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70091: HODGES, M.A.: - The Smuggler: No Gentleman. Smuggling with Violence around Christchurch and Poole Bays.
74871: HODGKIN, THOMAS; - Theodoric The Goth. The Barbarian Champion of Civilisation.
69678: HOEHLING, A.A. / HOEHLING, MARY: - The Last Voyage of the Lusitania.
73623: HOGBIN, IAN: - Social Change. Josiah Mason lectures delivered at the University of Birmingham.
75839: HOGG, JAMES; - The Suicide’s Grave. Being the Private Memoirs & Confessions of a Justified Sinner, written By Himself. With A Detail of Curious Traditionary Facts & Other Evidence By The Editor.
75684: HOGG, ALEX; - A New Map of Dorsetshire. Drawn from the Latest Authorities.
72714: HOGG, JAMES: - The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner. Written by Himself with a detail of curious traditionary facts and other evidence by the editor. With an Introduction by Douglas Gifford. Lino-cuts by Peter Pendrey.
49662: HOLABIRD, KATHERINE / CRAIG, HELEN ( ILLS.): - Angelina’s Birthday.
72854: HOLDERLIN, FRIEDRICH: - Selected Poems. Translated with an introduction and notes by J.B.Leishman. German and English.
55568: HOLDGATE, MARTIN: - A History of Appleby County Town of Westmorland.
58524: HOLDGATE, MARTIN: - Appleby. A History of the County Town of Westmorland.
74453: HOLDSWORTH, W.A.; - The Handy Book of Parish Law
69773: HOLE, THE VERY REVEREND S.REYNOLDS: - A Little Tour in America.
75561: HOLFORD-STREVENS, LEOFRANC: - A Short History of Time. In Slipcase. Sealed.
52907: HOLLAND, CLIVE: - The Ardennes & the Walloon Country
54178: HOLLAND,CLIVE/ RANDALL, M.: - From the North Foreland to Penzance.
44193: HOLLAND, M: - Silver. An illustrated Guide to Collecting silver.
66900: HOLLAND, MARGARET: - Silver. An Illustrated Guide to Collecting Silver. This book is illustrated with 45 superb colour and over 120 black and white illustrations.
71829: HOLLEYMAN, JO: - Mouse in the Moon. Drawn and Told by Jo Holleyman.
69806: HOLMAN, ROGER: - Images of the Dorset Coast
77196: HOLME, CHARLES (EDITOR); - English water-colour with reproductions of drawings by eminent painters. “The Studio” Library. Edited by Charles HOLME. Introduction by Frederick WEDMORE.
73412: HOLMES, RICHARD: - Coleridge. Darker Reflections.
69299: HOLMES, RICHARD: - Tommy. The British Soldier on the Western Front 1914-1918.
76725: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL: - The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Riverside Edition. In Thirteen Volumes. Complete. The Autocrat at the Breakfast Table; The Professor at the Breakfast Table; The Poet at the Breakfast Table; Over the Teacup; Elsie Venner; Guardian Angel; A Mortal Antipathy; Pages From Old Volume of Life; Medical Essays; Our Hundred Days in Europe; Poems 1, 2 & 3.
54401: HOLMES, EDRIC: - Wanderings in Wessex. An Exploration of the Southern Realm from Itchen to Otter.
75925: HOLMES, A. DOROTHY: - Some Wessex Sketches. With a foreword by John Shirley-Fox.
65776: HOLROYD, MICHAEL: - Bernard Shaw. Volume I: 1856-98, The Search For Love; Vol. II: 1898-1918, The Pursuit of Power. Two volumes only.
73576: HOLT, ALAN L.: - West Somerset. Romantic Routes and Mysterious Byways. Foreword by Sir Arthur Galsworthy. Illustrated by Kenneth C.Reid and from Photographs.
63983: HOLT, OLIVER: - Piper’s Hill. Memories of a country childhood. With illustrations by the author.
62325: HOLT, OLIVER: - Three Sherborne Memoirs.
50114: HOME, GORDON: - Normandy: The Scenery & Romance of its Ancient Towns.
75052: HOME, MICHAEL; - The House of Shade.
50012: HOME, MICHAEL / WEISSENBORN, H. (ILL.): - Autumn Fields. Illustrated by HELLMUTH WEISSENBORN.
62033: HOME, MICHAEL: - Autumn Fields. Illustrated by HELLMUTH WEISSENBORN.
74166: HOMES, R.C. ET AL: - The Birds of the London Area Since 1900. (14) (The New Naturalist Monograph/Special Volume).
60498: HONE, RALPH E.: - Dorothy L.Sayers, A Literary Biography. Signed and dedicated by author.
72436: HONE, WILLIAM: - Ancient Mysteries Described, Especially the English Miracle Plays, founded on Apocryphal New Testament Story, extant among the unpublished manuscripts in the British Museum; including notices of Ecclesiastical Shows, the festivals of fools and asses - the English Boy-Bishop - the Descent into Hell - the Lord Mayor’s Show - the Guildhall Giants - Christmas Carols, &c. With engravings on copper and wood.
75144: HONEYMAN, HERBERT L.; - The County Books. Northumberland.
74034: HONIG, DONALD: - The Brooklyn Dodgers. An Illustrated Tribute.
76778: HONNYWILL, ELEANOR; - The Challenge of Antarctica. Foreword by Sir Vivian Fuchs.
75304: HOOD - - The Poetical Works of Longfellow. Oxford Edition.
74982: HOOD, EDWIN PAXTON; - The Maid of Nuremburg and Other Voluntaries.
74848: HOOD, THOMAS; ROSSETTI, WILLIAM MICHAEL; - The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood. Edited, with a Critical Memoir by William Michael Rossetti. First Series. With Illustrations.
72653: HOOD / DYMENT, CLIFFORD (ED): - Thomas Hood, Selected Poems Edited by Clifford Dyment.
72139: HOOD, THOMAS: - Hood’s Gems. in Prose and Verse. With the original illustrations.
74884: HOOK, THEODORE; - Theodore Hook: A Sketch. Edition Third.
75129: HOOKE, WILFRED D.; - The County Books. The Channel Islands.
73941: HOOKE, NINA WARNER: - Home Is Where You Make It. With sketches by Mary Dinsdale.
73939: HOOKE, NINA WARNER: - The Starveling. With illustrations by Dick Hart.
60803: HOOKE, WILFRED D.: - The County Books. The Channel Islands.
66389: HOOPER, CALVIN LEIGHTON: - A Report on the Sea-Otter Banks of Alaska. Range And Habits Of The Sea Otter; Its Decrease Under American Rule, And Some Of The Causes; Importance Of The Sea Otter To The Natives Of Alaska Inhabiting The Aleutian Islands; Proposed Regulations For 1898.
62952: HOOPER, R.W.: - The Game of Golf In East Africa.
54883: HOPE, ANTHONY: - Second String.
76742: HOPE MONCRIEFF, A. R.: - Black's Guide to Dorset, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Etc. Sixteenth Edition.
77218: HOPKINS, NEVIL MONROE: - Twentieth Century Magic. And the construction of modern magical apparatus. With the introduction of new experiments. Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical. A Treatise on the Construction and Introduction of Scientific Magical Apperatus. Second Edition. One Hundred Illustrations.
72711: HORDER, MERVYN (ED): - The Best of Dorothy Parker. Illustrations by Helen Smithson.
66041: HORNBY, NICK: - About a Boy.
70252: HORNE, JONATHAN: - English Tinglazed Tiles.
61492: HORNE, ALISTAIR: - Macmillan. 1894-1956. Volume I of the Official Biography.
62157: HORNE, ABBOT E.: - Stories of West Country Folk.
75051: HORNSBY, JOHN ALLAN; SCHMIDT, RICHARD E.; - The Modern Hospital Its Inspiration : Its Architecture : Its Equiptment : Its Operation. With 207 Illustrations.
49060: HORRICKS, RAYMOND: - Marshal Ney. The Romance and the Real.
70349: HORWITZ, SYLVIA L.: - The Find of a Lifetime. Sir Arthur Evans and the Discovery of Knossos.
74137: HORWOOD, WILLIAM: - Toad Triumphant. Illustrated by Patrick Benson.
71240: HOSKEN, EVELYN: - Turn Back the Clock. Bygone days in South Canterbury, New Zealand. Signed copy.
61196: HOSKING, ERIC AND DAVID / FLEGG, JIM: - Birds of Prey of the World.
50751: HOSKINS,W.G: - Local History in England.
77214: HOUDIN, ROBERT: - The Secrets of Stage Conjuring. Translated and edited, with notes by Professor Hoffmann. With Illustrations.
55936: HOUFE, SIMON: - Through Visitors Eyes. A Bedfordshire Anthology. Signed copy.
47131: HOUGHTON, GEORGE: - Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club - Commemorating the First 100 yrs 1891-1991.
42769: HOUGHTON, GEORGE: - Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club - Commemorating the First 100 yrs 1891-1991.
75359: HOUSE, KEREN; - Colette. A Personal Portrait. SIGNED Limited Numbered Edition.
58633: (HOUSE) SEYMOUR, CHARLES: - The Intimate Papers of Colonel House. Arranged as a Narrative by Charles Seymour. Vol I Behind the Political Curtain 1912-1915; Vol II From Neutrality to War 1915-1917.
55716: HOUSEHOLD, GEOFFREY: - The Three Sentinels.
73090: HOUSEMAN, LAURENCE: - Bethlehem A Nativity Play and the Pageant of Our Lady & Other Poems.
74816: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE; - Echo de Paris. A Study from Life. Limited Numbered Edition.
50448: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE: - The Heart of Peace & Other Poems.
65153: HOUSMAN, LAURENCE: - The Seven Young Goslings. Illustrated by Mabel Dearmer.
66961: HOUSTON, J.F.: - Featherbedds and Flock Bedds. The early history of the Worshipful Company of Upholders of the City of London.
77227: HOUSTON, C. STUART: - To the Arctic by Canoe 1819-1821. The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood, Midshipman with Franklin.
72997: HOUVET, ETIENNE: - Monographie de la Cathedrale de Chartres. An Illustrated Monograph of Chartres Cathedral. Extrait d’un Ouverage couronne par l’Acadamie des Beaux-Arts. (Being an Extract of a work Crowned by the Academie des Beaux-Arts). Precede d’une notice - Pour connaitre les Styles.
42488: HOW, HARRY: - Illustrated Interviews. Comprising 17 articles collected from the strand .Strand Magazine
55672: HOWARD, ELIZABETH JANE: - Odd Girl Out.
67885: HOWARD, TOM: - Hardy Country.
67884: HOWARD, TOM: - Hardy Country.
60529: HOWARTH, S.: - A Century in Oil. The “Shell” Transport and Trading Company 1897 - 1997.
43522: HOWARTH, O.J.R: - The Scenic Heritage of England and Wales .
54573: HOWARTH, STEPHEN: - To Shining Sea. A history of the United States Navy 1775-1991
63843: HOWARTH, DAVID: - A Near Run Thing, the Day of Waterloo.
55347: HOWARTH, DAVID & HOWARTH, STEPHEN: - The Story of P&O , the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company.
67563: HOWE, DORIS: - The Waters of Time.
58589: HOWELLS, ROY: - Simply Churchill.
75602: HOWSON, EDMUND W.; WARNER, GEORGE TOWNSEND; SPENCER, THE EARL; - Harrow School Illustrated by Herbert M. Marshall.
66330: HOWSON, WILLIAM: - Craven. An Illustrated Guide to the Curiosities of Craven.
52292: HOYLES, MARTIN - Bread & Roses; Gardening Books from 1560-1960. Volume 2
75391: HOYNE, MRS. C. E.; - Emma Foster, or the Step-Mother and Other Pieces.
53718: HUDON, SIMONE: - Au Fil Des Cotes De Quebec. In French.
77031: HUDSON W. H.: - The Naturalist in La Plata. With Illustrations.
74860: HUDSON, ROGER; HASTINGS, MAX; - William Russell Special Correspondent of The Times.
73889: HUDSON, W.H.: - The Book of A Naturalist.
72706: HUDSON, ROGER: - The Folio Book of Days. Selected and Introduced by Roger Hudson.
76620: HUDSON, ROGER. (EDITOR). - THE RAJ. An Eye-Witness History of the British in India. Introduction by Raleigh Trevelyan.
70528: HUDSON, KENNETH: - A Social History of Archaeology. The British Experience.
61755: HUDSON, ROGER: - An Independent Eye. A Century of Photographs. The Hulton Getty Picture Collection.
69160: HUDSON, KENNETH: - Industrial Archaeology of Southern England. (Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Somerset, and Gloucestershire east of the Severn.)
51410: HUDSON, ROGER. (EDITOR). - The Grand Tour 1592-1796. (From James Boswell's Tours)
56305: HUDSON, KENNETH & PETTIFER, JULIAN: - Diamonds in the Sky. A Social History of Air Travel.
49517: HUGGINS, M.J.W. : - The Making of an English Public School. SIGNED BY AUTHOR
62103: HUGHES, KATHRYN: - The Short Life and Long Times of Mrs Beeton.
76268: HUGHES, CLEDWYN; - West With The Tinkers. A Journey Through Wales with Vagrants.
68640: HUGHES, TED: - Bournemouth Firemen at War. Signed, dedicated copy.
76271: HUGHES, PENNETHORNE; BETJEMAN, JOHN; PIPER, JOHN; - The Isle of Wight. A Shell Guide. Edited by John Betjeman and John Piper.
41863: HUGHES, T: - Small Antiques for the Collector.
76603: HUGHES, ROBERT; - The Fatal Shore. A History of the Transportation of Convicts to Australia 1787-1868.
73190: HUGHES, JEAN GORDON: - Queen of the Desert. The Story of Lady Hester Stanhope. Illustrated by Hilary Abrahams.
72900: HUGHES, SHIRLEY: - A Life Drawing. Recollections of an Illustrator.
64392: HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER: - Marlborough. The Story of a Small and Ancient Borough. Signed copy.
70008: HUGHES, BERNARD / HUGHES, THERLE: - The Collector’s Encyclopaedia of English Ceramics.
71308: HUGILL, ROBERT: - Castles and Peles of the English Border. Copiously illustrated with old prints and original drawings. Complete with Glossary and Bibliography.
73683: HUGO, VICTOR: - Theatre Complet. I, Theatre de Jeunesse; Irtamene, A Quelquechose Hasard est Bon, Inez de Castro, Amy Robsart. II, Drames en Vert; Cromwell, Marion de Lorme, Hernani, Le Roi S’Amuse, Ruy Blas. Appendice; Proces et Plaidoyers. Notices et Notes. French language.
72650: HUGO, VICTOR: - Notre-Dame de Paris. Introduction by Andrew Lang. A Century of French Romance.
70828: HUGO, VICTOR: - Ninety-Three. Translated by Frank Lee Benedict and J.Hain Friswell. With sixteen illustrations.
75830: HUISH, ROBERT ESQ.; - The Brothers; Or The Castle of Niolo. A Romance. Two Volumes.
70007: HUISH, MARCUS B.: - The Happy England of Helen Allingham. Illustrated by Helen Allingham.
72116: HUISH, MARCUS B.: - British Water-Colour Art 1804-1904. In the first year of the reign of King Edward the Seventh, and during the century covered by the life of the Royal Society of Painters in water colours. Illustrated by the collection of drawings dedicated to their MJajesties the King and Queen at their Coronation.
52210: HULL, F. ED. - A Kentish Miscellany
59549: HULL, EDWARD: - Contributions to the Physical History of the British Isles. With a Dissertation on the Origin of Western Europe and of the Atlantic Ocean. Illustrated by twenty-seven coloured maps.
69143: HULL, M.R.: - Roman Colchester. Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London. No XX.
74878: HULME, EDWARD F.; - Mathematical Drawing Instruments. And How To Use Them.
77104: HULME, F. EDWARD; - Familiar Wild Flowers. Figured and Described by F. Edward Hulme. With Coloured plates. Five Volumes Complete. (First to Fifth Series.)
72223: HUMBLE, RICHARD (ED): - Naval Warfare. An Illustrated History. With a foreword by Peter Kemp.
75802: HUMPHREY W. HOUSEHOLD - Thames and Severn Canal.
73206: HUMPHREY, STEPHEN / MORRIS, JAMES: - Churches and Cathedrals of London. Foreword by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Text by Stephen Humphrey. Photographs by James Morris.
76321: HUMPHREYS, H.; - Picturesque Scenery in North Wales. Engraved and Printed by H. Humphreys, Carnarvon.
74160: HUMPHREYS, JOHN: - Elizabethan Sheldon Tapestries.
74159: HUMPHREYS, JOHN: - Elizabethan Sheldon Tapestries.
72765: (HUMPHREYS, NOEL) THOMSON, SPENCER: - Wild Flowers. How to find and how to know them. With remarks on the Economical and Medical Uses of our Native Plants. With illustrations from designs by Noel Humphreys.
76549: HUNSDON, LORD; - History of Gibbs of Fenton in Dartington County Devon.
73674: HUNT, JOHN: - The Practical Motorcaravanner.
67017: HUNT, VIOLET BROOKE: - Egerton’s Brother.
76788: HUNT, JOHN: - Life Is Meeting Lord Hunt of Llanfair Waterdine.
59926: HUNT, JOHN: - The Ascent of Everest. Foreword by H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh. Chapter 16 by Sir Edmund Hillary. Appendices by members of the Expedition.
64962: HUNTER, SIR WILLIAM WILSON (ED): - Rulers of India. The Earl of Mayo.
72331: HUNTER, ARCHIE: - Kitchener’s Sword Arm. The Life and Campaigns of General Sir Archibald Hunter.
76808: HUNTFORD, ROLAND; - The Amundsen Photographs Edited and Introduced by Roland Huntford.
76770: HUNTFORD, ROLAND; - Shackleton.
71354: HURLE, PAMELA: - The Malverns.
65453: HURLE, PAMELA: - Malvern Girl’s College A Centenary History.
74046: HURST, GEOFF: - 1966 And All That. My Autobiography.
77122: HURST, H. E.; BLACK, R. P.; SIMAIKA, Y. M.; - The Future Conservation of The Nile. The Nile Basin. Volume VII. Physical Department Paper No. 51. Signed by Author.
74693: HUSSEY, CHRISTOPHER; - Eton College. Preface by M. R. James. Special Etonian Edition. Limited numbered edition 72/1000.
66033: HUSTLER, TOM: - How I Photograph People. Signed copy.
50365: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Inside Dorset.
73913: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Green Willow. A Novel in The Time of Sedgemoor. Signed copy.
64470: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Inside Somerset.
54405: HUTCHINGS, MONICA: - Inside Dorset.
61910: HUTCHINS, - Breccia at Durlestone Head. Dorset.
76581: HUTCHINS, REV. JOHN: - History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Third edition by W. Shipp and J. W. Hodson. With a new introduction by Robert Douch. In Four volumes.
74732: HUTCHINS, REV.: - History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Third edition by W.Shipp and J.W.Hodson. With a new introduction by Robert Douch. In Four volumes.
74692: HUTCHINS, JOHN; - The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Compiled from the best and most ancient historians... With a copy of the Domesday Book and Inquisito Gheldi... Interspersed with some remarkable particulars of Natural History... And Adorned with a Correct Map of the County. IN TWO VOLUMES.
66781: HUTCHINS: - Uddens House. Dorset. the Seat of Colonel Greathed. to whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
76206: HUTCHINS, JOHN; - The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset. Compiled from the best and most ancient historians... With a copy of the Domesday Book and Inquisito Gheldi... Interspersed with some remarkable particulars of Natural History... And Adorned with a Correct Map of the County. IN TWO VOLUMES.
76410: HUTCHINS: - A Plan of the Isle of Portland and Parts Adjacent 1710. Original Antique Hand-Coloured Engraved Map taken from Hutchins History of Dorset.
61896: HUTCHINS: - Charborough Park. Dorset. The Seat of Miss Sawbridge Erle Drax.
61897: HUTCHINS: - North View of St Mary’s Church in Wareham. Dorset. This plate is most gratefully Inscribed to the Donor Mrs Turner, Relict of George Turner,Esq. of Penleigh in Wiltshire by the Author.
61900: HUTCHINS: - Mapperton House. Dorset.
61906: HUTCHINS: - Portland Castle, Dorset.
67740: HUTCHINS: - Fleet House near Weymouth on the estate of the Revd. George Goodden. To whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
67739: HUTCHINS: - Fontmell Parva The Seat of the Revd. Henry Tregonwell Bower. To whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
67738: HUTCHINS: - Manor House, Cranbourne, the Property of the Marquis of Salisbury.
67733: HUTCHINS: - Durweston, Gillingham, Shillingston, Marnhull. Dorset. The churches of St.Nicholas’s, Durweston; St Mary the Virgin, Gillingham; The Holy Cross, Shillingston; St.Gregory, Marnhull. Four prints on one sheet.
66784: HUTCHINS: - Kingston House. Dorset. The Seat of James Fellowes, Esq. To whom this plate is respectfully dedicated.
61908: HUTCHINS, - St Aldhelms Head. Dorset.
77005: HUTCHINS, REV. JOHN; - History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset: Compiled from the best and most ancient historians, inquisitiones post mortem, and other valuable records and MSS. in the public offices and libraries, and in private hands. With a copy of Domesday Book, and the "Inquisitio Gheldi" for the County:Interspersed with some remarkable Particulars of Natural History. And adorned with a Correct map of the County and Views of Antiquities, Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, etc; The Third edition, corrected, augmented & improved by WILLIAM SHIPP & JAMES WHITWORTH HODSON. Four Volumes.
76665: HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.: - Golf. With contributions by Lord Wellwood, Sir Walter Simpson, Bart.; Right Hon. A.J.Balfour, M.P.; Andrew Lang, H.S.C. Everard, and others. THE BADMINTON LIBRARY.
71679: HUTCHINSON, HORACE G.: - The New Forest. With fifty illustrations by Walter Tyndale and four illustrations by Lucy Kemp-Welch. Fifth edition.
70387: HUTCHISON, HAROLD F.: - Henry V. A Biography.
75616: HUTTON, EDWARD; - Highways and Byways in Somerset. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Nelly Erichsen. With Slipcase.
75081: HUTTON, W. H.; NEW, EDMUND H.; - Highways and Byways in Shakespeare’s Country. (Pocket edition).
75078: HUTTON, EDWARD; ERICHSEN, NELLY; - Highways and Byways in Wiltshire. (Pocket edition).
74503: HUTTON, CATHERINE; - The Life of William Hutton, F.A.S.S. Including a particular account of The Riots at Birmingham in 1791, and the history of his family written by himnself and published by his daughter. The Second Edition, With corrections.
77056: HUTTON, EDWARD: - Highways and Byways in Somerset. With illustrations by NELLY ERICHSEN.
52196: HUTTON W.H. - Highways and Byways in Shakespeare’s Country With Illustrations by Edmund H New.
64494: HUTTON, EDWARD: - Highways and Byways in Somerset. By Edward Hutton. With Illustrations by Nelly Erichsen.
68234: HUTTON, EDWARD: - Highways and Byways in Somerset. By Edward Hutton. With Illustrations by Nelly Erichsen
62956: HUXLEY, ELSPETH: - The Prince Buys the Manor. An Extravaganza. Signed copy.
70356: HUXLEY, ANTHONY: - Mountain Flowers in Colour. Illustrated by Dapne Barry and Mary Grierson.
57494: HUXLEY, ELSPETH: - Florence Nightingale.
76200: HUXLEY, ELSPETH; - Four Guineas A Journey Through West Africa.
62160: HYAMS,J OHN: - The Batsford Colour book of Dorset.
68646: HYAMS, EDWARD: - Capabilty Brown & Humphry Repton.
54233: HYAMS,J OHN: - The Batsford Colour book of Dorset.
73547: HYLAND, PAUL: - Purbeck. The Ingrained Island.
64053: IMMS, A. D: - Insect Natural History. (The New Naturalist 8).
63391: INCE, RICHARD: - Angel From a Cloud. Wherein is presented the Romantic Career of John Donne. Signed copy.
63393: INCE, RICHARD: - The Son.
63394: INCE, RICHARD: - Dictionary of Religion and Religions. Including Theolgical and Ecclesiastical Terms. Arthur Barker’s Companion Series. Signed copy.
63396: INCE, RICHARD: - Abelard of Paris. Signed copy.
63397: INCE, RICHARD: - England’s High Chancellor. A Romance. Signed copy.
63398: INCE, RICHARD: - The Broken Mirror. Signed copy.
63400: INCE, RICHARD: - The School in the Wood.
63402: INCE, M.E.: - The Preacher.
63403: INCE, R.B.: - Joan of Arc. Signed copy.
63404: INCE, R.B.: - Joan of Arc. Signed copy.
63406: INCE, R.B.: - Martin Luther. Apostle of the Reformation.
63407: INCE, R.B.: - The White Roads & Other Verses. Signed copy.
63246: INCE, RICHARD: - Strange Visitant.
70012: INCE, RICHARD: - Talking Beast. A Candid Enquiry into the Nature of Homo Vulgaris.
63389: INCE, RICHARD: - Sara’s Seven Husbands. A Satire of Yesterday, To-day and To-morrow. Signed copy.
63390: INCE, RICHARD: - Angel From a Cloud. Wherein is presented the Romantic Career of John Donne.
67865: INCE, RICHARD B.: - Capo. A Novel. Signed copy.
75513: INCHFAWN, PHILIP; FAY; WARD, F.C.; - Father Neptune’s Treasure. The Adventures of three children and a Golliwog under the Sea. Illustrated by F. C. Ward.
60022: INDERMAUR, JOHN: - Priciples of The Common Law. Intended for the use of students and the profession. Tenth edition by The Author and Charles Thwaites.
56090: INGE, WILLIAM RALPH: - Lay Thoughts Of A Dean.
72663: INGE, W.R.: - A Rustic Moralist.
55397: INGHAM, BERNARD: - Kill the Messenger. Signed copy.
73839: INGLIS-JONES, ELISABETH: - Augustus Smith of Scilly.
57352: INGLIS-JONES, ELISABETH: - The Story of Wales.
74695: INGOLDSBY, THOMAS; - The Ingoldsby Legends. Or, Mirth and Marvels. In Three Volumes. (First, Second and Third Series.)
70525: INGRAHAM, J.H.: - The Prince of the House of David Or, Three Years in the Holy City. With illustrations.
63840: INGRAMS, RICHARD: - Muggeridge The Biography.
62898: INGRAMS, HAROLD: - Arabia and the Isles. Foreword by Lt.-Col. Sir Bernard Reilly, Governor of Aden, 1937 - 40.
77223: INGSTAD, HELGE; - Land Under The Pole Star. A Voyage to the Norse Settlements of Greenland and the Saga of the People that Vanished. Translated from the Norwegian by Naomi Walford.
52503: INMAN, REV JAMES - Nautical Tables: Sanctioned for Use in the Royal Navy, Designed for The Use of British Seamen.
76116: INNES, JOHN; - Human Muscles AND An Essay on Poisons. Two Volumes Bound in One: “A Short Description of the Human Muscles, Arranged as they appear on dissection. Together with their several uses and the sunonyma of the best authors”. AND “An Essay on Mineral, Animal and Vegetable Poisons; In which the Symptoms, Treatment and tests of Each Poison, with the General Morbid Appearances on Dissection, and Account of Suspended Animation.”
54592: INNES, HAMMOND: - Atlantic Fury.
74003: IONESCU, EUGENE: - The Bald Prima Donna. followed by a previously unpublished alternative ending. Translation by Donald Watson. Typography by Massin and illustrations by Henry Cohen after the production by Nicolas Bataille with the actors of the Theatre de la Huchette.
44000: IONIDES, S. / IONIDES, M.L.: - One day telleth another.
74265: IRELAND, SAMUEL: - Picturesque Views on the Upper, or Warwickshire Avon From its Source at Naseby to its Junction with the Severn at Tewkesbury: With Observations on The Public Buildings, and Other works of Art in its Vicinity.
73621: IRVINE, PETER: - Victorian and Edwardian Dorset from Old Photographs. Introduction and Commentaries by Peter Irvine. Signed copy.
75380: IRVINE, E. F.; - A Pioneer of the New Psychology. Hugh Crichton-Miller. 1877 - 1959.
70664: IRVINE, PETER:. - Victorian and Edwardian Dorset from Old Photographs. Introduction and commentaries by Peter Irvine.
74505: IRVING, WASHINGTON; STEELE, SIR RICHARD; ALDIN, CECIL; - Wives and Bachelors. Wives; The Henpecked Man; Bachelors and a Bachelor’s Confessions; The Perverse Widow; The Widow. Six stories by Washington Irving and Sir Richard Steele. Pictures by Cecil Aldin.
75607: IRVING, WASHINGTON: - Old Christmas. Illustrated by R. Caldecott.
59906: IRVING, COMMANDER J.: - Knots, Ties and Splices. For Seafarers, Travellers, and all who use Cordage; with practical notes on wire and wire splicing, angler’s knots, etc. New edition completely revised and rewritten of J.T.Burgess’s well-known handbook.
67801: IRVING, DAVID: - The Rise and Fall of the Luftwaffe. The Life of Luftwaffe Marshal Erhard Milch.
77061: IRVING, R. L.: - A History of British Mountaineering
72335: ISBY, DAVID C. (ED): - Fighting the Bombers. The Luftwaffe’s struggle against the Allied Bomber Offensive. Adolf Galland, Josef Kammhuber, Willi Messerschmitt, et al.
73196: ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER: - Prater Violet. Second edition.
61497: ISITT, VERITY: - Take a Buttock of Beefe.
61160: IVIMEY, ALAN: - Pilgrim’s Pleasure. The West Country. Illustrated by Felix Kelly.
74196: J.C. MANSEL-PLEYDELL - The Flora of Dorsetshire. Or, A Catalogue of Plants found in the County of Dorset. With Sketches of its geology and physical geography.
72096: J.W.R. TAYLOR AND P.J.R. MOYES - A Pictorial History of The R.A.F. Volume 2. 1939-1945
70556: J.E AND H.S.: - The Golden Threads of Life. Selected by J.E. and H.S.
69865: J. RAPKIN - Original Engraved Map of Germany.
69207: J.A. WILLIAMSON - The English Channel A History
75541: JABLONSKI, EDWARD; - Flying Fortress The Illustrated Biography of the B-17’s and the men who flew them.
74333: JACK WARNER, WITH DEAN JENNINGS - My First Hundred Years in Hollywood. SIGNED.
55888: JACKS, OLIVER: - Man on a Short Leash.
75265: JACKSON, ROBERT; - Air War Over Korea
71773: JACKSON, ROBERT: - the red falcons. the Soviet Air Force in action, 1919-1969.
71774: JACKSON, ROBERT: - The Jet Age. True Tales of the Air Since 1945.
70894: JACKSON, SIR CHARLES JAMES: - English Goldsmiths and their Marks. A History of The Goldsmiths and Plate Workers of England, Scotland, and Ireland. With over Thirteen Thousand Marks reproduced in facsimile from authentic examples of plate and Tables of date-letters and other Hall-marks used in the assay offices of the United Kingdom. Second Edition, revised and enlarged.
68078: JACKSON, ARLENE M.: - Illustration and the Novels of Thomas Hardy. Signed copy.
63667: JACOBSON, HOWARD: - Redback.
63671: JACOBSON, HOWARD: - Coming From Behind.
68945: JACOBSON, HOWARD: - Peeping Tom. Advance Proof.
54896: JACQUELIN, L./ POULAIN, R: - The Wines and Vineyards of France.
73249: JACQUEMART, ALBERT: - History of the Ceramic Art. A Descrptive and Philosophical Study of the Pottery of all Ages and Nations. Translated by Mrs Bury Palliser. Containing 200 woodcuts by H.Catenacci and Jules Jacquemart, 10 engravings in Aquafortis by Jules Jacquemart and 1000 marks and monograms. Second edition.
67351: JAFFE, JAMES A. (ED): - ‘The Affairs of Others’: The Diaries of Francis Place, 1825-1836. Camden Fifth Series Volume 30.
72993: JAGGARD, GEOFFREY: - Wooster’s World. A Companion to the Wooster-Jeeves cycle of P.G.Wodehouse.
69109: JAINE, TOM: - Feasts and Festivals. A Day Book.
67798: JAKAB, PETER L.: - Visions of a Flying Machine. The Wright Brothers and the Process of Invention. Smithsonian History of Aviation Series.
64997: JAMES, BARBARA: - Beauty That Must Die.
65162: JAMES, EDWARD: - Brief Memoirs of the Late Right Reverend John Thomas James, Lord Bishop of Calcutta: particularly during his residence in India; gathered from his letters and papers.
63975: JAMES, HAROLD: - A German Identity 1779-1990.
55119: JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND, I OF ENGLAND; ARBER, EDWARD (ED): - James VI of Scotland I of England - The Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of Poesie (1585) & A Counterblaste to Tobacco (1604) (English Reprints).
74321: JAMES STRACHAN - Agricultural Tables: A new set of tables, for computing the weight of cattle by measurement: The quantity of hay in ricks; the value of land, &c.; the measurement of drains and dunghills. To which is now added a concise system of farm book-keeping.
71546: JAMES, JUDE: - Discover Dorset. The Victorians.
74060: JAMES, PETER / THORPE, NICK: - Ancient Inventions.
76615: JAMES, LAWRENCE; - The Rise and Fall of The British Empire. In slipcase.
76776: JAMES, DAVID; - That Frozen Land (The story of a year in the Antarctic.)
52059: JAMES, LAWRENCE - Warrior Race. A History of the British at War. The British Experience of War From Roman Times to the Present
70651: JAMES, JUDE: - Wimborne Minster. The History of a Country Town. Signed.
53321: JAMES VI. OF SCOTLAND, I OF ENGLAND. - the Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie Edinburgh 1585 & a Counterblaste to Tobacco. London 1604.
61424: JAMES, CLIVE: - May Week was in June. (Unreliable Memoirs continued).
43655: JAMESON, H. G.: - Trees and Flowers of England and Wales. An Illustrated Guide.
63991: JAMESON, WILLIAM: - The Wandering Albatross. With drawings by Peter Shepheard.
64413: JAMIESON, ALEXANDER: - A Manual of Map-Making and Mechanical Geography, illustrated by sixty engravings. Fourth edition.
53765: JAMIN, M.: - Cours de physique de L'ecole Polytechnique. Optique Geometrique.
55092: JARDINE, LISA: - Curious Life of Robert Hooke. The Man who Measured London.
73300: JARMIN, A.M.: - The History and Mystery of Colchester Castle. Being Selections from “Occasional Notes on Colchester Antiquities” contributed to “The Essex County Telegraph”. Eighth edition.
75355: JAYATI, SATYAM; - Ritu Sanhara. Or Assemblage of Seasons, ascribed to Kalidasa; Memorable for being the first work ever printed in Sanscrit. Translated for the First time to English.
75421: JEAN DE LA FAYE; HENRY BOYDE; J MORGAN; BOULET, ABBEL; - Several Voyages to Barbary. Containing an Historical and Geographical Account of the Country. With the hardships, sufferings, and manner of redeeming Christian slaves. Together with a curious description of Mequinez, Oran, and Alcazar. With a journal of the late siege and surrender of Oran. To which are added. The maps of Barbary, and the sea-coasts; the prospects of Mequinez and Alcazar; an exact plan of Oran, and a view of the ancient Roman ruins near Mequinez. All design'd by Captain Henry Boyde. The whole illustrated with notes, historical and critical. The Second Edtion, Corrected.
76014: JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - The Story of my Heart. My Autobiography. THE SILVER LIBRARY. Third Edition.
66471: JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - Chronicles of the Hedges. And Other Essays. Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Samuel J.Looker. Illustrated with pencil drawings by Richard Jeffries and by his uncle, John Luckett Jefferies.
75508: JEFFERIES, RICHARD / WHYMPER, CHARLES: - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. With illustrations by CHARLES WHYMPER.
74528: JEFFERIES, RICHARD - The Amateur Poacher. By the author of “The Gamekeeper at Home” and “Wild Life in a Southern County”.
44676: JEFFERIES, RICHARD / LOOKER, S. J. (ED.): - Beauty is Immortal (Felise of 'The Dewy Morn') with some hitherto uncollected essays and manuscripts printed for the first. Richard Jefferies Centenary 1948. The Worthing Cavalcade.
71802: JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - Wild Life in a Southern County. With Introduction and Notes by Samuel J.Looker. Wood Engravings by C.F.Tunnicliffe
69366: JENKIN, A.K.HAMILTON: - Mines of Devon. Volume I: The Southern Area.
67352: JENKINS, T.A. (ED): - The Parliamentary Diaries of Sir John Trelawney, 1858-1865. Camden Fourth Series Volume 40.
61315: JENKINS, ROBERT C.: - Diocesan Histories. Canterbury. With map.
50303: JENKINS, PETER: - A Walk Across America
67174: JENKINS, L.C.: - Parkstone. A history of its golf club.
62724: JENKINS, ALAN C.: - The Naturalists. Pioneers of Natural History.
57350: JENKINS, SUSAN: - Quilts. An Engagement Calendar. 1994.
54300: JENKINS, R. / REES, W.(ED.): - A Bibliography of the History of Wales.
76033: JENNETT, SEAN; - Always Adam.
77139: JENNINGS, PAYNE; - Sun Pictures of Norfolk Broads. One Hundred Photographs from Nature of the Rivers and Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk.
73344: JENNINGS, KATE F.: - Ansel Adams.
77138: JENNINGS, PAYNE; - Photo Pictures in East Anglia. With Descriptive Letterpress by Annie Berlyn.
76096: JEROME, JEROME K.: - Three Men in a Boat. (to say Nothing of the Dog). Illustrations by A. Frederics.
69985: JERRAM, F.R.: - Tales from The Middle Watch.
36655: JERSEY - - Jersey. Holiday Island. Past and Present. A Third Series of Coloured Views issued by The jersey Tobacco Comp. Ltd. Manufacturers of Ching & Co’s Famous Cigarettes.
64363: JESSE, F. TENNYSON (ED): - Trial of Alma Victoria Rattenbury and George Percy Stoner. Notable British Trials series.
52589: JESSON, MARGARET, & HILL, DAVID (EDS) - The Iron Age & Its Hill-Forts - Papers Presented to Sir Mortimer Wheeler
56285: JEWELL, DEREK: - Come In Number One, Your Time Is Up - A Business Entertainment.
73232: JHABVALA, RUTH PRAWER: - Heat and Dust.
59907: JHABVALA, R.PRAWER: - The Householder.
73524: JINKINS, DANA / BOBROW, JILL: - St.Vincent and the Grenadines. Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Tobago Cays, Palm, Union, PSV. With special contributions by Margaret Atwood, Graeme Gibson and Raquel Welch.
71778: JOBE, J.(ED): - The Romance of Ballooning. The Story of the Early Aeronauts.
69696: JOBSON, ALLAN: - Under a Suffolk Sky. Drawings by Beryl Irving.
77095: JOCELYN, CAPTAIN ARTHUR; - The Orders Decorations and Medals of The World The British Empire. SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
77094: JOCELYN, CAPTAIN ARTHUR; - Awards of Honour The Orders, Decorations, Medals and Awards of Great Britain & The Commonwealth from Edward III to Elizabeth II. With a Foreword by The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. WITH AUTHOR’S SIGNED LETTER.
75869: JOHN SPEED; SAXTON; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Norfolk. Norfolk, A Countie Flourishing & Populous Described and Devided with the Armes of Such Noble Families as Have Borne the Titles Therof.
74606: JOHN SPEED - The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain: Presenting an exact geography of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, Ireland, and the Isles adjoining. With a Chronology of Civil-Wars in England, Wales, & Ireland. Together with A Prospect of the most famous parts of the World. Asia, Africa, Europe, America. In this New edition are added In the Theatre of Great Britain The Principal Roads, & their branches leading to the cities & chief towns in England & Wales with their computed distances. In a new & accurate method. The Market Towns wanting in the former impressions. A Continuation of all the Battles fought in England, Scotland & Wales & Ireland, with all the Sea-Fights to this present time. The Arms of all the Dukes & Earls, whole titles of honour were wanting in each particular County to the last creation. The Descriptions of His Majesty’s Dominions abroad; with a map fairly engraven to each description, New England, Carolina, Virginia, Jamaica, New York, Florida, Mary Land, Barbados. Includes the RARE map of America when they thought Californa was an island. In the prospect of the World. The Empire of the great Mogul; Palestine or the Holy-Land, with the rest of the East Indies; The Empire of Russia. Printed for Thomas Basset MDCLXXVI
76233: JOHN SPEED; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of The Countie of Westmoreland. And Kendale The Chief Towne Described. With the Armes of Such Noble as have been Earles of either of them. Double Sided.
65375: JOHN HAMILTON - The Swordfish Attack. May 26 1941 Abandoning her attempt to break out into the Atlantic the German battleship Bismarck made for the French coast. This attack by Fleet Air Arm aircraft from H M S Ark Royal damaged her steering & enabled an overwhelming force to converge on her. In the engagement which followed, Bismarck was sunk.
71770: JOHN ADAMSON - The Compensation of the Effects of Potential Gradient Variations in the Measurements of the Atmospheric Air Earth Current.
69230: JOHN WAIN - The Oxford Library of English Poetry. Three volumes. Vol I, Edmund Spenser to John Dryden; Vol II, Charles Sackville to John Keats; Vol III, George Darley to Seamus Heaney.
48632: JOHNS, J.R.: - All About the Basset Hound.
75393: JOHNS, W.E.; WHITEHOUSE. A; HEYDEMARCK, H.; MCCUDDEN; “VIGILANT”; - Wings. Flying Thrills. Vol.1 Parts 1-4. 1935. Incudes Spring, Autumn and Winter Numbers.
76122: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Biggles Investigates. And Other Stories of the Air Police. Illustrated by Leslie Stead.
75969: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Biggles Follows On. A Story of the Cold War in Europe and Asia. Illustrated by Stead.
75971: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Biggles Goes To School. The Story of Biggle’s Early Life and School Days. With illustrations by Studio Stead.
75972: JOHNS, CAPT. W. E.: - Gimlet’s Oriental Quest. A “King of the Commandos” Adventure. With illustrations by Stead.
63028: JOHNS, REV.C.A.: - The Forest Trees of Britain. Eleventh edition, revised by G.S.Boulger. With sixteen Plates taken direct from Nature by Photography, giving the Natural Colours; and numerous other Illustrations.
70883: JOHNS, QUILTER (ED): - The Poetical Works of John Wilmot. Earl of Rochester. Limited edition.
64349: JOHNS, CAPT.W.E.: - Gimlet Mops Up. Illustrated by Leslie Stead.
60957: JOHNS, REV.C.A.: - The Forest Trees of Britain. Eleventh Edition. With Sixteen Plates taken direct from Nature by Photography, giving the Natural Colours; and numerous other Illustrations.
67144: JOHNSON, DIANE: - The Life of Dashiell Hammett.
66612: JOHNSON, ROSSITER: - Campfire and Battlefield An illustrated History of the Campaigns and Conflicts of the Civil War. With special contributions by Gen.J.T.Morgan, Gen.O.O.Howard, Gen.Seldon Connor, et al. Facsimile reprint.
77213: JOHNSON, CAPTAIN CHARLES: OGILVIE, ALEXINA: - A General History of the Pirates. Edited, with a Preface by Philip Gosse. Adorn’d with Cuts by Alexina Ogilvie. In Two Volumes.
77291: JOHNSON, SAMUEL: - The Works of Samuel Johnson. A New Edition. In Twelve Volumes. To which if prefixed an Essay on His Life and Genius by Arthur Murphy, Esq.
67507: JOHNSON, DOUGLAS: - France and the Dreyfus Affair.
49873: JOHNSON, SAMUEL/ BOSWELL / SHEPARD: - Everybody's Boswell. Being the Life of Samuel Johnson. Abridged from J. Boswell's complete text and from the "Tour to the Hebrides".
49069: JOHNSON, DAVID: - Napoleon’s Cavalry and its Leaders.
63268: JOHNSON, EDWARD D.: - The First Folio of Shake-Speare Signed copy.
77219: JOHNSON, GEORGE: - Conjurers' Tales. By Author of “Pethertons Phoenix,” “Apperatus for Amateurs,” etc.
73372: JOHNSON, R.BRIMLEY (ED): - Fanny Burney and the Burneys. Fully illustrated.
73310: JOHNSON, A.E.: - W.Heath Robinson. Containing many examples of the artist’s work in brush, pen and pencil.
72976: JOHNSON, GORDON: - University Politics. F.M.Cornford’s Cambridge and his advice to the young academic politician containing the complete text of Cornford’s Microcosmographia Academica.
65014: JOHNSON, EDWARD: - Hydropathy. The Theory, Principles, and Practice of the Water Cure, shewn to be in accordance with medical science and the teachings of common sense; Illustrated with many Important Cases. With nine engravings.
72780: JOHNSON, M.M. (ED): - These Also. An Anthology arranged by M.M.Johnson. With an Introduction by Walter de la Mare.
69377: JOHNSON, BRIAN: - Fly Navy. The History of Naval Aviation.
67783: JOHNSON, LADY BIRD: - A White House Diary.
53480: JOHNSON, T FIELDING: - Glimpses of Ancient Leicester, in Six Periods.
56292: JOHNSON, PAMELA HANSFORD: - The Holiday Friend.
71448: JOHNSTON, SIR HARRY: - British Mammals. An Attempt To Describe and Illustrate The Mammalian Fauna Of The British Islands From The Commencement of The Pleistocene Period Down To The Present Day. The Woburn Library of Natural History, edited by His Grace The Duke of Bedford, K.G.
70343: JOHNSTON, ALAN: - The Emergence of Greece. The Making of the Past.
69747: JOHNSTON, SIR HARRY H.: - A Comparative Study of the Bantu and Semi-Bantu Languages.
68409: JOHNSTONE, E.G.(ED): - Naval Eight. A History of No.8 Squadron R.N.A.S. - afterwards No 298 Squadron R.A.F. - from its formation in 1916 until the Armistice in 1918. introduction by Sir Geoffrey Bromet.
72098: JONATHAN HARRIS - Byzantium and the Crusades Crusader Worlds
76237: JONES, BARRY M.; - The Story of Panther Motorcycles.
63812: JONES, ERNEST: - On the Nightmare. International Psycho-analytical Library. Edited by Ernest Jones. Second impression.
75238: JONES, J.W.: - The Salmon (16). (New Naturalist Monograph / Special Volume)
65592: JONES, BERNARD: - William Barnes. 1801-1886 a handbook. Dorset Festival Handbook.
75816: JONES, HANNAH, MARIA; - The Gipsy Mother; Or, The Miseries of Enforced Marriage: A Tale of Mystery.
76147: JONES, MARY D.: - Cerne Abbas. The Story of a Dorset Village.
70422: JONES, STEPHEN: - Hats: an Anthology.
68724: JONES, M.G.: - The Charity School Movement. A study of eighteenth century puritanism in action.
67872: JONES, BERNARD (ED): - William Barnes 1886-1986. Dorset Festival Handbook. Limited edition.
76508: JONES, CHARLES PERCY; - History of Lymington.
76895: JONES, STEVE; MARTIN, ROBERT; PILBEAM, DAVID; - The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Foreword by Richard Dawkins.
73193: JONG, ERICA: - Fanny being The True History of the Adventures of Fanny Hackabout-Jones. In Three Books. Comprising her Life at Lymeworth, her Initiation as a Witch, Her Travels with the Merry Men, her Life in the Brothel, her London High Life, her Slaving Voyage, her Life as a Female Pirate, her Eventual Unravelling of her Destiny, et cetera.
67224: JORDAN, ROBERT: - Winter’s Heart. Book Nine of The Wheel of Time.
61513: JOSEPH RANK LIMITED. - The Master Millers. The Story of the House of Rank. Issued by Joseph Rank Limited on the Occasion of their Eightieth Anniversary.
66340: JOSEPH, FRANCIS: - Collecting Susie Cooper. Including a unique price and pattern guide.
69225: JOSEPH DARRACOTT - England’s Constable The Life and Letters of John Constable
55222: ( JOURNAL ) - THE HAWK The Journal of the Royal Air Force Staff Colleges.
57181: JOWITT, R.L.P. & JOWITT, DOROTHY: - History, people and places in Hampshire.
66034: JOYCE, JAMES: - Dubliners. With an introduction by Joseph McMinn.
75030: JOYCE, JAMES; - Giacomo Joyce With an Introduction and Notes by Richard Ellmann.
70863: (JOYCE) ELIOT, T.S.: - Introducing James Joyce. A Selection of Joyce’s Prose. With an introductory note.
54346: JOYCE, J: - Trams in colour since 1945.
70965: JUDD, H.W.: - Pictorial Guide to the West Coast of Tasmania. Published under the Auspices of the Western Tasmanian Tourist Association. Facsimile Edition.
55814: JUNIPER, WILLIAM: - The True Drunkard's Delight.
54940: JUNOR, PENNY: - Margaret Thatcher. Wife-Mother-Politician.
77202: KANE, ELISHA KENT: - Arctic Explorations in the years 1853, ‘54, ‘55. Two volumes.
76905: KANE, ELISHA KENT: - Arctic Explorations: the Second Grinnell Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin, 1853, ‘54, ‘55.
73395: KANE, HENRY B.: - The Tale of the Promethea Moth.
55959: KAPLAN, P./ COLLIER, R.: - The Few. Summer 1940, the Battle of Britain. Introduction by Peter Townsend.
73449: KATCHER, PHILIP: - The Army of Robert E.Lee.
56291: KAUFMAN, SUE: - Falling Bodies.
74425: KAWATA, T. (ED): - Glimpses of the East. N.Y.K.Official Guide. Fifteenth Annual Issue. Nippon Yusen Kaisha’a (N.Y.K.Line) Official Guide for Shippers & Travellers to all the Principal Ports of the World. 1932-1933.
67458: KAY-ROBINSON, D: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised.
69470: KAY-ROBINSON, D: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised.
71167: KAY-ROBINSON, DENYS: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised.
69469: KAY-ROBINSON, D: - Hardy's Wessex Reappraised. Signed copy.
68082: KAY-ROBINSON, DENYS: - The Landscape of Thomas Hardy. With photographs by Simon McBride.
67759: KAYE, M.M. (ED): - The Golden Calm. An English Lady’s life in Moghul Delhi. Reminiscences by Emily, Lady Clive Bayley and by her father, Sir Thomas Metcalf.
70749: KEAN, REV.JAMES: - Among the Holy Places. A Pilgrimage Through Palestine. Illustrated. Fifth Edition
54507: KEARNEY, PATRICK J.: - A History of Erotic Literature.
58113: KEARY, ANNIE: - A York and Lancaster Rose.
73336: KEE, ROBERT: - Ireland. A History. The book of the major BBC/RTE Television Series.
62113: KEEBLE, SIR FREDERICK: - Science Lends a Hand in the Garden.
76638: KEEGAN, JOHN: - The Face of Battle.
74777: KEETON, G.W.& CAMERON, J: - The Trial of Gustav Rau, Otto Monsson & Willem Smith. (NBT). The "Veronica" Trial. Notable British Trials
64790: KEETON, G.W. / CAMERON, J.: - The Trial of "Veronica" Mutineers. (NBT). Gustav Rau, Otto Monsson and Willem Smith.
76216: KEIR, DAVID; MORGAN, BRYAN; - Golden Milestone. 50 Years of The AA.
74283: KELLY'S: - Directory of Dorsetshire. 1927. With coloured Map.
77258: KELLY'S: - Directory of Dorsetshire.1939. With coloured Map.
73843: KELLY, ALISON: - Mrs Coade’s Stone.
71161: KELLY'S: - Directory of Dorsetshire.1923. With Coloured Map. Edited by A.Lindsay Kelly.
71160: KELLY'S: - Directory of Dorsetshire.1920. With Coloured Map.
77049: KELLY'S - Kelly’s Directory of Berkshire And Oxfordshire 1939. With Coloured Maps.
66680: KEMAL, YASHAR: - The Wind from the Plain. Translated by Thilda Kemal.
74680: KEMP, LIEUTENANT -COMMANDER P. K.; HORROCKS, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR BRIAN G.; - The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge’s Own) 1919-1952. Compiled under the direction of a Regimental Committee.
72242: KEMP, PETER: - The Campaign of the Spanish Armada.
71018: KEMP, LIEUT.-COMMANDER P. K.: - H. M. Destroyers. Foreword by Viscount Cunningham.
69687: KEMP, PAUL: - Convoy! Drama in the Arctic Waters.
67297: KEMP, PETER / ORMOND, RICHARD: - The Great Age of Sail. Maritime Art and Photography.
68969: KEMPE, DAVID: - Living Underground. A history of cliff and cave dwelling.
74643: KENDALL, E. A.; J. H. B. DE SAINT PIERRE; - Amasis. From the French of J. H. B. de Saint Pierre.
72807: KENDREW, W.G.: - Climate. A Treatise on the Principles of Weather and Climate. Second edition.
71717: KENDRICK, IAN: - Music in the Air. The Story of Music in the Royal Air Force.
59535: KENNEDY, BENJAMIN HALL: - The Birds of Aristophanes. Translated into English Verse with Introduction, Notes and Appendices.
57783: KENNEDY, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR JOHN:. - The Business Of War. The War Narrative of...
69913: KENNEDY, WALTER: - Shipping in Dublin Port. 1939-1945.
69139: KENNEDY, JOHN: - A History of the Parish of Leyton, Essex. With maps and other illustrations.
58566: KENNEDY, SARAH: - Charlotte’s Friends.
67492: KENNETT, JOHN: - The Rise of Communist China. With a brief History of Japan.
68553: KENT, J.P.C. / PAINTER, K.S. (EDS): - Wealth of the Roman World. Gold and Silver AD 300-700.
74070: KENYON, JOHN / OHLMEYER, JANE (EDS): - The Civil Wars. A Military History of England, Scotland and Ireland 1638-1660.
76889: KERMACK, D.M. & K. A.; - Early Mammals Supplement 1 to the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society of London.
69626: KERMODE, A.C.: - Flight Without Formulae. How and why an aeroplane flies explained in simple language. Second edition.
77111: KERR, BARBARA: - Bound to the Soil. A Social History of Dorset 1750-1918.
68701: KERR, JESSICA: - Shakespeare’s Flowers. Illustrated by Anne Ophelia Dowden.
76699: KERRY, COLONEL A. J.; MCDILL, MAJOR W. A.; - The History of the Royal Canadian Engineers. In Two Volumes. Volume 1; 1749 - 1939. Volume 2; 1936 - 1946.
73269: KERSH, GERALD: - Brain and Ten Fingers. A novel.
71673: KERSHAW, IAN: - Fateful Choices. Ten Decisions that Changed the World. 1940-1941.
69836: KEY, CHARLES E.: - The Story of Twentieth-Century Exploration. With Sixteen Half-tone Illustrations and Twelve Maps.
73451: KHALIDI, TARIF (TRANS): - The Qur’an. A new translation.
75222: KHAYYAM, OMAR; FITZGERALD, EDWARD; - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. A Calendar for the Year 1913. Rendered into English by Edward Fitzgerald.
75984: KHAYYAM, OMAR: - Rubaiyat. Rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald. With illustrations by EDMUND DULAC.
58767: KI-BAEK, YI (ET AL): - 5000 Years of Korean Arts.
66176: KIGHTLY, CHARLES: - Country Voices. Life and Lore in an English Village.
67805: KILDUFF, PETER: - Richtofen. Beyond the Legend of the Red Baron.
73383: KILPATRICK, SARAH: - Fanny Burney.
71699: KIMBER, WING CDR. CHARLES T.: - The Jubilee Year First Edition of Son of Halton. Book I. Memoirs of an Ex-Brat.
69909: KIMBERLEY, SGT PILOT BOB: - Home, Sweet Home. The Wartime Letters of Sgt Pilot Bob Kimberley. Illustrated by Ken Kimberley.
75306: KINCAID, CAPTAIN SIR JOHN; - Adventures in The Rifle Brigade And; Random Shorts From A Rifleman. With Illustrations. Two Volumes in One.
76253: KING, STEPHEN; - Misery.
76255: KING, STEPHEN; - The Dead Zone.
76256: KING, STEPHEN; - Pet Sematary.
73403: KING, PETER: - Women Rule the Plot. The story of the 100 year fight to establish women’s place in farm and garden.
76514: KING, STEPHEN; - Christine.
55679: KING, FRANCIS: - A Game of Patience.
53085: KING, JOHN, R.(ED): - Select Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero (with English notes).
48894: KING, FRANCIS: - The Custom House. A Novel.
74475: KINGSFORD, CHARLES LETHERIDGE; - The Story of The Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment)
68407: KINGSFORD, A.R.: - Night Raiders of the Air. Being the experiences of a night flying pilot, who raided Hunland on many dark nights during the War.
75569: KINGSLEY, MARY H: - Travels in West Africa. Ed.and introduced by Elspeth Huxley. In slipcase.
74635: KINGSLEY, REV.CHARLES: - Two Years Ago. In Three Volumes.
67198: KINGSLEY, CHARLES: - The Water Babies. Illustrated in colour by A.E.Jackson.
74437: KINGSLEY, CHARLES; - Hereward The Wake. ‘Last of The English’.
77270: KINGSTON, W. H .G: - The Three Midshipmen. With Illustrations by George Thomas, Julian Portch, etc.
77272: KINGSTON, W. H .G: - Manco: The Peruvian Chief; Or, An Englishman’s Adventures in the Country of the Incas. With Illustrations by Carl Schmolze.
74458: KINGSTON, WILLIAM H.G.; LONGFELLOW, HENRY W.; - The Albatross: or, Voices From The Ocean. A Tale of The Sea. AND The Song of Hiawatha. Two Volumes Bound in One.
74149: KINGSTON, W.H.G.: - Our Sailors.
77271: KINGSTON, W. H .G: - Hurricane Hurry; or, The Adventures of a Naval Officer Afloat and On Shore. With Illustrations by R. Huttula.
76379: (115). KINGTON, JOHN: - Climate and Weather. (The New Naturalist 115).
68776: KIP, WILLIAM: - Staffordshire Original engraved map, from Camden’s Britannia. Staffordiae Comitatus Pars olim cornauiorum.
68775: KIP, WILLIAM: - Wiltshire. Original engraved map, from Camden’s Britannia. Wiltoniae Comitatus herbida. Planicie nobilis vulgo will Shire pars olim Belgarum.
52418: KIPLING, RUDYARD - Actions and Reactions
45405: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - A Choice of Songs. From the Verse of R. Kipling. Pocket edition.
63075: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - The Day's Work.
73199: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Songs for Youth. from “Collected Verse” by Rudyard Kipling. With illustrations by Leo Bates.
59472: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - A Diversity of Creatures.
59476: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Limits and Renewals.
62257: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - The Years Between.
72206: KIPLING, RUDYARD - A Diversity of Creatures.
71446: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Short Stories. 5 volumes. Introduced by Andrew Lydett. Illustrated by Philip Bannister.
71198: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Twenty One Tales. Selected and with an Introduction by Tim Wilkinson. Drawings by Ian Ribbons.
61288: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Soldiers Three. A Collection of Stories. The Story of the Gadsbys. In Black and White.
61290: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Land and Sea Tales For Scouts and Guides by Rudyard Kipling, Commissioner, Boy Scouts.
62258: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - The Seven Seas.
68982: KIPLING, RUDYARD - Departmental Ditties & Other Verses. Sixth edition.
54969: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Departmental Ditties and other Verses.
54497: KIPLING, RUDYARD: - Wee Willie Winkie / Under the Deodars / The Phantom Rickshaw / The Story of the Gadsbys
64155: (KIPLING, RUDYARD): - Macmillan’s Magazine. Vol LXII. May 1890 to October 1890.
74943: KIRKMAN, F. B.; OXON. B. A.; - The British Bird Book. An Account of all the Birds, Nests and Eggs found in the British Isles. Illustrated by Two Hundred Coloured Drawings and Numerous Photographs. Six Volumes.
70000: KIRKMAN, F.B. / HUTCHINSON, HORACE G. (EDS): - British Sporting Birds. The chapters on the natural history of each bird and the plates illustrating the book drawn from the British Bird Book.
77068: KITCHIN: - Map of Dorsetshire.
52304: KITE, EDWARD - The Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire: a series of examples of these memorials, ranging from the Thirteenth to the Seventeenth centuries; accompanied with notices descriptive of ancient costume, and generally illustrative of the History if the County during this period.
56005: KITLITSCHKA, WERNER: - Historismus & Jugendstil in Niederosterreich.
72226: KITSON, FRANK: - Prince Rupert. Portrait of a Soldier.
75482: KLAPKA, GENERAL; OTTO WENCKSTERN; - Memoirs of the War of Independence in Hungary. Translated from the original Manuscript by Otto Wenckstern. In Two Volumes.
45204: KLEIN, DAN / HORNAK: - Art Deco. Photographiert von Angelo Hornak.
67974: KLEIN, DAN / LLOYD, WARD (EDS): - The History of Glass. Foreword by Robert Charleston.
45205: KNAUR, D.: - Morgen des Abendlandes. Von der Antike zum Mittelalter. Knaur Große Kulturen in Farbe. (400 - 900 A.C.).
74056: KNIGHT, G.WILSON: - The Saturnian Quest of John Cowper Powys. A Study of his Prose Works.
68132: KNIGHT, DOUGLAS: - Lulworth Cove and District. An Illustrated Guide.
68163: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Down Dorset Way.
68162: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Down Dorset Way. Signed copy.
56012: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Dorset With Hardy. Signed copy.
55933: KNOTT, OLIVE: - Tales of Dorset. Signed copy.
75592: KNOWLES BOLTON, CHARLES; - The Private Soldier Under Washington. Illustrated.
75483: KNOWLES, LEES; - Minden and the Seven Years War.
74976: KNOWLES, HORACE J.; HUNT, LEIGH: - The Months. Descriptive of the Successive Beauties of the Year. With Drawings by Horace J. Knowles.
72442: KNOWLES, JAMES D.: - Memoir of Roger Williams, The Founder of the State of Rhode Island.
42380: KNOWLTON, D: - The Naturalist in Central Southern England. Hampshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Dorset & Somerset.
70786: KNOX-JOHNSTON, ROBIN: - The Cape of Good Hope. A Maritime History.
74019: KNOX, CLEONE: - The Diary of a Young Lady of Fashion in the Year 1764-1765. by “Cleone Knox” (Magdalen King-Hall) edited by her kinsman Alexander Blacker-Kerr. With an introduction by Frank Delaney.
70951: KNOX, SUSAN A.: - The Making of the Shetland Landscape.
65264: KNOX, JOHN: - The History of the Reformation Within the Realm of Scotland Edited for Popular Use by C.J.Guthrie. With Notes, Summary, Glossary, Index, and Fifty-six Illustrations.
68456: KOCH, H.W.: - History of Warfare.
58298: KOCH, ROBERT: - Louis C.Tiffany, Rebel in Glass.
65233: KOCHER, PAUL: - Master of Middle-Earth. the achievement of J.R.R.Tolkien.
73483: KOCIEJOWSKI, MARIUS: - The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool. A Syrian Journey.
65546: KOHLHAAS, H.T.(ED): - Reference Data for Radio Engineers.
74828: KOKOSCHA, OSCAR; - Olda. Limited Edition 201-990. In grooved cardboard binder with imprint.
69795: KONODY, P.G. / LATHOM, XENIA: - An Introduction to French Painting. With forty illustrations. Signed copy.
73242: KOSSOFF, DAVID: - The Christmas Story in Masterpieces. Introduced by David Kossoff.
69285: KOSSOFF, DAVID: - The Book of Witnesses.
73568: KRASSNOFF, PETER NICOLAEVITCH: - Napoleon and the Cossacks. Translated from the Russian by Olga Vitali.
72024: KRAUS, RICHARD: - An English Forest. Second edition, revised.
75792: KROLL, MARIA / LINDSEY, JASON: - Europe’s Royal Families. The Country Life Book of. With photographs by Lichfield. Compiled and edited by Burke’s Peerage.
63747: KRONENBERGER, LOUIS: - The Extraordinary Mr Wilkes. His Life and Times.
76988: KUHNE, WALTER GEORG; - The Liassic Therapsid Oligokyphus. With Twelve Stereoscopic Plates and Sixty-Six Figures in the Text.
56002: KUHNEL, ERNST: - Miniaturmalerei Im Islamischen Orient. Die Kunst Des Ostens. Herausgegeben von William Cohn. Band VII.
50719: KUPER, LEO (ED.): - Living in towns; selected research papers in urban sociology of the Faculty of Commerce and Social Science University of Birmingham. Selected Research Papers in Urban Sociology.
72729: KVARNING, LARS-AKE / OHRELIUS, BENGT: - The Vasa. The Royal Ship. Translated by Joan Tate.
74157: KYNASTON, DAVID: - Cazenove and Co. A History.
74537: L. S. STARRETT CO.; - Fine Mechanical Tools Trade Marks Registered in Foreign Countries. Manufactured by The L.S. Starrett Company.
56095: LACEY, ROBERT: - Aristocrats.
50157: LACK, DAVID: - Population Studies on Birds.
67712: LADY GROGAN: - Reginald Bosworth Smith A Memoir. By his daughter, Lady Grogan.
50074: LADY GROVE: - The Social Fetich. Printed dedication to THOMAS HARDY.
58088: LADY MURASAKI: - The Lady of the Boat. 2 volumes. The Lady of the Boat and The Bridge of Dreams. The Lady of the Boat is the Fifth part of “The Tale of Genji”. The Bridge of Dreams is the second volume of The Lady of the Boat and the final part of “The Tale of Genji”. Translated from the Japanese by Arthur Waley.
63604: LAFFIN, JOHN: - Jack Tar. The story of the British Sailor.
63374: LAFFIN, JOHN: - Tommy Atkins. The Story of the English Soldier.
55981: LAHR, JOHN (ED) / TYNAN, KENNETH: - The Diaries of Kenneth Tynan.
50693: LAIDLER, LIZ: - Otters in Britain.
72167: LAKE, MINNIE: - The First Christmas Morning. A Talking Book. Story by Minnie Lake. Narrator, Frank Phillips. Illustrations by John Mansbridge. Music by Leslie Bridgewater. Produced by Nicholas Sandor.
70553: LAL, RAM NARAIN: - The Student’s Practical Dictionary, Anglo-Urdu. New and Enlarged Edition.
46195: LAMB, JAMES B.: - On the Triangle Run. More true stories of Canada’s navy. (during the 2nd. world war).
52842: LAMB C.G.: - Alternating currents, A text-book for students of engineering.
77120: LAMB, CHARLES AND MARY: - Tales from Shakespeare. With Twelve Illustrations in Permanent Photography from the Boydell Gallery.
57080: LAMB, CHARLES / WARD, A.C.(ED.): - Everybody’s Lamb. Being a selection from the Essays of Elia the Letters and the Miscellaneous Prose of Charles Lamb.
55437: LAMB, M.C.: - Leather Dressing, Including Dyeing, Staining & Finishing. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
63838: LAMB, RICHARD: - Montgomery in Europe 1943-45. Success or Failure.
67528: LAMBERT, DEREK: - The Red House.
73440: LAMBERT, GAVIN: - A Case for the Angels.
70335: LAMBETH, M.: - A Golden Dolly. The Art, Mystery and History of Corn Dollies. Illustrations by R.C.Lambeth.
72652: LANCASTER, OSBERT: - Classical Landscape With Figures. Illustrated by the Author.
73416: LANDAU, ROM: - Search for Tomorrow. The Things Which Are and the Things Which Shall Be Hereafter.
74882: LANDON, LETITIA ELIZABETH; - The Poetical Works of Letitia Elizabeth Landon (L.E.L.) With an introductory Memoir and Illustrations by William B. Scott.
75057: LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE; - In the Forbidden Land. Two Volumes. An Account of a Journey in Tibet, Capture by the Tibetan Authorities, Imprisonment, Torture, and Ultimate Release. Also various official documents, including the enquiry and report by J. Larkin, esq., appointed by the Government of India. With a Map and Two Hundred and Fifty illustrations.
75014: LANG, ANDREW & JOHN; THOMSON, HUGH; - Highways and Byways in The Border. With illustrations by Hugh Thomson. First Pocket Edition.
76098: LANG, ANDREW: - The Arabian Nights Entertainments.
56747: LANG, A. AND J. / THOMSON, HUGH (ILL.); - Highways and Byways in The Border.
58173: LANG, JENNIFER: - Pride Without Prejudice. The story of London’s Guilds and Livery Companies. With a Foreword by Sir Hugh Wontner.
68962: LANG, DAVID MARSHALL / BURNEY, CHARLES: - The Peoples of the Hills. Ancient Arafat and Caucasus. The History of Civilisation.
55260: LANG, ANDREW (ED.) / HAGGARD (AND OTHERS): - The Red True Story Book.
45100: LANG, JENNIFER (WRITTEN BY) / FREELOVE, W. F.: - An Assemblage of 19th. Century Horses & Carriages. From the original sketches by the late W.F. Freelove.
53131: LANGDON, JOHN: - Horses, Oxen and Technological Innovation. The use of Draught Animals in English Farming from 1066 - 1500
74094: LANGLANDS, ALEX / GINN, PETER / GOODMAN, RUTH: - Victorian Farm. Rediscovering Forgotten Skills.
55748: LANGLEY, LEE: - Sunday Girl.
55671: LANGLEY, LEE: - The Only Person.
76239: LANGWORTH, RICHARD; - Sporting Cars from the Rootes Group.
76349: LANSING, CLARENCE; - The Nude in Art. A Collection of Forty-Five Photogravures reproduced from the original Paintings, selected from the best Works of the most famous Painters of the Nude.
56326: LAPIERRE, MARCEL: - Les Cent Visages du Cinema. Limited edition. French Language.
77069: LAPOTE, I; EMES, I; - Upwey House in Dorchester. Original Engraved View. “The Seat of George Gould Esq.”
73593: LARKEN, PEGGY: - Five Sisters.
69677: LARN, RICHARD / CARTER, CLIVE: - Cornish Shipwrecks. The South Coast.
73470: LAROUSSE: - The Second World War in Colour. A Unique Photographic Record in Colour.
76560: LARPENT, SIR GEORGE; - The Private Journal of F. S. Larpent, Esq. Judge Advocate General of the British Forces in the Peninsula. Attached to the Head-Quarters of Lord Wellington During the Peninsular War, From 1812 to its Close. In Three Volumes.
71203: LARWOOD, J. / HOTTEN, J.C.: - English Inn Signs. Being a Revised and Modernized Version of HISTORY OF SIGNBOARDS. With a chapter on the Modern Inn Sign by Gerald MILLAR.
58543: LASKI, MARGHANITA: - From Palm to Pine. Rudyard Kipling Abroad and At Home.
65761: LASKI, MARGHANITA: - From Palm to Pine. Rudyard Kipling Abroad and at Home.
57368: LATHEN, EMMA: - Going for Gold. The Lake Placid Winter Olymics & crimes & scandals that “might have been” - with John Putnam Thatcher neatly tying up the ends.
72856: LATIMER, R.S.: - Dr.Baedeker and his Apostolic work in Russia. With introductory notes by Princess Nathalie Lieven and Lord Radstock.
74042: LAUDERDALE, WENDY: - The Garden at Ashtree Cottage. Photographs by Andrew Lawson.
70110: LAURIE, ANDRE: - Schoolboy Days in Italy or Tito the Florentine. Translated by Laura E.Kendall. Illustrated.
73280: LAVER, JAMES: - Costume.
69288: LAVER, JAMES: - A Letter to a Girl on the Future of Clothes.
77225: LAW, PHILLIP: BECHERVAISE, JOHN: - Anare, Australia's Antarctic Outposts.
76565: LAWRENCE, T. E.; - The Diary Kept by T. E. Lawrence While Travelling in Arabia During 1911 Together with an Essay on Flecker. Two Volumes. With Slipcase. Limited numbered edition.
76035: LAWRENCE, T.E: - Men in Print. Essays in Literary Criticism. Introduction by A. W. Lawrence. Limited Numbered Edition.
64006: LAWRENCE, D.H.: - The Virgin & the Gipsy.
76732: LAWRENCE, T. E.: - Revolt in the Desert.
74758: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
75946: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
66188: LAWRENCE, D.H.: - The Heart of Man An Illustrated Selection edited by Neil Philip.
76818: LAWRENCE, T. E.: - Revolt in the Desert. Introduction by R. Trevelyan. Photographs by T. E. Lawrence and others. Sketches by Edward Bawden. Seventh Printing in New Binding.
64439: LAWRENCE, D.H.: - The Collected Poems. Two volumes. Vol I, Rhyming Poems, Vol II, Unrhyming Poems.
74210: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
73853: LAWRENCE, BERTA: - Somerset Legends.
75964: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
77108: LAWRENCE, WALTER ROPER; KIPLING, RUDYARD; - The India We Served With introductory letter by Rudyard Kipling.
72626: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
69010: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph.
65874: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - The Mint. A Day-book of the R.A.F. Depot between August and December 1922 with later Notes by 352087 A/c Ross.
77087: (LAWRENCE) GARNETT, DAVID(ED): - The Letters of T. E. Lawrence.
75896: LAWRENCE, T.E.: - Revolt in the Desert. Introduction by R. Trevelyan. Photographs by T.E. Lawrence and others. Sketches by Edward Bawden.
77234: LAWRENCE, T.E: - The Mint. A day-book of the R.A.F. Depot between August and December 1922 with later notes by 352087 A/c Ross.
60493: LE COMTE DE MONTALEMBERT: - Sainte Elisabeth de Hongrie. French Language.
75514: LE BRAZ, ANATOLE; GOSTLING, FRANCES M.; - The Night of Fires And Other Breton Studies. Put into English by Frances M. Gostling. With Photographs by W.A. and F.M. Gostling.
73393: LE GUIN, URSULA: - Lavinia. A Novel.
66773: LE CORBEILLER, CLARE: - European and American Snuff Boxes. 1730 - 1830.
76267: LE GUIN, URSULA: - City of Illusions.
72356: LE NEVE, JOHN: - Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae: or, an Essay Towards Deducing a Regular Succession of all the Principal Dignitaries in each Cathedral, Collegiate Church or Chapel (now in being) In those parts of Great Britain called England and Wales, from the first Erection thereof, to this present Year 1715. Containing the Names, Dates of Consecration, Admission, Preferment, Removal or Death of the Archbishops, Bishops, Deans, Praecentors, Treasurers, Chancellors and Archdeacons, in their several Stations and Degrees. To which is added The Succession of the Prebendaries in each Prebendall Stall (of most of those erected at the Reformation, and) continued down to this Time: as also Of the Heads or Masters of each College or Hall in either of of our famous Universities, from their first Settlement to this time. The whole extacted from the several Registers of the respective Cathedral or Collegiate Churches or Foundations, as also from other Authentick Records and Valuable Collections never before Publish’d. Attempted by John Le Neve, Gent. late Fellow-Commoner of Trinity College in Cambridge.
72210: LE KEUX, J.H. - Forde Abbey. The Seat of Mrs Bertram Evans.
75747: LEA, HERMANN: - Thomas Hardy's Wessex Illustrated from photographs by the author.
75659: LEA, HOMER; - The Valor of Ignorance With Specially Prepared Maps.
68846: LEACHMAN, REV. E.W.: - S.Peter's Bournemouth. With an introduction by the Lord Bishop of London.
69523: LEAKEY, RICHARD / LEWIN, ROGER: - People of the Lake. Man. His Origins, Nature and Future.
74802: LEBECH, MOGENS; - Hjejlen “The Golden Plover.” Denmarks Oldest Stemship. Limited Numbered Edition.
56984: LECKIE, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL V.C.: - A Centaur Looks Back.
53248: LECKY, WILLIAM EDWARD HARTPOLE: - Democracy and Liberty (2 Vols)
74487: LEDUC, CLAUDE ALPHONSE; - Chasse A Courre 1900 A 1914. Deuxieme Volume. Signed and Limited Numbered copy.
74703: LEE, LAURIE: - As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. With drawings by L.Rosoman.
75517: LEE, AIR CHIEF MARSHALL SIR DAVID; - Flight From the Middle East A history of the Royal Air Force in the Arabian Peninsula and adjacent territories 1945-1972. SIGNED.
72148: LEE, MARY KENDAL: - A Visit to Toyland.
54440: LEEDS, E. T: - Celtic Ornament in the British Isles Down to A. D. 700.
70494: LEEDS, E.T.: - Early Anglo-Saxon Art and Archaeology. Being the Rhind Lectures Delivered in Edinburgh 1935 by E.T.Leeds.
64938: LEEDS, W.H.: - Architecture. Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students. The Orders and their Aesthetic Principles with illustrative engravings. Fourteenth edition with appendix and glossarial index. Weale’s Scientific and Technical Series.
68615: LEEDS, E.THURLOW: - The Archaeology of the Anglo-Saxon Settlements. With an introduction by J.N.L.Myers.
63290: LEEPER, G.W.: - Introduction to Soil Science. Second edition, revised.
58338: LEES-MILNE, JAMES(ED): - The National Trust. A Record of Fifty Years’ Achievement.
57878: LEES-MILNE, JAMES: - Baroque in Spain and Portugal.
71192: LEESON, EDWARD (ED): - The Folio Book of Humorous Verse. Selected and Introduced by Edward Leeson. Illustrations by Posy Simmonds.
70406: LEFEBURE, MOLLY: - Thomas Hardy’s World. The Life, Work and Times of the Great Novelist and Poet.
76618: LEFEBVRE, GEORGES; - Napoleon. Two Volumes in One; Book One - From 18 Brumaire to Tilsit 1799-1807. Book Two - From Tilsit to Waterloo 1807-1815. Translated by Henry F. Stockhold and J. E. Anderson. Introduction by Andrew Roberts.
77170: LEFEVRE, ERIC; - Panzers in Normandy Then and Now
74674: LEGG, RODNEY: - Wartime Dorset The Complete History.
76285: LEGG, RODNEY: - Corfe Castle Encyclopaedia. Covering the Purbeck parishes of Church Knowle, Corfe Castle, Kimmeridge, Langton Matravers and Worth Matravers.
74340: LEGG, R.M.; - Integrated Chemical and Magnetic Analysis of Norse Deposits from Hamar, Unst, Shetland. Disstertation for Masters of Science Archaelogical Prospection Degree.
69959: LEGG, RODNEY: - Literary Dorset.
74099: LEGG, RODNEY: - A Purbeck Christmas.
73984: LEGG, RODNEY: - Literary Dorset.
73882: LEGG, RODNEY: - Purbeck Island. The industrial,social and natural history of a corner of England.
73023: LEGG, RODNEY: - The Fight for Tyneham. on the Dorset coastal army ranges.
72898: LEGG, RODNEY: - Discovering Lost Dorset. A personal view through magic lantern photographs and other images of the county in the Author’s Unique Collection.
71554: LEGG, RODNEY: - D-Day Dorset. Rodney Legg’s compelling day-by-day chronicle of the momentous closing months of Dorset’s war, incorporating much that has remained secret for half a century.
71552: LEGG, RODNEY: - Dorset at War.
71545: LEGG, RODNEY: - Literary Dorset.
70645: LEGG, RODNEY: - National Trust Dorset. Photographs by Colin Graham.
69843: LEGG, RODNEY: - The Jurassic Coast. Guide to the Devon and Dorset World Heritage site.
69370: LEGG, RODNEY: - Dorset Aviation Encyclopaedia.
68452: LEGG, RODNEY: - Dorset Flight. The Complete History.
56599: LEGG, RODNEY: - Swanage Encyclopaedic Guide.
54382: LEGG, RODNEY: - Swanage Encyclopaedic Guide.
76284: LEGG, RODNEY: - Battle of Britain Dorset.
77241: LEGG, RODNEY: - Legg Over Dorset
69805: LEHANE, BRENDAN: - Dorset’s Best Churches. Photographs by David Bailey.
67063: LEHMANN, JOHANNES: - Die Hethier. Volk der tausend Gotter. The Hittites, People of a Thousand Gods. German Language.
75683: LEIGH; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Cheshire.
63462: LEIGH, R.A.AUSTEN: - Eton v. Winchester. 1826-1908.
48814: LEIGHTON BROTHERS - - Pictorial Beauties of Nature. Or Sketches in various Departments of natural history. With coloured illustrations by Famous Artists.
70446: LEITCH, R.P.: - A Course in Sepia Painting. With Twenty-Four plates, from designs by R.P.Leitch.
76420: LEITH HAY, SIR ANDREW; - A Narrative of The Peninsula War. Fourth Edition. Illustrated by Twenty Views, and A Map of Spain and Portugal.
74554: LELAND; HEARNE; WOOD; - The Lives of those Eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne and Anthony a Wood. With an authentick account of their respective Writings and publications, from Original Papers, in which are occasionally inserted Memoirs relating to eminent Persons, and various parts of literature. Also several Engravings of Antiquity, never before published.
74061: LELLENBERG, JON / STASHOWER, DANIEL / FOLEY, CHARLES (EDS): - Arthur Conan Doyle. A Life in Letters.
76726: LENGLET DUFRESNOY, M. L'ABBE'; - Methode Pour Etudier La Geographie. Ou L’on Donne Une Description exacte de l’Univers, formee sur les Observations de l’Academie Royale des Sciences, & sur les Auters originaux. Avec un Discours Preliminare sur l’etude de cette Science, & un Catalogue des Cartes Geographiques, Relations, Voyages & Descriptions necessaires pour la Geographie. Troisieme Edition. In Seven Volumes.
72059: LENSKI, LOIS: - The Little Aeroplane.
74059: LEO, ALAN: - Astrology for All. Individual and Personal Characteristics as Represented by the Sun and Moon. Fifth Edition Enlarged. (Formerly Issued as Astrology for All, Part I.) “Astrology without Calculations”. “Astrology for All” Series - Vol I.
74058: LEO, ALAN: - The Progressed Horoscope. A sequel to The Art of Synthesis wherein the Progression of the Horoscope is exhaustively considered, both in principle and practice including also a full delineation of every possible Progressed Aspect, with its Influence on Character and Destiny, the effects of Transits, etc. To which is added A Complete Treatise on Primary Directions. Fifth Edition. “Astrology for All” Series - Vol V.
68957: LEON, DONNA: - A Sea of Troubles. The new Commissario Brunetti novel.
76148: LEON, DEREK; - Tolstoy, His Life and Work. Leather bound presentation edition in hard slipcase.
69857: LERNER, LAURENCE / HOLMSTROM, JOHN: - Thomas Hardy and His Readers. A Selection of Contemporary Reviews with a Commentary.
58561: LESLIE, DORIS: - That Enchantress.
70950: LESLIE, MRS SHANE: - Girlhood in the Pacific. Samoa - Philippines - Spain.
55216: LESLIE, ROBERT C. & ROGERS, CAPT. WOODES: - Life aboard a British Privateer in the time of Queen Anne. Being the Journal of Captain Woodes Rogers, Master Mariner.
46945: LESSING, ERICH (ILLS.) / KRUTA, V. (TEXT): - Die Kelten. Entwicklung und Geschichte einer europäischen Kultur.
61801: LEVENSON, DAVID / HALL, TREVOR: - The Story of the Royal Family. In Celebration of the Queen’s 60th Birthday and the Royal Wedding.
62847: LEVER, CHARLES: - The Dodd Family Abroad. With illustrations by H.R.Browne. Two volumes.
50395: LEVIN, IRA: - Rosemary’s Baby.
65792: LEVINSON, JOHN: - Poems. 1966-1979. Limited edition.
71946: LEVY, MURIEL: - The Adventures of Wonk. Fireworks. Stories by Muriel Levy of Radio Fame. Illustrations by Kiddell-Monroe. Signed copy.
73472: LEVY, MURIEL: - The Adventures of Wonk. Going to Sea. Stories by Muriel Levy of Radio Fame. Illustrations by Kiddell-Monroe.
75951: LEWER, DAVID; SMALE, DENNIS; - Swanage Past. SIGNED.
58818: LEWIN, RONALD: - The Life and Death of the Afrika Corps.
72246: LEWIN, RONALD: - Hitler’s Mistakes.
73670: LEWINGTON, SUE: - Sketches of Scilly. Signed copy.
61583: LEWIS, BEVERLY: - Play Better Golf. Illustrations by Ken Lewis.
77036: LEWIS, W: - Chess for Beginners. In a series of Progressive Lessons. Showing the most approved methods of beginning and ending the Game. With various Situations and Checkmates.
76289: LEWIS, EILUNED & PETER; - LAND OF WALES. Second Edition, Revised.
75594: LEWIS, EILUNED; - December Apples. Poems by Eiluned Lewis.
75096: LEWIS, PETER; - The British Bomber Since 1914. Fifty Years of Design and Development.
75092: LEWIS, PETER; - The British Fighter Since 1912. Sixty Years of Design and Development.
49129: LEWIS, MICHAEL: - The Spanish Armada.
65247: LEWIS, C.DAY: - Poems 1943-1947.
64713: LEWIS, DAVID L.: - Prisoners of Honour. The Dreyfus Affair.
70861: LEWIS, C.DAY: - Word Over All.
70370: LEWIS, F.WARBURTON: - Saul of Tarsus.
69653: LEWIS, CECIL: - An Autobiography. All My Yesterdays.
69170: LEWIS, JUNE: - The Cotswolds Life and Traditions. Foreword by Pam Ayres.
57488: LEWIS, NAOMI (ED): - The Silent Playmate. A Collection of Doll Stories.
74485: LIEBRECHT, HENRI; - Belgische Folklore Enkele Overleveringen En Gebruiken, Bwerkt Door Leo J. Kryn.
56006: LIETZ, LEONHARD: - Ein Jahrhundert Deutsche Manner. Ein Almanack auf das Jahr 1917.
76784: LIMB, SUE; CORDINGLEY, PATRICK; - Captain Oates: Soldier and Explorer
66177: LINDGREN, CHARLOTTE H. (ED): - The Love Poems and Letters of William Barnes and Julia Miles 1829-1827. Dorset Record Society, publication No.10.
75345: LINDLEY, JOHN; - An Introduction to the Natural System of Botany. Or a Systematic View of the Organisation, Natural Affinities, and Geographical Distribution of the whole Vegitable Kingdom; together with the uses of the most important species in medicine, arts, and rural and domestic Economy.
74687: LINDLEY, JOHN; - A Synopsis of British Flora. Arranged According to The Natural Orders; Containing Vasculares, or Flowering Plants.
70027: LINDLEY, E.S.: - Wotton Under Edge. Men and Affairs of a Cotswold Wool Town.
75125: LINDSAY, MAURICE; - The County Books. The Lowlands of Scotland. Edinburgh and The South.
69782: LINDSAY, J.SEYMOUR: - Iron and Brass Implements of the English House. Illustrated by the author. With an introduction by Ralph Edwards.
76799: LINDSAY, MARTIN: - Three Got Through Memoirs of an Arctic Explorer.
69426: LINDSAY, J.SEYMOUR: - An Anatomy of English Wrought Iron. 1000 to A.D.1800. With 58 pages text and 168 illustrations.
60832: LINDSAY, MAURICE: - The County Books. The Lowlands of Scotland. Glasgow and the North.
73967: LINDSEY, JUDGE BEN B. / EVANS, WAINWRIGHT: - The Revolt of Modern Youth.
50644: LINKLATER, ERIC: - The Raft and Socrates Asks Why. 2 Conversation.
77034: LINSSEN, E. F.; - Beetles of the British Isles. First Series AND Second Series. In Two Volumes.
72913: LINTON, SIR JAMES D.: - Constable’s Sketches in oil and water colours. Newnes Art Library.
75492: LISTER, RONALD; - Antique Firearms Their Care, Repair and Restoration.
77283: LITCHFIELD, FREDERICK: - Pottery and Porcelain. A Guide to Collectors. Fourth edition, new, completely revised and improved.
44949: LITCHFIELD, FREDERICK: - Illustrated History of Furniture. From the Ealiest to the Present Time.
52704: LITTLE, BRYAN: - English Historic Architecture
66460: LITTLE, BRYAN: - The Building of Bath 47-1947. An Architectural and Social Study.
70235: LITTLE, BRYAN: - Architecture in Norman Britain.
57185: LITTLE, BRYAN: - Portrait of Somerset.
65161: LITTLE, THOMAS (THOMAS MOORE): - The Poetical Works of the late Thomas Little esq.
74268: LITTLEJOHNS, J. - Landscape Sketching and Compostition
52597: LIVERSEDGE, JOAN - Everyday Life In The Roman Empire
76766: LIVERSIDGE, DOUGLAS: - White Horizon
75236: LLEWELLYN-JONES, ROSIE; - A Very Ingenious Man. Claude Martin in Early Colonial India.
67565: LLEWELLYN, RICHARD: - A Few Flowers for Shiner.
74838: LLOYD-OWEN, FRANCES; - Gold Nugget Charlie. A Narrative Compiled from the Notes of Charles E. Masson.
62206: LLOYD, SETON ET AL: - World Architecture. An Illustrated History. Introduction by H.R.Hitchcock.
70256: LOBEL, RICHARD / DAVIDSON, MARK, ET AL: - Standard Catalogue of English and UK Coins. 1066 to Date (1997). Coincraft’s 1997 Catalogue. Collecting hints, quick index charts, mintage figures. 150 new line drawings, 300 new photographs and thousands of price changes.
71282: LOBLEY, DOUGLAS: - Ships Through the Ages.
66758: LOCK, WALTER: - Oxford Memories.
76059: LOCK, HENRY OSMOND; - Collection of 24 Coloured Engravings from The Illustrated London News 1856-59.
75646: LOCKET, G. H.; MILLIDGE, A. F.; - British Spiders Two Volumes. With a Frontispiece and 142 & 254 figures in the text.
74879: LOCKHART, J.G.; SCOTT, WALTER; - Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. The “Chandos Classics.” A New Edition Condensed and Revised.
74804: LOCKHART, R. H. BRUCE; - Memoirs of a British Agent. Being an account of the author's early life in many lands and of his official mission to Moscow in 1918.
67559: LOCKHART, J.G.: - That Followed After.
54599: LOCKHART, J. G: - A Great Sea Mystery. The True Story of the “Mary Celeste”.
77164: LOCKWOOD, LUKE VINCENT; - Colonial Furniture in America
68802: LOCOCK, C.D.: - Modern Croquet Tactics. With an Introduction by Jarvis Kenrick.
73368: LODEWIJK, TOM: - The Book of Tulips. Edited by Ruth Buchan.
63997: LODGE, DAVID: - Small World. An Academic Romance.
77029: LODGE, GEORGE E: - Memoirs of an Artist Naturalist.
75516: LOEWENFELD, CLAIRE; - Fungi Britain’s Wild Larder
63981: LOFTHOUSE, JESSICA: - Lancashire’s Old Families. Illustrated by the author.
68651: LOFTHOUSE, JESSICA: - Portrait of Lancashire. Illustrated and with map.
75486: LOFTIE, W. J.; DADD, STEPHEN J.; - Landseer and Animal Painting in England. Vere Foster’s Watercolour Series. With reproductions of celebrated pictures by Geroge Morland, Landseer, Davis, Riviere and Walter Hunt. Practical Hints for Drawing and Painting animals by Stephen T. Dadd.
74953: LOMAS, JOHN; WIGRAM, EDGAR T.; HADDON, JOSEPH; - Spain. Black's Popular Series of Colour Books. Illustrated by Sir Edgar T. Wigram and Joseph Haddon.
69042: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Wreck Of The “Royal Adelaide” Steam-Ship.
69047: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Group of Divers At Westminster Bridge.
69050: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Sketches Of The Ship-Launch Disaster at Glasgow
69049: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Sketches Of The Tay Bridge Disaster, By Our Special Artists.
69048: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Divers Searching For The Dead.
69046: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Dragging The River Liffey, To Search For Daggers Used In The Murders.
69045: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Diving For Stolen Watches At Blackfriars Bridge.
69044: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Captain Paul Boyton Exhibiting His Swimming Apperatus In Cork Harbour.
69043: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Searching For The Assassins’ Knives In The Basin of The Canal Dock At Dublin.
69041: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Scene Of The Murder On New-Year’s Eve At Stoke Newington 1. Place where the body was drawn up the reservoir embankment, in Queen Elizabeth’s-walk. 2. Diving operations int the reservoir.
69040: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - The Wreck of The Eurydice: Divers Examining A Wreck By The Submarine Light
69039: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - The Iron Clipper-Ship Eastminster, Capsized In London Docks.
69038: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - The Tay Bridge Disaster: Steam Launches and Divers’ Barge Employed In Search.
69037: LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS ENGRAVING - Captain’s Boyton’s Voyage Across The Channel.
73017: LONG, HELEN: - Change Into Uniform. An Autobiography 1939-1946. Foreword by Angela, Countess of Limerick.
44989: LONGFELLOW, H. WADSWORTH: - Tales of a Wayside Inn.
71164: LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH: - The New England Tragedies.
56013: LONGFORD, ELIZABETH: - Louisa, Lady In Waiting. The personal diaries and albums of Louisa, Lady in Waiting to Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra.
55964: LONGFORD, ELIZABETH: - A Pilgrimage of Passion. The Life of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt.
68316: LONGMORE, SIR ARTHUR: - From Sea to Sky 1910 - 1945. By Sir Arthur Longmore, Air Chief Marshal.
76803: LOOMIS, CHAUNCEY C.; - Weird and Tragic Shores The Story of Charles Francis Hall, Explorer. SIGNED.
70552: LORCA, FEDERICO GARCIA: - Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter. In the original Spanish with the English Translation by A.L.Lloyd. In Spanish and English.
69519: LORCH, WALTER: - Snow travel and transport. The story of snowmobility in pictures.
66173: LORD SNOWDON / MORTIMER, JOHN (INTRO): - Snowdon Sittings 1979-1983.
61522: LORD HOME: - The Way the Wind Blows. An Autobiography by Lord Home.
73332: LORD LONGFORD: - Saints.
76632: LORD MACARTNEY. - An Embassy to China. Being the Journal kept by Lord Macartney during his Embassy to the Emperor Ch’ien-lung 1793-1794.
69150: LORD RADNOR: - The New Forest. Contributors; Juanita Casey, Edwin Cohen, Dr.Gordon J.Copley, H.L.Edlin, Oliver Hook, Juliette De Bairacli Levy, Brig.F.E.W.Venning, H.Widnell, W.R.Myers, Sir Berkeley Pigott.
68868: LORD, FRANCES / LORD, EMILY: - Mother’s Songs, Games and Stories. Frobel’s “Mutter und Kose-Lieder” Rendered in English. Containing the whole of the original illustrations, & the music, re-arranged for childrens voices, with pianoforte accompaniment. New and revised edition.
68852: LORD MONTAGU OF BEAULIEU: - More Equal than Others. The Changing Fortunes of the British and European Aristocracies. Foreword by Sir Iain Moncreiffe.
54667: LORD ROSEBERY: - Chatham. His Early Life and Connections.
74579: LOUDON, J.C.(ED.): - An Encyclopaedia of Gardening; Comprising the Theory and Practise of Horticulture, Floriculture, Arboriculture and Landscape Gardening; Including all the latest improvements; A general History of gardening in all Countries; And a statistical View of its Present State with Suggestions for its Future Progress in the British Isles. Illustrated by many Engravings on Wood, by Branston. New Edition. Edited by Mrs. Loudon.
74577: LOUDON, J.C.(ED.): - Encyclopaedia of Plants. Comprising the specific character, description, culture, history, application in the arts, and every other desirable particular respecting all the plants indigenous to, cultivated in, or introduced to Britain. New Edition, Correected to the Present Time.
60622: LOUIS WAIN - The Boy's Own Annual. Vol.14
76135: (LOUIS WAIN/ F.LYDON/ ETC.) - The Boy's Own Annual. Vol. 15. October 1st 1892 - September 30th 1893. Includes Christmas number for 1893.
68698: LOUSLEY, J.E.: - The Flora of the Isles of Scilly. With drawings by Barbara Everard.
52853: LOVE, A.E.H.: - Theoretical Mechanics, an Introductory Treatise on the Principles of Dynamics with and Numerous Examples
72871: LOVELL, MARY S.: - A Scandalous Life. Biography of Jane Digby.
76738: LOVETT, RICHARD: - Norwegian Pictures. Drawn with Pen and Pencil. Also a glance at Sweden and the Gotha Canal. With a Map and One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Illustrations from Sketches and Photogrpahs. Engraved by E. Whymper, R. & E. Taylor, Pearson and Others.
69498: LOWE, ROBSON: - The British Postage Stamp being the history of the nineteenth century postage stamp based on the collection presented to the Nation by Reginald M.Phillips of Brighton. Second edition.
68379: LOWES, JOHN LIVINGSTON: - The Road to Xanadu. A Study in the Ways of the Imagination.
73569: LOWNDES, MRS BELLOC: - Where Love and Friendship Dwelt.
73565: LOWNDES, MRS BELLOC: - A Passing World.
66333: LOWSLEY, MAJOR B.: - A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases.
75360: LUCAS, E. V.; DEXTER, WALTER; - A Wanderer in Paris. Sixteen Colour illustrations and Thirty Two Reproductions by Walter Dexter.
68390: LUCAS, LADDIE (ED): - Out of the Blue. The Role of Luck in Air Warfare 1917-1966. Illustrated by Michael Trim.
58820: LUCAS, JAMES: - War in the Desert. The Eighth Army at El Alamein.
72229: LUCAS, JAMES: - Germany’s Elite Panzer Force: Grossdeutschland.
71666: LUCAS, JAMES: - Hitler’s Enforcers. Leaders of the German War Machine 1939-1945.
72869: LUCIE-SMITH, EDWARD: - Art Today. From Abstract Expressionism to Superrealism. 385 illustrations in full colour.
73561: LUCKING, J.H.: - The Great Western at Weymouth. A Railway and Shipping History.
68632: LUCKING, J.H.: - The Great Western at Weymouth. A Railway and Shipping History.
76769: LUDLAM, HARRY; - Captain Scott The Full Story
64464: LUKOWIAK, KEN: - Marijuana Time. Join the Army, See the world, Meet interesting people and smoke all their dope.
77041: LUMMIS, CHARLES F.; - The Man Who Married The Moon And Other Pueblo Indian Folk-Stories.
69792: LUNDBLADH, JANNE (ED): - The Lore of Ships.
70758: LUNT, JAMES: - The Arab Legion. 1923 - 1957.
73221: LUPACK, ALAN: - Arthurian Literature and Legend. The Oxford Guide.
71303: LYALL, WILKES: - Tyneside Portraits. Studies in Art and Life.
59922: LYALL, SIR ALFRED C.: - Asiatic Studies. Religious and Social. First and Second Series.
55447: LYDGATE, JOHN: - Table Manners For Children. Stans puer ad mensam. With translation and introduction by Nicholas Orme and foreword by Lotte Hellinga. First printed in 1476 by William Caxton.
72010: LYDON, A.F.: - Scottish Loch Scenery Illustrated in a series of coloured plates from drawings by A.F.Lydon with descriptive notes by Thomas Croal.
75343: LYELL, D. D.; - Hunting Trips in Northern Rhodesia With accounts of sport and Travel in Nyasaland and Portuguese East Africa, and also notes on the Game Animals and their distribution. Illustrated with Photographs and Drawings.
73033: LYMAN, ROBERT: - Slim, Master of War. Burma and the Birth of Modern Warfare.
72219: LYON, HUGH: - The Encyclopedia of the World’s Warships. A technical directory of major fighting ships from 1900 to the present day. Author Hugh Lyon. Consultant Captain J.E.Moore R.N. Over 350 illustrations, many in colour. Four 8 page fold-outs.
74401: LYSONS, DANIEL, SAMUEL; - Magna Britannia. Volume the Sixth, Containing Devonshire. In Two Volumes. Being a Concise Topographical Account of the Several Counties of Great Britain. Parts I and II.
70009: LYTTON, SIR HENRY: - The Immortal Operas of Gilbert and Sullivan containing The Stories of the Plays and the Words and Music of Famous Numbers from each Opera. With an appreciation by Sir Henry Lytton. Published by Arrangement with Chappell and Co.Ltd. Four Volumes.
76825: M'NICHOL, REV. DONALD; - Remarks on Dr. Samuel Johnson's Journey to the Hebrides; With Observations on the Antiquities, Language, Genius, and Manners, of the Highlanders of Scotland.
75855: M. B. K. (MISS BRODERICK); - Sweet Emma. Or, The Cumberland Cottager. A Story Founded on Facts. “A Most Pleasing, Fascinating Tale.”
75711: M. A.; - A History of Ford Abbey, Dorsetshire; Late in the County of Devon.
75515: M’BAIN, J.; - The Merrick and the Neighbouring Hills Tramps by Hill, Stream, and Loch.
76043: M’CLINTOCK, CAPTAIN; - A Narrative of the Discovery of the Fate of Sir John Franklin and His Companions. With Maps and Illustrations. The Voyage of the ‘Fox’ in the Arctic Series.
66448: M.A.: - A History of Ford Abbey Dorsetshire, Late in the County of Devon.
50042: MABEY, RICHARD: - The Frampton Flora.
70774: MABEY, RICHARD: - The Common Ground . A place for nature in Britain's future?
69120: MABEY, RICHARD: - The Unofficial Countryside. Author of ‘Food for Free’.
52528: MACAULAY, DAVID - Underground.
74849: MACAULAY, LORD; - Biographies of Lord Macaulay. Twenty-Third Edition.
74596: MACAULAY, (LORD) THOMAS BABINGTON; - Lays of Ancient Rome. With Ivry, and The Armada. New Edition.
72722: MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON: - The History of England. From 1485 to 1685. Compiled and edited by Peter Rowland.
58459: MACCOLL, D.S.: - Confessions of a Keeper and Other Papers.
71868: MACCULLOCH, J.A.: - The Misty Isle of Skye. Its Scenery, its People, its Story. With an Introduction by Macleod of Macleod.
70977: MACCULLOCH, J.A.: - The Misty Isle of Skye. Its scenery, its people, its story. With introduction by the late Macleod of Macleod.
71929: MACDONALD, COLIN: - Highland Journey. Suil Air Ais.
62857: MACDONALD, GEORGE: - Fairy Tales. Edited by Greville MacDonald with title page and thirteen illustrations by Arthur Hughes.
55734: MACDONALD, ROSS: - Sleeping Beauty.
55030: MACDONALD, MALCOLM: - Borneo People.
58953: MACDONALD, CAPT.R.J.: - The History of the Dress of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. 1625 - 1897.
77221: MACFADZEAN, JAMES: - The Parallel Roads of Glenroy: Their Origin and Relation to the Glacial Period and The Deluge. Inscribed by the Author.
73550: MACGREGOR-HASTIE, ROY: - Never to be Taken Alive. A Biography of General Gordon. Signed copy.
70884: MACHIAVELLI, NICCOLO: - The Prince. Reprinted from the translation by Edward Dacres, published in 1640. With an introduction by W.E.C.Baynes. Limited edition.
70976: MACINTYRE, DUGALD: - Highland Naturalist Again. A gamekeeper’s observations and discoveries. With a foreword by Eric Parker. With illustrations.
71493: MACINTYRE, DONALD: - Wings of Neptune. The story of Naval Aviation.
71677: MACK, ROBERT ELLICE / BENNETT, HARRIETT M.: - All round the Clock. Lithographed and printed by Ernest Nister of Nuremberg.
72092: MACKARNESS, MRS.: - “Only a Little Primrose” Illustrated by WALTER CRANE.
74843: MACKAY, CHARLES; MILLAIS; GILBERT; FOSTER; - A Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry. Selected and arranged by Charles Mackay. Illustrated by J.E. Millais, Sir John Gilbert, and Birket Foster.
76563: MACKAY, CHARLES: - Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. Illustrated with Numerous Engravings. Two Volumes in One.
53833: MACKAY, D.N: - The Trial of Simon, Lord Lovat of the '45. Notable English Trials series.
77261: MACKELLAR, C. D.; - A Pleasure Pilgrim in South America. With Illustrations and Map.
75230: MACKENNAL, ALEXANDER; - Homes and Haunts of the Pilgrim Fathers. With Coloured Frontispiece and Ninety-three Illustrations from Original Drawings and Photographs by Charles Whymper.
75251: MACKENZIE, COMPTON: - On Moral Courage.
75437: MACKENZIE, COMPTON; - Thin Ice.
75258: MACKENZIE, D; - The Tribute. Tendered by Artists, Authors and Advertisers of the Empire on the Anniversary of His Majesty’s Recovery.
69949: MACKENZIE, WING COMMANDER K.W.: - Hurricane Combat. The Nine Lives of a Fighter Pilot. Foreword by Sir Denis Smallwood.
76827: MACKESSACK, R. J.; - A Clinical Treatise on Some Aspects of the Late Manifestations and Stigmata of Congenital Syphillis with Special Reference to the Teeth and the Physiognomy. Thesis for Degree.
71867: MACKIE, ALBERT: - Scottish Pageantry.
70782: MACKINDER, H.J: - Britain and the British Seas. With maps and diagrams. (The Regions of the World)
69083: MACKINNON, ALBERT G.: - Alma Roma. A Traveller’s Companion to Rome. With 32 full-page illustrations.
74087: MACKRELL, ALICE: - An Illustrated History of Fashion. 500 Years of Fashion Illustration.
72306: MACKSEY, KENNETH: - Tank Warfare. A History of Tanks in Battle.
75058: MACKWOKRTH-PRAED, C. W.; GRANT, CAPTAIN C. H. B.; - Birds of the Southern Third of Africa. African Handbook of Birds. Series Two. In Two Volumes.
62356: MACLAREN, ROBERTA: - Dorset. Walks for Motorists. Warne Gerrard Guides for Walkers.
51094: MACLEAN,ALISTAIR: - Bear Island.
56085: MACLEAN, ALISTAIR: - Bear Island.
72144: MACLEOD, ROBERT: - Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
69518: MACLEOD, ROBERT: - Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Architect and Artist.
68395: MACMILLAN, NORMAN: - Tales of Two Air Wars.
74275: MACNEICE, LOUIS - Meet The U.S. Army Prepared for The Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
73664: MACNICOL, EONA K.: - Lamp in the Night Wind. an account of the coming of St.Columba to Scotland in 563AD. Signed copy.
67871: MACPHERSON, REV.PETER SINCLAIR: - The story of a Dorset Parish Church and of the Royal Manor of Fordington St.George.
46127: MACQUEEN-POPE, W: - Nights of Gladness.
74434: MACQUOID, PERCY; EDWARDS, RALPH; - The Dictionary of English Furniture From the Middle Ages to the Late Georgian Period. With a General Introduction by H. Avray Tipping. Two Volumes.
72320: MADAME D’ARBLAY (FANNY BURNEY): - Diary and Letters of Madame D’Arblay. As edited by her niece Charlotte Barrett, Vol I 1778-1784. Vol II 1785-1788.
45919: MADARIAGA, S. DE. (ED.): - The Sacred Giraffe. Being the Second Volume of the Posthumous Works of Julio Arceval.
71115: MADDOX, HUGH: - Towards Integrity? Letters on life from Dorset to his friends and parishoners.
69219: MADELEINE GINSBURG - The Hat Trends and Traditions
67710: MADELIN, LOUIS: - The Consulate and the Empire 1789-1809. The National History of France. Translated from the French by E.F.Buckley.
69757: MADGE, TIM: - Royal Yachts of the World.
67178: MAGAN, WILLIAM: - Soldier of the Raj.
46415: MAGAZINE - - THE COSMOPOLITAN. Vol. 1. First Quarterly Volume. From November 1887 to January 1888.
57484: MAGNUS, PHILIP: - Kitchener. Portrait of an Imperialist.
73694: MAGRATH, J.R.: - The Queen's College. 1341-1877. Two volumes. 1341-1646, 1646-1877.
66452: MAHAN, CAPT.A.T.: - The Life of Nelson, The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain. Second edition, revised.
72141: MAHONY, BERTHA E. / LATIMER, LOUISE P. / FOLMSBEE, BEULAH (EDS): - Illustrators of Children’s Books. 1744-1945.
54204: MAILLART, E.K.: - Forbidden Journey - From Peking to Kashmir. Trans from French by Thomas McGreevy.
61962: MAINLAND, LESLIE G.: - True Zoo Stories. By Leslie G.Mainland, “L.G.M.” of “The Daily Mail”. Author of “Secrets of the Zoo”. Illustrations Specially Drawn by Harry Rountree.
71638: MAIS, S.P.B. / STEPHENSON, TOM (EDS): - Lovely Britain.
76407: MAITLAND, P.S. / CAMPBELL, R.N.: - Freshwater Fishes (75). (The New Naturalist).
69064: MAIURI, AMEDEO: - Pompeii. Guide-Books to the museums, galleries and monuments of Italy. 19 illustrations in the text and 112 plates. Fifteenth edition, enlarged and up to date.
66161: MALCOLM, NOEL: - The Origins of English Nonsense.
44031: MALINS, E.: - English Landscaping and Literature 1660-1840.
71215: MALLALIEU, H.L.: - The Dictionary of British Watercolour Artists up to 1920. Two volumes.
69637: MALLETT, PHILLIP V. / DRAPER, RONALD P. (EDS): - A Spacious Vision. Essays on Hardy.
68314: MALLORY, KEITH / OTTAR, ARVID: - Architecture of Aggression. A history of military architecture in North West Europe 1900-1945.
58478: MALRAUX, ANDRE: - The Metamorphosis of the Gods. Translated by Stuart Gilbert.
75024: MAN-FONG, LEE; - Paintings and Statues From The Collection of President Sukarno of the Republic of Indoinesia. In Five Volumes. With Slipcases.
74620: MANDEVILLE, B.; - Free Thoughts on Religion, The Church and National Happiness. The Second Edition. Revised Corrected and Enlarged with many additions by the author.
70260: MANKOWITZ, WOLF: - Wedgwood.
40563: MANKOWITZ, WOLF: - Wedgwood. Third edition.
66820: MANKOWITZ, WOLF: - Wedgwood.
67607: MANNERS, ERROL: - Ceramics Source Book. A Visual Guide to the World’s Great Ceramic Traditions. Foreword by Hugo Morley-Fletcher.
52243: MANNING, S. A - The Naturalist in South-East England: Kent, Surrey and Sussex
76737: MANNING, REV. S.: - Swiss Pictures. Drawn with Pen and Pencil. With Several Additional Illustrations by Edward Whymper, and A Map. New Edition. Revised and Partly Re-Written.
71732: MANNING, W.O.: - ‘Flight’ Handbook to Aeronautics. By W.O.Manning and the Technical Staff of ‘Flight’. 2nd edition completely revised and enlarged. Reprint.
57946: MANNING-SANDERS, RUTH: - The West of England.
76422: MANNING, REV. SAMUEL: - American Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil.
70303: MANNIX, DAN: - Memoirs of a Sword Swallower.
53254: MANO, D. KEITH: - Horn Signed first edition
75512: MANSEL-PLEYDELL, JOHN CLAVELL; - The Flora of Dorsetshire. Or A Catalogue of the Plants Found in the County of Dorset. with a Sketches of its Geology and Physical Geography.
74670: MANSEL-PLEYDELL, J.C.: - The Mollusca of Dorsetshire. (Marine, Estuarine, Freshwater, and Land) and The Brachiopoda. Signed copy.
77292: MANSEL-PLEYDELL, JOHN CLAVELL; - The Flora of Dorsetshire. Or A Catalogue of the Plants Found in the County of Dorset. With Sketches of its Geology and Physical Geography.
73779: MANSEL-PLEYDELL, J.C.: - The Birds of Dorsetshire. A contribution to the natural history of the county.
71155: MANSEL-PLEYDELL, J.C.: - The Mollusca of Dorsetshire. (Marine, Estuarine, Freshwater, and Land) and The Brachiopoda.
75261: MANSION, HORACE; ANDERSON, ANNIE; - Old French Nursery Songs Pictured by Annie Anderson.
76975: MANTELL, GIDEON ALGERNON; - The Wonders of Geology. Or, A Familiar Exposition of Geological Phenomena; Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures Delivered at Brighton. In Two Volumes. Third Edition.
70122: MANTON, E.LENNOX: - Roman North Africa.
54913: MANVELL, ROGER: - Ellen Terry.
76008: MANVILLE FENN, G; BROWN, GORDON; - Planter Jack, Or The Cinnamon Garden Illustrated by Gordon Browne.
75000: MAPLET, JOHN; DAVIES, W. H.; - A Greene Forest. Reprinted from the Edition of 1567. Or a naturall Historie, wherein may bee seene first the most sufferaigne Virtues in all the whole kinde of Stones & Mettals; Next of Plants, as of Herbes, Trees, and Shrubs, Lastly of Brute Beastes, Foules, Fishes, Creeping Wormes, and Serpents, and that Aplphabetically; so that a Table shall not neede. Introduction by W. H. Davies. Limited Edition.
75500: MARCH, EDGAR J.; - Sailing Trawlers The Story of the Deep-Sea Fishing with Long Line and Trawl. New Impression.
61606: MARETT, WARWICK PAUL (ED): - A Calendar of the Register of Henry Wakefield Bishop of Worcester 1375-95. Worcestershire historical Society, New Series, Volume 7.
69200: MARGUERITE DE BEAUMONT - The Wolf That Never Sleeps A Story of Baden-Powell
73216: MARITAIN, JACQUES: - Anti-Semitism.
61864: MARK, SIR ROBERT: - In the Office of Constable. An Autobiography.
72104: MARK R. PEATTIE - Sunburst The Rise of Japanese Naval Air Power 1909-1941
56587: MARK, JAN: - Fun With Mrs Thumb.
52476: MARKHAM, EDWARD R - Tool Making. A manual of Practical Instruction in the Art of Making Tools, with Many Hints on the Solution of Problems Calling for Ingenuity and Mechanical Skill in the Devising of Special Means to Special Ends.
72013: MARLITT, E.: - Das Geheimniss der alten Mamsell. (The Old Maid’s Secret). Roman von E.Marlitt. Vierte Auflage. Fourth edition. German Language.
76486: MARLOW, LOUIS; - Welsh Ambassadors. (Powys Lives and Letters).
75654: MARLOWE, CHRISTOPHER; MARNAU, FRED; - A Selection of Poems by Christopher Marlowe. Edited and Introduced by Fred Marnau.
70886: MARLOWE, CHRISTOPHER / CHAPMAN, GEORGE: - Hero and Leander. A poem begunne by Christopher Marlowe and finished by George Chapman. Limited edition.
54864: MARNHAM, PATRICK: - The Trail of Havoc: In the Steps of Lord Lucan.
70454: MARREN, PETER: - The New Naturalists. (The New Naturalist No. 82).
57259: MARRIOTT, SIR JOHN A.R.: - Queen Victoria and Her Ministers. The Victorian Era from a New Angle.
75054: MARROT, H. V.; - A Bibliography of the Works of John Galsworthy. SIGNED/ Inscribed by the Author.
48702: MARRYAT,CAPTAIN: - The Children of the New Forest. Illustrated by STAFFORD GOOD.
74644: MARRYAT, CAPTAIN: - Masterman Ready. Or, The Wreck of the Pacific. Written for Young People. Three Volumes.
63470: MARRYAT, CAPTAIN: - Poor Jack. With sixteen illustrations from drawings by Clarkson Stanfield.
75901: MARSDEN, KATE: - On Sledge and Horseback to Outcast Siberian Lepers. Illustrated from Photographs and Drawings.
72076: MARSDEN, MONICA: - Further Adventures of Sooty: With illustrations by Winifred Martin.
69107: MARSDEN, PETER: - The Roman Forum Site in London. Discoveries before 1985. Museum of London.
76997: MARSDEN, CHRISTOPHER; - Nottinghamshire. The County Books.
76018: MARSH, A. E. W. - A History of the Borough and Town of Calne. And Some Account of the Villages, Etc. In its Vicinity. Introduction by Rev. E. H. Goddard. And notes on the Architecture by Harold Brakspear. Illustrated by Mary F. May, etc. and from Photographs.
76989: MARSH, OTHNIEL CHARLES; - Odontornithes: A Monograph on the Extinct Toothed Birds of North America; With Thirty-Four Plates and Forty Woodcuts. Submitted to the Chief of Engineers and Published by Order of the Seceretary of War under Authority of Congress. United States Geological Exploration of the Fourth Parallel. Clarence King, Geologist in Charge.
75963: MARSH, EDWARD; NORWICH, JOHN JULIUS; MEREDITH, MICHAEL; - Eddie Marsh's Little Book Reproduced in Facsimile. Two Volumes in Slipcase. LTD ED.
71856: MARSH, DOROTHY (ED): - 66 Favourite Nursery Rhymes. Illustrated by Lottie Gorn. Selected and Edited by Dorothy marsh.
71238: MARSH, NGAIO: - Black Beech and Honeydew. An Autobiography by Ngaio Marsh.
76700: MARSHALL, MRS. A. B.: - Larger Cookery Book of Extra Recipes Dedicated by permission to H.R.H. Princess Christian.
74600: MARSHALL, LOGNAN, (ED.); - The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters. A Detailed and Accurate account of the most awful marine disaster in history, constructed from the real facts as obtained from those on board who survived. Only Authoritative Book. Including; Records, Descriptions, Development of Safety and Development of Shipbuilding, etc... Illustrated with Numerous authentic Photographs and Drawings.
75858: MARSHALL, WILLIAM; MURALTO, ONUPHRIO; - The Castle of Otranto. A Gothic Story. Translated by William Marshall, From the Original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, Canon of the Church of St. Nicholas at Otranto. A New Edition.
70765: MARSHALL, J.D.: - Portrait of Cumbria.
69911: MARSHALL, CHRIS (ED): - The Encyclopedia of Ships. The History and Specifications of over 1200 ships.
57481: MARSHALL, ARCHIBALD: - The Birdikin Family. From “Punch”. Illustrated by George Morrow.
53887: MARSHALL, ARCHIBALD: - Simple Stories. Pictures by George Morrow.
77181: MARTIN, R. MONTGOMERY; - The British Colonies; Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources. 6 Parts bound in 3 Volumes. Plus supplemental Division on Australia.
76836: MARTIN, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL H. G.; - The History of The Fifteenth Scottish Division 1939-1945 With Maps and Illustrations.
67234: MARTIN, W.KEBLE: - Over the Hills.
72097: MARTIN WINDROW AND GERRY EMBLETON - Military Dress of the Peninsular War 1808-1814
56995: MARTIN, SIMON: - The Other Titanic.
77023: MARTINEAU, HARRIET: - Feats of the Fjord With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham.
75072: MARTYR, WESTON; - THE VENTURESOME VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN VOSS. Second Edition. With an Introduction by Weston Martyr.
75131: MARWICK, HUGH: - The County Books. Orkney.
75381: MARWICK, JAMES D.; - The River Clyde and The Harbour of Glasgow.
69228: MARY E PHILLIPS - Tommy Tregennis
69210: MARY NORTON - The Borrowers ALOFT
44004: MASEFIELD, J: - Odtaa. A Novel.
73082: MASEFIELD, JOHN: - Selected Poems. Signed limited edition.
61257: MASEFIELD, JOHN: - Eggs and Baker. or The Days of Trial.
74439: MASON, JOHN H.; - Poems Poems By John H. Mason. R.D.I.
76771: MASON, THEODORE K.; - Two Against The Ice Admunsen and Ellsworth
67774: MASON, RICHARD: - The Shadow and the Peak. By the author of ‘The Wind Cannot Read.’
76507: MASPERO, SIR GASTON; - Egyptian Art. Studies. Translated by Elizabeth Lee. With 107 Illustrations.
65858: MASSEE, A.M.: - The Pests of Fruits and Hops. Plates by R.M.Greenslade. Foreword by J.C.F.Fryer.
65474: MASSINGHAM, H.J.: - Downland Man. With an introduction by Professor G.Elliot Smith.
52251: MASSINGHAM, H.J. - Birds of the Seashore; with Sixty-nine Drawings By J.Abbey, E.E.Clarke, and Eric Dalglish
76676: MASSINGHAM, H. J.: - The English Countryside. A Survey of its Chief Features. The Pilgrims’ Library.
62181: MASSINGHAM, BETTY: - Turn on the Fountains. The Life of Dean Hole.
61871: MASSON, MADELEINE (ED): - The Grand Salad. From John Evelyn’s Acetaria (1699). Pen drawings and water colour illustrations, Calligraphy and the present day salads, Joan Wolfenden.
66163: MASTERS, JOHN: - The Himalayan Concerto. A Novel of Adventure.
73122: MASTERS, SAMUEL: - A Discourse of Friendship, Preached at the Wiltshire-Feast, in St.Mary-le-Bow Church December 1st.1684. By Samuel Masters, Preacher to the Hospital and Precinct of Bridewell in London.
64288: MASTERS, BRIAN: - Killing for Company. The case of Dennis Nilsen. With a postscript by Anthony Storr.
64784: MASTERS, JOHN: - To the Coral Strand.
64802: MASTERS, JOHN: - The Venus of Konpara.
64813: MASTERS, JOHN: - Thunder at Sunset.
68171: MASTERS AND BOYS OF SHERBORNE SCHOOL: - A Guide to the Neighbourhood of Sherborne & Yeovil.
57437: MATE, CHAS.H. / RIDDLE, CHAS.: - Bournemouth 1810 - 1910 The Story Of A Modern Health And Pleasure Resort. Preface by His Grace The Duke of Argyll. Subscribers edition.
45359: MATE, WILIAM: - Then and Now. Or: Fifty Years Ago. Facts, Ancient and Modern, connected with the County of Dorset and the South-West of England. Contained in a Series of Letters. Reprinted from the "Poole & Bournemouth Herald".
56031: MATHER, BERKELEY: - The Terminators.
55739: MATHER, BERKELY: - Snowline.
72990: MATHEW, DAVID: - Acton. The Formative Years.
72989: MATHEW, DAVID: - The Social Structure in Caroline England. The Ford Lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in Michaelmas Term, 1945.
57277: MATHEWS, CANON & WHITEHEAD, JAMES F.: - History of Appleby.
76459: MATHIAS, ROLAND; POWYS, JOHN COWPER; - The Hollowed-Out Elder Stalk. John Cowper Powys as Poet.
52458: MATTHEW, W.P. - WOODWORK FOR BOYS A Junior teach Yourself Book.
58394: MATTHEWS, A.R.: - How to Catch Coarse Fish. Roach, Perch, Bream, Dace, Chub and Carp. (An Old Angler’s Hints and Wrinkles). One of the “Country Life” Booklets.
67511: MATTHEWS, REX: - A Porch at my Door.
68879: MATTHEWS, JANE: - Welcome Aboard. The Story of the Seamen’s Hospital Society and the Dreadnought.
74444: MATTINGLEY, K.V.; - Dentist On A Camel. Signed & Dedicated by the Author.
76621: MATTINGLY, G.: - The Defeat of the Spanish Armada. Introduction by J. H. Elliott. In Slipcase.
69481: MATTINGLY, HAROLD: - Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum. Volume IV, Antoninus Pius to Commodus. Catalogue of coins, appendix, addenda and corrigenda.
75851: MATURIN, CHARLES ROBERT; - Melmoth the Wanderer. A New Edition From the Original Text, With A Memoir and Bibliography of Maturin’s Works. In Three Volumes.

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