 168 plates. 25 in Colour.
76310: STARK, FREYA; - A Peak in Darien. Illustrated with Wood Engravings by Reynolds Stone.
76298: STARK FREYA / STONE, REYNOLDS: - The Zodiac Arch.
76301: STARK, FREYA; MOOREHEAD, LUCY; - Letters. IV. Volume Four. Bridge of the Levant. 1940-43.
54616: STARK, FREYA: - “ Lunch with Homer “(3 pages). In: ENCOUNTER. March 1968. Vol. 30. No. 3
76311: STARK, FREYA; - The Minaret of Djam. An Excursion in Afghanistan.
76302: STARK, FREYA; MOOREHEAD, LUCY; - Letters. VI. Volume SIX. The Broken Road. 1947-52.
76305: STARK, FREYA; - Alexander's Path. From Caria to Cilicia.
76309: STARK, FREYA; - Riding To The Tigris.
77361: STATHAM, COL. J. C. B.: - With My Wife Across Africa By Canoe and Caravan. 3 Maps and 55 Illustrations.
78729: STAUB, HERBERT ULRICH: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - Sir Winston Churchill, Versuch eines Portraits. With dedicatory inscription to Baroness Churchill by the Author.
75717: STEBBING, E. P. - JUNGLE BY-WAYS IN INDIA "Leaves from the Notebook of a Sportsman and a Naturalist" with numerous photographs and sketches by the author.
78350: STEEL, F.A. / GARDINER, G.: - The Complete Indian Housekeeper and Cook. Giving the duties of Mistress and Servants the general management of the house and practical recipes for cooking in all its branches. New edition.
77760: (25) STEERS, J.A.: - The Sea Coast. (The New Naturalist 25).
70921: STEFANSSON, VILHJALMUR: - My Life With The Eskimos. With Forewords by Henry Fairfield Osborn and Reginald Walter Brock. New edition, revised and abridged.
56886: STEINBECK, JOHN: - The Moon is Down.
61317: STEINBERG, S.H. / EVANS, I.H. (EDS): - Steinberg’s Dictionary of British History. Second edition.
75107: STENNING, CANON E.H.; - The County Books. Isle of Man.
79125: STEP, EDWARD: - Bees, Wasps, Ants & Allied Insects of the British Isles. Wayside & Woodland Series.
79115: STEP, EDWARD; - Wayside and Woodland Blossoms. A Guide to British Wild-Flowers, with clear descriptions of 394 species. First, Second, and Third Series. Complete 3 Volumes. New Editions.
79120: STEP, EDWARD: - Animal Life of the British Isles. A Guide to the mammals, reptiles and batrachians. Wayside and Woodland Series.
79117: STEP, EDWARD: - Shell Life. An Introduction to the British Mollusca. Revised by A. Laurence Wells. With upwards of six hundred illustrations 188 of which prepared in colour by W. J. Stokoe.
79118: STEP, EDWARD: - Wayside and Woodland Trees. A Pocket Guide to the British Sylva. The Wayside & Woodland Series. Also Pictorial Keys of Leaves and Buds to Facilitate Identification.
79119: STEP, EDWARD: - Wayside and Woodland Ferns. A Guide to British Ferns Horsetails and Club-Mosses. With coloured figures of every species by Mabel E.Step and sixty-seven photographs by the author.
79080: STEPHEN, JAMES KENNETH: - Lapsus Calami and Other Verses.
75279: STERN, ROBERT C.; - The Hunter Hunted Submarine Versus Submarine Encounters from World War I to the Present.
76020: STERRY, WASEY - Annals of The King's College of Our Lady of Eton Beside Windsor.
78453: STEUART, MARIA: - Modern Daughters.
69818: STEVENS, PHILIP: - The Leicester Line. A History of the Old Union and Grand Union Canals. With 17 plates and 6 text illustrations including maps.
74619: STEVENS, GEO. ALEX; - A Lecture on Heads, With Additions by Mr. Pilon; as delivered by Mr. Charles Lee Lewes, To which is added An Essay on Satire. With Forty-Seven Heads by Nesbit, from Designs by Thurston.
44820: STEVENSON, R.L. / ARDIZZONE (ILL.): - Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes.
70077: STEVENSON, J.: - The Catacombs. Rediscovered monuments of early Christianity.
78031: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS; - The Pavilion on the Links. Illustrated by Gordon Browne, R.I.
79325: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: - The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. AND Prince Otto. With Illustrations by Edmund J. Sillivan. Two Volumes in One. Macmillan’s Illustrated Pocket Classics.
44449: STEVENSON INTEREST - DOUGLAS, SIR G. (ED.): - A Cadger’s Creel. The Book of the Robert Louis Stevenson Club Bazaar.
54356: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: - Familar Studies of Men and Books.
77279: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: - The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. With Custom Shelf. 20 Volumes. In Custom Wooden Presentation Shelf. “British Books” Edition.
66026: STEWART, SEUMAS: - Book Collecting. A Beginner’s Guide.
64102: STEWART, MARY: - Airs Above the Ground.
69979: STINTON, JUDITH: - Under Black Ven. Mary Anning’s Story.
71380: STOATE, T.L.: - Dorset Tudor Subsidies. Granted in 1523, 1543, 1593.
73964: STOBART, J.C.: - The Grandeur that was Rome. With numerous illustrations. A Survey of Roman Culture and Civilisation. Third edition revised by F.N.Pryce.
75438: STOCKDALE, LOUISE; - Waiting For Charon. Poems and Illustrations by Louise Stockdale. SIGNED.
78865: STOCKDALE: - Stockdale's Peerage of The United Kingdom, for the Year 1833; With the Arms of the Peers and a List of Their Second Titles. To which are Prefixed, The Established Order of Presidencey, and An English Translation of the Mottoes.
77091: STODDART, JOSEPH CHARLES; - Voluntary Controlled Alveolar Hyperventilation in Man. Thesis for Degree of M.D.
63995: STOKER, HUGH: - South Dorset Walks. A guide to twenty superb walks in South Dorset, including Circular Walks for Motorists; Nature Trails and Forest Walks; Old Packhorse Trails and Cliff Tracks...Area Covered: Abbotsbury to Swanage.
77024: STOKOE, W. J.: - The Caterpillars of the British Moths. Including The Eggs, Chrysalids and Food-Plants. Based upon "The Moths of the British Isles", by R. SOUTH. First and Second Series. In Two volumes.
75160: STOKOE, W.J.: - The Caterpillars of the British Butterflies. Including The Eggs, Chrysalids and Food-Plants. (The Wayside and Woodland Series). Based upon “The Butterflies of the British Isles” by Richard South.
62208: STOWOSZ, WIT: - Oltarz Krakowski.
50298: ( STRACHAN / HEWETT, C.(ED): - The Living Curve. Letters to W.J.Strachan 1929-1979.
74857: STRAND MAGAZINE - ED. BY G. NEWNES / DOYLE / WELLS / VERNE / NANSEN / LOUIS WAIN / BEERBOHM / BRASSEY / H. RIDER HAGGARD / W. G. GRACE / ETC.; - The Strand Magazine. An Illustrated Monthly. Contains the first publication of “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” (vols. 2 - 6), “The First Men in the Moon”, and “The Hound of the Baskervilles”. Contents include many articles and stories, many published here for the first time, by famous authors. Some of the more well-known authors and stories are mentioned below. TWENTY VOLUMES.
78702: STRANG, HERBERT: HENTY, G. A.: - Brave and True. Edited by Herbert Strang.
78701: STRANG, HERBERT: HENTY, G. A.: - By Land and Sea. Edited by Herbert Strang.
78627: STRANG, HERBERT: HENTY, G. A.: - The Green Book For Boys Edited by Herbert Strang.
78049: STRANG, HERBERT: - Settlers and Scouts. A Tale of the African Highlands. Illustrated by T. C. Dugdale.
74004: STRATHERN, PAUL: - The Artist, The Philosopher and The Warrior. Leonardo, Machiavelli and Borgia: A Fateful Collusion.
66346: STRETTON, HESBA: - Little Meg’s Children.
74079: STUART-WORTLEY, VIOLET: - Grow Old Along With Me. Reminiscences. Signed copy.
74080: STUART WORTLEY, VIOLET: - Magic in the Distance. A Chronicle of Five Generations. With a preface by Tahu Hole. With 17 illustrations. Signed copy.
66382: STUART, MORTON G.(ED): - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. Vol.12.
70059: STUART, MORTON G. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XII.
74081: STUART WORTLEY, VIOLET: - Life Without Theory. An Autobiography. With a foreword by Tahu Hole.
70060: STUART, MORTON G. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XIII.
73434: STUBBS, JOHN: - Donne. The Reformed Soul.
74072: STUBBS, JOHN: - Donne. The Reformed Soul.
50207: STURM - - Reflections on the Wisdom, Power, and Goodness of God. Selected from Sturm's Reflections.
77169: STURTON, IAN; - Conway's Battleships The Definitive Visual Reference to the World’s All-Big-Gun Ships. Revised and Expanded Edition.
78709: SULLY, DUKE OF: - Memoirs of The Duke of Sully, Prime Minister of Henry the Great: With The Trial of Francis Ravaillac, for the murder of Henry The Great; and an appendix, containing refutations of the Abbe De L’Ecluse’s Correctional Notes, Exculpatory of the Jesuits. A New Edition, Carefully Corrected. Embellished with Portraits. In Five Volumes.
52664: SUMMERHAYES, V.S. - Wild Orchids Of Britain, with a key to the species
77766: (19) SUMMERHAYES, V.S.: - Wild Orchids of Britain. With a key to the species. (The New Naturalist 19). With 61 photographs in colour by Robert Atkinson and others. 39 photographs in black and white 19 text figures and 43 distribution maps.
79474: SUMMERS, MONTAGUE: - Malleus Maleficarum. (The Hammer of Witchcraft.) Translated with an introduction, bibliography and notes by Montague Summers. Limited Numbered Edition.
70347: SUMNER, HEYWOOD: - Cuckoo Hill. The Book of Gorley.
75349: SUMNER, CAPTAIN P. H.; - Marine Aircraft Elementary Naval Architecture
78883: SUMNER, CHARLES RICHARD: - A Charge, Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Winchester, In August and September 1829, at The Primary Visitation.
61404: SUMNER, HEYWOOD: - Cuckoo Hill. The Book of Gorley.
75885: SUNDERS, E. DALE; - Mudra A Study of Symbolic Gestures In Japanese Buddhist Sculpture. Bollingen Series LVIII.
55626: SURRY, NIGEL; THOMAS, JAMES H.: - Portsmouth Record Series - Book of Original Entries, 1731-1751.
70253: SUTHERLAND, C.H.V.: - English Coinage 600-1900.
75034: SUTHERLAND, DOUGLAS; - Tried and Valiant. The Story of The Border Regiment. 1702 - 1959.
75411: SUTHERLAND, R. Q.; WILSON R. L.; - The Book of Colt Firearms
71971: SUTTON, ANNA: - A Story of Sidmouth and the villages of Salcombe Regis, Branscombe, Sidbury and Sidford. Second edition, revised.
79084: SWAINSON, REV. C.: - A Handbook of Weather Folk-Lore Being A Collection of Proverbial Sayings in Various Languages Relating to the Weather, with Explanatory and Illustrative Notes.
78197: SWAINSON, WILLIAM: - The Natural History of The Birds of Western Africa. Vol. I. Illustrated by 34 Coloured Plates, Numerous Wood Cuts and a Portrait of Bruce. The Memoir by Andrew Crichton. The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology, Vol. VII (7).
78440: SWAN, ANNIE S.: - Maitland of Laurieston.
68979: SWANZY, REV.HENRY BIDDAL / GREEN, THOMAS GEORGE HENNIS: - The Family of Green of Youghal, Co.Cork. Being an attempt to trace the descendants of Simon Green, Merchant.
78816: SWAYSLAND, W.: - Familiar Wild Birds. First to Third Series. Three Volumes.
75634: SWAYSLAND, W: - Familiar Wild Birds. Illustrated by A.Thorburn and others.
61362: SWIFT, W.: - Attractive original engraving of “Supports and Armature of Plants”.
78080: SWIFT, JONATHAN: - Gulliver's Travels. With 48 colour plates by Harry G. Theaker.
79183: SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES: - Atlanta in Calydon. A Tragedy. Third Edition.
77804: SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES: - Poems and Ballads. Second Series.
72987: SWINNERTON, FRANK: - Arnold Bennett. A Last Word.
55924: SWINNERTON, FRANK: - Nor All Thy Tears.
77746: SWINNERTON, H. H.: - Fossils. The New Naturalist 42. With one colour plate by Maurice Wilson. 133 b&w photographs and 21 text figures.
57726: SWOSSIL-LISSOW, INGRID / AVRAMIDIS, ANNEMARIE: - Hommage Skulpturen. Briefe An Ludwig Wittgenstein.
74074: SYDENHAM, THOMAE: - Methodus Curandi Febres Propriis Observationibus Superstructura. The Latin text of the 1666 and 1668 editions with English translation from R.G.Latham (1848). Introduction, notes and index by G.G.Meynell.
74396: SYDENHAM, JOHN: - The History of the Town and County of Poole collected and arranged from ancient records and other authentic documents, and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. Limited Facsimile Reprint
70057: SYMONDS, HENRY (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXIV.
75956: SYMONDS, HENRY; FRY, E. A.; - A Calendar of Dorset Deeds Presented to The Field Club in 1909 by Mr E. A. Fry.
70058: SYMONDS, HENRY (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXV.
76024: SYNGE, M. B.: - A Book of Discovery. The History of the World's Exploration. From the earliest Times to the Finding of the South Pole. Fully illustrated from Authentic Sources and with maps.
72853: TAGORE, RABINDRANATH: - The Crescent Moon. Translated from the original Bengali by the Author. With eight illustrations in colour.
54902: TALBOT, GODFREY: - Ten Seconds From Now. A Broadcaster’s Story.
74303: TALBOT, FREDERICK A. - Railway Wonders of the World Illustrated with colour plates and photographs. Two Volumes.
79090: TALBOT KELLY, R: - Egypt Painted and Described
77144: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Black Sea" Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Ottoman Empire, Moldova, Russia. Illustrations of Sebastopol, Varna, Odessa, Sinope, Silistria and Constantinople drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77146: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Spain and Portugal." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Spanish, Portuguese, Catalonia, Andalusia, Valencia, Majorca and Minorca. Illustrations of Lisbon, Gibraltar, Belem Castle, Madrid and Bull Fighting drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77147: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Baltic Sea." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Baltic Sea, Prussia, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Russia. Illustrations of Kronstadt, St. Petersburg, Helsingfors & Revel drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77145: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Turkey in Europe." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Ottoman Empire, Moldova, Russia. Illustrations of The Bosphorus and Constantinople, Ali Pasha, and Greek Caloyer drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77933: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "British India." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. British India, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, Thibet, Dheli, Hydrabad. Illustrations of Lahore, Cootub Minar, Dehli, Indian Procession and Beloochee’s drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
76815: TANNAHILL, REAY: - Food in History
55542: TAVERNER, ERIC: - Trout Fishing From All Angles. A Complete Guide to modern Methods. A chapter on Trout Scales, by G. H. Nall, & The Legal Aspect of Fishing by A. Bacon. Lonsdale Library. Volume II.
72648: TAWNEY, R.H.: - Equality. Revised and cheaper edition. Halley Stewart Lecture 1929.
71369: TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER: - Dorset. The Making of the English Landscape.
72813: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - The Gifts of the Tarns. Illustrated by Mairi Hedderwick. Signed copy.
75657: TAYLOR, ANDREW; - The World of Gerard Mercator. The Mapmaker who revolutionised Geography.
76054: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R. (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1963-64. Fifty-Fourth Year.
78244: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R.: MONDEY, DAVID: - Spies in the Sky.
58482: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - London Lifelines. Signed copy.
58483: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - Wish You Were Here. Signed copy.
76056: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R. (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1964-65. Fifty-fifth Year.
69075: TAYLOUR, LORD WILLIAM: - The Mycenaeans. Revised edition. With 151 illustrations.
58685: TEICHMANN, EMIL / TEICHMANN, OSKAR(ED): - A Journey to Alaska in the year 1868: being a diary of the late Emil Teichmann. Edited and with an introduction by his son Oskar.
68700: TEMPERLEY, HOWARD: - British Anti Slavery. 1833-1870.
71127: TEMPLEMAN, A.C. / ABBOTT, L.: - Dorchester Town Map (Added by Amendment No.3) 1960. County of Dorset Development Plan. Town and Country Planning Act 1947. Written Analysis and Written Statement.
62394: TENNENT, R.J.: - A Purbeck Parish. Church Knowle through the Ages.
75294: TENNYSON, A. L.; - The Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poet Laureat. Illustrated with Photographs.
78978: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - The Poetical Works. Copyright edition. Eight volumes bound in Four.
79186: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - Queen Mary. A Drama.
77644: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - Poems of Tennyson. Includes; "The Princess", "In Memoriam", "Maud", "Idylls of the King", "Enoch Arden", etc. With an introduction by T.Herbert Warren. Oxford Edition.
72220: TERRAINE, JOHN: - White Heat. The New Warfare 1914-1918.
74698: THACKERAY, W.M.: - The Virginians. A Tale of the Last Century. In Two Volumes.
74699: THACKERAY, W.M.; DOYLE, RICHARD; PENDENNIS, ARTHUR; - The Newcomes. Memoirs of a most respectable Family. Edited by Arthur Pendennis, Esq.
75223: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - The History of Pendennis. His Fortunes and Misfortunes His Friends and His Greatest Enemy. Edited with and Introduction by George Saintbury. With 182 illustrations. Two Volumes in One.
79141: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - The Biographical Edition of The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. With Biographical Introductions by his Daughter, Anne Ritchie. In Thirteen Volumes.
76002: THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY - The Christian Wreath of Prose, Poetry, and Art. Second Edition
75452: THE SPORTING LIFE; - British Hunts and Huntsmen. In Four Volumes. Containing a short history of each fox and stag hunt in the British Isles, together with biographical records of masters past and present, and some members of each hunt. Also an introductory chapter on mediaeval hunting, and articles concerning the stag, the fox, the hound, and the horse, and all subjects allied thereto. Profusely Illustrated with Engravings and Half-Tone Illustrations.
77070: THE BOOKMAN PORTFOLIO; SPY; - A. A. Milne. Original colour Portrait print. Fromt “The Bookman Portfolio, Christmas, 1927.”
75193: THE GRAPHIC; - The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper, Saturday May 19th to November 24, 1900. With Extra Supplement “The War in South Africa.” And “Lysbeth, A Tale of The Dutch”, By H. Rider Haggard.
58868: THE MARQUESS OF QUEENSBERRY: - Oscar Wilde and the Black Douglas. In collaboration with Percy Colson. Foreword by H.Montgomery Hyde. Signed copy.
78630: THE “CAMERA” SERIES: - The “Camera” Series: Album of Views of The Isle of Man. (Books of local Architectural & Scenic Views).
75990: THE COOKERY AND FOOD ASSOCIATION - Centenary Banquet & Ball 1885 - 1995
62048: THE RT. HON. LORD HORDER (ED): - The British Encyclopaedia of Medical Practice. Including Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and other Special Subjects. Medical Progress. 18 volumes 1955 to 1973.
78567: THEOPHILI SIGEFRIDI BAYERI: - Historia Osrhoena et Edessena ex Numis Illustrata. (The history of Osroene, and Edessena enlightened from coins) In qua, edessae vrbis osrhoeni regi, abagorum regum, praefectorum graecorum, arabum, perfarum, comitum francorum, successions, fata, res aliae memorabiles, a prima origine vrbis ad extrema fere tempora explicantur. (In which, Osrhoeni the king of the city of Edessa, Abago of the kings, of their rulers, the Greek, the Arabians, perfarum, the valor of the Franks, of the succession, that the fates, all other things come up by the illustrious, almost to the end, from the first times of the origin of the city are explained.)
76169: THESIGER, WILFRED; MORTON, CHRISTOPHER; GROVER, PHILLIP (EDS.); - Wilfred Thesiger in Africa. Published to Accompany “Wilfred Thesiger in Africa: A Centenary Exhibition,” Pitt Rivers Museum.
76168: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Among the Mountains. My Kenya Days. SIGNED.
76167: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Among the Mountains. Travels Through Asia. SIGNED.
76165: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Visions of A Nomad. SIGNED by the Author.
76164: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Crossing the Sands.
76162: THESIGER, WILFRED: - The Life of My Choice. SIGNED COPY.
75091: THETFORD, OWEN; - Aircraft of the Royal air Force 1918-57.
78539: THIRLMERE, ROLAND: - Letters from Catalonia and Other Parts of Spain. In Two Volumes.
70238: THOMAS, NICHOLAS: - Guide to Prehistoric England.
74035: THOMAS, DAVID (ED): - Pick of Punch.
78409: THOMAS, KEITH: - Religion and the Decline of Magic. Studies in Popular Beliefs in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England. Introduced by Hilary Mantel. In Two Volumes. Cased.
78346: THOMAS, H. H.: ESSENHIGH CORKE, H.: - The Book of Hardy Flowers. A Simple and complete descriptive guide to the cultivation in gardens of the trees and shrubs... Beautifully Illustrated with 32 direct Colour photographs and 64 Half-Tone plates.
75140: THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM BEACH; - The County Books. Hertfordshire.
78444: THOMAS BANKES; EDWARD WARREN BLAKE; ALEXANDER COOK - A New Royal Authentic and Complete System of Universal Geography
59318: THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM BEACH: - Hertfordshire. The County Books.
73626: THOMAS, EMORY M.: - Robert E.Lee. A Biography.
71698: THOMAS, SIR MILES: - Out on a Wing. An Autobiography.
78018: THOMAS, EDWARD; - The Woodland Life.
79027: THOMAS, BERT: GRAVES, CHARLES: LONGHURST, HENRY: - Candid Caddies. Introduced by Bernard Darwin.
42737: THOMAS, JO / ENSOM, PAUL: - Bibliography and Index of Dorset Geology.
76614: THOMAS, HUGH; - The Spanish Civil War. With a foreword by Michael Alpert. Two volumes in Slipcase.
77618: THOMAS, T.; - A History of the Reign of Solomon King of Judaea. In Continuation of “A View of the Origin, Progress, and Diversity of Heathen Worship,” and “Of Homer’s Attachment to Its Rites.”
79060: THOMPSON SETON, ERNEST: - The Arctic Prairies A Canoe-Journey of 2,000 Miles in Search of The Caribou; Being the account of a voyage to the region North of Aylmer Lake.
78341: THOMPSON, C. W. (CAPTAIN 7TH. DRAGOON GUARDS): - Records of the Dorset Yeomanry ("Queen's Own").
77996: (THOMPSON) VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT. A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: SIR HENRY THOMPSON. “Cremation”. 1.8. 1874. (Doctors / Surgeons)
70952: THOMSON, A.A.: - The Breezy Coast. (Berwick to John O’Groats).
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